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THE MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY. SiPYEM&Ert 20. 1895.
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THE BEGINNING
of the school term always means NEW
CLOTHES for the boys, and that
naturally causes you to think of US,
who have so satisfactorily clothed the
boys of the family for so mam-- years,
in many cases, ever since your fathers
wore Knickerbockers, and never -since
we first began business have we been
as well prepared to supply all their
wants as at the present time.
Never before had such a bic
stock of such
prices.
.CENTS buys an ALL-WjOOL, FAST
COLOR Short Pants Suit. S3. 75 a bet
ter one. $4 and $5 still better, and so on
up to the finest to be had. A big assort
ment of styles and fabrics in each grade,
and our guarantee of the re
liability of each and every
garment in all grades.
We also have a complete stock of
Boys' and Children's SHOES. Sat-
isfactory qualities only. $1.40 "to"
$3.00. - ---
Boys and Children's HiVTS all
the correct styles and newest colors.
50c up. Big
prices.
Furnishings
Everything needed
Shirts, Underwear,
Robinson, Chery & Co.
12TH AliD P STS.
rrtilttMlliR b
Money Savers Store
Closed All Day Thursday 1 Friday.
Lookout for Barains
H J J1 1 LI
Near Historic Arlington Heights.
All Who Can Should Own a Lot Here.
Woslilnctoa-s new. most beautiful, and NFAREST stibdUislon. Beautiful lots,
grand Mlla sites all commanding magnificent view of
ttliolc city and Potomac Kitcr.
Hoacuod now by Washington and Alexandria It Teat Waterloo fetation In 15 minutes ifrom
filith street Donot Thirty daily trains 13 each way. In ninety day will be reached by cars
oVloun wVnonWtrVcll IX. Ix all hour. In 'mlnut03 from U b TlthASUKY at streetr
fare Trains leavo Sixth street Uepot daily for Addison Heights at 6.35, .:, 9.4., 11- a. in.,
12.50. 1.43. 30, 1-S.3 0J, 5 57, 0:1J, g-Oi, 10:10, 11 3D p. m.
Lots from 5 J 7. SO to 5200. SI. 00 cash dowa-Sl.OO to SjMro woeklyv ho interest For
full information and prospectus apply to
JAMES E. CLEMENTS and A.T.'HOLTZMAN,
1321 F STREET NORTHWEST.
OrioC. T. HENRY, the office on the sub-division, from 10 a. m. to 5 p nx
KiW!M&:&g
S. KANN, SONS
& CO.,
8Ui ana Market Space.
A BIG LOT OF
FINE, LARGE,
HEMSTITCHED
PILLOW GASES
FOR FRIDAY,
IOg.
l
i EACH- i
-Aet us for an estimate on any printing you
are particular about. IVo print o?erj(hiai;
Vita the utmost care and precision.
McGILL & WALLACE, Printers.
110? X Street N. W. 'ltoue 13 li
7 hi K.'
,zAu
good clothes at such small
TWO DOLLARS and JJ'IBTJC
values at all
Shirt Waists,
Hosiery, etc.
Dependable qualities only; at much
less than usual prices.
Everything Wearable
For Men and Boys.
514 9th St. N.W.
SATURDAY.
514 9th St. N.W.
ItlU'JtESEN'T THE LADIES.
SoutliL'rn"'leliet Society TVI11 Send
Mrs. S.- W. Ilrtlsey to Atlanta.
The Ladhjs' Southern Relief Society met
lasteveulngattheroomsortbeUnlonVcteran
Legion, Mrs.CIay-Smitti'pTesldUiE. An In
teresting discussion was held over the propo
sltion to send an appropriate exhibit to
tho Atlanta Exposition.
2Jio general sentiment was In favor of
an exhibit, but Its characterhas not yet been
decided.
The society elected Mrs. S. W. Halsey as
Its representative at the Exposition. This
lady will deliver an address, and present to
the management a history of thesociety.
Allcjred Filibusters .Released.
Key West, Fla., Sept. 19. The party of
supposed filibusters arrested by the cutter
Winona Tuesday were carried beforeDnltcd
States Commissioner Ottn to-day and re
leased, nothing being prove nngalnstthem.
Crocker's.
Fine Shoes
T
Marked Low.
You are not buying your fall
shoes very rapidly as yet weath
er's still "too hot too hot by far.
Mill irn know wo can tempt you
with special prices If they are
special enough and they are
Let's tafco Men's- and Boys' for In
stance: nATnvwAT.SOULE HARRING
TON'S Fine Men's Hand- (TO Qfl
welt $1 Shoes, In black, at 4 L 3 U
UNIVERSITY riGSKIN (water
proof). Men's regular $5 Shoes
calf lined Tery excep-tTQ Qfl
lionalyalue Indeed 4luiuU
JEWESS MILLEK SHOES
FoU LADIES.
CROCKER'S,
Cooled by electric fans.
.93a Pennsylvania Ave.
nun
$5.00
Ml
POLICEMEN UNDER FIREi
findings of Trial Board Approved
by Commissioners.
STORY OF TWO-OENT PIPE
Additional Aspirants for Appointment
us School Trustee Yeur-old Appli
cations for "liar License Itejectd.
Wlnfreo Certified Checks Appro ed
by Attorney Thomas.
Tlie Commissioners took action yester
day on the papers presented from the police
trial board in the three following cases, re
spec tlely:
Private C. II. Bannpin, tried August
28, 1895, for conduct unbecoming an of
ficer; charges dismissed, the prosecuting
witness havJngfailed to appear.
l'rh.ile J. II.KInnamon, tried August 28,
lSOo,rorlolatlonofparagraplisi:i5ni)dl38
of the manual; finding, "not guilty" und
recommendation that the il'l.v.cs be dis
missed. WHAT WAS ALLEGED.
It was alleged In the case that "Kinna
mon, aprlvateof Class 1, In theMetropolitan
police force, while on duty on or about the
15tli day of August, 1805, at or about the
hour of :i:.!0 p. in. did enter tin,- premises
! I tun ted on Twenty-eighth street, between
O and r streets northwest, ami sit down and
smoke a pipe. This In the District of Co
lumbia."
The prosecuting wltnfss, Mr. W. D.SJli
van, testified to having found the patrol
man within the house named, and said he
was engaged in "smoking a two-cent pipe
with a reed Btem." He took a note of tbe
time, and said it was 3 30 p. m. lie waited
ten minutes on tbe outside and Kinna
mon remained In thehouseduriug thattime.
Theofficer endeavored toshow animosity
upon fbe part of tho witness, growing out
of a previous arrest. It was alleged by
another witness that Sullivan had de
clared the purpose of "catching" theoffi
cer in an Infraction of tho rules.
Private J. A. McDonald, tried August 28,
1885, for neglect r duty; finding, "guil
y," and recommendation that hevbe fined
$10.
McDonald was shown to have sat down
on a doorstep August 24, 1895, while on
duty, and to have remained there until or-'
dcred away by hissuperiorofricer. Sergeant
John McTaggarU
HAD THE HEADACHE.
The accused stated that he had a bad
headache and sat down, preferring to
remain on the beat, but nut being able
to remain continuously on his feet. There
were but nine men to run the precinct
that night- aud he did not want to report
on sick list.
The findings in each of the foregoing
coses were approed by the Commis
sioners with the exception that in tho
case of Officer McDonald the fine was
Increased to $20 and the admonition gH en
that a repetition of the offense will cause
bis removal from the force.
Additional interest has been excited In
the school trusli-e appointments by the
appearance of several new aspirants in
tbe list or cllglblcs.
Those, whose names bave been for-,
mally presented, In addition to tliose hith
erto named In The Times are Louis A.
Cornish, Aaron Russell, E. 11. Craln, F.
J. 8hadd, John C. Xorwood and Ilev.
Bterllng Brown.
Two of thcEe are members of the present
board, and are being urged for reappoint
ment. WOODUURN'S NEEDS.
The Woodburn Citizens' Association, rep
resented by Dr. Allen Walker, Angus La
mond, John Kclley, C. H. King and John
Meikeljohn, made an appeal yesterday to
the Commissioners for what they stated to
be a very much needed Improvement to
Blair road.
The Commissioners promised that so much
of the road as has not been abandoned
shall be given attention this fall.
The excise board j esterday rejected five
applications for bar license that hae been
pending since November 1, 1804.
The list is n'v-follows: James Williams,
No. 334 II street southwest; John F. Kelley,
No. 332 B Btreet southwest; Kobert H. Key,
No. 211 Third street south west; William A.
Ehrincntraut. No. 901 F Etreet southwest;
Elizabeth Gallagher, No. 113G Twenty first
Etreet northwest, and Edward Murphy, No
1105 Twenty first street northwest.
The parties are given until October 31
to close out, the order of rejection taking
effect on that date.
CERTIFIED CHECK ACCEPTED.
Attorney Thomas rendered an opinion
yesterday in the case of the protest filed
by J.M.Dunn againstthebldsotW.W. Win
free for tbe construction of the Brookland
and First street school bouses, taking the
Reefer Suits, $1.98
These suits for boys
the delight of both parents and children.
They are elegantly
Finely lined and
fully embroidered.
21 TO-DAY
SATURDAY
S3 u
o ; rt
rt.22 j
Special Sale
OF
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
UD1FI
We have prepared a re
duced price sale of our enor
mous stock of Boys' 'and Chil
dren's Suits, both for school
and dress occasions.
Is" Si
M. KAUFMAN,
8th and I Sts. S. E-
Y Good Flannel
' (3 to 9
We are showing: a very
PANTS with patent rivetted button and patented
waist bands trom SOc tip. All wool. fi
JOHNSTONS.
" 729-731 7th St.
To-day wenwill sell the large three-string- (double thread), extra long sweep brooms, with metal cap and highly finished, for
ten-cents: Ph'ese are alMieavy house brooms, and would cost you ordinarily thirty cents each. Make up your orders from this
jlist before coming to, the storey to save time. Best vinegar and whole or ground spices for pickling and spicing purposes a
specialty this week. .
White Wlue Vinegar
California Pears.. .. . .. ..
CnlllornlaPrnthea lGc
Evaporated Cream, can.. .. .. .. .. .. 15c
Bcsi Butterlne.lb.. ..' .".... 17c
.T.B Baking Powder, 1-lu.lliis, 20c
BlucIIeiiMauhcs.dozen.. .'. ...:.... 14c
Ground (UT(tn iwrlli .. .. 15c
Smoked Herring box-.. .. .'. f. .. r.
lraporiedSardiiies,iante,wltbkcy.. ..
Pretzelettes-, lb (Torn Thumb) .. i.
lBo
18c
IBe
hlrlolu Kteak 15c
Wllch Hazel. pint bottle., .j .'.v.... 13c
1-32 bbl ltnvalFnnillv Flour 15c
1-32 bbl E!eciricLl2litFIoor..ji......
IBe - j
Imported Sardines In tomato sauce,
per can . i 15c
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk lflc
Lobster, tall cans.. ,iu niu. w ..i-. 17c
Wehb'KCocoa.perllo 17c
Cider Vlnecar. callr.n.. ....... ..... 17o
Wilbur's Chocolate, cake 18c
I'oriertiouse steak loo
.French Baking Powder. 1-2 lb cans.. 18c
Lea& I'errln'a Worcestershire Sauce. 20c
Colanihln Soups Jallenne. Consom
me. llulllir:M;imr. Chu.ken. To
mato large caus, each 25c
Durkee'S'Saluil DiWlnn, liottle.. .. 2."Vo
Best Elgin Butler, lb 28c
DunUirV Bnratariu Shrimps, large.- 2u
Potato Chips, per pound 25c
Java Ktaored Cofiee.j j. .. .... .. 2Sc
Ohio Maple Syrup, per can .15c
Colburn'a Curry Powders Lottie.- ... 25c
Henderson's Bircii riioepliate, bottle
large - .. 20c
Royal Bakingpowder. lib 45c
Cleveland Ha KlngFowdenO. lb.. . .. 45q
Golden Drip Syrup 45c
51b palls Cotlok-ne.i .'.. .J .- .. 48c
Horseshoe Chewing Tobacco, lb.. .- 50c
51b palls Lard (best). 50c
Fancy Mixed Tea 50c
Gravely 3 ply Chewing Tobacco.. .- 60c
Choice Oolong Tea 60c
Choice Gunpowder T-a... .. .. .. 60c
1-8 bbl. Electric Light Flour 60c
Wilbur's Cocoa, rier. tin.. .. - 2Qc
Arbuckle Coffee 22c
Olive Oil tlmported)... .. ... .. 25c
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best White Wlni- Vinegar, callon.. .. 27r
-3 lb palls Cottolene 28c
o string iirooms -oc
1-16 bbl. Electric Light Flour 30c
:i id pans Lard (best) .toe
1-16 bbl. Royal Family-Flour.. '.. .. 30c
Kk hardson i Kobbins' Potted Turkey,
large 30c
Holland Jaa and Mocha Coffee.. .. .'10c
Jaa and Mocha Coffee' 30c
1-16 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. .Tie
French linking Powder, 1-lb cans.. 33c
Fine Gunnowder Tea
:t5c
Spring Leaf Tea .'. -t ..
Old Government Java Coffee..
Best Mocha, Coffee
New Orleans Baking Molasses..
Fine Oolong Tea .i v.. ..
Mustard, per gallon
1-8 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour,
Extra Choice oolong Tea
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea.. ,
Ronl Fnintlr Flour bbl ,
.. 35C
.. 35C
.. 35c
.. i5c
.. .I5C
.. ,45c
.. 65c
,. 80c
.. 80c
S 1.00
l-i Mil. j-amny eiour si.ou
1 8 bbl. Royal Fnmlly 50c
Lily Best Patent Hour, bbl $4.25
1-J bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. ..$1.25
Electric Light Bcsr Family Flour.
bbl - . .54.00
1-1 bbl. Electric IJchtr Flour Sl.lS
Quart size Lea A Perrins' Sauce,
per bottle .. .. 75c
GlltEdgeSoan (5c. size), each 3c
Babbitt's Soap t .. .. 4 l-4c
Sugar-cured Shoulders, lb..
i &
8c
Premium cards now'being
L,amps, 1? ine Jiome aoias, oo-piece lea oets, .easy .rcocKing inairs, L,arge, -Attractive AiDums given out on tne new carus. Ask
at the desk, for them..
JOHNSTONS, 729-731 7th St.
ground that the filing df a certified check,
is afficicnt to comply with the regulations
Mr. Thomas says Mr. Dunn's objections
were, purely technlcal.-jina that, the Infor
mality noted by Mr. Dunn, the omission
of the- tax collector's certificate of We11
J posii, lst too. slight- to Justify the rejection
of the Winfree bids.
A permit was issued yesterday. In con
formity with an application filed In Jan
uary, 1894, to the Washington and Mary
land Railway Company, authorizing It to
grade Rhode Island avenue within the
District line and to excavate nt Brcnt
woi'd road aud make fills at Queen's
Chapel road.
Building permits Issued to-day. Dr. H.
J. Pcnrod, to make general repairs and
alterations to church. Bunker Hill road,
near Queen's Chapel, SI, 000. A. II.
Floeckher, warehouse, No.51 1 streetnortb
east, 5800. James Rhodes, to repair store
and dwelling. No. 143 Monroe street, Ana
costia, $1,300. Mrs. Jarvis, addition to
No. 219 G street northwest, $4,000.
Mori Monitors Socked.
PhiladPlphla,Sept-10. TheCauonlcusnnd
AJax, thelaFttwoof the six United States
monitors which the Na y Department or
dered transferred from Norfolk to the League
Island navy yard in this city, arrived to day
In tow and were docked.
Johnstons 10c Broom Day. Seepage8.
Never m!M the Evening; Times If
you nunld lime ALL the Sown!
from 4 to 8 years are
made and nnisnea,
collars are beauti
Suits, $1.19.
years.)
fine line of KNEE
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Ground Pepper. 1-4 pound 8c
Yellow Mustard Seed, l-4pound.. .. 8c
Ground Mustard, 1-1 pound 8c
Ground Cinnamon, 14 pound 8c
Eo:
1 Ground Mace, 1-8 pound 8c
Wholo Mace, 1-8 pound 8c
Ground Cayenne Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
Whole Pepper, 1-1 pound 8c
FruitPuddlne, nil flavors 8c
UlrsrliM Bauco 8c
J. B-dlnking Powder. 1-2 pound Uns 8c
Large Lemon Extracts 10c
Large Vnnilla 10c
Bottles Calsup 8-
Good Bleak 8 and 10c
Rice Flour, per package 8c
Elgin Star Condensed Milk, can.. .. 8c
lllxby's Large Blacking 8c
Olives, per liottle 8c
Large Mustard Sardines 8c
Rnco. per package 8c
Fat Back, for seasoning 8c
Western Shoulder. 8c
Mixed Candy, per pound 8c
Ivory (Elephant Head) Starch.. .. 8c
10
C.
The largo thirty-cent, heavy, three-double-string House Broom
for ten cents to-day.
Diamond Starch (needs no blue) .. 8c
Taploca.per package 8c
Farina, pound package 8c
Olive Oil, small 8c
Early June Peas 8c
Stick Candy, all flavors 8c
Red Seal .ye, can 10c
Large French Prunes 10c
NcwYork Cream Bisctflt: 10c
Lemon Cakes 10c
MilkLunch Biscuitf. .. .. 10c
Mixed Nuts, best 15c
California Evaporated Peaches.. .. 12c
California Etanorated Pears.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Apples.. .. 12c
New Prunells l-c
Chalmer's Gelatine 10c
Large Silver Prunes 12c
California Evaporated Apricots.. .. 12c
Chicory, lb luc
Best Cream Cheese, lb 12c
LantcrnJars Sirup, pints 12c
Large Bottles Catsup 15c
Graveley'sBest Tobacco 10c
given out. Hundred-piece Decorated Dinner Sets, Eight-day Cathedral Clocks, Large Banquet E
BSI
We sell
Clothing
for men and children
at wonderfully low prices
at present we are get
ting scores of children
ready for school,
about your boy ?
study these prices.
How
Just
Men's Suits, nicely made. j.. S3. 00
Men's hnits 4.85
.Men's Etra line Double
breasted suits 5.00
l.lccnnt Clay Worsted Suits
for c coins dress. 0.05
line Satin Lined Suits 8-00
Boys' Suits, $3.12; worth $0.00.
Boys' Suits, $3.00; onhS5.50.
Boys' Suits, S4.25; worth S7.00.
Over 5,000 Children's Suits, fifty
styles, nt 00c
300 Children's Suits, SI.25,worth
S3.50.
5O0 Children's Suits. SI. G2, worth
S4.00.
2 0 0 Children's Combination
Suits, extra pants and cap to match.
Sl.UO, worth S5.00.
200 Children's Suits, extra fine
quality, $2.40: real aluc, $5.30.
Dress I'ants, 00 cents.
All-Hool Pants. $1.25.
Neat Stripes in Blue, Gray and
Black. SI. 05.
500 Pairs of Men's Corduroy
Pants, best grade, $1.85.
H.FRIEDLANDER&BRO.,
Ninth & ESts. N. W.
$300
PIANO
$150.
$350
PIANO
$225.
Two big barcalns In Pi
anos for quick buyers.
Splendid Instruments
perfect In every detair
'excellent ton e o n 1 y
slightly used Upright
Morris Piano, mahogany
case (309 Instrument
I1M.
Upright Standard Pi
ano, mahoganycase $310
instrument J235.
METZEROTT
MUSIC CO.,
MUSIC BALL
All the Latest Sheet Music
IUO FSt. N.W.
Your Children
will probably want
some new things to go to
school in. We can do as
well if not better for them
than anyone else, and you
can depend on anything we
sell you.
Don't forget to loot at
our stock before you buy.
GARNER & CO.,
OUTFITTERS,
N.E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. N. Vf.
FINE BUTTERINE.
WILKINS & COMPANY,
Square Marble and Glass StuACesMT Muks
BROOM
Breakfast Bacon, lb 12c
Raisins, seedless 10c
Home-made Egg Noodles, large.. 10.C
Sapollo, largo , 10c
Olives, In glass JarS 10c
Candles, No. 6, per set.. , , 10c
Hemp Clothes Line. 1C0 feet 10c
American Gelatine :. .. 10c
Uumford's6-oz Yeast Ponder,, ., 10c
Large3 lb. Can Baked Beans 10c
Canned Oysters, per can 10c
Mnrvl.inri PHnrhM-nprmn lOe
KM PettUohn'M Food, package.. ., ... JOcl"'-"' Soap, cake
chloride or Lime, large luc
Baking Powder. 1-4-lb. cans.. ... 10c!
Kcilector. the best brass and silver
polisher known, pacxage..--..
ltalslus, California
Rnlslns. Sultanas .. .
Babyjtraud Condensed Milk. con
Salmon, tall cans., -f.-
Imported Sardines, small, key.. .
Steak-Salmon, large flat cans.. .
Flat cans Mackerel, best.
JOc
10c
10c
10c
12c
12c
15c
15c
Broom
Day.
Baltimore Sugar-cured JIams. lb..
Bacon Strips
Sociely Wafers
Vannllla Cakes
Sugar Jumbles
Honey Jumbles
Mixed Ririe Nuts
Saltiue Wafers
FruIlCrackers(Sultanas),pcrpound..
Graham Wafers, per pound
Vanilla Warers.perpound
Egg Biscuits, per pound
Winter Green Candy
Canned Corn Beef, sliced :r.;
Rib Roast of Beefsteak
Round Steak s
hack Corurueal (Squirrel brand) ..
Plymouth Rock (both colors) gela
tine inZ
T-
,..
K
Sr
gc'
8cJ
gcl
r
12c'
1
12c!
12c
l'Jt
16c
12c
Olive Oil '. .. 12c
Campbell's Beefsteak Catsup, pt.. .. 15c
cal PlltedEvaporatcdPIums.lO.. .. 12c
Lantern JarsMustard 15c
ImnorKilbDachettLncrnackace.. .. 15c
15ct
French Peas, perenn 15c
Bet Fresh Eggs.Doz. 17c
Criterion Brand Cal CannedAprlcots. 15c
Queen. Anderson Jams 15c I
K3K3
Cut prices
and all
fetrf..:
Credit
you want ES
thAt'ft the condition of af
fairs now. Whatever Is
needed to furnish a house U
here and it's alt got to he
sold hefore we move We're
not printing a meaningless
lot of prices, but we have
sliced off great Ug chunks
of the regular tost, and
what's left is all you're got
to pay. Little enough.
m
"We keep all kinds of
Children's Suits strong
ones for school pretty ones
for best occasions fancy
ones .or plain ones at all
prices from $1.25 up to $5.
They are all wonderfully
cheap.
New York
Clothing House,
311 7th St. N. W.
$5.00
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
DR. CZARRA,
802 F at. nw Washington, D. O.
Treats all chronlo. nervous and blood dls
eases, alcoholism and opium habit. SP&
CIALTT Kidney and Bladder Trouble,
Elles. Fistula. 8tricture. Ac. PR1VATB
BUenses positively and permanently cured.
ait Manhood restored. Consultation tree.
Office hours 9 to 12 a m.. 2 to 5-30 pm.
C 30 to 8 p m.. Sunday. 4 to 7 p. m.
. a -s tC HYGIESlC-HKALTHnn.
If t - THE IUHOIST THE BEST.
I V-i MAHEoypuiiBsnusu.WA.TBit.
f"-Tlphon.Ooicltli,s.n.w
HUSH
H House & Herrmann, ft'
5j5jl 017. 010, 021, 023 7th St WtM I
(g3 636 Mass. Ave. 9
$1.25 I .
DAY.
Large size Bags Salt, 2 for Cc
fonp Powder 3u
Fat Smoked Bloaters, each 3c
Horuluy Urits 3c
Coaru Hominy .. .. 3c
Fly Paper, doubleSheets 2c
SmallDurham.MusLard,Iioxcs 4c
Coffee EsseiKe. per box 3c
Toilet boa p, Mlnefs Cake 4a
BLxhy'x Small Blacking 5c
Muiliagc, 0c. size 3c
Bolides Codfish 5c
Ciumellue btoe l'ull-h Cu
IroiMilne Stove Polish .. 4c
Large Lump Starch 4c
mar noap. caKe . .. .. .. ... .. .. 4C
Rose Leaf So.ni. drv 2 Tears old .. .. 4c
Boiax Oo.ni, cake 4c
Blown boap, loug bars .. ., .. .. .. .. 4c
Hoaplne, paikage 4c
t,KirIliii ni L ii i.f . . Af
I r.nglbli l'eatlHo.ip.lt floats 4c
uronkv t;rysuu hoap 4C
1776 Powder 4c
Bon Ami 5c
uingernuaiw, per pound 4c
Soda Crackers, perpouud 4c
Cream Crackers, perpouud 4c
Johnston's b oz. i ease Powder 10c
Rice, large grain, lb 5C
Dried Beans, lb - 5c
J.B.BakltigPowder,l-4-poundtlns.. 6c
hnjall Lemon Extracts 5c
Smill Vnnilla 5c
1 .Small (il.Tt.el Mustard 5c
ueat All" stove I'oiUh.cnke oc
Chloride of Lime, -mall boxis 5c
TolletSoap. raueycake 5c
Patent Laundry Wax 5c
RUIngSuu btovc Polish 5c
smallOll Sardines-, can 5c
Tapioca, loo-e, lb 7c
Large WhoIeNutniegs. 6 for Be
Large Pint Bottles Blue Cc
Ball Blue, lu boxes, each '.. 5c
Pknlc Size Baked Beans .. 5c
11 unter's Mustard Drestlng, large s. .. 6e
Water Lily Soap, large'size .. .. i. .. 5c
Pint Bottles Catsup 10c
Celery Salt, bottle 5c
Alala'ter Starch, package 5c
Root Beer, per botile 5c
Pride of Ec-vnt Ckrar.q .. .. .. .. r,o
Edwiu Booth Cigars &
Mlnitjella Cigars 5c
Scotch Snuff, per box 6c
Ammonia, large bottles Cc
New Dates 5c
LargeCauToniatiies.flrstciualltv.... Gc
Canued Corn, per can .. .r .. .. .. T. 6c
uiiiicurrj.. oer cnil .. .. .. .. .. be
string Beans, percan .. .. 6c
T.fm.i TUiii. tin. fiii tin
"- T-""'- -' --" .- -- - Y1-
Canned Succoiavh. can.
6c
jMacaroni.perpaeknge 7c
ggi Potted Tongue, srnall 7c
a 2 lb ua tace Beit Oats .. .i 7a
Large. f.tt maclerel, perpouud,
Cornstarch, package
Btrley, per lb
Pickles, in bottles
10c
7c
7c
1'otted bam. small
7c
7c
8c
8c
10c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
8c
Loose Lard, lb
f-Anlmal Crackers
Nlc-Nacs, per pound.. ..
Bottled Jamaica Ginger.. .
Ladies'Royal Shoe Folisn..
Large Enameline
lllrsh's Powdered Lye.. ..
Whole Cloves, 1-1-pound.. .
Ground Cloves, 1-4 pound..
Ground Allspice, 1-4 pound.
Saltneter. 1-4 nound.. ..
Cream Tartar. 1-4 pound..
Celery Seed, 1-4 pound....
Ground Ginger, 1-4 pound
Caraway Seed, 1-4 pound.,
Whole Allspice, 1-4 pound.
Suit
That fits
will outwear two
that do not, and
look well until it is
worn out.
We always keep
In touch with the
latest styles even
our window is a
regular fashion
plate, and inside
our store you may
become fully ac
quainted with what
is beingworn in the
fashion world.
We are selling all
summergoods ator
even below cost.
1
DYRENFORTH'S,
621 Pa,
Ave.
Under
Metropolitan.
Open
an Account
with ns,
let us be your general
outfitters for your house
and for your person on our
New Credit Plan.
Pay
ACCORDING TO
YOUR MEANS
and we shall be entirely
satisfied can we say more?
.What is newest, cheapest
and best we have in stock in
wonderful variety.
Really you should pay our
showrooms a visit.
MA YER & PETTIT,
Reliable Outfitters,
415 Seventh St. N. W.
Jfever miss tlio Evening Tlmex It
yoa would liavo ALT. tbe Setts!
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