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I., They aro dangerous and detrimental to health Slow poison. BUY DIRECT FROM FIRST CtV. V ,' If I'
Sold In One-Pound Packages Only.
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Go.
501-503 7th St N. W 1620 14th St N. W., 815 H St N. E.,
3104 M St, Georgetown, D. C.
225 Stores in United States.
Be Careful What You Drink,
Use Only Pure Articles.
Beware of the vile mixtures that are sold for
-Teas, Coffees & Balcing Powder.
They aro dangerous and detrimental to health Slow poison. BUY DIRECT FROM FIRST
llANltS IMItibT GOOI GOODS.
Wo aon't advocato the buyln; of Cheap floods, mors especially for articles of fool HIP.
MFDIUM Oil DEVT UKVUb- -Win CIIE1PEVT.
Hemember that ererySV spent with us for Coffee, Condensed Milt. Spices, Kxtracts, etc, en
tltlojyju to a uhecv., w ilia "lnea.Nei.lar a Black Tea with a Green Tea naror calls lor a spe.
clil itreseut, as also doei A. &1. Baklne Powder.
Light o'clock Breakfast Coffee, s!5o lb Jara and Mocha Blends, 33, S and 88c lb. Our New
Crop Teas, Tc to tl lb. Our Special Thea-NectarSJo lb. i.11'. Baking Powder, 13c lb. Con
densed 3111k, lo can.
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
KNEIPP MALT COFFEE.
Stands In all markets.
XEU'TOX It BOWMAN
Manager for District of Columbia
.THE GREAT HYGIENIC COFFEE.
t..t.m fnr rhlldren and for those suffering from Nervous "DebiUtr. Dyspepsia and Indtge..
the powerful narcotic properties of CAFFEIN. the retire principle of COFFEE and
""rvfArTCOFFEE ecmblnes the health-slYlug properties of MALT EXTRACT
with thl pliant and aromatic properUes and qualities of coffee, without, howewr, the tajurl-
CMKn3or"ed IVth. leading medical authorities of Europe and America, and en JoraM b. Pop.
Leo 111; who upon the recommendation of Father Knelpp, had the ilalt Coffeo Introduced Into
""KnVipp Malt Coftee bad the unanimous endorsement of the 11th International Medical Con
trees at ftamc. and enjojed the distinction of Uarlug made the subject of a lecture by Dr. Uui.
ioSeMifanacU. which appeared In IlTullclInlco on AprlM. 1831. and of a thesis by Dr. Med.
et Phil, Carl Garter, read at this congress.
Price 12 Cents at all Dealers:
Chicago, New York,
I'.irtnrv. M.inttowac. Wis.
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A! HFBT I FPPFR Wholesale Agent, 148-149 Center juarKet,
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KNEIPP MALT FOOD CO.
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Wash. B. Williams'
Special Prices on Furniture ffll This Week.
Seventh and D Streets.
Only finest qualities at
lowest prices. See our dis
play from ocean, forest and
Tho flrirrinal i.?1
WHY NOT GET
Chas. H. Javins
Center, O Street and Northern
Are not complete without
Fruits and Nuts.
We have everything' in that
line you can imagine.
A beautiful display bi the
Finest Foreign and Domestic
Our stock is the choicest in the
Our prices are the lowest for
the highest qualities.
Mixed Nuts a Specialty.
Louis P. Gatti
(Successor to S. Gatti & Son),
WUOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALER IS
Foreign anil Domestic Fruits,
520 to 526 CENTER MARKET,
S. W. Cor. Oth St. Wing
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Our buyer has just re
turned from an extended
tour through the shoe dis
trict of the North, where,
owing to depression of busi
ness, we bought an enor
mous lot of Shoes at a
HERE ARE A FEW PRICES.
Ladies' $3 and (1 Shoes, small sites, 45o
Ladles' Finejt Button and Laea Shoes in 13
different st Ties, ' etsry pair good value at
S3 60, reduced espscially for this sale to
Ladies' Beit 8L50 Shoe coing- at 81.18, in
common sonse, square and pointed toe.
Odd lot or Ladles', Misaei, and Clllds'
Hisses' Spring Heel $1.50 and CL39, at
Kisses' Spring- Heel School Shoes at 75c
Baby Shoe! for ThankstrlTing;, 10c
Bays' Solid Leather Shoes, 8L75 Tslne,
Childs' Sprint Heel 5-8, worth 75c, now
Childs' Spring- Heel Bntton and Lacs, 98c
valne, now 75c
Xen'i S2 valne in Lace and Congress, only
Hen's S2.50 yalne in lace and CongTeia,
Cm , v Joseph Phillips, 1
'k Rtali Ria. South End flth St. Ul J I
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V CENTER MARKET. tfj
For Thanksgiving '1j
Dcllcht your boys with on. of II
oorhandsom. BnckboarJs, which II
we (h. away with every Child's II
Snlt. The b.st and cheapest salts II
In town. yj
Our Men's All Wool Cheviot
Salts ero sellins fast snch Tlm
was n.Ter known before. " ,
jr GARNER & CO.
1 Outfitters, v
1 N. E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. A
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I ) Thanksgiving It
m- 1 mil Is to the Public the
729-731 wll7 PeoPle of washing
Seventh St. ft ton who have loy-
M YKT If a7 supported him
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I v I l --oinfJ Seventh "nini
Davison's I li OIU street OlU
Thanksgiving!! uv I
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UjWant to be the U Sk
Jeweler who , fv !
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C.H. DAVISON, lit r jiJHg (ggSf
1105 F Street. (M f f L
On Wednesday we will give a large,
plump, tender Chicken to every pur
chaser of One Dollar's worth or over
from our price-list of groceries.
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tf l 706 7th St. N.W.
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