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I -.J MEAT DEPARTMENT EN TIRELY MODERN. BEST FfEAT LOWEST PRICES AGROCERY A GROCERY TEST FOR ONE MONTH Change your grocer for a month unless you re getting bed rock pricesand note the difference in this month's shopping at THE BARGAIN STORE MAR KET. Whether your groceries bought on the "charge it" plan have cost you $lo a month or $50 a month, we know you will discover lo to 2o per cent more in the grocery exchequer at the end of 3o days than previous to making this test. But. and more important still the quality of food 'appearing on your tables will be very markedly improved. We know that, too. 1 Price's Baking Powder, 1 lb can $ .45 Kansas City Baking Powder, 25 oz can . 18 Heinz finest bulk Sauer Kraut, per lb. . . .03 Tea Siftings, bulk, per lb 07 Seeded Raisins, uc package for.... 07 California Prunes 5c per lb; 21 lbs for. . 1 00 Good Ground Coffee, per lb 08 Household Amonia, gallon jug 30 California Apricots, per can, 14c; dozen 1.60 Apples, 3 lb can, 9c; dozen 1.05 Vinton Corn, per can, 7c; dozen...... .80 Tacoma Biscuit, 6 packages for. ....... .25 Good bottle Catsup, bottle, 10c; dozen 1.15 White Crown Soap, t bars 25c; 2$ bars 1.00 Karo Syrup, per gallon, 43c . ' .43 Uneeda Biscuit, 6 packages for. ....... .25 Pure Cloves, pound 20 Runkle's Cocoa, lb package .18 Fancy Crisp Crackers, by box, lb .06 Pure Black Pepper, per lb v .20 M V I H 1 1 K H I I 1 1 H 11m n mviviii FRESH FRUITS AND VEG ETABLES RECEIVED DAILY AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST POSSI BLE PRICES O n California Grapes, 3-lb can, 14c; dozen 1.60 Fresh Gingersnaps, per lb 6 Com Starch, i-lb package, 10c kind, now 05 21 pounds 1 00 Crescent Corn Flake, package 4 Bismarck Fancy Sweet Pickles, Mason qt. jars, jar .35 Figs, per package 5 Fancy Sac City Gream Corn, can, 7c; dozen cans. . .80 New York Evaporated Apples, pound, 5c; 21 lbs.... 1.00 Fancy California Evaporated Peaches, per lb 08 Fancy Nectarines, per lb 09 Log Cabin Lye Hominy, can, 7; 1 dozen cans 80 Fancy Sweet Peas, can 08 Arkansas Peaches, can, 13c; per dozen cans 1.50 Yum Yum Peaches, 3-lb can .14 Tee Pee Peaches, 3-lb can 13 BIG FAT FAMILY MACKEREL, 15c size, each.. .06 per dozen 7 Scorcher Apricots, in Syrup, 14c per can, dozen.... 1 60 Granulated Sugar, 19 lbs for i-oo Oyster Cocktail Catsup, 35c size, now 23 HIGHEST MARKET PRICE WILL BE PAID IN CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE OUR MODERN COLD STORAGE PLANT And what it accomplishes toward giving you pure foods. We keep our stock of dried fruits, produce, etc. in cold storage, enabling us to offer you clean, whole some goods which would be impossible for lis to do if we kept them out, in open boxes setting around on the floors and counters exposed to the dirt, flies, insects and germs that settle orwthem when they are kept In this obsolete, unsanitary con? dition. And, we are selling these "high quality" pure foods at from 10 per cent. v to 20 per cent, cheaper than you are asked for the other kinds, Bismarck Dill Pickles In qt. Mason jars .2 Pure Ground Mustard, pound. ......... .20 Clothes lines, each................. -io BARGAIN STORE Bi-END COFFEE per lb., 17c;' 10 lbs 1-65 Clothes Pins, per dozen 01 A Good Coffee, lb , 14c; 10 lbs 1.35 Lima Beans, per lb., 7c; 15 lbs '. . I 00 Vinegar In quart bottles, bottle .14 Fancy Japan Rice, per lb 05 Horse Shoe Tobacco, lb...... ....... -44 Faney Gallon Apples, per can .25 Fancy Cantrell Hand-picked Tomatoes, reg ular 15c seller, can, 10c; Jozen cans.... 115 Family Sized Tomatoes, can 8c doz cans 90 California Silver Prunes, 15c kind now 10 Eagle Pancake Flour, package.". .09 White Wax Beans, 12c grade, per can, .06 , per dozen cans.....'. ...,.... .70 Home Sweetest Squash, can, 7c; 2 doz. 160 Grated Pine Apple, 3-lb can 15 Three Meal Baking Powder, i-Ib can .10 Webster Apple Butter, per can..' 10 Gold Dust, large size package, 25c kind now 20 Dried Green Peas, per lb. .03 Sardines, 6 boxes, 25c; dozen .45 Fancy Stick Candy, 10c lb; lbs 25 Tulip Salmon, 10c; dozen 1.15 We are still selling 6 full wt. loaves bread 25c EggPlums, 3-lb can. ........ .14 per dozen .." ' 6 Fancy Shelled Almonds, per lb... 45 Fancy Shelled Walnuts, per lb.....s '4 Cocoanut, per lb... 20 Star Tobacco, per lb 44 Swift's California Ham, pound...'.;... ..'.. "o Swift's premium Bacon, per lb 20 OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY That Fancy Monarch Yacht Club Salad Dressing now per bottle -20 Fancy Seedless Raisins, per pound .06 Heinz Sweet Pickles, per dozen, .t 05 Dodge City Mills Popular Flour, sack 1 55 Sun Cured Japan Tea, 50c grade, now 25 Japan Imperial, Gun Powder, Young , Hyson, Engl'sh Breakfast, Oolong, Texas, regular 6a grades, now. 35 Uncle Johnny Gum Drops, now per lb., 15C Griffin's i-lb box stemmed Raisins , 07 Indian Corn Flakes, lb packages 05 Peaches, pealed, gallon 35 Alex Salmon 10c; dozen l.5 Seeded grapes, 10c package, now '. 05 Bismarck Oliyes, in quart Mason jars, jar .35 Fancy White Hoop Holland Herring, 1.25 kind 85 Choice i-lb box Cod Fish, per box 08 We are Paying the Highest Market Price in Cash For Cream I Dodge City, Kansas J Tea siftings, lb package .10 Silk, Lenox, White Russian Soap, 7 bars 25c; 29 bars 1 00 Swift's Pride Soap 3 1 bars for ........... 1 . ......... 1.00 Mixed Nuts, per lb. ..................... - .12 Extra large size bottle. Extracts, 30c now " .15 Fancy large Muscatel Raisins, per lb .05 21 pounds for. . . . ..-.. 1 00 Nugget Soap, 45 bars for. .'. V. i 00 per box... i. 220 A good, cheap Pea, per dozen . .70. per case ............. . ... . . .'..'.it:.;..'.'. 1 35 . Standard Peas, extrafine, per can...... .10 per case ...... 2.30 Gallon Blue Plums, regular 50c kind, now .27 Gallon Egg Plum, 50c kind, now 27 Choice California Evaporated Apricots, per lb ' .07 Extra large bottle Sewing Machine Oil, per bottle.... . .05 Fancy Five Crown L. L. Raising In lib boxes, lb. . .07 Fancy Hawaiian Sliced or Grated Pineapple, 3-lb can, per can ; 23 Sweet Oranges, per dozen 20 Extra Large Mes Lemon, reduced to dozen.'..;...,. .18 COMPLETE FURNISH ERS OF THE HOME If WD5 Don't Take Your" , Medicine Blindfolded. You should know everything that is in the medicine you use, for that i the only safe way, That is but one reason why you should always use They are the very best and safe: medi cine! for you because you can know the ingredients of any Rexall Remedy you buy. There is no secret about their manufacture as they are not patent medicines but per fect prescriptions cr.e for every human ill and we guarantee a cure in every cass or promptly return your money three hundred different remedies. Get copy of the Blue Line to Health, FREE. It tells about them alL We are the ex elusive agents and guarantee every one. . RATH & BAINBRIDGE City Drug Store Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of many, who mlgbt be like them A weak etekly worn in will be nervous and irrita ble. Constipation or Kidney poslooi show In pimples, bloches, skin eruptloBS and wretched eomplectlon. For all aucb, JElectrlo Bitten work wonders, They reg nlate Stomach, L iver and Kidneys, puri fy the blood ; give strong nerve?, bright yes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skin, lively complexion. Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them. 5Ue at The Palace Drag Store. Trouble Makers Onsted. Wben a tuffjrer from itomacb trouble takes Dr. Klng'a New L'fe Pills be'i mighty glad to see bii'.OyapepsU and Iudljtestloo fly. but more-he's tickled or. r bis new, floe appeiiw, strong nerves, iVs'iby vigor, all because itomicb, llyer sn I kldaryt now work right. 25e at The SV- 'e Drug Store. ADDITIONAL LOCAL The County Commissioners will con vene next Monday, June Tth, and will be in session (be entire week as a board of eqiiHlizttioo. Albert Watkios and family have been visiting in Arlington this week, and will go from there to Topeka the coming wt-ck for a visit. We have ice cream with our bikery wngon. Remember, when you want ice cream for dinner to watch for our wa gon. Sturgeon's' The annual convention of the Ford c mnty Sunday School Association will be held Id Gluck's opera bouse in this city on June 15 and 16. P. II. Young and Dr. Dondanville are attending tbe old settlers' picnlo at Kins ley to-day. Dr. Dondanville took two horses to enter la tbe races. Frank Harbst, who has been running ont of Syracuse west, has been given a run from Dodge, and will be able to make bis borne in this place again. J. L Finley returned tbe first of the week from Cawker City in this state, where be was called over a week ago by tbe serious illness of bis brother. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coffey and daugh ter, Mrs. lva Nelson, Roger Dean and Ita'ph Burnett went to Kinney Saturday ty attend tbe borne talent comic opera there. Mrs. Stella Imel Van Riper was bos toss of tbe Atheneum club last week. It being tbe last meeting of tbe season. Mrs. J. C. English was nude a member of the club. The Workman lodge here was visited on last Monday night by tbe Grand Med ical Eiamioer, Dr. Jake Gray bill. Sev eral candidates were given the "Grand Lodge" degree. To Seattle In an automobile Is tbe trip tbat four young men started on from Dodge City Monday of this week. Tbey were W. 0. Gould, whose father lives east of town, and H. T. Gray, B. 8. Horstman and R L. Hearne of St. John. L. A. Madison returned Monday from Fort Scott where he delivered the Memo rial address at tbe exercises held at tbe national cemetery near tbat place. It was a great ocoasion there, as It is every year. There was a procession two miles long from tbe town to '.be cemetery, and It appeared tbat everybody In tbat sec tion of tbe state was In Fort Scott on tbat day. C. E. Hatfield and family were here from Ford Monday in bis monster Ram. bier, probably the largest auto in tbe county. Mr. Hatfield's car looks like a passenger train when It cornea over lbs bill, and it is claimed tbat tbe Ro.k Is land's "Sand Burr Flyer which runs be tween bere and B'icklin takes tbe siding when it sees DatlHd's car coming from either direction. Raymond Erhard enterhlned twenty four of his frltnds Wednesday evening in honor of Louie KieFer, Clair Hester and George Z nonaries who are visiting bere from Harper. Tbe party was enter tained at tbe Nickelodeom In tbe fore part of the evening after which they re turned to the Erhard home where re freshments were served and tbe rest of the evening was spent in playing games. Mrs. J. E. McCurdy entertained fifty guests at a picture puzzle party yester day, Wednesday afternoon. Carnations, poppies and f ems were used as decora tions. Mrs. S. Wilkinson was awarded a beautiful jide hat pin for arranging tbe most pictures successfully and Mrs. S. V. Mallory was presented a box of candy for a consolation prize, A dainty lunch eon was served. Mrs. J. E. McCurdy will entertain fifty guests at "Five Hun dred" this, Thursday evening. Tbe Philomaths met with Mrs. L. R. Miller last Friday afternoon and tbe fol lowing officers were eleoted for next year: Mrs. E nut Waring Miller, presi dent; Mrs. Nannie Dunn Hellwartbj vice president; Mrs. Erol B. Baikley, secretary; Mrs. Clara Heukel Gardner, treasurer; Mrs. Josephine Balrd, chair man on program with Mrs. Erol B. Batkley, and Mrs. Irene Ftizeratd as assistants Tbe elub will meet next week with Mrs. Hattle C. Ripple. Next year the club will be purely American, in tnusla, art and literature. WICHITA COMMERCIAL CLUB. Will Arrive in Dodge City from the Wast Fri day Morning, Juns H-Will Bs Hare Nearly Two Hours. The Wichita Commercial club on ita western trip, will go into Colora do over the Missouri Pacific, and will leave Colorado Spring! on the return trip tbe morning of Jane 10. They will arrive here Friday morn ing June 11 at 8:45 o'clock and will remain here until 10:25. ' ' They will have a special train of three Pullman cars, one tourist, one ooach, a diner and a baggage ear. While here they will look over the town and get acquainted with the businessmen. It will be to Dodge City V interest to tee that they are given a favora ble impression of the town. OPERA HOUSE CHANGES. Martin Bros Have Taken Chargs of Gluck's ' Opera House. Improvements will bs Made. By the terms of the lease on the Gluek Opera House, the Martin Bros, took charge of it on Tuesday of this week and celebrated tbe event by put ting in a fine new piano. Tbey have made arrangements to have a new curtain painted at once, and are buoy making other improvements to make tbe house more pleasant and com fortable. The owner of the building is figur ing now on building a loft above the stage for drop scenery, and a steel ceiling for the auditorium, and the plans may include a gallery. The Martin Brqthers expect to make the place attractive, a ad to se cure (he best shows that can be in duced to come bere. They will open the house on June 19, with '!The Lady and the Liar," and may date in vaudeville for a part of tbe summer. Fred Liudlok of Spenrvllle was a city visiter Monday.' Carl Frederick of Spearvllle was trans acting business In town Monday. f W, A.Balfonr of Ford was transacting business at tbe court bouse Wednesday. George Gould who has been visiting his parents at Wlllroads, passed through town this week on bis way to St. John, where he Is an operater in tbe Santa Fe offices and where be has been attending high school. R. H. Ferguson returned tbii week from his claim In Morton county. He brought samples of wheat from Stevens, witbflae beads and straw 3d inches high, and says there are hundreds of acres there like tbe sample. J. T. -Elder and family will leave shortly after harvest for Idaho, where tbey expect to locate. Three of Mr. Elder's sons are in tbat county, and be Is making tbe move so that the family will be closer together. He bas sold his bouse on avenue "A" to Victor Carson. Ben A Pratt of Bucklln was lo town Wednesday. Mr. Pratt bas been principal of tbe B wkltn schools during tbe past year. He went from bere to Spearvllle at wbleb place be bas been employed for the ' coming school year. From Spearvllle be will go to bit borne In Em poria, where he will spend bis yaoatlon. Miss Net'.le Hopkins parsed through otwn this week on her way to her home lo Ft Scott. Arthur Scates, who is In bis second year at Ann Arbor, U expected borne about June 17. Mrs. L. G. Grobety and daughters Josephine and Luelle, start home from Washington D. C, on June 21. The High School graduating clats was so large this year that H crowded the board of education off of tbe stage. Hiram Burr bas just returned from a round trip through Bucklln, Ford and Spearvllle, where be bas been transact ing business. FROM ENERPRISE J. E. McQnellen of Great Bend is bere doing some building. He Is prepirlug to move bis family to this township. John Reynolds of Ford bas been doing some carpentering, for Mr. McQuellen bere. Mr. and Mrs. John Stlgglns were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Klnkade last Sun day, j ' Mri. NYU. Kimble returned Tuesday from Yates Center. Mr Kimble will re turn this week after helping to settle bis father's estate there. Mr. Fillmore who bas been visiting J. T. Ott bere left Thursdav morning tor bis borne in dishing, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. J A Klnkade were guests of Mr, sud Mrs. A. P. Thompson last Sunday. ' , The ball game Enterprise people were expecting to see failed to come oft for some reason unknown. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Berlinoourt were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rail ing. Mrs Lizzie Stlggens visited Sunday a tbe Ed Reynolds borne. , sawlog valley; A good rain fell Monday nlgbt, accom panied by a little hall, but not enough of I the latter to do muon damage. Mr. Cbas. Conaway and wife of Walla Walla, Washington, are visiting bis par ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Conaway. , On account of Decoration Day services at Spearvllle, Rev Sultb was unable' to fill bis appointment bere last Sunday, Miss Pearl Conaway came borne from tbe Kansas State Normal school last week to attend tbe weddtrg of ber sister. . Fishing Is a favorite pastime for some of tbe Bawlog people, aad tbey seem to be quite successful wltb tbe rod and line. A purty was given at Mr. Shirk's Fri day nlgbt, and all present resort an en joyable rme. Mrs McClelland was a visitor at the borne of Mrs, Conaway last Saturday. The boys of tbe neighborhood bad a broncho busting contest Saturday. Ola Stark was thrown into tbe air some dis tance, and made the landing on earth a. gain without being seriously hurt' Clifford Mlers and Miss Nettle Wake man attended tbe Sunday school here last Sunday. Miss Mary MoClelland was tbe guest of Miss Stark last Sunday. Mr. Reed and family entertained a number of Sawlog young people last Sat urday evening. Tbe prospects for a wheat crop are much Improved since tbe reoent rains. Some of tbe young people from this , neighborhood attended Sunday school lo the Sholdon district last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rolls Poison visited at ' Mr. Daniels' last Sunday. Mr. Tbornbnrg is operating bis steam plow on Mr. McClel land's place. Qodge City Steam ....Laundry.... Phone III The Most Careful Work of the home laundress does not equal ours. The home laundress does the best she can but Is apt to say, "If It's spoiled It's spoil ed and It cannot be helped.", We dare not take things so easily AT THIS LAUNDRY " We lose a good customer every time an article Is Injured In any way. So we take good care not to lose them by not Injuring in the least anything entrusted to our care. Balderston & Theis , PROPRIETORS