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PACE TWO
AMARILLO DAILY NEWS. WEDNESDAY, MORNINC, DECEMBER 1, 1920
UK
. B. NUNN.
PnfcUalur
KUMNtK M. RAMMvV, Xlanafina Milor.
IMIU.SLS
rUtorlal rtrwrtnmt .
OHic ...... --....
11 Wnl fifth Mirt
vs.
Only Momit Nttir in th AmarHls
Munlrf. Corm thf I'anliaml'r ol Trias, '.!
tni Kw Mrnca, Southern toL.nln n
Writrra OklaHwra Iron tlt to iM.tf.
(war tioura in titvanc ol ltenr, lHa.
rt Uarth, Oklahoma fur "l oilirr p.ti
ariftnf tlftihic dKpatihra.
t Mt4 Mrnnd flaw rattrr It tht poal
o(fl t Amanita, Ttiaa, tmdet lha Act !
Stare t, IMS.
M USI MI'TION RMM
BY MAIL IS AI'VASt K
It Tina, OkUkoaia, Cclurada and New Mv
1 MmH I Hi
Moatht .....'"
Mentha l wi
1 Yr 7.20
tMlMrtd by ttmrr m Amanita aamt aa atoft
IXStWIIr.kK
I youth t m
Martha JI'V
Month :"1
1 Vow .W
HfMIIKK OK 1 UK ASSUl IAU I Mrm
Too Aociattd Prm la cluir!jf r"Mli4
to lh ar lor fftHi'-lirat" nf .1 nrwa il
Mtckn rrrdttfd In at not ol'trrwi rr,litl
in (hi anr oml tiao ollirr local newa rub. I
Aaooo kcroiaj.
All nr'ili ol ntiMiratinn ol tafcciaJ
tatthn byrrrm at alio twrrJ.
Tll
tan it a.
Amciio I'icm Lr4 Hut
TWO STANDARDS.
Kvcry party in jmit sinner
r later develop a nial-iMntnit
who await the tijijMirtnnity t
throw a monkey-wrcinh into tin
machinery in an cffurt t' mk
it. Pride of jutm m.il pini mj is
the ear-mark of Midi an itilivil
.ual and frccdym from all n -i
nihility make it cay fur him to
.express adverse sentiment tn
.those of the aumimstratmn with
out tcing jorcei t pruve in
theories arc faulty.
Such an one W W. J. Hryan f
Lincoln, Nebraska. '
No sKner thn-s hi jarty suf
fer defeat at the rxJIs than forth
he comes to saddle tin- l!.in;c
upon others in the hope of cum
pletinjr. the wreck a wreck over
which he gloats in the hope that
he will he the one chosen t pick
up the pieces and put them to
gether again.
The recent issue of the Com
moner is filled with criticism of
President Wilson and the nu n
vho have led the nation through
the, most perilous years of it
history. There is nothing of
charity to he found there: there
Is no breadth of understanding "f
cial utlook. Commenting upon
present and future conditions,
the I'ullctiu says :
"A graphic illustration of
price-fall effect is that of the
market decline in agricultural
products. The total value of the
four dominant crops Wheat.
Corn, O.it and Cotton at cur
rent price, approximates $$.Jio,
om,ot, while these same crop
in l-jii would have produced
Fi'.S.vi.too.ooo.
"Here i a decline of three and
a half billions f dollars, which
ru-t not only affect the buying
pnver of the agricultural regi..u.
i.tit niv.t alo ease the credit sit
liati'Mi notably. Agricultural
loans will be paid off gradually
front now on. and industrial loan
wi'l not be ircre:ied.
"Lit Friday' reserve ratio
of the mm! ined I'ederal Reserve
banks was 4 1 i per cent. the
first since July. l)uring the lat
two weeks :i substantial reduc
tion has taken place in loans and
I'ederal Reserve notes, and tlur.
Ins been some inert ae in gold
hobbies. TV.e high mark in cred
lit dct'v nd for autumn purpose!
j has evidc ntlv been made an 1
paeij. . lar as eau r money
i a favoralile element, that much
mav be expected. I
"Ihe era of speculation and1
e ti n vagat'i c in the lat two!
year carried price far looinl
tin highest war level. 'I hi i
becai'se the buyer had plenty of
ft.iiiey. or thought he had. and
iitiw e.i , wiumrnr 10 ti.iv :oi
ARE YOU SUPERSTITIOUS?
The Hatcl Rod
yard rompHny cinrut'ly ahiiuld I
Klvt'tl lhr riitillnlMilin liricsl, mllfKiKtllltf
iim-uiii in biiiiiii'IiIi that rcoult.
Thi'U' In hide tlian imr inountiiln In ji'Utti r ef tln n1 iiiiit nN-riitr at nun
tin' fnllrj Ht.itin mIh to a 111. 111 irrNir
ln to (IlK u wi ll iH t li out Ilia In lh
I .r whn mull rniauJii i..w t.i iii4 lint
IlilO-l ll"l. Willi ll Win II iMIllili liIT
ih" tii'iiiiiil nt tin1 riH r unitli'. with
us V ilmiMil jir.nKi riimly ) M ii n
u.iol. will X,,.! I. nlv twin nvi.r . Ii-'h
Itipi tly nlm- on iiinl ri:riiiml wti.r-
u ri i'. Mliict a e er w hue il rv niifflo
ieiitty r.iiuituir with tln uwi of the
IIMiillia rml t4- nttiklliR the final (.f
te. Inxlwitl of run vine atn 1 1 - tin
ikllilleil nntiKo lutgel OhI thi'V ntilll
Ihe ImHe ami Insert u pliso t the
nieliil Unit In aoiiklil It In In ln-
Unit t!u Iiiukiii :! uttini tlon ef t lila ' m tlx l -a. li'.il
metal fir that Rinirht h.iiU the in
wuoln tlie hlililen nHit.
Mliiern. ut liiiat, will nKiee that
rise. xi mlttliiK III" flint ril tn nlillie
'.lireiik'H tlie 1 11 111 It 'I I. In niiM'i kIIIIuII
1 omen fi 111 el'l I .'iik'll M if I in in Tin'
M ileiin.in r Ini rn. Imwi ver, cut lli' lr
isn frmn f.ult Irwa ' Im-Iwih ii minn."
The lu.ik'li' Wllllll ef IlleilleVlll I'leO.I V
an I 1 iiiiiiinei- n.il.liil the iiwner t.i fitnl
hl'l.li II tle;i ire It In at the Ih.IIi.iii
ef h.ilf Hi" wifld'a (airy tiil'n. WI1.1I
"r It t un le il wiiii lit innHr, !l wnn
k.-l.e,.
'It In I iik cry fo.in full y talen,
nui iftKutl.iiin, uinl the miner a imI to
(tie fluekli nn lUlli l f the lnllle lll'lllel
lnt their tine kpiaiiK fnun tlio auina
nmiiie. lli.il II In In miv, fnun the
Mi ruti n uinl hla limbic
I tK IM'ia.SlltFNT I.IKF.A
AM I(II.I4M Kl.l. t.SOl C.ll
a 10 KKTTI.K IMIWN IIHtK. a
' Aniiirllli iiiia nrr not nhitic In a
thinking that Anuirlllo In one nf a
j Ihe rln liti 1 te In Ainerlcu. lie- a
4 I'ic'lileiit .Mumh.ill. mnlitlliK !
a Inn niiiiiaiti r, iln lureil thaf lie
wnillit I Km' Very much to leniili In
t!ie It v. Mr Miirnhiill iiffniil,
a wlnlher JnkliiRly nr m i Imiily, In 4
a neceil ii l.iw luirtnei-nhlp In u o r- 4
4 lain firm In the illy. irnvlileil the 4
4 mi iiiiik iiiiiiiiiii tee nhiiulil he laiKe 4
4 iimiKh. 4
4 4
I tie Mil n. I
Ti'timrniW Kiin
thf en 'ii Mm.
i-llti.n cf wcililiiiK
U S ASKS COURT
' 'TO ORDER SALE
fCimtlnuisI Fmiti 1'na-a Ona.
i III III' tn he Innnril l.y (he trim) runt
Ki'iv, tut MliilttinK the emirt tn lie.
t' l llilne a fiilr pi li e The ar.'Vi l llllli III
iiImi n "hi i tnl nil nufll. lent iinhin .in. ,
w.m ailvcri that the ,M. n;n 'niiiiiinv'
ri l;itii.i In their ntiM h y inl n i..i i tli n
mntilil In' entirely l.i.kiil uff thr'Uliih
rclilf nl nf i f f Ii vim ami inii.yis n.
The rciirt nf the feili i-.il trail row
mlnnli'ii nn ii ki-i h ..ni w un nltiii In .
In the K'lVei iinnlil'n hrlif. In the in.'ilit.
It ri.nl ilniil i.l. J. -. Ii, .in ( f,,nh );i v
The tllliin in lli:u1i' retlll nilhle
iimlier 11 Itv IlK lletllliill Ihn rnvi'in
mi nt hna l.ik-it mi nfflrniatlvr amn.l I ,r','f """ ..m.iii. tol .tOn, f.,r
en illnimnliiK of tlie wirkera ntm k Var I i "l,'H " "f Ir""' '1" l-'l" 'V"T
li t.i.ntn. a. i .'iiliiiir t.. munn. I f. tli an'1 " " ,"" ""y-l I'l' l- rtlen. tip
ill ii.irttm nt nf )utl.i-. It wnn riplnln
it th.it In n t'ifine the envernim-nt timl
un rrly ill. Ie In) tn phmn (iffrrit! hy the
I'.ntii! wlthmit auirT KtltiK a nirthrnl
i.( i'i'i'i Iiir tlie propci tlt-a na fMiuIri 1
nriii r the i i.nw nt il.-. rci' In lhr partu.
i lis. n.
Want Tru"ti Appalntrd.
The it' ei iiiiimfn iM-titlnii nild nn
!. einl'er 14 i-nutisel wnulil itmva "that
INittiiiuty ti purtli.ine the ntiH k ef i-arh
Rem! Daily Now a Want Ada.
What Are .These Men Doing Here?
If niilllmuiirra and nt-ny ulliem of llii nmnt aurrraaful pe.H.I 'of tin
luln Uerhn .l.ai.ie I ' ' r. how much mnr
uhI irraler iln mid "f ' tur him h iM-nnlbli. rroniMity and
-r,n-l MiMarlloiif ". . n'u, n"". th
lullar. I . .nr i.m- by bl '" '"
Suits. rrM and t.rra! ml rr dfd md Mllnlaclluii In every
reii jtuumiili'id, r no elMrcva.
In SS tMl; ChililiTtls 11.00 In M.M
Ml tolnrn fnun lv.br lo Irn limea inur durablr lluin imtdrrH mill
iilmi. Iirai tries li lll.e iirw: mi alirlttUa,;!' tr ottur undialrable
iralurr. '
I'AIUT.I. MT TIM;
MTIEll't lMi IU10S.. tiTKXM IV: It i
DYE DEPARTMENT AMARILLO LAUNDRY
rrb-plliuir I IKrt
ni.iillln, Traa
10 PER CENT
Wr mIII lur limited iiintilM-r of
IVi'lrrri'd hatlnaa OrtUbntr hrarliia
10 per t-riil Inlnrnl iablr Willi an- (
finally. TbU I lull niitltr) and Hill br ,
ri'ili'i-nii'd al any I line iiimhi 30 da)'
tnl Ii r.
KAItMl HV A HTIK lOIKVH 1.0 t
INVI HT.MhNT AssiHA UION
V. V Milium, Treasurer
It. M. Nash. Srrrrlary
Aiiilnrlrd (aplial $.iIN,inni.Imi
I'linnr :::i ll Ka-.l 61 II Nt.
Aniarlllu, Trvaa
nanw 11 at 1 1
i wmm 111 i i m i
a3aQaCSaa
t. I f
The Game That Never Grows Old:
A High claim. Ki d Llmnled. rerrfuibm fr, nu n, women and t-htl-
Oa-t In Ibe Kiimr. At bunl omir HOtrh llu fun. 8leeUttnra at
IviiVM wel. i'iiie. fiiiiir. imil Ifil'.K your (i lulidn. Tbi tiiahatrinnl
tledn'ia tliut nirjiliinB will cumlui ti d In a etran, orderly muhntr,
315 Polk Street
BLACKBURN & M ALONE
Funeral Directors
ntoMrr .vmi:i i.am i; M-:itvi( B
t'uneml t liiii'H .ir.) I'nlk
rhoM II
, 1,1 I, ,,.. 1,' " lb Tee I riltilill niipnllltlliK anl1l
j.ti.e aked. It wa only human . lir , ..,
iiliire for the .seller to soak the
bitMT ai-iordinijly.
"When the bnver sobered no.
Ihe stopped all thi, and tndav'i
.1. .i i. . i
stagnation i-i me retm. it nm.
concluded that it i in ny 'trnk yant market
how ever In
imier-l'iiynir.
Uictioii. tti.it ha broticht alMitit
the tit preion. If tlii is so. the
situation slmtiM slowly right it
sell', and active bit-hie eventual!'.-
proceed ah-nj; a lower price
level.
"The effect ujioti manufact
tirir ami wholesalers, however,
has not yet culminated. nnr un
employment inut probiblv in
creae. This, combined with low
er ci t of living, will tend M
vanl wape reduction and more
efficiency.
"The autumn crisis has been
safely aspl; the country i
rich; the crops are larjre, ami the
financial r.iachinerv is strain-
I ' '.."'' -.hi in Tiwiin nn imiif
T truntea to tuk ponnenlnn nf ait't
Iielil. riit.JiHt to the unbr of tbr eaurt,
all atmkn, bimita or nthrr msurltl.a
iiwneii l.y any ilefetidunt Vepreaefitlnf
wiirrnhip .f nr Intinnt In uny pnl.lii
niik yanla iimiimny n lhr fulled
the weirhty problem which have!'".1"' curiuw may not be
been carried, almost alone, bv the! "..,0 r"ccX rcal mprovrnent
President. Tliere is onlv scath- ,intl1 "u-'tria readjustment has
inp criticism, unlxmndcd egotism
and an unholy joy in the woman's
.repetition of an "I told juu so!'
itryan i the pcace-at-sny
procecdet! further."
oi.l ii.. i ...r ..r.. ' " l'"lrr or niiK k yarn tnaiKrl join
and not over-pro-( ..... ....,...., , .....' , .
. i h'ii i'M"ii"u". m in.- t iiiii-u i-iiNirn, nnii
tlmt mill 1 1 untie vr tl'U-lern, timbv
nub reKulntinn nn tlie nniit limy pre
ai r!M', tie illreitnl an the eoiirt tuny
tirin'iil tn aell and ilinioH of aiirh In
tennti In aiirh a manner aa thr einirt
.uny illrn t, attltiihlr- prnvlnlona belnir
iiuiile f.ir ni'tlrr tn thr ilifirtJ.ini mi l
oppi'rtuiilty In hi hr.int lnfi.ir anil
nalr hy thr tnjntrcji rhnll if rnnflrniiil
I y thr murt.
The per hi! tillnwnner fur tlar Rnverr..
tnent tn fllr ol Jiftlntia tn thr new in
let I J plana preientol tn thr emir:
by the p.vkrrn l:ipd tmlay. rorma' ,
pn.tent waa ina.le nara trial the Jnltit pro
M'il of thr Armour ami Swift emu- '
iinlen In nn iliflialmn of thr orleinal
1" Ik-et of all thr pnekera f,.r n 111111)111);
inintvany fur thr rti-k ynnln prn'r
tier to I crganl2d ,y u, f, I'rlni'r A
(.'iiiiwny of Ilnatim. thr aovrrninent
nli ulijrctcd to lhr rrparatr pnn prr- '
nvntril by thr Motrin rnmrany, but !
rtitalnrd n wrek'a rxtrnnbin M fllr It I
vlewa nn tn thr Cu.lnhy Cnmpany'a
plan, thr l.mt to br prenrntrit.
OnMHH I'rlnrr Nhrmr.
(iplonition tn the Trlnrr hi.Minii
riinip.iny whrnir wna bnaul on thr eon
trntiin thut It wi.ulit pravent oprr
U n of lh Itroprrtle unJ'-r awuuratr
nncLixns million.
A Massachusetts vouth has re-
Intrren'n. rurh nn atnrk rniaern nml
pricer who deserted his chief at ! fti-sl a legacy from his father ofj'era. in ronneotiim with thr pro.
r .1 million dollars on the trrmmd p""1" .l in" i10"40" rM na
u.t.nn nni.-iiui vrw in ii .
riniaiiy. tbr a-nvrrnment Mtlntvd out 1
tinuv
the most critical of all
vhen the nation was upon the
verge of war. It was P.ryan
vho thereby pave "aid and com
fort" to the enemy. It was I'.ryan
vho, to the minds of some Amer
icans, deserted the ship in the
face of the enemy fire.
Running true to form, it is
Bryan who is deserting his
. Tarty in the day of its dark hour,
it is T.ryan who has no word of
cheer but only bitter recrimina
tions to offer. He it is who re
fused to take the stump in bc
Iialf of Cox because he could not
Stand the raff of majority rule
in the San Francisco convention.
;yet he it is Oh, consistency
Vho points to the Rcpublican vic
tory as vindication of tnajoritv
fule.
How differen is Vice-President
Thomas R. Marshall, holding the
second highc.t office in the gift
tit .the people, who has never,
personally, been particularly
close to President Wilson, who
lias ever and is txlay loyally sup
porting his chief and thoc' prin
ciples which he has enunciated.
Vice-Frcsidcnt Marshall ana
lyses the causes of Democratic
lefeat at the polls very different
ly from the P.ryan method. Mr
ascribes the Republican victory
lo the inevitable reaction follow
ing a war.
Nor. lias defeat of the Demo
cratic ticket proven that the
American people do not want the
country, in some manner, to be
come part of the League ,f Na
tion anil tntr in rirtif..l ..
Jn the nrvention of future wars. I
We believe that President-
i-ieci iiarciing is going t.i realize
this fact and act accordingly, if
campaign speeches made by him
daring the last few weeks before
he election can, be relied upon
1 PRICHS. j
' Prices over the nation arc de-i
clining and it is probable that th
tottom has not lieen reached yet. j
I'eople have long realised that'
decline, sooner or later, must
come. 1
While there will ineviubly he
Some lo$.es attendant uion' the 1
"drop in prices, is admitted, but,
Thf Bache Review, of N'ew York.!
a bulletin issued weekly. seeJ
rwtiiinff c hrrrili!'' i-t the f;---:-
that it not his. He does not
even desire to spen. this money
for the good of others. P.ut that
same youth, with no way of mak
ing an In met living, is being sup
ortei!, together with his wife
a:;d chihL by his mother.
It just appears to the layman
who has never thought in terms
of one million cents, that it might
be jut as well if the young man
put that million dollars to work
Mipiorting himself and some of
th- other ccplc of the world
who arc in need of funds. The
Lord might think him more honest.
ThLKHIOVr: INVKXrHiATlnX
IH (IMK MOKK HISTIUXED.
tnventliratli n if thr tebphnn aitun
t..ii In thin illy wun nntMinri agatl
yent''ii.iy on nnmjiit uf thr illiKua of
telej'hnnr offlrlala
! laii that thr ilerrer irn',!hitri nnv of
lh riiriM'tntliina from hnldlnfr atmk In
a hnMinar roinpnny. Turthrr tibjertion
was made Ixsinunr ptin rontalnnl nn
.n. liuna fur ultiinntr divintlon by
thr pukrra of tlila prrferiwl holillntr
eoiiitinny atock and Ixvauar thr amount !
o fat ink tn b Iniuetl wna far In rxcr.
of lhr valur of thr arcurlUia tu bo !
tranafrrrrd.
Thr arkrr, arrordln lo thr plan,
would participate In the ayndleatr tn
thr rxtrnt o ftwo-thlrdn, whl h thr gov
rrnmrnt ronteniled tne thrtu fintrol
and finally the irnvrrnmrnt irtrurd
that llio pluti wna prnliably In violation
of tbo Hhrrnian antt trunt aiw.
Ohjrrt lo Morrla Dan.
Tn the Vlorrla plan whirl. TuVl.
Hut tbr i-oniiwiny aarlcn all lla aim Ic
tn n trunt entupany nnnH-d by thr murt,
thr Koveminent i4ijertid nn thr ground
that It waa not In arrord with thr il".
1 rrr renulrrnirnt that the wti krra ill.
cnt tlieinw lvrn nf their atnrk f.irrl
proi-rrtlea. The irflvrrnn.rnt alau ar
il that MiMiia A ('niiipany woiill
reuln thr rlBht tn fix tlir prl'-r of ao-
Diamonds Diamonds
uu nn aJutiM liar liitrmtr) biolng a Diamond fur amnr Var
iitar IM itMi, but aJme lla grral rhaner In lla flnaiKM rf lhr
rntintry nti havti atxNit drnoprtj the Wr-a. iMi't Irt that Mop a
hl-K 51 K.
E.L. SMITH
JEWELER
112 East 5th Phone 1305
NEW SHEET MUSIC EVERY DAY
a.
Toy Pianos For Christmas
The ratnt complete line of TOY PIANOS in
Amanita
All Sizes From $2.00 up to $30.00
Make Your Selection Early
O.LTOEZIEN & SON
MUSIC STORE
117 West Seventh , , , Phone 2155
Piano Tuning and Repairing
rj
tarCashGrocery
407 West 9th Amarilio. Texas Phone 434
The Haute That DieUtei Prices for the Entirt Panhandl.
Country.
Wc ennrot deliver any orders under $3.00.
Pure Cane Sugar, frcm 10 lbs. up, per lb 11 1 2c
4S lb. snck White Crcat, Fxptnsion and Red SUr Flour,
MJ0
25 lb. sacks Meal, each $1.05
Large White Colorado Potatoes, per 100 lbs $2.95
6 lb. can Cn'sco, each ... . $1.50
9 lb. cn Crisco, erh $2J0
3 lb. cvi Crisco, each 80c
Large Buckets Jewel Compound, each $1.45
Swifts Premium or Armour Harm, per lb 40c
Swifts Premium Breakfast Bacon, per lb. ... .58.
Armours Banquet Suar Cured Bacon, per lb 41c
Cal. can Dark or Light Karo, each 93c
ran Brer P.abbit, New South, King Komus, White
Swan, Anrours Very Best and Dun bars Southern
Syrup, per gallon $1.25
Large cans Lor Cabin Maple Syrup, each $130
10-Ib. cans New Mexico Comb Honey, each ........ .$175
10-lb. cans Uvalde Comb Honey, each $3.25
Cat. cans Solid Packed Apples, each 60c
Cal. cans California Yellow Cling Peeled Peaches, 'each' 90c
Cal. cans Cr.lifnmia Apricots, each 90c
CsL cuns Solid Parked Blackberries, each ' $1.25
Cel. cans So'.ic Packed Loganberries, each ........ .$1.50
Cal. cans California Fartlett Pears, each $1.00
CaI. cans Hawaiian Crated Pineapple, each $1.00
CL cans Royal Anne Cherries, each $1.00 '
Cal. cans California Tomato Catsup, each 75c
CL cant Red Pitted Cherries, each -..$liO
Cal. cans California Unpitted Prunes, each $1.00
Gal cans Sweetened Muscat Crapes, each 90c
Three Mb. pkgs. Steel cut Coffee for $1.00
Three Mb. nkgs. Pmfecrry Steel Cut Coffee for ....$1.40
i-h. ca.is Alton Celebrated Coffee, each $1.50
2 1-2-lb. cans Hill Pros. Mora and Java, blended Coffee,
none better, per can $130
3-lb, cans Tamco Coffee (linen rapkin in can), each . .$130
3-th. cons Louis Celebrated Coffee, each $1.40
Mazcta Sahd and Cooking OilPint cans, 40c; Quart
cans 75c; 1-2-gal. cans $1.40; CaL can $2.50
Ex trr. Specials
We have received quite a large shipment of Del
monte Table Fruits put up in heavy syrup, in the No.
2 1-2 and No. 1 ta'l carts, which we will make special
prices for a few days.
12 No. 2 1-2 60c cans of the following t 2 Delmonte
Yellow Clin; Pccchrs, 2 Ddmonte Bartlett .Pears, 2
Delmonte Royal Anne Cherries, 2 Delmonte Muscat
Crapes, ?. Bee Esskn Peeled Apricots and 2 White Swan
Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple for $530
Special No. 22 No. 1 tall cans Delmonte Pears, 2
Delmonte 'Apricots,' 2 Delmonte Royal Anna ' Cherries
and 2 No. 2 cans Delmonte Peaches, 2 No. 2 cant Ha
waiian Sliced Pineapple and 2 Na 2 cant Red Pitted
Cherries, the 12 cans for $4.00
3 lbs. No. 1 Soft Shell English Walnuts for $1X0
3 lbs. Soft Shell Pecans for $1.00
3 lbs. Soft Shell Almonds for $1.00
Four ll-ox. pkgs. Seeded Raisins for ...... ., $1.00
11 oz. pkg. Evaporated Peeled Peaches, each 25c
5 lb. pkgs. Clue Ribbon Peeled Peaches, each $130
25 lb. boxes Evaporated Peaches, each $615
2S lb. boxes Large Evaporated Prunes, each $5.25
25 lb. boxes Seedless Raisins, each $630
50 lb. boxes Evaporated Ring Apples, each $10.00
Fresh Shell Pecans in halves, pound lots $125
Fresh Shell Walnuts in halves, pound lots $125
Nice Large Fresh Mackerel, each ISc
Frenh Salt Alaska Red Salmon, per lb 30c
12 lb. kits Fresh Fat MeckereL each $130
IS-ox. jars Oranp.e and Crape Fruit Preserves, each . . . .S0c
Six 25c, 7-ox. jars Armour's Pure Fruit Jelly for . . . .$120
14-ox. jars Air Line Pure Strained Honey, each S0c'
32-oz. jars Air Line Pure Strained Honey, each $1.00
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Buy Your Can Goads in Dozen and Case
Lots ?, it is a Wis Saving in the Long Run.
4 No, 1 tall cans Libby's Ripe Olives for $1.00
Five 4-oz. jars Queen Olives for $1.00
Four 4-oz. jars Stuffed Olives for $1JK) '
Three No. II tall jars Stuffed Olivet tor $120'
Three No. 11 jart Queen Olivet for $1.00
Quart cans Refined Peanut Oil, each 75c
2 1-2 GaL Class Jars Sour Pickle, each $2.7S
Kruners No. 2 ran Tomatoes, per doz. $125; per case,
2 doren $2.40
No.' 2 1-2 can California Tomatoes, per dot. $140; per
case,' 2 dozen $330'
Nd. 2 can' Standard Ctrn, oer dot. $1.75; per case,
2 dosed " ;...$3.40'
No. 2 cans Justice Com per doz. $220; per case, 2 doz. $425
No. 2 cans Hosiers Extra Fancy Corn, per doz $224;
per case, 2 doren $430
No. 2 cans Standard Pearl, per doz. $135; per case,
2 doren' $3.00
No. 2 cans Louia Fncy Pear, per doz. 52.60; per case,
2 dozen $5.10
No. 1 cans Clirper Fancy Pear, per doz. $1.60; per case
4 dozen ... $6.25
No. 1 cans Clipper Fancy Corn, per doz. $135; per case,
4 dozen . $8.00
No. 3 ran I ye Hominy, per doz. $1.75; per case 2 doz. $3.40
No. 2 B. & M. Strinplcsa Bean, per doz. $1.99; per case,
2 dozen $3.75
No. 1 tall can Chum Salmon, oer doz. $1.75
No. 1 tall cans Bright Pink Salmon, per doz $225
No. 1 tall cans Fancy Alaska Red Salmon, per doz. ..$430
No. 1-2 flat cans Medium Red Salmon, per doz. . . . . .$225
No. 2 Campbells Pork and Beans, per doz. $1.60, per case'
3 dozen. ,.$430
No. 2 cans Red Pitted Cherries, per doz $325; per case,
2 dozen J325
No. 2 cans Solid Pack Blackberries, per doz. $3.00; per
case, 2 dozen $5.75
J4 hars Peets Naptha Soap for $1.00
15 bars Crystal White Soap for $1.00
16 bars Bob Wl itc Soap for $1.00
17 bars Gean Easy Soip for $1.00
13 Lars P. A G. Naoth. Soap for $1.00
20 bars Swifts White Soan for $1.00
20 bars Star Yellow Soap, $1.03; per case 100 bars . . . .$4.00 '
22 bars Ideal Yellow Soap, $1.00; per case, 100 bars . .$3.7S
7 Lars Laree Ivory Soap for $1.00 '
11 small bars Ivory Soap for $1.00
12 bars Palm Olive Soap for $1.10 '
20 boxes Cold Dust for $14)0
20 boxes Light House Washing Powder for $1.00 t
14 boxes Lfohl House Cleaner for $1.00
12 lbs. Mexiran Beans for $1.00
11 lbs. Navy Beans for $1.00
10 lbs. Pink Beans for $1,00
10 lbs. Fresh Black Eve Peas for $1.00
8 lbs. Lima Beans for $1.00 .
6-oz." Armour Milk, per doz. 85c; per case, 8 doz. . . . .56.1$ '
16-oz. Armour Milk, per doz. $1.75; per case, 4 doz. . .$6.75
6-ot. cans Carnation Milk, per doz. 90c; per case 8 doz. $7X0
16-oz. cans Carnation Milk, per doz. $100; per case,
4 dozen $7.75
Fancy Rome Beauty. Apples, per box $2.75
11 lbs. Full Head Fancy Rice for . . .$1.00
Hersheyt Cocoa per lb. pkg SOe
2 1-2 lb. can Dr. Price's Baking Powders, each TSc""
5 lb. cans Calumrtt Baking Powders, each $125
10 lb. cans Cilumett Baking Powdcrt, each ...$100
17c Tin Prince Albert Tobacco, per doz. $1.75
10c siie Durham Tobacco, per doz $1.00
6 No. 1 cans Goodwin's Apple Butter for $1X0
Three 16-oz. jars Goodwin's Apple Butter for $1.00
5-lb. Crocks Armour's Pure Fruit Preserves, consisting
of Cherry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry and
Fig, each . ..; $2.00 '
Three 16-oz. jars Armour's Pure Fruit Preserves, one 1
each Peach, Raspberry and Pineapple, for $1.75
Three 15 -or, jnrs 0. B. Preserves for $1.09
Three 16-oz. jars I.ippincot's pure fruit preserves $130
Three 16-oz. jars Lippincot'a straight fruit and sugar
Preserves f,or $123
Three 12-oz. jars Curtice Pure Fruit Jams for $130
Three 16-oz. Tennyson's Pure Fruit Jams for .$130 '
Three ISoz. White Swan Crape Jam for ..$129
3 Wo. 2 1-2 cant Golden Slate Peach Jam for ..... . .$130 '
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