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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

- THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1 920. 5 , I' r I LOVE and MARRIED LIFEj J Ijjj. the noted author ' !A Letter From John. As Charles left mo I caught sight, from the -window, of a messenger boy bringing a box of roses. This time 1 smiled as I pondered If John "was go ing to court tne all ovor again. It "was really so funny that I did not ask my self If it were my money he was court Alice followed the boy into the room and looked at me -with apprehension. Sho seemed to be afraid that I was going to tear up the blossoms as I had $. done with the first ones John had sent, c "Oh, I am going -to be good," I said fe asfcI took out one of the largest blos- m N soms and then I gave an involuntary Ilii groan. I had pricked myself on a Up" -r . thorn and I found my hand bleeding profusely. I said nothing In explana tion, but began carefully stripping the j thornu from the steins. "That Is a good idea," said Alice as K sho brought mo a tall vase to put my It roses In. jg $ Both Be...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

IF m H-j 6 tut: r-v, varqexaMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. - ' ! It : Gradual Immigrarion of Four Million Planned at j Meeting ' I NEW YORK, May 7. Arrange ' , ments for Uio gradual Immigration or I 4,000,000 Jews to Palestine, following 1 tho San Remo sessions of the peace 1 conference which gave Great Britain the mandate over that country for tho j establishment of a Jewish national home land, will be discussed at an o traordlnary conference of the Zion ' 1st organization of America here next , . Sunday and Monday. ' The conference, which will bo at tended by 1700 delegates from the "United States and Canada, will be, it is said, "tho most important and his toric gathering of Jews ever held In America," under the leadership of I Justice Brandols of tho United States jupreme court and United States Judge Julian W. Mack, tho organlza ' tion Is expected to take immediate action toward the rccstablishment of the Jewish people In tho near East after 2000 years of exile, thus bring ing to ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

fHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. 7 I f OB. BARROWS' FUNERAL HELD I . Learned Men Pay High Trib- j ., utes to Character of f Young Man 1 Funeral services for Dr. Harry Percy h Bar.rowB, wero held at 3 o'clock yes- terday In the Sixth ward chapel with Bishop O. M. Sanderson officiating. 1 There was a largo attendance and the j r x floral tributes wore beautiful and nu- j V- morous. Among theso tributes were i k flowers from the agrlculturcl colleges 1.1 B at California, Oregon and Utah, j v Tho speakers were Dr. E. G. Peter ,j f a . son, president of tho Utah Agricultural j IJp -34 college; Supt D. C. Jensen of tho Box a elder schools; Joseph E. Wright and fl -.Bishop Sanderson. 7$ quartet composed of H. A. Dixon. Jb" D. !F. Wright, Gerald Klomp and WI11 fef. lam Pfckett, sang "Rock of Ages." IH " " Miss Josephine Shorten sang "My I, Loved One, Jtcst." The duet, "Whls- perlng Hope," "was given by Mr3. Fred N. HessV and Mrs. Henry Stevens. H' Mrs. Hess sang "Sometime a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

IF II 8 , THE OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. ' ..! ' , . I.'.'."'". ' p Uj osf Zi&e buying jj I for (lie Price ef One! B Buying our suits which includes an extra pair of pants free fij& j 0c is simply applying good business principles to your clothing jP i me problem. You are getting the utmost possible value for your P ' dollar. Don't forget that you are paying no more for our P ijucj suits with. 'extra pants than you are paying now for a one- Ucj pants suit of the same quality. ' ' W EVei7 t0 rCler J UNION MADE j H Our plan gives you a clear saving of 50 per cent because that extra pair means double wear and cuts !5 t m the cost in half. 2309 V Ave. I, Boiled Down News I From Political Pot v 8 SAN FRANCIS GO, May C With 'jj California presidential preference pri- y mary returns from 103 of the 5707 pre- cincts in the state missing late tonight, J delegates pledged to support Senator P Hiram W. Johnson for the presidential (I nomination at the Chicago convent...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

L ,.v- RED EVENTS IN f BUTTEHISTOiHY Fourth Military Invasion in City's Annuals as Mining Center BUTTE, Mont., May 6.' The arrival here of United States troops, sent on April 22, 1920, to prcsorve peace fol lowlnj? a strike called by Metal Mine "Workers' union No. 8, Industrial work firs of the World, constituted the fourth military Invasion of this, the, greatest mining city In the world. Butte's first serious labor trouble developed Jn 1014. j Tt was the boast of tho old Butte i Miners' union No. 1. Western Fodera B. '( Hon of Labor, that it never had had a Af strike during o3 years of Its existence. Bl Wages were comparatively high and f" living comparatively cheap. A large per cent of the miners owned their own homes and they were con3erva-i The period of disaffection began about 1910, when radical elements in fl. the camp began lo coalesce under the' H loarlnrshln nf T?nv T jiwiq .T. Tliincwn. !ti I Socialist. Duncan left the pulpit for the radical lecture platform, and In J 91...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

H THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. ;H I STATE AND' IDAHO NEWS" -I Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I' U'tfllsofrates R. G. Lucas Says Increase Would More Than Reach Amount Indicated SALT LAKE, May 7. Russell G. Lucas, attorney for the Utah Copper company, took the stand at the hear ing" before tho public utilities commis sion anil declared that he hopes to show that the rate schedule of the I'tah Power & Light company has suggested for increased rates woudl, if put into effect on the basis of the 1919 business of tho company, pro duce a revenue in excess of the pres ent of more than $3,000,000 or large ly in excess of the amount designated; by the company as being required for Its financial purposes. j "On its face," Mr. Lucas added, "the schedule appears to have been prepared in bad faith," I . The hearing- went over yesterday ' morning until next Monday, .whlcn has been set by the commission for, the hearing of tho probable costs of steam power...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

I j THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. 11 . ty H I i A Una Richards Expects to Lower Records at Bis Meet I I j Ogden A. A. Athlete - Out After New Marks I I in Field Exhibitions -1 First Class Competition Promised in Track Meet Here on ji Monday; Richards Expects to Shatter H 2M Fnur State Records !i 1 jl Alma Richards, former American all- M around champion and rated as one of , America's greatest track and field j stars, expects to shatter at least four 1-3 state records In the big track and field n meet at Lorin Farr Park Monday af- ff ternoon. Richards is one of four men 51 who will' wear the colors of Ogden In Iff the Olympic meet and is a world i beater. . Monday afternoon the star expects 'i to shatter the present state record In the discus throw, javelin throw, high , - Jump and broad jump. Richards is the present holder of the high Jump rec- li ord and also of the broad Jump record. fS However, the elongated athlete Is outj lS to set new marks. I llS jjj One ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

-.5 In il :f?; . v ....... lip - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. , -r- ' . j"B I ACTIVE NOTE IN I MIPOCKS Tintic Standard Advances in Trading and Closes at , n $4.40 Asked Hi The Salt Lake Stock and Mining Ex- change trading was again active with the prices' in majority of the stocks about steady. Tintic Standard showed the most strength of any on the board changing hands as high as $1.35 and closing with ?-l.32& bid and ?t.-10 asked. AUa Con. sold at Sc; Alia Tunnel I brought Sc; Eureka Lily was steady 1 at ldc; Columbus Rexall went at 55c Cardiff changed hands at $1.-15 and 41,50; Keystone changed hands at 95c; T,ehi Tintic was very active at 13c; May Day went at 1-c; 5000 shares of ! New Quincy changed . hands at 6c and 6c; Eureka Bullion brought 15c; H'l Prince Con. was steady at 52c; Sioux Mines changed hands at -lc: Sells was l 'steady at ISc and 18Mc; Tintic Cen 'J; tral went at 2Uc; and West Toledo hi brought 5c. i The following are the closing quota- ;...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

lif THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. ' 13 J Wt H FOR SALE - f THE GUARANTY" MORTGAGE I . ., COM PAN Y g Plionc2S0-2Sl 416 Twenty-fourth St. K " 8 42500.00 A four room modorn cottage. J500.00 close in, good location, lot 160 K Down foot docp. house In pood condl- 0 530,00 lion, taxes last year only mk M $3200,00 For a small family or n young (A f 1000,00 couple this homo will bo entire ly 2 Down ly suitable, good close in loca k $30.00 tlon, four rooms, mod crip. gl I Month K N550.00 This olx room modern brick hao IB' J (1250.00 brick basement, parage, chicken I Cash coops, fine location on bench. I 330.00 lot 59x150 feet, we will bo glnd A Montli to show you, K f5000.00 A five room strictly modern ! "- $1500.00 bungalow with separate laundry, IV Cash fruit, and furnace rooms, bullt- 2 550.00 In features, gum and enamel fln- flU. Month fell, hardwood borders, good lo- PP cation. JT i u 56000,00 Tills 6 room modern brick and Ic $2000.00 sun porch. lias four room basc-...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 7 May 1920

Hrf t . B.-11 ' . . .--aKg55aa5Wr '' i'ri'"i "' "'r - rr I : '"friday. may 7. 1920. " ' ; V gtattoari-Mmttur ' - or,DEROT,H Jl American Colors May Adorn f. !L Lapels Instead of the Carnations Wearing of tiny American flags in stead of carnations next Sunday (Mothers' day) probably will bo urged liy Ogden members of Women's Fed I orated clubs to combat the big in- ' crease in priceB of flowers, according to hi statement made tills morning by Mrs. William Douglas, president of the women's club here and Mrs. John P. Hobbs, chairman of the "Mothers' day" committee. ! ' The wearing of flags instead of flow- j ers is urged in a movement which is being carried on throughout tho Unit I cd States by women's clubs and qther organizations. "The idea is an cxccl 1 lent one," Mrs. Douglas said this morn 1 ing, "and will be taken before the com i mittee for action at once in order that it may be adopted. There is no doubt that tho movement will be indorsed lo cally if the price of carnations and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

BBL-rmmm..l..r . ' , " ; f f ' . ,, ..I ' ' .-. , ttfjkmmBlMtaM I Fiftieth Year-No. iTl : Price Five cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1920, LAST EDITION 4 P. M, I I A A A A cfti A. A A A A A I I Bolsheviki Lose Southern Stronghold II I: UKRAINE H ! POLISH TROOPS CAPTURE KIEIi Soviet Capital Admits Loss of City to Combined Enemies DETAILS OF BATTLE ARE QUITE MEAGER j Bolsheviki Driven From Large Town After Five Months' Occupation , .LONDON, May 8. Polish and Uk j ranlan troops captured Kiev on Thurs I day night, according to an official statement issued at Moscow yesterday and received here by wireless. The text of the statement says' j "In tho Kiev region (hiring the nigbt " I of May G-7, our troops engaged supe- 4 I southwest of Kiev. Toward evening tho enemy broko into tho outskirts of the town but were held up by our . counter-attacks. Later, our troops, in j I accordance with orders, started to I ( withdraw in order to tho left bank of tho Dnieper river. Enemy Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

Pi I 1 - 2 zJD1 Q9?Jj? , i Nearly 100 Mounted Customs j J Guards Clash With Car j ; ranza Soldiers, i MILITARY TRAIN IS CUT OFF; WIRES DOWN I Revolutionary Movement is Gaining Ground in All I ' Parts of Mexico. . i i I LAREDO, Texas, May 6. Tho Na I tional Railway of Mexico, the'most im I portant lino connecting Mexico City I with the American border, was cut. by I Mexican rebels today at Larapazos. six I ty miles south of the border. Tele I graph wires also were out and no news I could bo obtained from a military I train carrying1 400 re-cnforcenients for I tho garrison at Nuevo Laredo, oppo I 'Bite Laredo. The troops were being ' rushed from Monterey to Nuevo Lare H do, following the mutiny of nearly 100 H mounted customs guards last night. The customs guards who declared al I legiance to the Sonora revolution, fled I the Moxicau city after exchanging M shots with Carranza soldiers last night, H and tonight were reported to be at Co- lombia, a border town 25 miles north I west of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1920. ' 3 k j j I t; j BANKERS GALLED BEFORE SENATE FAIL T0AGREE Do Not Approve Plana For, Additional Government j Loans to Railroads. WASHINGTON, May 7. Bankers! B called before the senate interstate H commerce committee today failed to I B agree with railroad executives that j t5ouu,uuu,uuu snouia do proviueu uy inc government to buy rolling stock for main lines of the country. Though con ceding, as-representatives of the roads jy -?v told the committee Thursday, that eu r ough money could be obtained from private Investors at present to fill all railroad wants, they refrained from ap proving: plans for additional govern ment louns. Instead. Jerome G. Ilan auor, representing Kuhn, Loch and company of New York, suggested that the road3 be assisted in the establish ment of better terminals and the ex pedition of equipment they now have under contract, using borrowings on I he market to get themselves more I , motive power rather than fre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

FT -- ' " , Wtei ' ' m H 1?4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920, . j ITHE STANDARD-EXAMINER , PUBLISHING POMP AN? Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogdon, Utah ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Oirculationaiid the Associated Presa An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance i J I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS J The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi I cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper , I j and also the local news published herein. ' I1. i CARRANZA ESCAPES, j Since Madero organized his rebellion and drove Diaz from the presidency of Mexico, the republic has been a storm center. To be president of Mexico is an unenviable honor. Madero suc ceeded Diaz and was assassinated. Then Huerta claimed the posi tion. He was chased from the capital to Vera Cruz and escaped death by hurriedly boarding a ship saili...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

bv - l'Hb OGDEN SlANDAKD-hXAMlNER, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1920 5 , j, J I h f STATE AND JDAHO NEWS II I j Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I SMEARING OPENS flTRIGBY : J George E. Hill, of Beet Grow- era Sugar Company, on I Witness Stand 1 ItlGBY, Idaho. May S. Taking of ' testimony concerning matters relating "V to the Beet Growers' Sugar company I - of Risby In the federal trade commln k Affi "Jon hearing began here today with; ip George E. Hill, secretary-treasurer of I , 'if the company and formerly its vice fit . Jj president, as the principal -witness. ' The complaint of the commission ; charges the Utah-Idaho Sugar com- !. i 'M pany, the Amalgamated Sugar com- nM pany, Ernest R. Woolley, A. r. Cooper !jf and E. F. Cullon with conspiracy in S restraint of competition in interstate iil commerce. m During his testimony Mr. Hill saidi MM that in 19l'8, "propaganda," was cir-1 19 culated generally among the farmers! IS -of this district that the Beet Grower's i 18 company...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

I 1 r6 THE OGDEN. STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920. H I j Kentucky Derby on Sport Card at Louisville Today I RECOHQ CROWD Herron, Star, Is Given Pole While Peace Pennant Draws Outside of Track. LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 7. Twenty two tliree-y ear-old thoroughbreds, twenty colts and two fillies, consid- I ered the oesL on the American turf, today were declared fit for the Ken tucky derby. Those whose owners ac- I cept the issue will attempt to negotiate a mile and a quarter at Churchill Downs tomorrow afternoon for a stake carrying $30,000 In added money, the richest 1920 turf prize in the country. Expectations today were for a ree ' ord-breaklng attendance, predictions reaching as high as 60,000 spectators. Already hotels were reported tajted t'j -capacity, with inability to heed re quests for even cots in the corridors. Additional throngs are reported on the "way in special trains. ( At the race track the number of pari-mutuel betting machcines under the greatly enlarged grandst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

h H . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920. 7 ill . FOR SALE I Real Estate II. G. AG EE i Real Estat Insurance J Five acrea land, seven room brick ? hoiu. Good buy at $3000. Fin; room brlckv larjoi lot, close to 'f shops, onlr 12100. Four loom frame closr to street car barn?, $1130. Six room brick, modern 1 1-3 ncrea tine land. ?6750-. , Six room modern frame. North y. nsn Ington avenue; 3 axtrn Jots. ?4200t terms. Three room frame. largo lot. garage, fruit, largo poultrr house, two blocks from street enr: only ?1550. , , . Four room houso. FIto Pointy sleeping porch, largu lot: price J2000. Wi havo aevnral pood burs In houses, vacant lota and farms. Basement Broom Hotel. Phones 69 or THREE lota for sale ort Thirty--rirflt atreet, bet-jroen Grant and VS Mhlngton Inquire 1070 South Tenth KaaL Bait Lvx city. p 1338 IJ850 Four room frame hom-e, light, water, summer kltchan. also 1W good land, water right,. C80 Screnth atrfret. By Owner. J TOU WANT six roomn, bath. totleU ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 8 May 1920

I I Saturday, may 8, i92o. ' 5br Aarii-Examterr ' , - ocAH . Jfl iMay Festival Held at School j Friday Evening; Board I J Members Present j J Three hundred persons witnessed the Maj- Festival of the Lewis Junior high school Jast night and tho atfnir was a decided success from start to finish, according to may who attended I Among those present wero Dr. E. I. I Rich. R. H. Hodge, of the board of ed- I 1 ucation and Supt. W. Karl Hopkins. I Tho program was as follows: I ! "Trumpeter's March," "Reign of I f Roses" Orchestra. I ' "The Call of the Wild," (Exerp) I ! Jules HullleL I "Biddv's Troubles" Erma Millar. I J "The "Shower" Girls Gleo club 1 "The Rival Speakers" Floyd Pace 1 j and Allan Hampton. I j "How the Camel Got His Hump" I Evelyn Jackson, 1 "Seein' Things at Night" Marlowe I Halverson. I Intermezzo, "Cavalleria Rusticauua 1 Stacie Burke and thrco violins. I "The Mixed Poem" Everett Bell. I "A Call on the Butcher" Loretta 1 ! Call. , rtJ I "Wakln' the Young'ins" "Love s Old ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

H Fiftieth Year-No. 115. OGDENCITyT UTAjTsUNDAY MORNINgTmAY 9, 1926. : PRICE, FIVE GENTS I 0. S. ACCUSES UTAH-IDAHO SUGAR COMPANY A A A A A 4.4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 b TURK TREATY WOULD STOP CRUELTIES m, a A .A. fli A . A PflGT RECEIVED . ITIIiTQi; Conversions to Islam Since 1914 Must Be Annulled, j Document Says j PROTECTION OF WEAK j PEOPLES IS OBJECT Right to Search for Lost Per sons in Private Houses Demanded AVASHJNGTON, May S. (By the Associated Press.) Provisions safe guarding the rights of minority popu lations inako up a largo portion of tho Turkish treaty of peace. A summary of. the treaty, which will be handed to the Turkish delegation in Paris Tues day,' was received here today. fourteen articles of the treaty are devoted to protection of . the Arme nians, Greeks and' other minority populations which under the pact will remain within the new boundaries of Turkey. In general these articles fol- Idw the lines of tho treaty of June 'J8, 1019, between tho allied powers ' and Poland ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 9 May 1920

I i 1 . -it H 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAYMAY 9,. 1920. H 1 ! Three more links will be added to our chain of stores through the opening of three new stores in Salt Lake J next Saturday. This will be of benefit to every Skaggs? : patron no matter where located. Each added store in I creases our buying power and lowers our overhead " expense which enables us to make you prices at a still I . greater saving, f SOME OGDEN PRICES mm " : POME JA1 CHEAP ! Flour is scarce and we arej Our stores have a quantity ! 1- finding difficulty keeping it! of pure apricot and sugar ' in stock. So far we have sucJ iam r preserves packed in 1 , i . , .i No. 2 tins and contains 26 i :t ceeded m keeping the price, , . , , . . r. i i ounces net weight. 1 nis is much below what most cheaper lhan sugar and the j dealers ask. quality is unexcelled. ". 434b. sack High i 0c can Apricol Jam. .45c Patent ... .$3.25 cbn bmall rruit Jam. 29c . ,, ' , Tt. i 45c jar Small Fruit Two 48-lb. sacks High r oo t ,...

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