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PAGE SIX
SfiAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1920
SPECIALISTS
In the examination of eyes and lh
fitting of correct glasses.
NORTH RUP OPTICAL CO.
9 E. Adams St.
Phono 690 for appointment
Science
and Art
Fitting len
ses to your
eyes is an
exact science.
Designing the glasses
. to suit your style is an
art. Our service covers
your every need and
your utmost desires.
TRY US!
'Munson Optical Co.
8 East Washington St
15
Phoenix
3S i .3
88 East Washington St.
Aiv Goldbergs' Clothing
- Store
0
Phone 8089
Phoenix Seed and
Feed Company
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Baruch & Co, Inc.
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
PURE iCE GOOD.SERVICE
ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House in the Stat
Guaranteed
TITLES
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
- mi i, mn,r t, if-ir mitr, f n
Q I Buy Diamonds and
Pay Highest Cash Price
PJack Gardner
45 N. CENTRAL
AVED
WEDDING INVITATIONS
AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS
mMAfHIFAiniIR!NG STAIIIINERH-
Capt. E M. Robison
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
United States Senate
' Republican Primary -
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for quick and
efficient service
O. E. BELLAS
610 North First St.; Phone 2875
LOANS EASY
TO GET
In sums up to $300 at lawful rates,
on your furniture, piano, automo
bile, livestock, implements, etc
Repay in small monthly payments
if desired. Ample funds. Just and
courteous treatment. Strictly con
fidential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST
MENT COMPANY
Phone 1396. 23 East Washington
Arizona Iron Works, Inc.
P. O. Box 575 Phone 1271.
Three blocks south of State Cap
ital between Jackson an.d Harri
son Streets.
We have an up-to-date Foundry
and Machine Shop and specialize
In repairing Mining and Cotton Gin
machinery.
E. C. VOSS, Manager.
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TRAd1TP COUNCIL'S
WEATHER REPORT
Reservoir, elevation 209.34
Reservoir, contents, acre feet. . 1,116.033
Lpss, 24 hours 1,653
Klevution, year ago 176.42
Contents, year ago 673,997
Water used, north side 54,860
Water used, south side 52,290
WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Thursday unsettled, pos
sibly local showers north and east
portions; Friday generally fair and
warmer.
Colorado: Thursday and Friday, un
settled, probably local showers and
cooler.
New Mexico: Thursday and Friday
unsettled, possibly scattered local
showers; cooler Friday.
WEATHER REPORT
K 5 5
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3 2 "0
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Stations . .
8 : :
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Rain
Clear
Clear
Clear
Cloudy
Rain
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudv
Cloudv
Cloudy
Clear
Clear
Pt. CIdy
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudv
Cloudy
Pt. Cldy
Clear
.10
.00
.0
.00
.00
.00
.01
.01
.00
.00
.00
.24
.18
.34
.00
.00
.oo
.00
.00
.01
.00
.00
.56
.12
.00
.00
Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
Temp., dry bulb . .
Tem;., wet bulb
Humidity, per cent
Wind from
Wind, miles
Rainfall
.80
92
92
74
43
. .69
..59
..E
.. 8
.. 0
73
v 40
SW
4
0
Weather i. Clear Clear Cloudv
Highest yesterday 97
Lowest yesterday ' 77
Total rainfall 00
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
2 degrees.
Deficiency in temperature since the
first of the month. 19 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since Jan: 1. 93 degrees.
Normal precipitation Jan. 1 to . date,
4.62 inches.
Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
5. S3 inches.
Excess sinee Jan. 1. 0.71 inches
JAMES II . GORDON.
.Cotton Region Bulletin
NEW ORLEANS, La., Aug.
1S.-
Day ' temperatures continued below
normal in central and northwestern
districts, otherwise near seasonable.
Moderate to heavy rains have fallen
in GeorgU and Alabama and numerous
showers in other sections east of Mis
sissippi river and In Louisiana and
southeastern Arkansas; few showers
in northern Texas and some rain also
in northern Oklahoma but special re
ports missing. . -
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HIGHWAYS WEATHER BULLETIN
River Crossings
Saca-ton: The river is running about
a foot of water and is unsafe for cars
to cross at present.; '
Cochise County
All main roads in good condition,
except Texas Canyon between Benson
and Dragoon. Advise routing from
Benson to Tomhstone-Gleeson-Court-land-Pearce
and Cochise. This route Is
20 miles longer than by Benson.
Coconino County
County roads in fair condition; rough
from Geronimo to San Carlos.
: Greenlee County
All roads in county in first class con
dition: all streams bridged. All roads
have gravel surface, well packed.
Gila County
General condition: Roads are dry
and dusty. Globe-Winkelman-Hayden
road jn good cbndition. Roosevelt
Payson road in fine shape.
Maricopa County
Prescott - Wiekenburg road good.
Black Canyon fair by way of Avenue
16. To Florence, new state highway
out of Mesa.. Tempe bridge open for
light vehicles. Coast: Parker route
best. Ajo road fair by Buckeye and
Gila Bend.
Navajo County ..
Holbrook-Winslow road bad on south
side of river. Tourists should take road
just north of Santa Fe railroad. Beda--hochi
Wash crossing impassable on
Kean.s Canyon road. Kse road Just
north of Twinn Buttes. All other roads
good.
Whiteriver: Roads across reservation
are rough but dry and hard except for
e son places at the higher eleva
tions. Pima County
All main roads in the countv in crind
shape; balance fair. Federal road to
Mt. Lemon is completed.
Pinal County
Mountain roads in good condition;
valley roads dusty and rough. Florence
Casa Grande road bad due to- recon
struction; take desert roads between
these two points. ...,
, Santa Cruz County " "' " '
Several storms last week; roads
washed out in several places through
out cornty.
. Yavapai County
Roads fn good condition. Daily rains,
but no w-ashouts or high water.
Yuma County
Khrenberg ferry open to traffic. Roa
in eood conditicn.
Parker: Road via Parker and Needles
in good condiiton.
JAlfES H. GORDON.
CITY BHTOGNE
CONCERT TONIGHT
The city band will give its regular
weekly concert at 8:15 o'clock tonight
at Federal park, First Ave., and Mon
roe street.- The program will be as
follows :
March. Second Regimental Connecti
cut National Guards Reeves.
Popular, a. O step. 'top It"
Kaufman. b. Fox trot. "Desert
Dreams." Lewin
Overature. Orpheus. Ofrenbach.
Celebrated Minust, Paderewskl.
Walt.e, fall of Ixive, Harper.
Popular, a. I'm Always Falling in
Love With the Other Fellow's "Girl,
Meyer. b. '"Inlian Trai.r DelaTfnater!
A Slippery Rap, Miss Trombone. Fill
more. Sweet and Low, Johnson.
Boston 60 6&
Buffalo 70 .78
Chicago 74 "!
Denver .... 78 8S
Flagstaff 66 74
Fresno 96 96
Galveston 80 -84
Kansas City .... 76 84
Los Angeles . .-r. 74 80
Minneapolis .... 8-2 S8
Xeedles 100 100
New Orleans .... 82 86
New York . 72 80
Oklahoma 76 80
PHOENIX 92 97
Pittsburg 78 80
Portland. . Ore. . . 74 74
St. Louis 84 90
Salt Lake City ..78 80
San Diego 66 72
San Francisco .. 60 68
Spokane 68 70
Tucson 1 84 92
Washington 76 84
Winnipeg .-86 92
Yuma 96 96
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State Capitol Building at Memphis,
Tennessee, where woman suffrage was
finally ratified. -
The structure was erected in 1845
and has been the scene of many ex
citing sessions, but the special ses
sion which ratified suffrage yesterday
places the Tennessee capitol among the
celebrated government buildings of
this country and one that will long
be remembered by the woman voters.
locaffirieis
TWO FELONY CHARGES J I. Mc-
Kelvey yesterday was arraigned be
fore , Justice McKee on two felony
charges and was released under a bond
of $500 which he furnished to appear
for examination on the charges next
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. The
complaining witness in both charges is
Senon Valenzuela who alleges in the
first charge of grand larceny that Mc-
Kelvey took a white and black bull be
longing to him. In the second charge,
obtaining property by means of false
pretenses, Valenzuela alleges that Mc
Kelvey represented to N. K. Abramoff
that he was the owner of four cows and
one calf. Abramoff, he says, deliv
ered the cows to McKelvey on Decem
ber 26, and claims that they were his
property in possession of Abramoff.
WIFE. ASKS DIVORCE Charging
desertion and failure to provide her
with the necessities of life, Grace Duval
yesterday brought suit for a decree of
divorce from Charles Duval. She says
they were married at-Yuma, January
22, 1917, and asks that her maiden
name, Grace Bilister, be restored her.
AM. LEGION CHARTERS HERE
Permanent charters have been received
at the office of the American Legion
for the posts which have made appli
cation for them and which have been
operating under temporary charters.
There are only a half dozen of them,
though there are 36 posts in the state,
all of which have been invited to make
application. The charters are hand
somely engraved bearing a silver seal
over a ribbon in which are combined
the colors of the army, navy and the
marines.
CONCERNING JOHN A. COWAN
Mrs. Alice Gregg, writing to The Re
publican from Modesto, Cal., concern
ing an inquiry recently made through
this paper about John A. Cowan, 'says
that she was an intimate friend of the
wife of Mr. Cowan, but since the death
of his wife she has not been in touch
with him. She says, though, that Cow
an has a brother-in-law, William A.
Azay, living at Thatcher, this state.
INQUIRIES ABOUT BROTHER A
l?tter has been received by The Repub
lican from Mrs. Hannah Bailtv of
248 Laurel street, Hartford, Cann., mak
ing i.KiU.ry concerning her brother,
John Daly, from whom she had not
v.eard for 10 years. In 1909 a letter
was rece:ved from him. He was then
ft Wiekenburg, She heard two or
three yars ago thru he was in Phoe
nix or its vicinity. He was a native of
Ft. field, Mass., and came west several
years ago: In 1873 he. returned home
for 1st short time and then left for the
southwest again. The writer thinks he
was a miner. A brother has recently
died and inquiry is now made for John
Dalv ;r. connection with the settlement
of the estate.
TWO COUPLES WILL MARRY
Licenses to marry were issued yester
day to Leonard Carr, 22,, and Gladys
Collier, 19, both of Tempe; and D. D.
Draper, 52, and Ora Gray 32, both of
Phoenix.
SPEEDER PAYS FINE M. Shipley
yesterday pleaded guilty before Jus
tice McKee to a charge of exceeding
the speed limits on North Central ave
nue and was fined $15.
CHARGES DESERTION Declar.-ng
that she has not seen her husband
since he told her he was through and
left their home in December. 191fi.
Oscie Brosius yesterday brought suit
for a decree of divorce from Ralph
Brosius, charging desertion. She says
they were married at Brook ville. Pa.,
January , 1907 and alleges that she
has supported their two children s.'nce
their separation. She asks for an ab
solute decree.
LOW RATE TO G. A. R. ENCAMP
MENT A one-cent a mile railroad
rate for Civil War veterans of the G. A.
R. and allied organizations to the nat
ional encampment at Indianapolis Sep
tember 20 to 26 has been obtained, X
has been announced. Every effort has
been made by J. P. Rhodes, depart
ment commander and General Samp
s n. assistant adjptant general, to ob
tain a favorable rate. Additional in
formation concerning the rate may be
obtained at the loal ticket office.
CHICKEN DINNER TONIGHT
Th ladies of the lmmanuel Baptist
church will serve a chicken dim r
j at East Lake Park at 7 o'clock tonight.
! using a new system of charging.
I Couples who come will pay for their
t dinner at the rate of one cent a pound
I for the lady's weight, the latter to
I be determined by the scales at the.
I park. Persons who come alone will
I pay 75 - cents. The menue includes
TENNESSEE CAPITOL
. II
irrnHsi ..mmiii j j .n -i.ia iiimi i- . 1
fried chicken, mashed potatoes and
gravy, potato salad, peas, pfckles, pie
punch and coffee.
SEARCHING FOR SON The moth
er of Otto Gohr, thought to be in Phoe
ns. has written here for information
concerning the whereabouts of her son.
She says he was in 111 health, and
thinke he may be in a local hospital,
anyone knowing his . whereabouts has
been asked to communicate with the
Associated Charities, 300 East Adams
street, phone 1385
VISITING S STER Robin Fowler
of Bartlett, Texas, is v:slting at the
home of his sister, Mrs. James F. Fos
ter of West McKinley street.
REBEKAH AS TO MEET- Arizona
Rebekah Lodge No. 1 will meet tonight
at the Oddv Fellows hall. A large class
is to be initiated and visitors from the
.Mesa and Tempe lodges will attend.
Refreshments will be served. -1I mem
bers are .urged to attend. ".
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MANLEY To Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Manley, 1025 East Fllmore street, Tues
day. August 17, a boy weighing 9',2
pounds who has been named Marshall
Manley. '
PMEI1P EiED
AFTER MUCH TROUBLE
After a two-day hearing of the suit
of George J. Partenico against Charles
Sorensen. asking for a dissolution of
their partnership, known as the Cadil
lac Garage, and a judgment of $500,
Judge Lyman yesterday afternoon gave
Sorensen a judgment of $1000 against
Partenico and ordered that Sorensen
be permitted to remove his personal
property from their garage at 407 West
Washington street. Judge Lyman an
nounced that he would settle the re
ceivership next Monday.
A hearing of the case -was had sev
eral weeks ago but after Judge Lyman
discovered that some of the assets of
the company had not been turned over
to the receiver he had appoined. ' he
administered a" stiff rebuke' to each
side, especially the plaintiff, and con
tinued the case until all assets had
been accounted for and . the affair
fctraightened out. Yesterday the" judge
ordered the receiver, H. D. Frjtzlic, to
secure a lawyer and present his settle
ment of "the business in'cOurt.
The suit was filed on April 20 by
Partenico, and a few minutes later. h
went to their garage on West Wash
ington Street and fired four shots at
Sorensen after they had quarreled
about the business. One of the shots
struck Sorensen in the leg. Partenico
is now" out under a bond of $2500 to
appear for trial in the superior court,
Oct. 16. o-n a charge of assault with in
tent, to. commit murder in connection
with the shooting.
BUCKEYE Ml SEEKS
LEGISLATIVE SEAT
Announcement was made yesterday
of the candidacy of P. II. Benson of
Buckeye for the Democratic nomina
tion for representative in the legisla
ture from the ninth legislative district,
which embraces the whole southwest
ern part of. the county south of Glen
dale and from a line a short distance
west of Phoenix.
Mr. Benson is the only candidate for
either party for the hou.se from be
yond the Agua Fria. He has been a
resident of the county for the last 26
years and has been identified since
then with almost every movement for
the development of the Buckeye coun
try. He was one of the organizers of
the liuckeye Irrigation company and
for the last four years has been one
of the directors of the company.
He has been engaged in farming,
cattle growing and bee culture and of
late years has given his attention
chiefly to the lust named enterpri.se,
in which he lias been liighlySiiiccossful.
During the administration of Governor
Hunt he served as state bee inspector.
Referring to his record, Mr. Benson
points to the fact that he lias succeed
ed in every enterprise in which he ever
engaged and he thinks that that is an
earnest that he will succeed in the legislature!
IMS TO BE LEVIED
HI SCHOOL DISTRICTS
TV
In addition to a' tax rate of $1.03 on
each $100 in assessed valuation of the
property of the county for county and
state purposes, each of the school dis
tricts will also pay a certain rate
based on the amount asked for school
purposes by the board of trustees In
that district. This tax will be levied
on the assessed valuation in the dia
trict and must be added to the rate ot
$1.03 to secure the total county and
state taxation in that district.
In nearly every district this rate is
much in excess of the rate used last
year. This increase is due to the in
creased amounts for school purposes
asked by the boards in the districts.
Each board estimates their needs for
the coming year and apply to the
board of supervisors for that amount
thrpugh the county superintendent of
schools. '
The following rates on each $100
valuation were levied by. the board of
school districts, special road districts,
drainaee districts, irrigation districts,
cities and towns in Maricopa county:
1919 1920
Phoenix High -School 38
Mesa High School ......... .41
Glendale High School 26
Chandler High School 37
Gilbert High School 53
.62
.53
.50
.81
.46
.60
.51
.05
.46
1.08
.06
.33
.39
.73
.60
.54
.50
.01
.85
.37
.70
.4 2
.03
.6(1
.26
.7 j
.03
.4b
1.18
1.13
.41
1.91
.64
.29
.2:4
.50
.86
.05
.71
.77
.OS
.37
.78
.85
1.8b
.40
.80
.71
.1
.60
.6i
.06
1.07
.79
1.00
1.00
1.10
2.00
1.00
Tempe High School
.31
.00
.37
.09
.47
.39
.08
.26
.27
.58
.51
.29
.48
.03
.69
.23
Peoria High School .
School District No. 1.
District No. 2
District No.
Distritrr No..
LMstrict No.
District No.
District No.
3 .
4 ,
5 .
6 .
7 .
District
No.
8 .
9 .
10
11
13
14
16
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
17
65
j Distric t No. 19 31
District No
District No
21
22
24
.06
.23
.00
.23
.04
.08
.72
.45
.40
.71
.56
.21
.20
.56
.30
.03
.5 8
.64
.05
.07
.43
.19
1.41
.51
.00
.98
.23
.86
.93
.10
District
District
District
District
No.
No.
No.
No.
25
26
28
31
33
38
40
41
4 5
47
4S
49
Dis'trict No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No
District
District
No.
No.
District No. 54
District No.
District No.
District No.
59
60
62
65
66
67
68
76"
79
District
District
No.
No.
.District No.
iMstrict No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
Special Road District No. 3
Drainage District No. 1
Drainage District No. 2 ..
Drainage District No. 4 . .
Paradise-Verde Irrigation
District 50
Twn Taxes
Mesa 97
Tempe 1.1 6
Glendale 1.64
Wiekenburg 1.00
Chandler 00
Gilbert 00
0
'uuucnra kjoap
The Healthy
Shaving Soap
CatScm Sop .h w. withnot m.,, ETrywher Be.
P. H. BENSON
Fcr
H ouse of Representatives
Ninth District
Democratic Primary
1
GOV. CAMPBELL TELLS
TIE KIWIS CLUB OE
CROSS-CJfffl STRIP
Members of the Kiwanis club at
their luncheon meeting Tuesday j1
the Y. M. C. A., were told many
things of interest about that part of
Arizona across the Grand Canyon by
Governor Campbell who recently com
pleted a tour of several days through
that little known country.
The lew communities in the Vstrip"
were described by the governor who
said that some of them were well de
veloped, with clctrical power and oh
er modern conveniences in their farm
homes.. There are from 80 to 100 peo
ple in these communities.
To those who contemplate going into
that country the governor recommend
ed that centers be established and the
adjacent country developed from them
rather than the usual method of home
steading. All kinds or fruits and vege
tables are raised there, but only suf
ficient to sur ply the 'residents as Vhere
is no railroad and no way to get to
market. For that reason cattle rais
ing offers the best advantage, the gov
ernor declared, as cattle could be sent
to market on the hoof. -
In entering - that country.-said the
governor, the best way is by Search
light, coming out by Lee's Ferry, the
grades being too heavy to enter by the
latter way. - The roads are very good
by the Searchlight way, said the gov
ernor, with the . exception of a few
places where the .sand is heavy and
there are some grades.
E. G. Scott, Freeman Fike, Fred
flyers. K. C. Phelps, A. W. Crane and
John Urner of Phoenix and. Sam Clap
ham of Chicago were guests of the
club. , .
Lewis Sadler, was chairman of the
day.- :-.,
FIRESTONE OFFICIALS
Frank K. Starbird.- sales manager of
th. Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., of
Akron, Ohio and L. R. Jackson, pa
cii:c district manager of the company,
with headquarters at San Francisco,
will arrive in .Phoenix Saturday morn
ing) Mr. Starbird is touring the wes
tern part of .the United States, and in
company with Mr. Jackson will look
over the possibilities" of - the state of
Arizona for the Firestone distri
bution standpoint.-
Mr. Starbird became connected with
the Firestone Tire and Rubber Com
pany, several years ago, starti.-j with
a position i'n the advertising: department.-
His ' rise was very rapid. He
soon became . assistant advertising
manager, from that position takinsr the
management of- the ' pneumatic Atire
sales. Before assuming his present
position, he was district, manager of
the company. Mr. - Starbird has the
management of the company's sales in
th entire territory west of Akron,
composing three-fourths of the United
States, - ' '. ";'
Mr. Jackson is well known in Phoe
nix, having" been here recently and es
tablishing at that time the Firestone
branch. -
Mr. Starbird and Mr. Jackson ex
pect to remain in the city several days"
if possible, going over the plans for
the " Firestone distribution system in
Arizona m connection with the im
proved facilities which the company
is inaugurating at this point for better
dealer co-operation.
In the spring time of life pre
are yourself to work in the sum
mer of your life, that the autumn
and winter of it may be spent in
comfort. The Lam son Business
College Training will fit you to
compete for your place. Our
graduates are always favored by
business houses because they
know how to do things as they
should be done.
Fall term 32d year opens Mon
day, ' September 13, 1920. An
earlier opening August 30th.
"Enroll early and avoid, the
rush. . .
MN
SATURDAY
Phoenix Wholesale Grocery
Best Cane Sugar,
per sack
New Crop Pink Beans,
Per 100 lbs
Sugar Peas, .
Per Case, 24 Cans
String Beans,
Per Case, 24 Cans
Campbell's Pork and Beans,
Per Case, 24 Cans
No. 1 Jap Rice,
Per Sack, 100 lbs
Phoenix Wholesale Grocery
617 East Van Buren Street
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
I hereby announce my candidacy for Justice of the Supreme Court
of Arizona, subject to the Democratic primaries.
SAMUEL L. PATTEE
At 12 a "clothes'd"
book!
Until 12, book you for
clothes or anything else
you wear.
Quality, "first, last,
and all the time."
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
HU LETT'S
Prickly Heat Lotion Still 60c
Takes Away th,e Sting
Sold Only at
KIMBALL & HU LETT'S
Drug Store, Phoenix
Adams at First Ave. Phone 4441
Nealon of Phoencx tor Supreme
Court. Adv. 4t
o
Cock-fighting is as popular in Cuba
as baseball is in America.
SPECIALS
Extra Fancy Potatoes Kfl
(none better) 10 lbs. for uUL
Cane Sugar, OOp
per lb Ol
Panocha Legitima (Mex- QA
ican Sugar) per lb tJ
Orange Blossom Honey Qfl.
1 quart Jar tUv
Bread, Of
3 loaves (14 oz.) AOKs
Breakfast Bacon Q7r
per lb. Ol t
Picnic Hams OQf
per lb lOC
Salt Pork Ofi
per lb liUC
Fancy Japan Rice, Kflrs
3 lbs. for DUC
Fancy Pink Beans, QQ
10 lbs. for 70C
Peanut Butter, QPtf
3-lb. cans tjC
Spaghetti, in bulk, OKr
2 lbs. for . ...iDC
"Toilet Paper,
3 big rolls LUC
Jams (Strawberry, Blackberry)
5-pound Q" rTfT
Jars OAs I D
Star Flour, - Q"j rTP
24 lbs. sack J)-L I O
CRACKERS CRACKERS
jr: $1.10
Lemon or Ginger 1flf
Snaps, per lb TlUl
COFFEE COFFEE
High Grade Coffees In bulk
ground to suit taste.
43c, 54c, AND 55c
Shrimps, Clams, Tuna Fish,
Oysters, Sardines
WE DELIVER
GriebeFs Grocery
218 W. Washington St.
: Phone 1508
$22.00
$7.75
$3.71
$3.93
$3.38
$13.00
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