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i ! X " EIGHT THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORFCO? Nr, MONDAY, AIT.rST lfi. 1015. "Lowest Prices at Meyers" No. 756th Wednesday Surprise August 18th An Interesting Sale of Stamped Baby Bath Towels, at 2 for 25c A Fale of baby bath towels that will interest mothers or those who want to give something real nice as a baby gift. These are fine, soft, lurkish woven towels, with pink, blue or Iavander stripe border. Ends stamped in dainty designs ready for embroidering. Your choice of many different designs. Extra special for next Wednesday only 2 for 25c Sale starts at 8::i0. See the window display. Extra Special Prices on All Trunks, Suit Cases and Handbags You'll find the largest stock of traveling goods in Salem on our second floor Trunks and Leather Goods that you can depend upon to carry your belongings safely They're strong handsome and durable. If you are planning on a trip now is the time to purchase while prices are re duced. Be our show windows for special iri'iH on 'iniiuK mom furniture. Huren & Hamilton. The Royal Arcauum will hold a spe-i-iul meeting thin evening to meet J. U. Wood, grand recent of the order nnd alio'jt "() prominent menihers of the loilge from I'lirtliiml. They will arrive here this evening hy auto nnd return to morrow morning. Special sals of dining room furniture. Iliiren ii 1 1 a in i ! I o ii . Five stalks of corn, all standing 11 feet hit'h nnd nil rnised from one hill, Annual Hoosier Picnic Will Present Ordinance i Attended By Many ! Allowing Side Doors In at Fair Grounds Yesterday; " Poolrooms At Council The annual ieie and n t'ng of tin Indiana residents in Oregon held yesterday afternoon at the Fairgronnd with an'attendanee of M". The meet ing was not only larger in attend t'e i' than those, held last year, Imt the yen- An ortlinnnee will lie presi ntetl f"f the first reading at the tity rmu.ril tonight xvhh-h xviil repeal the prnxisinii of an ordinnnee already existing wliieh prohibits side doors in pool ar;d liillinrd riinniH. There xxus lnit one arrest for were shown today hv 1). S. Itnlih, of the I them is the- finest stale on ti.e map, Mil iritiir, u ,ol o,tinlli sill U.'lS L'I'eat" I vinlfltion of tlllfi t.rOVlSlf'll Ot t II 0 t'ltv er than on former .n-enions, iniiieatinj onlinanee nnd that was of Walter .. to some extent that while 'ih'imii tiijTooze, who was neiiitteil hy a jury of Snh-m I. nnd eompany. They were from the Hnfiiina stock farm, II miles south of Salem, and were from a 70 acre tract, planted on June 4, 50 bop pickers wanted; good camping grounds; pure water: Ntolz & McNury card. Kegistci with W. V. Ktolz. i'h.me lit,. 20 per cent Reduction on All Straw and Matting Cases THE HOUSE OF QUALITY et they have not forgotten their lion. ler days. The afternoon exercises included an address by Mr. llrliitii't'l' and otheis. who told of the gunl old 'lavs in In diana. W. T. LaKnllette, wliii.f Imt re cently from Arkansas, d-hvered a short aidress,'ainl A, W. Fish told of a few of tiie, limit's he n neinliereil aliout liis mitivH state. T. A. IIiitelilT, ; - , .. I who has the iliHtinctlon of i.eing the C. L. Moores. Janitor at tho supreme ir,f wlit ,.hi(, ,,rirn , u,,,,,,,,! cm ! court building, left today for San Fran- !tv (jBIia as0 XtM nf th(, ,.,!, ,;ix.s.; Cisco, where he ex ts to spend about Albert To.ier was on hand with slntis-l three weeks isiting the fair. M r. j ti,-B to show that Oregon a- surelv in-i Moores is making the trip by easy i ,,.,,., to I ndiann for inanv of its great j stages in order that lie. may travel the ., and cited the fact that the first! entire distance in daylight. I'nited States senator and the first o I congressiiiau sent from Oregon were tin-' Judge J. C. Moreland, clerk of the lives f jna, and that Oregon's supreme court, returned to Salem Satur- first governor, both state and territor- day evening after two weeks' vacation iu, came from the llucisicr state, spent mi Ins nim h lit limit Hiver. The Mrs. Anna, liogers Fish gave five judge says Hood Hiver at present is the readings from the poems of .1. Whit garden spol uf the world nnd that all of comb liiley; nnd liert Kennedy, t'hiii- his crops are pnrticiifnrly promising. net; Miss Hiith Unnvn, piano, nnd Miss " .xini,v ncniuiz, violin, an, leu mncn io John W. Veatch, of Boise, Idaho, is j the afternoon's cnterintiinu ut by their i in the city, called here by the serious , music selections. illness of his mother, Mrs. J. I'. Veatch, j The following officers were elected HL'K Marion street, lie was n resident I I'or the ensuing year: .1. I,. I'eetz, presi of this city about II! yenrs ngo and was dent; Hev. F. T. 1 'inter, vice-president; engaged in the newspaper business. At N'. Klliott, secretary; J. If, White, i present, he is with the F.vcning Capital , treasurer. These officers were all re News. elected. No Hute was set for the HUH j o J meeting, this matter brilig left to the j Thomas W. Potter, who was visiting n'l'icors of the association. friends in the city nnd Chcmawa last!- "me I week, left Saturday evening for San fnafll llTTimV Snafpr' Francisco, to aOenil the meeting of the U,lUI J,UIH,J OIldlxT National Filucalioniil association, lie j was formerly superintendent of the In oiim triiining school ut 'hcinawa, and !nt present is associated with the agri cultural department of the state of , Idaho. Back In California H Jl.T Il000ll0PP.DSr i:ttttmjtttitttntiiMiiittMiiiittHttitM:tttHiij(iH:i:tKiiitimttmnmiHtrf AH Around Town Acting upon the recommendation of I Waidea II. ', Miuto of the Oregon ; stale penitentiary, tiineriinr Withy i combe Saturday grnnled a couimulatlou 'of selltcl to Juines Walsh, senten I in September, lull, fiimi Multnomah cnnnlv In vnrt t.,r... : .. the penitentiary for nssuull. The sen- tcilce wan ci.aiuiuteil I'liun one Vear lo eecn mouths. 1 o Governor Oeorun A. Carlson, of Colo 1 nolo, has imt i 1 1. .1 (iuw-rnor Wilhv combe of Hie following appointments lis t'obmobi delegate i, (I,,. f,,, mj,(; water pon.T enter f western stales, to he held in I'mtluiiil, Septem ber '.II, 'J'J an, I "I: I'hilip II. Slewait. t'ob.nido Spiiuos; Funis II. Means, s , '"'" he: 1 f K. Went, llumngo; A. I l'. Auloul, !, llnulilei. and Hi Mr. Smith land eslen Cm . ul, ) ;, iltt, this cirv tor ;tmtitiMiiHiiUHitiinuitiittijtiujtijituHiiitMMtturtm!KtMmiji or. Memieuiolm, specialist In fitting . s.,ns delivering peai ginnics correciiy. u. n. linliK lililg. t Mrs. D. F Bnilllior. ;t(l street, niotoied to Pert- I" v, I eel Miss Carrie who will be their guest in al ilavs. Aceoiuiiaiiv iii' t Iii-iii h.nn I 'oil In n,l lls IMI ,,n l;ii":i'l a niece of Mis. Itriiuner. Mis.i lio hnbiiilid is well I. lien n in the eitv ami lias a posih is tern her Chilian, Iowa, schools. llerkeley, Cnl., Aug. hi. After n trip througli the middle west during which In nferred with leading football coaches of the colleges and universities of that section ami attended a session of summer school for conches, .liniiny Shafer, director of the I'niversity of California's football destinies was back on the campus today preparing lor the niiiing season. Shal'er will begin t in in - California sumol ul I five lis earlier than usual and the first football rally will lie held Thins, lav nichl. ' L Whil,. at Hie I'nivcr.-ilv of Minnesota Shnl'er conferred with I r. Williams. member of the American Football rules I ciimuiillee, obtaining pointers on the Inti st developments in the game. At ' Madison, Wis., ho Innl a sesi,,i, Ki, ''"it'll .h an and linn ullemled Hie summer school for mm lies at the Cni versily of Illinois, ,,ui ni eonehes were gathered theie lor the summer instiii. t in,, under roach Zuppc. Mial'ei al.-o had Hie benefit of ..',,, ;,, Coa.li Kelly of Carlisle ami -exeml other foolball insliiiclors. line nf , s first coiifeni s Wis with i;il,, ""bic, lc of W.lshingloll I'lliM IMIV the charge. This provision prohibiting side doors is held to fie a dead letter ' ami efforts will be made to eliniintiie it from the city statutes. F. A. Turner, secretary id' the Hu mane society, stated that there hud been 1 no meeting of the society to appoint a' committee to protest against tiie dog ordinance recently passed by the city and it is likely that a forniel committee from the Humane society would be pres and it is likely that a forma! committee council. Some of the dog owners, how ever, may possibly be present to nsV the city couiicilmen to modify the dras tic terms of the ordinance which pro hibits dogs from running at large. , Gunboat Sacramento, With Diplomats Aboard, Had Rough Voyage Yew Orleans, l.a., Aug. IO. After a severe struggle with a storm which swept the gulf Sunday and lust night, the gunboat Sacramento, with the Hra iliau and Ouatelauiiin ministers to Mexico iibdiril, was expected to arrive in re some time today. The Latin-Am-cricnii ministers are en route to Wiish ington fur a conference with President Wilson. It was feared for a time early today that the Sacramento had met with an accident. The wireless station here was nimble to pick up the Sacramento after having lost her during the night. Later, however, a message was received fni'ii Commander McYamee. The com mander reipiested a pilot and the posi tion of the Sacramento which was given was regarded as extremelv close to siiore. Seventeen steamers, enrrving sun ,,ls. sengers, are at the mouth' of" the Mis sissippi ,-iver today waiting for the stiirui to subside nnd permit contin nance of their voyage (,, this port. Seven other steameis are ovenlue. The Saciamenlo was located at the month ot the river this afternoon, li.liin' the storm well. The pilot e,lst,., l,: not been able to icadi the gnii.,,nt. Swapping Wives Common Practice, Says Federation "lie III the to us pic I Miss lues Wlctliner, who was operat I fd on seveinl ilnvs ago lit he Sab III In s ! (iitlll, is reported loiluy to be pi,,gi,"s H'g fllVolllblv, . linger Flint company. Aug i; com- Dr. Btvue's rtrug 8te.ru. tf Mabel Cupp, Kml 13, tllmt today nt AuiliMiHo tioni liloo.l iioisoiung, as Hie tesult i f mi lupin to liel leg silsl il while plnVllig. Dr. Btone't Print Htute. If John HiikIhx. living live iiiIIcb soutl, of the city ou the rucr mini. Ilm-lnd llisl Week, Ins ,uls nveinging l:J ImdieU to the in ic liiul wl.eut, nil ni lii;.. (.f ;tl bushels, C. T. Ianl:ni, ol Hie (Junker nniser ie, i displinuig n bo et I'll it in i peitches thiil he Hunks mo leully cl.i iu plmm tilid hut, I tu lu-iit. In a tegulni icin h crate ihcy pu, Ii four by si ven, o Average ln slioubl t picked ami itelnetcil now. We can not take p.iir that aie ntnrtfil lo turn Mllew. I'cr Tho Northwest Fruit rroduco - - o - I r'lt'.v will send .samples of Ihrn lol:au The river today ts exactly one root '"'"v pt"'lucts t,i the N'ntional Fialera below rem, er low water tiinili The!"1 '""i:"'", which will meet in Mum,. Oieguim is tl Iv l,,e, now ,, 1 ap"lis next week. U.S. ,Uon, of 'M lielwecn Sal, in hie! l'oill:,u,l tl,e i."1"""'' siiprenie uiliscr f the Aitisuns, iiiona being taken ,,' on ucouiit of n u "iinnin ,1. Hi vim, who will t It 1 "I'CIHI l ongress, M inlm, o, e il... , bce-.ige that will miike Snlem famous I 10 the Hill lltlellllllie delc"liles o Mrs. Anna Culbertson, buyer for the sioikloa st, it,', left last eetiin:; witli her son, Leon, mi the Southern la, n',e. lol a isit ,,f seveinl weeks. Tins isil ia.hdes no oulv the t expositions, but touis into tl,,, (In, ii, I Cum, a ,,f At i.niia nnd the , nsennt,,. tt,.r v j,, log the San Ihego cxpo-lt, t,,,x ,l "1 1 sexelal das al II,,. 11 1 it I llll- is Inn, Is. ami expect to ,e Ii aboul Hie middle of Sept,. ml, 'iul'' from I',, goes as pnvnte uicitiheis of the S. Ilensoii, of I', i d as the in :i ii t, a special ,l.i Flancisco fan. llnnd. The goMriioi en i.i'ii with the olh, r I : 1 1 V to pay hi.lmr t, Il laud, W ho H as select t .11 Honored ny nav ill" aside al the S:,u w titer. o tioyiu Arcniium will meet tnuliiht at S o't In, I, :il '.'l-J Salem l;nil, ,,1 t tun i lint,, Inlllillltg The littls ul the Aitis.tn ilrlll team , ItlK plcpilllllg In olt;lllilM' II peinuillent club and, .is s,,it of :i get to gelher ineeliiii;, lite III llllieii'i, I", II ph uic lo btl held tin the met TlniisJux een For the nimatmlrr of the month, there will be no siiudnv eveuiiiL' setxnes t Kusi Meilonl'i.t church. Toledo, Ohio. llg. 1". wives in New York is , public morals "ininiihi,.,. ican Feileiatinn of l'a:l, de, !; I here t,av. In II rcp.ut In tiie i'cdeinti,. als coiniinltee ileiioiui, ,.,; t i, 'lixorce law,, ,t,., , ,;, 1 II Is I II nhotit tall-o te:is. c::l c,,i, lixe lntli hells" ,M ,,. ll- high till", lllllholllies il:t, SOXe the l.ei ole f I . ,1,1 no, ml " Lo!;;ili,v, prostntiti, ." t t "'"' Utonnig. " I'elvoli.v. by the Ni'Vadll. is h:,,,ie, ,,ut (,',,. the ;'-l""g. The daneei-s ,,f ,. ,.;,i,.,,, ,,,! tnil'.'.o tell. ;ne ai,i:iit..!v iin'le;isi:e' 1 live high bull V. pioxii," si'"" ";i.liii.n for young 'u Is. i- time the feiielation ill each CUV Sh"!,,l ii,, ,.;, , ,,,. ,,;,., ,,, stop tli,..,, iin.pnties." I.llioll, tl,e the Am, r. Socielii -the 1 Ycxi.da ' liilllels l, lets ;, ml ec it nnd Tho Lotleca Girls, from the class of Miss l.uinn II, ist of Hie Fnsl ltl,,,. ''-I Sun, hit ., I, il s,, ,,, ,.,,., in the pink daiij) the conceit of Hie Milein Mibt.uv I. lie, I tomtnrow exening. I - I I'oitlaml Rev. R. M. Avison and Mrs. Avison .lodge H,.i ,VI" Icaxet , fur A. I'aul, Minn.,' xenln t ,., lev a ihiec weeks' xaeBtioii. Mr. Axisoii ' li. ltilx-,.,,. minies Hits ',i, t,, s. I'aul espe, inllv to , case otlicutte at the iiinirnige uf Ins son. T. form t . .X ison. Instructs For Acquittal Of One Defendant la Cashier Co. Trial i Now Is the tune to buy tlinnur mom fninituie ,t n , I s:tt nuitnt. Iltiicn A llauiilloit, i a g:tt u C. L. Cox and wile returned ye.tter ,bix f I .nil It tvxo weeks' oil 1 1 II n on Ho Sttiillulti It, sides h:,xicg none tliltll us, ml good hok tit ft-iiiiiir. Mr. ' ox iclonicl null II Holly Vat.bu tionl, lit, lies lelie. tel:httlg scXetl pound. A lit I pi, All Summer Goods to Close Out 0inj to sh-H-t:Vsri' of room wo niv coiupclloil to closi- out all our Siunnu'i- (looils to make room for our hiR stock of Kail and Winter Goods, which are beginning to arrive. Men's SuiiuiH-r Kihlicd I'nion Suit Men's 1'orosknit Union Suit boy or (. luldivn s Kamhlei s harvest litune picnic will be held do near Hie tno, in Mi. I'm, .,, II, "-I Hi, s. rmid on Satur Ai.gnst :'l. tit,, l, r the inisptecs f I'olu I'm, nt I'em hei ass,,, lattoll. W iHivcmbe is t'oiilidentlv expect ' be I le-enl to lielixer no ,..l.l,.,.w " O ' 1", I, I loo, I Illlls,,' in. I...I. .... ' oiieicgut,,,,,.,! Miig,n f pti,. , 'O'er .M,I,, ,,., , ., K I p,,,,,,,, et III, i s 1,1,. e, nt, sts mil . Mil, gellelal llixititioii i, exteiuled. ',,. with well l,,,., ,s,,.,s ,,,! ,,niv ,lt. IIIX Wltll IIS I. '. lloioer i.,...;.l. til, cl t,i III The Minute mu, i xht name of a new lunch st,,. ,v,ie, will ..pen tor business in , u ,v, j,, ,,,, , flli "icily . III".. I . the lias Kitchen, on Slate .inn. proprietors lire ,1 W I Mil s and I,,, thee "IV.. Iiis aft. in. initial in t 1. " of the ,i, the t e, I,,,, ,. 'Itoels n 11,1 v I'lliled St,it, s C.,, , , , w ith using t he mails i The 1 1 ml for t1,,. , tints will contin,,, . I'he goxei in i, out ' use ,iu, th,, it, t, ,!:,, . by the ,1,1 i rnooti. r..blnl i acted I'homus , fee,' t a s cut. "0-inch Lavender ami blue Ilatine, regular 7.c 19c liig assortment Cotton Foulard 12 L2c Figured and striped Wool Silk, value up to r.tv 25c Striped Crepe up to ;'i()o 14 L2c All Silk Hose .-. Kafoury Bros. 115 Litx-rty S.rcct Snlom. 0., At the end of the tlny t business 8;it m.hu Hicte , I , , ;, (l., , ,,x sioie.l nl . !,,,,,..,,,,,, , , lv 'I tie ,lt ,,, ,,',, w ill soon l- in -lull. , I. Tl , haul, g, of tilt lll.x b, :; in eailx ,11 H,,, ,.,) C. C Uus-ell lit I.t , ,. ,,, I , , , Ml. lillssell hit, I 1 a, ic, ol tl;, ,,,, ,,s I'llllll out on -he ll,.,oU ,,. he e, e, aie slill polliej; t In v in the J,el,l. , Will prohibit- t,,i,,l, ,,,th, tl,,. t,,tt t0 dllXS 'fl,.,. fl o;,,,, V, .. ''"' M"'l". l I' ,lok. . nit hit, irl ste woikii. nt H.f present. TotiUht the hold the to,,, the pathos , chi" . h 1 1. ii. polls, ,t ,s , be ni,le t,...n ot the , 1,1.1,1, i and Koictn l flout the h, ,i Tom Ilnmk d. pell, !ee, e , ., tii'tlteis tl,:. , "I out,, he ,, , il'.c ol S ,. winter oats C I'l the , t Sail r i in. .., . Hev. Janice Moore will J , fx I ! iterly lontetence , iVaM rrORlDillOn 3W The Empty Bowl Tells the Story The highest compliment that can be paid any food is to eat it heartily to the last portion. Every day there are hundreds of thousands of such compliments paid to Post Toasties. This wide appreciation encouraged the bettering of this delightful food. And the result is . x New Post Toasties Crisper, more appetizing and better than ever before. The inner sweet meats of choicest Indian Corn are skilfully cooked, daintily seasoned, and toasted by a new process that brings out a wonderful "toastie" corn flavour. These flakes do not mush down when cream or milk is added, but retain their body and cilspness. They come to you ready to eat from the Fresh Sealed, dust-proof, germ-proof package as sweet and delicious as when they leave the ovens. New Post Toasties the Superior Corn Flakes Your grocer has them now. BM35MBMrBtruWBS nmm -'MTOBllirilllllBnTTIII xp. it,, i, to,. First Methodist '"', tl to the regular to . I'd that rcpoits will t1"- I. allies' Aitl socletx the Woman 's Home 'lllllV sncictv and ' i I riislcen. bx :nj on the Pallas In I i one of the fin t iniate ,' "n it IL' ncie ttnet ' ' . liurvested an aver io . to the Here. I'or ' lie of the best yields II, expects tn letix e I, " i ,' lime this week In ; : 'C live st. k at the Against Modern Dances Th dud Nin Kiniiti- o, , ;,! . . it I is a l;, t h;,, , . , : . front puling ,,s ,,,, i,, I,,,,,,) of a woman while ,1, .,, l's. .lulu t ,1, of I ,t-t o Hue the c, , unless f .,.,. day. " N" respect:,!. I,, n,,,,,,,,, .1 any III It M t put .is ,,,, ;, waist unles, tl,,,, ,,, brother, .iibatn or s, ' ' Mis. Jolies ,es, i ,1 , , , dunce le t uit i , k , , ,, von e couit. M,e ii.t to the old s.!l;t!e !at !. I., lid all, t -i! ml 1 tatlv de 1 t!, PHONE 68 to 1 I . 1. tl. Reporti from the north n, of the counix. nt H,,. st. i -uttl, 1 1, i, ..,) Hi.. a In, ic l iel,,,,l, ,, Inulc ,,, st.lell.llt,, ,t;t,i.,e,. ,l,s (,.,, ,( ,o.. o, to,. ,-.,,. tl,,, u, ( u,., the et,t few ,,,,., ,, I,,,, lnu. nn.t w mil cl', p H,, ,,. , ,,. , tine ipi-thtv. The xtt.U Hi.tt w.i, P Hived beloio (,,. Mool,, nee i rem ,, e nt ,l,,ht, u, , ,.,, I'aiill II Mien. h, "in linil purl of Hie ,,.i,t,. . II les.ll lit,,, erum .'lops. Y Hen h lix.-.tcd , .noil I, ., !, tt ITU . te,. u, o'l nl'll' XI. 1,, tuin". ,U ,- lo , It ;,t !),,. , I with but nil ,i t.tX u.nle, II,.. ot the (I h I'he !,,,, , f Ixtiel n'l , , It ' 1 111. ill bet s , rude. I'tke . Cotntad. s II, Ic of tl,,. Jam rtshr, who ' ' xxus ludil this after , , ..f Webb I.mi - it ' ' , I ,l.l V'elli.w ' fettle 1 i i-1 ice of the uieiubets i "s, xx ii k ('..st, ... In . , . i'n' hy lr. Talbot ' The pull b.ureis I ' tl. A. H , xxe:,. Com I M ore of NexxU'i. titt.l i !i.,,i,u. K rt r t-1 1 1 f ami CLAIM CHARGE DEFECTIVE. to etolticl to, I,, d .t xx I, . it 1 'I' Ben W, Olcott, f.iftjry of jtat, ncin.j i;.,,,'rii,ir lodnx in the nh.et., , t.oxeiuor Wtlhx, ,! ... , ,, , ,! 'l:,i,, l.c.i ,s;ty ,,th ,), ,,, ,,,,,,, I'etlUit.l Rti.l olh. c nils t ,,, I who me ,x ,,, , , ,,,,, , I of " U.tison .hn " m the f,r. The t.tn I ty 1, ri x. st. i.lay ii the "H, , . When in 8AIKM OREOON. ttop it BLIGH HOTEL Stit.t'ijr ktoilfni rr n.l TTtvt4 B.tlu ix A l l.sj $.v. IIM TUVL DAY h.lrlft. !l 1'. 1H., San I iaii.,., , , . !,-...,, h i!ioit,i, that the i,:.,t. fsit.a , show that Kun i ti ,,f ,,., , , , war with nnv )i,.,,r a'tortevs r ifaiph k. in:,,,, Ti,-,,,s .i,i,s. .,;;;. 1 K''' 'h rolt ,,, ,1 ip,.,v j nn'r cine, under iioliet.nei.t tor u!' I ,1.. ,,.o XII I,, , ,,,,,,, v,., t,,,,,,,,,,,,,. in'" i in r c.ieral .i;i,lt-, court here t.t.lav for the tli the tl, en held fr trial Hie internet- nl.,, , !...,, . , . dictilient ,1 o .(,. lN. y , M pen, will, H. r,.,.., ..,, DKOWNED IN LAKE WE UNDERSELL ALL OTHER SALEM GROCERS Because We Sell for Cash and Have Less Expense Lilly Tomatoes, : for 25c; per dozen 90c Del Monte Peas, 1915 pack, per can 15c per dozen $1.50 Del Monte, solid pack Tomatoes (none better) -cans for 25c Per dozen , .188.8.131.52.7$1.25 Lemon Snaps, 2 pounds for 25c atermelons on ice, pound 2c Hint Jars (Masons) Tints 50c; Quarts' 60c; 'one naif gallon 80c. 4 Down Heavy Jar Paibbers for ; 25c Specials for Tuesday and Wednesday Niuk'r s Catsup, per bottle 20c Sweet Pickles, per quart .20c lm 1 inkles, per quart 15c pounds of Cane Sugar for .... '. '. 7. '. ! '.50c Spuds, ier bushel $qc 1 :unt,s of Macaroni (cuV'v'e'c'ut)' for 184.108.40.206.7.' 25c m-ni ?n7i "1 W has a biS "nt and a big ex- v ! 1,01,8 husinoss on bonved money can com l lU Ulth 0U1' Pnces: IT CANT BE DID 855 Norlh Com'l Si. t.t I,,. ies,,ns,t,i,, for tp ,,,HtVi of Kay l-'l.'ae. Ill yours ulil. lleeamitiK n'''"'"' '1 t.,i hor irieiitls, Minn l.iiliue fiiinl'"' '"' I sunk in five (,.,-t of miter yetn- "ix IllltltiiXilll. 1 'eolm 's is-;tl nf &.,t I lv. GLASSES K is I in,, eiuv h.'iel t-, fn, (.unnvn , " : .xenrvsl t, tt nliiht t th t'umck, of th Snlxntit.t, Vrmy ihe f, !. , ,fi,, ,, xxere I'.iiiiut.ssioi,,,!, ((. v "H'l'T; I.. William," ts. 1. W,ll, . li .. i i mi i nurninnn. .hnti. uo,tJ UuiUims llnr.lxxt. k. (n .-iiitui, xxtu.i svrf.'Mit; Mr 1 . i , T. O. BLIUH. nop. V... lVo,,le'. l,v, ..,t;;,, m,;' Both rhjn, rm Auto B, I1," """''. """'I vf I ox,. v - x'tl.lMt. n-e,.,iu,K XJ,,' . l"1, efli'llx s,,,o,.,t r, 'ai x x-'i;' Hi t ; Mr I s : nil. . 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