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Good Things for the Table Offerings of the Market HouseholdHints
HIE BEE: OMAHA, SATmiUY. MAttClI 4, HUH.
CHEAP IN FEW WEEKS
Gardem in Louisiana Riot of
Bloom and Plentiful Crop
FIFTY CENTS A BOX NOW
"Strawberries at 15 cents a box three
weeks from now."
Doesn't that sound like the real har
Wnger of soring. Those are the words
of the manager of one of the bin Omaha
"The strawberry gardens of Louisi
ana are a riot of blooms now, he said.
"The crop hasn't been as early or as
promising In years. Three weeks hence
strawberries will be extremely plentiful
and cheap. The strawberries now on the
market are from Florida. They are of
good flavor and CO cents a box. ,
"'Florida potatoes are here. These are
"?T"red tuber and they are of fine quality
and 10 cents a pound.
'Teas are here from Florida, fine,
fweet, riisp and with an aroma as they
have when freshly picked from the vines.
"Wax beans and string beans, also from
si nny Fiorma are of superfine quality.
Plenty of Lettuce.
"IIaqiI lAtnf rmit lftrvfl. well- !
I'l'-ached heads are on the market In
plenty. Fancy cucumbers from the Illi
nois and lo-a hothouses are selling
Bt & cents each, and fine tomatoes are
becoming rather plentiful.
' Rhubarb from the nearby hothouses Is
forcing the California article somewhat
from the market and you can get a
Mg bunch of the succulent stalks for
If you hne a taste for French endive
they II cost you Just $1 a pound now.
These are the genuine imported article
and BO cents of the price Is put there
by the war, because Imported endives
in the days of peace aold In Omaha at
40 cents a pound. Domestic endives are
plentiful at a nickel a bunch.
I "Very fine tangerines or "kid glove
" oranges," are on the market, sweet and
of fine aroma.
.The first bf the Cuban pineapple to
ich the Omaha market this spring ar
rived-, this week. They are extra fine.
"The eKg market is tumbling; as the
recent warm weather had its effect on
Madame Hen and she poured a perfect
avalanche of her 'frulf upon the publ,
counters." Presbyterians Name
Same Officers for
the Sunday School
Moat of the officers of the First Pres
byterian Sunday school were re-elected
for another yesr at the annual meeting'
of the officers and teachers Thursday
evening, following a dinner at the Young
Women's -Christian association.
Complete organisation was effected for
tarrying on the enlarged work of the
Sunday achdofltt the -new" chorch Quar
ters at Thirty-fourth end Farnam streets.
The new parish house will goon be fin
ished, and will be used for the first time
on March 28 for church services and the
It waa reported at the annual meeting
that the school finances and membership
prospects are In better shape than ever
before. A canvasa of the new church's
neighborhood Is now being made to in
terest persona not now belonging to any
Officers as elected for the new year
beginning April 1, are as follows:
Superintendent. Frank E. Clark, re
elected; assistant, Mrs. Alex Hodge; sec-
etary. H. O. Ross, re-elected; treasurer.
George Scott, re-elected; missionary
treasurer. Miss A. B. Mills; assistant sec
retary. Miss Ethel Ketcham; librarian,
W. D. Patton, re-elected; pianist. Miss
Nellie Watson, re-elected; chorister. Dr.
W. O. Henry; orchestra leader, E. H.
Packard; department superintendents:
Primary, Mrs. J. II. Morton, re-elected;
home and elementary, Mra. C. L. Shook,
re-elected; junior. Miss Elizabeth Klewlt,
re-elected; missionary, Mra. M. II. Black
well; temperance. Mrs. W. W. Berry;
cradle roll, Mrs. J. D. Fundham.
Leading Lady in
College Play is
Sick With Mumps
The fact that the Wading lady of their
play. Mlia Florem-e Weller. Is confined
to hrr home wtlh the mumps Is causing
th Ucllevu college prtps to redouble
their work on the play, which they will
present In the college gymnasium March
8, entitled "A Bachelor's Romance."
Janice Bets has taken Miss Welter's part
end will work It into shapo so that If
l ho leading; lady does not recover in time
for the performsnce, the understudy will
be able to fill her place.
nree rehearsals a week are being held
by Prof. Edwin L. Tuls. The parts are
memorized and worked Into excellent
aliape already and dress rehearsals will
soon be Instituted.
Omaha Macaroni Co.
Adds to Its Plant
Among the msny thriving manufacture
lug companies of Omaha Is the Omaha
Macarront company. This company oc
cupies the three-story building at 1
Farnam street, and has 5,6no feet of floor
space. This building Is now being com
pletely renovated and a considerable
amount of new equipment la being In
ktalled In order to take care of the rap
Idly increasing business.
The officers of this company are:
Henry Anderson, president; Tony Man
giamell, vice president; John B. Brlabln,
treasurer; Camelo Manglamell, secretary.
WITNESS CAUSES MIRTH
IN COURT BY HIS ANSWER
A witness in a boxcar robbery case In
federal court before Judge T. C. Munger,
t"sV-K questioned regarding the character
7 a certain man connected with the
"What is the reputation of thia man
in the community for truth and verac
ity?" asked the attorney, Harry B Fle
liSrtr "Well," said the witness, "he's a horse
And the bailiff had a hard time reittor
lng order In the court room
Lent Will Soon
As the lrnten season rolls around once
more, the housekeeper Is Interested ti
meatless cookery and In dishes that will
add variety, to the dally menu. Here
are some that are well worth trying;
Four cupfuls bread crumbs, two eupfuU
milk, one-half cupful cheese cut In small
pieces, nalt and pepper.
Heat bread crumbs and milk. When hot
add cheese, and season to taste with salt
and pepper. Remove from fire and stir
until cheese Is melted.
One pound dried peas, one large onion,
two tanlespoonfuls butter, buttered bread
tyumbs, white sauce, grated cheese.
. toak reaa several hours and then boll
until tender. Peel onion and chop flno.
Fry to a pale brown In butter. Mix
with peas, which have been well drained,
and turn Into a buttered baking dish.
Pour over enough white sauce to over
the surface. Sprinkle with crumba and
grated cheese, dot with tiny bits of
butter and brown In a hot oven for a
RAKED BEAN SOVP.
One quart baked beans, one cupful
strained tomatoes, one onion, two quarts
water, three tablespoonf ula butter, three
lauiespoonruis riour, salt and pepper.
Cook beans, tomatoes, sliced onion and
water until beans are soft. Put through
a strainer. Melt butter, add flour and
cook a few minutes, then add gradually
the rest of the soup. Season to tsitte
with pepper and salt. Heat to boiling
point and herve.
Cl'RItlED FISH FIAKEs!
One tnblesnonnfiil flnelv rhnnj ni,i.
two tablespoonfuls flour, two tahlespnon-
mn t:urry powner. TWA taNMnnnnfiili
butter, one-miarter tenannnnrnl r,.,.,ii, .
one cupful milk, two cupfula fish flakes!
Melt butter and cook onion In It until
softened and yellowed; add flour, curry
powner ana paprika and stir until frothy:
add milk and stir until boiling; add fish
Pure Leaf Lard, 10
Pig Pork Loins, Fresh,
I'oreouarters Snrlno- T.imh. iiaz
1-resh Dressed Chickens laHo
Steer Pot Koast loo, IUO
Voung Veal Koast 11 Uo
Younir Veal Chops... 1410
Pig Pork Roast lOHo
Pig Pork Hutts imlo
Mutton Chops 14V0
DriniutTom 9 to 10 P. M. Sib. pall Pure Lar too
Deliveries to all part of the oity. Mall orders filled at aoe.
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Woolworth 5c and 10c Store.
1 jt'a i:-wk I
f ei)T u j I
Made in Omaha by the Omaha Macaroni Co.
vMi&WSm 1005 Farnam Street .mmrnmrnmrnm
Made right, tastes right and is right. . Every pack
age guaranteed as represented or money refunded.
THE FOLLOWING LIST OF
1 .1ST OP; GROCERS OMAHA.
Addy. W. J.. 860 N. lth. Web. U31.
Altman, Julius, 117 N. 24th, Doug. 240.
Anderson, A., 1711 N. 2Uh. Web. 2271.
Banardo, Joe, 2817 Douglas, Har. 1213.
UaJtlan, Jac., 2908 Farnam, Har. 608.
Bee Hive Uro.. 822 N. lth. D. 1034.
Bengen, Joe, 1428 8. lth. Tyl. 1840W.
Bnrcuitt U ft Co., 31t0 Ames Ave.,
Berkowlts, J. 1S01 N. 24th. Web. 850.
Bernstein Conn, 2501 N. 24th. Wib.
Bichel. H . 28th and Dodge. It 3109.
Boston Market, 118. N. 16th, D. 1088.
Bursteln & Rlmerman, S724 N. 16th,
Hyerly. 8., 1222 N. 24th. Web. 2088.
("avanaugh. P., 1502 N. 18th, Web. 12&8.
Christiansen. E., 402 Woolworth Ave.,
t'ilnes Bros., 1524 Vinton, Doug. 1885.
dowry Court Orocery. 1 Chicago.
Crounse, J. P., 24 N. Wth. Doug. 147S.
1 ilitefano, H , 124 Woolworth Ave.,
lirelfuss. Julius, 20th and Farnam,
lionomy. Ftore No. 2. 222 Leaven
worth, Tylsr 1183.
Farnam Oro., 2661 Famam, D. 2702.
fank. A.. 621 8. 18th. Doug. 2181.
Frana. W. A., 2018 Farnam. Doug.
FrUch. Sam. 1122 B. 20th. Doug. (24.
Oalomblck'a Oro.. 214 H. 20th, D. 1895.
Oladstone Bros., 1 8 1 H Farnam, D. 268.
JMenburre Orocery, 1412 N. 24th.
tlollware. B 2621 N. 16th. W. 87JG.
Ilagelin. F., 1837 N. 24th, Web. 2888.
litinnegan A Co., 2112 Ieaven worth,
Ilarmel, 8.. 202S N. 16th, Web. BOS.
Ilayden Bros., Douglas 2600.
;iermanek. 1812 William. D. 4853.
' Jlibbler Co., 2312 Vlntop, Doug. (66.
Hme Gro. Co., 208 N. lUth. W. 218.
Howell. W. II'.. 2610 Leavsnwortb.o
: : -4-
flakes, mix and let stand to become hot.
crve with hot boiled rice.
One pln chestnuts (before shelllnaV
me cupfui milk, one small onion, two
aMespoonfuls butter, salt and perper,
Remove sheila from chestnuts and boll
n water for ten minutes, then drain
ind remove skins. Cook them In the milk,
to which the chopped onion and aalt and
pepper has been added, for half an hour.
Then drain, saving the milk, mash and
rub the nuts , through a colander. Sea
son with one tnblespoonful of the butter
and salt and pepper to taste. Add three
tablespoonfuls of the milk. In which the
chestnuts were stewed. Put mixture In
a buttered baking dish, rover with bread
crumba and dot with smalt pieces of the
remaining tablespoonful of butter. Brown
in a hot oven for a few minutes.
EGOS AU ORATTN.
Blx hard rooked eggs, one and one
half cupfuls white sauce, one-fourth cup
ful stale bread crumba, one-half cupful
Remove shells from egga and cut In
quarters lengthwise. Place. In a buttered
baking dish and sprinkle grated cheese
between the layers. Pour white sauce
over the eggs, cover with crumbs, sprin
kle with cheese and brown In the oven.
F1PH FLAKES WITH OREEN PEPPER
One and three-fourths cupfuls fish
flakes, one small green pepper, one cup
ful milk, two tablespoonfuls butter, two
tablespoonfuls flour, one teaspoonful
finely chopped onion, bit of bay leaf,
sprig of parsley, salt and pepper.
Cut a slice from the stem end of the
pepper, remove every seed and parboil
fifteen minutes. Bcald the milk with the
parsley and bay leaf. Cook the onion In
the butter three minutes, add flour, cook
a few mlnutea and then add milk, salt
and pepper. When thickened and smooth,
add fish flakes and pepper cut Into nar
row strips. Heat thoroughly. Serve with
brown bread sandwiches.
lbs. for 98c
Hot Frozen. ... 11 7-8c
Steer Bliloln Steaks .
Armour's 8 tar Hams
. ..-, o
No. 1 Swift's Winchester Bacon 1M0
Sugar Cured Bacon UH
Oysters, no water, quart 30o
U3 South lflth St. Tel. D. tt30"
. K 'OOP tUtwfll nMi!t t
OM THE MAE&E
It your it not in this list, speak to
Humpurt, H., 1806 8. 16th, D. 1086.
Johnson. K. K 6301 N. 14th. Col. 260.
Johnson, Tom, 2002 LeJc. Web. 1676.
Jourdan, D. J.. 1701 Vinton. D. 2675.
Kattleman Son. 18th and California.
Kelly. I... 202 Franklin. Web. 681.
Klrby Wbltten, 4102 Hamilton, Wal.
Kirk, J. E. 2702 Fort. Col. 861.
Koutna V Sloup, 1241 8. 16th, Doutf.
Kronstedt. O. 1506 Park Ava, H. III.
Kulakofsky. 1844 8. lOtb, D. 1268.
Kuucl Co., 2701 8. 10th, Doug. T867.
Kupplg, J. H 4702 N. 10th.
Ie Lee, 1706 N. !8d, Web. 6124.
Malllson, Chaa., 202 8. 17th, D. 1114.
Marks Bros., 2201 Military Ave
Marks, K., 24th and California
Marquardt. 122 H. 10th, D. 2710.
Melc'tiar. a., 1K04 Center, Doug. 7611.
MeiiHlk Shavilk, 2i04 8. lltli, Tyl.
Meverson. H . 3001 Haskell, Har. 6i07.
Morgan. U. 2826 Douglas, Har. 2107.
Mulflnger, 1502 8. 24th. D. 4165.
Murphy A Snyder. 2165 N. 18, W.7802.
NanfHo. Tony. 1101 tf. 13th, D. 6300.
NalNon, John Bon, 2565 Leavenworth
Oliver. F. J . 1028 8. 10th, Doug. 8t8.
Tardun Jb Bipple. 1828 N. 24th, Web.
Pattavlna, 1836 8. 13th. Tylsr 1111
I'aulaon, (6th and Center, Wal. 831.
Paxton. 10th and Hl' kory. D. ISO.
Peoples' Market, 2811-11 Cuming,
Petersen. A., 1118 N. lth. Web. T12.
Plrrocello. Joe. 1211 H. 16th.
Pros, F. J., 4013 8. 13th. Doug. 4kT0.
publln Market, 1(10 Harny, Doug.
Reuben, 2422 Sherman Ave., W, 620.
Itesnlchek, John, 2711 Leavenworth,
Rife. Mra. J., 848 8. 24th, Doug. 1100,.
Blseman, 8., 2213 Cuming. D. 103.
Konan, Wm., 3701 tiold, Har. f.
Knaen, John. 2737 Davenport.
Rosenthal, 8., 1(11 Leavenworth,
Roas. Ceo.. 4420 N. 24th. tel. 402.
Rosh. (leorge. 2711 N. 24th.
Hudloff. W., 2(28 N. l(th, Web, 1144.
Sautter. W. II.. 2701 B. 10th.
MACARONI CO. Street
The Pcrfert Day" fs the
day when you work in har
mony with law. Health
comes from Harmony. Get
in harmony with Nature's
laws by eating; Shredded
Wheat, a simple, natural,
elemental food which supplies
the greatest nutriment with
the least tax upon the digest
ion. Try it for breakfast with
hot milk or cream. Delicious
with sliced bananas or other
fruit. Made at Niagara Falls,
Home Made .
Made Clean . ..
Baked Clean ; : .'.
3 Auto 8 AVaon Delivering.
One Trial Will . '
convince you it should be on
We handle a complete line.
They are guaranteed tq give
satisfaction. . .
J. D. CREW
BAKETtY, GROCERY. MEATS
83d and Arlxir Hts.
Harney WJ7. Harney lOOO.
THE OMAHA BEE
-THE HOME PAPER
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him about it or telephone Douglas
Brhulti,, 4144 leaven worth. W.
8clinaubr Huffman. 408 N.
iKnig. 14 20.
Schneider. J. J . 1242 8. 13th.
etella. E. M., 4038 Hamilton, Wal. 717.
rihaw, 2123 Military Ave.. W. 12.
6haw, C. F. Oroc. Co., 1111 lark Ave.,
Slegel, E., 1724 Dorcas, Doug. 4718.
Slobodlnsky. 1164 N. 20th. W. 62B8.
Slutxky, 1215 Leavenworth. II. 504.
Bmlth, Anna, 107 B. 4th. D. 4784.
Btarnmer Bros.. 2703 B. loth, U. 8644.
HttHk, 4134 (iraiwl Ave.. Col. 269.
elteln. H., 158 N. 24th, Web. 1875.
Bwlsert. M. W., 1923 Clark, Web. XX7.
Thorson, C 1438 N. Huh, Web. 1074.
Tucktnan Bros., 261 li and Davanpor
Vance, 8701 Ainea Ave., Col. 318.
Vom Weg. 2121 lavnn worth, I . 1175.
Wallace, W. K, 27ini Lake, Web. 67-2.
Welner, B.. 2028 Clark, Web. 6109.
Welnateln ureenberg. 208 N. ltith,
Whltohouaa Orocery. 1103 Sherman
Ave.. Web. 71.
Wllke-Mltchell Co.. 40th and Far
nam, Har. 284.
Wlsler, 4(181 I-aven worth, WaU SrUl.
Wnhlner, H'.. 6144 N. lth, Col. 321.
Wohlner, I 622 S. 16th. Doug. 14114.
Wohlner & Isenstat, 606 B. 16th,
Toung. F. A.. 6218 N. J4th.
Zelv, Louis, ZJii Caltrornla, liar. 217.
SOUTH OMAHA LIST.
Bantola 4k McNeil. 2d and P., Bo. 22.
Bernstein. I , Slith and V., Su. 73.
Bogats, F.. 6106 8. 21st, So. lOfi'l.
Burs. M.. 6203 ti. 20th. So. 201.
Drlml Urol., 2010 W . Bo. 987.
Injhnoff, II , 2703 U , So. 1319.
Fogul. 201 Q, Ho, 308.
1 KSITA V -A i.VVr.'. EL
vsxTfe--V' f 1 1 I' I M '.'.. III!
Hotter Crocerlea for Money.
HOH X. 10th St., all phonr D.
4i lh. for
We guarantee this Hour to
give absolute satisfaction or we
will refund your money In full.
We place on sale 600 sacks at
this loss than wholesale price.
17 lha. lleet Pnre f -1 ((
Sugar, for aJjleUVJ
with every grocery order
amounting to $2.00.
Strictly Fresh Country Eggs. prr
Idlewlld. Meadow Gold or lia
rlem nutter, lb fl-lr
Old Dutch Cleanser. I cans, Ti&
10 bara lenox-Hoap. 25l'
2Cc can Ktpe Olives. ...... 1 It
4 10c Pkga. Macaroni 2Tt
4 lb. 10c Head Ktoe 25
K 10c rolls Toilet Paper 2
5 6e boxes Matches IfH
S5c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 20c
. mm Fine Sweet Corn. June
Pcaa or Kraut 1f
selected Picnic llama, lb. 124
26c pkg. Rolled Oats 18
1 I. o narl U'hlK flint n ""tk
1 " ' o . ... . . . - , ,
2 lba. Best Pure lrd 25c
Grape Nuta or Shredded Wheat.
per pkg Ilr
2Tc Rumford Raking; Powder 2Cl
fc-Sill na T .onion Extract fl
60c lb. can Hershey Cocoa. .35
We Sell Electric Light Olobea.
Full qt. Jars Apple Hutter. .20
Mall order filled from thU ad.
Write for complete price Hat and
stifrar offer fo 1'eeg .
ASK FOR AND OCT
THI HIOHEST OUAUTT
st raoi ricipi toon rait
SKINNER M FS. CO., OMAHA, U.S.A.
LASSIIT MACARONI FACTORY IN AMERICA
A Good Sunday
b eboaoii from h offrlnfft
37 1 1
Oreen A Berry, 24th and M-. So. 1.
liakenliols Metro, 2811 g, Bo. 690.
Haxuka, Joe, 664 B. 10th. Bo. 1331.
Jensen, Christ, 3614 B. 24th. Bo. 10.1.
JuIIuh, J.. 6645 B. list.. Ho. 1(21.
London. L-. 6620 8. 80th, Ho. 1196.
Mushkln, It., 453 8. 24th. Bo. 211.
1'hvhIbm. John. 6140 S. 24th, Bo. 145.
Plnln, Thus., 4732 B. 3th.
runic, H, 6214 B. 21st, So. 1(80.
Siheiier. II, 43ni H. 24th, Ho. 146.
Srhrailer, Henry, 4128 H. 24th, Bo. 316.
Smirk & Hrdllcka. 27th and L. Bo. 47l.
niiomas, P. J., 6208 8. 24th, 8o. 8778.
Vachal. V. Co.. 1302 ti.
WaMace. Win., 6107 B. list. 80. 1SR0.
Wdlsh (Jrocery Co., 4706 B. 14th, Bo.
COUNCIL BLUFFS LIST.
Bartel & Miller. 100 W. Broadway.
Bell 'Mh irorery, 104 10. Broiulway.
BruwiM'il. A., 2101 W. Broaday.
Hu ll, Leo. 1615 High,
"ireey, L., 12 Broadway.
Hesslon. K. 211 E. 13th Ave.
lli n lrliknen & Brunke, 1600 High.
Johnson, Bastian. Kill Ave. C.
Kinliilf. I... 2'iou ih Ave.
Mitchell, K. B., 932 6th Ave.
mens. W. F.., 611 ti. 21st.
Peoplea' Dept. btore. Ill W. B'aay.
Petrratm, H l'., 926 V.. Broadway.
Public Uroi ery, 1018 W. Broadway.
Helnhuld, l-ed, 1 0()0 W. Broadway.
Hnkti. Phil. r,on 8. 16th.
Kwmiio.ii. i:imer W.. 911 Ave. D.
Tnlbott. Mrs. )., 85 Benton.
Tholl, peter. 622 H. Mstn.
BFNSON. NEB.. LIST.
Alford i.loodln, 6123 Main.
FLOBEN'CK, NEB.. LitiT.
NlrbulHoii, Mrs. John.
I't'oplfa' Store. .
16 If DODGE
Read Hay den's Big Extra Special
Grocery, Butter, Eggs, Cheese and
Canned Goods, Fruits and Vege
table Sale for Saturday.
It's Quality Goods at a saving of
15 to 60V.
16 lb, beet rare OranalatM (rare
l-lh. vacks bent .ftlsrh Orade Dia
mond H Mou.- nothing finer for
bread, plea or rakes, sack ... .91.40
4 pkss.' bt iHimestlc Macaroni,
Vermicelli or Spaghetti ISO
i large rana Condensed Mtlk...ieo
8 small cans Condensed Milk.. '.Wo
. cans Oil or Mustard Sardines lto
1-lh. cans Aasorted.Soup ..0VO
The best Soda Crackers, lb. To
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkg So
Comb Honey, per rack IBo
Knncy yueon Olives, otiart 85o
82-oi. lata Pure Krult Preiervea ISO
(lallun cane Golden Table Syrup Mo
l,art bottles Worcester Hauce, Pma
Tomato Catsup, Pickles assort!
kinds, or Horseradish, bottle.. BViO
Mact.aren'a Peanut Butter, lb. HHo
Tall cana Alaska Salmon loo
Yesat l-Viam, pkg .So
6 lbs. cholne .lainn Rice So
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Coin.
8 lbs. best Rolled White Breakfast
atm al aso
10 bare Beat-'Em-AII, Diamond C or
Laundry Queen White Laundry
10 bars Pearl White I-eundry Soap
7 bara Electric Spark Boap 8 Jo
The beat Tea IHftlnge. lb HHe
Hlrshey'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb... 300
Meat Prices That Will Interest
KB AT QUALITY
1 Fresh Pork Loins lSo
1 Steer Pot Boast ... lOo-lBio
Steer Rib Boiling Beef..BHO
Fresh Spare Ribs He
Fresh Pork Chops 14e
Steer Round BtJt 16e
Bulk Sauaaae 80
V lbs. Best Leaf Lard IU
Freeh Dressed CM,kens at Wholesale Prtcea.
Try HA YDEN'S, First
IS YOUR BILL FOR TABLE SUPPLIES
LARGER THAN YOU EXPECTED?
Irat Tba4 a Btlr Thine; on the Crodtt PIm! raj a Taa Ga la tae
Cask aai Jor FUb ai
The Basket Stores
Faw PBint LIST laat oat Cie It as 4 Trt Taaraalf Prom Credit,
Hlfk Prtea Boadagtt, HOW. Every Daj SOO lUmt Lower Tdab
Aay Omaha Grooer, .
Bnlder's Boap, 16-os. pan Te
Snlder's Boup. 11-os. can Oe
12 lba best white or yellow Corn
Meat, Met 6-lb. sack ; .' Its
88-oa. jar Pure Fruit Preserves, .lie
Horse Radish, lOo bottle Ye
McLaren'a Peenut Butter, lb lie
California Seedless Raisins. b...le
Tea Sifting. 1-lb. pkg lie
Queea Olives, qts., llo; pis. ITe
Fancy BEN DAVIS Applaa, bast
trade, bbL, S2.50 P....25
Karel OrBBfea, tug. 40e grade,
5a vM Orangea, rea;. Mo a;ntde,
doaea ..... ... 230
Tootkpleka, pkg. 8e
Matehea, 8 pags. for Be
Pyramid Boap Powder, lie pkg. .I've
le pkg. eei 1 Pkgs lOe
This article Is absolutely free from
any injurious Ingredients, but pro
duce results equal to any ea the
P. C. Boap, 16 bara ,..2We
Climax Maoaronl, 10c pkg. To; 1
lie eaa Calumet B. Pow, icte
tie Mantle. Inverted or Cap ...16
lie Krtnkl Cora rlakea, e; 1
llo Neetar of Independent Coffee. a
Tip Mines Meat, Bi : pkgs. for , ,e
Table Salt 6c Baek ......a
10c Sack t
lOo can Prtneees Pineapple .....la
10c can Peas or Hominy ....... ..To
Corn Syrup, 10-lb. can , ...3Ta
Corn Syrup. 1-lb, can t..ia
The Tory Beat of life's Hexwafttlea
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Thre kKs. Fresh ajail Crisp Takhoma Iilacult for IO4
Hlrl'tly Krenh and (kisp Ginger Hnnpa, per lb
htrlrtly feeh Mg lUrs, regular VM'c lb., Sal unlay, per lb....!0c
run, Till. With every 31 00 purohase we will give Saturday eaa
lOo admlsslea ticket tu see the great Flay la Motion Vloture (8 reole) THB
vtLLOW raaaroBT. wiu play at thi oajiobst tkxatbb aaaday,
Marok etb, lia reraam Bt-
48-lb. eaok BVBBIBT rXOUB, Batarday 8l.4
40-lb. eaok H BUT A ITT FLOU, Batarday 31.30
W roast our own Coffee daily and save you from 60 to 10a on every
pound. Saturday, good Bio Coffee, (er lb. ., II Vie
Kxtra flti' Tshle Hsll, regular 6c sarku, st 8Ve
BIO VOBX 2.0X1T BOABT) T1I8I, WOT 2BOBEW, Aay QuanUty, lb, lll4e
Big Bork BUouldev Koast, 3 to 3K lb. avsrage, Lb, ,.10o
Bbort Z.egs of Mutton or Lamb, per lb 1310
ghooidsr Boaat of Lamb or Mutton, per lb. , BHe
Lamb Chops or Mutton Chops, per lb 1310
ltmb Hlew or Mutton 4 II. fr , B&o
i'ork Neck Bones, sticltly fresh, 1 Il,s. for 800
Free Lcllvary Lvei ya hore. Mall Orders Filled at Above Prioes.
SLtf The Peoples Market &
PIG PORK LOINS, Fresh, Rot Frozen, 11 7-0c
Pure Leaf Lard. 10 lbs. for 98c
Freah Irsae-1 Chickens
Hteer Pot Roast
toung Veal hoast
Young Veal Chops
pig Pork Mount
Pig I'ork Hutu
From 8 to P. M. Lamb
Deliveries to all parts Of the olty. Mail orders filled at oaee.
PUBLIC MARKET Jff.Bffil7ft
CAN YOU BUY THESE HIGH GRADE WHISKIES
ANY OTHER PLACE AT THIS LOW PRICE? .
We don't believe you oaa la fact, we kaow you oaa'.
Eend tor Free Catalogue Today.
Fancy Golden Santos Coffee, lb. BOO
, fcooa, BOO, BOOS
,The best Strictly Fresh No. 1 Fgira.
nothing finer at any price, aoa. mo
No. 1 Country Creamery Butter, 33o
'ancy Dairy Table Butter, lb.i.aae
2 lbs. good Butterlne .....aso
Fancy Table Butterlne, lb lTV,o
The best, equal to crjamery butter.
, per lb. 13o
rBciax omABToa Aim aavara
rVTt OAX.B HATTTBBAT
Fancy Florida 61 slse Orape Frtilt
that retail at l4o each; Bat-...e
las-iso 81X9 wxonuiwo aiTn
OsVAKQKai a rirula Oo seUsr
rBESX TSOBTalLIl DIB HOT
I BOM TXB QBOWEB TO TXB
COBBtriCBB A BATZItO Ol"
SO TO 100 H CSBT.
As We Advertise, Bo We BelL
16 lba best Red River Potatoes. SOO
1-arsn bunches fresh Beets, Carrots
or Turnips for o
8 Urge bunrhoa Freeh Shsllots r
Badishes for 1
Hunve Grown Turnips, lb. 10
Fsncv California Cauliflower, per
povnd ,....... TVo ,
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb. IBo
Cape Cnd (Cranberries, quart.... loo
Ifancy Head Lettuce, head., Be, fVtjO
8 large Soup Bunches loo
l-'ancy large Cucumbers, each... ISO
Tancv Wisconsin Cabbage, 1B....10
Fancy Ulpe Strawberrlea, boi..Oo
THAT WILL IATI1TT
tHOUO MBAT FEOXAXB BAT,
Armour's Blaf or Bupratoe
No. 1 Picnic Hani
No. t Lean Bai'on. . .......... .
No. 1 Back Bacon
No, 1 Fresh Frankforts
No. 1 Minced Ham
No. 1 hTah Cooked Tongue lb,
Clde Vinegar, 16c bottle ....... T
Cider Vinegar, gal 18e
Tip Catsup, !0c slse lie
Tip Catsup, 6-oa, slse be
Salt White Fish, lb e
Butterlne, 1-lb. rolls ....84e
Butterlne, llo grade ............ .tie
Dry Salt Pork, lb 10
Open Kettle rendered pure Lard, lb.,
llo and .....16
Crlsco, 11.90 slse ........ao
Horse Radish, 10o bottle Te
Tea, lOo quality, lb eft
Shelled Walnuta. lb m
Shelled Pecan .ieat, lb ..an
Bulk Kraut, lb., Ouart. ....ft
Farina Breakfast Food. Ho pkg. .11
Oatmeal, 10a pkg. e
Oatmeal. 26a pkg ..le
Black Ink, lOo 4-oe. bottle Be
We caa save ye saswey FEED,
Crarked Corn, 100 lba. ....... .31.40
, . . .
pneuea corn, ido ids.
Bran, 100 lba ,
Shorts. 100 lbs.
Ksfflr Corn, 100 lba. fi.4T
Oata. per bu ,.31e
lteeiae Cleaalaer Materials.
Light House Cleanser, eaa
(we aoa I nesiiaie u
V. 8. Maid Oil Mops, each Be
Rev Lye, can Te
Lye, American Test, las can
Sweeping Cotnp., lb.. a IT lbs. . VH
Cedar Oil Polish. 81.00 slse, 4VOe 60c
slse, aoi llo else is
10a can Vuloanol or Bnameline
Ammonia, 10a also Te
at Lowf ot Cot Poaalbla Ara Pooad at
Armour's Hiar Hams
130 Small Haim 10SO
14o No. l Pwlft's Winchester Bacon lt4e
14ViO I bugur Cured Bauoit ............ 13H4
Chops, So I roin 9 to 10 P. M. Pail Pure I-ard. 30o
tak'-a home s full quart of B to 10-year old whiskey.
JiiMt as fine ai you wiit to drink, h If our favor
ite liMiid la Ihtu. OLD CBOW, OLD TAT 1.6 B, CXDAB
BIOOK, OBZBM BIVEB, aUCKENKIlHUa, CI.ABX'B
BYE, 8UBMY B BOOK ami ti.
,1'ti'iul iali' now i.n IiihkIi h, Brnn Uoa, WlBs.
S Quart Bottlss Beer, 8?q
18th and CapKol Avenue, Oaiaaa.
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