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EL PASO HEBALD
1888 U. S. ARMY CASUALTIES
SHOW 58 (VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST
Of 280 Reported Killed in Action, 16 Were Texas Men;
Big List Includes 148 Missing in Action, 170 Died of
Wounds, 239 Died of Disease, 170 Wounded Se
verely; 359 Slightly, and 484 Other Wounded.
LIST IS ISSUED
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WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct SS. Tbe
army casualty list issued for
publication today contains 18S3
names, divided as follows.
Killed in action. 388; died of
rounds, 170: died of accident and otber
causes. 9: died of disease. 225; wound
ed severely. 178: wounded, degree un
determined, 484: wounded slightly,
19; missing In action. 148; prisoners.
S; died from aeroplane accident. 9.
There are SS southwestern men on
the list, as follows:
Killed in Action.
Capt. 'Walter Green, Fort 'Worth, Tex.
Lieut. Oscar C. Key. Waco, Tex.
Sst. Charlie D. Smith. DeLeon. Tex.
Mechanic Cnas. P. Itanktn, Hender
Wagoner Harden Neely, Fort Worth,
Pvt. Moises N". Carreio, Sin ton. Tex.
Pvt. Leo O. Keyoux, Drlscoll, Tex.
Pvt. Chas II. Wood. Alameda. Tex.
Pvt. Henry L. Currin. Josephine. Tex.
Pvt. Martin V. Tiuman, ilea water,
Ret. Harry L. Nolen Dallas. Tex.
Corp. Daniel F. Spath. Anahuac, Tex.
Pvt. Oscar loss Simpson, owner, Tex.
Pvt. Vldal Cade, nartlett ranch, Mc-
Mnllen county. Tex.
Pvt. Fate W. Holland. Saratoga, Tex.
Pvt. Marshall B. FllllngiBm. Keuntze.
MIsfttag in Action.
Pvt Richard Childress, Moshln, Tex.
Pvt. Geo. W. Davis, Hilleboro. Tex.
Pvt. Peter Feustell. Crane's Mill. Tex.
Pvt. Bodo Haas:. Twinster, Tex.
Pvt. Chas. K. H. Martin, Dallas. Tex.
Pvt. Manoel T. Ruiz, Albuquerque,
Capt. Wm. B. Cowart, Houston, Tex.
Pvt. Xat A. Xoell, Cisco, Tex.
Pvt. Jesse Fagan, Burnett. Tex.
Pvt. Ca!rlos A. Sims, Dallas. Tex.
Pvt. Henry V. Wittington. Hedley.
Died of Disease.
Horseshoer Jesse W. Dycus; Liberty
r Pvt. Stephen C. Wood. Cobb. Tex.
Pvt. Ernest E. Price, Snyder, Tex.
Died of Acrldent and Other Cause.
Pvt. Luis Otero, Albuouerque, X. M.
Died of Wonnds.
Sgt. Algie Cartwright Gorree, Tex.
Pvt. Oscar A. N'oren. Weir, Tex.
Pvt. Walter Jackson, Boyce City, Tex.
Pvt. Rmil G. Nelson, Moody, Tex.
Pvt. Wtnfield F. Brown. Paris, Tex.
Pvt. Stephen Hultn Oats, raxton, Tex.
Lieut. W. Carter Grimstead. Houston,
Corp. James H. Adams, Garrison, Tex.
pvt. Jesse Miles xayior, uriniaaa, Tex.
Lieut. Alex. W. Terrell. Fort Worth,
Lieut Robt. II. Locir. Houston. Tex.
Pvt. Ed. Charles Hungate. San An
Pvt Lute Lucero. Santa Fe, X. M.
Pvt Leon E. Rodgers. Lometa, Tex.
Pvt Roland S. Ziegler. Longview, Tex.
Wonnded, Degree TTndetrrmlned.
Cook Wm. M. Meeks. Venus. Tex.
Pvt Fernandez Chavez, Wlllard, X. M.
Pvt Sidney Smith, Dallas, Tex.
Pvt Milton Hlrsch. Silver City, X. M.
Pvt Oscar I. Weeaks, Farmersville,
Pvt D. Ca Chavez, Corvio. X. IT.
Pvt Jos. Ortegon, San Antonio, Tex,
Pvt Chas. T. Pedlco. Wellington, Tex.
Pvt Roy B. Smith. Novice, Tex.
Corp. Jesse P. Windsor. Quamado,
Pvt Marlon T. Martin, Como, Tex.
Pvt Juan Beraal, Las Cruces. X. St
The list also includes the following
killed in action:
KILLED IS ACTION.
Arthur Samuel Honts. Euclid, O.
Thos. A. Holden, Lancaster, Pa.
Thos. J. Quayle, Oberlin, O.
Russel J. Meyer, Lakewood, O.
Elbert C Baker, Easton, Pa.
Raymond C. Hill, Lewlston, Idaho.
Robt B. Bentley. Cincinnati. O.
Norwood C Fairfax, Eagle Rock, Va.
Andrew J. Gerdin, Chicago. HL
Harry J. Gross, Jr., Oak Park, HI.
Many Texans Mentioned in
Roll Containing Total of
Frank C. Godfrey, Staunton, I1L
Leonard Jackson. Newton Center. Mass
Robert A. Gilmer, Anderson, S. C.
George X. Bourque, Waterville. Sle
Edward B. Coward. Philadelphia. Pa
Wm. D. Doty. Jr., Rochester. X. Y.
Alfred H. Loney, Philadelphia, Pa.
Alfred L. Qulntard, Philadelphia, Fa.
Alexander B. Bruce. Lawrence, Mass.
Arthur Ignacious Keller, Rlverdale-on-Hudson:
James J. Sykes, Pee Dee, X. C.
Alexander W. Walker. Bogard, Mo
Abraham Beck, Leeds, England.
Arthur L. AarhaU6, Hoquiam. Wash. ,
Emmett E. Buzard. Waukomis, Okla.
Edward Francis Walsh. New York.
John YowelL Samar. Mo. ;
Claiirin R. PhllliTM Sonth Trnftwllle.
Alfred Louis Arnold. Syracuse, X. Y.
L. W. Cockrum, Knoxville, Tenn.
Frank Stucker, Slassillon, O.
Lawrence SL Wimmer, Liberal, Has.
Roy T. Mitchell. Flgsboro. Va.
Major Held. Greenville, Miss.
Robert SL Ryans, Boston. Mass.
Charles J. Brooks, St Louis, SIo.
John R. Balch, Lerna, Ill
John R. Barrett, Xew York.
Herman L. Hughes, Cambridge, Md.
Peter Peterson, Cleveland, o.
William Taylor. South Bethlehem. Pa.
Roy Thomas, Chester, N. J.
Ted Opdyke, Rldgeway, Mo.
Walter Fred. Runge, St Louis. Mo.
Seth H. Dickinson, Windsor, Conn.
Julius IL Lafrenz, Tekamah, Neb.
George W. Moshler. Kingston. X. Y.
George T. Wolcott, Bloomfleld, X. J.
Joseph Apicelll, As bury Park, X.
Emory Boykin. La Grange, Ga.
Robert St Bradley. Cincinnati. O.
Charles Brick. Chicago. 111.
Edward Joseph Cantonl, St Louis, Mo.
us car jiaret Anaerson, s. c
John C Weldman. Buffalo, X. Y.
Peter Paul Wortx, Detroit Mich.
Walter M. Blakely. St Louis. SIo.
Clyde T. Seetnan. Wilkinsburg. Pa.
Samuel R. Vaughn, Festus, Mo.
Aiirea uromige. Buffalo. X. i.
Burley Linden Paine. Detroit. Mich.
John D. Hughes, Salamanca, N. Y.
Jos. L. Davis, Havre de Grace, Md.
LES E TolSLTTK. jr. first
j j w class seaman in me hsiuii curv
United States navy, son of chief of
police Charles E. Pollock,
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Don't buy your Fresh Vegetables and Fruits from "street peddlers'
wagons" that ply up and down the street exposing their vegetables and fruits
to unclean things possibly infected with germs that are blown "hither and
thither" by the winds It is dangerous Ask your doctor.
There is a Standard Store and Market in your neighborhood that has at all
times a complete line of Fresh, United States Inspected Meats, Fresh Vege
tables, Fresh Fruits and everything that you expect to find in a Strictly Modern
Sanitary Grocery Store and Meat Market.
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ceive our prompt and careful attention.- However, owing to the great number
of house-wives that usually phone their orders in each morning between 7 and
10 o'clock, we are unable (owing to our phones being constantly busy) to re
ceive all of your orders in the mornings. Therefore, it will be necessary for a
great number of you to phone your orders in between 10 and 2 o'clock and be
tween 2 and 6 o'clock.
Our fleet of 14 delivery trucks completely cover the city'and suburbs, and
without a doubt we can deliver your orders for less than you can come for them.
Remember that at the Standard Stores you Pay Cash and Pay Less and
receive the very best goods that the markets of the nation afford.
Telephone us your orders. You can pay the delivery boy when he comes
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Tuesday and Wednesday Specials
50 cent bottle O-Cedar Polish for 43c
51.00 can O-Cedar Poliih for 84c
75 cent O-Cedar Mop for 67c
$1.25 O-Cedar Mop for $1.07
We bare been able to buy a limited amount of
Red Kara Syrup, Crystal White and Bine Karo
Syrup, in and 1 gallon cam. Also a limited
amount of Corn Sugar. These goods are coming
from New Mexico and will be placed on sale npon
We made a special effort to secure these goods
in order to co-operate with the U. S. Food Admin
titration in aiding the people of the Southwest to
secure the Tcry best substitute for Granulated Sugar
Car New Mexico Apples
3 pounds Extra Fancy Wine Saps for 25c
Extra Fancy Wine Saps, per box $2.65
4 pounds Fancy Wine Saps for 25c
Fancy Wine Saps, per box $2.40
Choice Wine Saps, per box $2.25
3 cans Iowa State Corn for 41c
3 cans Toledo Country Gentlemen Corn for. . . .50c
2 cans Van Camp's Early June Peas for 37c
Van Camp's Extra Sifted Peas, per can 23c
Van Camp's Hominy, per can 13Vc
Central Brand, Large White Asparagus, a
great bargain, per can 23c
Dcmino Brand Small Green Asparagus, 2 cans
Orders amounting to $1.00 or over delivered free in the city and suburbs.
Buy your Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables from the
Crown Brand Pure Creamery Butter, per lb. . .64c
Process Butter, per pound 55c
Sunflower Brand Eggs, everyone fresh, per
Fancy Head Rice, per pound 12c
Fancy California Pink Beans, per pound. . . .lOVc
Fancy California Beans, per pound 17V!jc
3 packages Skinners' Macaroni or Spaghetti
Quaker Oats, per package 12VzC
Quaker Com Flakes, per package 12c
Quaker Corn Flakes are sweetened and need bnt
little if any sugar. They are fresh, crisp and good.
Ton will like them.
Quaker Grits, per package 15c
Sambo Pancake Flour, per package 14cc
Sambo Buckwheat Flour Just
received, per package 1 7Jc
1 lbs. net In can, per
can ........ v . .5pe
4 lbs. net in can. per
5 lbs. net la can, per
can t S
6 bars Crystal White Soap for 35c
9 bars White Star Soap for : 50c
Large package Gold Dust, regular 30c, for 26c
3 pounds Bulk Laundry Starch for 29c
30 cent size Eddy and Eddy Starch for 26c
Spring Clothes Pins, 3 dozen in box, for 22c
Paddle Bluing, 5c size, 3 for. . . , 10c
"Little Hoy Bine" Bluing, 15c bottle, for 11c
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George H. Durfee, Waterloo, 1L
George TV. Smith, Memphis. Tenn.
William R. Kpler, Philadelphia. Pa.
Zeb Gooden, Chipochee Falls, Mass.
James H. Bryant. oBawell. Okla.
Ernest Wipper. Chicago, I1L
Samuel Aluzzo. Fulton. X. T.
Arthnr G. Bailer, Syracuse, JT. T.
Norman E. Brooks, Sparta, 111.
Stanlelav Dykowskl, St. Louis, Mo.
George Feld, St. Louis, Mo.
August Frontne. Chieksaw, O.
Joseph Gadona. Cohoes, N. T.
Wm. Gallagher. Flat Hirer, Mo. .
Chas. S. Skvreres. St. Paul. Minn.
Chas. F. Walker, Page. Neb.
L. L. Zimmerman. Beaver Valley, Pa.
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Myron Dodge, Washington, D. C.
Leonard Johnson, Fredonia, Kas.
Wm. Kadel. Minersville. Pa.
Antoni Kamlnlskl. Russia.
John L. Kania, Milwaukee. Wis.
Robt. IL Jones. Warren. O.
Verne Harold Day. Rantoul. Kaa
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lioy l. Hastings, Neville, O.
Paul a Irwin. Malvano. Ka
John H. Lelgbton, Boston, Mass.
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Clarence- A. Willis, Ogdensburg, N. J.
Wm. Bath. Negaunee. Mich.
Chas. W. Bordeau. Mason City. la.
Culeas D. Christopher, Columbia. Tenn.
Terry McCarthy, Jersey City, N. J.
Fred Mertx, Columbus. O.
Loots A. Minsk. Brockton, Mass.
Frank Nellis. Adtnuhnrr P.-
Claude Fetteway. Snowhill. N. C
Enr'eo Purgato. Palatka, Mich.
Thoc M. Ray, Livingston, Mont
Gerhard II. Sholr. Minneapolis, Minn
Kdw. J. Sims, Albertvllle, Ala.
Raffaele Bibo. East Boston. Iliu
Alvin F. Dilliplane. Fottstown. Ta.
Wm. J. Keboe, Philadelphia. Pa.
Floyd J. Kelsey. Tonganoiie. Kans.
Theodore L. McNeeley. Topeka, Kas.
Raymond J. Mitchell. Detroit, Mich.
Bernard E. Verlin. Rhoadesvllle, Va. I
i reu . Wallace, Kilbyrllle, Okla.
tgnos A. Dumblauskas, Elizabeth, N J
Harley D. Cross. Carthage, v. V
Onney M. Hudspeth. Corona, jr. T.
Clarence W. Larson. Herman. Minn.
Knrock Megridichian. Providence, R. L
Geo. A. Mulligan. Jersey City, N. J.
David O'Connor, Horseheads, Jf. T.
Vincent Torviso, Worcester, Mass. I
John Patrick Amos, Toledo, O.
Carmine Areurl, Port Chester Jr. T
Harvey T. Chadwick. Charlotte, N. C.
Henry J. Champion, Waddlngton. N. Y.
"am k. i-nampion. Jasper. Ga.
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The following carefully selected Victor Records are included
Victrola at the price advertised:
I Hate to Lose You Quartet
For the Two of Us Duel
Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight
and Joan of Arc
I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time
and Sweet Emalina, My Gal
When I Send You a Picture of Berlin
My Dough Boy One Step
Calicoco Fox lrot
National Emblem March
"Lights Out" March
Tickle Joe Fox Trot
Going Up One Step
A Perfect Day
At the Jazz Band Ball One Step
Ostrich Walk Fox Trot
Gems from "Jack O' Lantern"
Gems from "Leave It to Jane1'
Oriental Fox Trot
U. S. Marine Band
Light Opera Co.
Light Opera Co.
Or. if you prefer you may choose any Records in the Victor
Catalogue amounting to $10.35.
The demand for Vidrolas far exceeds the supply and later We
may not have the model and finish you prefer.
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Geo. W. Pfltsch. Cleveland. Ohio.
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tvm c tc. Ttolllns. Greenville. Tenn
Ole S. 6le Staxrud. Minneapolis. Minn.
Wm. IL Waldron, Newark, N. J.
John S. Olne. Vermillion. S. D.
Roy B. Bayless, St. Louis. Ma -Robt
Thomas Beaver& Flushing, N. T.
TTo.nlil n,mi. Ve Itrunswick. N. J.
Walter II. Boettner. Wellesvljle. N. T.
Louis Emll Bollette. (jarromown, i j.
Walter J. Bonk, New York.
Lewis A. Bright, Red Cloud. Neb.
George IL Buettner. Elizabeth, N. J.
M. Bums, New Tork.
David C. Campbell. Cleveland. O.
Cnas- E. Chriatianson. Graettinger. la. i Michael J. Co'nners. Tonkers, N. T.
James B. Gladson, Bridgeport, Tenn.
.j iemoore, ll
Geo. R. Higgins, Barnesrille, O.
Edwin Jacobson, Flom, Minn.
Troy Fletcher Johnson. Ivanhoe, N. C
Alfred M. Kant. Moville, la.
Chas. Bernard Kehoe, St Louis. Mo
Floyd M. Kev. Kirkwood. Mo
r-awarc A- J.ucia Pass lac. V J
Jnhn T Cndmore. Brooklrn. . X.
LeUnd a Cunningham. Delaware. O.
Ralph J. Davison. Mooers Forks. N. T.
Joseph C Dougherty, Wilmington. DeL
Leroy A. Doyle. Cementon, N. T.
cnrim T. ironlk. Merican. Ia.
Lawrence Freeze, SummltvlUe. Tenn.
James B. Hedge, KanKaKee. ill.
West Jacobs, Marion.
Nicola Tortl. Providence. R, I.
Salvatore TrlBastone. West New York.
Anthony F. Tumas, Philadelphia. Pa.
Carl F. Vogel. Howell, Ind.
Martin F. Vutrick. Westville, HL
Thomas S. Whitaker, ColqullI, Ga.
Michael Zanni. Ardsley, N. Y.
Collins Chambers, Chestertown, Md.
A. DobrzykL Bridgeport, Conn.
Chris. Hansen. McCoofc. Neb.
Wlllard U. Hansen. Wauneta. Neb.
W. Hassanfraatz, Jr.. Weehawken. N. J.
Edwin W. Heninger, Tilden, Neb.
Delbert J. Holllday, Anaconda, Mont.
General B. Hughes. ML HilL Tenn.
Bruce IL Klncaid. Morganton, N. C
Oluf Kutsen. Hatton. N. D.
George R. Nelson, Manila. Utah.
Wm. Nelson, Shawneetown. HL
James J. O'Brien. New York.
Benjamin F. Ross, Centaur, Mo.
John Schultz, Alpena. Mich.
Edgar Weddle. Floyd. Va.
John L. Wilson. Btica. N. Y.
Edwlnd W. Kindt. Buffalo. N. Y.
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Kobert K. Mafeld. Sugar Creek Mo. ! t -r,- T , t,-
Alfred C Meyer. Cl de" Mo ! '.1 'U-?iZ"ZZ.r
Ferdinand Kinzel, West Orange. r. J.
Fred A. Koca. Eldorado Springs. Mo.
Pasquale M. Lorenzo. New York.
August Love, Elko. S. C
Alex Mallnowskt Chicago, HL
John A. Malone, Afton. Tenn.
Clarence S. Manthe. St. Paul, Minn.
John MonUgon. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Jinn, n Afimsnn Norfolk. Neb.
Jos. D. Musser. Eldorado Springs, Mo.
James A. O Brien, Perth AmDoy. .-. J.
Charles G. Pesicka. Cleveland, O.
John Rudy. Cannonsburg. Pa.
Robert J. SL James, Desloge, Ma
William J. Sandy. Lake Forest, I1L
Fred W. Schmidt. Palms, Mich.
Charles Schultz, Chicago. HL
Robert R. Shaw, St. Louis, Mo.
Walter L. Shroyer. Longs. Md.
John E. Snyder, Kansas City, Mo.
Stanley J. Somrau, Menominee, Mich,
Eugene Stackbouse. Wrlgert, La.
Jacob II. Stephens, Sandyhook, Ky.
RalDh J. Thlbodeau, Waterbury. Conn.
Anderson A. Wllburn. Meryvllle. N. C.
Charles R. Wllhite. Taylorville. HL
Thomas K. Williams, Clifford. HL
Anthony C. Anderson, Alto, Mich.
Charles Behrend. W. Philadelphia. Pa.
Milton J. Brounshldle. Kenmore, N. Y.
Leslie D. Callahan. Fall River. Mass.
Gus Chlmpanes, Greece.
Samuel Damlano, Roehelle Park, N. J.
Robert Daugherty, Charleston. Tenn.
Wllford H. Davis, Orangeburg. S. C.
Ralph W. Douglas, Rockland, Mass.
Will Dubose. Bolivar, Tenn.
Howard Duncan, Bedford. O.
James Dunne. Chicago. HL
Harry Effingham, Smithburg, N. J.
William C. GurgeL Rochester. Mich.
Henry Hamburger. Weatherford. Okla.
James E. HeptonstalL Canton, N. Y.
G. C Hlghtower, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Bernard J. HQJve, Chicago, HL
Odes O. Jones, Antiock, Okla.
Alfred Klopping, Howells. N. J.
George L Llnch. Norborne, Mo.
Theodore Manias, Trinidad, Colo.
Joseph Palermo, Rochester, N. Y.
Addison D. Pendleton. Crandon, Va.
John E. Rautb, Glendale. N. Y.
Wharton J. Jlecee, Baltimore, Md.
Earnest A. Richardson. Burlington, la.
Joe R. Sargeant. Neodesha. Kas.
Gerard H. Schumann. Jersey City, N. J.
Custer Singleton. Whitsburg. Ky.
Carl C Smith, Llnesvllle, Ala.
Charles E. Smith, Hagerstown, Md.
John Smore, Falrcuance, Pa.
Nicholas Spoden, Coldsprings, Minn.
E. C. Sutertnelster. Wollasto, Mass
Andrew Tam. Italy.
Helmuth A. Thomas. Blrdlsland. Minn.
Hiram Thorton. Noun, Ma
Heary Todd, New York.
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For the 5temaeh and Liver
Just try one Sc bottle of LAX-FOS
with pepsin. A Liquid uigesuve
Laxative. Pleasant to take. Now
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A recuperative diet In Influenza.
Horllck's Malted Milk, very digestible,
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J and has sent an officer to New Or
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plications from this district for ad
mission into this scnooL according to
information received by Lieut S. P.
Tracht. In charge of the local naval
Applicants must be between 28 and
4fit years old. meet the physical re
quirements for line officers of the
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chanical, mining, chemical, electrtcal
or civil engineering at some college
of recognized standing, or possess
training and experience considered
After finishing this course of traln-
1 ing, candidates will be commissioned
ensigns in the naval reserve force,
with pay at the rate of J 1700 per year,
plus allowances for sea duty and for
dependents. They will be assigned to
duty as engineer officers In the aux
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KSwlOSa 6 Bell-ans
ITjSSJ Hot water
Z W 'fiJ Sure Relief
As Spanish Influenza,
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GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC
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good plan is not to wait until you are
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lt, 2 pk i
. pkit& 2 pkjes....
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scar J loll (Ml Oatv 0 os.
Itjxon Raklnc Powder.
Golden Kjck Macaroni, per
SrarcMIsht Jymp, Cane and Corn,
Hill Conn tr Country Sorrrhnm, qnart can
itanicifM cocoa, K lb. Una.
Rankle. Cocoa, H lb. ttn. .
Ilnnklc'M Cocoa. 1 lb. tins..
MjCfcthoiue TVanhlnir Powder, mall ptcsrs.l
Lljcht IIoae Wnnllnr Powder. lanrc pfar7.
CDdabrA Goblin Mechanic Soap, per rakei. ....... Se
WrlKley OIItIIo Toilet Soap, per cakei. 10c
Pcct'a Crane Oil Soap, per enke iQe
Jap Ttne Glycerine Sonp. per cake A lOo
wool soap, ror Bnla or Lanndrx per cake (Clarke cake)... . . .30c
I'alry Soap. 4 calcca J... 25o
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fotable Dr. KinsTa Kew Life Pills.
Correct that biliousness, headache,
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Oregon 11 rick Checae
?vew York Cream Caeeo
A VLc. Twin Cream Cbeewe
W'Uc. Imsbora Cm Cheese
X. Y. Saa-e frenm Cheese
Green (Chile Chceso
Phoenix nf-a Cheese
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