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THE EVENING WORLD, WI DVSVD'A'T, A'TBTL 18, 1ICT.
MOTHER LEAVES BABY
WITH WILLIAM GAYNOR
AND THEN DISAPPEARS
Mr. Gaynor Calls Police When
Infant Checked With Him
William Oaynor, seventeen 7 Mrs elrl,
w knae tumttiess It la to cheek sable
wly'J tktlf mother go shopping In the
M Klanlsxan Compsny' department
Hope, at Westcdiester and Third svo
miM. the Mrnnx. haa dpolded that hi
mmesake In tho City Mall doesn't have
nearly to many troubles In running the
lty as William, the younger, does In
limns lW joh U "Admiral of the Baby
I rrle Kleet."
rilajht. at I o'clock, all of th
Inindrr.l ami fifty ha Me who had heen
ltd In WlPl-im'. rare during ths after
t.ooo had been called for except on.
William walt.'I sime Urns after ths
tegular iloslnir lime, and still the baby
wa um allcd for. As the minutes crept
fey after ti o'llnck both William and
His baby grew vlx.bly nervous. Althoukii
WlllUm bsi taken car of from one
hundred an. I fifty to two hundred bablta
dally for MM time, he had never he
tore been left with one on his hands.
After a brle consultation with ths baby,
bo was about two weeks old, William
'ti".. I the police.
When latent O'ltourke heard that
William tlaynor desired Ills services lie
lost no time in sending Patrolman Koo
ny to the store. When he arrived the
officer's indecision and bewilderment
were ad.lcd to the Indecision and bewil
derment of WIIKam, the employer and
the baby, which produced In all conoid
The ba.iy MTOd the day, however, by
making unmistakable signs that he
fcwind hla confinement Irksome, and tht
lie would fain be travelling. He didn't
know where he was going, but he
"anted to be on his way. The baby
wo wheeled lo I he police etatlon.
William said the woman who left the
haby was striking looking, had dark
ej.s .and hair and was handsomely
dressed. The haby was also welt
dressed, flay Adams, member of the
firm, remembered a woman correspond
Inf with the description had left a baby
at the store about a year ago and had
departed In the eame mysterloua fash
Ion. The baby Is at Bellevue Hospital.
New Brighton will have a boll at Co
lumbia HsU, Richmond Terraee, PR
The Seaside A. C. of Aunadale will
have a dance at Bamberger's Pavilion,
Htlngville. neit Saturday evening.
Miss Nellie Andravstts of Plrasannt
Plain, has returned from a visM to
friends In Brooklyn.
The Progressive School Club of PlesS
ant Plains will havs a meeting In the
assembly hall of Public School No. I
early In May.
The Acquthongs A. C. of Tottenvlji,
will hold a fair at the clubhouse on
April M, S and M.
Mrs. David Johnson of Princes Bay
has returned from a visit to friends in
Port MonmotitH, K. J.
The Lodleo Aid Metr the Dutch
Heteroses! Ohurch. Hugueoot. will hove
a supper In th lecture room of the
church to-morrow evening.
Mr. Annie A. Stuart of Von Doner
street, Stapleton, I visiting friends In
Baltimore. Mo will remain two weeks.
The Ladles' flouthBeld Bowling Club
J will roll on Bamberger's Alleys, EKIng-
vllle. tMf evening.
Timothy, Roberts will deliver a lecture
on "Prom Sumter to Appomattox" In
Public School No. 20, Jtoberton avenue,
Port Itlchmond, next Friday 'evening.
The Uultd of the Protestant Church
of ths Holy Comforter, Rev. William
A. Nlohole, pastor, KlUngvlllc. haa
elected these officers President, Wash
ington Russell; Vice-President. Walter
Pol lion. Secretary-Treasurer, Robert
Whltlock; Warden, Lyman Whltlock.
Mr. and Mr. Joseph Oliver of Anna
dale ere sojourning in Manhattan.
A bazaar will b held In the home of
Mrs. George Doty, Princes Bay, on
Michael O'Neill of Great Kills ha re
turned after a two years' stay In
i Miss Hilda Croft of Wood ovenue.
Tottenvllle, 1 book from o two months'
trip In the West India.
Mrs. William Ewert of Great KIM ha
returned from a visit to friends In
STOLE THREE CHICKENS.
GETS THREE MONTHS' TERM.
Ton Persons ScHtelKJfd Yttttrday In '
Ihe Jihles; Three Wets'
St Free. 1
Thirteen prisoners were arraigned yes
terday for eentence In the Supreme
Cburt and General Sessions. Ths dls- )
position of each was as follows:
BY JUSTICE EAIURY.
Henry Caequerettl, twenty-four year
old, of No. M East One Hundred anil i
Twcnty-flfth street; 'hriti Ketrkert.
nineteen yrors oM, of No. 431 Eaat One
Hundred and Twenty-second street, and
Edwin K. Morris, twenty-two years old,
of No. MS Boot One Hundred and Tweh-ty-oevonth
street, convicted of twrgksry
at No. UKl Madison avenue; first of
fenders; Cooquerelll, eight months in
penitentiary; Pelokert and Morris to
Joseph HaetlmTS, twenty-one years old,
of Shelton. Conn., and John Fay, twenty-one
year old, of No. 3430 Second ave
nue; each pleaded guilty to attempted
theft or M from Paul Vogel of No. 1"7
East One Hundred ami Twenty-firth
street; first offense: sentence eusprnded.
Christopher Satumo, twenty-nine
year old, of No. 104 Rerrtan street,
Stapleton, 8. I.; pleaded guilty to theft
of three chlc.ke.ne from railroad car on
float at foot of West Twenty-elath
street; first offense: penitentiary three
V JUDGE M ALONE.
John Hherlook, twenty year old, of
STATEN ISLAND NOTES.
The Narragansett Club of Port Rich
mond will have a dinner at Hugot's
Crystal Gardens, New Brighton, this
evening. The speakers will be Mayor
Otto witipenn of Jeroey City; Mayor
Cornelius I'ronin of Bayonne, County
Judge J. Ilsrry Tlcrnan. District-Attorney
Albert C, Each and Sheriff Josepn
Miss Jennie McCrory of Stapleton has
returned from n Visit to friends In Rock
vlll Centre, L I.
The Itlchmond Gray Battalion Fife,
Drum and Huglc forpa will have a
dance at the German Club Rooms,
Stapleton. on April 23. On the Commit
tee of Arrangement are J. Stanton
Brown, ltd Ward T. Kiefer. Oacar
Simpson, Charles W. Flynn, Charles B.
Sthaefer and Frederic D. Stuart,
praham C, Hunter will deliver a lec
ture on "Hawaii, the Paradise of tilt
Paclllc," In Public School No. 1. Tot
tenvllle. next Friday evening.
Tho Immediate Relief Society of ttH
BlUtllHUnl Of Water Supply, Gas and
Klectrlclty of Richmond Borough, has
appnlntiil a commlMee to arrange for a
Picnic In June.
.Mrs. William Hamilton nf New Brigh
ton Is with friends In Hartford. She
will remain a week.
Tho Alaska Baseball Club of West
VETERAN COMEDIAN DEAD.
Josaa Dillon Expires at Asjo of
Elajhty-oae la Cnlrasro.
John Dltton, who thirty year ago was
the favorite comedian of the Middle
West, died of pneumonia In Chicago
yesterday at the ears of eighty-one. It
wa a manager of John Dillon oa the
circuits radiating out of Chicago to
(Jenaha. Dea Moines, Kansas City and
such towns that Daniel and Oue Froh-
I man discovered their arentua far theatri
John Dillon' stories, a told off th
stase. were almost a famous ss the
tale attributed to Lincoln. Mr. Dillon
had a wonderful facility of facial ex
I presslon, which, added to hi droll varia
tion of voice, drew roars of laughter
from audience over the simplest of hi
(From the Bostoa Transcript,)
"It this a healthy town?"
"Healthy! Why, when I came here I
only weighed sixty pound, and now
look at me. I tip she ocal at lsu."
"Been here long?"
"Lemme see; I guess I wa eight
when I arrived."
fresh slf sa soartskla food srs
rts.lut.iy ascMssty la Oghilns
la saMlUee w ess MOM lr tee
Ml s Sftsarstles wblck has
enslss uaaaldnakla success bah
h.r. aad Is lure. I trasUs
tussrc.lo.il and sll Missiles' OS)
t lafif BtOf JT OftBI.
Tkis ssrsOes, salsk asa ss
Male so aw asslr tsfkssa, I
HI 1st sVssaVer. New Tsrk CM
Distributed by nisrr-Har.
sun Rtisss .nil sll leading
You Can Live to
Be a Hundred
If Tea Are Cerefsl of Your Health.
Everything you sat -r drink, whsthsr
normal or to axesss. turns Ints nourish
ment and poison, l.'pon ths pruper ills
chars, of ths polseniftis mstt.r deoends
vour health aad lows life. If ths system
become siusxlsh and Inactive you havs
Sot to belo It out. Sums remedy Is necef
sarv to cleans vcur body. What shall It
he'' You must ba careful of cathartics
whn.e areolrat value Is In their aaiertln-
lnr. You must sel.ot a remedy which la
especially designed to assist Nature In this
important task. A new and scientific
combination called llunvedl Janes nil.
hs. lu.t nuw been placed on ths narket.
The iMrniri havs th word of eminent
physicians and scdsntlsts thst this comb!
nation Is ths most perfect, ssatl.st and
moat sensible rsmedy for Btomsch and
I. Ivor Disorders. Constipation, ate. Their
value and economy Is In the small Quan
tlty which Is to b taksn an or two pills
at nlaht ami the certainty of their ac
tlon without arlulns. It will pav you to
try them to-nlxht. You'll a. the reason
h ihe neit mornlnl. Price 22 c.nLa.
at any up-to-date I)ru Store, or by mall
from A. px:nner. new tors.
252 to 256
Half Price Sale
SEMI-ANNUAL REDUCTION SALE IN WHICH
EVERY SUIT AND COAT IN THE ENTIRE
STORE IS INCLUDED.
Serge, Eponge, Bedford Cord snd Moire
Formerly up to $35.00 Formerly up to $45.00
SPRING & SUMMER CPA TS
cKoire, Eponge and Bedford Cord
Formerly up to $25.00 Formerly up to $35.00
HIGHER PRICED GARMENTS AT SIMILAR
lo like an egg without Salt.
Genuine Merit Required to Win
til People's Confidence
Have roll ever Mopped to rcaion why
it is that so innny products that are ex
tensively advertikcu, all ut once drop out
til sight and are soon forgotten? The
reason is plain -the article did not fiil.il
the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies mure particularly to a medicine.
A medicinal preparation that bus real
curative value almost sells itself, as like
an endless chain system the remedy i
recommended by those who have been
cured to those who are in need of it
In an interview on the subject a prom
inent local druggist says "Take for !
ample Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Itoot, n
preparation I have sold for many yean
sod never hesitate to recommend, for
in almost every ca it shows immediate
results, as many of my customers testify
No other kidney r. niedy that 1 know ut
has so large a sale."
The success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root is due to the fuct that it fulfils every
wish in overcoming kidney, liver and
bladder diseases, corrects urinary trou
bles and neutralize the uric acid which
A free trial bottle will be sent by
mail, absolutely free. Address Dr.
Kilmer k Co., Ilingbamton, V Y., nml
mention this paper. Hcgulai site Im,
ties sold at all druggists -oO- and l 00
PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T Bti
People Notice It. Drlvo Them OA
with Olive Tablet.
A pimply face will not embarrass you much
longer if you get a package of Dr. Edward
Olive Tabids. The pimples will vanish aftn
you have taken the tablets a few nights.
Nothing ever cleansed the blood, the bowel
and the liver like Olive Tablets.
Olive Tablets are the only successful sut
ttitute for calomrl they oil the bow-l
there's never any sickness or pain alter taking
Olive Tablets do all that calomel does and
just as effectively, but their action n gentle
and safe instead of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets is evet
cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bat
breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling
constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition
Olive Tablets are made of pure vegetable
compounds mixed with olive oil.
Dr. Edwards spent years among pttirnti
afflicted with liver and bowel complaints
tnd Olive Tablets are the immensely effective
Try them. Take one nightly for a week
Then look at yourself in the glass and see
how you feel. 10c and 25c per boa.
. The Olive Tablet Company, t olumbus. 0,
No tin eel l-'iftj -eighth .(rent, plead
ed entity carrying a blaiklak. MM
offSaM I Klmtra Iteformatory.
V JUDGE CHAIN.
Alfonso Im iHmHce. twenty-seven
ve.trs old. of No. 110 Knet Korty-stxth
street; plen led guilty csrrvlns a re
volver: second ofTense, penitentiary
eifrht month. i
Henry Walker, twenty-secen years
old, of No. U; Third avenue, pie. del
gallty stabbing nharle White of No.
IM West Thirty-ninth street In tight at
Fortieth street and Klghth avenue, sec
ond ofTense; penitentiary one year.
Ianlel Durkln. twenty-nine yearo old,
of No. H41 Washington avenu; plead
ed guilty shooting bullets si mirror In
ssloon at No. 4St Third avenoe; eecond
offense, penitentiary als month.
VHtorio Mlnsjeol. tsrenty-ottht years
old. of No Finn otroot. pleaded
guilty carrying a revolver, first offense;
penitentiary elx nratvrh.
tleorge Colvln. twenty-two years old.
of No. 77 Eaet One Hundred and Tsren
tv -seventh street; pleaded guilty bur
glary at No. tn East one Hundred and
Twenty-sseventh street, first offense,
lAwrenre Miller, thlrty-elve year old.
of No. UBt Third avenue: pleaded guilty
forging chei for 178 on the Security
Rank; first offense, restitution m.oVe,
sentence stispeti le I
I dime'. sjn Killed
IsOMOON, piH 1 J M Mtloe.
son or Thomas Marlowe, the managing
Irteter of the lally Mall, was killed in
sn automobile accident yesterday near
t'amrhrldgr, where he was student t
the university. The event has caused
rteeip regret In LoejMP. pre circle.
Do You Feel
r lac ka eae er HtasktU
I Pwggast mm wmtdMM
I nil? tJ( WadssV
TfsvsslfMtg LsW DsTWsV
It is because of. tome dercnjrement or diMue
distinctly feminine. Write Dr. R. V. Pierce's
Faculty at Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, N.Y.
Consultation is free aad advice is strictly in
Pr.pienx'i Favorite Prescription
restores the health and spirits and remotes those
painful symptoms mentioned above. It has been
sold by druggists for over 40 years, in fluid form.
at 11.00 per pottle, Riving general atUfaction. It CM ,
bow be had in tablet form, a modified by R. V. Pierce, M.O.
MOST SICKNESS COMES
FROM WEAK, INACTIVE KIDNEYS
Recent Reports Show Hun
dreds Suffer with Kidney
Troubles and Don't
There are scores of oervoti. tired,
run-down people throughout the dty.
suffering wifh pain is th back sad
sides, dlkgv spells, weaknesses of the
bladder ffreqtieatly causing eaoov
aave at sight), who Ml tn realise the
serioussss ef tketr tteeMee iatll seek
eeseitlase ss aWaele rsUsaMtless. Mad
der trrasUi. drssjay. disk tea at seas
Bright' dUoose result.
All this Is da le weak, isaetwa kid
neys. Th kidneys ere the filter of
the blood. nd so ess ess be well esd
health unless the kidney work prop
erly. It i even more important than
that th bowel more regularly.
If ywa suffer with seek symptoms
don't neglect yourself another day and
run th ri.k of serious complications.
Secure an original package of the new
dseoery, Croxone, which costs lint 0
trifle, and commence it use at once.
Whoa you have takes s lew Hose, you
will be surprised how differently you will
Cswsea euro the want cases of hid
say, bladder trouble, aad rheumatism,
because it removes tho cause. It cleans
eat the kidneys, aad make them filter
eat aH the poisonous waste matter and
tie ssid that lodge le the Joint aad
m els, causing rheamaam; swathe,
ad hesl the bladder sad quickly re
Beoie ywa ef all year misery.
Tee wU And Ciaawsse sWforeat from
oil ether swasodtet. There is noUiag ris
en eortk Uke it. It matkar sat how old
ruaraer how leagyoahaT (uffered. it
o prepared thst it is practically im
possible to Uke it isAo ths hemes system
You can aecwre ea original package si
Croxone from say first' class druggist.
All druggists are authorised tn personally
return t he purchase price if it fail togive
the desired result the very first timeyou
Sunday World Wants
J Work Monda VV'oi.ders.
"Everybody's Going to the Big Store99-
Winv I naoi
rou tak r.
is am ru
W 6O1 MO
A1 AM' OJV
esBassst SemiMM jj1 s jf7T
l cVswt'.J IP0I'J 'A i A
a' vh mo I
Greenhut-Siegel Cooper Co.
Both Sides of 6th Ave., 18th and 19th Streets
Nothing Better for Spring and Summer Wear Than
White Canvas Button Shoes
2.50 and '3 Oxfords, Pumps and Colonials, in $ " f FT
Smart Styles; Tomorrow, at 1 Zw9 f
No need to emphasize this as a big bargain. All you have to do is to come to our Shoe
Department, tomorrow, and see how The Big store otters you the choicest spring aad
summer footwear tor me lowest price.
You may be going to the seaside, or to the southern resorts ; hence, without a
question, you'll want a pair or two of these shoes. They come in canvas, button.
with plain or tipped toe, high Cuban neeis ana uooayear-weitea soles. Like
wise Oxfords, Pumps and Colonials, in white canvas, with hand-turned soles
snd covered Cubsn heels; in every else and width aad In every U AEf
style ; tomorrow, st.
Women' $4 Fool-Mould While " Nu-buck" But
ton Shoes mode of genuine white "No-buck";
with Good yer-wel led sols; msdium short
vsmp; high Cubsn heel; every site Innr
and width; psir a5.7
Women's $4 "Gsby" Colonial Pump
season's nswsst novelty, in grsy, brown snd
blsck suede ; slso whits "Nu-buck" ; neai buckls
to match; nsw Cubsn Louis XVI. heels ; hand -lurnsd
solss; every sits snd svsry lAQf
width ; psir dS.IO
(Sernna Kloor. MAIN Bulkttni.)
t hUdrea'e fl.to sad 13 Norms" OrlheeedJc
Feet-Perm Shoes pstsai isstbsr sad gss
metsl calfskin ; button style ; Goodyesr-wehed
soles ; sll site from S to II
SSe le SSc Goed-PUsed Mas, Caff
aMrf Wwsehsl-eask 9
le ssaw.it Cmm C tabto
J jekssgaaaxm el rsa s sVsssassssssw 4ssW ssS Wlosssm
ISmmBBj-i Mjmj gSJwWSItssw ww Dlwf t
at this leee-thss-wlK
yoa caa use them
or far gssssrsl
15c Lonsdale Cambric
Only 15,000 yards; Tomorrow, a yard
(Bleached.) Full yard wide. An ideal fabric for women's
and children's wear. NOT MORE THAN 20 YARDS TO A
Plain and Fancy White Goods i
19c and 25c Grades; Tomorrow, a Yard Xd2
Only 375 pieces. More than 40 patterns and styles for
. a ccriDT mi i- n i s iimi.i ih xis i awrav
vour cnoicc. i-" - . .
LAPPET STRIPED AND PLAID; ALSO PLAIN LAWNS
(Main Floor, MAIN Building)
Other Sales (1SrsVM-0
Women's Stylish Costs formsrly
priced to 121.78; hi rjc
it. I IP
Formsrly pricsd to $s f fVfw
$27.40. st lU.iO
( learasrr of Women s Blouses
$1 snd 11.25 vlue,
Copies of 12 Blouse,
CUarsncs of "Mussed"
Blouses, value to $2, st
Annual Sale of Trunks, Bag, Steamer Rugs snd Suit
Br Bed Outfit st iha special
? rices :
SO Outfit for
25 00 Outfit for 14.80
35.00 Outfit for 2S.00
50.00 Outfit for 30.00
4.50 Utility Basse, st SM0
Misses' A fteenoon
Serge Coats big ps
A New Collect tea ef Trimmed
Millinery tomorrow, f
Yoatb sad Young Mea's Salts
formsrly pricsd to Sll; $Q Q
tomorrow, st vjOO
sails for Big Mea sltss 40 to
sin oa rolinsd carbon Nnish; big
Framed Picture choice grsvurss;
vsrlsty of subjscts;
3.50 Dome Celling Q rj
Llghls lor oil or gss; at
tThifd User. MAIM Ball!.)
tie rWa Taftwts Wkksa
silk; ptak, Mas aad whits;
SH.meass wise; -s m
reel; 54 las. PA
w" rsr j.vj.U'ii'i
I r lew nesr.esain smiiessg i
terieie and irvtss : at
First PUer, MAW sVsSSIa.)
Dryer II drying bars which
caa be folded under shell OA
when not In use, at awUC
(GBEBNHUT Ball! a. Mala fleer.)
Quaatllsss llSsWsi )
Great Sale of Fine Wilton Rugs
Grades as Fine as Those We Offer Are Rarely Marked at Such Low Prices.
All these rugs are in guaranteed grades. New and beautiful patterns, and in a full range of popular sizes.
Wilton Rugs i smau-btze itugs Axmln&ter Ruga Wilton nuga Axminater Ruga
Reaulsrly Sis Ssl. Pr'ct Ktgulrrlt Slss Sslc Price ktgulsrly Slss Ssls Trie. R.gulsrlr Sll Sals Pries
$9 00 38x63-inch $7.59 $7.50 36x3-inch $5.75 $5.50 27x54-incb $4.25 52.25 27xS4-inch $1.95
ovi?tr BSfi&o1 '9U Joxoj-incn o.fa joxu-incn a.zo 4.25 27X94-incn s.oe l.s :x-incn i.o
" sfW MvHt.lnch K.Sa 1 ftO .ta7A-isirli 9 BK1 1 7 M.U.ierh 9 K I OH ?7vU.lnrh I K
oww wwssr wewv v ws v vv 1 v,n e f o V a - S-SW mm aaear esr m IWV as nw ss iaaaa .ww
54 00 8.3x10.5 ft. 37.5! 6.75 38x63-inch 4.75. I
(OBBBNHUT Bu.ld.ng, First Flesr )
Your Grocery Bill Is Less Here!
In many ceses you are enabled to secure your eatables and drinkables at prices as low as those quoted at wholesale.
Don't forget that everything here is fresh and the best of its kind. Full weights and measures guaranteed. Mail and telephone
orders filled 'phone CHELSEA 4,000.
i, IM, l l.F.MON, OYSTER, GRAHAM
i IN CRISP SODAS aoi., 3d;; 1Q .
h r.g. S..- pscssgse
VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA csn, "-;
;;bb "I ' 20c
T: s ssmple cup st th. dt roon.lrstion.
MINT SAUCE -fSf s.rvlng wit
spring Ismb, site. I bslSi Srsfls
SANTA Cl.ARA PRUNES
to :ts., Met "i
NF'Ot' PETITE PRUNP.S -
10 lb., 47c; ft lt.
I M V SANTA i I AHA PRUNES
- ft lbs., 70c; 2 lb.
NtW SUHAR CORN Millord in..
quslily; flei., 41.14; csn ivw
VMIITE MEA1.Y PdlATOES
120 lb. bsn, IIJSl OS.,
bushel, Ml Ih., Ml II lbs
CALIFORNIA SF.F.DEO RAISIMS
6 pscksg.s, tSt I rg. 10c psjksg. . -
We Roast Coffee
Com. aad s. .off, roast. a1 is
i '' D.psrtmsit.
COMBINATION BI.KNI) COFPSI
. 10 lb., 2.hft; IV, lb. , II; lb.
SELECTED SANTOS CHI I UK
ft lb. , II. IS) J lbs
GUAOAIALI HI END COI I EE
10 lb., WHO; J lb. , II; Ik...
I ANCY HAJIACAlBO COFI Bl -III
lb. , ". 4 Ih. , II ; lb
BORDEN'S V.IIK CHOI Dl ATI: ill.
.1 r.g. Im cakes mO
SHREVSBUHY NUHY HF.ETS
r.g. Jftc l.rgs glss far, . . .
f.ARDENIA BRAND UIMON CLINOI
(or d.M.rl or er,ing Sits cr.stii fur
hrrskls.l; doi., SI 03; 17.,
r.g. 2ft. I. II
FANCIEST HEAD RICE -10
lb. . Sftc; ft lbs
NEW HOI I.ED 1 1 i vi i A -Ki
lbs., Me ft lbs
PURE BAKBADOES MOI ASSES
gsilnn, sftc; qusrt ,
I ThirJ l losr,
Pride of the Kitchen
CLEANSER OR SCOURING SOAP
doj., St u.u.lly ft. .s.'k; Hi
asseisl, 2 for ,v
HA7FI til OSS STARCH '2.Ac
.'k. ood.n ho. 47. J-lh. csrtsn seeSi
0RANULATBD lAL-SOOA 4.
10 lbs, Ilk; pa.ksgs
Macaroni and Cheese
M I'l.Hl'IR OUAI ITY
i p..ksgs., 41c.
r.g 10: l-IS, ssl V1RI sacks. .
NL YORK STATE CHEIiSE
lb , Iftc; 2-lb. cut
FJUNTAIN QUALITY macaroni OR
srAt.tir.TTi -ei . i I JS
I 14k. nsl .iht ps.kaga.
HA7.EI. POWDERED BORAX - q.,
I'll, ps.ksgs. 4.1:; I lb ps.kag. . ul-
Pillsbury's XXXX Flour
Bsrr.1 1 . I'M big
Puerto Rico Coffee
Guaranteed by Ik Inaular GeversaMSI.
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famous originals Neatly framed
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