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THE MOKNINGr TIMSI SATURPAT, THAST 1, J 897.
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A GBAND RESPONSE !
Altliougli oar advertisement appeared but TWICE, we -were crowded with happy custom era to
get their v
FREE TICKETS TO BARNUM'S CIRCUS.
Parents nrc invited and the little chaps as well to avail of this great free distribution of ticto
ctf, and getnlfco the tnoMt marvelous values ever offered Jn
Don't bo satisfied with reading this list. 'T"" --'" ' -
Come and see. You'll be more than pleased.
Light and dark shades in
Checks and Plaids. Worth
Tor Elegant, Stjllsh Suits
Tor men, all patterns. Hack
Clay Worsted Cutaways
among them. Worth $15...
A beautiful lot of Worsted
Suit, lit the latest shades,
Bold for Sia.UO.
Lot or Suits were made to
order Tor $25 and SF30 go
111 hit 1 I"
Luther C. Godwin has been appointed
a liist-class private on the Metropolitan
Two liundred and five feet or fdur-lneli
water main are to be laid in alley or
The present four-Incb water main In
alley of square 5G0 Is to be extended west
ward 300 feet.
The resignation of Ilnrry A Dunn, a resl
dent student of Washington Asjlum, was
The auditor's report in the cae of Helen
Douglas vs. Rofetta Sprague and others,
-was confirmed by Justice Hagner, In pro
bate court, yesterday.
Allotments or the public funds have been
approved by the Commissioners as follows-
From appropriation for assessment
and permit work, S3.467.75; for suburban
Fowler & McCarthy, John Trainer and
Albert Johnson, combining for the pur
pose as Fowler & McCarthy, are to be
licensed and registered as master plumbers
and gashtters upon filing proper bond.
Justice Hagner yesterday granted a
decree of divorce in faAor of Alexander
Bohrer, against his -wire, Estella A Eohrer,
The infant child is placed by the decree
In charge of David and Mary Hyer, the
Building permit8wereissued yesterday as
follows- Charles L. Plckford, for a four
story brick apartment house, Nos. 1934
L and 1035 Twentieth street,, to cost
$15,000; John Cook, two dwellings, Kos.
712 and 714 Virginia avenue southeast,
$3,600; S. Carr, dwelling, No. 428 Eighth
street northeast, $2,500.
Commercial Agent Needed In Mexico.
Joseph G. Donnelly, consul-general at
Kuevo Laredo, Mexico, has written the
State Department to the effect that a
commercial agency should be started In
Mexico He says it "is one of the press
ing mercantile needs' of the Mexican
republic, because consuls are not per
mitted to answer private inquiries as to
the financial standing of individual, and
banks will not .assume the responsibility.
He al60 wrote that a delegation from the
"Gulf and Interstate Transportation Com
pany," appointed by the governors of
Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri. Oklahoma and
Texas, has visited that section of Mexico
The delegation was much impressed with
the great opportunity for grain exporta
tion to Mexico, where it sells for $1 per
bushel, and made propositions to the Mexi
can governmentlooklngto theadvancetneut
of corn exports The Mexican officials ex
pressed themselves as being glad of the
opportunity to co-operate with the dele
gation, because Mexico needs the grain.
Coachmen's TJuion Reception.
The Coachmen's Union and Aid Associa
tion, No. 1, has arranged Its fifteenth an
nual reception, for Monday night, at Odd
Fellows' Hall, No. 160G M street north
west. Prof. Charles Hamilton's Monu
mental Orchestra will rurnlsh the music far
the occasion. Itcfreshuients are to be
served. A grand Inaugural march is down
on the piogram for 11 o'clock.
We are still pointing
to these offerings.
Because they are the strongest values that can be fonnd at
prices you have been In the hahit, mnyhe, of paying for the
not-as-good. "We are the acknowledged leading House-Furnishers.
Such selling as this gives us claim to the title.
Now that you know where to come cornel
Beginning at $4.50
Beginning at S3. 75
$10 kinds for
Bolld Oak up from.....$(0QQ
Beginning at ,
Decorated Beginning at. $f.95
6-foot oak-...T7. $3.50
Beginning at $9.75
Decorated -beginning at.$3 50
CASH OR CREDIT.
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
1 lot of Children's Wor-
stcd Suits, double breasted,
A handsome all-wool Bluoff I nfl
Suit, sailor collar, go for.
The Most Xobby and Styl- fr I T
lsh up-to-date suits go for.. $ ,ty
Knee Pants, all you want,
Union Clothier and Furnisher.
709 SEVENTH STREET.
COURT RULING ON SEINING
Law Protecting Food Fish Not Ap
plicable to Bait
Therefore Three Young Men YVlio
Vere Arrested Yesterday Are
Discharged From Custody.
Judge Kimball made an interesting rul
ing on the question of rishlng with nets
or seines in the Potomac Bier within tho
jurisdiction ol the District of Columbia.
Harry Oliver, George Castleman and
Albert Saul, three youug men, were In the
tolls foi having on the 25th of this munch
used nets 01 seines in securing small llsh
In the river.
It appeared from the testimony adduced
that the three defendants were fihhmg
for bull-minnows for bait purposes, and the
officers who arrested them could not be
positive that large fish were In evidence
at the points where they were using their
Judge Kimball requested Prosecuting At
torney Mullowny to read the law ou-the
Thls law constituted the provisions of
theact approved March 2,1885, andamen ti
ed In 1890, to protect food fish in tho
Potomac Hiver within the Dlstnct, and
set forth that no one shall use nets or
seines in the capture of food fish in the
The penalty prescribed for each ofrense
is a minimum fine of $10, maximum $100.
The court laid down the opinion tliat the
act was to protect shad, herring, and other
large food fish In the river, aud does not
apply to the securing of small fish for bait.
, "If the defendants," said the court, "had
'been foundfishlngon the spawning grounds
of the food fish, they would be liable to
.the penalty imposed in the act to protect
the food fish, but it appears that the young
-men were seining in the shallow water
where only the small bait fish were In evi
dence." The charge against the defendants was
Star of Hope Lodge Meeting.
Star of Hope Lodge, No. 12, 1. O. G. T.,
sustained its record as one of the most
hospitable lodges in this city Thursday
evening Visitors were present from
Kescue Silver Star, Independent, Friend
ship, Good Will, and Columbia Lodges.
Artcr an enjoyable recess in, which several
games were played, the lodge proceeded
to receive the members of Good Will Lodge,
-who were paying a rratemal visit. Fol
lowing this the officers of District Lodge,
No. 3, -were officially received. The Star
of Hope then re-elected their old officers, as
follows: Chief templar, Charles N. Phelps;
V. T , Flora Hudson; F. S., Lewis N. Lan
man; treasurer, Mrs. Fagan; R. S., George
M. D. Jory; chaplain, Sadie J. Chauncey;
marshal, Frank Carroll; D. M., Nettle Simp
son; guardian, Mrs. G. 11. D. Jory, and
sentinel, Frank Barton.
$1.25 to Baltimore nnd Return.
Via B. & O. R. R. All trains May 1 and 2.
Valid for return passage until following
With every Kefrigcrator
bought of us FREE
Decoratea -beginning at.2,75
Beginning with 40-lb. hair
Knives and Forks
e or each 47c
Beginning at Qc
Corner Tth and I Sts. fig
Buys a bw Q All-wool Gray
and Brown Pants serviceable.
ff Oris a neat Business PantB
4) I Z0 any color to suit.
1 CC Handsome Cheviot Pants,
4 I . DD elegantly made
BpecJal Two shades of
Spring Top Coats, all wool,frQ Ql
go ror $d.J I
ALL GOOD 51 EN AND THUK.
Jurors Drawn for Service In the
Courts During May.
Jurors have been drawn in the several
circuit and criminal courts of the District
for the month of May as follows:
Criminal court, No. 1- William Clements,
Leopold Gradwohl, William S. Johnson, C
E Nelson, William L Alwp, Calvin S.
Montague, Franclh Price, William Elmer.
F. W. McAllister, Rufus J. Rock, W E
Turton, P F Tlppett, John II. Ketner.
LutherB Snyder, Prank L Bennett, Charles
W. Oliver, John J Barrett, William E.
Thompson, William L Lowe, George P
Gates, Thomas Trancis, jr , Adolphus F.
Feldross, C- E. Slanford, George S How
ell, Henry C Irving, and Albert A Provost
Criminal Court, No 2 Albert Lcavey,
Samuel Wendell, A. F. Joess, John A.
Antrim, John M. White, Jos-cph Walker,
Brice J. Moses, Morgan L. Steele, George
Z. Collbon, James W. Orme, Walter S.
Clifford, George Shilling. B II. Johnbton,
William S. Knox, George A. Holtman,
Harvey Sands, Willis Young, Welsh E.
Ashford, George F. Batcman, M. B Flynn,
James V. Beyer, Richard F. Prensber,
Daniel H. L Brooks, Richard C. Carr,
Elmer 15. King, George Freeze.
Circuit Court No. 1 Thomas D. Lewis,
Joseph A. Englehart, J. Lewis Sherwood,
Thomas D. Manning, Jr , A. Thomas Davis,
X-S . May, Thomas A. James, Thomas Blag
den, Thomas J. Craven, M. L Curtin, Fred
N. Somerville, G. A Whittaker, Alonzo
Lawson, A. I. Dougherty, Charles L. Du
Bois, Richard L Moore, Henry Thomfonlfc,
George F- Lippitt, Eugene Walker, James
Trimble, Samuel Mahoney, R. I W. Brew
ster, J. C.Ennis, William E. Young, Charles
n. Gordon, and F. D. Lee
Circuit Court, No 2 Richaid E Crump,
Feidlnand Miller, Henry F Barnard, A
Lincoln Alexander, Edward H. Droop,
William Farkcr, Gustav Hartlg, George
"Wells, William Britt, George Faxton, Daid
A. Ferguson, John L Love, James W Sal
omon, James II Scott, Robert Hamill, Ed
ward Walker, Owen Owen. Thomas if.
Adams, James Hal!, Thomas Foster, Wil
liam R. Truxton, Charles "W Dawes. Mor
timer Du Perow, Charles if. Rodier, George
C. Brent, B. L. Wheeler.
Change of Street Sprinkling Hours.
The Commissioners have Issued an order
rcvokinga previous order for the suspension
of the privilege of street washing. The
regulation provided that street washing
and sprinkling should be done between 5
and 8 am. and 5 and 8pm This was
suspended August 13, 189G. The revoca
tion was occasioned by a complaint made
by J. Jl. Gisburne, of No. 1932 Seventeenth
Cement Sidewalks Ordered.
Thelayingof the cement sidewalks, under
the permit system, has been ordered, as
follows: In front or lot 17, square 32, Co
lumbia Heights; in front of No. 2025 H
street noithwest. Yitrified block drlvc--way
on E street northw est, in rear of Cor
coran Art Gallery, has also been ordered.
Suit Against a Loan Company.
Suit was entered today by Jennie H.
Fitch against II. Morse, A. R. Schikora and
the Capital Loan Guarantee Company for
an Injunction to restrain the enforcement
or a deed or trust on her household goods
and chattels atNo. 70X Aj5treet southeast.
The deed, she says, was made by her
April 17, 1805, as a means of securing
a loan of $222.25 at 10 per cent interest
per annum She claims to have paid al
ready $266 lu principal and interest, and
is in danger of having the terms of the
deed employed against her. She wants
to be released from further responsibility
in the matter. Mrs. Fitch Is represented
by Attorney Lemuel Fugitt.
A Title as Hock Founded as Gib
raltar. "Greatest Show on Earth" is a title
that belongs to Barnum & Bailey, and
is their trademark. When any other
concern cunningly inserts those four words
In its advertising mntter you may for a
certainty stay from -visiting that show,
confident or losing nothing.
Barnum & Bailey have made the title
of their Ehow conspicuous In every part
of the civilized world, Ijy visiting all
countries and presenting such a wonder
ful array of attractions that the name,
"Greatest Show on Earth," Is recog
nized 1n truth and verity as one emi
nently fitting 6uch a monster Institution.
Such a title no more fits the backs of
the little shows stealing It than the
cloak or a giant would suit the diminu
tive shoulders of a lillputlan. When
the Barnum & Bailey show comes here,
and It certainly will on luesday and
Wednesday next, there will be seen such
a countless number of reatures and array
of epeclal attractions as to bewilder
Three circus companies in three rings,
specialists performing on the three ele
vated stages, aerialists making the dome
of the canvas alive with startling sen
sations, clowns or every kind doing every
thing funny, tumblers and lcapers, athletes,-'
acrobats, gymnasts, jockeys, driv
ers, male and female experts of all
kinds engaged in every line of trained
athletic performances, or those denoting
skill and endurance. Races, contests,
trials and struggles will be constantly
going on In every style of human en
deavor, while the menagerie tents will
be seen overflowing with the wonders
of the animal kingdom.
Besides these again the exhibition of
living human curiosities, the magicians
and queer musicians In the menagerie
tent will interest and instruct every vis
itor. Tho free street parade alone, con
taining & forty-horse tea'm, and the re
production of the historical event known
as the "Return of Columbus to Barce
lona," Is sufficient -to guarantee the
title of the "Greatest Show on Earth,"
hMatuia mnm cnrlnsitfAK olnmnt, nK.
jects, horses, animals, and performers are
seen irec ou me atrtets cuau otner snows
onntnin In their -wliolr i minor nnd nn-
door displays combined Don't be fooled,
but" iralt' for 'Earnuia & Balloyi
GIGANTIC CLOTHING SALE
PUZZLING TO COMPETITORS
AS WELL AS CUSTOMERS!
Prices Explain the Problem !
Men's Casslmere Suits, $2,38.
Men's "Newest Spring Suits,
handsome patterns $3.oo
Men's fine Dress Suits,
Men's elegant Suits, made
of the finest material. . . $7-75
Men's extra fine Satin
lined Suits, all the newest
Men's Bicycle Pants
Don't Buy a
H. Friedlander & Bro.,
Corner ftSinth and E Streets.
IMU;Fj:it l'KESEXT QUARTERS.
Postofficc Department 1'cojilu Dout
Want to Move.
The proposition to move the Postorrice
Department from its present quarters to
the new city postoffice building finds no
favor among the orficiala or the lo&t
otfice Department. They maintain they
are already cramped for room, aud that
the postoffice business is rapidly expand
ing. They bhow that the present tloor
space, exclusive or corridorb, occupied by
the department, is 173,000 square feet,
while the number or Tect which will be
available in the new city postofrice build
ing is 27,000 rcet less.
There Is a greater floor area In the new
city postoffice building; than In the Post
office Department building proper, but
the Postoffice Department also occupies
two rented buildings,. and part of a third.
The Sixth Auditor's office fills up the
Bush Building, on E street, and foreign
mails office and money order division oc
cupy the structure at the northwest corner
of Eighth and E streets, and tons or the
records of the department are btored in
the Union -Building, on G street.
What the Postoffice Department would
tike, is an addition of two stones to the
present building. This was recommended
by Tostmafctcr General Wanamaker, after
competent architects" and engineer), had
roi-orted that the walls of the present
structure are amplesto sustain the added
The postoffice people are ready to admit
that the Department of. the Interior is
crowded for room, but they say; "3o, loo,
I'ATCXT OFFICIJ CHANGES.
Several Hundreds Expected Within
the Xext Few "Weelcs.
Commissioner of Patents Butter worth will
in a few dajs bc-dn the consideration of
the cases or the employes in the Patent
office who were demoted by Commissioner
Seymour and vho nrc just now seeking,
with more or less violence, restoration
to their former salaries.
The commissioner will give each case
careful consideration, and if the reduction
was made, as charged, for political reas
ons, the applicant will be restored and
the peroon who was promoted by Mr.
Seymour will be displaced.
This matter Is causing a great deal of
comment in the Patent Office. Those who
were reduced by lir Seymour are hope
ful and those who were promoted by lir
Seymour are practically hopeless. It is
probable that several hundred changes will
occur In the Patent Office within the
next few weeks.
- Orders for Public Work.
The Commissioners yesterday issued or
ders for public work as follows:
Three hundred and forty-five feet of 12
inch sewer and 38 feet of 24-Inch sewer
aud three manholes in north side of r
street northwest, between Twenty-fifth
and Twenty-sixth streets, cost $737; also
325 feet of 12-Inch Eewer and 18 feet of
21-inch sewer and three manholes in south
side of I etieet northwest, between Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sixth street, cost $G37.
Two hundred and ninety-five feet of 12
loch sewer and two manholes In west side
of Fourteenth street, between M and N
streets northwest; cost $585.
Two hundred and eighty feet of 12-lnoh
sewer and two manholes in north 6idc of
H stTestnorthwebt, between Twenty-second
and Twenty-third streets northwest; cost
$490: also 154 feet or 12-inch sewer and
one manhole In south side of II street north
west, between Twenty-second and Twenty
third streets; cost $260.
Two liundred and sixty feet of 12-inch
sewer and forty feet of 18-inch sewer and
two manholes in noith side of I street
northwest, between Twenty-third and
Twenty-fourth streets; cost $525; also
295 feet of 12-Inch sewer and 18 feet of
21-lnch sewer in south side of I street
northwest, between Twentj--thlrd and
Twenty-fourth strects;-cost $557.
Three hundred and seventy feet of 21
lnch sewer and twomnnholes along east
side of Twenty-third 'street, between II
and I streets; cost $1,025; also 9 5 feet
,of 15-inch sewer and.two manholes in cast
ride of Twenty-third street northwest,
crossing H street; co6t$300.
Three hundred and twenty feet of 12-inch
sewer and 35 feet of 2i-ihch sewer and three
manholesln north side" of Tstreetnorthwest,
between New Hampshire avenue and Twenty-fifth
street, and along east side of
Twenty-firth Etrect, crossing I Btieet; cost
The Best Remedy for Rheumatism.
From the Falrhaven (N. T.) Register.
Mr. James Rowland, of this village, states
that for twenty-five yeara hl6 wire has
been a suWerer from rheumatism. A few
nights ago she was in such pain that she
was nearly crazy. She sent Mr. Rowland
for the doctor, but he had read of Cham
.berlalu's Pain Balm and instead of going
for the-physician he went to the btore
and secured a bottle of 14 Bis wife did
not approve of Mr. Rowland's purchase at
first, but nevertheless applied the Balm
thoroughly and in an hour's time was able
to go Ho sleep. She now applies It when
ever 'ebe feels-an ache oca pain and finds
that it always gives relief. He says that
no medicine which she had used ever did
her aH much good. The 25 and 50 cent
sizes for sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale
and Retail Druggist, D38 F St. ar Coun.
av). aud b fct. nx.
Gray and Brown Bicycle
Suits $3r $4 and $5
Men's extra fine Scotch
Cheviot Suits, all the latest
plaids; $10 would be cheap
for these $4.65
Men's Satin-lined Prince
Albert Suits, cutaway and
sacks; would be cheap at
Men's nobby Spring Over
coats $4 and $5
Garment Until You See Our Stock.
CS- .. f
l-l. A3.' Hm&33iFivti
&-rcri ujzr" sr n rt
ments Just north of Washington, near Brightwood, 300 feet above
tide water, on line of electric curs, city water and gas; udmlrably situ
uted for subdivision. For particn lars apply to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN, 6U Seventh St. N. w.
SUING J'I.EASANTOX'S ESTATE.
2surse lioone Snes for Services Ren
dered the Lnte General.
Henrietta Roone, by her counsel, Obear
& Douglas, has brought suit against the
Washington Loan and Trust Company, as
the administrator of the late Gen. Alired
Pleasonton, for $1,365 25, as the balance
due for services rendered the deceased dur
ing his last Illness The original claim was
$1,761, but a credit is acknowledged of
the sum of $375 75.
The plaintiff alleges that at Gen. Pleas
onton'.s special request she performed the
duties of nuiscand general attendant upon
htm, upon the agreementthatshe should be
paid buch sum as her sen-Ices were reason
ably worth She claims to have furnished
certain articles at her employer's request,
for which she was never paid, and loaned
him sums of moneyat times which were not;
reimbursed, also, that Gen Pleasonton had
received fnoney in his lifetime for the use
or the plaintiff that she has not yet re
ceived. The account covers a period for
services or three years, two months and
Have You Any of These? Palpita
tion, Fluttering of the Heart, Shortness of
Breath, Smothering Spells, Swelling of
the Ankles, Nightmare, Spells or Hunger
and Exhaustion. These are most pro
nounced symptoms or Heart Diecace. Dr.
Agnew's Cure Tor the Heart will give
relier inside or 30 minutes, and it will
errect a speedy cure In moststubborn cases.
It's vegetable, it's liquid, It's harmless,
Is Iuexcuable and utterly needless in thaie days of compe
tition. Such a stock of Clothing:, Tor .Instance, as we carry can
not bo bettered, yet the prices wo ask. are actually less than
half what yon miffbt be asked for such qualities cliowhere.
Think over this point of economy. Give it serious consideration.
- Do you Tnow all there is to know about our credit system
I and its "easy payments? It differs from all other plans. Better
in every way. Come in and we'll explain.
Ladles' Stylish Coat Suits, Men's Fine Fancy "Worsted '
blueandblack.cxceedlngly Pants. Our price $2.98
well-made costumes $4.98 lien's New Spring Hats 88c
.Ladies' FincFancyKlikShirt Children's All-wool Knee
Waists, newest errects $2.7S Pants. Special value 39c
Ladies' Fine Mixed Cheviot Cldldren's Serviceable Suits,
Coat Suits, very becoming, "-well-made, nice looking 98c
and beautifully finished. .$V.SO Fine All-wool Children's
Ladies' Fine Figured Bril- Cheviot Suits, very stylish
liantine Skirts; full width; and well made $2.48
only $1,65 Boys' Extremely Handsome
Men's $10 and $12 Mixed Finely Finished and Gobd-
and Tlaid Cheviot Suits, looking All-wool Cheviot
splendidly made and fin- Suits for $4. SO
ished $6.98 Boys' Caps r.'aic
Men's very handsome custom made Dress Suits, fancy
worsted effects; great value $9. GO
CASH OR CREDIT.
Mayer & Pettit,
415-417 Seventh Street.
Men's Cassimere Pants,
Men's Tweed Pants . . 7sc
Men's "Worsted Pants,
Men's Very Fine Dress
Children'3 Suits, worth
Children's Fine Dress
Suits at $1.50
Children's Cassimere Knee
Let's Have a Talk
About real estate. There Is no
investment po.swible to make that
in safer or surer than an invest
ment in real estate. Every bit of
the land lu the world is hound to
increase in value every year, and
the wealthiest people now tire those
who took advantage of this fact
Don't procrastinate. Don't compel
yourhelf lu after years to look ba-k
ut valunble property and sadly think
it might liitve been yours for n trifle.
The greatest bargain that has
been offered ubotit Wushiugton for
many years is ten acres of lund
fronting on Brightwood Ave., beautl-
tuMv hftimtru on ineiuie ui luiiiruve-
Best Elgin Batter
Kdc a lbs., 11 l-i 3
lbs., 70s.; 2 Ib. 4c;
K. Y. Full Cre ra
Fresh Egg?, llc.
Drop postal or TeL
Cent., RigTS. Ks.
No other house does, ever did, or ever
will, sell such sterling qualities at such
low prices as we quote.
Ceres Flour inat.es more Bread,
makes whiter Bread, makes bettr"
Breud, than any other flonr manu
factured. Beware of imitations of
the Brand "Ceres,1
FOR SAXJ3 BT AUL GROCERS.
MATER & PETTIT,
-iw , YNfy!jlt
JOHNSTONS, 729 7!k St.
Wholesale and Retail
Best Imported Granulated Sugar
today at four and a-half cents.
Elgin Butter In 5-lb. lots, at 22
cents. Oyster's half-pound prints,
Best Sugar-cured Shoulders, to-day
for six and a-half cents lb.
Matches, 10c Doz.
One dozen large boxes of Best
Matches today for 10 cents.
Today we will sell 2,800 pounds
of Lard at four and a-halt cents, ln-5-pound
lots. Smaller quantities at
Baking Molasses, 4c.
Today we will sell 700 gallons of
Baking Molasses at 4 cents quart.
By the gallon at 15 cents.
Rifle Shots, 8c
Today the 20c. Rifle Shot Ginger
Nut Cakes at 8 cents lb-
Today by the dozen cans, 6 cnts
can, small erlotssixanda-half cents.
Corn. 6 cents: Peas, 6 cents; Lima
Beans, 6 cents can.
3-pound lots or Java and Mocha
Co free for 8S cents. You are enti
tled to 5 pounds or sugar with the
Today you will be entitled to 5
pounds orBestSugar with one pound
of 50c Tea 60c Tea, 80c Tea, or
Arbuckle's Package Coffee in 10
pound lots at eleven anda-half cents;
in smaller quantities, twelve and
Levering's Package Coffee in 10
pound lots; eleven and a-half cents;
In smaller quantities at twelve and
BestButtcrine, in 5-lb. lots, at
12 cents smaller quantities at 14
Best large Lump Laundry Sfarcn,
in 7-lb. lots, at three and a-balf
cents; smaller lots at 4 cents lb.
Star Soap, 21c
Borax Soap, 2c
Either Star or Borax Soap, in 10
cake lots, for 24 cents.
Elgin Milk, 6Jc
Best Elgin Condensed Milk, in
lots of 6 cans, for 39 cents; by the
can at 7 cents.
Today we will sell aa a leader the
best Stick Candy for 5 cts. lb. 10
lb. lots, 49 eta.
Today we will sell the Best Corn
starch, in 5-pound lots, three and
a halt cents; smaller lots at 4 cts.
Bxs. Scotch Herring 15o.
"Wilbur's Cocoa ..18c.
Chocolate Cake 15c
Baby Brand Milk 19c
Cream Crackers, lb 5c
Flour, per saclr. 30c
Brooms, (3-slring) 10c
Sardines, per box '3C
Baked Beans, can 7c.
Macaroni, pekg ...0c
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