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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
March
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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THE DIVIDING UNE Qood Qroceries Always bring a good price, iiot an exorbitant price bat a fair piice. We keep a good assortment oí good Groceries; we are not selling them at cost, but we are satisfied with a small profit for the reason that tbis policy induces large sales. On the other hand if you are satisiied with disease producing trash, groceries without the first claim to nutritious value, you cau't find them at our store, but we will be pleased to see you just the same and perhaps can interest you in a new policy- "for your stoniaclrs sake." Poor Groceries STAEBLEH&CO. Start the day Right . . . and everything will go'soioothly i Éè,Tbe proper way is to start with a steaming cup of our delicious mm Mocha and Java Coffee. The best Coffee in the country Try it to be eonvinced. If you are uot satisfied with your Coffee, try ours, and yon will lind it does make a difference where you buy your ' Coffee. UBI S SUUI 106-108 E.Washington St. S R. WILLIAMS, Attoroer at Law ari Fansion Claim Altao?, MILAN, MIC Conveyanoing and Colleclions. _ SpeGtacies;[Properly Fifted At a Low Price and Guarauteed. SALISBUmrS DRUGJJTORE, Iluron St., Cook House Block. Whether you vote Republican or Democrat TRAD E AT The Racket Both parties endorse it. We haven 't the largest Store in town but we have THE LEAST EXPENSES. Every store keeper knowshqw much of a margin he must put ou his goods to cover expenses, and with us that item is so small that we can publish our prices to the world. And besides they are cash prices and everybody gets them. We do uot have .to give one price to Tommy, another to üickey, and still another to Heinrich. If . we buy an artiele of exceptional value and it will easily bring $2.50, but we can sell it for $1.75 with a profit, we mark it $1.75. We suppose you have noticed that prices in all kinds of goods are taking a teriflieadvance,duepiincipal]y to the fact that trusts -are getting in their work making a nullity of the old idea that prices are regulated by supply and demand. They will over reach themselves some time and theu a great wave of indignation will roll over this country and we'll vote them out of existence. We sold last weeknearly a barrel of that exquisite blue and gold Delight Glassware and will receive another barrel tomorrow, any piece only 10c. 12-inch Keyhole Saws, 15c, DoorKey only 5c, Boxwood Pocket liules 5c, (c and 7c. All kinds of Curtain Poles and Pixtures, Closet Nails 8c per pound, Horse Clippers 95c, $1.49,82.00 Hair Clippers 79c and $1.12, JEIill Hog Rings 5c per hundred, Cliinese Ball Blueing 4c, Glass Tumblers 20c ' per lozen, Matches 8c per large packages, Electric Ilazors $1.00 and $1.25 fully warranted. Lantern Globes 5c, Caipet Stretchers 42c, Crepe Tissue Paper 10c per roll, Meat Grinders $1.25, Twelve Penny-weight Silver Knives and Forks $2.7S, per dozen. Line Snaps 15c per dozen. The Racket 202 E. Washington St.