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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1917.
By MELLIFIC'ASept. 28
Church Women Serve Lunch Next
Local church women will do a
good work in providing tea rooms
for the Ak-Sar-Ben crowds who will
throng the city next week and at the
same time will raise funds for their
church buildings. St. Mary's Avenue
church women have rented a store
room in the Keelitie building, 315
South Seventeenth street, and women
of Temple Israel a room on Farnam
street, next to the Sun theater.
Only sandwiches, pie, doughnuts,
coffee and milk will be served, but the
sandwiches and pastry will all be deli
cious home-made concoctions. St.
Mary's Avenue church women will
have a cateress and many assistants in
the church building, the old J. E.
Baum residence, at Thirty-sixth and
Harney streets, where all the baking
will be done. Daughters of members
will carry the goodies from here to
the tea room in their cars.
There will be two shifts of workers,
forty each day, one working from 10
in the morning until 3 in the after
noon and the other from then on
until 7 or 8 o'clock.
Mrs. N. B. Updike will be in charge
Monday; Mrs. J. B. Porter, Tuesday;
Mrs. Robert F. Kloke, Wednesday;
Mrs. O. T. Eastman, Thursday; Mrs.
J. C. McConney, Friday. Other wom
en helping are: Mrs. G. M. Nattinger,
president of the Ladies' Aid; Mrs.
John Kuhn and Mrs. G. A. Hulbert,
wife of the pastor.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will main
tain its tea room only the two days of
the parades, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Their location is 1418 Farnam
street. Each member of the sister
hood will bake two pies. Mrs. Jay B.
Katz vho has it in charge, will be
assisted by the following women:
Mesdames Nathan Mantel, Mose Mil
ler, C. S. Elgutter, H. J. Abrahams,
Edward Simon, Simon Meyer, Davis,
Sol Goldstrom, Ed Treller, Ed Lang,
Frederick Cohn, William Holzman,
Victor Rosewater and Harry Fell
heimer. Young women of Temple Israel will
assist in serving.
Seymour Lake Club Close. .
The closing dinner-dance at the club
will be a harvest home affair this
evening. The dining room will be dec
orated in autumn leaves, corn stalks,
red grape vines and pumpkin vines,
while a mellow harvest moon, will
shine down on the dancers in the ball
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Windheim will
entertain one of the largest parties,
as fourteen will be seated at their
Special Maids' Gowns.
The princesses of Alt-Sar-Ben's
court will be gowned all in white a
the Coronation ball. Last year the
gowns were orchid-colored and the
year before the Ak-Sar-Ben shades oi
red, green and yellow were carried
The queen's jewels are on exhibit
at Brown's jewelry store.
To Honor Miss Woodard.
Miss Marie Woodard, whose mar
riage to Mr. Charles JCremer Bain
is an interesting event on the October
calendar, is the most popular bride
of the Ak-Sar-Ben season. Miss Nan
ette Murphy is planning a luncheon
for Miss Woodard next Monday,
probably at the Blackstone, and Mrs.
T. E. Daily, a luncheon Wednesday.
Mr. Bain comes from Butte, Mont.,
on Thursday preceding the ball and
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Storz will give a
supper after the coronation ball for :
Miss Woodard and Mr. Cain. Satur-1
day evening Miss Ophelia Hayden ,
will entertain at dinner in their honor;
Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Will ,
Coad give a supper for them and
Tuesday evening Mrs. E. W. Nash, '
aunt of the bride, will give a dinner
for the bridal party, following the
Little Ellen Virginia and Elizabeth
Nash, daughters of Mr. and ' Mrs.
Louis C Nash, will be flower girls
at the wedding.
Mjss Anna Kotin of Lawrence,
Neb., will be the guest of Miss Isa
elle Kritenbrink this week.
Miss Francis Hibbard of Yonkers,
N. Y., who was to have been the
guest of Miss Hazel Updike, has
written Miss Updike that she will not
be able to come. Miss Hibbard is
so deeply interested in Red Cross
work that she is loath to leave for a
visit, as everyone in the east is de
voting every spare moment to this
work and all social pleasures are sac
rificed for war. work.
Miss Dorothy Redmond of Lincoln
will arrive on Monday to be the
guest of Miss Sybil Nelson for sev
Mrs. W. L. Sucha of Hastings has
arrived to spend some time with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Muldoon.
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Muldoon and
small daughter, Helen, from Chicago,
arrived Thursda to visit Dr. Mul
doon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Notes of Interest.
Mrs. George H. Payne returned on
Thursday morning from Denver,
where she has been roendinar several
weeks with her son and daughter, !
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Payne. Mr j
l'hUp Payne, who has been very iil :
for several months past, is much im- j
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rine have !
returned from their wedding trip am!
are at the Sanford for a few days un
til their apartment at the "Terene':
Fiftieth and Capitol avenue, is readv
for them. The "Terene" is the Dr.
T. E. Dailey apartments, the name
combining: the initials of the doctor
and the first name of his wife, who
wa Miss Irene Coad.
Mrs. Louis C. Nash is still at St.
HEAD OP WEST OMAHA
(Science, Defiartment Centra Jtiyh SchooL
Fruit Preserves and Pickles
Mrs. P. T. Barber is president of
the West Omaha Mothers' club which
met for the first time this year at the
home of Mrs. Blaine Truesdell, today.
This is one of the most active moth
ers' clubs in the city.
Catherine's hospital, but is improv
Samuel Burns, T. L. Davis and D.
C. Buell are the new directors elected
at the Country club stockholders'
meeting held Thursday evening at
Miss Ethel and Genevieve Solomon
leave Saturday evening for New York,'
where they will attend the School of
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Vaughan Glaser of St. Louis
last Monday. Mrs. Glaser was 'Miss
Mildred Rubel, daughter of Mrs. H.
Looming on Social Horizon.
Mrs. J. E. Davidson will entertain
at dinner at the Country club Sat
urady in honor of Miss Evelyn Hub
bard of Rochester, N. Y., the house
guest of Mrs. J. E. Ludlow. Miss
Sybil Nelson will give an Orpheum
theater party, followed by supper at
the Fontenelle for the same guest,
Tuesday evening. 1
Miss Emily Keller will entertain at
dinner at her home on Friday even
ing, October 5, preceding the Corona
The Omaha Story Tellers' league
will give a luncheon at the Black
stone on Saturday, October 6. Covers
will be laid for thirty.
Twenty-five members of the
women's auxiliary to Omaha lodge of
the B'nai Brith pleaded $152 to the
Jewish war sufferers' relief fund at a
The abundance of the fruit market
at the present time leads the house
wife to think of all possible methods
of saving the fruit for winter usage.
We can most of pur peaches, pears
and plums; yet the marmalade, jams
and fruit butters are very desirable in
small quantities. The1 general rule for
marmalade and jam is one pound of
sugar to one pound of fruit rather
an expensive proportion from the
standpoint of conserving the sugar.
The August Journal of Home Eco
nomics suggests the following meth
od of saving sugar:
In April Dr. C. F. Langworthy
called attention to an article in "Foods
and Cookery" (an English maga
zine) on tht saving in sugar effected
in England by using salt for part
of the sugar in the jam sent to the
front. This was made a subject for
experiment at the School of House
hold Arts, Pratt Institute, and the re
sults tested by many people and pro
"Method: Six ounces of sugar and
one-fourth ounce of salt were used
with one pound of fruit. The salt and
sugar were added together and the
jam was made as usual.
"This should not be eaten until- five
or six days after making, since It will
take that time for the characteristic
salt flavor to disappear.
"The fruits used were strawberry,
pineapple (with rhubarb and wit'i ap
ricot), orange and lemon. All were
good, and there seems no reason to
suppose that the method would not
be equally successful with other
In the recipes given below the old
proportion has been adhered to, but
the experiment coula be tried easily
by adjusting the amount Of sugar ac
cording to the formulae above six
ounces sugar and one-fourth ounce
salt to one pound of fruit
Weigh the grapes and allow
pound sugar to 1 pound fruit. Rinse
the grapes, drain and squeeze the pulp
from the skin of each grape. Heat
pulp gradually and cook till seeds
come out easily, about ten minutes.
Pass through a sieve to remove seeds.
Cook skins and pulp ten minutes, add
sugar, and cook till liquid thickens
slightly. Seal in sterilized glasses.
I pound! tomatoes. iVk pound! sugar.
3 pounds applet.
Peel and cut tomatoes. Pare and
core apples and run through a food
meeting held Thursday evening at
Lyric hall. The elub will give a danc
ing party at Keep's academy October
21, the proceeds to help make up the
organization's annual contribution, to
the local Associated Jewish Charities.
Eat FRESH Foods i
Better than those artificially preserved.
Mora economical. Order
Alamito Dairy Products
From large, modern farms.
Ask your grocer or phone us.
Douglas 409. Council Bluffs, SOS.
Daily Parade of
New Autumn Modes
Late arrivals lend Intense Interest to
each section of this newer and better store.
The positive, comparative and superlative
are all reflected as never before In the
newer styles the safer qualities and the
In Coats the choosing is very very good
from the inexpensive Military Trench
Coats and handsome mixtures to costly gar
ments of rare texture and workmanship.
New Sweaters New Suits
Knifed Coats, In
Hig-h school and
other blah colore
choose from , plen
ttoue assortment, at
$3.95 to $10.45
Suit makes a living
model for the
"Thome" a t o r e
there' a new eult
here that will make
your eult dreams
THE UPTOWN STORE FOR
AT WELCOME ARCH
1812 FARNAM STREET :
For PRICE, QUALITY and WEIGHT Trade at the
WASHINGTON ( MARKET
These Low Prices Are Good for the Following Week
Home Dressed Spring Chickens, lb., 29c
Choice Steer Sirloin Steak, lb 20c
Round Steak, lb 20e
Choice Steer Shoulder Roast, per lb.,
at ISc and 17Vie
Choice Steer Bib Boiling Beef, per lb.,
Extra Fancy Veal Roast, lb ...20c
Extra Fancy Veal Round Steak, lb...S0e
Extra Lean Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
per lb., at 42Vte
Extra Fancy Sugar Cured Breakfast
Bacon, per lb 3SVi
Compound Lard, per lb ....20c
Machine Sliced Boiled Ham. lb 48c
Extra Fancy Veal Cutlets, lb 2Se
Pork Steak, per lb JOc
All Brands of Creamery Butter, lb. .45c
Good Oleomargarine, lb ...2Sc
Best Granulated Sugar, 11 lbs $1.00
Extra Fancy Santos Coffee, lb 22Vje
Regular 36c Coffee, per lb .28c
Tea Sif tings, per lb ISc
Sunkist, Puritan or Bluebell Flour, per
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
48-lb. sack S2.B8
Quaker Oats, per pkg ..10c
Peanut Butter, made while you wait,
per lb., at 2Se
Advance Pork and Beans, per can.... ISc
Helm New Sauer Kraut, lb 10c
Smalts Herring, each .Sc
Kosher 8alamle, per lb....... 40c
Extra Fancy Freestone Elberta Peaches,
per crate 98c
'Toney Dew Melons, each. 28c
;2xtra Fancy Slicing Cucumbers, each
at Sc and 7'jC
"xtra Large Egg Plant, each 8c
Large Potatoes, peck 4Se
Georgia Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs. for...2Sc
Michigan Celery, per stalk Sc
Concord Blue Grapes, large baskets, at,
Tokay Grapes, per basket 2Sc
"1 country orders promnt'y attended to. Largest mad order bouse In m'dd'e wet
lkaMTV r IT
ON Wc !r lAKECEi
.ue most urn TOD ATM
And MeVST Ukmt.WT in
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rue AfioLi wesT ,
chopper. Cook all ingredients tofreth
er forty-five minutes or until thick,
over a slow fire, stirring; frequently.
Seal in sterilized glasses.
QHXCE AXD APPLE FB8ERVES.
I pounds quinces. 7 pounds sugar.
I pounds sweet apples.
Pare the quinces, cut in quarters,
and remove the cores and woody por
tion. Cook cores and skin with
water to cover for one hour. Strain off
this water and in it cook the quinces
and apples (also pared and cored),
until the fruit is tender. Let the fruit
stand in cold water after preparation
until time of cooking. Cook only as
much fruit at a time as can be covered
by liquid. Remove with a skimmer
when tender. When all the fruit has
been cooked add sugar to the liquid;
boil five minutes, skim and add the
fruit and let it cook slowly to an
amber color. Tut into steriliied jars'
and pour the hot sirup Over the fruit.
S pounds peara. preserved ginger.
A pounds sugar. 4 lemons.
H pound candled orl cup water.
Wash, pare and cut pears into small
pieces. Pour water over them and
cook one hour. Add sugar, then lemon
and ginger which have been run
through the food chopper. Cook one
hour longer and seal in sterilized
glasses. A very low flame is sufficient
for the cooking and frequent Stirring
SWEET PICKLES, PEACHES OR PEARS.
U peck of poaches! pt. vinegar
or peara 1 os. stick elnnamor
lbs. brown sugar Clove
Boil sugar, vinegar and cinnamon
twenty minutes. Dip peaches quickly
in hot water, then remove skin, or
remove peeling from pears with a
knife. Stick each piece of fruit with
four cloves. Pu. into sirup and cook
unil soft, using one-half amount of
fruit at a time.
1621 PARNAlVi STkkET
A Sale of Women's Suits for Saturday
This is a special group of suits that we received from
New York this week.
The group shows an assortment of all the new desirable
materials used for Fall, and shows them in all the late
shades; army blue, fig, rose taupe, concord, nutria and
The styles portrayed In these suits range from the swag
ger models for the miss, to the stylish lines of the more
These suits were bought to sell at $40 and $45, but we
want to do "something Bpecial" for Saturday, $34 75
MM A AM 4"el w un
BU UlC C11U1G IUUJI lO U11UCU Ok ............
Dresses in Serge and Silk Priced Lower
In view of the present craze for dresses, this lowering of
prices should be welcome news.
The Bale lot includes dresses in serge, satin or taffeta. Most
of them are in navy or black, however, some of them are in the
brighter popular new shades.
The styles are right up-to-the-minute in newness; there is no
reason why they should be underpriced other than our desire to
offer specials for Saturday.
All of these dresses up to $22.50, are offered spe t 1 fi 71
cially for Saturday only, at pau.u
Stylish Swagger Winter Coats Reduced
Offered in Two Sale Groups $17.50 and $24.75
You cVm save $5.00 to $10.00 on your winter coat by buying
Saturday, and still not sacrifice either quality or style.
They're wonderful looking coats, large collars, deep cuffs,
snappy pockets and belts, in a wide range of colors and cloths.
It will pay every woman to select her winter coat early. The
rush .that comes later with cold weather naturally lessens th a.
sortment of the most desirable models.
All $5.00 Petticoats,
Saturday, at $4.25
All Waists to $3.50,
Saturday, at $4.98
1621 FARNAM STs
1621 FARNAM ST.
Bee Want Ads Are the Best Boosters
The well-krown name, Ak-Sar-Ben, exclusively
Nebraskan, rapidly becoming world famous, is used
to fittingly denote another Nebraska product, our
It is Lemon Ice Cream with Red and
Green Cherries with all the rich full
flavored goodness you expect in
Cat the Round Package
Used for i Centur
1917 MILK-FED SPRING CHICKENS, LB. . . . 26c
CHOICE FORltQUARTERS LAMB, LB 14e
Sutar Cared Hams, lb.....
No. t Lean Bacon, is
Buffer Cured Bacon. Ib
Fresh Dressed Chickens, lb.
Steet Pot Rosit, lb 12VC
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb 14'l
Youne Veal Roast, lb 12Vte
Young Veal Chops, lb MVte
Young Veal Stew, lb 10',e
Steer Porterhouse Steaks, lb 22 Vie
3teer Rolled Rib, Ib HVic
Extra Lean Regular Hams, lb 2
. . .2a,e
From I to I p. m. Country Sausage,
per lb., at ., , 10c
On October 1 the Grocery Department will com under new rnaaaie.
meat, to the present stock will be
CLOSED OUT AT BARGAIN PRICES
2o een Tomatoes 14c
Cane of Milk and lie
11 lbs. of Sugar ,.ee
Fancy Kiefer Pears, bushel fl.TS
6c Sack Salt
Toothpicks, per box , 3e
Ripe Olives, per can tOe
Best Country Butter, per lb 45e
Potatoes, per peek 40c
Best Navy Beans, 2 lbs., tor 38c
25o can Tall Salmon 19c
16e Sardines, in tomato sauce 10c
25c cans Strawberries or Blackberries. ,
SOe cans Plums lSe
25o Asparagus 14c
40c Preserves ...24c
40c Apple Butter 24c
40e Monarch Coffee, per lb 29c
15a pkg. Spaghetti or Macaroni. .. .7Vte
lie cans Pears..
lte Corn Flakes...
1 dosen Jar Rubbers
lie Jars PickleS.
Lye. 1 cans far..
Faney Peaches, per basket..... 20c
Fresh Tomatoes, basket... 10s
Fancy Pvars, basket 20e
lbs. Fancy Grapes ilSe
SPECIAL MAIL ORDERS ONLY
100 lbs. Sugar .M
With 7 lbs. Coffee 2.S9
3 lbs. Tea 1.89
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES
US SOUTH 1STH STREET.
Ask For and GET f
Made from clean, rich milk with the ex
tract of select malted grain, malted in otir
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.'
fnftmtt mi thOdrm thrh n It, Agrtta ejftJLj
tr tbcakul f omoeA tht bwaVJ mt fJU ajW.
eiewoa is COOMMf QOP aUMinon of NUM.
Nourishes and sua tains more than tea, coffee, et.
Should be kept at horn or when traveling. Asjo
tntioua food-drink may be prepared in a moneot.
A glassful hot before retiring induo rafrashinf
Jeep. Also in luncb tablet form (or bufinoas rmo.
Substitutes Cost YOU tarn Prteo
'Oho a PooHono llomn
1917 MILK-FED SPRING CHICKENS, LB. . . ; 26c
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS, LB lSt
Steer Rolled Kib. lb. ............ .17Vi
Extra Lean Regular Rams, lb......26e
Sugar Cured Ham, lb ,.a....Zc
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb. . .$
No. 1 Leaq Bacon, lb t.SS'yja
Young Veal Roast, lb 12 Vis
Young Veal Chops, lb 14,e
Young Veal Stew, lb IOVis
Choice Mutton Chops, lb 18e
Choice Mutton Roast, Ib IS'se
Steer Pot Roast, lb 12 Vie
Steer Shoulder Steak, lb ...14'ae
Steer Porterhouis Steak, lb 22
FINAL SALE OF GROCERIES
We will place the entire stock of our present grocery department on
tale Saturday, to dote out before moving to our new shop oa Oct 1,
From S te . nw Perk CVope, fe.,2ie
From 9 te 10 p. m Lamb Chops, Ibu lot
4v eant Monarch Coffee , ,.'.29c
I to een Palmer Roase Coffee .See
Colden Santos Coffee, t lb . ...... ,38e
Black Navy or Chill Bean,' S lbs....ISe
Choice Ripe Peat, I cant.... S
10c eant Monarch Tomatoes, 2 for.,. See
Me etna Milk Hominy, 2 for. .......2Se
JOc cans pork and Beana, per eanM.,12e
ISc Corn Flake, per pkg. . ....... .10
Assorted Kamo Soups, per cat), 9
Oil Sardines, per can....... .TVi
From 8 to t p. m. Critco, 40c, 80c, $1.60
Best Imoertad Jnu Tea. lb..... HOa
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT THESE PRICES
it lbs. Sugar... fl.SS
(With 1 lb. Tea er Cocoa.)
10s pkg. Macaroni, 8 for ......23c
t-lb. ean Butternut Coffee SSe
15c pkg. Baker's Cocoa. .......7
Toothpicks, per pkg St
t5o Calumet Baking Powder 19e
ISc Rolls of Toilet Paper, S for 25c
1-lb eans Spices 19e
It Jello, 8 for 25c
16 bottles Grape Juice Se
40c jar oi Jam. . ,2e
40c jar Apple Butter. 24e
ISI0 HARNEY STREET.
lofie 'She Savings You Rlake
Our carry away plan has saved the marketing public many dollars. Remember the so-called free delivery is paid for by the
customer, whether it shows on the bill or not.
Fine WMhlagfcro Bartlett. beg.. ..SI M
Fancy KeUer, box S1.44
Colorado Peaches, in bushel basket. St.20
Wrapped Colorado Elberta reaehee.il. OS
Fine Elberta reacbee S1.SS
Celery, Cncambert, Peppers, Eggplant,
etc., at all stores.
Cabbage, jM-r lb Se
Pancake Floor, pkg ,...13e
Farina, large pkr 15c
Krispt, a splendid Cora Flake, 1 as.
Kramblee, pig Ue
Cbewinff Gum, nearly an brand
2 for lee
Economy, splendid health
flour, 48-lb. eeck
Tin nnand. nsthinr better milled. 4-lb.
Gold Medal. 48-lb. seek S3.tl
Cider Vinegar, a splendid qaallty, ej.
Ing barrels of It every day, gallon.. tie
Rl'UAR Best granulated 10-lb. pkg. Mc
Yeast Foam. 2 for 10c
A good Washbewd , tSe
81.00 tise Liquid Veneer .... tte
Minto Toothpick, pkg 4e
Taoks, carpet, 6 pkg. 4e
Thrra large rolls Cash Habit Toilet Pa
Lilae Rate Talcum powder, large eaa lie
Upton's Tea, 1 Ib 13
tTamlored Japaa, lb.,..
Fes. Pick of the Pock,
Fatnpkin, Empsen, eaa .
Raisins, Seedless, pkg. . ,
Fancy Jap Wee, lb....
Fancy Head Hie, lb
Salt, 14-lb. bag
S-lb.. Set 3-lb. bag. S
e e nil S06
Ceteap, Snider! er Blue Label ....SSe
SOAP White Borax, Vaptha, Pearl
Walt or FJectrto Hpark. t ban far. too
Diamond C Soap. 1 ban ...lit
Fsts-Naphtha, bar le
Star or P. a G. Naphtha. S ban for. .lo
Palm Oil, bar.... llo
Ceeoarnt Oil, Fuoilee or Tar, bar ....4a
The High Cost of Living
and a Practical Remedy
Mr. Hoover, National Food Administrator, has requested that you
carry home your purchases, because he knows you can buy them for
much less by so doing. Our prices do not Include the expense of de
livering, bad debts, etc.
CASH AND CARRY
is the plan we have adopted, and your market basket will save you
at least 30 per cent at our stores.
Balboa er Mission Sardlaea. eaa... 10c
Tall Red Alaska Salasea. eaa SSe
Vr-lb. Fink Salmon IV
HmuU Yarbt Clab Salad Pressing... e
J. M. Table Baaoe. bottle e
Skinner's iMacaraol and Spaghetti, per
Tip Bnklng Powder, 1-lb, can ISe
PRIZE-WINNING CAKE, baked with
this Baking Powder at the Ktate Fair
again. This Is the f north time.
CHOCOLATE, Premium Tin, 4 cake.lSe
Romford er Calumet Baking Powder,
l-ia. eaa tie
Hershey't Chocolate "Milk
Rar . .
W. H, Baker's U rake...
Soda Falnrairht. nka la
Jar Rings, beet heary, dosea 7e
Hal Soda, 10H lbs. tSe
Pyramid Washing Powder, small pais;. 4e
Large ISc pkg , lie
Corn, ETerready.eaa ...... Ue
Perk a Beans. Snider's. 1-lb. eaa...l4
Tomatoes, S-lb. ean ., .....14a
Ammonia, large bottle Be
Brltt's Powdered Ammonia, pkg. .... Se
Parson'l Extra Strang Ammonia, Wi.lSe
Dtfur neaay mane, eaa
Over 300 Prices Lower Than Other Nebraska Gr'ocere.
Campbell's , ...., le
Tip elpieee. Marly all toiler let peg.,
ear price ..,, . .Se
, Qaallty First.
Tf,!,,r'!'n, wtte they lact....tSe
8teer Rib Boil , ,,.ltee
Mteer Pot Roast !.,....15e.To
Steer Rib Steak tle-ije
Steer Rib Roast r"!I!lte3le'
Bteer Shoalder Steak lo-tle
8teer Ronnd and Mrleln Steak i.t3-t4e
Nteer Porterhouse Steak VTT... 28e-S8e
Fall Cream Wleeansln Cheese ,.. fMo
LARD Best . 1 Kettle Rraderod. .Me
Maota".V.V.V.".".V.V.V '.' . . . . iXe-XScile
Sagar-Caresl Bacon ........ T.TUc
Sogar-Cered Picnic .....I3e
KET STORES COMPANY
IT PA!4 TO CAKRY IT HOME
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