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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1918.
Greatest field for j work is in france War ''' 'nP"lrn W1" AM Hoys Wh 1,0 I""11" D'y- . . villi K. Nov. "The hlif- .1 u-.irk a"d irreatest opportunity I war work iiKondi-s In I ; te before and not behind I "Thi si.-,'rnif nt mailn hers today by Vihn I' I'"1- we" known editor , The"r ritinent. who arrived In . vnrt yesterday on return from V ,nth-: "Vlce a, Y. M. C. A. I11 .... American en nfd II lonn rv r.i-k' r Ir. Ili'st con. I' 'l'liM l Iu I 1.. i 'f;:ive, I'rrn ii in in ni v ' ".'nprd nf'iit'lf hndled men in onlfr m-i n'.i.'. their armies at f'll! ,',rri:!h t.r.Kr "f Tl ( ne oio.-r iiitoii. in. ii ,, I'nlted States has In t.rl"n '"' been toilohed. Thin the Hrltish and Kronen hihe first In order to ..f ,' const ruction. The Amerl- .-l-f "" . .kl. ......I,.,, ...111 , :n force . ,r;,rr'lnil duty to do all over I'lirnr1 lrl ........, ... . iiar tl"' Yanks will be needed an : ' . ,,,...1 ! tmllre. In addition 10 I"""" : , . K, I .Ka hiv It rr.ui-i i-im . -...... cuhi'rn n,nn:ns rave ihth icinnr.i 1.1 S't "I"- l,i,v to l-ranee. rneir m was accomplished tin- trar.sporl.1'.' ilrr ire"" nd.iiia pressure. It Is in- receivable tint tney can ne oroiiKni . . lW in Irs lime limn inn frmn 1'' Vur-.vf all this period the united . will Vie IniliMnenKM- 1., .oi.tn r hit It right with h new .Irf r.it.n'i of war. lie mid. 'War Ih ,limn ,u:. damn dirty, and damn 'a,n'er'ivins home arrustomed to have t'ie i::"niii ide of war played n mut nit forcet that perhaps the SrorTt f tli three la dullness. Klpht ini bnncs unbounded Joy to the rlifnc.in soldier's heart, but waiting nerln.li are nil hut Intolerable If hos j I'litiei are suspended. The war will h, low ihrtv and lern dangerous fur our men. but ten time more dull. Just here tho united war work sndf! mtiie In. America must think of thece seven organ izatlorui not only M irreat moral builders during thf (ichtirs period, but also a d"t ri!n of dullness, both durlnt; the nii'int! intervals and during the J month followinu resnatlorv of hos- jugo-sla7"provTnces to unite with serbia WASHINGTON. Nov. Ii- fom pltte apreetnent as to the union ,f the Jiigo-Plav provinces of Austria with the kingdom of Serbia has Wn reached by Premier pai'hltrh of Serbia and the dele ratM of the national council of Agnira BSrepresentatlvea of the Seiln. Croats and Slovenes of the AuMra-HunR-trian empire, accord 'ig to n official dispatch received hire The ennference was hold In i;-! N'oveniber 7. At the request ,of the delegates from Agr.im, Premier Pachltch auTPfil In present to the Serbian and Hied gnvernrnenta the proposal that the rational council of Agram be recoirnlK'd as the supreme power of the newly constituted state com posed of parts of the Austro-Hun-mrlan monarchy, until the formal ities of the final union with Serbia can be carried out. Madi Hi-ar Admiral: WASHINGTON, Nov. IS. TAp l Cap- Uins John A. Uoogowerff and Marburg- Johnslon were nominated to- cy by president Wilson t bo rear admiralt of the navy. eTendricks C. O. D. 7660 PHONK. Groceries and Meats Colorado Potatoes, peck... 45c Minnesota Llurbank 1'otatoes per peck ,55c Lima Leans, per can I0o Pork snd lieans, per can. . .10c Red Means, per can 10c Lye Hominy, per can 10c PottM Meats, per can .... .V Vienna Sausage, per can. . . . 10c Poup, 2 cans for 2.V) Brown Jieauty Beans, two cans for 25c Tairjr Maid Hominy, per can lao K- J. I'f:u, per can ..I.'mj Pickwick Peas, per can . . . .2c Ex-Sifted peas, per can . . . .25c Ex-Standard Corn. 2 cans.. 35c Country llcntleman Corn, 2 cans for 4hc No. 2 Tomatoes l.Sc No. 2H Tomatoes IKc No. 3 Tomatoes 20c Pickwick Tomatoes, 2 cans 45o Kraut, large can 15c fcraut, bulk, per lb 10c Asparaeus Tips, can 35c 1 Ulack Raspberries, Cherries and Red Rasp berries, can 15c o. 2 Raspberries and Black Derries 20c 2 k,.,i Raspberries In syrup 3rK. Swift's White Soap, 10 bars' Mc "0. 2 Cherries In syrup 80c boosebc rrles, per can 20c reaches, Pickwick, In heavy Tup J0c Plneipple. sliced, per caii! '. !aOc Pncots. pr can.. 25c and 30c four 10.- rolls Toilet Taper 25c r. 4c f. Snn. 1ft har 7R. u. ij I eu-hes, pr can ..15c o. I V, Apricots, per can ..15c J-ux washinK Powder, pkg. .15c der h'ha Washln; ,,ow" Jc value Pickwick Coffee ! !3.c "aneut'oroa 10c and 25c vy l:,,ari, 2 lbs 25c Ilea, nice, lb 15c Hominy ,;riU or Flakes 3 1K f"r 25c 'K HANDLE TIIK BKST COHS-PKD BEEF. Meat Specials for Saturday Pail brrl Home Rendered k'n S'Mk. pound . . T-Bone steak, pound rC:1 ,St,,'"' "ounl Arm k"0nSt' PnU"d m iwsti pound Klb Roast, pound . . , .75c ,35c , . 85c . . 85c , ,25c . . 25c , .23c Hendricks C. 0. D. Grocery and Market On Third Street Opposite Hotel Tulsa PHONE 7660 PHONE Wo Chargo 10c On In Chair Used by John Hancock New Declaration of Freedom Is Signed rtKfiWi)WWV ySililWMl IIIJI.JIlltlsWsMe I'nif. lliomua U. MiiHuryk, Head of Plin.ADKI.PIIIA. Nov. IV An other declaration nf Independence has been signed In Inedi'pcii lenc. hall. Hy this declaration approxi mately tiS.non.OUO people, now under the Iron rule of l'ruHsianisin. am banded together to seek freedom. These pccple form the mld-Kuru-, pean nations, l'ruf. Thomas !. Ma aarvk. head of the Csseclm-Slav's new republic and leader of the conference, signed the declaration while sitting In the Hiirne chair used by John Han cock while he signed America's dec laration of Independence. A replica of the faujnus I.ihertv bell, purchased by the children of the oppressed nations, rang out the news of the signing of thu lustoiy niaking document. Following Is the text of the dec laration of independence: "In convention assembled at Inde pendence hall, Philadelphia, Pa., I'nlted States of America, on Octo ber "li, 191 S, we representing to gether more than 60.000.00U people constituting a chain of nation lying between the lialtlc. the Adriatic anil the Ulack seas, comprising I'zecho Slovaks, Poles, Jugo-Slavs. Vkraln lans. I'hro-Hussians, UiPhunians. Rumanians. . Italian Irredentist. I'nredeemed Creeks, Albanians' and Zionists, wholly or partly subject to alien dominion, deeply appreciating the aid and assistance given our peoples by the governments and peo ple of America and of tho entente allies, on behalf of ourselves and our brethren at home, do hereby solemn ly declare that we place our all peoples and resources at the dis posal of our allies for use against our common enemy, and in order that the whole world may know what wo deem are the essential and fun damental doctrines which shall be embodied In the constitutions here- Hebe Milk, small, 4 for .25c Mehe Milk. tall. 2 for Borden's or Hale's Leader Milk, small 7- Borden's or Hale's leader Milk, tall tUc Palmolive Soap, hnr 10c Creme Oil fioap, bar 10c libor Saver Soa 10 bars.. 50c Clean Kasy. 10 bars 50c Sanlflush. per cm 25c Star Naphtha, 5 pkgs 25c Matches, box 5c Salt, pkR 5c l'ickwick l'ancake Hour, pkg 15c Swift's White Soap. 10 bars 5()c A. .1. Buckwheat, 2 pkcs...35c A. J. l'ancake. 2 pkgs 35c l'ickwick Maple Cane Syrup, H -gallon H5c Orape Marmalade, large Jar 60c Hippolite Marshmallow Top ping, jar 30c Comb Honey 45c Dill Plckle.s, large, 3 fur.... 10c Sour Pickles, 2 dozen 25c Sweet Pickles, 2 dozen 25c Four 10c rolls Tollot Paper 25c (Limited to DOc) Fancy Cooking Apples, peck 75c I'uncy Winesap Katlnt? Ap ples, dozen 30c Goodwin's Best- Jellies and Jams, per Jar 30c Queen Olives, largo Jar ...,35c Stuffed Olives, large jar. ...45c Maraschino Cherries. Jar ..25c Jlelnz India Relish, Jar ....20c llcinz Sweet and Sour Tickles, Jar 20c llcinz Mincemeat S5c Bulk Mincomeat, lb 23c Pickwick Apple Butter, can 2,"c No. 3 Hawulian Pineapple . .40c Cider Vinegar, per Jar 20c Macaroni, 3 pkgs 25c Seeded Raisins, 2 pkgs 25c Sunmaid Kalslns, 2 pkgs. . ,35c l'ickwick Cqffee (guaranteed) in tins Tickwick for ... . 35c I'ork and Beans, 2 n Rib Boll, pound 18c I'ork Roast, pound ,35c Swift's Premium Bacon, sliced, pound 65c Meadow drove Butter, per pound 60c Best Compound, pound ...,28c Best Leaf Lard, pound 35c Orders Delivered -rr ' : tlio (Vitlio-Sliivak's l;rpulillf, liulriMii ilrnif Mali. SIkiiIiik after adopted by the people nf our respective Independent nutiiitis. as well as the purposes which Wiall gov ern our common and united action, we accept and subscribe to the fol lowing us iiasic principles for all free peoples: The Principle. "1 That ail governments derive their Just powers from the consent of the governed. "2. That It is the Inalienable right of every people to organize their own government on such principles and In such form s they believe will best promote their welfare, safety and happiness. "3 That the free and natural de velopment of the ideals of any state should . he allowed to pursue their normal and unhiDdered course unless such course harms or threatens the common Interest of all. "4 ThHt there should be no secret diplomacy, and all proposed treaties and agreements between nations should be made public prior to their adaption and ratification. "5 -That we believe our peoples, having kindred Ideals and purposes, should co-ordinate their efforts to in sure the liberties of tholr individual nations for the furtherance of their common welfare, provided such a union contributes to the peace and welfare of the world. That there should be formed a league of nations of the world in a common and binding agreement for DEVELOPMENT BATTALIONS FIRST TO BE DEMOBILIZED WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. Men of the developments battalions will be the first units of the army demobil ized, Secretary Baker announced to day. There are 50.000 men now In these battalions and they will be mustered out asjmon as they can be given tho necessary physical exam- ' lnatlons. j The development battalions are ' composed of men who for physical ! or other reasons were found unsiiited ! for active military service when they were called up In the draft. The na ! ture of their disabilities w.xs such, 1 however, that It was anticipated ' many of them could be developed until they would be available for i full duty, j All cantonments have such hattillbns. I Before any man. Is .discharged I from the army, a final physical ex ' aniinatinn is necessary to determine ' his condition at the end of his serv ' ice and It Is for this that demnbllizu 1 tlon of the development battalions will be delayed. Mr. Baker said he did not know when the forrs In France would begin to return. Sanitary Cash Grocery Phone 119 NORTH MAIN 1 2 613 STREET Live Hens, lb., 25c; dressed, lb 27c Eggs, dozen 45c Russett Burbank Potatoes, peck 45c Macaroni, Spaghetti and Egg Noodles, each. .10c Salt, package 5c 6 rolls Toilet Paper 25c Standard Corn, per can 18c Standard Peas, per can 18c Seaside Peas, 2 cans 25c Armour's Kraut, No. 1 cans 10c Bulk Kraut. 2 lbs 25c No. 2 cans Pink Beans, 2 cans. 25c Thomas Pork and Beans, No. l-ans . 10c Package Mince Meat, each 10c Bulk Raisins, 2 lbs 25c Regular 35c Coffee, fresh roasted, lb 30c Peaberry Coffee, fresh roasted, lb 25c Swift's Premium Whole Skinned Hams 40c WE DEIiIVER YOl'K ORDEIi FOR. IS CENTS 112 North lH'liiniiliii of lndiM'ndinin In genuine und practical co-operation to secure Justin- and therefore peace among nations. Sinirnicnt of Conditions. "In the couise of our history, we have been subject t'i and victims of aggressive a ml selfish nations and autocratic il ini.sti. n. and held In sub jection by foice of arms "We have suffered destruction nf our cities, violation of our homes and lands and we have maintained our Ideals only by stealth, in spile of the tyranny of our oppressors. "We have been deprived of proper representation and fair trial we have been denied the right of free speech, and the right freely to as semble and petition for the redress of our grievances we havo been denied free and friendly Intercourse with our sister states and our men have been Impressed In war against their brothers and friends of kindred races. "The signers of this declaration. and repr-tsetitatives of other lndej.; L' Iiendent peoples, who may subscribe their names hereunto, do hereby pledge on behalf of their respective nations that they will unitedly strive to tho end that these wrongs shall be righted, that the Htifferlngs of the world war shall not have been In vain, and that the principles hero set forth shall be Incnri'oi sled in the organic laws (if whatever govern ments our respective peoples may hereafter establish." CHURCH DAY AT W. S. S- BANK IS NOVEMBER 18 Monday, November H will be Church Pay at the wnr savings bank again. The last Church I)ay at the war buvJiiks bank was September 16, and at that time the church people of the city surpa-ssed all previous records. That record has not been broken. The total amount of the war savings stamps and thrift stamps sold on Church Day, September 16, was 1 16.227. It Is expected that this total will be exceeded next Church lay. Hey. I. S. Avenue M. Barton of the Boston 10. church, south, is the committee, having chairman of this day In charge. He Is aHisted by C. 1 Siler of the Baptist and Charles K. I-fllle of the Y. M C. A. as secretary of the committee. The people of the city are urged to pay up their pledges of war sav ing stamps that day. Mr. Burton said : "Our hoys over there have kept their pledge and licked the kaiser; now let us keep our pledge and make our pledge on war savings stamps which have no small part In winnitiK this world war." Phone 613 Main Street RollHHonor WASIlINilTuN. Nov. 15. The following casualties are reported by the coinnianiliiig general of the American expeditionary force; Killed in action, VI. died of wounds. !t; died from incident and other causes. ;t. died from airplane acci dent. I, died of dinease, 111), wound ed Hcvcrclv, :'s. vioiinded. degree un determined, S:'; wounded slightly, 7:i. mi. xliig In action, Ji. Toi.il, IiSti. Oklahoma list' Kll.l.l lt IS ACTION. Sergeant : I.. . Minders, Hugo. I orNiml : Merman Kimble, Tjnimv l'riali-s: ,11m II. Pendleton, Marli-lln. Itinlolpli Tout, llott. ,1'doi W. Mutlock, Mui-xlcn. Sam .Im. Iliirtelmm. IMI.D OT DIM-lAsr. I'riintee: ItidxTi V. Price. Hi nil v. i ( linrli'H II. Ti-rkliis, Tori Ion. 1 Hoi Mil l s A I. Ill I. V. Privates: Deli M. bunion, nibble. I (.corgi- It. sharp, Italian. VtO MM ) ll . 1(1.1. MII.II.K .MIM l). PrlMiic: Norman .1. Hruvlon, Tcianna. MiilMil li .M.H.IIII A. (irtor,il: William A. Miingcr, 1 nld Mechanic: ( llflon (, ( IiImiiii, Noil. Privates: Iiiii-iiiv ( Itclncr. liromrlgliL Alllo I riinklln, Okmulgis-. hllleil III Action. Major: oi mi I- Miller, I in Angeles, Cal Cipt ,111: Timelier N'lcoll, New York. N- Y. I 'a. Id Itupp, a n-. Pa II K l uster. New Itochelle, N. V. I.leuleuallls: Tin ip- .1 .I.iiiii.-, I ' rg iisoti , W ('. l.eon Martin. Ilerkeley. Cal. I'. .1. Tn-str.iit, Jersey City, N. J. 1-1 iik 1 1 ii W ood, Chicago, 111. Sel "Ki .lilts: (ieral.l K. Iilelerllti, Hlverslde, Corin. Walter I! Hills, Kurllngtoii, N. C. Alex Wravikls, Chicago, HI. II Sp.mgler, peierstown, W. Va. 11. I. Taylor, Jr. Wllki-s-llarre. I'a. ('orp-ji.ils: It. T McTolley, lluntlnirton Pk.. Cal. I'aill Miltllel I'nl tsloH II. la (leorgi- Wolf. Pellville. Ky. Wtn. II. Angove, Jamestown, N. T. Kdwln I). Miller, orefleld. Pa. Marl Woodward, l..ithrop, Cal. Orvllle K. Wright, Trosky, Minn. S. M. liatdorf. St. Ixmls, Mo. N. Milton Lindsay, I I. it Hock, III. W. .M Mi lntlre. N llkinsburg. Pa. I.lnyd 10. Morris, (iarnelt, Kan. Harold J. Newman, Sherburne, N. Y. Cook : Albert W. Ilergonil, New York, N. Y. J. dm W. lirady, St Louis, Mo. PrlMltl'M; A II. Ahrauiowlt. Brooklyn, N. Y. Adams. Springfield. Mo. i'j. p. Anderson, Port itlchmond, N. Y. Oiovannl Angellnl, Seattle, Wnwh. J. A. Anlkowlak. Schenectady, ,N. Y. V. .M. Berklblle, St. Johns, Kan. M. U. Illngliam, I'tlca, N. Y. K. A. Bletlien, Minneapolis, Minn. Wm. II. ItoKard, Iiwell, Ohio. . ' 1-evl B Isivis, Redwood, Va. ii. li liewlln, Independence, Kan. Joe T. Easter, Naylor, Mo. John Crancuvella. Syracuse, K. Y. V. 1 1. (IrlHWold, Kostorla, Mich. Wm. Milliard, Wayne City. ill. Sumuel Jones, Knusha, Wis. i. I.-iicno, W. Springfield, Maae. Ilenrv V. I.ee, i hlciigo, III. Willliim Mltrell, New Liberty. Ky. .low Muntex, limpasu, Texas. Curl A. Miller. Center, Colo, C. ('. Moore. Falconer, N. Y. M.. W. Myers, lwlston. p. II. I,. Nelson, IJsbon, 111. ' It. T. ouarnstrom, Ktrandqulst, Minn. I-roy 1). ltandall, English, Ind. John ltobella. luiyou Current, I. Dewey M. Sanders, IUhcob. N. C. lcwts ttchulu, illenwood. 111. Marl ('. Shaner, I-is-hburg, Pa. C. 1). Strueblng. Buffalo. VN. Y. James Trombetta, Philadelphia, I'a. Mlehae K. Tullv, Manistlque, Mich. Tbad Vaughn, Alton, III. James II. Wad. Itandleman, N. C. ('. S. Kraupp, TrumbauerMvllle, Pa. Harry lxirge, Iioylestown, Ph. IKin A. Ijiiwrvnce, Cleveland. Ohio, Mason Em as, Pembroke, Va. '. T. Wlnkley, Jamestown, N. D. Wm. II. Wallace, Frankfort, Ind. 1'ayton White, Wymer, W. Va. Stanley Wlniewlcz, PlttsburKh, Ta. Ernent I. Wycoff, Knobvlew, Mo, C. U Achor, Wyoming. Ohio. A. E. Akerson, ong, Nob. Jos. J. Biinipus. Enfield, N. C. Thos I,. Iiavis, Sharps Chapel. Tenn. Parmer (.'. Karns. Ilimtlngs, Mich. Kdwln II Milkman, New York, N. Y. Frank Mundekls, Pitts-burgh, Pa. Chiw. ('. Walton, New York, N. Y. Albert Whcrton. M'undsvllle. Va. lieo. 1). Willi.-iius. New York, N. Y. William Arnold, Washington, D. C. K. B. Itenii, I Union, Mo. William iiocbcl, Itroklyn, N. Y. Itoy W. llahn. Mount Airy, Md. M. W. Ilaske't .Tetre Haute, Ind. Frank J. Jaggy, J.emlng, TexHs. ('. Johnson, Sun Fiower, .Miss. J. 11. Johnston, (llendale. N Y. Kinar .lurger son. .Mina, S I). Iihtl of Wounds. Captain : T.niotbv I. I'.iirlrfT, Chicago, III. Lieutenants: Sam 1. 'I'lirtelt.iiib. Charleston, SC. Wm. F. Caldwell. Chester. S. C. II. 11. Woolfnid, Llreen Bay, Wis. Sergeants: E. F. Mci'ormick, Cooks, Mich. John J. Walker, New York. N. Y. Corporals: II. C. Balnhrldge, Philadelphia, Pi. K. S. (ienrge, Louisville, Ky. C. I:, Jones, M' Keesport. Pa. C. C. Collins. Ilnntsville. Mo. Fred II Ha vis. Illlnn. N V. Wm. .1. Humphreys, Menlo, fla. T. V. O'llara, San Francisco, Cal. It. C. N'aniitler, Wiitervllet, Mich. C. T Walthers, Pittsburgh, Pa. Wagoner firmly W Jackson, p.lue Mountain, Miss. Privates: .1. II. Ailoway, Vincentown. N. J. Calvin Asllnger. Stalnville, Tenn. Henry Auler Alexandria, Ind ' ' Dee Avery, Shell Itock, Iowa. I, T. ISnwer. .Manring. Tenn. .1. R. Cb-ni-iishaw, Luther, Mich. John I lefnp, Cloijuet, Minn. K. H 'ossman, Flll.'iwood, Kan. V. A Harrison, lleverly, N .1. Joseph Kacin, Clarkson. Neb. Victor I.. Klein, Cleveland. Ohio. E. .1. Uiwrence, St. Marys, Mo, C. McLaughlin. Shrewsherry, Mass. l'rancls Mack, Jersey Cltv, N. J. A. P. Madera, Mllbank, Idaho. Cleo Nehergall, Terre Haute, Ind. J. Ii N-'Utens. Leamington, Ontario, 's W. P. obremski, Cleveland. )hlo. Walter A. (lson, Hock Island, 111. rist 1'appis. Pontine, Mich. llarobl Parker, Dekalb. HI. Oben W. Parks, Mishit wak. I, Ind. Julin E. Pa.-:hol, Millpllaa, CaU New York OVlS fXISkzOZl, TlOtD QualUy Chicago Kna C Tulsi Our First Reduction Sale on Coats-- Today Only Coii time is here, nrnl for just tho one day wo have Rival ly rodutvd the pritf on our wonderful selection of coats. This is your opportunity to liny just that very coat you so much admired at a big savin": in price. At 5?? Choice of any one of a kind At $75 At 50 At $39 At this price there are coats of Silvertone, Velour, broadcloth and Plushes. Roth plain and fur-trimmed. Values are up to $55. Today only, $39. At $30 Here is an exceptional collection of coats at a price that will prove a revelation in coat values nothing will equal this un usual opportunity to buy a stunning coat at this price. Coats up to $40 are in cluded in this lot for today only, $30. r-At $25 A very special selection of coats to sell today at this price, including Velours and Silvertones. Silk lined, interlined throughout. A great variety of colors and styles. Come early as this lot is sure to sell fast. Values up to $35 today only, $25. Don't Let This 'Coat Opportunity' Slip By Wm. Passow, Chicago, 111. Ira 1.. Pavne. Itlchmond, Va. N. M. Phillips, St., Paul, Minn. 11 A. Pitcher, Westminster, Md .1. Polkowskl, Three ltlvY-r. Moss. Ildward M. Prultt. O.alk, Ark. Huh Kubiin. Cool KprinKs. S. ('. Joseph Kiley. Ht. Louis, Mo. Melvln C .lingers, Marl'yi, S Alfredo KaiKado, Tiicmoii. Ariz. C. C. Stack, Baltimore, Md. I'M ward Taylor, Chat toiiuoKU, Tenn. Prank Vunsklver. .Nelson, .Neb. John Vanveen, pel la. loi. lleorge Waldley, Aurora. III. Wm. Walker, Palrbury. M .lames U Walsh, Itusioii. Mass KcKinald 'nlsh, I i.tlt linoi e, Md. Klnio t". Wi-, Hradford, iihio It. 1) WrlKht. Itock uioiint, Va. .Ins Wrnbiv. I 'hlcaK", III. I'M ward K. Wurt. In-nn-r, Col. Il.iy I'ord Aihur, i ireenville, S '. John R Allen, Cleveland, Ohio Kdward Anderson, Hartford, S i .lohunnes ltakkrr. l!ox Klder, Motit. Wm. 11 Heck, Windsor. III. Wm. llenriett, Detroit. M i h Mtldle Oowney Ijockpoit, Ky. IMw.ird Haves, St. lmis. Mo I.. D. KKl-ston, ijinsitiK. .Mich. John W. Knnw, Hrooklyn, N V. John II. 1'erniison, Meadow. Tenn. Chun. i. Kiillon. Cuba. Km Itmvald (ijer-tiin. Wolfoid. N. I. Arthur (ireen, Park, N c. It J. Il.ullrath, ortonville. Minn Allen 1'. Heine. West pin Ii Ohio. .1. M. Jenson. Meridian. Texan Arthur Jervis, Middietown. N. Y. (lay Johnson Klyna. uhlo. (')eiirRe Johnson, Itockfor-I, I!'. John A. Join son, Santa Ana. Cal. Jasper Jones Heche, Ark. li.inlel 1! Keily. Mt. Pleasant. Va. Ixmis Kohler. o.'iklnnd. Tinas. Oscar K Kvist Id ilio I-'alls. Idaho. Jos T lHit?. Arlington, Md. James li. Lynch, Kockford, IIL 415 SOUTH MAIN of our high-class coats that formerly sold up to $l'J-". Only in this exclusive lot. Today only, $'.r. Hero you may choose from a wonderful selection of coats that arc ex ceptional values at regular prices of ?80, $S." and $1)0. Your choice today only, $75. .00 We could never impress upon you the unusual values offered in this assortment, but every wanted color, style and fabric will be found. Plain or fur-trimmed. Former values up to $75. Today only, $50. Kdmiind leblond, Auburne, Milne. Tliriinih l)?ue, llrooklyu, ,N. Y. Win. Morrow. Yaklui.'i, Wash. Chas A Keeley, Calxai V Alt.i He ma nil n C. Smith, Haiiillton, M . r 1 1 Wm. S lonf, (Jreen, lud. Died l niin ' Ai-cldcnl and other ( 'IIIIM-S. Corp. John C. HarraHMu Quoin. Ill met Peoples Exchange GROCERIES Tall Milk, 2 for Pink Heans. pound .... y bars White Soap Peas, per ran Yellow Snap, per bar . . . Pearl White Soap, per case 1'niversal White Naphtha Soap, per rase $ Swift's White Soap, per ruse $ No. 2 can Apricots, per can t:t!i;s, per dozen MEATS Creamery Putter I !)U0 lbs. left) per lb Sirloin Steak, per lb. . . (lood Sauna K .Meat, II). . IC 11 111 p roast of beef. II) Plate Holllni; Meal, lb. . Orv Salt Meat, lb Prime Illb Koast, per ID. I'lrst Krade llama (wlioln HI. I.' .'( . 15 in. Hi' ,I.M- Jllr K10 I Id li.'.o l.'x: 40o or half, per lb. Peoples Exchange Style Service Price 1 m I IM John lilackhurn, .S.1111I .Spring. ! Idaho. I Mrs. John p. Wade, P:i'Vtticket, It. I. ! I.i. ut. Il- nnelh 11,11, Pasadena. Cal. Farmer's Grocery We Have For Saturday Beef, the very best. Also Fork, Lamb, cured 11am and Bacon; Fat Hens, Fryers, Ducks and Tur keys. Our head butcher has reason to be proud of his counter for your Sun day eats. Our Fruit," Vegetables, Nuts and Fruit Cake stuff is here. Those who fail to eat from Farmer's store this week will make a mistake. W. C. FARMER 107 EAST FIRST