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Saturday here, and more boys to be clothed. You'll find us pre
pared to do our share of it with the BIGGEST and BEST line
- we ever had; BETTER, too, than EVERYBODY ELSE'S
- BEST. The more you look around at the meager assortments
shown elsewhere the more you'll appreciate OURS. One EN
TIRE FLOOR devoted to Children's,ftlothingr, and not an un
desirable or inferior garment in the whole stock. f Prices
' range for ;
Short Pants Suits - - -Long
Children's Overcoats - - -Boys'
Overcoats - -nr,
Boys' Shoes - - - - i.
Boys' Hats - - - -,- -r
.'$2.50 to $18.
!$7.50 to $25.
$4.oato $ 1 5.
.,.$1.40 to $3.
, 50c and up.
Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery 'and all other furnishings
in only the most reliable grades at less than any one else in
t town sells same quality. "" "
Robinson, Chery & Qo.
; I2TH AND F STS.'rilte
or j'ou could not hold your stand
ing and position in the community. Why,
then, should 3'ou wonder that we are will
ing to give you credit in proportion to
your means and wants (which means
"reasonable" Credit) onFurniture.House
furnishings and Clothing? Why, indeed?
Merchants buy on credit the mer
cantile world would collapse like a house
of cards without credit. Credit means
confidence we have confidence in you.
We invite you to come at once aud fit yourself out
f . your house out with Furniture and Carpets, House
1 -.rnishings and the rest fit .yourself and your fam
1 13" out with Clothing, Cloaks, "Wraps. Our clothing
: tock is brand new, and the goods are of the most
fashionable makes Also Blankets, Lace Curtains
Pay us a little down the balance- to suit yourself
and we will deliver the goods you order the same day.
Bee tho largo advertisement In Monday's Times.
MAYER & PETTIT,
415 SEVENTH- STREET N. W.
We will place on sale,
Monday morning, 100 of
i . Chairs,
Upholstered in Silk Dam
ask, Silk Brocatelle and
Silk Tapestry. Worth $5.
Special Price, Mon
. day, $3.35. Come
early in the day if
you wish one.
in clothing, such as are not
J f A.A
This Men's Ho-
fnt Clay Worsted
uit made of best
In style and finish
a most artistic
Snlts In All-wool
elegant stripes and
fitting tho latest ( nn
cut-good doth.... 3."U
This Boy's Salt Is the
wonder of the 19th cen
tury. It is made right
in our own factory of tho
Tery best material
careful workmanship and
fery complete In all
linings and trim (ff ap
mlngs. Only 4M.D&
Furniture and Carpet Co.
- Hevlvnls at JJnmllne.
Fror. Miller and D. W. Potter, Chicago
evangelists, who trill to-niorrow night
begin a series ot meetings In Hamllne
II. E. Church, will at 8 o'clock this even
ing be given a public reception, during
which the future plans will be announced.
A c4ioirof 100 voices has been selected, and
will be under the direction ot Prof. Miller.
Mr. Potter's religious labors have been
confined to the West, and bis teachings
re based purine. successful conjoining of
fco-taess and religion.- .-
3- " ' tr1 'jpr
Hats In this
fall s styles.
H. FfilEDLANDER & BRO.,
Ninth & ESts. N. W.
TERRELL IS ACTIVE.
Demanded Protection of Missionaries
the following cable from 'United States
.Minister Terrell, dated at Tberapln, a
suburb of Constantinople:
"There has been tranquility for the last
forty-eight hours. Klamll Pasha was ap
pointed grand Vizier. Dreading the ln
jnuence of recent events in distant provinces
I have renewed my demand for efficient
protection of missionaries."
" Archbishop Corrlgnn's Trip.
.Archbishop Corrlgan, ot New York, who
has been in Washington attending the meet
ilDg.ot'the archbishops and the sessions of
the EucharlstlcOongress, has gone to Mexico
to -attend tb.e dedication ot a cathedral In
honor of the Vlrglnof Guadeloupeatthe lat
ter" place. Archbishop" Chapelle, of Santa
Fe, will also attend. Archbishop Corrlgan
will stop over a day or two In New Orleans.
Dropped Deaden Ilia Steps.
"This mornlnir about '10 o'clock; Butler
Slater, an old colored man living at Bennlng
Station, D. C, dropped dead on his own
doorstep. Slater bad been feeling ill for
some timeWe coroner wlU lovestlcate
dM-qrwf or nw.-y
HER FEET IRE TO BLIME
Street Danseuse Mary Hall Gets
a Reform Scluol Term.
LIGHT SATURDAY DOOKET
Austin Bankit' PJen Failed to Touch
Ills Honor and He Went Down,
l'llglitotii Vttcrau's Housekeeper.
Street Cur Jumiilni; Lad Fined for
As the week grows older the vanloads
to the police court grow weaker, and this
morning brought with It only fourteen all
told, seeking Justice at Judge "Kimball
and Judge Miller's sbrlne.
For the docket downstairs the gathering
was quite a distinguished one, the whole
crowd having the appearance of a class
of people above the usual aomgo that
lines up day by day before his honor.
There were three well-dressed white men,
an ex-officer and a vcttraur three women,
and one of these was a white girl of mat
appearance. The balance were colored
men and bojs of more or less good looks,
and the llrst of these, who was called
Edward Howard, said be was guilt) of
loud and. boisterous talking on Ninth
street, and went down for fifteen days
without raising a question.
James Ualley, a small boy, paid $1 for
a stmt-car ride. James had been steal
ing a ride on the back platform, keeping
his I'jeiin the conductor, but not thinking
of the blue-coateJ guardian of the paci
who was keeping his eye on him.
HIS STORr DID NOT GO.
James declared that he had asked the
conductor for a ride, anl the "punch
brother" .had given his perml-slon, but
the Judge did not take any stock in thai
storj. and fined him $1, iu default of
which he went down for three dajs.
A man, who ought to have knunu better,
according to bis own story, pleaded guilty
to being drunk and disorder!). Austin
llanks was his name, and lie begged the
court to let him pay $1 of his fine of $5
and trust him for the rest.
He said lie had a good reason for asking
leniency, as his wire was quite sick and
it was a ery unfortunate thing for him to
be arrested just at this time.
"Ob, It's alwajs a bad time to bo
arrested," said bis honor; "I nevir knew
or heard of a time that was quite op
portune." "Well, )ou won't truM. me;"
"No," said the court, and Austin walked
back to nurse his disappolnlinenu
One of the colored "ladles" then came
up charged with disorderly conduct In
some alley In the southeast. -
Offler Hanze said she was fighting with
aco'ored manandmiklugaloud nnlscatid
using profane language. He arrested her
and the man got av. ay.
MERELY AN ARGUMENT.
On the stand this morning Annie told
the Judgo that she was simply having a
few -words with her father, who Is quite
deaf, and that the officer came up and
smacked her in the face.
"I don't see how I could have done that,
sir, when I had my billy In ono band and
I bad hold of theman with Uie other," said
the officer, doubtfully.
"Take her bonds," said the Judge.
Some over anxious "buttons" then
brought in Mary fcmith, a white woman
with three children, the eldest twelve
years ot age, who lives Tilth her uncle, an
old, one legged eleran, and keeps house
Mr. Carrlngton appeared for ber and
proved to hU honor In a very few minutes
that Mrs. Smith was not a vagrant.
The old soldier testified that he had sup
ported her and her children. In return for
which she kept house for him, did his cook
ing, sewing and washing.
"The only trouble, I think, your honor,
Is that she has been out too late at night."
said Mr. Carrincton, "and If this displeases
the officer on that beat I think we can per
suade her to stay home."
"1 don't want to send this woman down,
but will take her bonds," said the Judge,
and the family marched out.
Memories of the World's Fair and the
Midway Plnisance, street pianos, and
Kulchi Kutchl dancers were then refresh
ened by the appearance of Mary Hall, a
well known small girl In very short clothes,
who said she was thirteen and looked
eighteen. Mary can be seen any night be
tween S nnd 12 o'clock on Pennsylvania
avenue, dancing to the music of the street
MART HAS FRIENDS.
Mary Is not only light-footed, but very
fleet-footed. She has evaded the detectives
and officers for two months. Mary also
stands in with the bootblacks and when
dancing her friends are on the lookout nnd
whon an officer appears they give the
whistlo and Mary runs, and could never
Mary Is a high kicker aud shealways cre
ated quite a sensation and a spectacle
not fit for the open street.
Detectives Lacy and Hartigan testified
to her "shameful behavior." The"Sbadow"
had a grudge against her anyhow, for he
had run himself out of wind several times
trying to catch her. and she would always
disappear around some corner, grinning,
with her thumb to her nose and her fingers
Mary appeared "tripping" and smiling,
and answered the Judge's questions in a
way that showed she was enjoying the sit
nation very much.
As she is fit only for the reform school
his honor ordered her sent there, and the
danseuse gracefully glided back into ob
livion. TWO RIVAL CAFES.
Annie Eooncy, George Washington and
Lucy Jackson, with a score of friends and
other witnesses, called on Judge Miller this
morning to referee a tight
Annie Kooney Is an Irish woman about
60 years old and George a colored man
about 50. Annie and George have been
living together for "twinty" years. Some
time ago George and Annie opened up an
eating bouse in South Washington and
bung out a sign calling their cafe the
They did a land-office business, and Lucy
Jackson, a neat-looking colored woman,
who lived next door and bad a great head
for business and a knack of accepting prof
fered opportunities, fitted up her lower
floor an a dining-room andbung out a sign,
"The Great Atlantic."
From the day of the appearance of the
Great Atlantic, the business of the Little
Pacific began to fall off, and so did the
warmth of the friendship of thepropnetors.
The bad feeling came to a crisis yesterday f
when Lucy Jackson, who-bad rushed down
stairs with very few clothes on to open np
the shop and bang out the sign of the Great
Atlnttc before the Little Paadfic could
started in business.
"Little Pacific" was on band, however,
in the person of George Washington, and
Lucy and b e bad a few words, which wound,
np with the irate "Atlantlo" making a
pass at the quiet "Pacific. "
Lucy , G corgc, and Annie Rooncy, wltb the
assistance of Lawyer Hewlett, managed
to mix things up In such a mannertbat his
honor called It a draw, and dismissed the
Alexandria County's Needs.
A special meeting of the Citizens' League
of Alexandria County will be held at the res
idence of Mr. Pennywit, Carllns Springs, on
Monday next, at 7:30 p. m. Borne matters
of importance relating to the Improve
ment of the roads and the building of a
court bouse within the county proper, win
be brought up at this meeting and a com
mittee will be appointed to appear before
the board of supervisors to present the
views ot the league on thess matters.
Capt. Bassett'a Condition.
Capt. Isaac Basaett, the venerable assist
ant doorkeeper of tbe Senate, passed a very
comrortaDie nignt ana is restinc easier to-
JJvaUITBeribo, .-ryiSn " '
oa mil Children's Bpringheel Shoes
In blacks and
tans light and
heavy for fair
long and strong
wear o very
pair built to last
to giro satis
faction all at 10
per cent oft
DALTON MK)E CO S splendid
Wladles'Shoeaws are still selling
(to Introduce) at
And then tho JEXNESSJHLLER
HIM MostICIetult 8torsin Washington,
H939 Pennsylvania Ave. )
THINKING OYER A BEER TAX
Carlisle Said to Be Gathering Data
for Its' Recommendation.
Other Sources ot Itevenne to Be Sug
gested In ,HI .Report, Now
If you are. we can help you In
the mitterofuotningand under
wear; wo harp some extra good
bargains ust notr in Men's aud
Children s bults.
GARNER & CO..
N. E. Cor. 7th and H N. W.
It Is understood at the Treasury Depart
ment that Secretary Carlisle is already
gathering data, for his annual report and
recommendations to Congriss.
lie has been doing a good deal of figur
ing with the Commissioner of Internal
Ket cnue in an ilfort to devise some means
of increasing the Government receipts
Those who claim lo know Mr. Carlisle
assert that one of his first recommeudations
will be tbe imposition of SI additional
tax per barrel on beer. This he will recom
mend as being tbe quickest and slmphit
method of raining the needed revenue.
It Is believed that the brewers through
out the country have received an Intimation
of tbe Secretary's proposed action, and
they are determined, if possible, to defeat
his recommendation In Congress. There
Is no great promise that their efforts
Will be mcee.i3ful. They will have to work
ujion a Republican House, which is under
no great obligation to listen to their plead-
Tbe brewers, moreover, are taking a
course in New York that is not calculated
to enlist Hcpublican sympathy in Congress
On account of the stand the Republican
party has taken In New York on the excise
law the brewers are uudirstood to be op
loslug many New York Congressmen to
whom they, would apply for reliif iliouM
tbe proposition to put an additional tax
on beer come before the House.
$1 per barrel on beer would result In rais
ing $32,000,000 revenue annually. This
would go some way toward filling the bole
now In tbe Treasury. There is a disposition
on tbe ran of tome Republicans to pass
a revenue measure of this sort, whllo others
are of the opinion that customs duties
should be increased on many articles
There will doubtless be a proposition to
iclmiiosc tbe duty on wool.
FIFTY CENTS A MOTTLE.
Tlint'H What It Ciwls to ItcuKu Ilcgl
tered Itoceptuclew for lleer.
EdwnrdC. Jlunik, who keeps a confection
ery store and beer bottling establitbment
at 02 J Ninth street northwest, was charged
this morning In Judge Ulller's eourt by the
Bottlers' l'rotcttle Amoildtion with fill
ing registered bottles with beer.
Reprii-eiitatikcs or the auoilatlon testi
fied to haWug bojglitsceraU-ases of beer
of lir. 11 j ik k, and di.scovi.rcd thai the lot
tles were all marked as belonging to mem
bers of the association.
A few daja ago a i-ommittce called uiwn
him and asked to go through his establish
ment and found 147 bottles of different
register. The 147 bottles represeutl seven
different establishments of the city, and
representatives of each firm were In court
to testify against Mr. Muncfc.
Mr. Munck explained that they were re
turned to blm by customers In place of his
own, and he had thought, under thoe cir
cumstances, that he was not violating the
Judge Miller said he was very sorry to
haveto impose a fine upon him, butthe law
was very plain and fined hlra fifty tvnu
a bottle, making a total or $73 50, which
Mr. Munck pa id.
HE OPENED A T11U.NK.
NEXT TO JEFFEI1SON.
Portrnlt of tin Lato Secretary Greb
u m Hunicat the-Department.
An oil portrait of the late Secretary
Gresham. painted by Artist Frank Y Peb
bles, of Chicago, was hung in the diplomatic
room of the State Department this morning.
The portrait Is lire size and represents the
late Secretary silting mills favorite chair
at one corner of the table over which diplo
matic conferences taka place.
The picture has been given a prominent
place on the southern wall, in nu excellent
light, lwtween those or Secretaries Jeffer
son and Seward.
William Gant Glien Six Month for
Yielding to Temptation.
In Judge Miller's court this morning ap
peared William Gant, a light colored and
light fingered young man. who was work
ing for Mr. Frederick II. Burr, at No. 327
C street southwest.
He was arrested last night by Officer.
Fltton-on a warrant sworn out by Mr
Burr, fiintliad bevn putting down carpets
and doing other chores alKjut thehouso all
day. In a trunk in one of tl.e rooms was
a trunk with '(J in it.
A f tcr t he ma n had left I he house Mrs Burr
dltcoM red Hint the hiuges of the trunk had
Good For You!
Agreeable to Usl
The qjqvl8 kep. COMING they can't resist
our "profit sharing: prices." We are going to
make to-day the greatest day for shoe buy
ing thatven OUR busy stores have ever known.
We have conquered the advanced price In
' leatherHSy 'selling shoes at HALF usual profits
selling two pairs where we sold ONE before.
It's a saving to YOU-and equally as profitable
.to us. Our new Fail and Winter Stocks have
never been "equalled" in Washington for style
comfort "anclgrJuraTbility. We are selling better
shoes to-iday"than ever'before and in many in
stances'prlde's are even LOWER than before the
advance in leather. -
To-day's Shoe Feast;
Genuine Caseo Calf SJioes ,
Laces or (Jailers half dozon
different styles S values. CI Cfl
Our Price $ 1 ,0U
Calf and Kip Boots In double
and triple soles excellent S3ff O Cfl
values. Our Trice $.Jjl
Our famoui "Gem" Shoo
strictly fcand-eeired our Call, -,
Cork Solo fchoes our Htorm
Calf Shoes also French Euam
ol and Patent LeaUior fchots TQ flfl
. egular prl.e, (i . UuEl'rlce..0.UU
Good Stout School or Dress
Slices lor boys and girls of all
ages soft, LOinlortaLlo leather I f f
good fl.fi values. Our I rice.. J) ,UU
Calf fchoes for girls lacei or
button &t LOvj a pair under
preTaillng prices. ( i
vuxiiu.no - jt ; ta
Our Great "IdeaT Shoes In
TCangaroo Calf, or "IdsaT
u laze a ua a uinoreni sines
of heal or spring heel lace orff I Tfl
button f-' values. Our Price...) a 3U
'-Oar Own" Uand-made Tan
r Welted bole tine Vlcl Kid
Shoes 6 different snaDes In
button and lace regular price, ff! rn
VJ. uurrrice. 4?UU
Several entirely now styles In
Tan Morin Calf frfcoes laced
corK soles Rid and cloth tups
equal to the finest custom
work regular fl values. CO flfl
Our lrlce 3U.UU
Cork 8oIe Shoes the great
health protectors nobby and
durable. Children s sizes
Misses and Youths
nrA n&eful souvenir
and child to-day.
to every lady
50c quality Blaclv Wool Kersey Otcrgaltcrs for Men and Women.
of Your Small Ad.
been remoM and upon Investigation found
the money jne.
Tlic hinges ind clasp had e idently been
remo tl with the lack hammer. Gant is an
old timer and the judge recognized him, and
when Gant told Us honor that Mm. Burr
was In and out of that room where the
trunk was every three minutes and that
"noticxly could 'a taken dat lid off In dat
time." his honor bell ed him to the extent
of six months in jail.
Anbury Clinrcta Axfwult.
The case of the seven boys of Asbury
Churcli, arrested for assaulting Robert Bev
erly recently, was brought to a close yes
terday In the police cojrt. The boys were
TnomasBcnson, William H. Bradford, Frank
James Stewart and Edward Spriggs. Ben
sou,Bradford and White wcrcaequltted and
the remaining Tour were convicted and re
manded for sentence.
930-932 Seventh St. N. W. 1914-1916 Penna. Ave.
N. W. 233 Penna. Ave. S. E.
ENTERTAINED A.T CALVABY.
DIMrlct Union nnd Ot tiers Enjoy the
HoMiiltulity of tlic C. E. Society.
The reception tendered the DlKtrlct
Christian Endeaor Union, the presidents of
the different societies, and the'pastors of
all ttie Protestant churches in the city at
the Calvary Baptist Church lat evening
by the Christian Endeavor Bocitty of that
church was largely attended and the oc
casion proved one of the most enjoyable
social events of the season.
Miss Anna J, Bell, president of tbe Cal
vary society, acted as master of ceremonies
and after dclUtring u few remarks of wel
come to the lltlng societies and tjielr
officers, introduced Mr. Miles M. Shane1,
president of the District union, who made
an Interesting address aboutf the union
and its workers.
A musical and literary 'entertainment fol
lowed, after which Dr. Green, after ek
ter expressing his thanks for the warm re
ception, delivered a brief address on the
work of the Christian EndeaTor Union.
An elaborate supper served on the lower
floor of the church concluded the evening's
" Comrade Wilson, of John F. Reynolds
Post, No. 6, Q. A. R..- lectured before thatr-f
post last night on "Visits to Southern Bat
tlefields." A large audience attended, and
the department commander, staff andjjost
commanders were present.
We cin furnish a home
cheaper now than we ever can
again Our present prices
.'.; don't stind on any value or
L..S. Prc&t basis. Cos? Is blotted
,!,. out of memory Speedy sll-.-.
fne is all we are after to
cleir these stores before the
new one is ready for us. Yoa
save what we lose and save
. n everything Furniture
ur v.tttiw jttiiiuK3 icapones
-Vr-UfOI h tores, etc
Vi ill yoa or won't yoa?
Honse & Herrmann,
919.021. 933 7th at- I
C3G Mass. Ac
Best Granulated Sugar 4
ALL GROCERIES REDUCED.
MAKE UP YOUR ORDERS FROM THISLLST.
New Books. -Bring Your Premium, and Library Cards to be Redeemed.
Box of GO good cigars 66c
White Wine Vinegar 17c
California Pears icci
Calif ornla Peaches dc
Evaporated Cream, can irc
J 11 Baking Powder. 1 lb. tins. 20c
Blu'Hcii Matches, dozen 14c
Ground Cor&e-nerlb irc
Brooked Herring, box lBo
Irapnrledhnrtliiies large. wlthkey.. .. 18c
rrelzelette-i. lb (Tom Thumb) .... 16c
hirloiu Slealc ICC
Witch Hazel, pint bottle irc
1-32 bblKoyul Family Flour 15c
l-32bbl EleclrlcLlghtFlour lEo
Imnnrled Sardines In tomato uiuce.
per cau lnc
Eagle Brand Condensed Milt ISc
Lobster, tall cans 17c
CidPr Vinegar, irallon.. 1
Wilbur's Chocolate, cake 18c
Porterhouse .steak" 18o
French linking Powder. 1-2 lb cans.. 18c
IjeaA I'errinsWnrccstcrshircBauce.. 5c
Columbia boups Julienne. Consam
me. Mullicatawnv. Chicken. To
mato large cans, each 25c
Durkee's balad Dressing, Lottie.. .. 23c
Best Elgin Butter, lb 28c
uunliar's Baratarla Shrimps, large.. Zoc
Java Haxored Coffee 25c
Ohio Maple Syrup, per can 35c
Col burn's Curry Powder, bottle.. .. 25c
Henderson's Birch Phosnbate. bottlo
Cleveland Baking Powder, 1 lb 45c
Golden Drip Syrup 45c
61b nails Cottulene 48c
Horseshoe Chewing Tobacco, lb.. .. 50c
o-iu nails .Lard (best) boo
Fancy Mixed Tea .. 00c
Graicly 4 ply Chewing Tobacco.. .. 60o
Choice Onloni? Tea.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ftOc
Choice Gunpowder Tea SOo
i-o not. .Electric ugnc flour ouo
Wllbur'j, Cocoa, per tin 20o
Arbuckle Coffee 22o
Olive Oil (imported) 26o
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best White Wine Vinegar, gallon.. .. 27c
3 lb palls Cottolene 28c
B string Brooms 28c
1-16 bbl. Electric Light Flour 3Dc
Sib palls Lard (best) 30c
1-16 bbl. .Royal Family Flour 300
Bicbanlson& Bobbins' Potted Turkey,
Holland Java and Mocha Coffee.. 30c
Java and Mocha Coffee 30c
1-16 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. 35c
French Baking Powder, 1 lb cans.. 35o
Flno Gunpowdor Tea.. .. ,. .. 35c
Spring Leaf Tea 35c
Old Government Java Coffee 35c
Best Mocha Coffee 35c
New Orleans Baking Molasses 45c
Fine Oolong Tea 35c
Mustard, per gallon 45c
1-8 bbl. Lily Bcst-'Patent Flour.. .. 65c
Extra Choice Oolong Tea .. .. 80o
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80c
Royal Family Flour bbl $4 00
1-4 bbl. Family Flour S1.00
per bottle 75c
out Edge boap eoc. size), eacn
Rahbltt'a Boan.. -
Ground Pepper. 1-4 pound 8e
YellowMuatnrdSeed. 1-4 pound.. .. 8c
Ground Mustard. 1-4 pound 8c
Ground Cinrmmnn. Umimil.. .. .. Re
Ground Mace. 1 8 pound 8c
Whole Mace. 1-8 pound 8c
uround Cavonne PeoDer. 1-4 nnund 8c
Whole Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
FruitPuddine. all flavors 8c
iiirsrh's Banco Be
J. JJ. Baking Powder. 1-2 riound tins 8c
Largo Lemon Extracts 10c
Large vanilla 10c
Bottles Catsup 8c
uood Hteag 8 and 10c
Rico Flour, per package 8c
Elgin atar condensed Milk. can.. .. 8c
Illxby's Large Blacking 8c
uuves. per bottle 8c
Large Mustard Sardines 8c
Sago, per package 8c
Fat Bjct, for seasoning 8c
Western Shoulder. 8c
Mixed Candy, per pound 8c
Iory (Elephant Head) Starch.. .. 8c
i-o uni. uoyai family coc
Lily Best Patent Hour, bbl S4.25
1 1 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour... .51.23
EUctrlu Light Best Family Flour,
"bl $4 00
Breakfast Bacon. 10 izci
Icntifna Kifri!tji.. .. . . .. .. 10c
Home-made Egg Noodles, large.. .. 10c
Bapolio. large 10c
Olives, in glass Jars 10e
(..limes, no. is. per set w
Hemp Clothes Line, 100 feet. - 10c
Aniprlffin l5,l?itm, - .... .. IOC
Humrord's6-oz Yeast Powder., .i .. 10e
Large31b Can Baked Beans 10c
Canned 0 slcrs. per can JOc
EUPettiJohn's Food, package J2C
Chloride of Lime, large 10c
Baking Powder. 1-4 lb cans 10c
TF.fiMfnr tin- heat hrnsn nnd silver
Onicina r?mlfnrnlft .. . .. .. .. 10c
Raisins! Sultanas .. 10o
Babv Brand Condensed Milk. can.. .. IQc
Salmon, tall cans .. 12c
Imported bardlnes. small, key 12c
Steak Salmon, large flat cans 15c
Baltimore Sugar-cured Hams. lb.. .. 12c
Tiri-A V.n.impline.. . .. .. .. .. ec
Mrsh's Powdered Lye 8c
Whole Cloves. 1-4 pound 8c
GroundClovcs. 1 4uound 8c
Ground Allspice, 1-4 pound 80
GRANULATED 4 C
Diamond Starch (needs no blue) .. 8c
Taploca.per package 80
Farina, pound package.. 80
Olive Oil, small Be
Early June Peas 8c
RtlrV Cnndv. nil flavors 8c
Red Seal Lye, can 10c
Large French Prunes 10c
No wYork Cream Biscuit 10c
Lemon Cakes 10c
MilkLunch Biscuits 10c
Mixed Nuts, best 16c
California Evaporated Peaches.. .. 12c
California Eva no rated Pears.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Apples.. ., 12c
New Prunells .. .. 12c
Chalmers Gelatine 10c
Large Silver Prunes 12c
California Evaporated Apricots- .. 12c
Chicory, lb 10c
Best Cream Cheese, lb 12c
LanternJars Sirup, pints 12c
Large Bottles Catsup 15c
Grareley'sBest Tobacco 100
1-4 bbl. Electric Light Flour $1.15
Bacon Strlns 12c
8oclety Wafers .. .. 12c
vauitia cakes 12c
Sugar Jumbles , 12c
Honey Jumbira 12c
Mixed Riric Nuts 8c
!nlttne Wafers 10o
Graham Wafers, per pound 12c
Vanilla Wafers, per pound 12c
Egg Biscuits, per pound.. .. -.. .. lrc
Winter Green Candr 12o
Canned Corn Beef, sliced.. 12c
Rib Roast of Beefsteak 12c
Round Steak 12ei
Sack Cornmeal (Squirrel brand) .. 15c
riymoutn uock (Dotn colors) gela
Olive Oil t ..-.. .. 12o
CampbeirsBeefsieaKCatsnp.pt.. .. 15o
Cat Filled Evaporated Plums, lb.. .. 12c
Lantern Jars Mustard 180
Imported Spaghetti, per package.. .. lec
French Peas, per can 15c
Best Fresh Eggs, Doz .. 17c
Cream Tartar, 1-4 pound 8c
Large Mze Bags Salt, Zfor Be
oap Powder .. .. 3c
Fat Smoked Bluatcrs, each 3c
Hominy Grits 3c
Coarse Humlny - 3c
Coffee Essence, per box 3c
Toilet boap. Miller's Cake 4c
Blxby's Small Blacking 5c
Mucilage, 0a tizc 3c
Boneless Ciidtlsh 6c
Euameline Stove PulUh .- -- - - 6c
Large Lump btarch.. 5c
Ironshine stuve Polish .. .. .. .. 4c
tiiar boap. cake .. .. - 4c
Rove Lea; Soap, dry 2 years old .. .. 4c
Boiax buup, cake .. 4c
Blown Soap, long bars 4c
hoaplue. package .- .. 4c
Pennine, package - .. 4c
UnglUh Pearl Soap, it floats 4c
Brook1.' Crystal boap 4c
1776 Powder 4o
Bon Ami 6c
linger bnaps, per pound 5c
Soda Crackers, per pound.. .. .. .. 5u
Cream Crat kers, per pound Cc
Johnstnu's6 oz. leastPowdcr 10c
Rice, large grain, lb 5c
Dried Beau?, lb : 5c
J.B-BakiugFowdcr. 1-4 pound tins-. 6c
Small Lemon Extracts '6c
Small Vanilla 6c
Small Glasses Mustard 6c
"Beats AH" Stove Polish, cake Be
Chloride uf Lime, small boxes Bo
TolIctSoap. fancy cake 60
Patent Laundry Wax 60
Rising Sun Stove Polish 6a
bmallOU Sardines, can 60
Taploei. Iooe. lb 7c
Large WholcNutmegs.6 for 6c
Large Pint Bottles Blue 6c
Ball Blue, In boxes, each 6c
Picnic Size Baked Beans 60
Hunter's Mustard Drelug, large .. .. t
Water Lily boap, large-size 6c
Pint Bottles Catsup 10c
Celery Salt, bottle 6c
Alabaster Starch, package 60
Rout Beer, per bottle 6c
Pride of Egypt Cigars 6c
Edwiu Booth Cigars 6
Mlmbella Cigars'- .. .. 6c
Scotch bnutr, per box 5c
Ammonia, large bottles Ec
New Bates 6c
Canned Corn, per can 6c
Canned Peas, per can 6c
String Bcan3, per can 6c
Lima Beans, per can 6c
Canned Succotash, can 60
Macaroni, per package 7o
Potted Tongue, small 7c
2 lb package Bet Oats .. .1 7t
Large, fat mackerel, per pound.. .. 10c
Corn Starch, package .. . 70
Barley, per lb .. .. , 7c
Pickles, 10 bottles 70
Potted ham, small 7c
Loose Lard, lb 7c
-Animal Crackers 8c
Nic-Nacs, per pound 80
Bottled Jamaica Ginger 10c
Ladles'Royal Shoe Polish 8c
Saltpeter. 1-4 pound 80
Celery Seed, 1-4 pound 80
Ground Ginger, 1-4 pound 8c
Caraway Seed, 1-4 pound 8c
-Whole Allspice, 1-4 pound 80
uueen& Anderson Jams 16o
CrlterlonBrandCal. Canned Apricots. 16c Quart size Lea & Pcrrins' Sauce,
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