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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13. 1917.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Wheat Prices Rise a Bit, but
Traders Are Shy and the
Market is Slow
114" No 3 red No. 2 hard. Choir lowland. $.B tO.Oft; No. 1.
J 197: No. 5 haVnon.Tnal. Torn- No. 1 I 19.00 Iji.iO; No. 3. 18.0039.00; No. 3. SC.OOfl,
yellow, t7',o; N.. 4 jfllow. 4&9c, No.
4 whtl. f.tr 94c, Oat; NO 3 wlllt.
Htraw Choice wht In quotabl at $6.00
0.60: rholre oat or ryo. 6.0(if 7.00.
Alfalfa "bolr, 1 1 7.60 U.OO ; No. ,
Jlfi. 0017. 00; stamlard, 1 1 :.0rti 14.00; No. 2,
112.00014.00; No. 3, H0.0O4jIS.00.
RECEIPTS FA1ELY HEAVY
Omaha, January 1. Ill 7.
Tha wheat market wm not very active
today and although reoelpta were pretty
i heavy and prices were from Iff 2c hlaher.
I the trader did not get together and up
to noon only a small part of the offerings
had ben aold. The bettor gradea of wheat,
however, were tn good demand at (he ad
vane, the No. 2 hard bringing 1 n(1
the No. J hard selling generally at $l.iS
l.U. while mixed wheat of this grade
brourht II. IS and the durum about $1834.
The corn market waa quoted from V
higher to Ur lower, but the bulk of thr
offerlngi, -which were rather large, sold
around yeaterday'a price, the No. I white
elllnir at 2e and the No. 3 grade of thr
different varieties felling from 11 92-.
The oata market was quoted from '4 V
higher and while the demand wan not owr
active, tho receipts were extremely light
and all fh wmpki were sold very quloUiy
on the advance,
The receipts of rye and barley were very
irood and there wan a pretty active demand
for these cereals at the prevailing prices,
rye being quoted from Iff 2c higher, while
barley prices generally were firm.
ruiranfM' H'hri and flour equal to
41,000 bu.; corn, 116.000 bu.; oats, 684,000
Primary wheat receipts were 199,000 ha.
and ahlpraenlH of J05.000 bu.. against r1
relpta of 179,000 bu. and shipment of
135.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1.10.00 bu.
and ahlpmenu of 177.000 bu.. against re
celpts of 187.000 bu. and shipments of
470.000 bu. last year.
Primary oats receipt were 639,000 bu
and shipments of 46,000 bu.. against re
ceipts of IKS, 000 bu. and shipments of
701,000 bu. last year.
Wheat. Torn. Oats.
Chicago 3' "
Those a lee were raported toloy:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: t rars.fl.91tt
No. I turd winter: 9 cars. 1 91. No. I
hard winter: I ears, 119; 2 cars. 11.884.
No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, $1.84. Hampte
hard winter: 1 car, 11.70. No. I durum
mlied: 1 car, M4; 1 far, -II. II. No. 4
durum mixed: t car, It. "I. No. 3 mixed: 1
car, 91.81. No. 4 mixed: 1 tar, 11.87; 1
oar, 81.8b. gamplt mixed: 1 car, II. 8k
Ry No. I: 1 car. 11.48.
Barley No. 1 feed; 1 car, $1.0.1.
Com No. I white: 1 ear, I2r. No. 3
white: t car, 12c; 4 cars, ffl c. No. 4
whtu: 1 ear, No. 3 yellow: X ear,
91c. No. I yellow: I can, 12c; 11 cars,
tc; 1 cart, lite No. 4 yellow: I cars,
HHs, No. I mixed: I cars, 92c; I cars,
91 He. No. I mixed: 1 car, 12c; 11 cars.
91c; S ears, imc
Oata No. 8 white: I ears, S3c. Bam
ple white: 1 car (corn mixed), 12c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. I hard.
It. lOfyl. 81; No. 3 hard, $1.841.89; No. 4
hard, $1.1X91.14; No. I aprlng, 11.8601-13;
No 1 aprlng, $1.8301.10. Corn: No. 2
white, tl(F92c; No. 3 white, 91 4 12c;
No. 4 white. M6J4; No. I white, 90
lie; No. I white, 00 90 He; No. 8 yellow,
. llCl2c; No. 3 yellow, 914V 92c; Nn, 4
yellow, 914JI14'': No. I yellow, 90tt$fllc;
Nn. yellow, I0904c; No. I mixed, 11 If
12c; No. 8 mixed, 914y92c; No. 4 mlied.
1 No. 6 mixed, nln; No. 0
mixed, 90 fl 10 4c. Oats: No. white, 63
t64Kc; standard, t.1664r; No. J white,
Mtfr53c; No. 4 white, btpb84c
Barley: Halting, $1.1001.30; No. 1 feed,
O&ctMMO, Rye: No. 2, $1.4621.47; No. 3,
The wheat market was In a very unset
tied condition today on account of the pres
ent uncertainty of the political situation. The
trade today was very active In May and July
wheat during the entire session and, while
the opening prices on theue articles were
very strong the market broke and the May
option declined about 80 from the high
point and later regained J Me of the loss.
The corn market was not very active and
most of the business In this article was In
the May, which ruled lHc lower.
Oats were dull and featureless and fnl
lowed the break In wheat and corn, the
May option closing Ho lower and the July
Local range of options:
Htandard. 57M57 Nc live: No. 2.
11.47. Hurley. 11.001.31. R'jcds: Timothy,
H.60416.RO ; t-lnvr. J 1 2.006 17.00. Provi
sions: Pork. $29.00; lard, $1 6.57 f 15.t2;
Mutter Hcrfpta, I!. 830 tubs; unchanged.
Kgga Higher; receipts. 5,164 rase; firsts,
4fi446c; ordinary flrt, 37 tf 40c ; at mark,
Potsloes Higher: receipts, 40 cars; New York. Jan. 12. Flour Unsettled.
Michigan and Wisconsin, white, $1.8001.10; wheat Boot, weak; No, 3 hard, $2.10;
Idaho, Colorado. Oregon ami, Washington, N j northern. XAiluth. $2,204; No. 1
northern, Manitoba, $2,224. - Ne
- Corn Spot, easy; No. 2 yellow, $1.11, e.
Omaha May Market. , ( f Nw y0rk.
Prairie Hay Choice upland. 312. iO: No. Oats Spot, cany; standard, fi44085c.
NKW YOBK (.ENKRAI. MARKKT.
I Quotation of tho Iay on Various leading
white, $t. 04T2. 05.
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
191 4Sft30c- 19IS SIBHc; Pacific coasts, 27c; fowls, ISfinSc; turkeys, 20032c,
19Iti' llfcWr 191S, 84110. Alive, easy; chickens, 184jU4c; fowls.
Hldea-Quiet; Bogota, 43c; Central Amer- 2 4 9 21c; turkeys. 30c.
leather Firm; hemlock firsts, 67e; sec
j Oat No. 2 white. 5"574c; No. 2 mixed.
Minneapolis (irmla Market
St. Louis 4irain Market.
Louis, Jan. 12. Wheat No.
) Minneapolis, Minn.. Jan. 12. Wheat, May,
'rovtolons Pork, firm; mess. $3S.onw j ;-"J.rsit; Na 1 7r?hern. 11.8144 tt
Corn No. 3 yellow. 8f4BZc.
J31 00033.00. Heef, sternly; mess,
33.50; family, $36. S027. 00. Iard, firm;
middle west. 115.7016.80.
Tallow Quiet; city, lflfcc;' countO'. UtJ
114c; special. 11 4c ,
Butter Firmer; receipts, fi.364 tuns,
creamery, 4O40c; i. 36031c; sec
freTh gathered extra firsts. 54c; firsts. 53c.;! "V ,
4iiifi2c: refrigerator, Kansas City. Jan. 12. Wheat No. .
seconds to firsts. 37 4 031c. j Jard. $18701.94: No 2 red JM70 1.92
1 f'heese Firm : receipts. ,oi 1 ". -v t . . - r '
$3.00 2.0S ; No. 2 hard, nominal
I1.84S: July. $1,471.
Corn No. 2, 97c; No. 2 white, 9c; May
98c; July, M4C
uata No. 2, 66c; No, 3 white, 57lic.
Oats No. 3 white, S3 4 0"c.
Flaxseed U.Su 4 0 Z. 89 4.
Harley, U KW.lt.
Bran $27. 502. 00.
! Sagar Market.
I New Yirk, Jan. 12. Sugar Raw. steady;
j centrifugal, 6.39c; molasses. 4.52c. Refined,
1 steady; line granulated, fi.75c. Futures were
i easier on selling by local commission hounes
Cuba. At noon prices were off a few
I. $11.000 12.00; No. 2. II A. 000 1 1,00 ; No. 3.1 Hay Steady: No. 1, It. 10; No. 2, $1,000 held specials, 2440ttc.
J9.nni01O.no. Choice midland, $11. SO; No. 1, 1.0&; No. 3, 950974c; shipping. 86090c. fancy, 234024r-
$10.6011.00; No. Z, 9.00ti 10.00; ,No. 3, $S.00 Hops Qutef; Ktate, common to choice.
Poultry Pressed, firm; chickens.
Corn No. 2 mixed. 960964c; No. 2
hite, 954096c; No. 2 yellow, 9&409c;
200 I May, $5'c; July, Mc.
firft, second and 'third (uarters. $28,600
V 50. Iron, steady and unchanged. Tin.
firm; ppot, $12,62 443.124.
Lundou Not rect-ived.
Kvapornted Apples and Dried Prnlta,
New York, Jan. 12. Evaporated Apples--Steady;
fancy, 1094c; choice,
lirled Fruits Prunes, firm; California.
80104c; Oregon, 8 4 4rS;c. Apricots, firm:
choice, 17c; extra choice, 174c; fancy, lc
Peaches quiet, but steady: choice, 8 4'':
extra choice to fan-. seeded. 8010c; Heed
less, 100114c; London layers, $1.80.
New York, Jan. 12. Metals Lead. $'
Spelter, dull; spot, Bast St. Louis delhery.
Oil and Rosin.
Savannah. la., Jin. 1. Turpentine
N'onilnnI, 53 4' I fa lee, none ; receipts, 71
bills.; shipments, 1,016 bbls.; stock, J,41'
Rosin Firm: sales. 67 Itbls.; receipts, S30
liM. ; tdilpments, 1.J25 hbls. : stock, S9,2j
bbls. yuole: A, B. C E. E, $ii.f; F. fl
$ti.27 4; H, 1. I.324: K. $.&0; M, $6.10;
Copper, steady; electrolytic. $fi. 95; WO. $7.00; WW. $7.2i.
Art. 1 Open. High. 1 Low.JClose. Ys.
Wht I 1 I
May 1 M 1 8T4HMS 1 H 184
July 1 41 I 1 48 M4 4 1 454 140
Sept. 1 13 1 II 131 1 81 131
May 964 I6H I4ti 14 U
July 134 9:4 I2Vi "Vfc II
May 16 16 $4 $4 66
July 60 10 19 10 j 60
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brok
ers, 315 aoutn pi it ten in street, umim
Art. I liven. I High, j Low.j Close. Tes.
Wht" I I
May 1 10 1 10 1834 1 IB 1ST 4
July 1 63 1 13 148 1 60 161
Rep. 1 81 1 11 134 1 16 137
May 114 194 17 17 18
July 114 18 18 18 17
May 61 68 58 5 67
July '65 6i 83 $3 64
Jan. II 60 II 00 21 10 II 10 38 76
May It 60 II 81 38 40 II 13 28 16
Jan. 16 $1 16 13 11 47 1$ 574 "
May II 00 1$ 0$ IS 13 U 01 16 $3
Jan, 14 10 14 $7 14 60 14 17 14 60
May 16 00 16 10 14 17 16 10 14 93
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Wheal Rises MllghUy at Openln, Bat De
cided Reaetlosi Kmum.
ChlraaTo, Jan. 18. Almost complete' stop
page of export buying added greatly today
to weakness which the wheat market de
veloped aa a result of profit taking by bulls
who had anticipated the reply of the entente
allies to President Wilson. Prices closed
nervous, $3o net lower, with May at
11.14 0116 and July at fl.604M.50S.
Corn finished e down and oats off 49
o. An advance of 10 tf 47 4c was the out
come In provisions.
Something of a belated rush to the buying
side took place st the opening In the
wheat trade, but the consequent upturn of
prices did not reach beyond ordinary limits,
and soon gave way to material declines.
Notwithstanding that the stand taken In
the communication to President Wilson
seemed at least temporarily to have nulll
lled peace talk as an Important market In
fluence, the absorbltlve ability of the pit
appeared to have diminished rather than In
creased over night Before fifteen minutes
had elapsed the fact was evident that the.
noto from the entente allies had been fully
discounted by a majority of dealers, and
that further changes In quotations would
depend on other factors.
Assertions that the entente allies did not
expect to purchase any more, wheat at prea I
nt attracted chief Interest throughout the
rest of the day. Opinion was much divided
as to whether the reason for auch reports
was that no disengaged vessel room for
Kurope was now available or whether cur
rent goeslp.waa true that Great Britain had
already obtained control of sufficient sup
plies for January, February and March.
Clearances at the seaboard were unusually
smalt, only 138,000 bushels, a circumstance
that In some quarters was connected with
wanting of Oerman raiders on the Atlantic.
Showers in Argentina had a bearish effect
on com. Besides the market sympathised
with the weakneas of wheat, and there were
predictions of larger domestic receipts of
corn In the near future. Oats merely fol
lowed tho lead of other grain. Trade was
Provisions went upgrade with hogs. Bel
gian purchases of lard helpttd the market
Cash Prices Wheat: No. 8 red, $1,930
Sell to Us
C Peters Mill Co.,
Swth St. Sutto
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
A dividend of Two Dollars per share win
be paid on Monday, January 16, 1117, to
stockholders of record at the eloss of busi
ness sm Saturday, December 10 191$.
G.V. MILHK, Treasurer
Delivering Dependable Merchandise at Saving Prices the Secret of Our Success
Women' Novelty Hose,
in fancy stripes and em
Worth up to $1.75. Spe
cial, Saturday, at
Women' 69c Fiber Hose In black and
colors. Regular and out sizes. IJfJ
Women's Cashmere Hose In black and
gray, hemmed and ribbed tops. JC-
Worth 50c, special, at
3 pairs for $1.00
Children's Lisle and Cotton Hose
Black, white and colors.
zoo. quality, ai, pair
Infants' Cashmere Hose Black
and colors, 29c values, at. ... .
1 ilje IP DODGE ? DOUGLAS STREETS Kb7
Shipped! at Pur
Muslin and Knit Underwear
Ladies' All-Wool and part Wool
Union Suits, in gray and white.
Worth to $2.50, at $1.50
Ladies' medium, heavy or light.
Fleece Union Suits, any style.w
Worth to $1.50, at 98c
Ladies' Summer Weight Union
Suits or medium weight, ankle
length, at 49c
Children's Union Suits, all sizes,
from 2 to 16, at 0c
Italian Silk Vests, hand embroid
ered. Worth $2.98, at. . . .$1.98
Most Attractively Priced
Children's Outing Gowns and
Sleepers, all sizes, at .45c
Ladies' Outing Gowns, heavy
quality, fancy trimmed. Worth
to $1.98, at... 98c
Ladies' Gowns, Envelope Chem
ise, Skirts. Worth $3.50. . .$1.45
Odd lots of Ladies' Crepe de
Chine Gowns, Envelope Chemise
and Skirts. Worth $6.50. . .$3.50
Ladies' Corset Covers and Draw
ers, 50c values, at 39c
Children's Gowns, Skirts and
Drawers, 75c values, at 39c
Better Glove Values
Real French Kid Gloves
ImChas. Perrin make,
in all the 'new colors
and stitchings. Go on
Sale Saturdav, jSair
$1.50 to $2.50
Bacmo Washable Kid Gloves Our lines
are still complete. These gloves combine
practicability and good looks more than
any glove we know of; at, pair
$1.25 to $2.50
Kayser's Double Silk Gloves In black,
white and gray ; also the silk glove, cash
mere lined ; at, pair
89c to $1.25
Women's Lambskin Gloves Also capes,
in tan and black. Worth up to $1.25, Sat
urday, at, pair
You Will Find a Selection Saturday from Those
300 Handsome Coats --
Made to sell at $35.00 and $39.00,
A real pleasure. Our buyer,
now in New York, sent them on
Saturday's sale. The styles are the
very latest Fall and Winter, 1916-17,
ideas, in Salts Plush, Broadcloths, Velours and Novelties.
Don t miss seeing them Saturday.
200 Beautiful New Dresses fv
Just received, clever designs in
Taffetas, Crepe de Chines and fll
Serges. All are advance styles. 1
Pnlnra rR Risnnp. Rose. Silver. New
Blues, Navy and Black. All sizes, 16
years to 46 bust.
Blouses for Saturday
We have just received a
new lot of Georgettes in
the light shades with col
ored embroidery. These
Blouses are worth to
$7.50; our price, Satur
We have also a new lot of
Georgettes, Crepe de
Chines and Pussy Wil
lows, in all the new light
shades, made to sell to
$6.00, Saturday... $3.98
Your choice of 100 After
noon Dmiti t Half Prico,
Your choica of 100 Wo
man' SuiU, at Half Price,
All the Furs Greatly
One $198.00 Hudson Seal
Coat, Satur- $125
One $150.00 Hudson Seal
Coat, Satur- - Jg5
Six Fur Coats, worth $45
to $50, Satur- . J?5
Two $100.00 Fox Sets,
Six Fine Fox Scarfs, worth
$75.00, Satur- JJg
Your Best Clothes Bargain Opportunity Comes In
Our January Sale of
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats
No matter what your selection may be H.
or some other high-grade make Remember
sonal guarantee of satis
faction is given every pur
chaser. Men's Suits
All Men's and Young
Men's Fall and Winter
Suits (Plain blues and
blacks excepted), in
cluding the $35 lines,
at one price to close. Big
assortments for your se
lection, your choice, Sat
All the Overcoats
Including blues and
blacks. Garni ents
that sold up to $40,
to close, at one price
All Suits and Overcoats Are 1916.17 Merrh.n;.. r,A
the Season's Most Approved Styles and Materials
Comparison of Quality Will Prove
The Superiority of These
Furnishing Goods Values
Men's Underwear Heavy winter weight shirts or
drawers, odd and broken lots, small sizes only, suits
34 and drawers 30. Regular $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
values, special, at 39d
Men's Shirts Soft or Stiff Cuff, fancy patterns, in
best styles, a full cut body shirt, reduced to 59
Men's Shirts Soft or laundered, cuffs attached;
new, up-to-date styles, in fancy patterns, reduced
Men's Underwear In union suits, heavy natural
gray color, reduced to 85
Men's Flannelette Night Shirts
Fine quality Domet flannel, in
fancy colors, full size bodies, neck
sizes to 20, regular $1.25 and
$1.00 qualities, reduced to. -85
Men's Flannelette Pajamas
Fine quality Domet cloth, in fan
cy colors, reduced to 95
Men's Flannel OvershirU
In medium and heavy weights,
well made, full size shirt, re
duced to 98
Men Undarwaar Shirts or draw
ers, odd and broken lots, fine quality
wool, extra heavy, reduced from
$2.50 and $2.00, to, each. . . .$1.35
Specials in House
14 and 17-quart White Enamel Dish
pans, each 49
6 and 8-quart White Enamel Preserv
ing Kettles, each 40
6 and 8-quart Berlin Kettles, with
Enamel Covers, each 49t?
No. 8 White Enamel Tea Kettles,
6-quart White Berlin Sauce Pans,
3 and 4-quart White Rice Boilers,
each i 49
8-quart White Sauce Pans, each. 49
4 and 5-quart White Coffee Pots,
2 and 3-quart White Tea Pots, 49
10 and 12-quart White Enamel Wat
er Pails, each 49
STOVES AND RANGES.
Black or Nickel Finish "Renown"
Cast Ranjres, up from. . . .$50.00
Plain Finish "Renown" Cast Ranges,
up from $25.00
Oak Heaters, up from 84.98
Fur Caps at Cut
All Fur Caps of the better grade,
Shetland, Hudson and Alaska Seal,
that sold regularly from $8.00 to
Your choice of any Cap that regu
larly sells to $7.50, in dyed Muakrat
or fancy Near or Cape t!A AC
Our entire stock of Coney Caps, reg
ular $4.00 and $5.00 ffO QC
BOYS HAT SPECIAL
Any Boys' Winter Hat that sold to
75c, in Chinchillas, Plush, Velvets
and fancy Mackinaws, 39c
All fancy Knit Toques, reg- QQ.
ular 50c and 75c values, at. . JfC,
Felt Hats, worth up to Q?
$3.00, on sale
Be in Style
Wear a New
Special Showing of
Sevtrat Hundred of
New York's Latest
Styles, Saturday, at
$5 -$7.50 -$10
Palm Beach Hats
at $10 to $25
Choice of All
January Clearance of Boy's Clothing
Boys' Norfolk Suits, in neat mixtures,
pairs knickers. Sizes 6 to 17 years,
to 12 years, and Juvenile Suits, 2Vfe
range of patterns in each line. Suits
coats that sold up to $7.50, for
Boys' Overcoats, 2 to 17 years,
years. Norfolk Suits. 6 to 17 vears.
merchandise, and garments that sold
to $10.00, for
nearly all having two
Boys' Overcoats, 2V4
to 8 years. A good
Mackinaws, 6 to 18
All good, dependable
Boys' Odd Knickers, in neat patterns, 6 to 17 years;
$1.00 and $1.50 values, f6r
Some Prices in Groceries That Are Well Worth
HAYDEN'S SAVE YOU FROM 25 PER CENT TO 50 PER CENT IN THE COST OF LIVING
14 lbs. Beat Pure Granulated 9Sj
48. lb. sacks Best Hifh -Grade Diamond H
Flour nothing finer for bread, pies 0) OC
or cakes. Per sack. $CtD
One sack of flour will make 64 lasves of
6 lbs. Choice Japan Rice 25c
7 lbs. Be-t White or Yellow Cornmeal 19c
6 lb. Best Rolled White Breakfast Oat
meal . 25c
Skinner's ' Famous Macaroni. Vermicelli or
Spaghetti, made in Omaha by and for Omaha
people. It's riuality goods. Pkg S'c
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, ib 12l-c
Breakfast Cocoa, Ib 20c
Kamo Soup, aa sorted kinds, can S'c
Jello, for dessert, pkg .flVjc
Loose-W it es' famoun Cookiea and Cake?.
Ib 12Vac, 15c
Larnre bottles Worcester Sauce, PickleH, a
norted kinds, Prepared Mustard or Horse
radish, bottle tc
82-ot. Jars Pure Fruit Preserves 25c
28-oz, Jars Pure Strained Honey 30c
Pure Comb Honey, per ruck .15c
16-ox. Cans Condensed Milk 10c
The Talk of Omaha, our Famous Diamond H
Santos Coffee, Ib 20c
HIGHLAND NAVEL ORANGES AND
GRAPEFRUIT SPECIAL FRIDAY
Highland Navels Are the. Pride of California
Siturday, "260 site, per doi 15c
Saturday, 200 si&e, per doz 17 Vic
Saturday. 150 site, per doz 25c
Saturday, 176 size, per doz 20c
Saturday, 126 size, per doz 30c
(H and 70 size Florida Grapefruit, nothing
finer, Saturday, each 5c
Fancy Lare Cocoanuts, each 5c
OMAHA'S GREATEST BUTTER.
CHEESE AND EGG MARKET
The Best No. 1 Eggs, doz 33c
The Heat Creamery Butter, carton or bulk,
per lb 40c
Fatuiy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter,
per ib 38c
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Table Butter, per Ib. .36c
Full Cream, New York White, Wisconsin
Cream or Young America Full Cream Cheese,
Full Cream Brick Cheese, lb 25c
THE VEGETABLE MARKET OF OMAHA
FOR THE PEOPLE
IS lbs. Best Potatoes to the peck. ...... .45c
Fresh Cabbage, per Ib 7t
Rutabatfas, Turnips, Carrots or Beets, Ib. .2la
Frenh Beets, Carrots, Radishes or Shallots,
per bunch 4c
Pacol Celery, hunch 40c
Fancy Head Lettuce, per head 7Vc
Fancy Cauliflower, per Ib.,. 12Ve
Fresh Parsley, large bunch 4c
Red Cabbage, per lb 7 Vic
Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, qt 10c
Brussels Sprouts, per Ib 15c
Bermuda Onions, per lb 5c
Fresh Dressed, First Quality, Spring Chickens,
Saturday, Per Pound
Pork Loins, first quality. Saturday, lb...!5sic
Pork Shoulders, first quality. Sat., Ib..l43c
Rib Roast, rolled, first quality. Sat., lbv. 17 Vie
Pot Roast, first quality. Sat., lb... 10c, 12lac
Rib Boiling Beef, first quality. Sat., lb. .8V3c
Round Steak, first quality, Sat.. Ib 15c
Sirloin Steak, fltit quality. Sat., b....l7V.c
Shoulder Steak, first quality. Sat., Ib..l3lac
Hind quarter Lamb, firitt quality, Saturday,
Fore quarter lamb, first quality, Saturday,
Veal Rout, first quality. Sat. Ib.ll'ic, 14 'Ac
Veal Steak, fi rationality. Saturday, lb. ,22
Veal Chops, first quality. Saturday, lb..!7c
Veal Stew, first quality, Saturday, lb. . . .ft '.c
HAMS AND BACON FOR SATURDAY SALE
No. 1 Regular Hams, Saturday. Ib 17"ie
No. 1 Back Bacon, Saturday, lb I8V4C
No. 1 Picnic Hams, Saturday, lb 14c
Welch's Famous Homemade Sausage, lb..JOc
Fresh Bulk Oysters. aoM meat. Qt 4Sc
If you want something you can eat and
enjoy try Hayden'a first, it pays. Poor meat
is dear at any price.
IT PAYS TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST IT PAYS-
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