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TTTF, OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1D0S.
RAILWAY MEN IS POLITICS
EmplcywWill, Confine Effort to Af
fairs in Tfcii State.
WILL NOT GO INTO EITHER PARTY
Hefcraaka Orstlo Eatabllahea
HrtdiH'ri at Hotel
EKkf Aatlonal Coma
plications.
Permanent headquarters of tha Nebraska
fltate Railway Employe Protective asso
ciation have been opened at Hotel Rome
and one or more member of the executive
committee will be In charge from now on
to look after the Intereata of the railroad
men and their campaign againat "needless
agitation of tho railroad question and re
ductions of ratea which promise nothing
for the general g-ood, but threaten to cut
the revenuea of the rallwaya to auch an
extent that wage reduction! and decreased
forces will be neceimsry."
"We are not going to enter the national
campaign In any way," eaJd 8. C. Macom
br, member of the committee from North
rintte. "We liave no Idea of declaring
oureelves for either Mr. Taft or Mr.
Bryan. Our Interest la wholly within the
tat of Nebraska and we will not be
Identified with any movement to" aupport
either national ticket. But we are in poli
tlca Juat the aame Nebraska politics, and
when the time cornea we will be found
looking out for the Interests of the rail
way wage earnera by knowing something
about the men who are to be elected to the
Nebraska legislature and who will be up
for election to places on the State Railway
commission.
Not a Partisan More.
"Thtao are the places we are going to
watch and the places which similar or
ganisations In other states will watch, but
let 11 be distinctly understood that the or
ganization as an organisation will not
quibble with either the republican or demo
cratic parties as tp the national Injunction
question or other similar questions which
may agitata some of the labor organisa
tions or which may arouse the labor or
ganisations and brotherhoods to which our
members belong."
The members of the executive committee
say the organisation In Nebraska la grow
ing rapidly and at present over SO per cent
of the railway employes In the state are
enrolled. Several meetings are being held
In different parte of the state every weelt,
but Mr. Macomber and Chairman F. M.
Ryan denied that the organisation ever bad
a thought of calling a state meeting as
suggested by tho Evening Plnklet.
Purpose of Organisation.
To make the purpose of the organisation
clear a circular letter has been prepared
which Is being sent to all railway employes
of the state. This letter says In part:
We desire to make clear that It Is not
our purpose to prevent, oimtruct or oppose
the passag of any measure which the
general welfare of the state demands, but
we do propose to see to It that our in
terests shall hereafter receive the aame
consideration as all other classes of clti
sens, taxpayers and voters, Instead of being
Ignored by the professional politician who
Imagines he la doing our thinking for us
and whose only stock In trade Is an exten
sive vocabulary composed principally of
hot air. Not only Is our numerical strength
a gratifying feature, but the Intelligence
of each and every member Is an Inspira
tion prompting; every member to greatet
efforts toward securing the results for
which thla association Is formed. We wish
to especially direct your attention to the
coming political campaign, and Impress
upon you the necessity of carefully looking
Into each candidate's record aa to hia abil
ity and his attitude relative to our. Inter
ests. It must be clearly tindestood bv
those who will give our Interests the full
and fair consideration accorded to others.
We do not antagonise the Intereats of the
banker, merchant, manufacturer or farmer,
but regard them as our friends whose In
terests and ours are mutual. We believe
the Interests of the 22,nno employes of this
state aro too Important to be continually
subjected to such political Juggling as In
the past. We have already gone on record
favoring federal supervision of railroads
and the adjustment of unfair rates, and
stand ready at all times to support legis
lation which tends to promote equally the
Interests of all, through which prosperity
will surely follow.
PALMER BACK FROM EUROPE
Returns from Three Months' Tour
and Mrs. Palmer Tarries In
the F.aat.
Captain H. E. Palmer returned to Omaha
Wednesday morning from a three months'
tour of Europe. Mr. Palmer was accom
panied by his wife on the European tour,
but she did not return to Omaha with him.
remaining to visit a daughter at Narra
gansett Pier.
"What atruck me most forcibly," said
Captain Palmer, "In my sojourn in the va
rious large cities of Europe, was the im
mense amount of beer and wims consumed
by the natives. Notwithstanding this I
never saw an Intoxicated person, which
might serve as an object lesson to our pro
hibitionists. "Another striking feature was the absence
of flies, a post which I think America will
soon have a corner on,
"What startles a European the most on
his arrival In this country Is the newness
of things after becoming accustomed to
Europe and Its antiquities.
"Our Ivngest stops were made In and
around Naples, Rome, Venice, Paris and
Berlin, with no one and two-day stops at
points of Interest between those places. Al
though we are comparatively in our In
fancy in America thla country Is conceded,
van across the Atlantic, as being the
greatest In the world, and although not
having the advantage of artificial decora
tions for thousands of years American scen
ery is equal to. If It does not excel, that of
Europe. The Hudson Is Just as beautiful
aa the Rhine, even though the hills banking
it aro not capped with castles built In the
arlter centuries.
"All In all, we bad a splendid trip, en
joyed the best of health, but are still glad
to get home again."
STORE CLOSES AT 3 P. M. DAILY Saturday at 10 p. m.
Witch
(or Big
Bir.'ins
Mfr Witch
& for Big
Clearing
, Sale
Specials
i
35
leprae!
li i In-
lows
flail j 1
Groat Clearing Sale
Musliiv Underwear
It
? :fiJ ( li lins sacrificed Thursday 'pRw,
& mil lit I I at far below their value. lilHftP 'l
I ifl 11 Corset Covers 'W S
V regularly. 3oc, fl HL fe
"nr- a.
Drawers
Cut wide, nicely
trimmed, worth fif
ty cent, ftp
::. .J5c
Corset Covers
Vell made and worth
regularly 3oc,
at .
Gowns and Skirls
Two immense lots
worth ud to ueven-ty-flve
centa jA
each. will AMI
go at.
Night Gowns
Long sleeves or
sleeveless dainty
trimmings, An
worth 11.25. h.lf
. . . w
at
Chemises
Fine sheer fab
rics, carefully
sited & worth
$1.50, at
68c
Gowns
Sleeveless or
long slneves
worth to 11.50,
will go at
88c
Skills
Beautifully
made & worth
up to $2.00
will go at
95c
Combinat'ns
Corset covers
drawers. In one
piece, worth to
$2.60, at
95c
it
fa
ft?
Beautiful, snowy undermusllDB, never eold at such prices before.
Drawers
Cut very wide
elaborately t r 1 m-
med, worth
up to 12
at
95c
. Skirts
Exquisitely made
wide lace Insertions
(worth up
to $2.50
at
1"
Skirts
Elabortely embroid
ered and lace trim
med, worth a gJ
up to
at
93fo&M
!lM rf"k S-V ST- . a at ""&fs at rV
iuu atyies ei ivc. ijc ana zjc yuainy
Handkerchiefs at 5o
ajj All widths of plain hemstitching, fine sheer .cambrics and
Swisses, embroidered open work, lace trimmed, medallion
W enects, I and 6 rows 01 line lace insertion, etc., "Xl
4? worth up to 25c each, at J 2S T
20c and 25c Laces kit 5c a Yard
Fine French, German and Filet Vals., Torchons. ism
Clunys, etc., many to match, 3-4 to 6 inches
wide, worth up to 25c, at, per yard
1
BRANDEIS
Masr
J
A meaeant tarprlsa
follows Uk- first dose of Dr. King's New
Ufe Pttls; the painless regulators that
strengthen you. Guaranteed, jjo. for
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
ITEN FIRM INCORPORATES
Blaeaitt Company Piles Articles tor
Omm Haaalr4 and Fifty
Thaaaanel Dollars.
7lth a capital stock of $350,000, of which
1100.00 U to be subscribed at the time of
keglnnlng business, the Iten Biscuit com
pany has filed articles of Incorporation
with the county clerk. The Incorporators
re John J. Iten of Omaha, Louis C. Iten
and Frank J. Iteu of Clinton, la.
John J. Iten is named as president and
treasurer. Louis C. Iteu vice president and
Otto H. Barmettler as secretary.
Bar's Life gave.
My little boy, 4 years old had a severe
attack of dysentery. We had two physl.
clans; both of them gave him up. We
then gave him. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured him
and believe that saved his life. Wtllism
H. Btroling. Carbon Hill. Ala. There Is
BO doubt but this remedy saves the Uvea
of many children each year. Give It with
castor oil. according to the pUm printed
CtrecUon and a cure Is curtain, for sale
tgf all druggists.
MID-SUMMER. CLEARING SALE
Go-Carts Carriages
1 Leu Than Manufacturer's Cost
BASEMENT OLD STORE
$I.7 folding Gp-carts 11.39
$2.39 folding and reclining Go-Carta 11.79
$2 8 folding, reclining and collapsible
(Jo-Carts $3.19
$7.25 reed folding and reclining Go-Carts. 94.98
$8.00 reed folding and reclining Go-Carta. $6.98
$9.4S'reed folding and reclining Go-Carta. 96.49
$9.75 reed folding and reclining Go-Cnrts. 96.79
$10.60 reed folding and reclining Go-Carts. 97.19
$11.60 reed folding and reclining Go-Carts . 97.69
$12.50 reed folding and reclining Go-Carts .99.49
$15.75 reed folding and reclining Go-Carts 911.69
III'?? Reed folding and reclining CT n 0
ii7 Kn Go-Carts. Your choice of Sl5.Uo
$18 85 theM four Btyle
$14.79
$17.49
$27.25 Reed reclining Go-Carts. COft 40
$27.60 Choice of these 2 styles.. 'iO
$28.95 reed reclining Go-Carta ....923.89
$8.98 English Reclining Go Carts 96,-19
$2160 English reclining Go-Carts. fl 1 K fifi
$21.76 Choice of these 2 tyles.. pj-t.i0
Sale of GAS STOVES
9139 Gem two-burner Gas Stove 98c
$198 Classic two-burner Gaa Stove. .... .11.49
S2.39 Marvel two-burner Gas Stove 91.98
19 60 reclining Go-Carts.
$19.75
$21 75
$21.50
Reed reclining Go-Carts.
cnoice or Uiese z Btyles.
Clearing Sale
In cur g rest
Muslin Sheet
and
Pillow Case
Section
Utlca Sheets 81x90 size
clearing sale '?r'ce,Qg
Pepperell Sheets 72x90
size, clearing sale liQn
price, each ISC
81x90 size, seamed,
bleached sheets and
good heavy unbleached
sheets, special clearing
sale price, at, 9C
each uDL
All the well known and
popular brands large,
medium and small pil
low cases will be Aa
sold at, each 111
4 5x3 6-inch pillow cases
that generally sold at
10c will bo sold during
this great clearing
sale, at, each. .
.5c
lUUr UUICBU IL'U'U LIlUIL't)
of any $5 Florshelm JR
Men '8 Shoes, In the ftf,
house, blacK or n r t
tan, at UeOD
IV4
J. L Brandeis & Sons. Boston Store. i
Tooth Talk
Truthfully Told
cores of people Innumerable, neglect what are confessed to be
a vital necessity to health hnppiness and long life, via., their teeth.
Poor teeth as well aa a lack of teeth cannot masticate food properly,
hence poor health which frequently results from this cause.
Your Immediate action makes provision for both teeth and health.
Ons assurance that my operations cause continuous satisfaction
patients enjoy to rtcall and tell their neighbors about th. easy
tlm. In the dentist's chair at my office.
It will please rr.e to meet you at once.
TAFT'S
DENTAL ROOMS
1317 Douglas St.
She Would Be Pleased
with a diamond ring. Khe will be doubly pleased If she
knnas It comes from our store, hpend a few minutes
with us. Louk for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
1S10 IXH CiLAS STREET
(I)
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
1506 Farnani.
Extracting . . . 25c up.
Crowns.... $2.50 up,
Plate 92.00 uo.
Drldge Work 92 80 up.
Porcelain Fillings
up Irra. , ,. . . $1&Q
17 Years Saiue Office. I'lione, lKuglas 17Sa.
Alveolar Ientlstrj a
Pet ialty. Loose teeth
made solid. Nerves
removed without pain.
Work guaranteed ten
J ears.
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Interesting Thursday Clearance Values
We Close Tuesdays at 1 P. M.
Other days at 6 P. M.; Saturday 10 P. N.
A Waist Sale That Commands Your
Attention if You are a True Economist
Two thousand waists wont out yesterday that speaks
volumes for the sale for the values. Two thousand must go
out Thursday. Our immense purchase keeps stocks re-
1 reslied and replenished.
$1.D0 Waists
handsome
effects,
for
ID, .TI J
48c
very I 13.00 and $3.50 White
aists, two
hundred
dozen at. . .
v l 111
98:
Finest Waists, worth
to 5.00,
your
choice. . .
D, U I b 11
1.48
Store Closed
at 5 P. M.;
Except Satur
day at 10 P. M.
THE RELIABLE STORE
Men's Suits,
$10 to $20 val
ues, at $5.00,
$7.50, $10.
Thursday Hosiery Day
Women's black lisle hose, high spliced heel, double sole, 35c
goods, pair
Women's imported brilliant lisle lace hose, fine 1.00 qual
ities, for
Children's fast black, seamless
stockings, fine ribbed 111
19c kinds IJL'ZZ
19c
39c
Children's Imported, full fashioned
hose, light and medium t
weight, 25c kknds IDC
All Mon's Straw Hats
in a General Markdown
Not a single hat has been overlooked. We simply have too many
and must let go. Come in Thursday while picking is good. Every
late style, straight or rolling brim in men's and boys' hats. Even
sacrificing part of the cost.
Hats worth up to $4.00; reduced to 25S 39t. f)8S 31.69, 81.98
Panama hats, worth up to $10.00, are now down to $3.90. S4.90
aua 0 k
i
S5.90 S
OLR GREATEST SHIRT SALE continues with better bargain3
than you ever saw in Omaha before.
$2.50 shirts with slight I $2.00 shirts, all new
ST.": 69c I "'....890
BOYS' WASH RtorSES Save 15c Nicely
Best $2.50 and $3.00
shirts made, 1 f A
fine styles 1.1U
made percale, madras.
cheviot, chambray and black sateen, with attached collars,
sizes a to 10 years, regular sue waists; Thursday
35c
Bennett's Big Grocery
Bonnett's Capitol Coffee, pound package SSo and
Teas, all kinds, pound 48o and
Tea Slf tings, per lb l5o and
Bennett's Capitol Baking- Powder, pound 84o and
Bonheur Sardines, large can BOo and
Batavla Salmon, delicious flavor 80o and
Dr. Price's Breakfast Food, special, three pkgs 8 So and
Pnlder's Pork and Beans, large can. 80o and
Diamond C Soap, ten bars for S6o
Batavla Corn Starch, three pkgs 84o and
Batavla Gloss Starch, three pkgs 84o and
Batavla Gloss Starch, three pound box 33o and
New York Full Cream Cheese, lb 80o and
Bennett's Capitol Sweet Wrinkled Peas, 6 cans. .. .60o and
Mnnz Olives, per quart 86o and
Blood of Grape Juice, pint bottle USo and
riESH COUXTTBT BUTTER
A fine lot of fresh made sweet country butter,
direct from the farm, just In, per lb 24o and
30 Green
40 Green
10 Green
20 Green
10 Green
10 Green
20 Green
20 Green
10 Green
10 Green
10 Green
10 Green
30 Green
10 Green
10 Green
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
Stamps
10 Green Stamps
IW1
III
I
COBt.
Phons Douglas 1093. lad. A-1878,
motor cn d) an kind of work
For this reason, the field for the use of
small motors, of moderate capacity Is con
stantly growing. For examble, where city
water is not avalable, Quite a number of house
pumps are connected to our lines and are
giving excellent satisfaction, at a very small
Omaha Electric Light &
Power Company
T. M. O. A.
25 PER CENT!
DISCOUNT
ON ALL OUR
White Canvas
Oxfords
Men's, Women's, Misses
and Children's
In order to clean up our
entire stock of White Canvas
Oxfords, we will place them
on sale Thursday morning at
a discount of 25 Per cent
$3.50 White Canvas Oxfords
at S2.63
$3.00 White Canvas Oxfords
at 82.25
$2.50 White Canvas Oxfords
at 81.88
$2.00 White Canvas Oxfords
at 81.50
$1.75 Misses' White Canvas
Oxfords 81.31
$1.50 Misses White Canvas
Oxfords 81-13
$1.25 Child's White Canvas
Oxfords 94
$1.00 Child's White Canvmt
Oxfords 75
No summer shoe so cool and
comfortable e a While Canvas.
Don't miss this opportunity.
Drcxcl Shoe Co.
3 R
II Jl I .Ji
I l- 3 s- 1 1 toa Ufa n fV
Omaha's Purs rood Center
s 3 a i was. sjv n rv
Restaurant on 2d Floor!
ijj TASTY COOKING
H at moderate prices. The coolest, p
a airiest and most delightful cafefi
in Omaha. $
u Take your noon-day luch here. &
N
GROCERY SPECIALS
1 A IV. Tk 1 .. j
N fancy, per box $i.OOiM
Wheat Berries, per pkg
M Ginger Snaps, per pound 6cM
jS Fig Newtons. per pound 10c
p Royal Fruit Crackers, per lb
y King do uo, (Barrel Snaps) ft
J419 FAUXAM STREET.
0
L- Hurbatel Soap, 12 bars for.
ft Old Vlrvlnia Corn Relish,
D per bottle . .
J; Excellence Flour, per sadk. .
20 Mule Team Borax, with
picture, per package....
''j 1 lb. pkg. Argo Starch, . . .
English Walnuts, per pound
Peanuts, per quart
'if Pure Food Soups 3 lb. cans,
I (30c value) for
1$ Bayles Yum Yum Pickles,
' (25c value) for
18c ft
. 25c U
V
. .20ci.'
..15c
. . .tic, I
..i.v;;
. . . oc; i
15f;
, .13c"
We Recommend
r f .S A
The Beer
You Like
$2.00 Per Dozen Large Bottles
$1.33 Per Dozen Small Bottles
At
IGN1RS
I Designs, particularly of I
machinery, should be cor
rectly drawn. "We have
artists, who can uiake cor
rect drawing, of any ma
chine or contrivance. Let ur
know what you need.
BAKER. BROS. EN6RAV1M6 CO.
Ilarker Bltxk. Omaha, Neb.
:;: goartney & eos J
ft
$ 17th sad Soaflas Sts. t
1 ') Phons Oonglas 47 J)
Private Exchange Connects All Depts.
D. C. SCOTT, D.V.S.
(Sucesavor to Vn. H. X RamacclotU.)
tMUTlXT (TATB TXTSaUST ABVLaJ
Off tea aa BosplssJ. 2810 Maaoa
txsst.
Calls Promptly Answered at All Hours,
aflas 01 fos Maras? T. n-.i,. m.k
COAL
WRITE ir YOU
USE OR WANT
Rogers Coal Mlalsa Co.. Pells. Iowa
Muslin Undorwoar Day Thursday
uners opponunities for profitable buy
ing surpassing any known here or else
where this season. Actual value of the
merchandise has not been considered in
its marking for quick clearance.
Gowns and Skirts, that would sell regu
larly to $3.r0,.go Thursday in two lots
at 69c and 98c
Gowns and Skirts, that sold up to
ff'J.OO, great assortment for selec
tion, at one price; choico J0c
Drawers, prettily trimmed, all sizes,
values to $1.00; choice. ., .25c
Elegant Skirts, mostly samples,
many worth to $5.00; great as
sortment $1.98
Several Rousing Hour Sales
8 Till O A. M. Ladies Corset Covers
and Misses' and Children's Drawers,
samples and slightly mussed or soiled
garments, values to 60c; on sale at.
choice
5C
0 Till 10 A. M Ladies Gowns,
Drawers and Corset Covers, 60c to
76c values; your choice 3o
10 Till 11 A. M. Ladies' Gauze Vesta,
all sizes, taped neck and arm hoKs,
15c values; at f
11 A. M. Till 12 M Children's Romp
ers and Play Suits, values up to 76c;
at choice 10
75c and 1.50 Ratiste Corset New
sizes; on sale in two lots, at
Another Great
Clearance Sale
SBLKS
Men's, Women's and Children's Hos
Over 900 dozen in tho lot, values up
to 19c pair; blacks, tans and fancian,
all sizes; the whole lot to close Thurs
day at. pair
$4.00 Corweta at $1.50 A big lot of
Silk Brocade Batiste and fine drab
Coutil Corsets, values to $4.00.
choice SRI. SO
models, hose supporters attached, ail
98e nd 49
Thursday Beginning
at 8 A. M. Sharp
27-in. Dress Habutias, -.a. Beautiful Novelties in
checks, stripes, plain H Hp aR1j 4 Hp great assortment of
white and black, an U U W UUU -weaves and color
exquisite line of sum- if I cm no ings color taffeta,
mer silks tallies 10 $I.UU 27-in. black taffeta.
"We cannot fill mail orders on these lots as the quantity; will
not more than last the day. Come early.
Clearing Salo Specials Thursday
In Our Ladies Ready-ta-Wear Dept.
No question of profits in marking these
prices; it's merely a question of unloading
vast quantities of merchandise in the shortest
possible time. You certainly cannot afford to
miss such opportunities.
475 Waists Lace, nets, Japs and taffetas,
that sold to $7.00; choice $1.98
Silk jumper and two-piece Suits, all shades,
beautiful designs, that sold at $15.00; your
choice at $5.95
175 Handsome Suits Tailored, voiles, silk
suits and dresses'; values up to $35.00; your
choice at $12.50
Lingerie Dresses, lace and insertion trimmed,
suits in pretty stripe effects; Prince Chap
styles; values to $15.00, in two lots; choico
at S2.9r and SU.nK
CHOICE OF ANY WAIST IN THE HOUSE JUST HALF.
$3.00 White Wash Skirts; on
sale at $1.50
French Voile Skirts, worth up
to $10.00; choice $1.95
GREAT CLEARANCE OF INFANTS' WEAR.
Infants' Department Second Floor.
Infants' Booties, 15c values; on sale
at 5
Infants' Bibs, Vegula'r 15c values, on
sale at 5
Infants' Petticoats, values up to $2.00,
in two lots at 69 and 9S
Hew Laces
An immense line of new patterns
in the Zion City Laces, for
which we have the Omaha
agency, goes on sale Thursday
at, yard, 415c, 9c, and 15c
The best wash laces made, ab
solutely cruoranteed.
i - . - , -
Pearl Buttons, regular 10c .values, at, dozen
Infants' Long Slips, regular 50c vaU
U(,8 19J
Regular $1.00 values, at 49
Regular $2.00 values, at
Hundreds of other rousing speciali
Thursday.
21c Lace Sale
Linen Laces, Cotton Laces, Vals.,
Torchons, Mechlins and Not
tinghams, Wash Laces, regu.
lar values 5c and 10c a yard;
all on Sale Thursday in ons
great lot at, choice, per yard,
only 2V2C
"..,.SHc
WHITE CHINA 0pS0"I'.,in'
15c Pie Plates at , 7Ve
20c Breakfast Plates at 10c
75c Cake Plates at 23o
A great snap for China Deco
rators. Come early.
Sugars and Creamers, to match,
$1.50 values, set 35c
45c Spoon Trays at 10c
35c Pickle Dishes at 10c
$1.35 Tea Pots at 49c
Extra Specials for Thursday
in our Famous Domestic Room
Krom 0:30 to 10 A. M. One case of
India Llnons, 15c g-ade, only 1
yards to customer; at, yard
Itoiii 2 to 3 1. M. One case of extra
fine Brown Muslin, 8c quality, 30
inches wide, 10 yards limit, yd. 4,(k
From ;;3(l to 4 1' M. One case of lino
prints, fine styles, fast colors, 10
yards to customer; the bent wrapper
cloth mude; at, yard 1 !
FOR A IX DAY.
Apron Checks, 7c values 3W
15c Uallhte 5
19c Organdies 5
Scotch Ginghams, 25c values. ... 103
39c whilf fancies IOC
:,r white fancies TWA
1 5c white fancies. . . . ,
SC
A Kreat Towel sale, all day, at, each,
ia;,o, 10c, 7 He 5c and S
READ THIS BIG GROCERY SALE FOR THURSDAY
Try Ilayden's First for the Highest Vunlity, the Ibtt CiooN and lowest
Prices, Aluny.
4K-H. sacks of the finest High Patent Flour, nothing finer made or sold for
2r.c to 50c a sack more; our price for this Fale, per sack $l,iiJ
10 bars best brands Laumlry n . . . . 25c
('(mice Japan Kite, jmt ll l'-c
The best hanil rhkel Navy Hean. lb.-ic
Tl. bent ('urn Starch. r ('kg 4c
The b bt 1 Miiner! n- Macaroni, kg , H',c
J-lh. can Hnki-'l Keana 4o
3-lb. can liaki'il lleanx 8jC
Oil or MiiKtanl Sardine, per ran 4c
Tall con fancy blend red Salmon lie
Quaker Out Co. Toasted Wheat Fluke.
per pkg .
The best K.jda Cracker, per lb lie
Th bent crlfp 1'retzeln, per lb :
The best rriwp UinKer Snapx. lb ftc
The bent I'earl Tapioca or Sago, lb fit.
The beat Tea SlfllnK. per lb 1 .;
Kancv Golden Santos Coffee, lb lu:
The great aummer lrlnk. Health Ceir;il
Coffee. 2 H In pkif. for '5e
Ba4 tl Big Tas-ttabU Sal Ad. for
Thuraday
Fancy W'kx Bearm. lb. i'-w1"
Fancy (irfnti Heana. lb... 2'ic
Frvah home nro n Turnlpa. lb li
I.argu head freah Cabbage i'jc
Fresh Paraley. buncli lc
Large head Cauliflower ic
rresh Meet a, bunch lo
1' reBii Carrot, imin h q
H biinchen frexh Onlona Sc
H bunchea fitsh Kadli-hes , 5,j
l.arKe Kkv I'lant each $(.
l-'re: li Leaf Lettuce, head i0
Kreah Kalamaz,,o Celery, head 2'Ao
Three laiKe Co umbera for
Fancy larK'' California Sweet (.'antaloupea,
eio li 6u
Freali roasted I'eanut. quart So
Larue Juli y Lemona, docen Uq
Fancy California Ok Hart Cherries, per
lb lOo
Fancy Currant, Haapberrlea. Bla k
berrle. Jooaeherrlea, etc, by the crata
at lc: a than nurket prx ea.
Tba Balanca of Onr Third Car of Fancy
Arkansas Elbsrta Trssstons Paaoba to
Oo on Sal Thursday.
Thene are extra fine and the best you ran
buv for canning, Thursday, ptr four
basket crate 76o
FLUMS, PLUMB, VLTTXa
Four-basKt i crate of fancy California
Logan or Bed Juns Plunia, a crate, ttto

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