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T...1"!. r -r--OTTAWA
FITTTTC mUVtf.MOTTtXAL.
fAGE FOUR.
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917
THE FREE TRADER-dOURHAL
125 West Main Street
FREE TRADER-JOURNAL PTG. CO,
Publishers.
if -
TERMS:
i
Dally, one year In advance, by cur
rier .i.Hj
r-1 1 .. , . i, .... MaM.t... i .
la(ly, one ymr in ajvance. by mull . 3'
Wtvkly. one year In advance 1.0
i "
! Entera l as second class niattcr Nov.
tO, 1916, at the postofflee at Ottawa.
111, Under the Act of March 3. 1S73.
The Free Traaer Jourual may It
JUn4 at the new depots of Wnerler
f Malo, Knouscl Droa.,
faffin'a Cigar Store.
and Me !
ltN!ON lLAB"CL
str.rving. Nobody .soe;: without tool.
;ficraiativ ha f-imply solved the prob
CALENDAR OF ILLINOIS HISTORY. ,enl b a ra;lwaj a distrilm-
' March , 1843 Emigration from
Illlnpis tp Calif.otnia. The (la'.ena Gr.
ictte says that one hundred wagons
Will start for California from the
neighborhood of Rock Island in the
spring. ' In the vieinity of Galena,"
say the Gazette, "numbers are gol lg
from every nelghboihood; as a gen
eral thing they form an enterprising
and respeetable class o men ar.i
some women."
'; THE PARCEL POST FAILURE.
'.The University cf Wisconsin afte
u exhaustive lnveetigatlon of the '
Darcel post system of distributing
set it down as a failure. !
food, has
Even without the testimony of tho
Unlversity experts the public realizes !
U has not met expectations. It i
.
has satisfied neither producers nor :
consumers. It has not established !
general easy, quick and cheap C0In. ,
munlcation between ti:c producer and
the consumer.
Many explanations have been given
... ... ,,,
for this fa lure. A New ork state i
pubUcation called Table Talk holds
that It i. chiefly due to the limitation
. th - traa ,V,ao,r thut- ,, . ,m
of the farmer himself that it is lru-,
practicable for him to sell his products
to consumers via parcel post route,
because-
,.,, ,,( ,, , while for the farmers to gatner tneir riu oi parinases ana supplies, m.imju;
To sell his hams and bacon and f ...rr,ph'fi,iMt ..' .i-,ri- . or,ia
mMf. tn, MV nn,Mn hi. i crops. Often it is the fault of rail- s ireruuc i.dent o. park;-. f2..,00.
other meats, to say nothing of Ins. 1 rvu., n-,-.
nthM tm nrn,lMm ,ho tnrni milc. 'roads, which charge ruinous rates or 'her Departments,
other farm products, the fanner must ri.iivirt.ne.ir nf inhii" ,iim r
Aa ' ho. n1h irfivi,i,t tn M to provide adequate faoilitie.i '.or; iH-parjuent of piblie welfare Di
do what every other individual In , , rector, $7,000; assistant director.
businBS must do-r-buttd up his trade
and have his distributing machinery
He must either advertise in local
newspapers, or he must write direct
to friends and thus dreate a demand
for his wares.
"Thus 'drumming up trade' is a busi
ness In Itself.. It is the job of the
middleman or retailer a thankless
taBk, if we may judge from the many
attacks made on the retailer or mid
dleman in the last few yours.
x,.... .u. 1 !
to raising of stocks and produce nion and carrot, every handful
milch better than he knows the retail 8rjln' li,u1s 1,8 la 8ome r"n' 10
business. Rereads price-lists fromitho "-arket basket and the dinner i
...... ... ,, , , ,. , w. I table? i
iiiu diui; ui tut; bluhh, nut ul tun uujti.
To keep track of market fluctuations
while he peddled, his meata through
the' malls would be no small tusk."
All this Is true enough, f'ut niiiHt
the parcel post therefore be given up
as hopeless? It has really made con
siderable progress In . this country,
considering its short history. Is no
more progress possible?
Granting that tho farmer doesn't
know the business end of selling di
rect to tho consumer, why can't ho
learn it? And why can't he bo helped
by public authorities, who nre or
ought to bo deeply Interested In cheap
ening food distribution?
", Several states have already under
taken such co-operation, thru their
agricultural departments, Issuing bul
letins on the s'ate of the retail mar
ket and the demand for various pro
ducts. These bulletins are printed In
the newspapers, and in some cases
distributed free to the farmers them
selves by mall. One of the southern
states supplements this with a de
partment maintained... la a group of
newspapers, where producers and con
sumers can s'ta'e llielr. wants.
, ' There is much room for develop
ment jlong this Hue, And the fed
eral department ol agriculture could
do much more tluui it Is doing to pro
mote the utilization of the parrel
post. So could tho postofflee depart
ment. ,
MANAGING CITIES.
"Imagine a railroad operated under
the direction of men selerted anew
every two to four years by popular
vote," says Engineering and Contract
ing, a Chicago publication. "The glib
speaker, the sweet srnller, the hearty
hand-grlpper ould then have a better
chanco of being president of the rail
way than the tnan who had spent all
his life studying and practicing rail
way construction and operation."
The (subject under discussion is tha
clty-inanHger plan which the maga
zine quoted from heartily endorses.
Tbe writer points out that nearly a
hundred American rltie.s lane nnr
tu.neJ their adr.n.ibt.-at'on ever to
"niEnagrii.'' u.-u.Uly civil rcglneer:
having no training in politics a:u! lir
tlo aptliudc for political careers.
So far the IntmaMoa has I ei- i t i n
fined, for the most par;, ti tlio sr.ia'.'ur
raualc'pnlitL's. hut there aro signs r.f
hi; re aji? adup'iin l.y l:r, cii:u;iu iiul
re.Uctv.
e plan h now r.r.dcr s r:-
cu ; con-1 Irrato: tn : ncn 1" P na .
! (.;,io.. as -evt-'antl. Pittv-bisr. Phila-
de'phia. t'!iiram, Cm innati, Karas
j City and Minneapolis. !n Cleveland
:f!u, roralar into; r--t is evidenced l.y
tfco fa(., tha, ro.,K, fifty ,.ivic nrg:.n!.
iaiit nr. are co-o.v raitns;
in tl:e
lee- :
Vun
make
i f fifteen rtpref.witative ft!ja:ion Mil kite ypur!ay by
thorough iavesiigatloii of tlit ;
city n.ana?er ulan with a view to its
I a-Iof ilcn if it seen;
uraeticahlo.
j WHY Wc ARE ETARVIN3.
Germany's feed r.ipply is low.
And
yet. aecsrditiK to ti unworthy ae
enuat.i, th" Oerruan people a"e not
tic.i. Whi'.t tend tlure is, I:, t..:i'P it
where It is needed, and delivere 1 13
consumers v ithcui in edless uelay or
expense.
Thi3 country prodiu'eJ, last year,
le."3 food than n.-ual. hut still far mnre
tha i enough for all our needs, and
fnrcmraraMy more than any foreign of (i,.p:inim nt r(.v,tm, $?,M)k
ccuntry produced. Tcday food is !-p,i; tmeut of aarieatfure- lire;
griovcurly reareo and costly. I nig? t-: fi.-.J ; assistant director. 1.Hi'i;
quantities, to bo sure, have
bp"n
shipped to Europe; and yet there;
wou'.u be plenty for home eon :ump-,
tlon. and prices would bo
far lower, if
had only been proper
ly
cur crl;s
fathered, eerservod and distributed.
Onlv one section of the eour.try
ay be said to ta;ce anywhere near
Proper care of the food it pro luces,
Thnt kihniVn't r! -e,vbr-i tortieu-
That Is the e,t L!.,e.vh. ... , , ..r ic .
rly in the tact, apples are left to
rot on the trees, potatoes are left to
rot in thcjjvouiul, truits anj vego-
tables of nicay kinur- are gath red
haphazard and In large part left to
spoil on the farm or on the way to
spoil Oil luu urm ur u;i uie via.r iu
1 ;
! market
! SI:eer carelessness and inefficiency! ;
'Souietltncs it is the farmer's fault,
nllniQQ It la Mm filillt nf llipi rnm-
, ,
; miEsicn ii'.ea ai;u
wholesalers, who
!' D
! will not ray prices that make it worth
"'" Blu'1 w u""-v- u
Somu-
tmes it is a lacK or marKetmg iac-n- jr.ooo; jis,(:ai s ipevvlsor. $r.iift; ::up
jtifs in the cities. SonicHmei Ml ; er'ntendent of cluu ilics, $",000; saper
! thosu rauKex and others, work tosoUi-' intend-nt of prisons, $5,000; superin-
f.i T l.n a nut ttru'a hmintv la thrnwi
' ' 000.
avny and people go hungry. j DrpHr,lunt of paIjile health-Diree-
While we're so zealous In prepared ! tor, $6,000; assistant director, $3,000;
ness, why not prepare a little alam: , superintendent of lodging house in
this ilne and check the appallms ! sptttion, $3,000.
, . , . i Department of trade and coin-
waste ol our food supply at its mercoDh.ector , ?7 .; assistant ll-
srurtcs.' Why not get busy on n3 :
iob of seelag that every apple, every I
potato, every erg. every berry, every :
FETZER MAY LOSE
IN ALDERMAN RACE
Chicago, March 2 Alderman
rharle.i E. Morriam was . put across
by the women voton in Tue clay's,
primaries. lie wen by Vlx votes over
William R. Fetzor, former' Ottawa
i man, on tne race o; yestevaay m ctin-
vaas of the Seventh ward. A contest
and a recount of the ballot.', nra in
slnht.
The results of the canvasa as' nhown
In the compilation:) of the Morriam
men, tho Eetzer mnp and th City
News Bureau Rave Fetxer a mule
plurality of 20:1; MerrluJii a feminine
plurality of 20. This given Morriam
a new lead of six votes, The (l",ure.
. ...,, , .
that Came out of the three sets of ail-
ding machines wero rs follows:
M. E. Total
Mcrrtam 2,235 2,837 0,0!2
Ketzer :i,43S 2.C43 6,086
L J
Fetxer plurality 20S
Merrinm plurality ... l!'! fi
The Fetner manuRem refuse to ei.n
eede nn eye lash victory to Merrlam.
Attorney Frank B. Ayers for Fet.er
appeared at the board rooms just be-
loro closing time, and presented a
nieinoraiiduin ashln.-j that judges and
clerks from nine precincts be ' ir.un-
mrmod t.hla mcnilinr fnr IntArMe-itinh
. i - ti u
CONSOLIDATION BlCL'r
RFADY FOR RnVFR'NOR
ncHui run uuvciu Jn
Slu-lnidUdd, III., Mar.
-The , a
inini;-.;r,uioii conroijdntloti hill will, be i
in tho hands t.f the (lovi inor for Big -
ntltlll'll llinlilt.l if ,.,,, if 1, !,.., trnnil n
nature tonight if everything goes ac
cording to schedule. After thrashing
out their points of difference In the
ccnl'erenen eommiltcn ineetin? last
nlcht, both the senate and hou o
stood ready tn pass tho bill without,
further del'V this mornlnir i
lurincr OLI..J uus moru.ng. i
Tim senai.B agreed to withdraw
amendment elimlnatlm; the pflfdtlon
of loilglng-honso inspector,. giving tho :
heads t.f tiepHrtmenlft thirty daya in-1
ntead of leu lor h' ltllrvr fund.. and a
few other miner changes. Otlierwl.o !
Ihn bill will Kl-ifiil an If iim j -'iiiI ilin
urtwr ho.me. '
Tho Urileo nntl whlidtev bill uH
"
roior:ed out of romi.iiileo vv it It a roe-1'
oiiimendaiioti that it pans today.
i nininriwnir nm
VJ I i 8 ' ! Ml
ES I jobs
Ni'E C'C MEM WILL DH.V.V
DC7N M'. FAT SALARIES
WHEN CrtNCOi-IOATICW LAV.'
EECCMEO CTFEC7I VE J'JLY 1.
Tir:u;;!H.
Id., March 2 i!i:h
h'-.iH.-. of the I'vi'lture took fin? I
ai'iica in Guvci uor Lo .v.it a's cjain'.i-
pl'n;;
.. ui'ir. r.cf
c: aimittc:! rtpori-t. The
ready fur the sitaiaUtre. cf
r Si .o:;n :i ; i: h:" been
j:t V'H
;c.':-";:v;:cd by the tiora?y general.
G.i'. error 1. ti annimneed that
he e':;i; i t I to select the directors
cf the u!ne new il.'iiariinenfj) witliin
tho u v. two week?. After that he..y rjC,j
v. ;ll con-suit with the.e ie."!i in !i!::nir
th? sii'.ty subordinate positions cre
ated liy i!e bill. The act bet;,i:n;3 of
feetive July 1.
Offices And Salaries.
Ai p.isi-.ed, after a irir.bei-
visions, the bill eivaif-s the f.l!ovlui$
'offices mid salaries per anifum:
Fin;.:ie department l'ir"ctur. ?7,
0.); assistant director, $l,2n; admin
istrative auditor. H;": superintend
ent of lar'Kct. $,.): .luecrini' .T.'.cut
't ' 1 1 ai.Ui.:;,cr in i.iii.
supcriti'eti'aetit of fo:t.s an I de.inei',
$1. veil; siincr.'ntet'.dent of aninvil In-
.try s-ipcrintenlcnt of plan!
in hi-Jtry. ::.fiiw; ehi' f veterinarian.
M,2''i; chief ;j.nc and f:fh warden.
TJ.ti.iu; each toed sttKiaard oii.T.-s.
Denartracnt. cf labor Director. $"v
Ooo: a extant director. :'..'..); chief
factory inspector : --intend-
ect of free employment otkves. $
& (m.
I)loymt.l!t a,rnciC!) RH,0. t,u.h of nvft
lna3,rh! ofiicera. ?5..t.D.
Denartmrnt of mines and minerals
- '.r .'etor, ..ftbt); assistant aireetor.
fj.O'.ej; each f four o'aieers. t-i'J');
each of four miners' examining oth-
. t. (a,i
ce:. - ,, jisii.
ropartmont of Public Works Diroc-
tor, J7.000; as.i.tant director. ?4.0;
'l etanirnd. nt of highways, $.,, !;
ch'ef hk'hv.av entr'neer $5 0iKc "tin-
v......v... j ... , .. y
:ervsln3 architect, $4,000: superintend-
ent of water ways, $.,)00; Bapcrlnten- $
dent of printinc, $3 000; superintend- ,
i$.(too; alieni-.t, $r,,o0; crhlnoJoglst.
tendent of pardoni and paroles,
fa.-
roctor. $4,000; superintendent of lnsv.r-
gsi -
ance. $5,000; lire marshal
Buneniuenuem oi siunnarua
rotary of public utilities commission,
$ i.oou.
Hep-rfment of registration onl edu-
cation -Miree'cr, $5,000; aaslrdant dl
rtctor, $.H.too; aupcrintendctit of regiK
tralicn $1,200.
NATIONAL AMTHEN
i BAN AS NEW LAW
Sprlnfefield. III!. March 2 -A hill
: prcpo'.dni; to reriiraln the lullucrlinl
! st'i slnRinir and playing of the Star
i SpniwM Uanner in rostnunnt-.i and
e.al'e.i vr.;i introduceil by Senator;
Herlihy in the .'-en ite today. It would
, forbid pliiyim; the national nnlhem '
, in eoiuieef ien with, any nicdloy of.
I other rlra. tin 1 promsc.-i u lino of $100
j for violations.
,
' ..
Cut This Out t Ib Worth Money.
! 1
! IJJR t mlns thia. Cut out thl.i sl'p,
0:u,l-o v.llh Co anil mall it to Foley
i,& Co- 2x35 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago,
I11'" w rititiK your lrnmo and address
: clearly. You will receive In return a
; trial package containing Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound, for roughs,;
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
foi pain in sines and back, ineutua
tifin, backache, kiiiney and bladder
ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tab
i IcM, p. wliotesmno and thoroiiRhly
1 cleansing cathartic, for constipation
f biliousness, hendache and sliiKgiKh
0velH, . V. Ulincau
. ,, , ,
FOR SALE OH RENT.
, H l?W(,lvo 1(,t (,r any 1,orti,,n Ul
: cn Xo..lh Pau, Ktr,,,.t VVill B,,n
thereof,
nepa-
nne!y or .oljierwlsu. . - flood building
lots or c.ood for truck gardening hav-
if k been wmhI tor the lalter purpose
: 0r several years by Hans Pearson,
T ...... I .. T t nl...l..ll I I l.l ll I t-. ,
Inquire J. J. Mitchell, 1132
Paul St.
Phone Mt-X.
.VIWTK Oh' U1IIO. CITV CiF -Ttil.n
i'. , liens dimity, i
l.'t iililf .1 I 'lii-m.v t,i:il;.w imlli M, . h..
in M.ni.ir pnrtn.T ' nf the mm cf k. ,i
Cheney ; i.'n ilulnn Imsli-e.i in Hie I'liv
T,i() ,., y ,) Hl.,,0 r,iie.sald.
mnl timt hmu-i iinu wui pav t.u huiu of
;.v!.ry'en';ir rVtaJrV' n,7t
eu.-rd by tu.- use ,,r 1 1 -t I ! mtnrrh cure,
8wrn , , e'Suld m,!.mX- !n
fn' pre-ienec. tiiiM i.iii iim- ef i
'z,'nT' A' Nei Ivyvu
ilall'N ('.il.ii rli Cure l.n hilicii ' inl.-r mil.
I !?:. .?..1'J !!?'!? 'irwtly on th bluud and
! i ii ui t run n , ' '.i in i in Ki-ninm . mi, t
i fur t"K(lmunlals free,
Hni'i'i,'? n'l' Vi'nint'H
'I'.'il.i' Hall's F.imily I'iIIm fur euiiNll"i
j linn.
haps, prices are talking, hark
Some -tc -,, orf oat cf " ;s. We jlwav
m
:". C. d. Z. PLANTATION COPrEE or $1
a po-'nd c' s-.t;' :er,': J p.vi, Cnyh'; Ercrkfast or Gunpowder Tea.
Z QUALITY TLOUn War.-., a ted lit ter tlun what you are now U3-
)3r r.ic:-.."v b.uk.
O lb. sacks KING QUALiTV F'.OUfd
C.-p Csl.1 Mcial Floe.-, -'D u. jrck;..!
Mci'c c Uij slrjnjlh of Kinj Fiou.: also
; CJ- neighbor abo.it ti. Z's tuts it.
OFECIAL WACH DaV SALE.
E .'rr. i.-.lity 2lvar.i.-.;a -.vrv-i tabs:
?5: c:.:e. carh .' 49c
"Z; z'Z: cotton mops 12c
lie ir.cp sticks 10c
1?3 rising San Stave. Polih 5e
" bars Cwif's Prids C-a? 23c
30c Clothes Lioec He
pkgs. Rub Ma Were Fsv.'dir
SCc Oil cars, two rr.lioa ...
22 c
3 Do
Cheap Feed E.'.ra Oy
liy
5 lbs. ,'ir.a Riot 25c
1 ILis, Soe Barley 25c
3 :hcic3 Crr.ckrd Hotni.iy .. '5c
2 lbs. Green Peas 23c
5 lbs. Choice Relied Ozii 23c
Cholcj Navy Beans, pound lc
ivs els ile Tl'.c Famous
Ward Cakes and Ortingcr's Qualiiy
ufijd rnaria from Kinc Quality
Flcjr.
- Open a ne-Af accoiint by 'nbening No. 128 far fresh strawberries, Florida
Tonatoea, Head and Leaf Lettuce, Hat House Cucumbers, Cauliflour, Brus-f-rp-s?l
oproats, Fresh Mushroo-rn.
T. R. GODFREY
Cot Eaic Market '
Veal Roast 1 5c
Leg Veal 16c
Veal Breast 12c
Rolled Roast 1 6c
Chicken. 1
Reg. Ham 19c
Butterine, the test, 2 lbs. for 45c
Choice Steak , 15c
Brick Cheese 21c
Calves' Hearts, Liver and Brains.
--Fresh Spare Ribs.
Pork Shoulders 15c
Choice Bacon 20c
Choice Short Ribs Beef 1 2 ' c
Choice Salmon , per can 120
Intcrurban Cars Stop at the Door
5j
i The Rooster is a
9
J He shouts very, very early in the morning when the minds of p:o-
0( pie are fresh after a 3cund sleep. Certainly he Iia3 something to
- crow about when he and Mrs. Hen hii wife are so important to Ihe
American dinner table. Like f,1 r. crowing roost;r, the Sprtnghorn
9 meat market is convinced it has someh(ig to crow about. If you arc
8 yet urconvincsd '.ry a roast from our 3hop for your Sunday dinner,
or n choice rut of your favorite meat. We have it.
TURKEYS, GEESS, CHICKENS, yoimg
. . and old.
I Just receivsd a supply cf SWIFT'S HAMS.
w.
iae
The Meat Shop of QUALITY end CLEANLINESS. .
- ....,.,--
CASH BARGAINS AT MUTTER'S SAT
URDAY, MARCH 3.
Choice
Steak
12c.
Pot
Koast iuc
vritr.
Choice
Liver
5c
i
j
Pork
Sausage - 15c-
Bacon
only
18c
We vill have plenty of fresh side meat.
Side or whole pigs for sale, home killed.'
A. MUTTER "
223 MAIN STREET.' '
' li . t f if
; flBffiBttBttslMjJWCS
LL.
i.t .-id'
Subscribe for the
5 hrve th;m. War or no war.
V
ihe ru.?tbe
$2.43
$2.59
Micht ask
of leaves.
CANiiEO GOOOS GALE Compare
Corrpare.
3 c.u: ; E.-.rly June Peas 29c
3 iar o cms telirt Pumpien 23c
2 cr.:.s Rid Bear.s . .' 23c
2 err j Cslid Cabbage 23c
1 can Nc. 3 Solid Tomatoes 15c
2 cm-, Saked Bjans 2 3c
No. 2 ca.is Sliced Pircapp!j . .. 15c
No. IU jlicsd Piireapp'e 2Da
No. V,s Fancy Apricbts .... . i 19c
Gallot or No. 10 Armour Apples 25s
Callo i or No. 10 Soli' Apriccts .59c
Gallo i or No. 10 Solid Peacha 5Dc
Gallo i cr Mo. 10 Pit Plant 23c
LENTEN GOODS
Whola Codfish, pound 10c
Finnen Haddie, pound 20c
Glass Jars Skinned Herring .. 5c
Japan Crab Meat, can 25c
20c cans Shrimp 10c
2 cars Cave Oysters 25c
Chili Con Carne, can 10c
SPECIALS AT '"
1 BROS.
great advertiser
t
i
s
i
s
Pigs'
Feet
5c
15c
tMracgg, sBsti ,1 a
um mr hair mi rhac.
v yr h h i via bis tne a : i aasLeur b
. .T
Pork Liver
Kidney Sausage
6c " ' ', , 8c
u-t
Choice
Beef Rib
Roast 14c
1886-1917.
'PWNE 1021
Free Trader-Journal
TftVF
For any make of stove. We are equipped to
give you quick service in this branch of our
business.
In ordering give all information possible:
Name of stove, name of maker.
Number of stove.address of maker. .
Date, etc.
For temporary repairs you will find Rut-
land asbestos cement first clas3. Two jsize
packages, 1 5c and 25c.
JORDAN'S S
West Main Street.
We have A, NO ONE POTATOE. white stock. Try a peck. They
will plesse you.
Big Cean bargain Monarch Baked Beans, with pork in tomato sauce,
per can , 15c
4' a lbs. dried Peaches, 50c or 10 lbs for $1.00
Big hest Oat Meal barjain, 5 lbs 25c
Orange day Florida Oranges, all day long, dozen 15c
4 big ripe grape fruit 25c
Purs County Lard sale, per lb , 23e
A, No. Orie Country Butter, per lb. .- 40o
Tho net grade Country Butter, per lb .". 30c
That big 40c Coffee sale, 3 lbs. cans, net weight' $1
Search Lljht Matches sale, 6 boxes for 30c
Matches are away up. We bought e few before advance. You ot
the banefit.
2 lbs. New Prunes , 25c
A big high cost of living reducer, 4 lbs. best rice 25c
Movlry's high grade Butterine, the money saver, per lb 30c
The next grade Butterine, per lb ' i.. 28c
Fancy Apples, Bananas, Celery, Lettuce, Shallots, Home Made
Cucu,,nbers, Sweet Potatoes and we expect to have soma strictly
fresh caga.
Pat Slattery
Swscl Navel Oranges
? 1 "THREE SPECIALS
LARGE, SWEET NAVEL ORANGES, per doz. , 30c
2 lbs. REGULAR 18c PRUNE3. 25o ;l
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, per doz , ..36c
'SEALSHIPT OYSTERS."
None better. We are official agents. Oysters aro very scarce on '
recount o" tho bay being frozen, so boats can not run, but our oys- '
tar house has cut a channel through and ico and we have a nice sup
ply of them.
Our line of vegetables is complete. A fine line of apples. ''; ! '
Lerge can of LYNDEN PINEAPPLE
(fi lar?e slices in can
LYNDON PEA0, per can
(Per dozen can3 ?1.H0) ' a-
A Lyndon or Club House labl; on a can Is a guarantee of excsllence.
We ssll Sahulzc's Srtad and Cakes; also Sulzer's Bran and Rais
in Bran Bread. . : ''
Our Teleohone
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Bargain Day---Tomorr
We expect to be busy T0M0RR0W); as we'll
have great values .to off er, " ' ", j
WE WILL SELL i
Up,-to-date middie3 for . . . ... . . . . . . . . 50c
Children's wash dresses, $1.50 to $2 val. . $1 ;
Eull size aprons .... ...... . . . . ." , t V, y 50q )
tjNevv Spring Waists. ........... . . . . v $1 ,
l-New Spring woolen skirts,. . , $2.50 to $2.9$
jKimonas, crepe and flannel . ......... . $1
Odds and ends in all wool skirts , , . . . . . $1
Great bargains in children's coats. , IJ'
Great bargains in lad ids' coats and suits!
Great bargains in FURS. . , , !
You should take advantage of this sale, as this is the last on this
season. Our store Is getting filled up with new spring suits and coats,
which aro arriving daily. Come In and look them over. The stylet
are beautiful and prlcss reasonable';'."".'
Cloak &) Snii Sicro -
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Ottawa, Illinois
FOR SATURDAY:"
25c.
15c
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