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Scrlcus Accldexrt at a
Fire In Chicago
FIVT PEOPLE WILL i DDE
Armour Lard Refinery
at the Stock Yards
A CROWD O NA IIOO RUNWAY
THROWN TO THE GROUND
WHEN - Tim STRUCTURE COL-
' LAPSED, RESULTING IN FATAL
':' INJURIES TO A NUMBER.:.
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CHICAGO, May IE During the pro-
Zf& of a fire -which tonight destroyed
the lard refinery of Airoou A ...Com
panytia the-V-nlfii Stock Yards, twen
nine peopla wereinJured,flvetof them In
a manner which will probably cause
death. The loss of the company is et
tlmatej between $75d,000 arid $900,000,
fully coverd u insurance.
There were -number of accidents', but
b, .v tardea, number of ibo hurt
met their injuries by the falling of the
hog runway, upos which -they - w.re
Standing to obtain a better view of the
Jir$. The fire wast one of the most spec-
tacular seem in Chicago In recent yar&
and the display at tr acted an enormous
crowd of people;""" L- - : -' -i. .
, That portion of the Forty-fourth
'treev, -viaduct r close. to the burning
IbuIWlrlg- was denlbsely packed, and ud
denly about 200 feet of the bog runway
T8xttjdiis from the iaduct to the plant
of Armour & Company gave1 way, pre
cipitating fuSy 1000 l person ta the
groinvL : The firemen instantly aban
-Coned their wrk on the building? and
devoted their energies to' aaving people.
SOLD ANOTHER LOTL
A. SCHREXBER YESTERDAY PUR
- CHASED VALUABLE BUSINESS
' V i PROPERTY. !
, Cray Bros, have moid another lot fac
- lng on State street la the block lying
between.! Liberty and High street, to
Behreiber for a consideration of $4000.
."Gu" has not, a. yet, made the ob
ject of h)s purchase public but ft Is pre-
mimed fhat he contemplate the erec
tion of a bandsome businessr ructi"e
In the sear future. .. j . , '
If the. disposal of this property con
tinues at the rate which it . has during
i the pest montfh rt wIU not be long ere
j'the old Chinese hovels which have long
been a -disgrace-to the city and ai source
of disgurt tp the citizen, wiy be elim
inated from sight and existence.
EXCURSION AND PICNIC -
riREMEN WILL BRINO IX ANT
(VISITORS i TO THE ;PAIR
f . The i. flreirnn excursion to Salem to
day, an-d the tilcnlc at the ijtav Fu.tr
"Ground, promises to toe an event of in
terewt-- The, croWiJ coming 4oday will
"le one of thei largest ver brought to
t fialsfim on. a similar occasion, ami If the
'ttvather is not too bad all will enjoy
a day at -the Fair Grounds and in the
city., . - - ; r , -i - '.
The puWlo buildings will be open all
afternoon end visitors, will be given an
tpportanlty to nee them. At the Fair
' GroundH a" splendid program: of bkrxle
f racts, foot races, and other sports, will
. be followei by a genii in cake walk, by
"ctillud folks" from Portland. A small
admjasion at the Fair Grounds' wIU be
..charged,! :- ' .'' ' '
The trains from . Portland and the
West Bide' win reaoh Salem about 10
o'clock, and from Roseburg a half hour
rtEG0N Wms DEBATE 7
'THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINCJ
v .TON DEFEJATED BY . ! THE
TEAM FROM EUGENE. '! .
...ATiL'ii 1 V aaiu." Kay US. Th?
v ..1 - j : i y-o Oregon def eaved the t'ril
' veri.y if Washington tonight, in the
hit . aa .at mteicoli glatcdebate. 4 A
' feature tt th debate wa Ailen I lea
: ton's work for. Oregon. In logic-arid
eloquence - he surpassed all othei
':'sp akera i'-l 'J';' :" s 'V1-- -.' ,
. -Seattle. ' Wash.,? 16.The track
-meet between' the teams of the TJni-versltles-of
Oregon! and Washington
wilt' be h:Id tomorrow. No decisUn-l
has been .made regarding ! Oregon's
protest against the -Pearson I brothers,
two Washington sprinters. ;
A RELIGIOUS FANATIC r
KILLED BY A MININO-; VIAN AJT
' . DAWSON THE ACT , IS' ;
' " SELFDEFENSE : '
SEATTLE, Waslu May 1. A spec
ial to the; Post-Intelligencer, from
Dawson, states "that -'Jos, McDonald,
- superintendent of the Tread well mines
on Douglas Island, Alaska, today snot
and: kl Hew Nic Jones, a religious fa na
tter Jones claimed that God appointed.
hhn to hare McDonald close the mines
on Sunday. I When the two men met.
Jones told McDonald that his time had
come, and attempted to pell a revolver.
'JcDonald pulled firsts, and pua four
bullets Into Jones. The conorer's Jury
. exonerated McDonald., f - J
QUARREL IN THE ORIENT
CAPTAIN , GRANT'S CHARGES
AGAINST . GENERAL SMITH
SENT TO THE SENATE. .
WASHINGTON. Max It. The Secre
tary of War h-a transmitted to the
Senate Committee on t the Philippines
the report made by Csaptain 3. H. Grant
Leyte, com-eming the differences of un-dem-aniul?
betwern.hlnwlf and Gen
eml J. H. Smith concerning- the control
Civil Governor of the Province " of
of arJr In that j-rovlnco. !pakln-r of
OftrversJ "Hmlth's arhievt-rwnt fjilt
Ixiarul. Curtain fJrantays: f?. ?
Hlr' Hrurl -Smith. ilt-tn in
vtiiaui.nl here there lias tuA been a
Ingle sum.nur, to my knowledge, of
arms or Trn, nor ha thre ben a a In
gle cftptur; Th 'onry thing he ha ac
complhrhed io-my 'knowledge -was th"
arrt of a few men on Blllmn and
along the atraits. ATI the sentional
newspajier reports that have reached
Manila from th rorter ; travelins;
with - taiwu Umllh m.r alMMlutolv
without foundation, and have had but P0RTLAND-ST.L0UISFLYER
one Objfct in vtewth-e return bf thisj - . . 4 , J ?.
province to military control."' I 1 i .. ' N
Catrtaln Jrant asserta that -certain I 3
troop, vrtrm i" I Tun Into a Stock- Train With
Fear Wen Killed in a Collision
Yesterday T ,
TJII3 VZZ WD maiii: OF IT..
n SAMPSON'S WILU
WASinNOTON. May ITThe will
of the late Admiral 'Sampson, filed to
day, leave everything to his widow.
save 14000 of life Insurance, which is
left for equal division amon-g his fcur
daughters. The Admiral died possess
ing stocks and other, securities valued
at $8500, and a trafet of land at Man
chester. N. IL, valued at $10,000. . . i
He Was Aoqultted. . :
PORTLAND, kr. May 17-Chaa!
Savage, charged with the ,Varceny of
$10,000 worth of diamonds in the Port
land, hotel in November last, was- ac
quitted bj, a Jury today,
i RELIEF FUNDS. XrVir. ". "
NEW YORK, May 17.- Cornelius N.
Blisa; National Treasurer of 'ttie Weat
Indies relief funcSa, said today the total
so far received was $73,207.
Most Fatal Re:
A MISSOURI FARM DESTROYED,
ENTAILING HEAVY LOSS OVER
ONE HUNDRED FAMILIES ARE
T MADE HOMELESS BY TJIE CON
tfi. II. Ftrcde, IxslBW trf the -Ohio
jtt Granir'. says: Th -farm will
bring you a living, all th comforts of
life and pvThetp many of tl luxuries,
but nly after active. co-operation on
your part. Th Orange, like th farm.
bat furri"b th oxpcruinHy. Ita use-fui;.-
to us depends entirely uoon
the u we make of 1L We can never
expect to reap the maximum result by a
minimum errort. Koonomy of eirort
never shows up in net profit. The
Graajre Is not an institution that
agrees to deliyer aomething fornoth
ing: but to the American farmer aa an
Individual and to lh Amtrktui farm-
are i kept. These pieces accumulate
vt-ry ; rapidly, eerieclallywhere ! rail
fenced are going out of uieOld board
they are worn out wlth travel and THIS IS OUH OFFEIt;
weather. It Is mueh better to gladden
the heart of your' wife by .burning all
this stuff into stove wood while it
solid. This clearing out adds much to
the neatness of the premises. John
II. Jamson... t- :r.-- " - ":'-:)
Mtf&t (5) if for
iLDiTa uaMiniiniG s .
Or Homo Book! of flealth
. TO JJK GIVEN AS A PREMIUM WITH j
Tviceayeeli 1 , Gta teoman
THIS BOOK WITTI, THE STATES
MAN OSE YEAR $3.25; OIV BOOK ALONE ,250.
HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITIY TQ-GET'A'-VALU-.
A RLE BOOK AT SMALL COST.
'When the comb seems bloodless,
Ught-oolored and limp the fowl la ane
mic Off "the 'contrary, when the comb
la dark-colored, purple mad bright It 1
the oppoelte-i-phetnora. Between these
two extremes there will be found In
perfect birds a comb with a plump look
Will Ask All Coal Miners
DECIDE ON A BOLD PLAN
LINCOLN, Neb, kay 17. Four men
were killed and foil r others-more or
less injured In a collision-onj the Bur-
llngton'a BUling.Hne.thl. mornlngLTL "ZZZZZTZ
JB J, V- . - ' I : T I . ' . . ... .
.William Ray, Tecumseh, Neb. j ;
W. W. Pitts Eldorado Springs, MoJ
,M; Tuttle, Whitman, Neb. '
John Cox. Strong City, Kan. ' i '
All were riding in the smoking car.
This Car was reduced to kindling
In part. The collision occur" d' a I mile
east of Hyannis, between ,the i Portland -St.
Louis flyer, east-bound, and ait ex
tra stock train. j , ?
s :-,: - i own uurnea ; . ...-.. ,
HOULTON, Me, May 17. Fire 4uay
destroyed the greater part of the bus
iness section of this town seventy-five
residences and three churches entail
ing a loss of $400.000., Ons hundsed cad
twenty-five families are homeless. :
lobes will confirm
the opinion as formed from the comb.
Changes In the comb are nearly all
due .to some disturbance or disease In
aome part of the body. ....
A Boy Ruler Ascends Throne
of That Country, -
.. Riot in Ceor: ia.
i ATLANTA. Ga., May 17. Five wh4
men and "three neeroea deaA' "five white
They Would Tie Up the In-SJSW--P
t of & conflltc that began here
early today between the police and the
blacks. Will Richardson, wno is be
lieved to have been half Indian and
half Negro, the owner of a ' store in
McDanielaNstreet, in the suburb of
Pittsburg, and 'four other negroea
brought on theHrouble by resisting arrest-
and defylngofflcers of Fulton
county and AtlantaThe de4d are: -
Edward Batele. bailiff- Fultort
county: HGjOsborne, policeman: Ed
ward Crabtree,' pollcemanWill Gregg,
white citizen, and three negixjes.
-Onder has been restored, and"-Gov
ernor i uaniiev declares JthaL.no un
d us tries of the
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A SPECIAL SESSION OF THE UNI
TED MINEWOREKRS WILL ' BE
; Called . to consider the
MATTER OF NATIONAL STRIKE
ANNOUNCED -BY PRESIDENT
II A2ELTON, Pa v M ay 1.The jAn-
thraclte Mine workers. ln order U?t win
the strike today unanimoasly dlcid-
ed upon a )lan that, carried into suc-
cefuful operation, would ,practicalyie
MP. the industries of . the, country. , It
is their desire' that a special session
of the United MirieVorkers of America
b catted for the purpose or'endeavor-
ing to have all bituminous workers,
both organized and unorganized, in
volved in- the anthracite miners' wtrug
gle. .This announcement yrum ofih.'la41y
made today by President John Mitch
offending aegro will e
have been garrotted Friday! Governor
General 'Woo4, has issued many par
dons to minor off endprs. . General Wood
.wishes the end of Awericfth fule in the
If a special convents la called and &ad Hi signAUze ctl f
the miners succeed in the object of the ,
rVfiUNOTt'c'ENERALHOfrE voe: this . the central day of- the
ten) cli:mency t6a 'num.
," . I..,,, . I tmrriaoja marte4 ;througl' the, rRc
HAVANA. May . 17. Beginning .wlta Ipal streets, 4 plang- lively marchea .to
the -pardon of two Cuban who were t i the royal palace,, where they performed
ft t ira fiAtm era wrAr tl t4.v H I " . . a x ... . . I
oeneann ine "winoow. or ne Kingsi
The , royal procea3ion .vairi ormed on
the Flaza de Annas in front of the pal
ace Miortay before z m., and the pro-
Th only complete
household guide and
reliable, genuine med
ical book ' ever pub
lished. C Every disease to
which) the-: human
race is subject Is ful
ly treated In thij ex
.New diseasea. Treat
ment and Theories
which have appeared
within the last few
years, and which are
not even mentioned
in other so-called
medical books, are
herein discussed., and
the treatment - and '
remedies aet forth;
such as Bacteriology,
Venereal and Skin
Diseases. La Grippe,
Nervous -? Diseases, ,
.etc., j 1.,
: Treatment-and cure ,
of every . dlsee.ee of
Wen and Women and
Children. TThe sim
plest and best reme
dies: minute direc
tions 'in cases of
w oun d s. s c aldr. .
burna. poison, hydro
phobia, sunstroke, fits, falls, sprains, bruieie. also for sudden diseases, like
ycroup, cholera, etc. It describes the cause, the symptoms, the nature, the
eiiect, tne treatment ana me fnuwv ui every utsease wnicn anerii numan
" ity. Treatise tn the Passion and E motions, such as Love, Hope, Joy, Af---fectVon,
Jealousy. '.'Grief. Fear, Despair, Avarice. Charity, Cheerfulncsshow
ing the influenwiof-thajnlnd on.thebodyj eminently calculated to aruiif the ,
people to the factuhal health depends to a great degree upHr the proper dl-
'- rectlon and control of the passions and emotion.
Essays or Intemperance, Use of Tobacco, Sleep
Exercise, Cold, Baths, Etcl -f-.-v.
A Complete Materia Medlca, oMist .of 1 the principal remedies including"
41 early 200 medical plants, herbs end vegetable remedlesrdescripUon of each :
where, found: wben to be gathered; ho w" t preserve same; their preparation
for. use. , ; .' ' . '"!' V -: ;:" ': 'Y :'- : --------'V 'W- ' .
Manual for. Nursing the Sick; Treaties on '.Anatomy, Physiology and Hy
giene., Domestic and Sanitary Economy Ventilation. Pure and Impure Air,' '
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"7 N. . '7-; , 7 . -r f, vuiiure ami weveiuiimnu, cic. : ,. .
HE TOOK OATH OF OFFICE
A Distinguished As
VIEWED THE MAGNIFICENT SPEC
TACLE AN INSANE MAN AT
TEMPTED TO REACH THE KINO
3UT WAS ARRESTED HD, WA
FOUND TO BE HARMLESS.
MADRID, May 17. Kin Alfonso at
tained his . majority today and be
came klng hn' fact as well aV la name,
ivtng reachedi, the age,1 It,- preacrlbed
I bjr the constitution. Beautiful, weather
Statesman Publishing Co.,
convention, it wIU seriously Effect
449,000 -men, employed in the r coal
mines of the country.; . . ',
ceeded to, the , Chamber of .Deputiea,
where, in the preserve of t-be Senators
and Deputies the Klmg took the oath
For Infant and Children.
Tha KblYca Hara Ahsrajs E::gtl
' The New Cab
- '-ii .
Havana May 17. Th order aivlnz
Judge, of the Uland a life tenure, and I V "Phokl the constitution
maKinjf t mem removaoe ror cause oniy,
warn" revoked by General Wood today.
None of tine Havana papers com
ment on the composition- of President.
elect Palma's Cabinet. It can be said.
however, that the sections have made a
rood Irmprcswion. The men known a
mtlltaires. are somewhat . disgruntled,
as not a ainale active soldier is recog
DISCUSSION Df CONGRESS
OF THE SAMPSON-SCHLEY CON
TROVERSY, , DURING THE ;!
.- - NAVAL DEBATE. i . A
DROWNED IN TILLAMOOK.
TILLAMOOK. Ore.. May 17. Louis
Farmer, a ranchman, was drowned In
the Nestucca rlvr today. While ford-
insr the stream- he was caugnt in a
wblrtpool. . t ' ' j . :'-.:,;'. I -
V When King- AJphonso, the Queen Re
gent and the Prince and ; Princess of
Asturias withdrew from' the Chamber
of Deputies,' the procession .was re
formed and proceeded to Sah. Fran
cisco) church where the Te Deunr wai
chanted. The reception met with by
the proxsesslonvwae. on the whole, take
watto o tna part of he Immense
crowdteapom posed chiefly of people who
had gathered to witness the pageant
out of curiosity'. There was $aro4
cheering from the people in the street
and hate were waved; but many men
did not uncover their, bead
WEEKLY OREGONIAN, per year
TWJCE-A. WEEK STATESMAN, per year.
vOUR PRICE, BOTH PAPERS.;,,,
AC1FIC HOMESTEAD, per year..........
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CHICAGO INTER. OCEAN, per year
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Exciting Incident i
Madrid, May ir-The splendid cere
monies In connection with the attain-!
lri(( of his majority by King Alphoneo,
today, were) attended by an- incident.
HOARDS DAIRYMAN, per yea
f - Chaa - Burggraf, of Albany, one of
WASHINGTON, JM ayJ7-The House the Republican candidate for th Leg-
spent the day in dlseussin the NaVal Islature, In Linn county was a Silem I which, whllje Inalgnincent in Itself, for
business visitor yesreruay, returning
home on the 11 a. m. train.
4 9 -
fj,e e-e e$100
m m 0
OREGON POULTRYMOURNAL, per yea
TWICE-A-WEEK STATESMAN, per year.
appropriation bill,- and the most im
portant feature of the discussion in
volved the -evival of the Sampson
Schley controversy.: i This arose over
an amendment to the bi:i, prtwented by
MuAd (Maryland), and ; waa' adopted.
prohibiting the use of Macleay's His
tory of thf Navy a aHext book at the
Naval Academy ! A numoer of minor
amendtnenta to the bill were adopted.
but consideration of the measure was
not completed before the - House ad-
JournedL . i...- ' - a f.,.: t f f
T 1 -t "
The girl students in a das. In sociol
ogy in Chicago University have voted
that they believe in coeducation be
cause it make the, young men neater
In dress -ani more gentlemanly in be
havior; the young men have voted their
dislike for coeducation for the same
I reason. Thus we have, exhibited tne
first state of mind, of the reformed to
ward the reformer. It ia not until the
reformed has grown used to the new I
life that he appreciates it. advantage..
Let the girls continue their altruistic
work. In time they will get their re
ward. Youtha Companion.. - ?
EXCURSION RATES EAST :
Have you been delaying a x trip ' to
your old home tn the East .until you
could secure a low rate you need wait
no longer. Write to the Burlington j
Route- Ticket Agent, for full part leu-j
kvrs of the 15w ratot.heyaro-now nam
ing to all points East and return
Choice of routes, quickest -time, best
ervicN through trains daily and everyr j
thing that goes to make up a thorough
ly enjoyable and pleasant trip that
everyone speak, highly of that travel
over the Burlington. -
SENT TO PRIPON. .
EVERETT, Wash., "May 17 Glesalng
Paine, alias John Malvern, was sen
tenced today to twenty year in the
Penitentiary for killing bis wife In Sno
homish last February.
very much like the blossom
ing of a flower. Its beauty and
perfection depends entirely
upon the care bestowed upon
iu parenL Expectant mother,
should have the ten detest care.
fTbey ahould be spared all worry
and anxiety. They should eat
plenty of good nourishing food
will go a long way toward preserv
ing their health and their beauty
as well as that of the little one to
come. Sot to be absolutely sure
of a abort and painless labor they
t. should use ,..
PORTUGUESE PROVERB. l-l
ChaMUe the good man; he' wllgrow
better; chastise the bad man and he
will grow worse.
rernlsrlydartagttie moaths of getta
tioa. This is a ample Unimest. which
ia to t applied esteraally. It giras
st.rea.th and viror to the muscle and
prevents all of the discomforts of preg
Bsaey. which womtt d te think
were sbsolotely neceMary. V boa
Mother's Frieod Is us4 there is uo
Get Mother's Friend at the drag
store, ! por botUo. -, .,f ,.
- fix esAsnrxo ctctiAToa co.
ATLANTA. CIA. I
WH a ear , Safer kr .
moment created much - excitement
among those who witnessed and in
the. Chamber of Deputies', in more sen-
! sational form than the facts warrant- I
ed. It appears that Just as the royal
coach emered-from the plaxa de Ar
te the equate In front of the Pal-
i ace, a young- man etuJOeniy puxnod
through the rank, of soWiers and police
and rushed toward the door of the
choriotj. .with a bat in - one hand and
holding outstretched in the other a
paper. Before be reached the door the
I elate Jockeys overpowered him, though
vot before the disturber had received
la severe mauling.
Tn prieoner was xaaen to tne guara
! room of the Palace, where he was in
terrogated-: ; The letter In hi. hand
proved to be an address to the King,
tatmr that the Infanta Marie Teresa
bad promisexi him her hand, and beg
ging the King- to accede to the mar
riage.. The prisoner was ,. carefully
searched, and if was found that he car
ried no weapon. HI. remark, regarding
the Infanta Marie Teresa left no doubt
I can to his mental ondS'- 1
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EPIDEMIC now RAGING among
rlORP ' n1 ! "1 Can them of trr, Coogh or
l,IUrtJUW inmtcmpcT, ia Pruaniaa iicare rowdert.
- CURED 3 MORSKS. j
I hvn Utin th- frntm'M Ha kvmttrrm Uw ia rtfh "tfc and
In tluu Ubm bT ced 11 ktnm at Iw rm 1 4 oT dttnii-ir m"4 f rkrarlr
cwutflb - - j x KUJkiiMT XKIISC havarfc, S. -
nMtr ar fDiwauallianf Ca t ta.MnHb ,:
MATTERS IN PROBATE,
REPORTS OF APPRAISERS IN TWO
ESTATES A FINAL ACCOUNT
In the matter, of the estate of Jan
ette A. Hamlin, deceased, the apprals-
filed their; report In "the Mirion
county probate court yesterday having
appraised the real property belning
to said estate at $100 and the personal
atv$83 .' '
Monday, June 23. 1902. at 19 'clock
a. m. was the time set by Judge. J. 1L
SCott for the hearing of the flail ac
count of Pliny - P. Crabtree, adminis
trator of 'the estate of Washington
j Crabtree. deceased.
n tne matter oi tne guarai.i3f nip
of Haiti e A. Brown, a person of un- I p. Jr. rimv k rt,r..ihiiran ;an-
und mind, the report of the appra'.s- didate for sheriff of. Po!k county, was
SALT LAKE POSTO FFICE- .
The Campbell Building Company, of
Chicago, which haa the contract for the
erection iofJ the- new "postofflce build
ing In this city, has just been notified
that the contract for the erection of
a : new combination Federal postofflce
and court house at Salt Luke City,
Utah, for the sum.of 4409.QOO, baa been
awarded the firm. This magnificent
structure is to be built entirely of
stone and will require over 40J000' cubic
feet of stone,. Some idta of the mas
siveness and elegance of this bujldlng
may - be obtained from the-fact that
it required 13.000 cubic feet of stone in
the- construction of the. Salem postofflce
T. IL Campbell,. M ho is sunpervtslng
the contsrucriQ.Abe building In this
city, stated laat evening that, if every
thing went smoothly, the Salem post-office-would
be completed by Septem
ber. -Tbe contractors are allowed three
year, to complete the Salt Lake build
ing. :-: A- .'v.., : f; -. ..
;ers was filed. showing the estate to be
I valued at $434.20. i
For sal at DR. STONE'S drug store..1 Lecal Blank, at SUtesman Job Office
in Salem last night. He had b-eti can
vassing the river precincts and came
I across to find somerof the boy. on this
(side. . '
Shoulders, per lb, 9c - ,
Deviled Ham (.mall) per. can, Sc.
Deviled Ham (small? per can, C for SSc
Deviled Ham (targe Jl. per can, 10c.
Deviled Ham (large) 3 "cans. 25c
Sardines, per box, 5c.
Sardines, S-bexes. 2Se '
Salmon, 3 cans, 25o. :
Catsup, per pt bottle, ?5o
--r Catsup, 2 bottles, 25c. -Coeoaunt
(bulk) per lb, 15c
;Good Soda. (18-oa. pkgs ) 5c
Good Soda (16-oa pkgs.), 6 pkga, 25c
Corn Starch, per pkg 5c :
Washing Powder, per pkg, 5c
Bring m your butter aud .ejfe- "
pay highest market price, cash or-mer-cbandbte.
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M. T. BINEMAN
132 $Ute Street. TeLohone l?i-
Ial Blank, at SUtesman Job Office