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DENIES GOUGING
IN COAL PRICES
Brewster Says Operator!
Will Nut Condone
Pract lot.
START WORK IS PLEA
Shortages Must Ho Replaced
If. Talk Demanded Now
Hi- St iilcs.
KKW Y'lfiK. April : Hinn
nlblf hlt'imlrmim mill operators will
"t fii'l iiitl any uriwM.in,1 r
nri'i nn pmfiutrtim pollfliasy T t.
BrtwVttri rhilnrinn of Uia. tMli
neiflfnlltat of 'lin DlMlftMftOJS 00a
t,.M.t',i faClaeM 111 ft uliifi-lnrh
Must) tir UMlght
h lunation" thai h SMI M
fruloi orr coin n gmiHi- I hr puh
Mr 1-iH .i'iwr of lni raCCflt 'J. I irr I
i t llttlKM In HUM''". M PUt "'
I'V itin fiiilrl Mlur Workrm Bookr.
mm In 'In' gM 'if itiilxt in tli'
pilMk NllfMI, mi- olii'r MnMnMi
miii Mr. Brawataf
DurlM thfl eoal mlftafs' anUraly
in , i ranted ind unlawful eaasatlon
nt wi.rk, nil Mtoiikn of mil " d
Mad nnl SnOrtags IW
Ihrouflieiil tha notmtrj Tha ra
pUnKlrHlg ol nli" kn lini I" i n '
tardad ! wrloua ooal norlS
'iimhi 'i ui'ltMy, 1niK BOHMniMfl
tofi ooal oontpallni fo tha avail
Ma uppt arhtoh has ratvltad In
In offer f hlaThar priosa. than tin
pparatora an wining la Mcjapt,
Ail rtayoiiMMa operators win
condaffifi .my Mrtwarrantad tnet
in iiny profltepapjig policial
"Tin l.ii ii in moim .- I romiiilaalnn
having nwnnii-il lha rnlaara iui
ai ii. alvlmr tfcatn "rv htftl inrntrir
powsr, Hi- publli now has lha rial'1
in dam and mora wort, with
. um ad .i produetloa and MM
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Sanitary Cash Grocery
112 North Mnin Street
Phones Osage 613-9443. Phones Oaage 613-9443.
FREE DELIVERY on all orders over $5.00. Small
orders delivered for 10c
Specials for Easter
Guaranteed Frash Country Eggs, per
.1- rn
45c
HENS GEESE BAKING CHICKENS
Alive and Fresh Dressed to Order.
Hwlft'a I'rrmlnm fllrtnnrd TTnmii,
arhota hama. QO
pat pound. twMkaaM O.C
Hwiffn PraaBtvai ti, v th
Mab, i.-r rrt
Ji'iuml .. mm
K.irly Jurm rfn.
PI cnu mm
15c
I'lide of Perry, truuruiilcod llnnl
Wbaal Flour. If ft
24 It.ia. ...... pJ.4J
Tomato n.
rir an ....
Kwort Torn,
pan an ....
, pInMlti No. 1 mna,
I for
a lt)C
15c
25c
llrlnx bulk Hauar Kraut, alrn
;r..J:b.:....a. 25c
'lory, wtilta and wH btaaehad,
per
i tiilk mm n i
Itwti Tiinnl
llrtul la'ttuifi
OatsVf Ill-arm
i''-UK I'1 "it
Itlmliurb
"nnnmripfw
I-nf la-ltllll'
ii .... i .1.
irr'n Onlona
Mpliuwili
i Iva
Vow Tphu
anMftowaa)
'libaao
15c
PIGGLY WIGGLY
ALL OVER THE WORLD
Strictly Frsh ( guaranteed ) Country Eggs in car
tons 45c
P. G. Soap, per bar 7lic
Brookf ield Butter, per pound . 67c
Red Star Flour, 24 pounds . . $1.79
Hivirt'i vur Tjird.
tuiik pound .......
Miiil'iw (Jiild.
1'i'UIXt
OlaM Urook.
pOtUSt) xMhaj
Qraad Pnssj
puUll'l
Wllnons t'l-rlifliil
SUct il Uni on
nwiri'H Pramtvn
SlU-i-il lUrmi . . . .
Cirrtutloti. I'rt. ll.ili'n
Uaadar Milk
Small
larga
Ill'llr,
Hiiiall
Braa4ti
lie if
Iirrud.
lilt' loaf
Hu
ll nail
All SOr pai kaxn
Oooktos
25k
67c
67c
67c
55c
58c
12ic
. . . . 0ti'
9c
5c
13ic
9c
13ic
16c
AM lOo :ii-k:in
OottUit
OrldOO, all
pollllilN .....
OriaoO, nlnn
potiiiiU .. ........
Bwtft'i Pram tun
Uud, pnti
wlft'l rrrnilnm
Lardi i n pounds .
PrUSSfl. bjafgOj nlni.
pounil
Ktrn fnnry paalOd
1 t lu'k. par bos . .
Dromadacp
i lataa . . ...... c. .
I'm i a r i n.
f'urritnla
Navy llnana,
pound ..
Urns Btmdt
poftad .. ........
Mi p k Brad
lVim
Ptnta llcano,
pounil
Ohiokaa Krrd,
pound
8c
$1.88
$2.84
$1.55
$3.10
28c
19c
25c
... 19c
... 10c
... 15c
. 10c
...71c
5c
Si. Nkholaa,
time puumt sua
Allon'a
Dlil 3i
COFFEES
49c
54c
55c
51c
61c
61c
.. 58c
$1.15
WE DON'T MEET PRICES
I il l M.tti'i,
I - Mill. I
Upton's Btaal 'ut,
ponnsl
Whit.- llouaa,
pound
iiaiiN ijoadpr.
I . unit
fotgny'd Oolilen tiati
puUI'll Arabian Iluiauet.
pumij
8t. NU-holaa,
imu-pouiid un ....
HI. Nlrlinlaa.
two-pound t'An ....
$1.71
44c
45c
57c
Arhui'klr'a,
pound
Braa kraal iriiirbt.
pound
I'ii tilt last ii" l.uiv s f
pound 55C
Nature's, ii.wt.
pound
M ixwt'll Itousii.
pounil .. .......
II. 4 Km)
pound .. si iiwn i
ltalilnr.
pound
61c
... 56c
...61c
... 47c
WE MAKE THEM
PIGGLY WIGGLY
21 East First St.
Trader's
No. 4
105 Last First Street
Prices
"Figures and Prices can be juggled to
B finish, therefore we tin not adver
tise prices, but by reason ot our un
paralleled advantages we sell for less
and the goods must he ood oods or
the sale is no good."
Come and See
TRADER'S NO. 4 O-6970
Proprietor
PEOPLES
EXCHANGE
111-113 East First Street
Cork Liver ;'hI Pot Roast Beef, 25C
s I Bacon, l li. 57c ( hu k 's,,;ik' 25C
! oi, Creamery Butter (i7c uT' r("",)"un(1, 25c
Blue Riiiii-.n Colored Oleo- iQra ('0'hI Sweet Pickled Smoked QQt
marfarine, lb Out Bacon, lb OOV
Five-pound pail, net, dl rr Dry Salt Meat, Oftpt
Swift's Premium Lard ij5laaJJ lb aUC
10-11, . pails net, Swift's l' t Pork Chops, 9fsr
Premium Lard dj.UU lb --UL
Any laborer or mechanic drawing present salary that they are being paid for
the same and complain of the high cost of living and these above prevailing
prices is undoubtedly unjust and unfair.
l'ork Shoulders, whole or half,
lb
24c
17k
171c
Qem Nut oleo, 33c
Grocery Specials
9c
$4.25
Mixed Sausage,
lb
Hamburger,
lb
Large Hebe
can . .
Large Hebe,
case, -IS cans
Large Pet and Carnation Milk, rtr .
'J cans
Oil Sardines, 1 i lb. tins,
each
5c
Chum Salmon, 1 o lb. tins,
each
9c
$6.40
ino lbs. Best
Flour
(Every pound jraranteed)
Larjre package Rolled Ofia's
Oats aUL
Large 2"c can K. C. Baking
Powder, 18c ; 2 for
Package Raisins,
2 for
10 bars P. & G.
Soap
Swift's White and Grandma's
White Soap
1 lb. Fancy
Currants . .
35c
25c
75c
5c
25c
The Ladies' Aid of Lutheran Church will conduct a sale of home
made baked goods at our store today.
Traders No. 3
ACHIEVEMENT- - - -
Is what each individual strives
for. It is a quality that nwikcs
things move.
During the time our store has
been serving the public we have
striven for a satisfied list of
patrons.
Our efforts have been repaid
by the .achievement of this eit
deavor. Have you visited our store?
Do you realize what pleasure
real serviee can be?
We now handle Fresh Bottle
Milk
Saturday Specials in
Vegetables, Groceries and
Meats
Be Sure to See Our Windows
Traders No. 3
18 East Second Osage 6515
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING TODAY OF THE
KANSAS CITY MARKET
105 SOUTH BOSTON BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND PHONE OSAGE 7203
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Bacon,
Premium Sliced
l-lb. carton
Premium Skinned Mams,
whole or half, lb
Premium Macon, whole or
half, per lb
Prime Rolled Ribs of Reef,
per lb
Prime Chuck Roast,
per lb
Prime Plate Boil,
per lb
renuine Spring Leg of
Lamb, per lb
Shoulder of Mutton,
per lb
Pork Shoulder Roast,
per lb
Pork Chops,
per lb
Veal Shoulder Roast.
per lb
Veal Shoulder Steak,
per lb
59c
38 k
50c
32c
22c
15c
40c
22k
25c
30c
25c
25c
VEGETABLE AND FRUIT DEPT.
Fancy fresh Tomato, s.
two for
Large juicy Grapefruit,
each
Fancy mammoth Celery,
bunch
Cranberries,
per quart
Fresh Mushroom,
per lb
Fresh Peas,
per lb
rresh Asparagus,
per bunch
Fancy Green Lean-.
per lb
Fancy Strawberries,
per quart
Fancy Cucumbers,
each
Fancy Delicious and Jonathan ap
ples. Also all other vegetables,
We have anything in fruit and
vegetables that can be asked for
ami at prices that reduce the high
Cost "f living.
10c
8c
15c
8c
$1.25
30c
35c
40c
$1.25
35c
BAKERY AND DELICATESSEN
15c
30c
$1.00
Two 10c loaves of Bread
for
Home-made
each
Our Special C
earh
Sweet Pickles,
per doz
Sweet Relish,
per pint
Sour Pickles,
per doz
Salmon, Potato anil Cabbage Salad.
Our bakery goods are made by
King's bakery and are delivered
fresh from their ovens twite daily.
Get Hot Breatl and Rolls at 10 a. m.
and 4 :I?0 p. m.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Our Groceries are marked in plain
figures on the shelves.
10c
20c
20c
"STOP and SHOP"
KANSAS CITY MARKET
105 SOUTH BOSTON
PHONE OSAGE 7203
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