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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATUKDAY. MAY 20. IMS.
Way land Magee to
Wed Miss Gage
weiMing of Harriet Gage,
daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. Benjamin
Mcvrnt line of Kvanston, 111., and
Waylaid V. Magre of Omaha will
title ilacc Saturday, May 20. at 4
o'clock al the home of the bride's
parent. Th Rev. Ernest Fremont
Little will read the marriage linea.
The wedding guests will be limited
to the family and dote friend, and
there will lt no attendant!. Mr. and
Mr. Magee will go to Honolulu on
their wedding trip, and will be at
liome at Summer II ill farm, Ben
nington, Neb., after September 1.
Mii Cage ii a graduate .of North
Velern univerity. member of
Delta Gamma and Phi Beta Kappa.
She ia aUo a graduate of the Boston
School of Social Service, where he
uprriatued in medical social service
in hospital work. She ha recently
been the head of the social service
dtpartmrnt of the Institute for Ju
venile Research in Chicago, where
n!ie was associated with Dr. Felix
Lutheran Missionary Worker Will
Hold Sunday Meetings Here
Mrs. E. C Cronk of Richmond,
Va., national superintendent of Light
Brigades in America, will hold
mais meeting at Xouotie Memorial
Lutheran church at 3:30 Sunday
afternoon, May 21, and at St Marks
church, Twentieth and Burdette
streets at 8 p. m.
Mrs. Cronk ia probably best
known as the author of missionary
leaflets to fit every occasion. These
have been circulated by hundreds and
thousands, not only by the Lutheran
churches, but by practically every
Protestant denomination in America.
She ia associate editor of the Mis
sionary Review of the World and
holds the same position on the staff
of Everyland, the magazine of world
friendship for. boys and girls. She is
one of the auditorium lecturers for
Chautauqua, N. Y, this year.
Together with her sister, Laura
Scherer Copenhaver, Mrs. Cronk has
prepared many of the pageants which
have been presented by churches of
all denominations "Christ In Ameri
ca," -The Striking of America's
Hour "The Search for the Light."
"When the Christmas Star Shone,"
y . j
Problems That Perplex
Ihirs tilie Own Him?
Dear Mlsa Fairfax: About avvrn
months ago I mat a. young- man and
fell In love with htm. Jit mni to
me quite often during that' time.
Jle nt-einvd to like ma very much and
howed It In various way. Lam time
lie wus out he told me he had two
other glrla he went with. Kindly
aevlho me whether I should give him
Up or not. Deaae answer In The' Hee.
. 8. A. U.
- I think you have no reason to give
hint up. You are not engaged. There
lg no reason why he cannot have
thor girl friend. Is there? The
best way to make him diitllke you' Is
ta make him feel that you think you
own him. Be a good fellow about It.
and accord him the right due any
free human being the right to
friendship with both sexes;
An lnMK.'lMblc Home.
Dear Mliw Fairfax: My mother
does not want ma to entertain friends
at our hline. She says our home ts
4t attractive and she Is ashamed,
rtiave tried to make it attractive and
lave also contributed financial as
sjjntanoe. My mother realizes that it
tt unattractive, but docs nothing to
-. I hold a good position. -I am 18.
About seven months ago I became
trie n dd with a man. I enjoyed his
friendship Immensely. I was invited
fpt his home several times, and on
two occasions had dinner with his
temily. I wanted to repay him Just
f little by inviting him and his
friends to my home. This I was un-
bje to do and felt-keenly about my
Mblllty to do so. I felt so selfish
siting everything and not being able
give anything In return except my
ipanlonshlp and appreciation. I
las not able to keen him interested
ki a seemingly selfish girl who greed
ily accepted all his advances -of
friendship and who in return gave
feothlng but her companionship. This
feappened recently and has made me
frost unhappy. I miss his friendship
err much. What can I do. L. F.
3 'Are you fair to your mother? She
lay have the wrong ideals. If your
adme ia elean and vou take real
aside In It no friend worth having
rttl nice you leas because there aren't
I Oriental ruga and etchings In it. Tell
your mother frankly thsi she la driv
ing you from her. Ask her to com
promise with you and permit you to
have some good friend as a guest.
Then prove to her practically that
the spirit of hospitality Is what
makes a home.. Don't quarrel with
her. Don't judge her harshly. Just
realize that she lorn for the best
for you and hasn't learned that the
thlnga of the mind and the spirit
count more than mere material pros
perity. You have a big jobbut
think of the satisfaction of meeting
the situation and winning out.
Settles: The grl la evidently not
considerate of you and ia trying to
aggravate you. Many girls go on the
theory- that they must aggravate a
man to hold his love. It Is a mistake,
of course, and girls usually find it
out, sometimes too late. If I were
you, I would quit going with thla
girl for a time. Don't call on her
or write or communicate with her In
any way. If you don't make a good
job of it thla plan won't work. Hold
out for two or three or four weeks.
I feel pretty sure that the young
woman will be sufficiently disciplin
ed by that time to please you. If
you make a fool of yourself over
her you can't blame her for treat
ing you like one. can you? Show a
little dignity and self-respect. Don't
argue with her, but act. I am as
suming that you are telling me the
true situation. I don't excuse you
for belrr; jealous, nor do I excuse
the girl for taking advantage of your
Daisy: "Miss Smith, may I present
Mr. Jones?" Is good form for intro
ducing a man and woman. The
words are somewhat stiff and for
mal, but if you are confused you
can stick to this and be sure you are
right The theory of it is that you
defer to the woman. If you are in
troducing a younger person to an
older, then give preference to the
older; If a celebrity la Involved, pre
sent the other person to the celebrity.
B. P. 0. Does Organize in
Benevolent and Patriotic Order
of Dors, Drove No. 2, was organ
ized Monday evening at Chadron,
Neb. the following officers were
installed by Mrs. James If. Crad
dock of Omaha: Mrs. W. P. Heath,
president; Mrs. C. H. Pollard, first
counsellor: Mrs. Ward Mclntyr.
senior counsellor; Mrs. M. C. Lamb,
junior counellor. Mrs. J. W. Good,
secretary; Mrs. William Chaulk,
treasurer; Mrs. B. A. Brewster, in
ner guard; Mrs. J. K. Lichty, outer
guard, and Mestlames Roy Dean,
G. P. H. Babcock and J. A. Eda
Drove No. 2 has a membership of
64. A banquet and reception were
held in connection with the installa
tion and 'a luncheon was given
Monday . noon complimentary to
Mrs. Craddock. Owing to illness
the supreme president, Mrs. E. T.
Darden of Omaha, was unable to
For Mrt. Munger.
Mrs. W. H. Munger of Long
Beach, Cal.. formerly of Omaha, was
honor guest at a luncheon at the
Brandcis Friday at a tea Riven by
Mrs. A. Buchanan. Saturday
there will be a luncheon at the
Brandeis restaurant for Mrs. Munger,
when Miss Eleanor Nevin, Miss
Mary Ellen Wallace and Miss Abi
gail Manning and Mrs. XI. A. Phil
lips will entertain. Next Wednesday
Mrs. H. O. Frederick will.be hostess
t a luncheon for Mrs. Munger.
Luncheon for Guests.
Mrs. John L. Kennedy entertained
at luncheon Friday, when her guests
of honor -were Mrs. William Gar
land and Miss Alberta Stearns of
Pasadena, dowers were also laid for
the . Mesdames Leonard Everett,
Charles Offutt, C. C. George, Ed
ward L. Burke. L. F. Crofoot. Har
old Gifford and Howard Baldrige.
' ?Park Thornton of Lincoln spent
sursday and rnday in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gibson have
turned from a four weeks' trip to
. !Mrs. J. A. Anderson is in Califor
nia for several weeks. She will re
turn earfy in July.
Mr. ' and Mrs. A. J. Cole left
Wednesday night for an eastern trip.
including a two-weeks' stay at the
tomestead hotel, Hot springs, Va
Mr. andMrs. R. P. Hamilton, jr.,
turned Wednesday evening from
; three-weeks' trip west. They
ktopped in Salt Lake City and then
Svent on to Los Angeles.
f 'Mr$. Thomas Casady and four chil
dren pjan to leave about June
Si for Minong, Wis., where they will
jfjiend the summer. The Rev. Mr.
jOsady will join them later on.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Towle, Mr.
&id Mrs. Frederick Bucholz and son,
fjederick, left Thursday morning
Sor Falls City, Neb., to spend sev
eral days with Mr. Towle's parents,
s i i .
'Mrs. R. O. Longnecker and
daughter, Polly Ann of Reno, Nev.,
fatid Mrs. J. B. Rogers of St. Louis,
Mo., will 'arrive June 1 to spend
Jseveral weeks with their sister, Mrs.
JE. H. Ward, and Mr. Ward. ;
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuykendall of
Denver are the guests of Mr. - and
Irs. Charles T. Stewart of Council
stuffs. They are motoring . from
few York to Denver and will spend
a few days here. Monday evenine
W Farnam .C.mitlt wilt .nlrfin f a..
hem. , -.;r :
irfMiss Josephine 'Marple, formerly
3of Omaha, who is a junior at Vassar
college, has been appointed chairman
Sot one of the three big plays which
tare produced annually by the college
tfrfrls. Miss Marple has taken an
fnctive part in dramatics throughout
glier course, having been leading lady
3n several French plays.
C Twin daughters were born May 18
at Stewart hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
atierbert E. Marx.
h A son. John Carr, was born at
Stewart hospital May 19 to Mr. and
gMrs. J. A. Weimer.
g Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wf ston an
nounce the birth ot a daugnter, XNor
'ma Ryder, May 18 at Stewart hos
$ . Bachelor BalL
j :The "bachelors ball" given last
.ear at the Country clnb proved such
a success that the hosts have issued
invitations for another to be given at
&he club Mav 29. The hosts for the
Kbccasion are Roger Keeline, Cuth
cfert. Potter, Francis Gaiues and
&)rcxel Sibbernsen. -
S Specials ahd Mmday
40c Fletcher's Castoria. ,22
38c Sal Hepatica ........ 214
$1.25 Swamp Root ...... .844
50c Milk of Magnesia,
Phillips .............. 364
30c Mentholatum ..174
$1.25 Lyko Tonic ...... .864
Nature's Remedy Tablets
for. .174 354 and 684
50c Hinkle Pills .194
30c Lykoline .194
60c DeWitt's Kidney Pills 344
$1.00 Rubberised Kitchen
Aprons, 36 inches long, in
checks and stripes. .".494
$1.00 Gillette Razors.. 094
$1.00 Gillette Blades.'. 694
60c Durham Duplex Blades
for ...... .........394
$1.00 Auto Strop Blades
' for 654
$1.00 Gem, Ever-Ready or
Auto Strop Razors. .794
$2.50 Hair Clippers. . .$1.49
$2.00 Alarm Clocks ....984
$2.50 Radium Watches. $i;49
Moth Balls, tt-lb. box. 154
DeMar's Bug Poison... 254
EfVampiro, 3 for. . . .-254
Cedar Chips, per pkg.,154
O-Cedar Oil Polish. . . .454
Household Ammonia, pints
Dutch Cleanser 124
Energine Cleaner' . . . .274
36c. Mufti Cleaner 274
$1.25 Chamois Skins, wash
able, for 804
75c Chamois Skins. . . .434
$1.50 Schaefer Self -Filling
Non-Leakable Fountain Pens,
- guaranteed, special ...984
76c Pinaud's Tivoli Face
60c Nadine Face Powder. .34
60c Dorin's Rouge. 39
60c Goutorbe's Rouge, gold
box, for ........294
Films developed Free when
prints are ordered.
Beaton's Special Sundaes or
Ice Cream Sodas... 154
VENIDA HAIR NETS
Double or Single, Mesh,
2 for ..... 254
10c Elona Hair Nets, doz.504
$2.50 Long Stem. .Jeweled
Cigarette Holders, . special
35c Mavis Talcum ..... .174
30c Colorite ... . .194
60c Newbro's Herpicide. .364
60c Sempre Jojenay . . ; .424 '
60c Dame Nature Skin Im
25c 3 and 3 -inch Powder
60c Non-Spi .......324
50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste
35cvYouthcraft Tooth Paste
$1.00 1-lb.' Original AHegrettl
Chocolate Creams, per pound
80c Jordan Almonds, lb. . .494
$1.50 2-qt. Velvet Red Rub
bef Fountain - Syringes
for ............. ;894
$2.25 2-qt. Combination Hot
Water Bottle and Foun
tain Syringes for. .$1.25
$1.50 2-qt. Velvet Red Rub
ber Hot Water Bottles
15c Florentine Castile Soap, -
2 for-, s-154
30c Cuticura Soap. 194;
30c Resinol Soap 194
15c Lux ...94
30c Packers Tar 194
30c Woodbury Facial Soap
for .. ...194
All you want at these prices.
Camels, Lucky Strikes,
2 pkgs. for 254
Per carton ......$1.25
20c Mozart, Corona size,
2 for 204
Box of 50 $4.25
10c Musina ..54
Box of 50.. $2.50
15c Sirena, Corona size,
2 for 154
Box of 50....... $3.50
Add 5c per carton or box on
mail orders for postage and
Mail Orders Receive Our Prompt Attention
BEATON DRUG CO.
15th and Farnam "
League of. Women
Voters to Meet
The board and council of the
League of Women Voters- will meet
at Faculty hall. Lincoln, Thursday,
Mw M mt 111 W1 s m. Un C C.
Kysa of Grand Island, state preii.
oeni, win prriius nu nm mytrnmuw
will be Dona Bertha Luti, a Bra
silian woman, who was one of the
principal speakers at the national
meeting of the league held in Balti
more, Md.. recently, and Miss Gladys
I'yle, national organiser, who will
give pointers on membership and
Mies Luis, who comes to Nebras
ka through the courtesy of Frank
Harrison, a member of the Braiilian
enmmUainn. will address the merlins
at the evening session. The coming
elections, questionnaires to candi
dates, legislative programs and the
nptttiarw rfrndnni mrm com of the
question to be considered, ah mem
bers of the league are invited to at
tend the meeting. .
Hugh Millard Weds Paris GUI
Word has been received 'of the
marriage of Miss Marie Louise de
Flores, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Pedro R. de Flores of Paris to
Hugh Millard, former Omaha boy,
and nephew of the Misses Helen
and Carrie Millard of this city. The
engagement was announced a few
months ago while Mr. Millard was
in this country, and the wedding
took place May 9 at the Church of
St. Ilonore Deylau in Paris. Mr.
and Mrs. Millard are in Italy on
their wedding trip,- and will return
t. Washington. D. C. until Mr. Mil
lard receives an assignment to a new
post in the diplomatic sen-ice. He
formerly served under Ambassador
Hugh C Wallace at the American
embassy in Paris. Mr. Wallace was
among the guests at the wedding.
WiU Visit in Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bryden are
planning a trip to Scotland in late
July. They will sail on the Acqui-
tania, and will visit Mr. Brydens
father, who lives in Helensburgh.
about 20 miles from Glasgow. Mrs.
Bryden s old home is also near Glas-
pow. Neither have .been back since
they came to this country 10 years
ago. Mrs. Bryden attempted to go
to Scotland in 1917, and she got as
far as Montreal, but was stopped
there because of the submarine
Mrs. Sedgley Entertained.
Mrs. T. R. Murtaele and Mrs.
Charles Simms gave a farewell tea
at the Brandeis restaurant Friday
for Mrs. Wirt Sedeley, who is
moving soon to Los Angeles, where
she and Mr.jScdglcy will reside.
My Marriage Problems
Adel Garrison'! New TImm of
"REVELATIONS OF A WIFE"
What Tom Chester Brought to UL
ban s Attention.
Tom Chester's voice as he told, us
that he had something interesting to
Lahow us when he should have put
way tne uaocr, oeirayea ine excite
ment he was evidently striving bard
I realised that unconsciously he
was modelling MS demeanor upon
Lillian's, trying to emulate her
v,v fill vwii.. Iff, WW I
and voice devoid of expression, which
she uses when there Is anything un
usually important on hand. But he
was too young, loo filled with boy
ish enthusiasm to be successful in his
imitation, and Lillian nudged me
gleefully when he had gone to the
barn to return the ladder he had
used in climbing the roof, and was
safely out of earshot. .
"Bless his heart," she said mater
nally. "He's so excited underneath
that he can hardly keep from waving
his arms and shouting. But he'd die
before he'd admit it. Isn't that blase
Madge Makes a Suggestion.
"More than that. I returned, try
ing to answer Lillian In kind.
But to my surprise I found myself
secretly cnticising her tone and
manner, wondering if they were not
a bit supercilious when characteriz
ing Tom Chester's honest young en
thusiasm. It was the first time that
such a thought. of Lillian's attitude
had ever crossed my mind, and it
was but an instant before the re
vulsion came, and I waj scoring
myself savagely for my disloyalty
to my friend, hoping tremulously
that her keen insight had not guessed
I could tell nothing from her voice
however, when next she spoke, for
all it apparently held was reflective
"He found something; of Smith's,
of course, up there on the roof, some
thing from which he probably thinks
I can interpret the strawberry mark
on the left shoulder. I hope, for his
sake, as well as the investigation in
general, 'that it's something really
worth while, but I hae me doots.
Smith's altoeether too cagy an indi
vidual to carry anything incriminat
ing about with him."
"But. don't you think" I began
diffidently, hesitating, for I feared
that Lillian would deem absurd the
thought which had struck me.
"Go ahead. Spill it," she said, and
in the wavering gleam of the flash
light I saw that the face she turned
to me was attentive.
"Smith is so very conceited and ar- I
rogsnl." I faltered, "that I thought
he might nave conceived some plan
for keeping reference data about him
which he would figure no one could
interpret but himsell.
"That's very true" she said heartily,1
"and il he has been fool enough to
violate the first rule of crookdom, I
hope the boy has it. Hush I Here
he comes, lie's simply bursting, he's
so surcharged with mystery and Im
portance. We won't say a word. Just
let him stage his little drama in his
There was such genuine kindliness
in her tone thst 1 flushed in the
darkness for my disloyal mental
criticism of'tfer. And then Tom
Chester had joined us, and we made
our way back into the living-room
and drew our chairs close to the
cheery, leaping flames in the fire
"If you don't mind, Mrs. Graham,
I'll get a glass of water," Tom Ches
ter said. "No, indeed," as I started
to rise. "I can help myself. Shall
I bring either' of you a glass?"
He walked abruptly out of the
room at our negative, and I saw Lil
lian's eyebrows knit slightly, and
knew that his subterfuge, for it was
patently such, had puzzled her.
Evidently young Mr. Chester's little
drama needed a preliminary examina
tion of its properties..
When he came back he drew from
his pocket a small dark object, and
handed it to Lillian with ancho of
the remark he had made when com
ing down the ladder:
ranata in ine bock.
' 4 ww
The Art and Music Sloire
1513-15 Douglaa Street
1512 DOUGLAS ST.
A Special Purchase
Values to 35J0O
Canton Crepe and - Georgette Crepe in new models that will be
worn this summer for street, afternoon and sports wear, show
ings plaitings, beads, embroidery, panels and drapings. In light
and dark shades. ' ,
At Radical Reductions
Higher - Cost Capes
Regularly to 5930
Included are very smart Canton Crepe Capes with collars of
caracul fur and rich borders of silk fringe, and Wraps of Poiret '
Twill, Velynette and Shawsheen with modish wide sleeves orna
mented with tassels. All are beautifully made and finely silk lined.
"I think )mj will find this of in
ter, Mr L'nderwood."
She look il (com his extended
hand without comment, and 1 Sw
that il was an eyeglass caer the
fine! and costliest of its kind. Lil
lian turned il over to her hands, ex
amining it carefully, opened it, took
out the eyeglasses which it contained,
scrutinized thrtn then rote, walked
swiftly to the reading table, spread
a newspaper over it, and moved the
glasses rapidly around, looking
through them the while.
"Reading glastet!" she comment
ed. "See how the letters flash out.
If you had long-distance glance here
you'd see what I mean."
She held the glaates to tier eyes
as if fitting them, then lowrrrdlhcin
to her lap again.
"Reading glasses," she said. "Now
why would he be carrying reading
glasse around on an acrobatic stunt
like this? There's something be
hind this. Can you figure out the
answer, Mr. Chester.
Tom Chester took up the eye
glasses with fingers that I saw trem
bled perceptibly, and pulled at the
"Look!" he said dramatically.
Aim Solicitor Fall on Curb.
May Have Fractured Skull
After soliciting aid at the home f
Mrs. M.ke Nukich. S.NM Smith
Tcnty.ninth Street, at 1 yesterday.
James I'halen. Ji, one armed man,
stumbled on the curbing ss he was
about to cross the street, end Kit.
striking his head on the cement and
receiving a possible fracture of lt
School children pauing by fled
police, who removed him to South
Omaha police station, where his
wound was treated and then removed
him to the South Omaha hopital.
I'halen carried a note which stated
he lot his arm in a runaway acci
dent while a hoy of the farm,
Mrs. BaWrige to Accompany
Uce Good Will Delegation
Mrs. II. II. Baldrige will leave
Omaha June I for New York, where,
on July JH, she will board the steam
ship Maietic for France with Miss
Anne Morgan. Mrs. Paldrige wsa
aked by Mim Morgan to accompany
the Good Will delegation, sponsored
here by The Ike.
Inform Yourself About These New
Uses for Kingsford's Corn Starch
Very Interesting to Every Housewife
IF your recipe calls
for four eggs to one
quart of milk, use
three eggs, and for the
egg omitted use half
ford's Corn Starch.
It is not necessary to pur
chase both a bread and a
pastry flour. By using one
fourth cup of Kingsford's
. Corn Starch to three-fourth
cup of any good flour the
percentage of gluten is de
and the starch content increased so that
home prepared flour will make a lighter ,
and finer grained cake.
For smoother, glossier gravies and sauces
use a dessertspoonful of Kingsford's instead
of a tablespoonful of wheat flour.
For lighter, flakier biscuits, pie crusts and "
muffins, make your pastry flour with a cup
of Kingsford's and cup wheat flour.
FREEt Ab your tracer or writ Corn Product! Solo
Co., 8th and Jickion SU., Omiha. Nob, (or beau
tiful foldor ot tho aow Klngiford Cora Starch rtclpos.
Open Saturday Evenings Until 9 O'clock
1814-16-18 Farnam Street
Free DellTery of
Orders to All Parts
of the City ,
THROUGHOUT THIS GREAT
MARKET SATURDAY .
Morning Specials to 11 O'clock
Steer Boiling Beef, lb.. 3c
Carnation or Pet Mill?, 3 cans for. . . . .... .25c
Strawberries, per box. , . . ..... . . . . . . . . . 17c
Select New Potatoes, per peck. . . ..... . .... 53c
Large Glass Jar Tuxedo .... . j .... ... . . $1.10
Thomsen's Dairy Kald
Fancy Creamery Batter.
Every Pound Guaranteed.
ALL DAY SPECIALS
Pig Pork Loins,
Pig Pork Roast,
ens, per lb.,
Steer Tut Roast, per llj. ....... ...lie
Steer Steak, per lb. 15
Young Veal Koast, per lb. .143
Toons; Teal Breast, per lb. 9e
Swear Cured Bacon, per lb. 17H)
Codahj, Puritan and Dold Hams tttt
Boiled Teal Breast, per lb, 22 He
GROCERY SPECIALS for SATURDAY
. Flour la Going; Up. Buy Years Saturday.
48 Ine. Goeeh'a Beat Flour for
10 Ine. Granulated Sua;ar for
Larae Jara of WlnHmlll queen Ollvea
- Large Cana of Fancy Sweet Potatoea
Per doaen eana
Extra l.ume Fancy Guaranteed Walnuts, per lb. ......
Ideal Malt, per can ,
We carry a full line of malt and hopa at apeclal
1-lb. Jara Pure Honey, per Jar
Oregon Red Salmon, per can
Norwegian Sardine In Pare OIItc OH, per can ........
Fine Towdered Sugar. 3 lit.
Extra Fancy Long Shredded Coeoanut, per lb.
' Duart Jara Small Sweet Pickle
Breakfast Cup Coffee. 3 lb
... SI 99
Fancy Creamery Tub Butter.
per lb 354
"Gramma" Country Creamery
Butter, per lb. 354
Danish Pioneer, per lb. ....384
Peanut Butter, per lb. ......154
Rex Nut. per lb 204
I lbs. for 954
Wisconsin Fancy Full Cream
Cheese, per lb 2S4
MacLren'a and Phils, Cream
Cheese, per pkg. 104
Fruits and Vegetables
Strlngless Beans, t jts. ....254
Fresh Rhubarb. 1 bunches 54
Best Florida Grape Fruit. '
Black Cherries, per lb. ....654
Florida Watermelon, lb.... 54
WInesap Apples, 4 lbs. ....254
Per box ...............$2.49
CIGARS JUST INSIDE THE DOOR.
12c SIRENA CIGARS, 5c ; Box of 50, $2.50.
VS The New Whole Wheat
JAT Breakfast Food