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Parent Issue
Day
17
Month
March
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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THE DIVIDiNG UNE Qood GroceHes Always brrng a good price, not an exorbitant priee but a fair price. We keep a good assortment of good Groceries; we are not sellins them at ■cost, but we are satisfied witli a smal] profit for the reason that tb is policy induces large sales. On the other hand if you are satislied with disease producing trash, groceries without the fitst claim to nutritious vulue, you can't fiod thein at our store, but we will be pleased to see you just the same and peihaps cm interest you in anew poliey - "t'oryour stomach's sake." Poor Qroceries STAEBLER&CO. tart the day Right . . . and everything wil! go smoothly The proper way is to start with a steaming cup of our delicious 3 Mocha and Java Coffee. The best Cofïee in the country. Try it to be convinced. If you are not satislied with your Coiïee, try ours, and you wil] iind it does make a difference where you buy your Coffee. ms i mm 106-108 E.Washington St. r K. WILLIAMS, áttorne? at Law and Pension Claim Attopce?. MILÁN, MIOH and Collections. Speciacïes Properly Fitted At a Low Price and Guaranteed. SALISBURY'S DRUG STORE, Huron St., Cook House Blöck. Whether you vote Repumican 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, E very" store-keeper knowshow much of a margin he must put on bis goods to cover expenses, and with us that item is so small that we cao publish our priees to the world. And besides tliey are cash priees and everybody gets tliem. We do not have to give one price to Tommy, another to Dickey, and still another to Heinrich. If we buy anarticle of exceptional value and it will easily bring $2.50, but we can sel I it fot $1.75 with a proöt, we mark it $1.7-5. We suppose you have noticed that priees in all kinds ol' goods are taking a teriftie advance.dueprincipally to the fact that trusts are getting in their work making a nullity of the old idea tliat priees are regula ted by supply and demand. They will overreach themselves some time and tlien a great wave of indignation will roll over this country and we'll vote them out ef xistence. We sokl last week nearly a barrel of that exquisita blue and gold Del ight Glassware and will receive another barrel tomorrow, any piece only 10e. 12-inch Keyhole Saws, 15c, DoorKey only oc, Boxwood Pocket Rules 5c, ie and 7c. All kinds of Curtain Poles and Fixtures, Closet Nails 8c per pound. Horse Clippers 95c, $1.49,82.00 Hair Clippers 79c and $1.12, Hill Hog iiings 5c per hundred, Chinese Ball Hlueing 4c, Glass Tumblers 20c per lozen, Matches 8c per large packages, Electric Razors $1.00 and $1.25 fully warranted. Lantern Globes 5c, Carpet Stretchers 42c, Crepe Tissue Paper 10c per roll, Meat Grinders $1.25, Twelve ,1'enny-weight Silver Knives and Forks -S2.75. per dozen. Line Snajis 15c per lozen."1 The Racket 202 E. Washington St.