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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE; DECEMBER 30 1917. A.
CIVIC A CTIVITIES OF OMAHA FOR YEAR REVIEWED
Omahans Buy Substantial Mer
chandise Despite War
Prices; Cheap Things
. Go Begging. :
Every month of the year 1917. with
ihe possible exception of November,
showed aiflncrease in volume of re-
. tail business done in Omaha over the
corresponding month the previous
year. The business during October
vas as good a any October Omaha
lias had in Its history, and some of
,, the retailers are inclined to say that
it was ine-Dcsi joocr lor rciaii
, business the city has ever had. This
they attribute to the fact that a cold
snap came in Octobe. and ' caused
people to rlish for colthing and shoes.
The reverse was true in November.
which was an exceptionally mild
' month. Thus, Uiose who needed fall
and winter clothing ' had rushed to
the stores and supplied themselves
during thctold spell of October and
found themselves provided for in No
. vember, particularly since the month
-- . was mild. ,.'. j .
The Dfccmber business, however,
the retailers say, was unqucstiona
' ably tUfi greatest December business
the city hasvyet enjoyed. Not only
tiiis, but the merchandise sold was of
a more stable character than in past
years. People were not seeking the
cheap things in merchandise.; They
were looking for substantial goods
and they insisted upon it Many of
the clerks have reported that very
... frequently when they showed a man
a suit-lie insisted upon a $30 or
$40 suit, and whenMhey showed a
man a $1S; suit he insisted upon a
S-'o suit. ' : . , v .'..
. Prices Were Hif her, '
It is true that most 'merchandise
sold at a higher figure this year than
last. Brit this, the retailers say, will
. by tio means account for the increase
in the volume of business done in
.dollars and cents. ? i
Big retailers of the city estimate
. the retail business of Omaha for the
:ntirc year will run 20 to 22 per cent
ihead of last year. One .of the big
' department store merchants, says' his
business ran 35 per cent over the
volume of last year, and be confessed
that he himself was .astonished when
the books were opened to him reveal
. ing such a volume. t ' - --
, - The shoe business ran ahead of last
' year in dollars atyl , cents. Here,
perhaps, thcorice has advanced dur
ing theyear enqugli to swell consid
erably the total volume of monev
taken in, even though the amount of
' goods turned had been the same as
last year. However, dealers are free
to say that theV turned in more goods
aivd the business has been highly sat
isfactory. 7 . ,
In the Jewelry line the retail busi
v ness has run far ahead of last' year,
.Diamonds were wortf in demand than
'ever before, despite all the talk of
conservation. Wrist watches for sol-
dicrs and bracelet watches for the
ladies were among'the most popular
articles in this line.
Biggest Year in History of
' County C!.:k's Office Reported
( The annual, report of County Clerk
Dewey shows the greatest volume f
business in the history of the office.
The surplus fees turned in are notice
ably the largest of any previous year.
The best business barometer in the
city; Dewey maintains, is the number
of chattel mortgage and sales con-
tracts with the amount of money in
volved filed during the year," These
filings indicate money transactions.
When times are -good the chattel
" mortgages and sales increase and de
crease in hard times. In 1917 the'.rec-
ord was broken by the filing of 8.182
chattel mortgage and sales contracts
involving sales etjual to $18,443,843.
During the bad times of 1897-8 the
mortgages ran as low as $150 to $200
a month. In 1916 only 6,921 of these
transactions were recorded. -.- --
The report shows 1,251 municipal
and school bonds recorded, 291 bills
of sale, 2,950 chattel mortgages, 5,377
sates contracts; 304 incorporation. 19
partnership agreements, 272 notary
" ,-public licenses, 43 physicians licenses.
104 nurses' licenses, seven dentists'
licenses, three s osteopaths, 24 em
- balmers, 60 commission merchants'.
- bonds, one license for a veterinary
surgeon, seven powers of attorney,
' i wo licenses ;or optometry, 84 alcohol
permits, 1,500 game licenses and 21
licenses to sell explosives issued dur
ing the year 1917. ,
; Show 50 Per Cent Increase
, Atr increase of m,or.. than 50 per
' cent is .noted in the .nunber of con-
Jagtpus diseases reported during 1917.
, This increase has been most marked
in the smallpox situation which has
been acute during the last , few
! months, particularly in the South
Side, Measles and, chickenpox also
have increased considerably. : . -
. The large total shown for scarlet
,'iever cases n mt was due to an
epidemic, wliiclv was abated during
the early part of this year. It Is noted
that scarlet fever has decreased
nearly 50 per cent, comparing 1916
with 1917. -v.-,-
There were 23, cases of poliomye
litis (infantile paralysis), which was
,ar increase, but comparatively small
in view of the conditions in some
cities where this terrible disease pre
vailed. -, . , . ,
T -- .' -, HIT.
cariet t Ieerx 721
. Measles . .............. ...l,21.
. Whooping rough jo7
' Crebri-si!nai niemngtlts. 37
I'ollmoyeJUJs ............ S3
.Typhoid fovor .
CMckenpnx .,,..... '174
'. Kryxlpelas 41 V
:.'ore Than$20,0Q0 Paid
' Into City Clark's Office
During 1917' the city clerk's office
co!iectd $2ft,o25.75 paid for licenses,
permits, occupation taxes, dog tags
and in fees. Tola! number of docu
ments resented to the city council
- was 7.622 - The council , passed 358
gerjcral ordirnutcis and adopted, 1,008
. resolutions. t : . " -I
PopnUtloa (eitlmatcd) I
Ana (sqmra miles).. v...
Number of park
Armge parka and playcroanda..
Konlrvards (in ml lea)
Number mile paved trwt. ., . ,
Mllen permanent sidewalks. , ...
Number miles of sewer........
Number of telephones
Bonded Indebtedness i
v Water dUtrlet 7,fH0,0O
N'nmber of banki......
Number bulldlnr and loao
Dulldlns; and loan assets .
Nimber publie sehool buildings..
Pupils enrolled la pnblie. srhooU'
Value poblls rhmil pruperty . . .
Nurses la school Innpee lion work.
Number of parochial schooli...
Number of unl vemitle ........ .
Number M r hurrhes
Number trunk lines of railroad..
Passenger trains each '24 hour
Number of packing houses
Number of factories
Nqmber of -vbolesals houses ....
Number of honplUU..
Number of country clubi.......
Number of theaters
Number of movie theaters..,...,,
Commercial club membership..
' HINDERED BY WAR
Many New Edifices Planned,
But Scarcity and High Price
of Materials Causes Post-
The past year was to have been a
notable one in the church building
line. At the beginning of the year
many new structures were contem
plated, but owing to the declaration
of war, immediately followed by a
raise in price' of building materials,
many were postponed indefinitely.
Construction of the new ( Central
Congregational church, which was to
have been erected this year at a cost
of $150,fXK). has been out off until
after the war. Westminster Fresbf-
terian church wijl not be built Jhis
year owing to the war.' ;
nans have been prepared- for the
rarxvaie rresDyterian cnurcn at a
cost of $30,000, of which $10,000 has
been expended foi"the erection of a
commodious Sunday school, and the
church will probably be erected some
time this year. . :
St. Cecilia's cathedral is nearly
completed, but it will be some time
vet before it is finished, although it
has been used for services for over a
year. The estimated cost of the edi
fice originally was $350,000, but owing
to the advances in material $500,000
will have been expended before the
cathedral is completed. , .
1 St. Peter's Catholic church is now
in t the course of construction at
Thirty-second and Pacific streets, like
wise the First Unitarian church at
Turner boulevard and Harney street.
The Second Church of Christ, Scientist,-which
planned to build a new
church -during 1917, will erect a $60,-
uuu Duilding at rorty-tirst and Daven
port streets,' r .
A new building was planned for St.
Andrew's Episcopal church for 1917,
but war conditions prevented. How
ever, $5,000 was sacnt in .enlarging
and improving the old structure after
moving it from Forty-first and
Charles streets to Forty-sccond and
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Let us resolve during the coming year to give the automobile'
fair and just consideration. Before we condemn let us try to
picture our transportation questions with the automobile taken"
away. Let us consider the value of time in true efficency.
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" Let us consider, too, the distinction between the legitimate and '
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'the curb-stone dealer the standard, recognized manufacturer
, and the stock selling organization for therein lies .the differ-.
ence between sound business and waste.
f ' .
Let us give fair consideration to business done on a business ;
basis. List price, honest service and standard quality goods "
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must be watch words with the automobile man, more so now
than ever. It behooves us all to recognize these facts and sup
port legitimate business. , , ' ; ' . .
Long profits and
ANDARD MOTOR. CAR GO.
CARL CHANGSTROM, Pres.
FOR THE YEAR 1917
Weddings of Soldiers Swells
Totals; Day Before Christ
mas Is a Eecord
Marriages in Douglas county this
year as indicated by the number of
marriage , licenses v issued show ,a
steady increase'' over the totals for
1916, which was a record year. "Cu
pid" Stubbendorf's record, as license,
cicru in me omcc 01 ine cieric 01 me
county , court, shows that 2,912
licenses to wed were issued during
1917, as compared with 2,724 in 1816
and 2,404 in 1915. - -
Stubbendorf does not attribute the
increase so much to the so-called
"slacker marriages," as to the soldier
marriages.. Many of the licenses have
beeti taken out by boys in khaki since
the declaration of war.
Tfje day before Christmas this year
03 licenses were issued setting a new
record in the office for a single day's
business and boosting the total for
December, 1917, to -297 licenses, as
against 240 for December, 1916,
Caunty Judge Crawford performed
164 marriages during the year. The
tees trom licenses issued and mar
riages performcd'were $6,090.
A comparison of the number of
marriage licenses issued in 1916 and
1917. by months, shows:
. 1 ii. ' int.
January 173 13
February 2SI 223
March .. 204 205
April , 17 324
May 20 i"t
June" 231 tit
July ., 201 208
August .., 218- 20S
September 254 .227
October ... 240 - 256
November . ..V. 248 . ' 235
December 240 .. 287
Omaha Postoff ice Shows
General Increase Over 1916
Increases ir. all 'departments of the
Omaha postoffice were recorded in
1917 over 1916. The annual report
of Postmaster Fanning is as follows:
; , Moneg Order Business,
1217 , . Amount
Ordori lMUd ........ ttO.tel tl.S19.B9S
Orders paid ......... .539,22 4,(128.442
Remittances ree'd.,.., . 41,t10 5,939,267
" Tout, 191T . ; . 111,127,221
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Orders Issued T69,4Sr (1,288,155
Orders paid 666,790 4,ouM67
Bemlttanccs ree'd,,... . 45,52$ 5,666,471
Total, 1916 f..'. .,..S11. 556,592
Increase (or 1917 .1330,705
Tosta! Havlnn Business,
Number of depositor, .... ,1,860
1916 .. ,....
Number of, depositors ....2,024
- , Registry Buslaesa.
Registers dispatched.. ..... .127,002
C. O. b's dispatched........ 64,788
stamp Rales. (
Bale of stamped paper and postal
receipts, 1917 1, 802,918
Sftle of stamped paper and postal :.
"receipts,, 1916 i.... l.9,0
Increase t. ........ I
Insured parcels dispatched, 1916.,.,
Insured parcels dispatched, 1916.,.;
Bee Want Ads Bring Results.
h" ;-cr; methods will keep
Alien and Westeott Automobiles
Defiance and Indiana Truck
Big Decrease in the
Number of Arrests Here
A big decrease in arrests, especially
since May 1, are shown in the state
ment issued by the police department
upto December 15, 1917. The report
shows that almost 3,000 less arrests
were made in 1917 than in 1916. De
crease in the number of persons sent
to the workhouse and county jail are
also shown. In 1916 there were 2,178
sent to the workhouse and 2,005 to
the county1 jail, while in' 1917 there
were but 771 sent to the workhouse
and 1,570 to the county jail. Bur-
t t !J -J i
Kiancs, muruers, smciues ana acci
dents all show a decrease. The fol
lowing is a comparative summary for
tne two years: ..
' ' 1917. 191.
Accidents reported............. 67 673
Arrests made...; 14,91117,296
ut&a Loates reported and -
taken to morgue. 102 131
Destitute persons cared for.. 2 25
Kires attended , 181 1168
Insane persons cared for 106 183
Lost children cared for 27 , 27
Murders S 14
i'rlnoners taken to- county Jail. 1,670 2,006
Prisoners taken to workhouse. . 771 2,178
Shooting- affrays 39 47
Stabbing or cutting affrays.... 47 69
Suicides reported ..; 24 .40
Suicides attempted 69 69
Turned over to Juvenile author- .
tUes 283 s in
County Engineer Reports '
Busy Year in Road Making
s County Engineer Adams' reports
of work done on f Douglas county
roads and ' bridges during the year
1917 shows UQ'i miles of earth roads
have been resurfaced by three ma
chines, two of which were drawn, by
tractors and one bv team. The.' cost
of this work was $81.10 per mile, or a
total of 48,960. This cost is slightly
more than in previous years owing to
the increased cost of operation, and
to tne locations in which ,the work
was done , i '
There have been 73 drags at work
nnder the department at a cost of 75
cents per mile, which have dragged
7,800 miles of roan. Eleven steel
bridges have been buil( at a cost of
?4,030.99 and five t wooden bridges,
costing $3 333,61. Ketaining walls
costing $1,701.67 have been built and
four reinforced concrete culverts.
costing $2,89.41, rcnlacing bridges. -Bridge
repairs amount to $7,974.01,
done under contract. Deep grading at
an average 'cost, of 19.9 cents cer
cubic yard amounted to $4.52o.l3.
Brick pavement extending 6.236.5 feet
was laid at-a cost of $26,318.03, or
an average of $4.22 per foot, including
curbing. ;' . :
rive miles of macadam road on the
Lincoln highway are now in process
of being resurfaced, on which the esti
mated payments " to .date amount to
$:3,194.89. Payments - on several
bridges still in construction are not
inclu led in the report. y
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Greater Number of Acquittals'
And Convictions During 1917
The annuar report of the county
attorney s office ifor the year 1917
shows 186. convictions v obtained in
various cases, as compared with 161
in 1916. The acquittals, also, were
greater, 13, being obtained, while in
1916 there wjsre but 12, Report also
shows 93 cases pending and 65
nolled( making a total of 357 cases
on the docket. In his first report as
ex-officio Coroner County Attorney
Magney contjucted'156 investigations
and held 29 inquests
:cftc with goods
our country in
Nearly 40,000 Persons in
Greater Omaha Within. Legal
SchoorAge; New Super- ..
intendent in Office.
The-last' school census of Greater
Omaha yielded returns which show
ed there are nearly 40,000 persons be
tween 5and 21 years of age, which
embracc the legal school "ages. The
compulsory educational law requires
school attendance" until 16 years of
age and from that'age until 21 years
of age attendance is optional. .
During the last year the enrollment
in the public schools o this city was
30,477, including night schools The
present enrollment of the ptiblic day
schools i 28,678. A teaching staff
of nearly 1,100 is employed.
The maintenance cost of this great
educational system for the last year
was $1,500,000, which does not include
building operations. ...
The bonded indebtedness of the
school district is $2,915,000 and the
valuation of sites' and buildings is $5,
568,384. - , ; ,
The new Bancroft school building
wilrte opened in a few weeks. This
school was started with a four-room
unit, to which has been" added 12
rooms, making a complete 16-room
structure. The new Druid Hill school
of 12 rooms , will be opened - during
the latter part of this month. New
schools in course of construction are:
Park, Field, Yates, Clifton Hjll and
an addition to Train school, v
Coincident with the incumbency of.
MONDAY THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR - END SALE-
Store Will I 7 T
All Day f
Tuedy, ; ,
New Year's I I
Women's Suits, Coats, Dresses, Furs
K , ' ' . . .x . . ;..; ,;.'.,. ;;'' "". ' '. .', . ....:;; ;
; At Prices Which Mean Savings of
25t3313.5()-In Many Cases More
' 'f ' .j"".'
That sold at $75.00 and $85.00,
nmJrto T.n v-f wm.n.' w:
ter Suits That Sold to $35.00,
assortment of styles for selection,
vall newest shades, at'.
On All Our
- PLUSH .
SCORES OF OTHEH SPLENDID BARGAINS IN WOMEN'S
, AND CHILDREN'S OUTER APPAREL 1YIWDAY
'-' '7l A FEW MENTIONED" ':'?A. ' ':':y J - ,
Women's Corduroy Bath or
Lounging Robes, 1 ; fl 1 QC
worth 15.00..... V
Women's and Misses' Sweat
ers, worth,, AC
Canned Goods, Farenacious Goods, Bottle Goods, Fruits,
. Vegetables, Etc The Highest Quality, at a Saving
! . of 25 to 50 on the Cost of Living. V
Sl-oa. iars Far Fruit Preaervea..... .'. .25e
!4-oa. jars Pure Mines Meat.... 25c
28-o. jara Pure Strained Honey 40c
Fancy Queen Olives, bottle.... 10-15-20-25C
16-oa. jars Celery Relish or Piccalilli,- per
battle, at ....15c
Schupp'a Shredded Cocoanut, lb....... .38c
Monarch Catsup, large bottle. ....... ...19c
S lbi. Fancy Carolina Head Rice. ...... .25c
lS-o. can Condensed Milk ...12Vtc
The Best Domestic Macaroni or Spaghetti.
-per pk.. at..., ...., 7V,e
Jello, for dessert.-per pk.. ..10c
4 lbs. Best White or Yellow Cornmeal . . 24c
4 lbs. Best Rolled White .Breakfast Oat-i-meat,
at ................... .... .25e
4 lbs. California Brown Beans, equal to
Navy Beans, t lbs., for........ 25c
No. 3 cans Fancy 'Sweet- Sugar Corn, Early
-June Peas, Wax or String Beans, can, 14c
E. C Cora Flakes, pkr ..... .7V'ic
New Comb Honey, per rack. ......... .20
Dried Fruits. Etc for Your Fuddinga, Pick
. , . and Cakes. -Choice
California Prunes,' lb. ..... ;.12Vic
Choice California Muir Peaches, lb..;... 15c
Choice California Cooking- Furs, lb...... 15c
Choice California Muscatel Raisins, 16. 12y,
J. H. Beveridge as superintendent of
instruction, a survey-of buildings and
physical equipment was made by Dr.
George D. Strayer of Columbia uni
versity. That survey was made the
basis-of a bond proposition of,$2,
250,000 which the Board of Education
had proposedjto submit to the voters
on November 20, but .war, conditions
caused the members to rescind their
action by deferring the bond pro
posal. ; ;. ?' - ".
The medical . inspection was en
larged with the opening of schools in
September, Miss -"Charlotte Town
send, supervi:or, now has a staff of
18 nurses, and Dr. .E. T. Manning
was cigaged as consulting physician.
Medical inspection was continued dur
ing the last summer vacation, that the
situation might be w.ett in hand when
the schools were reopened.
H. V. Anderson was engaged by
the,boara to wodc with Superinten
dent Beveridge as reasearch director.
Mr. AndersOn has been making a
series of surveys known as educa
tional measurements, the purpose ' of
which is to locate the weak places and
to standardize the work where pos
sible. : - , -
The present plan is, to make the
Fort school for boys a prevocational,
school and to make provision , for
those boys in the lower grades who
are motor-minded. A school for sub
normals has been established at the
Comenius school where this work is
justifying itself in a substantial man
ner. v r :
J. H. Beveridge began his work
here as superintendent last September
and Dwight E. Porter assumed , his
work a5"principal of the High School
of Commerce. , The scho! year, be
ginning last September., brought the
Benson and Florence schools into the
Greater Omaha svstem. '
C. J.. Ernst and Thomas A. Fry'
DODGE Aitf DOUGLAS STREETS
That sold at $45.00, gWd assort-
m -4 -x law r
VL u hl I 'A Satins,
On Fur Trimmed
: On Fur Sets,
' Scarfs and
;Women's : Lingerie Waistsv F
worth $1.00; and
$1.50 Monday .. v,
Women's Long Silk.Kimonos,
worth $7.50 to $10 OA QC
Monday, at ..... iVv
to Eat For New
Choice California Cvaporated Apples, lb. 15c
Choice Caliiornia Seedless Raisins, lb... 15c
Seeded Raisins, per package. .10c and 12V'c
- TEA AND COFFEE SPECIALS
Fancy Goldea Santos Coffee, the talk of
Omaha, per lb ..20c
Fancy Maricaibo Blend -Coffee, lb..... .25c
Fancy Porto Rico Blend Coffee, lb...,. 27c
The Best Tea Siftings, lb 20c
Choice Basket Fired or Sun Dried Japan
Tea. per lbv.. .' 40e
OMAHA'S GREATEST VEGETABLE AND
Fresh Southern Shallots, Beets, Carrots,
Turnips or Radishes, per bunch. ...... .5c
Cape Cod Cranberries, lb. 15c
Fancy Head Lettuce, head.. . .7 Vic and 10c
8 stalks Fresh Celery. ...............
IS lbs. Best No. 1 Potatoes. 35c
Large Soup Bunches, each... ....4c
Fresh Endire, I for.. 10c
Old Beets, Carrots. Turnips, Rutabagas or
Parsnips, per lb...... 2V,c
Cabbage, per lb... .............. .2 Vic
S lbs.-Fancy Red Globe Onions. ....... 10c
Don't Fail ts Attend This Special P re-Inventory
Grocery Sale The Greatest
. . Stock-Reducing Sale We Have
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST It
Wr'man anrt vire rhairman resoect-
ively, of the Board of Education, re
signed ' during September. Their
places will be filled this week.
During the year, the schools have
co-operated" in many war activities.
The "children made , thousands of
trench candles, Christmas books and
other articles, which were forwarded
to France on November 15. The
teachers assisted in the food conserva
tion campaign. Red' Cross work and
Liberty bond drives.
Internal Revenue Receipts :
Snow Decrease of 30 Per Cent
' A decrease of nearly 30 per cent in
the, 1917 internal revenue receipts for
this district is shown by the annual'
report of the United States internal
revenue collector, George jULcjpmis.
The reason for this is the fact that
Nebraska has gone "dry." Revenue
collected on spirits in this district in
1916 was $3,482,319.78 and in 1917 it
was only $1,015,322.13. In 1917 there
were four "wet" months. On beer the
collections decreased from $664,997.63
to $184,067.25. ' : . . :
There was an enormous increase in
list taxes and abig decrease on docu
mentary taxes and wine. taxes. The
complete report is 'as follows: '
v v i9i6. ' iit. i
Special tax- .';
Mixed 1 four . ,
.$ 637,846.80 S3,S70,B1B.3
. 19.S74.87 '
; 188.90 1
Total $6,408,386.05 -S3.724.B21.7S
Note: Last weeIt,of December, 1917, esti
mated. ' - ,
of the Week
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Nobby Dresses, in Taffetas,
Serges, . etc. including
Dancing Frocks worth to $5.00.
f " On All Our. '
Women's Bath Robes,' worth
$4.00 and $5.00,
all colors, at.
Women's Silk Petticoats, all
colors,' worth $4.00, flJO or
Monday . . ; . . . Vp-.OD
Meat Specials In Our
Fancy Dressed Turkeys, Geese,
Ducks and Chickens Vtt
, Lowest Market Price.
Steer Rib Roast. . ...... .18c
Roiled Rib Roast. ..... .24 Vie
Steer Pot Roast. . ..17 Vic, 15c
Rib Boiling Beef ....... ,13Vic
Steer Loin Steak. ... . ..22Vs'
Steer Round Steak...., ,19Vc
Porterhouse SteaJr, ....... 24c
Steer Shoulder Steak. .. .17 Vic
Pork Loin Roast. ..... .22 Vic
Pork Loin Chops 25c
Fancy Veal Roast. ..... 17y,c
Fancy Veal Steak 22Vie
Fancy Veal Chops ........ 20c
Fancy Veal Stew. .. . vT .. .15c
Hindquarters, lb,. ...23V',c
Lamb Chops, lb.,.. 25c
Lamb Stew, lb... 14c
Hamburger Steak, lb 15c
Bulk Sausage, lb ISc
Pork Neckbonea, 4!Vlbs..25e
Mincemeat, per lb. ....... 11c
. 38 kinds Smoked Sausage .
Regular Bacon, 37 Vic and 40c
Regular Hams, lb 26 Vic
Sauer Kraut, H.... Sc
Best Creamery Butter, pack-
'. age or bulk, lb .50c
Good Dairy Butter, lb.... 46c
Wisconsin Cheese, lb..... 30c
Strictly Fresh Eggs, dot., 52c
No. 1 Storage Eggs. dox. ,42c
A Full and Complete Line el
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