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'THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1917. '
These Low Price on Groceries and Meats Are Good
for the Following Week
Horn Dress! Spring Chickens, la. .Jle
Cbole Steer Sirloin StesV, Ik ;.,tOc
Round Steak, Jb. ,,.,..20
Shoulder Steak, lb lSc
Choice Steer Shoulder Roast, lb., 15-17'ie
Choice Steer Bib Boiling Beef, lb.....t0
Extra Fancy Veal Roeit. Ib 20c
Lamb Chop, Join or rib, Jb,,,,,,.,30e
v '" groceries
AH Brandi of Creamery Butter, Ib,..44o
Good Oleomargarine, 2.1b. pkg 45c
Best Granulated 8agar, 11 lbe, for. .!K
Extra Fancy Santo Coffee, lb....22',c
Regular tie Coffre. lb 28c
Tea Sittings, per lb...... 15c
Sankiat, Puritan or Bluebell Flour. 4f-IbJ
M tenia Sliced Boiled Ham, lb 41
v fpring Lamb Stew, Ib 80c
extra imn bugar tured Breakfast Bacon
Pr lb, at 42Vi
Extra Fancy Sugar Cured Breakfast
Bacon, per lb , .35 Vie
Fresh Beef Tongua, per lb 25c
Freah Spring Lamb Leg, per lb 28c
Compound Lard, per Jb, ., ...,20c
uk, for , $2.9
Quaker Oata, per pkg 10c
Peaiiat Batter, made while yea wait,
' per lb., at 2e
Advance Pork and Beans, per ean....ltc
Helni New Sauer Kraut, per lb, , ...,1ft
Smalt Herring, each .5c
Koiher Salamie, per lb ,40c
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Estra Fancy Freeiton Alberta Peachea,
per crate, at , $1.10
Extra Fancy Wax or Green Bean, per
large market basket SSc
Large Market Basket Carrot, each. , .30a
Honey Dew Melon, each.. ....25c
Extra Fancy Slicing Cucumben, earn
at .............6c and 7tte
Extra Large Egg Plant, each. ....... .8c
Large Potatoea, per peek. ..45c
Ceorgia Sweet Potatoea. 4 Ibi., for. .28c
Extra Fancy Blackberries, I box,, . ,U
Michigan Celery, pea stalk go
Extra Fancy BsrUett Pearx, bushel, $JS
Extra Fancy Blue Plums, four baskets
to crate, per crate $1M
Concord Bloc Grapes, largo baskets, at,
each ,., ........ .40c
Tokay Crapes, basket .... , ...25e
Brunei Sprout, basket, ...... .15
Vblt our Ice Cream Parlor and Lnch Room, 1c Cream Soda alway fc .
AH country order presnpty attended to. Largest snail order boas la Middle wsst.
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Jlome Scommics J&epartmeiit
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Harriet Ruth's Cooking
Leison 1 Apple Compote,
Harriet Ruth had begged for some
time to go into the kitchen tnd learn
to cook; and her busy mother had
promised that just as toon as she
was tali enough to reach the top of
the gag stove easily she might be al
lowed to try things all by herself.
One morning, as she was taking the
plate of breakfast toast from the
stove, she exclaimed, "Oh, mother,
see how I can reach, I must have
grown just lots this summer when
we were away. Now will you let me
really and truly cook?"
And sure enough, the time had
come when Harriet Ruth could roan
age things on the stove without stand
ing on tiptoe to reach. Mother an-
I ilir ft . c- . I
swereo, very wcit, jicxi aaiuraay
morning you shall begin."
. Next Saturday morning- found a
very excited little girl in the kitchen.
She was wearing a clean apron, one
big enough to cover her completely.
1917 MILK-FED SPRING CHICKENS, LB ... . . 2712c
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS, LB. . . . . . . .', . Mc
Yosng Veal Rout, lb.' ..,.12',c
Young Veal Chop, lb.. ...... .....14',e
Yeang Veal Stew, lb ,...,10tc
Cboie Muttoi Chopi, lb..,,,,,,,,8Vic
Choice Mutton Roast, lb..... lB't
Staer Pot Roast, Ib ........12,c
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb,......,,.l4'i
Steer Porterhouse Steak, lb ..22lc
Steer Boiled Rib, lb.,.. 17V.C
'Extra Less Regular Ham, Ib.....24',
Sugar Cured Hams, lb.,,. 2Se
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb,.... Mg
No. 1 Lean Baeoa, lb .....
From 8 to 0 p. m. Pork Cbopa, Ib. .23c
From to 10 p. m. Lamb Chop, Ib. .10c
FINAL SALE OF GROCERIES '
W will plac th nttr stock of ur prsst g rory department
ale Saturday, to close out before moving to our now ahop on Oct. 1.
2 Sn yeer" Soup ............... 1 2 Ytt
lc eon Monarch Tomatoes, t for... SSc
Ite eaa Miik Hominy, 2 for. ...... .25c
'4-lb.Cns Baker' Cocoa. ,17,4e
24 caai Kidney Beam, I for.. 23
29e cana Pork and Bean, per can..,,12c
Ite Corn Flake, per pkg.. ,10s
Assorted Kamo Soup, per can, . . . . . . .c
Oil Sardines, per ean...,.., 7ti
11 lb. Can Sugar. ............. ..Me
ltc pkg. Spaghetti, S for. .......... .2s
Pkg. Macaroni, S tor ,...25c
2te Calumet BaMng Powder. ...... .19c
IS Roil of Toilet paper, t for 25
1.1b. ean Spice.,., lOe
It Jello. S for ..
IS bottle Grap Juice. ............ Be
44 jara of Jam. ,.24e
44 jara Appla Butter. ............ . 24c
-lb. cam Chase Sanbara Coffe...BSe
44 can Monarch Coffee .....20c
SSa can Palmer Hos Coffee. ..... ,2tc
Golden Santoa Coffee, 2 lb .....35
Blk Navy or Chili Beans, f lb....28c
Choice Rip Peas, I sen. .25c
From t p. m-JMk caa Asparagus
From U It p. mv-40c caa Rip CXIvm
for w,. 14c
40 can Imported French Fea 20c
I (SiiflrflnfAfiflFlAiir I
I UMHIHIIIVVtll IVUI
j L. Rosenblim
Vry 9st Guaranteed Flour
481b. tack, $2.75.
We guarantee this flour to give
absolute satisfaction in erery
way or wt will refund your
money in fulL Made of best Ne
braska wheat Mail orders filled
Write for complete price list
snd sugar offer.
V ' Co-Operation
Readers are cordially invited to
ask Miss Gross any questions
about household economy upon
which she may possibly fire help
ful advice; they are also invited to
give suggestions from their expe
rience that may be helpful to
others meeting the same problems.
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beam the Difference
When you order "just ham" from
your dealer you arc most likely to
get just ordinary ham ordinary jn
quality., and flavor, But you are
certain to get the best if you vviH
simply specify and insist upon Poritan.
f - , . -
The Puritan standard of quality and
taste is so high that only one ham in
ten is selected to bear the Puritan
label. ' '
Ask for Puritan. You'll know then
nrt : t "r.tt
i ne i asie i ens
THE CUDAHY PACKING COMPANY
If your drata
F. W. CONRON. Branch Maaagar,
1321 Jonos St, Omaha. , , "
Phoae Douglas 2401.
Furitaa Ham an! Bacon are tmeksil daily In ur Omaha plaat.
Insuring Iresfc. brishtly smoked meat at all tlaies.
"Oh, pother shall I lighr-the gas
now and begin i"
Mother smiled and said, "Perhaps
we'd better do a' few things first, be
fore lighting the gas. If you had lived
in your grandmother's time, when
kitchen stoves were run with wood or
coal you would have started your fire
firs but a littler twentieth century
girl need not do that. Even before you
decide whatjeou would like to try
there are s few things that you must
'"Have you washed your hands?"
"No?" "Well do that first of all. A
good cook must always be a -clean
After Harriet Ruth's .hands 'were
washed, her mother said "Would you
know how to read a recipe if I should
find one for you?"
Harriet Ruth answered in a hurt
voice, "Of course I an read; you
know that, mother."
"To be sure I do, dear," her mother
said. "What I meant was, can you
read the abbreviations or signs that
you find in a recipe book? Small t
means teaspoon, large T. means ta
blespoon, c. means cup, and any new
cook book means level measurement
is its directinons. The only way to
measure level accurately is to even
off your cup or spoonful with a knife.
Another general thing to remember is
to get all your materials together be
fore you start to cook at all And,
of course, you understand the recipe
thoroughly before ou get out your
materials. Otherwise 'youlll get into
a muddle when your material is cook
ing." "I'll try to remember all you tell
me, mother, but what shall I cook?"
"How would you like to make a
new dessert for dinner tonight and
surprise father? I know a dessert
that he would sper'illy like because
he is.sj fond of apprs.
"Ob, goody! I like apples, too.
What is the dessert?''
Her mother answered, "It isalled
apple compote, and here is the re
cipe written on a card in my recipe
card catalogue:" I
t firm tart apples. Plain or whipped
f c. brewp sugar. cream.
1 c. water. Jelly or raarmalaft.
1 stick cinnamon.
1. Make a syrup of the sugar and
water and boil one minute. Add file
2. Wash, corn and pare the apples.
3. Cook the .".poles slowly in the
syrup till they are tender and clear,
4. Remove apples, to- serving dish
and boil down the syrup.
5. Fill apple centers with jelly or
marmalade and pout! syrup over them
6. Chill and serve with plain or
first of all, Harriet, get all your
materials together and the pan in
which you will cook the apples."
"What can shall 1 use. motherr
"Take the new aluminum pan with
a cover. Ihrt pan is just .arge
enough to hold six apples. If you
choose too large a pan the syrup will
not cover the fruit. ,
'Tan I put the sugar directly into
the pan, motherr
"Yes. the sugar, and water. Stir till
the sugar is partly dissolved, then put
on the hre. Now add the suck of cin
namon, nave the name low so tnat
the svrun will iuit be bottrne when
you have the apples ready. After the
apples are pared they should be -put
Abundance of Good Peaches
"And Pears on Omaha Market
Peaches, excellent peaches, from
Colorado's great crop, have arrived
on the Omaha market in abundance.
You can buy them by the ' bushel
basket, by the box, by the small
bajket, or in lesser quantities. Prices
range from $2 to $2.50 a bushel, and
from $1 to $125 a box.
Pears are here from Colorado and
from California and are of splendid
flavor and quality. Apples are com
ing in in great aboundawe and the
prices are low. The apples are of
many kinds, from crabs and the small
er varieties of cooking apples up to
the big specimens, both cooking and
Sickle pears are here, and the mar
ket men say they have never been
finer. They come from Missouri.
Grapes are at their best now and
1917 MILK-FED SPRING CHICKENS, LB. . . ,272c
CHOICE FOREQUARTERS LAMB, LB. 14c
Steer Pot Roast, lb. 12,
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb 14V,c
Young Veal Roast, lb. 12',e
Young Veal Chops, lb 149c
Young Veal 8 tew, Ib x....10'jc
Steer Porterhouse fittak, lb.. . . ,. .22',
Steer Rolled Rib, lb.... ...Oy,c
Extra Leu Regular Hams, lb 2Sy,c
Sugar Cured Hams, Ib 21c
No. 1 Lean. Bacon, lb.. 3S'iC
Sugar Cured Baeoa, lb. .33e
From S to p. m. Country Sausage,
per lb., at 10c
From V to 10 p. m. Z lbs. Compound
Lard, at . 35c
On October 1 the Grocery Department will come' under new manage
ment, so the present stock will be
CLOSED OUT AT BARGAIN PRICES
Pork and Bean, 2 cans for 25c
lSe Corn Flake 10c
1 dozen Jar Rubber 7 Vic
lSe Jars Pickle 10c
10c Roils Toilet Paper, S for 25c
Lye, 7 cans for....' , ..25c
Fancy Peaches, per basket 20c
Fresh Tomatoes, basket , ...10c
Fancy Pears, basket .....20c
2 lbs. Fancy Grape 15c
SPECIAL MAIL ORDERS ONLY
100 lb. Sugar . . . k.$ 6.99
With 7 lbs. Coffee 2.SS
3 lb. Tea 1. sa
lt lbs. Sugar, with 1 lb. of tea or eoeoa,
for ..; $1.69
t can Tall Salmon .19c
II Sardine, in tomato aanee 10c
tic can Strawberries or Blackberries,
at i 14c
SO eaas Flams.... 19c
ZS Asparagua ....14c
46 Preserve ......24c
46s Apple Butter. 24c
40 Monarch Coffee, per lb 29c
If pkg. Spaghetti or Macaroni. .. .7Vje
He Monarch Corn or S. D. Peas 15c
10 can Tomatoe. ",,..14
Can of Milk . 6c and 12c
16 can Pears. ; 9c
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES
11 Stuth ISth Street
cord grapes arc fine in quality and
come in" various sired baskets. Prices
are now reasonable. The grapes not
fully ripened are also plentiful. These
are intended for preserving and mak
ing Jellies. California grapes are
abundant and sell as low as 10 cents
a pound, though the more usual price
is IS cents.
Melons of several kinds are now
at their best. Watermelons here from
Muscatine, la., are of specially fine
flavor and. quality. Cantaloupes, the
real Rocky Ford variety, are plenti
ful and low in price. Honey Dew
melons arc also a delicacy in this
Vegetables of nearly every kind are
plentiful. Potatoes sell around 40
cents a peck, and sweet potatoes
around S cents a pound.
Squash is here, good squash, sell
ing around 10 to 15 cents each, Green
peas and string beans are still of
good quality, coming from places
farther north. Tomatoes, of course.
are at their best and cheapest. Sweet
are here in great quantities, the Con-lf orn is another good thing to eat
into the syrup as soon as possible or
they will darken. Keep the pan cover
ed while the apples cook and let th
syrup just barely- boil, or they will
not keep their shape.
"How lone should they cook,
"It's hard to say, Harriet Ruth, for
appies airier so in quaniy. .twenty
five or thirty minutes is an average
time, but remember, the apples should
be quite clear in appearance and very
"Mother, what does 'boil down th
"Boiling down means making
thicker, richer syrup. You cook th
syrup without a ilid on the pan so
that the water in the svrun mav evan
orate. The less water there is in syrup
the richer ana sweeter the syrup is.
But don't let the syrup burn while it
i boiling down. You'll have to watch
it orettv closelv. f
"Will we have whipped cream to
.Not tonight, daughter, but some
time you shall make apple compote
for a special occasion and then we'll
serve wnippea cream, xou can matce
a very pretty dish by putting amound
of whipped cream on each apple and
placing a tiny bit of jelly on top of
the cream. JLonight well have the
anolcs in our pretty Rlass bowl and
serve the plain cream sparately in the
(All measures level unless other
Corn Beef Loaf.
Soak corn beef for half an hour in
cold water, then pour off water and
add fresh. Bring it to a boiling point,
then set on the back of the range and
let it simmer for four or five hours,
skimming well. When done take two
of pickled pork, three teaspoontuls of
Drink More Milk
It's eeondmical. Substitute it for
higher priced food. Cot the high cost
of living. Ask for
Alamito Pasteurized Milk
Pur ' through scientific pasteurisation,
rich and fresh. At your grocer' or phone
Douglas 409-Council Bluffs, 205.
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South 1740. ISI E r aw I
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I iVNSLJa- assa-
T TEGETOLE is
, V oar moneyaving:
lo cake, pies and biscuit it
"creams" perfectly, . mixes quickly
and easily and rives most satisfac
tory results. Excellent for all trying purposes.
Vegetote bean the Armour Oval Label,
our mark of first quality. In pails only 4 sizes.
Your dealer can supply jrou.
ROBT. BUDATZ, Mgr.
- 13th and Jonea Sta.. Omaha. Doutlas 10SS.
H. r. LFrvRT3, 2Sth and Q SU,
these days to keep down the high
cost of living. Carrots, turnips, cu
cumbers, green and red peppers are
some of the other good things on
parsley, one-half teaspoonful finely
chopped onion, salt, pepper and cay
enne pepper to taste. Run the meat
through the grinder several times un
til very smooth. Cream all ingred
ients with a quarter-pound of fat from
the meat and break in three eggs, one
at a time. Beat this mixture until
very light. Press the mixture into a
pan and bake forty minutes. Serve
cold and garnish with sliced hard-
boiled eggs and parsley
1 pt milk. 14 t. ealt.
c. cornmeal. 1 c. shredded cocoa-
14 c. flour. . nut.
c. sugar 4 eggs.
Bring milk to a boil in a double
boiler, add cornmeal and flour, mixed
together very slowly. Cook until thick
and smooth. Remove from fire and
add sugar, salt, cocoanut and beaten
yolks, mixing thoroughly. Fold in
stiffly beaten whites, turn into a but
tered dish, place in a pan of hot water
and bake in a rather quick oven half
an hour. Serve immediately.
Prune Salad with Oranges.
Soften a dozen choice prunes in
cold water over night, and bring to
the boiling point, cooking slowly.
Keep them very hot without boiling,
utitif tender. Then cool and drain the
fruit. Split the prunes and remove
stones, and cover with the cut pulp
of two oranges and one lemon, re
moving the fiber from both. Sprinkle
with snlit almonds, and serve each
portion with a spoonful of cream salad
4 qts. or S lbs. t lbs. sugar.
quincea 1 qt. water.
Pare, ouarter and core the quinces.
Boil the fruit in clear water until ten
der, but not broTcen. Drain carefully.
Make a syrup of the sugar and water
by boiling twenty minutes. Put in the
fruit and let simmer one-hall nour.
Put in sealed ticht iars. The parings
and cores may be used for jelly. This
amount will make approximately six
CORNED BEEF AC GRAT1N.
114 T. butter. 2 c. cold cooked
T. flour. cornea Deer, cui in
c, milk. email cubes.
Bait and pepper. V c. chopped celery.
Onion Juice. Buttered crumbs.
Make a white sauce of butter, flour
and milk, and season to taste with
salt, pepper and onion juice. Add
meat and celry. Pour into individual
ramekins, cover with buttered crumbs
and brown in the ' oven. Mother's
Select a good sized citron, cut in
half-inch slices, neel and remove
seeds, then cut in small pieces and
weigh. To one pound of ffuit add
three-fourths pound ot sugar, rut
in the preserving kettle, cover with
water, cook slowly tor about tnree
hours or until the fruit is tender ajid
the svruo thick. About half an hour
before removing from the stove add
two lemons, sliced very thin, witn
seeds removed. Put in air-tight jara
Peel a couple of tomatoes and slit
into four pieces. Cut them into small
dice and fry them with a little fat un
til nearly done, adding salt and pepper
to taste. Beat the eggs, yolks and
whites separately, then together, mix
the tomatoes with them and cook in
omelet pan or on greased skillet.
DICED IJVER. V
1 lb. liver. Salt and pepper.
1 lb. bacon.
Cover the liver and bacon with wa
ter and simmer gently (do not
boil),ior two hours, or until perfectly
tender. Take from the fire, drain off
all water, and cut the meat into small
pieces. Return these to the fire and
cook for ten minutes, season with salt.,
and pepper, mixing freely that all may i
brown evenly and lightly.
Serve on strips of toast, moistened
in the liquor in which the meat was
cooked. Chili or Worcestershire sauce
should be served with this dish, which
is intended for breakfast or supper.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
Note The Savings You RJaEte
Our carry ia way plan has saved the marketing; public many dollars.
for by the customer, whether it shows on the bill or not.
Remember the so-called free delivery is paid
- -. Paars '
Fiat Wasatatton Bartlett, baa. . . , ,J.20
Italian, 4-besket crat. $1 .SO
Wrap) Cat. Elberta Poach. ... . .aSc
fin Elberta Peach , SUO
Celery, Cucumbers, Ptpper, Iff Plant,
etc- at all store.
Cabbage, per lb. . . . . . , . . ".. .2c
Pea cake Flaur, pkg ,13e
Farina, large pkg ., 19c
Kriept, a splendid Corn Flake. 7 ei.
Krumbl, pkg. , lie
Chewiag Cum, nearly all brands
3 for 0c
Economy, a splendid healtk flour, 4-n.
sack ; ,. .SS.SS
Tip Braai, aeUllag better jallM, 44-lb.
Cold Meaai, 44-lb. aack!.!!.'!''!i:$3!2t
PW, Vtaegar. a aploaaU auaUty. selling
i?rEJt,'" yrr i'n aac
SUGAR Best granulated, 10-lb. pkg. 90c
Yaal Foam, 3 for. ,....IOc
A good Washboard....... 29c
$1.00 also Liquid Veneer, .....SSc
Mint TeotKpkka, pkg.,.,.. 4e
Tacka, carpet, 8c pkg 4c
Thraa Urge roll Caab Habit Toilet Pa-
tjTaa liaaa Talcani Pewderja'rga'cen'iec
Lipton' Tea, 1 lb. .73c
Uncolered Japan, lb 46c
Hominy, ean ....10c
Peas, Pick of th Pack, caa 13c
PumnklB. Emus, ran .............11c
Kaiaiaa. seediest, pug iec
Fancy Jap Rice, Ik. . .
Fancy Head Rice, lb.
Salt. 14-lb. bag
. .S-lb, Sc; 3-lb. bag, 2 for ..So
Balboa or Mission Sardines, caa 10c
Tall Red Alaska Salmon, caa. ...... .2SC
Catsup, Snider or Blue Label
SOAP Whit - Borax, Naphtha,
Whit or Electric Spark, bar for.
Diamond C Soap, 7 bar. .
Palm Olive, bar...'. 11c
Cocoanut Oil, Pumice or Tar, bar 4c
Tip Baking Powder, 1-lb. can. . .... . .ISc
PRIZE WINNING CAKE baked with this
Baking Powder at th Stat Fair again,
Tate ia th fourth time.
Fela Nanhtha. bar. . .
Star or P. ft G. Naphtha, 3 bare for.
The Club of U. S. Officials 1
v Strikes Bad Grocery Accounts
Washiagtaa, Sept I8v Une (tend
ing grocery accaanta are t be attacked
by the food administration,
"Th wast and lee from this credit
vtt caa hardly be over-estimated.'' said
an administration statement tonight,
announcing that 40,000 traveling sales
men for wholesale g racar aad food Jab-
hers would be enlisted in a campaign
for economy f food and energy in th
grocery business. The eeleamen will
seek to persuade retailer to shorten
their credits and wholesaler will follow
th same pel icy for retail dealers.
Unnecessary grocery delivery service
also will be discouraged to release men
for th army and war industries.
'Vlb. Pink Salmaa !3c
Small Yacht Club Salad Dressing. ... 12o
J. M. Table Sauce, bottle 9c
Skinner' Macaroni and Spaghetti,
Kumford r Calumet Baking Powder, 1-lb.
Hershey'a Chocolate Milk r Almond
CHOCOLATE. Premium Tip, Yi cak.lc
W. H. Baker's, t cake...-. 21c
Soda Fairwdght, pkg. 7c
Jar Ring, best heavy, doi..... 7c
Sal Soda, 10', bs ,2Sc
Pyramid Washing Powder, small pkg. .4c
Large 28c pkg lc
Com, Everready, can 13c
Pork and Bean, Snider, 1-lb. cap... 14c
Tomatoes, 2-lb. can 14c
Ammonia, large bottle. ,8c
Britt'a Powdered Ammonia, pkg...... 8b
Parson' Extra Strong Ammonia, bot.l3e
SOUP Ready made, can. .......... ,11c
Snider1, email ..12c
Snider', tall .ISc
Tip Spices, nearly all regular 10c pack
age, our price Sc
j MEAT DEPARTMENT
' " Quality Ftret
Beef Tenderloin, whil they last SSc
Steer Rib Boil... 12c-14c
Steer Pot Rout..... 15c-17c
Steer Rib Steak , 21c-23c
Steer Rib Roaat 19c-21e
Steer Shoulder Steak .lBc-21
Staer Round and Siriom Steak. ..22c-24o
Steer Porterhouse Steak. , 28c-2Bc
Full Cream Wisconsin Cheese ..30c
LARD Best N. 1 Kettle Rendered, ,30c
Critco I going higher thla week, bow, 87c
74c and 81.48
Maxola 13c, 29c, STe
Sugar Cared Bacon. ............... .38c
Sugar Cured Picnic... ,.23
Over 300 Price Lower Than Other Nebruka Grecars.
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