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Tin: BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915.
LET THE BOYS MID
Gorernment Expert Gives Moit In
tereitinj Talk on Preferring to
WAS AT Y. M. C. A. LAST NIGHT
That a mr nan could teach them
thins or two about the purely fem
inine art of canning vegetables was
full conceded by Urge number of
women at the Saratoga school yeater-J
day morning, when George E. FarrelU
government expert, gave a demon
stration of the work. This demon
stration Is the finishing touch to the
local Garden club's summer contest,
under the supervision of E. E. Dale.
Another demonstration was given at
Castellar school at 3 o'clock, and the
last one was held last night at
8 o'clock at the Young Men's Chris
"Let tho boys and girls do the canning."
advocate Mr. Farrell, opening up a wide
vista of thought to the many mothers
precent "80 many of you women hanker
to do social aervlca work. Instea.1 of that,
take four or five boya and girls, direct
their energies towards raising a garden
during the summer and then show them
how to can their fruits and vegetables.
Ton wfll be doing teal service then." he
'There are 1,400 vacant acres !n the
ctty of Omaha. On these there could be
raised enough garden produce to feed the
Ms Have Or a.
"Tou can't live en meat, potatoes and
bread. Tou must have greens. This coun
try consumes .more meat than any other
In the world. That's why we also con
sume more patent medicines than any
The women rave careful attention while
the government expert skillfully cut.
pared and shelled ant dexterloualv han
dled Jars, covers and spoons with never
a mishap. Only when the cover of a
glass Jar which had been Immersed In
boning water erarked. Just as glass
covers have a hahlt of cracking for the
ordinary housewife, did they feet that he,
too,- was human.
Printed government recipes for canning
fruit and vegetables nvajr DJ aecurf-d frcra
E. E. Dale, it waa announced.
Following are Mr. Farrell's directions
I Plunge vegetables In boiling water,
then Immerae In cold water. This
loosens the skin and seta the color; makea
It firm and taksa out objectionable acid.
a Remove skins and atoms, put directly
Into Jars with teaspoonful of salt to quart
Jar, then fasten top. -
& Sterilise Jare In larger receptacle.
This Is the process:
a. Have at least three-fourths of an
Inch spaoa under Jars for water to
b. Have water covering Jars at
least ons inch. '
e. Count time only after water be
gins to Jump.
d. Remove Jars when time Is up and
t Put away where light will not de
stroy color, If canned In glass.
Timely Caauina- lllata br Farrell.
Eighty per cent of failures In canning
are due to defective covers.
Water boils In Omaha at 10 degrees.
Boiling water la necesssry to kill ths
spores In fruit or vegetable.
Fruit and vegetables should be canned
when fresh. If over twenty-four hours
old It la four times ss hard to can.
a Jars need not be boiled If clean.
'Don't slice things to be canned; can
If you cut Into the top of a Mason Jar,
throw It away; It haa outlived Us use.
Paraffin should be applied to covers
not later than twenty minutes.
To keep the color in beets, can whols
and leave on the tail. For bleaching,
leave one Inch of stem.
In pouring boiling water Into glaaa Jars
avoid a draft The Jar will crack. Tou
can Immerse the Jar la warm water to
Don't use tops a second time. Buy new
t'e the beet rubbers. Boll three minute
to get rid of the rubber taste.
Don't use a flreless cooker for canning.
It's below sterilising point
Don't pack spinach, cherries, strawber
ries, rhubarb, pumpkin and squash in or
dinary tin cans unleea they are lasquered
or otherwise prepared.
Olaas Jare are not more sanitary thaa
tin. They only last longer.
- Ptomaine poisoning haa nothing to do
Well sterilised fruit need not be kejt
In the cellar.
Oood syrup recipe: Three parts :t ar
to two parts of water, by actual measure.
Boil till clear.
To open a Jar Invert In warm water.
Else use patent devices.
Moot difficult vegetables to can are
pea, beans, corn and asparajrua. They
are high In protein and lu in add.
Woman Before the
Judge is Not Forced
to Give Her Age
Madge Crowe, who was heroically res
cued from the raging torrent In the gutter
at Sixteenth and Clark streets Tueeday
night by Officer O'Connor after ehe had
Imbibed too freely of the contenta of the
flowing bowl appeared beftue Judge
Footer and during the proceedings which
followed was asked by the city prose
cutor what her see was. Judge roster
' Immediately came to her aid and declared
that such a question wa Irrelevant and
Immaterial, and that besides. It waa no
business of anyone's save hers.
Madge smiled her appreciation of the
Judge's eeallaoce. Che was finally al
lowed to return to the freedom of the
great outdoors, without having told her
ADVISES OTHER THAN
BOOZE FOR FLY BITES
Frank KeUy, who waa taken in by the
man la blue ca a charge of being drunk,
appeared before his honor with one eye
sadly swollen. Upon being asked what
he had to say for himself he carefully
explained that be had blood poison la
Ms eye. which ram from his being at
tacked by ths ferocious files that Inhabit
.. nMtfliU.rbol of his residence, which
U a fourth or fifth rate hotel. These
fllen, he explained, came In through the
wJt.dow of hi room, which had no screen,
end Infected his ey. so that be needed
son. lufdUlne and decided that whisky
would be moat effective. The whisky did
not work aa he desired, but, Instead. In
some msnner, so affected him as to mske
him loee all sense of time and place.
The prisoner told his story so plain
tively that the soft-hearted Judge snt
htm on his war, with the sdvlre that
some other medietas be used In ths
Take Interest in the
Since the agitation for a state asso
ciation of building contractors has been
started contractors all over the state
have been taking a keen Interest. While
no definite date tor the preliminary
meeting has yet been set, It Is tentatively
announced that a dinner for organisation
purposes Is to be set within a week or
The plan contemplates an organisa
tion In which contractors, construction
men, material dealera and architects
would be eligible. It Is felt by the con
tractors that since all those allied crafta
and trades are so closely associated In
their business relations, there should be
an organised relation for effective work.
The plan la to do away with some
abuses that the contractors and archl
tecte claim to be now Buffering from
occasional unscrupulous property own
ers who use them against one another
In the matter of getting plans and bids
for a building, and then go ahead with
the work without letting the Job or
the contract to any of the men who
have figured on It
The plan contemplates also the estab
lishment of an Information bureau, a
collection bureau and a legislative com
mittee that would take active and or
ganised atepa to get what legislation
the members may desire In the state, In
stead of allowing each Individual to
flounder around the state house in the
aimless and Ineffective fashion that I
alwaya th result where there Is no or
ganisation. Mel Sheppard and
New York Athletes
60 Through Omaha
MeMn W. Sheppard. who holds the
world s records at 500, son, 700, goo, too and
1.000-yard distances, and now ooach at
the Mlllrose Athletic club In New Tork,
psssed through Omaha piloting five of
his crack athletes to the athlatln m.
at the San Frannlsco exposition, bhep
pard and hla crew arrived at 7.30 over
the Northwestern and left over the Union
Pacific at 11. .
It waa EheDOard'a orieinal nlan ta atnn
over her until 4:20 and give his men a
few hours' practice, but the rain made
his plans Impossible, so he took the ear
lier train to th coast and will atop off
at Salt Lake City and give his men a
work-out there. .
Sheppard declares that hla five men
will all be point winners at tho exposi
tion. And if they are, considerable credit
must go to th former amateur record
holder, as hla athletio dub Is limited to
men emnloyed hr Jnhn Wuiamiii,!,
Every man in th Mlllrose club belongs
10 mis establishment, and to flrva men
who are arood tnouih fnp International
competition In one plant la quite a feat.
-me Kinross athlete ar John Cahlll,
weight man: Willie Kyronen. flve.mlle
A. A. U. champion: Charlea Pores, mue.
thon runner; Nlrk Olannnkopolla, mara
thon runner, and Joe Hlgglna, (80-yard
New Kngland Intercollegiate champion.
Coach A Ion so Stagg and flv Univer
sity of Chicago men also went through,
Omaha to th exposition games.
Says E. E, Magee
"I nsver saw a green thing until I
struck Nebraska," said E. B. Magee. of
Magee'a gents' furnishing store, return
ing from th San Francisco expoattlon
and a visit of a few weeks on the coast
"While they Irrigate and rale nice fruit
In California, still th rest of th coun
try that la not Irrigated la, generally
speaking, dry and barren. Thert coming
across. Utah, Nevada, Wyoming and
parts of Colorado, there waa lota of
desert, and I'U tall you It looked mighty
good to strike Nebraska again."
A family reunion of the Mage family
waa enjoyed on th beaoh at Santa
Crus. Th father and eight children spent
a week together, th first tlm th family
haa been together for twenty years. O.
N. Mage of Lincoln and E. B. Mage of
Omaha were the two Nebraskana that
participated. Th o there ar brother and
sisters from Idaho and California.
Mr. Magee spent four daya at th San
Francisco exposition and declaree It Is
B OR GLUM TO DESIGN '
Outson Borgtum, the soulptor. who Is
a member of the Borglum family of
Omaha, la to design a Robert Louis
Btsvsnson memorial for the village of
Saranao Lake, N. T., to commemorate
th fact that Stevenson sojourned there
during the winter of 188T-S while writing1
some of his greatest esseye. The projeot
eomes from the Saranao Lake Btevenaon
Memorial committee recently organised
for the purpose, and It la yet to be de
cided whether the memorial shall take the
form of a tablet, urn or a piece of statu
ary RELIEF CORPS OBJECTS
TO DISUSE OF "AMERICA"
Ths George A. Ouster Woman's Relief
corps, headed by Mrs. J. W. Foley, at Ita
meeting Tuesday In Memorial hall, en
tered a vigorous protest against the ac
tion of the Lincoln eupervlaor of music,
who, It wss reported, hsd advocated th
disuse of patriotic American songs In
Resolutions were drawn up' and for
warded to the superintendent of publlo
instruction at Lincoln by Mrs. Charts
CHICAGO MILITIA HAD
HORSES ON COAST TRIP
The First regiment of Infantry, Illinois
National Guard, will pass through Omaha
Saturday from Ban Francisco on a spe
cial train, coming In over the Burlington
and going to Chicago over the Oreat
Western. The train Includes eight sleep
ing rare, two mesa cars, one kitchen (ar
and a car equipped with sixteen stalls
for carrying horses. It will leave here at
10 3 p. m. and Is due In Chicago' at noon
ROMANCE OF PLOW
AT TRACTOR SHOW
Motion Pictures with Lore Drama to
Show the Transition from In
80 HUGE TRACTORS IN ACTION
"Ths Romanes of tho Plow:"
maybe that don't sound as romantic
as "When Knighthood Was In
Flower." No matter, It has possi
bilities just as picturesque. These
possibilities will be developed in a
big open air drama covering a period
of three days, on the fields north of
Fremont Wednesday. Thursday and
Friday, August 11. 12 and 13. It
will take from 80 to 100 Winnebago
Indians, and thousands of dollars'
worth of other equipment, to stage
this great drama for the moving pic
Between ,0n0 and 10.000 feet of reel are
to be made for the moving picture serv
ice all ovr the world. The Holt Feature
Film company haa arranged to make the
pictures. The big drama I to be staged
In connection with the National Power
Farming Demonstration, which will .be
In progress st Fremont. August to 14.
From Indian Haatlaa- Groaad.
Briefly, the dram contemnlatea a
sweeping review of the development of
the Nebraska prslrie from the savag
Indian and his hunting grounds to the
modern tractor plowing and power farm
ing system of agriculture. A love plot
Is to be Interwoved. In the swift march
of agricultural development, aa It will
be reproduced here for the movies, ths
Indiana will be seen hoelnc their aouaw
00m with orude hoes made of clam shells
and bison bones. Next will be seen the
homesteader, coming In with his nralrle
fbooner, and ox team, setting to work
with the help of his brave young bride.
to build a and house and later a log
house. This settler will be seen plowing
with his Wooden moleboard rlow In tho
stubborn prairie sod. - Then comes more
settlers, and later the house Is Introduced
and ths oxen ar discarded. Then comes
th steel moleboard plow, which la a
great Innovation and a welcome Inven
tion. By thla tlm the Indiana have dis
appeared from the scene, better homes
and barns have sprung up In the com
munity. Next the gang plow la mar
shalled Into the fields. Again the lapse
of a few years, and the farm tractor
cornea chugging upon the scene. Gang
piowa with almost counless bottoms will
Maiaten of Steam and Gaaollae.
The soil that one yielded reluctantly
and sullenly to the Infinite toll of the
squaw and her clamshell hoe. now gives
way, surrenders completely, and "Is
thrown In riotous confusion by the power
ful monsters of steam and gasoline.
Aa a grand climax of the three daya'
drama, as an Illustration of tho masterly
efficiency of the modern methods of
agriculture, the eighty tractors that will
be giving demonstrations during ths week.
will be marshalled upon the big field
ona behind th other, with endless gang
plowo trailing. When the word Is si Ten.
eighty engines will begin to sputter.
eighty steel ribbed monsters, spitting
hot steam and gaa fumes, will clank Into
tha harness. Ten thousands tons of aod
will yield, be torn from th bosom of
mother earth, churned Into new position,
preparatory to receiving th seeds for
snot her crop. For on hour and a half
thla march of th steel brigade will con
tinue. And In that one and a half houra,
or ninety minutes, ISO acres of ground
will be plowed.
This will be as much as a team of
horsea and a fourteen-lnch plow could
1 y J '"
No Matter If the Ice Gives Out
You can always be ture'of pure, tweet, fresh
milk and cream if you have on hand supply of
Kin Ik IX,
Coctsgo Milk is th richest milk with nothing taken out st
cap wttsr -and with nothing added.
Its perfect stenlitation makes it mors sanitary than bonis
milk. lher is no dinger of oortamination as in ths bottling,
handling and delivering of ordinary milk.
All animal germs hve been eliminated hem Cottage Milk.
Thai why it lasts longer snd doesn't take on tho odors of Other
foods in the k bos after it is opened, as readily as bottle milk, a 0
Cottage Milk is made in spotless condensoriee and Juts J?
mere) thaun twice tho (oaA valua of hottl
milk. For flavor, rich neat, convenience and
coiKMat Cottage Milk unexcelled
THE UOJC WITHOUT THE COOKED TASTE
V In Two
Two Sizes -5
At ail Gooel Ooaiara
Want iwap something' for
omethin else more useful
to you? Use the Swappers
column of The Bee.
turn over In two and a half months. It
wii bo mor than th yoke of oxen and
the wooden plow could turn over In a
Tea. and will be more than the In
dian squaws could turn over with their
clsmehell In the whole history of the
Frank Johnston is
Transferred Back .
to Omaha Division
Frank D. Johnston haa arrived back In
Omaha after two years spent In Boston,
where he was superintendent of the rail
way mall service. He has been appointed
superintendent of the fourteenth division
of t trwsy mall service, with offices
In Omaha and has taken up his duties.
He succeeds C. M. Reed In this position.
Mr. Reed having been transferred to the
position of superintendent of railway mall
service, with offices In St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. Johnston left th Omaha offloe for
hla Boston appointment nearly two year
ago. In that time he haa spent a number
of montha In Washington, D. C, engaged
in special work for the postal depart
Wient He drove west In his automobile, with
Mrs. Johnston, from Boston to Logan,
la., hla total running time for that
distance of about l,oo miles being seven
and a half day, though the. road a were
bad much of the way. At Logan the
roads were so bad that they came the
short distance by train and will return
for tho car when the highways are dry,
so as to make a clean sweep of the
Boston to Omaha run.
"It certainly Is nioe to get back to
Omaha," Mr. Johnston said. "I am a born
western man and we never get used to
the cramped quarters and the cramped
minds and methods of the east. This
feels like coming horn and old Omaha
looks bettor than ever to me." .
Woman Calls Judge
On WayHe Said It
"Ar you unmarried?" County Judge
Crawford asked a woman applicant for
a marriage license, in his most business
"Why, I was never married, so how
could I have been unmarried T" replied
the bride, haughtily.
"Technically, she waa right," the Judge
Over Until Friday
Hearing of the Injunction suit brought
by Mrs. Margaret Henry of Lord Lister
hospital to prevent erection of the Billy
Sunday tabernacle, was postponed by
iDlstrtot Judge Redlrk until Friday, by
request of tha Omaha Evangelical asso
ciation. WOMAN DISLOCATES HER
SHOULDER SWATTING FLY
Mr. Thomas Orady, Thirty-sixth and
L streets. South Side, dislocated her
shoulder Tuesday awaiting a fly. Dr.
F. O. Beck waa called and threw the
shoulder back In place. She was able
to do her housework yesterday.'
ASKS DIVORCE FROM
COMMON LAW MARRIAGE
Walter T. Landea, who alleges that In
1903 ha was married to Mr. Lulu B.
Landea by a common law contract has
brought suit for divorce In district court,
alleging cruelty and misconduct
Wet Night Affords
Footpads Fine Chance
C. E. Klmsey of th Globe hotel. 1107
Dodge street awakened to gase down the
barrel of a large revolver, and two men
after securing from his trousers,
bound and gagged him to hla bed. He
finally managed to work hla way loose
and call for help. Borne came, and soon
the police were furnished with good
descriptions of the pair. ,
Martin Winn of Central City " was
enticed Into an alley near Fourteenth and
Douglas streets by three men who
knocked him down, but before they could
get his roll a peering night clerk of a
downtown hotel frightened them away.
Fred Hess of Milwaukee, Wis., was
standing In front of Hugo Blls saloon at
Fourteenth and Douglas streets, when
two men approached him and after mak
ing a few deft passes about hla head,
forced him to relinquish hi lights to $18.
Miles Miller of Qm Creek, Neb., who
was smitten with a brkk by some loving
friend Tuesday night after a round of
The more carefully you examine the better you'll appreciate
A dress of ecmal
value given abso- $
lutely Tree with
every dress pur-
cnasea nere. no i
matter whether the
price be $5, $7.50,
$10, $12.50, $15,
$20 or $25; select
two, pay only price
of one. Make selec
85 Handsome Tailored Suits Made to
sell at $25.00, up to $45.00; on salo,
New Summer Sweaters An
immense assortment, all
splendid values for selection,
at $5.00, $7.95, $10.00
White Wash Gabardine Underskirts Eegu-I Children's
lar $1.00 values, Thursday, at 79c $1.00 to $1.25, pretty designs, all sizes, 49c
Misses Summer Dresses Made to sell at $2.50 to $3.00; daintv designs, splendid assort
We hate) about eighteen
brass beds (floor sam
ples), that have ' been
shown for 3 months, they,
are almost perfect; large
heavy posts and fillers;
on sale 810.00
Genuine Lyer Mattresses
Floor samples, we want to
make room for new pat
terns; on this sale
t ....$3.50 to $5.00
Sample Bod Springs, 2.50.
We have several odd pat
terns, sizes, etc.. Including
coll springs, woven wire,
Odd Pillows, 85c to 75c.
W hav svrl odd dining
chair, kltchsn table, kitchen
cabinets, dsvenports, dining
tables, dreaasrs, etc., to closs
out at much les than coat.
Iron Beds, Odd Patterns.
$8.60 each, white or vernls
A Wonderful July Clearance of Laces Thursday
Wonderful, not only on account of 20 per cent to 50 per cent savings offered in price,
but on account of the extraordinarily wide assortment, Laces of Nearly Every Kind and
Description, Vals, Venice, Plauen, Shadow, Cluny, Chantilly, Crochet, Oriental,
Bands, Flouncing?, Allovers, Edges, Insertings, Nets, Georgettes, Etc.
Val Laces, specials, yard 2c, 3c and 5o
Zion City Lace, specials, yard. .2c, 3c and 5c
Torchon Lace, specials, yard. .2c, 3c and 5c
Chantilly Lace, specials, yard, 29c, 49c, 98c
Fancy Nets, specials, yard, 98c, $1.49, $1.93
Chiffon Specials, yard.... 19c, 39c and 69c
Omaha9 s Greatest Vegetable Market
It lbs. boat Pur Can Granulate!
Sugar for $1.00
The only kind to buy for pressrvlng.
100-lb. sacks best Can Sugar a.33
Old wheat flour ta practically all
cleaned up. We secured 10 cars
to tide us over till the new wheat
goes through th sweat to insure
good bread, pies or cakes. We at
vlse our customers to lay In a
Sxtra Special fog Thursday, -!.
sack el SO
Iw bar Beat 'Em All, Diamond "C"
or Laundry Queen White Laundry
fioap 8 So
T lbs best Bulk Laundrv Starch SS
t lb, best Whit or Tellow Corn-
10 lbs. pur Buckwheat Flour SO
4 lb. Fancy Japan ftlc or Tapioca
UacLaren'a Peanut Butter, lb. ISVs
Clean-Up Sale of Trimmed Hats at llayden's
Other Hats, Values from 510.00 to glS.OO, at $3.00
drinks, hss now discovered thst he Is
ITS short Instead of th ttt h at frrst
thought he waa out
STRICKEN WHILE AT WORK
Fred Browning, foreman of the Evans
Model laundry, 120 Ppruce street, wss
stricken with a heart attack while at
work last evening and as a reeult Is In
a serloua condition at Ft Joseph's hos
pital. He was removed to that Institution
on the advice of Dr. Charles F. Shook,
who attended him.
HUNGRY CAR THIEVES
STEAL MEAL FROM ROAD
The Chicago 4 Northwestern railroad
eras robbed of a light lunch last night
when hungry thieves took thirty-five
pounds of cheese, thirty pounds of fish
and twelve pounds of butter from one
of their cars at Fourteenth and Chicago
ance Bargain you re of
fered here. Dependable
quality is always our
first consideration. Wc
guarantee our customers
Waists Worth $7.50 Georg
ette, Crepes, Silks, Nets,
Lace Waists; remarkable
bargains Thursday, $3.95
Men's Summer Shirts at Half and Less
Than Half Regular Prices
A Flral July Clearance of our entire stock, Including such
makes as Griffon, Arrow, Monarch, Imperial, Ideal; newest patterns
and colorings. Entire' stock In Five Big Lots.
Shirts, worth to $1.00, 49
Shirts, worth to $1.50, 69c
Shirts, worth to $2.60....f)8
Tour unrestricted choice of
4 lb.' belt Hand Picked Navy
The best Iomstlc Macaroni, Ver
micelli or Spaghetti, nkg TV.S
Tall cans Alaska Kalmon 10
4 l-os. cans Condensed Milk.. SS
Ksnry Queen Olives, -uart .... M
Lrg bottlel Worcester Sauce,
I'ure Tomato Catauo. Pickles, as
sorted kinds, or Prepared Mustard.
bottle , sua
cans Oil or Mustard Sardines B&
I -lt. cans Fancy bweet Hugar Corn,
W'aa, btrlng. Green or Lima Beans
The best Tea Blftlngs. lb..... 1SH
Werr.hey'e Break fat Cocoa, lb. So
Golden Santos Coffee, lb. .... BO
Tut Vxt Too Alberta Veaah Vow.
Bashel Basket faaoj Alberta
Large boxes California Frees ion
Crawford peaches SO
Heavy Rain Falls
Over the Entire
State on Tuesday
Tain was general snd heavy all oven
th state Tuesday night every point
where the weather bureau maintains a
station reporting a heavy downpour exJ
cent Valentine, which was the Ion ex
The rainfall at Omaha wa nearly two
Inches and at Columbus nearly three and!
a half. Ashland reported two and a hall
and Grand Island three Inches.
Tekamah had nearly two Inches, an it
here was one spot where rain was not
needed. Here the farmers have been
waiting from day to day for a chance ta
get Into their fields to harvest the wheat,
Walt Hopewell haa 700 acres of which hS
haa not cut an acre and the prospect
are beginning to look bad. Bud Latta
also haa hundreds of acres which are
waiting for a dry spell before he can
send the reapers Into the field.
the Remarkable July Clear
that are truly re
markable value at
the marked price
and you get Two
For the Price of
One; an offer the
equal of which was
never before made
in Omaha; im
for your selection;
to wait on you.
Dress Skirts $5.00 and
choicest fabrics, styles
Beautiful New Dresses
For afternoon wear, big
shipment just received r on
sale at $15.00. $19.50
and ...... S25.00
Wash Dresses Values from
All Silk Shirts That sold at
All Silk Shirts That sold at
our entire summer stock Make
Cluny Laces, specials, yard, 5c, 10c and 15c
Shadow Lacos, yard. . . ,5c, 10c, 19c and 29c
Oriental Laces, yard, 5c, 10c, 19c, 29c and 49o
Flouncings, yard, 19c, 29c, 49c, 69c and 983
Allover Laces, yard 49c, 98c, $1.49, $1.98
Many Other Special IMs Shown.
4-baakot orate Alberta reach S5e
Vh IVast of ths Apricots foe Caaw
alag. Thursday, 4 -basket era us
fancy California Apricots .... Sl.S
' Lamona! Lsowail bmoul
While the car lasts we will con
tinue to sell (he car of fancy, juicy
Lomons. consigned to us to seli for
ths grower, per dosen 10
11 lb. Cooking Apple to th peck
Wax or Green Beans, lb SV
bunches hTeeh Leaf Lettuce., os
I bunches fresh Raulahe ...... 6c
bunches Fresh tlniuna ....... Se
4 bunche fresh Beets, Carrots or
Rip Tomatoes, lb s
Home Grown Cauliflower, lb... 6
Freah Pea, quart TWO
t (talk Fresh Celery J,
t large Green PeDpers Bo
bunche fresh Parslsv e
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