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m nic spot
SHdan ts of Briham
rSLg Hold Celebration in
mUX PIONEER DAYS
manis, in Song and
v, Recount Achieve-
Ints of 65 Years Ago.
( the very snes where their
prop-nitdr halted his little com
) jt followers nnd made camp prior
fending into the valley of the
Bait Lake sixty-five years rro,
Bt Mndnnts of Brigrham Young and
h0Uj HondH, numbering nearly 1000
, yesterday gathered in annual
W Cr at Little mountain, Ernifrra
'Inyon There, nlnng tha banks
OOffij ,flame flashing mountain stream
aj tho wouiH pilgrims stopped to
ar0stheir lagging oxen ani ,0 rest
clp. -Ivcb after tho long toil through
loeWuntairis, the party revived In
Igfl.jd storv and speech the mcm
tb grent pioneer leader and
IffM) 0nfc band.
' r the tr.-ei that line the stream
Car bps. dressed in bunting and
"lowers gathered from the hill
e tOC. tore ''""l e-ery one joined
formal picnic before the sched
you. en-gramme of the .afternoon was
ut7 k.n YiurArrr fo-irnts nnd others.
'BUCftjy the interesting spectacle and
koricul pignitianee. journeyed to
ZJjmDf oml rr.any of thnj wore the
V Erlg.ii Vnnn, CTT.'indsori of
n Young, was tho Bpoalcer of
I r. Eloquently ho told the story
other d:iv. siT.fv-Uve rears ago,
Bg up before (lie eyes of nis
StTz vivid picture of tho strug
ken, the patient men and women.
e to Grandfather.
is grandfather the speaker paid
rrring tribute, tvling him the best
Amerirnn colonizer, lie said
e;ham Totinp'n rellirlon was ex
D In creative effort. He mud's
s K08iel wonderfully dynamic
rork with nature nnd In the
laKo( muscular activity always
IV isslzcd Mtrli moral values. Tie
ndeil fh':' tl-.A vv..r)1 be used to
S best advantage morally and
iBCtually 111 religion was a
arlar. lit. .ill. '-a 11.- knew ho had
prk on, i.is own dFtlny with the
l forro Hi nature, and that upon
earth man muHt find his heaven
l&esTElief Known j
For All Sore Feet j
JfoUo w I n ? Is absolutely the Btirest
Pl-"1uckeBt r-nrr- known to silence for
t ulln.i i,; ; "I 'lssolv two table
Bs of Caloclde compound In a
W warm water Soak the feet 1n
kthls for full fifteen minute?,
vO . ' r ' ' h 1 tho
lB i 'ih- effort If ff:ill
.1 VN "ii. ir n'ul All FOreneB
IlpHfl goes Instantly; the fret fee
Eh Koud you could sine: for
f flj'iv Corns and callouses
M ftM 1 "' be peeled right off. It
flM"'Vp;i Immediate relief for
I sH-'"17, 1. irl- ewenty, smelly
!.jm '. c..'l!i!C i,-' t a t-veiity-B
jB live-' cnt box of Caloolde Is
4y H -"r;i(J t... be suf'k-Ient to cure
OM tin' vor.i feet It works
i BMmM through the pores and te-movf-s
the cause the
r nS Don't waste time on uncertain
3B Any dnifglst has Caloclde
at mP& U st..' k i l.r ran get It In a
c Hiirs from his wholesale hrutso. It
. tpatnt ru' dh-lne, nut Is an ethl-
V. 8. Co. Jm la the World.
. 400 & 1.210,000
- j World 1
J On Palatial Cruising-
, J. S. CLEVELAND
Leaving New York
i October 19, 1912
Leaving San Francisco
February 6, 1913
& k 13 DAYS IN JAPAN
j 18 DAYS IN INDIA
Mend Etrurdnns aoi Side Trlpi
Days $3" up g
iBaelnlln7 Alt Ticcemmnty 2
'TllPl,'i rTiil Anhore M
JPpttllinay. lintel. Shove Ki- H
Jrloriq, C'arrliiKc, Gnlilea,
I ALSO OPTIONAL TOURS
Bky Wc Srnd Ton Full M
Wast n.indolph V,t.. Chicago, III ,
fcBenton, p. S. T. A., Denver t
Mde By., Salt Lake City, Utah,
Let Me Send You
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U S S .
I Will Take Any Case of Catarrh, No
Matter How Chronic, or What Stage
It la In, and Prove, ENTIRELY
AT MY OWN EXPENSE, That
It Can Be Cured.
Curing Catarrh has been my btislnB
for yeara, and during; thin time over one
million people have come to me from all
over the land for treatment and advice.
My method Is orlarlnal. I cure the dis
ease by first curing: the cause. Thua my
combined treatment cures where all else
falls. I can demonstrate to you In Just
a few days' time that my method Is
quick, sure and complete, because It lids
the system of the poisonous germs that
cause catarrh Rend your name and ad
dress at once to 0. E. Gauss and he will
send you the treatment referred to Fill
OUt the coupon below.
This coupon Is good for a package
of GAUSS COMBINED CATARRH
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In name and address on dotted "lines
below, and mall to C. E GAUSS, 2flt)6
Main St , Marshall. Mich.
or his hell. To him, the earth waa a
part of heaven. Tt Is to he the
dwelling place of tho righteous In the
future apes. The kingdom of God Is
to come when the earth has been pre
pared for It through man's work and
Intellectual development. He looked
Into the future and foretold many of
the social conditions of the future.
Tie warned us to beware of social
evils and Immoral tendencies. He
told us to express our religion in
well-rounded action for the Individual
and the social xipllft. He was a firm
believer in man a divinity, and the
mission of Jesua Christ In all Its
Goapol of Action.
But he did not believe In a meelc
and una-saertlve gospel. He could
not tolerate the oriental' quietism
so characteristic of many modem
creeds His gospel was that Anglo
Saxon energy which 'Got Joy out of
struggle and conquest," He did not
believe that every man should attempt
to Hva the life of on Isaiah, a Bud
dha, a Jesus, but every man Is to do
his best and accept tho divine call
which he knows God haa made of
him. To him the Christian rtillglon
was the measuring rod of all thought
and aellvlty, not Intolerantly, not
dogmatically, but intellectually, mor
ally and sincerely. Ills religion
caused him to appreciate man, his
fallow mail: and to march onward
and upward with him to greater
heights In a knowledge of heaven
The Day's Programme.
'the programme as carried out was as
Artillery salute, three gnng (fired from
Hymn, "Come, Come. Te SalntB," by
the congregation, led by Professor C. J.
Prayer, Mtlando Pratt.
Oration, Levi Edgar Young.
Salute, one gun..
Music by the band.
Contralto solo, "The Flag Without a
Btaln," Mrs Dott McMillan Bolto.
Remarks, Governor "William Spry.
Salute, ono gun.
Music by tho band.
Soprano solo, Miss Hlma Young.
Remarks, Seymour B. Young,
dilute, ono gun.
Music by the band.
Solo and chorus, "Hard Times Como
Again No More," Miss Elma Young, con-gTf-tratlon
and the band.
Benediction, F R. Snow.
Salute, one gun.
Music by the band.
JAILED AFTER TWO
DAYS OF HIGH LIFE
CHICAGO, Jul v 80. Bepresentinp
himself to be B son of United States
Senator Guecrenheim of Colorado, Fred
IT. Lennox, 22 vcars old, a draughts
man from Buffrilo, N, Y., led the life
of a millionaire for two days at a fash
ionable ("'hu-aco hotel.
Lennox ranie to Chicago last Thurs
day and rejri.stered under the name of
O. Gnecenlieim. After heint in the
city a few hours he bought an automo
bile, applying a cheek in payment.
He employed a chauffeur and rode
about the boulevards and parks nutil
today when a representative of tho
company from which ho had purchased
the machine conferred with the mnn
aper of tho hotel and the young man
wns requested to settle his accounts
He failed to do so and his arrest fol
Cousin of Grant DIob.
SPOKANE, July 20 George W. Orant.
second OOUalD of General Ulysses S.
Grant, died at bis home hero today,
aged 7i His grandfather and General
Grant's grandfather were brothers,
DISCOMFORT AFTER MEALS
Feeling oppressed with a sensation of
stuffiness and iimling the food both to
distend and painfully han like a liavy
weigh) at the pit of tho stomach are
symptoms of indigestion. With thfse the
ufr.rers will often havo Constipation. In
ward l'lb.-H. Fullness of th Blood in thr
il-a:i. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea 1
Heartburn, Headache. Disgust of Food,
Gaseous Eructations, sinking or Flutter
ing of the Heart, Choking or suffocating
s.-n-atlt'iiK vi hen in a Ivlug posture, Dlzsl
1 ' " rising suddenly. Dots or Webs
I before the sight, Fever nd Dull Paln'in
th- Head, Deficiency of Persplratl-.n. Yel-lo-yiu-.-'s
.,f the Skin and Cs. Pain In the
Bide, Chest Limbs and Budden Flushes
j of TTtt A few doses of
wlU fres the system of all the above
named dlsordsra Purely Vegetable,
I 26 oentfl ;i box at OrugslstH. or i- mall.
RADWAY . CO.. 45 Lafayette St., N. Y,
Be Sure to Get "Radway a."
SHOPMEN TO APPEAL
Widow of Late Magnate Will
Be Asked to Help Settle
By International News Service.
CHICAGO, July 20. Upon a woman's
ehoiildern the shoulders of Mra. Alice
Hnrrlman. widow of E. H. Harrlman, the
"little giant" of the railroad world
rests the tremendous burden of ending
the long strike of the shopmen and op
eratives of the Illinois Central and other
An appeal to Mrs. Harrlman will be
taken by the officers of the Federation
of System Federations, composed of s-hor.-men
on forty-two of th lareewt and most
powerful western railroads. Arrange
ments are now being made to bave a
committee appointed to wait upon Mrs.
This appeal by the federation, repre
senting thousands of working men, re
calls the efforts made during the Ameri
can Railway Union strike in 1894 to bave
Mra Jane Lathrop Stanford, widow of
Iceland Stanford, one of the four big
owners of the Central and Southern Pa
cific systems, to use her Influence In end
ing the strike. That effort failed.
The men now arranging to appeal to
Mra. Harrlman believe that It will be
effective because of her close Interest In
railroad matters. She Is a large holder
of railway stocks and haa shown a keen
Interest in the practical management of
her late husband's affalra
The Federation of System Federations,
through Its chairman. O A. Wharton
has tried to obtain a conference with the
officials of the association of western
railroads to consider tho Illinois Central
and Harrlman lines strike.
Through correspondence exchanged be
twoen officials of these two organizations
It has been understood the officials re
fuse to Intercede.
The strike haa been In effect since Sep
tember 30, 1911. Nine unions are In
volved. Just what the arguments to be pre
sented to Mrs. Harrlmnn will bo has not
yet been decided. Whether the cases of
Sosslble suffering of the women and chll
ren of the employees or whetiier the ap
peal will be one of strict economic rela
tions, has not been made known.
"TERRIBLE TURK" IS
MURDERED FOR DEBT
By International News Service.
FAROO, N. D., July 20 Hassan Ab
dullah the "Terrible Turk," one-time
challenger of Frank Ootch for the heavy
weight wrestling championship of the
world, was murdrd at Oberon, N. D.,
today A Turk who gives the name of
Sevlllan Is being held on the charge of
For some time past Abdullah has been
In the employ of a carnival company
demonstrating his wrestling ability In
email towns and Tillages where his com
Abdullah, It is said, borrowed money
from Sevlllan recently and refused to
pay. Yesterday employees of the carni
val company say Sevlllan purchased a
revolver This morning Sevlllan and Ab
dullah met in a tent. Abdullah waa found
dead Three Turks witnessed the shoot
ing and are held as witnesses.
BY BRira PROTEST
Secretary of State Regards the
Questions Raised on Canal
Tolls Purely Academic.
By Interna tlonnl News Benrfos,
WASHINGTON', Julv 20. Mitchell
Innes, the- law otticer and cliaro d at
(aires of the British embassy at aujn-
iDton, conferred today with Counsel
lot Anderson of tho state department
OS the British protest against ireo tolls
to American Bhips.
Owine to the failure of the text of
the British protest to arrive before the
departure yesterdav of Secretary of j
State Knox for Valley Forge, Mr.
Knor had a conference with Mr, An
derson and put him in possession of j
the views of the state department.
Secretary of State Knox regards the
questions raised by Great Britain as .
ucadeinic. and it does not appear that J
the strength of tho British claim has
been increased by the synopsis of the !
missing document, which was cabled
here to Mr. Innes within the past
The mere fact that Mr. Knox left
town on the eve of the explosion of
the British thunder Is taken as an - i
surance that he knew tho length nnd
breadth of tlie British contentions and I
that he had alrefidy answered them.
The reply of the state department to
the British plea that Great. Britain gave 1
something of nlue to tho (Jmted States
when sho surrendered the Clnyton Bul
wer treaty is complete in the state
ment that Great Britain knew that if
she raised ob.iections tho United States
could have built a cana at much less
aXpenae via the Lake of Nicaragua
SAYS UNITED STATES
BKRIvIN, July 20 The Berlin Taffe
blntt publishes n lndlng article today
assailing Groat Britain for the conditions:
In the Putnmayo rubber district of Peru.
The newspaper demands that the United
Slnts Intervene! as the atrocities com
mitted against the Indian rubber collec
tors have created a situation which Is
variant to the Monroe doctrine under
which the TTnlted SlntR can bring pres
sure to bear on a South American re
public failing to observe the standards
of mornllty. Such a course, the Tage
blatt odds, would be far more praise
worthy than the protection of delinquent
debtors, osalnst creditors.
COLUMBUS, C, July 20 A resolution
providing for on ocean-to-occan relay
race, to be participated In by every mo
torcycle club in the United States, was
adopted by the Federation of American
Motorcyclists today. The tentative plans
provide for the carrying of a message
from New Tork to Uos Angeles and the
participation of more than 300 riders.
Professional riders disabled while rac
ing In competition probably will be pen
sioned by the federation.
Inter mountain News
i las cssa i
BODY OF SUICIOE
No One Has Arrived to
Take Charge of It.
Speela.1 to The Tribune.
PROVO. July 20. Where is Carl
Hampton? 1h a question that has both
ered the county officers here for the
last twenty-four hours He was ex
pected to arrive here from Cripple Creek,
Colo., July 17, for tho body of James
Malum, tho suicide, and up to 4 o'clock
today there was not a sign of Hampton
nor any information as to where he
was On July 17 a message was re
ceived by Sheriff Judd. addressed to Carl
Hampton from Cripple Creek In (.are of
tin- .sheriff, and slKneil Myra Hampton.
It Is said at the sheriff's office that Myra
Hampton was a sister of James Mahtvn.
Today another telegram was received by
Sheriff Juddi which reads
"Cripple Creek, Colo , Julv 20, W&,
"Carl Hampton. care George Judd
sheriff. Provo. Utah.
Can get no reply from Provo under
taker. Find out yourself what payment
down is necessary to bring him (James
Bfahan) back. Wire me C. O. D. if
you are there will send 500. Can ruls,
some more Had Jim nnv money? Get
(Signed) "MYRA HAMPTON'."
The body of Mahan was prepared and
ready for shipment more than forty-eight
hours ago. and the undertakers. Graham
ft Jones, are just as much In the dark
as to (he rl.-iiosltlon of the body now as
they were when it was received .it the
Graham & Jonc6 wired an answer to a
Cripple Creek undertaker yesterday as to
John Sharp, the man who was shot In
the abdomen by Mahan, is getting alone
nicely, and the attending phystleans re
port bis condition wry favorable for recovery,
LOAN COMPANY TO SETTLE-
General Attorney of Company so Informs
Those Who Have Claims.
Special to The Tribune
PROVO, July 80. County Attorney
Jucob Bvans is n receipt f a letter
from L.. n. Pilchard, an attorney repre
senting the Equitable Loan a Invostmuiil
company, whin needs as follows.
"I understand you have some claims
M'.-jiiriHt th,. Equitable and as i am over
here especially to adjust ail matters
for the company I would bo rerj glad
bsac From you as to what claim-:, etc . VOU
are holding, :io that 1 can mak arrange
ments for payment of same. I am gen
era at tornej for the companj wltli full
authority to settle Yours trulj
"Ll h. 0RIGHARD,
"Cars Pesry Hotel, Salt Lka cit-.."
Bome time ago, as a result of many
complaints ana an Investigation made
by County Attorney Bvans of Provo ami
County Attorney wltley of Siii Lake, J
U v;iit, the secretory of ths Equitable
company, w,ts arrested In Salt Lake foi
obtaining money by false representation
growing i :ii of his connection with the
company, Ths case bas not been brought
to trial, owing t6 s seeming wllllngni t on
ths part of ti mpauy to settle i lalm i
agalnat It. Mr. Evans is desirous thut
the persons holding claims against the
company havo an opportunity of present
ing their claims to the general attorney
Silver City to Celebrate.
Special to The Trlbune-
KUP.EKA, July 0. The people of Sil
ver City are hard at work preparing for
a big celebration Which will be held there
00 Pioneer day They havo invited the
residents of the other Tlntlc cities to par
ticipate In the sports and enjov the fun.
The programme v.li start ea'rlv in the
afternoon and will Include a baseball
game, automobile race; horse races, bi
cycle races, a rock drilling contest, a
"mucking" contest, races for men. wom
en and children, a ple-eatlng contest, la-
dips' riH 1 1 -fl rl vt n nnninct loHl.c' -
mei. nau-cinving contest, ladles race
open only to ladles wearing hobble skirts,
swimming and diving contests for bovs
from 8 to 18 years, a children's danco In
the afternoon, and perhaps a boxing
match and wrestling match. The dav's
programme will close with a grand ball
A fine programme will be rendered In
this city on July 24, Pioneer day, at the
Crescent theater A performance will be
given for all residents over 60 years of
ae, which will bo followed by a fine mu
sical and literary programme, inter
spersed with speeches by old residents of
Wives Seek Divorce.
.Special to The Tribune
PROVO, July 20. Two unhappy wives
petitioned the district, court today for
relief from the marriage vows, both on
the ground of failure to provide. Prances
E Pah asks ( be divorced from John
Charles Ball. Their marriage took place
at Provo, November 35, 1002; there are
three children y, 7 and 0 years old, re
spectively. Ruby rratt Rowley asks for a divorce
from Joseph f. Rowley. They were mar
ried in Salt Lake City September 14,
i!"s. and no mention Is made of any
1 awrence Rrlgcrs has appealed to the
district court fr,m a conl tlon in the
justice's court at American Pork on a
charge of violating the prohibition ordi
nances of that city. Brigga was .!!
vlcted of selling three bottles of beer to
T J Powell ana was nnsd b: the justice
or the peace $180 oi ISO days in the cits
Coraplel3S School Census.
special to The Tribune.
EEUREKA. July 20, John Ivsj complet
ed the baking ot the school census of ;
HSurska city Tbursdsj and his report
shows there are 1132 children of school
age. fo5 boys and 577 Kills, 1 10 of whom
attend the private scnools ot the city.
Forty-seven boys and forty-six girls doj
not attend school. Ths report shows an
Increase in th- school population of the
cltv but a decrease in non-attendance.'
Work on the nc bis" bool la pro
grenslne rapidly and will be ready for
oocupancj soon after ti.i opening of the i
Slain Man Buried.
Special to The Tribune.
SPANISH FORK. July 20. The body
of David Hutchinson, Jr., v.-ho was mur
dered at ESureks July 17. wut, brought
to Spanish Pork this morning and taken
to the Third wind meeting house where
very lroprossi tervlces were held. be
ginning ;l '-. ' m:c.j hulr. J -
rested by Weltei Briggs of the Fourth
ward, furnished the music.
David Hutchinson. i survived bj
B. Wife and (wo small children, both boys,
on,. 7 years of age and the other H
months. He also leaves a father n::.!
mother He was born at Lake Shore
June 10, 18S1.
Pastor Will Depart.
Special to The Tribune.
I'M KICK A. July 20. The Rev. ''hnrlcs ''
MoHarknees, for the past two years pas
tor 1 t the local naptlM ohurch, will
preach his farewell sermon in that edi-
Res Sunday morning, as he has been ap- I
pointed pastor-evangellsl of southern Me
vndSi with headquarters at Elko, .v.--.- i
Mr. McHarkneM and family wi'i leave :
next week for his new field of labor.
j Another Week of Piano Bargains I
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Mh Hegyiar Style and JgB I
Player-Pianos are included I
in this unusual Sale. sp
The values we are offering in this sale are &&m H
certainly sensational in view of what an or- r Bafr I
j dinary piano sale offers. We are selling the Mfjm l
j entire stock of the Idaho Music Co. really Tr-Sf I
below manufacturer's cost. J M 1 i H
Used Pianns $80 and up I
lew Pianes $160 and up 1 I
Some of the world's best makes are includ- IPTb H
ed and we allow 30 days free trial. Terms ielffiwi I
as low as $5.00 down and $5 a month. ( h
Better come in Monday and select your I
Consolidated Music Co. f3i I
j 13-15-17-19 East First South ill I
ATTACKED BY WOMEN
By International NVws Service.
LONDON", Julv SO. Premier Asq'.ilth
was forced to face two more attacks by
Buffragiats today one on his departure
from Dublin and another on his arrlvaj
here At the Cheater station. Dublin,
Jessie Murray and M.uy Gray, two BUf-
fraglsts, rushed ujj to the premier and
shouted "De warned In time."
Other men: who resetued the attack,
turned on the women and were handling
them roughly when a clergyman rescued
them. The police arrested the two women
On the arrlal of the prime minister's
train at Burton station tonight, another
woman attempted to attack Mr, Aaquitb,
but was prevented by the police.
How often have you vWi
paid the same bill twice wpf j:
because you had no re- Lij
This does not occur if 'i! t1- tfii
you pay by check, for a WSSi
check Is a receipt. fjmfimr
We have a convenient nfjjMa
pecket check book for MjjjlUjji'
our women customers. il' ,nill'
WALKER Si ! ;
11 II ' "
BANKERS :pf I
, Member Salt Lake Clear 5.iiJ)5 W
ins House Association. 'wSj
The Denver & Rio Graiida
Effective May 19 1912.
Provo. Ma nti, BlsrySTBas S:00 v m
Mldvale ard Bingham 7:43 a. m.
Denver. Chicago iiv; Kast . B:M a. m.
l ark City ;Q a. m
Ogden nnd inier mediate points, 10:85 a. rn
Ogfien. San Francisco. Portland 12.40 p. m
Oden. San Francisco. Portland 2:45 p. m.
Midvale and Bingham 2 45 p. m.
Denver Chics tro and East b 20 p m
Provo SprlnRvTle Tlntlc .... 4:.1(1 p. m
Denver. Chl.-:i-o and Kast .... 7 :!'" p. nx
Ogden. Portlsnd and Sr-:,tti ..U:iu y. ru.
"pjicv rrsnclsco Lui
Awci!A a. m,
Tlntic. vi rln.r. 'iie. Provo 10.21 to.
Blnghsm snd Mldvale 10 30 a. m.
Denver, Chicago and En at 12:25 p. rn.
Ocdpn nni Intermedin ts points 2:in p. rn.
Denver Chlcajro and East 2:30 p. m.
0;ln. Sun FVanclxi 1 - "I VaSt 4.35 y. in.
Pa.'k citv oiui Intermediate
points r. 00 r m
Bingham mi Mldvale -rift p. m. I
Provo. Ment1 Msrysvsle ... fi SO n. na 1
Orrten. Sri Prsnclsra Pnrtlsnd 8:M p tn. j
Denver C ' " irit '-s; iu. -
Phone. Waiatcn 2526.
Stock Food Co. 3
IS7J WEST SOUTH TEMPLE.
M nufsol irera of I oesdlt Disinfect- 1
ant and 'He following challenge prep- 1
aratlona: L4cs Killer, Stock Pood, B
Condition Powders. J'" Itry T.nii-. R
Eiopf i T' tslng Ointment, Black Unl- l!i
challenge t)! world re purity
"Meet Me In The Rex Foyer."
Are You Going to
Yellowstone as a
Guest of the Rex?
TWO REELS. TWO REELS.
Caught in a
COMING: Florence Lawrence In the
oreat Victor picture "In Swift
The Finest Olive Oil
We import dlrecl rr..;n sunny
Itnh thf ery best and ; '.r.'si
brsnda of olive v.l end full line
W sell 1 quart can olive oil .85c
Half QSl. can o'lve oil ........ $1 .65 I
One gal. can olive oil $3.?5
Ons quart Lottie olive oil ... . 90c
One pint Lottie olive oil 50c
Half p'nt bottle olive oil 30c
A.NSELMO t PAGANO
35 West Second South.
Opposite Saltair Depot.
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