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iHE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1917.
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HOUSEHOLD ARTS ZtBPT CfT?AL JfGHJCJfOOZ
The great favorite of canned vege
i i . a
uoies in trie American nome is
canned peas. Peas "ga so well" with
almost any kind of meat or fish that
we are apt to overwork them. This
year, however, the factor of price
( titers in, to check our free use of the
vegetable unless we were industrious
enough last summer to stock our
helves with the home canned article.
Food Value of Peas.
The special value of canned peas,
s of all green vegetables, is their
bulk and their mineral matter, both
of which aid in keeping our bodies in
n'ood condition. Their value in terms
of the energy they furnish to the body
is not very great, only about 250
units to the pound, while the dried
or split peas furnish about 1.600 units
to the pound. As far as body build
ing is concerned, the green canned
peas are not a great deal more valu
able than many other fresh vege
tables. In this function, also, they are
far outranked by dried peas. It must
l.e remembered, though that when
dried peas are cooked, they contain
much imore water; hence not so much
food value as the original figures
To Freshen Canned Peas.
To freshen any canned food, let
it stand in the open air (covered with
a cloth ) for several hours. During
ihis standing, the food should be
stirred occasionally. The object is
to let fresh air get into the food. If
one wishes to sacrifice valuable food
material, the original liquid may be
poured off, the vegetable washed re
peatedly in cold water, then heated in
a small amount of fresh water. Just
heating in the original liquid is a
Uses for Peas.
Without doubt, the simplest uses
tor vegetables are the best. Nothing
is any better than a good vegetable
heated with salt, pepper and a little
butter or butter substitute. But in
a family, sometimes a small quantity
of vegetable is left over, and must
be combined-with other materials to
make it "go around;" or if the family
is very small, one can of peas may
have to be disguised in several ways
before it is all consumed. As remarked
above, peas combine with almost any
flavor so that they may be added to
creamed potatoes, meat, lis!, or other
vegetables; or they may be added to
soups, stews, gravies or salads.
Peas With Bacon.
1 c. peas, drained i thick slices bacon,
from their liquid. Salt and pepper.
Cut the bacon into cubes, put all
ingredients into a skillet, and cook
till the bacon is done. A good lunch
Tomato and Pea Soup.
m c. canned pea. 2 T. cornstarch,
1 c. canned tomatoes, 3 T. butter or butter
1 qt. seasoned soup substitute,
stock. Salt and pepper.
Heat together the tomatoes and 1
cup of canned peas. Press through
a sieve and add to the stock. When
boiling add the cornstarch thinned to
pour, with cold water. Let simmer
10 minutes, add the butter or butter
substitute, salt, pepper and ihe one
half cup canned peas. Serve with
croutons or crackers.
Peas and Rice.
1 c. rice. I can peas,
54 c. butter or butters c. boiling water,
substitute, Rait and pepper.
Wash rice and brown in the fat.
stirring constantly. Add peas, water
and seasoning, turn into a baking
dish and bake until rice is tender in
a moderate oven. (About 45 minutes.)
Scrambled Eggs With Peas.
2 eggs. Salt and pepper.
1 T. tat, H o. peas, drained
1 T. milk, ' and heated.
Beat eggs slightly with salt and
pepper, add milk. Melt fat in pan,
scramble eggs in pan and add peas
at the end.
Vegetarian Sandwich Filling.
1 c. peas, Salad dressing,
1 hard boiled egg. Salt and pepper. ,
Rub the peas through a colander,
add the egg yolk mashed and the
white finely minced. Season, and
moisten with salad dressing.
1 e. peas, drained. 3 T. chopped onion,
t T. strong cheese, H dozen small sweat
grated, pickles, chopped.
Mix ingredients lightly and serve
with French, or any salad dressing.
1 e. peas, drained, English walnuts.
1 c. American cheese,' broken into small
chopped, - pieces.
14 c. chopped celery.
Mix all ingredients lightly and
moisten with salad dressing. May
onnaise or cooked salad dressing is
Eood. Too with a stuffed olive. A I
good luncheon salad because cheese is !
an excellent meat substitute.
When Milady Goes Shopping
From what I hear our dollars will bring home a lot
of bacon during the month of January. But do
you hear laces calling to you to hurry? : : :
By ADELAIDE KENNERLY.
fi HRISTMAS'over and you have no
money for shopping?
Oh, j es you have!
Just wait a minute and see if you
haven't when I tell of the wonderful
bargains being otTercd at the after-Christmas-salcs.
- Spring is coining and large stores,
small stores, stores -of every size and
kind must clear out for the spring
stocks and right l.ere is where Milady
Wise makes her perfectly good dol
lars work overtime.
While strolling through a large
store today I priced some laces. Be
fore Christmas I remembered going
through the same ordeal and found
linen lace (and every other kind of
lace) from 25 cents a yard up most
ly up near $1 and then on up some
But alas! How prices do boil down
after Christmas, for 1 saw those same
laces reduced (some of them) as low
as 10 cents a yard.
You can't believe it? j
Neither could I and to convince
myself that it was true I bought some, I
took no chance by having it sent, but
carried it right along. Nobody stopped
me and there were dozens of other
women buying at the same counter
so I feel perfectly safe in chronicling
the good news to friend-readers.
There are gold laces, silver laces,
cluny laces, linen laces, shadow laces
crocket and fillet. Some of it would
have cost six times, or even 10 times,
as much before Christmas and it will
go up again ere long, so, the wist
ness basis will go shopping immedi
ately and take her pick of the lot for
there will be but the leavings the
culls in a few days.
Hundreds, yes thousands, of other
thing are on sale at just such re
duced prices and it will pay shoppers
to look up and down both aisles for
He Made a Mistake.
Purchases are made with greater
case than they were a week ago but
the stores are not forsaken by any
means. There seems to be a normal
gathering of buyers each day.
Everything useful is being rounded
up at a great discount and I am told,
confidentially (he made the mistake of
telling it to a woman) that there are
more wonderful bargains being pre
pared for the counters in the near
future. From what I hear our dollars
will bring home lots of bacon during
the month of January.
Cream Cheese Relish.
1 package lima er plneaple gelatin.
S cup cut pimentos.
Lettuce. ! s
Dissolve and add flavor. according
to direction on package. Pour jelly
into glass tumblers or individual
moulds to whatever depth desired.
When moulded turn out, serve on let
tuce with cream cheese on top, which
hag been passed through ricer. Garn
ish with strips of pimento.
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5 una Price
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages. '
Keep Horlick's Always oc Hand
ftuick Lunch: Home or Office.
Red Gross Activities
A total of 71,722 individual pieces
have been mad. in Omaha and ship
ped in Red Cross headquarters. This
includes first aid pads, heel and elbow
pads, surgical dressings of various de
sign, hospital garments including bed
shirts, pajamas, operating leggings,
bed jackets, bath -obes and operating
gowns. Mrs. O. C. Redick, director
cf the bureau of auxiliary supplies and
formation, is proud of her depart
ment's record. Other chapters have
turned in a larger total of individual
pieces than Omaha, which is ac
counted for by the fact that Omaha
made a special effcrt in hospital gar
ments, and, these pieces being larger,
would naturally take longer to make
than the simpler dressings. Nearly
half of the 71,772 total comprises
Over 5,000 dressings, pads and gar
ments are on hand at the Baird build
ing headquarters waiting for ship
ment. Christmas is responsible for
the present piling up of supplies.
The woman's service department of
the Lincoln chapter made a remark
able showing in connection with the
special order from the central divi
sion, which required the immediate
shipment a large quantity of surgical
During the period of one week 700
women produced the following:
11.1,400 2x2 surgical sponges.
3,094 12x24 oakum pads.
2,990 8x12 oakum pads.
1,554 12x24 absorbent pads.
All of the above has been shipped
to Chicago from where they will go
abroad without further delay. This
was a special order and consequently
did not pass through the inspection
warehouse at Omaha, as will be the
case in the future of all shipments
of supplies in this territory.
It is the opinion of the state office
that no other organization in the
United States located in a city the
size of Lincoln has produced an
. State chapters will probably follow
up the work of the Omaha chapter in
the "carry-your-packages-home" cam
paign, initiated by Mrs. A. L. Reed
and Mrs. Wilson Low. Lexington has
already asked to purchase the stickers
and letters inviting other chapters to
carry on the work will be sent soon
A meeting of all Red Cross aux
iliary chairmen will be held Thurs
day at 3 o'clock at the Young Wo
men's Christian association. Discus
sion of important work of the aux
iliaries is scheduled.
Nebraska will go well over 300,000
in the state membership drive, ac
cording to an estimate of Frank W.
Judson, state director. Nebraska's
quota was only 264,000. The drive
closes December 31.
Burt county reports nine out of
18 school districts 100 per cent in
membership and the town of Te
kamah, 90 per cent. York, Dawson,
and Loup counties report in the
neighborhood of 35 per cent mem
berships. The Pleasant Dale branch
secured 470 members or 75 per cent
of the population. Bristow is 100
per cent and Albion chapter reports a
membership of 4,600 in Bocne county.
FmtB Qm Oiglht to Emiow
The Young Woman's Christian as
sociation is to establish American
cafeterias in Russia.
One-third of all the students now
attending the English medical col
leges are women.
Among the Louisiana women regis
tered for active war work was Mrs.
Emily Hyams of Natchitoches, aged
103 years. ,
It is stated that strong perfumes
have power to intoxicate and be
numb, and workers in the perfume
laboratories are occasionally so much
affected as to need medical aid.
About 200 oriental women, the most
of them either Chinese or Japanese,
are said to be studying in the higher
schools and colleges of- the United
Brass ornaments and picture frames
should be cleaned by boiling them in
strong soapsuds, to which a large
lump of soda has been added. Scrub
with a brush, pour clear boiling water
over them, and wipe dry. Brass ar
ticles that can not be boiled may be
cleaned by rubbing them with the
juice of a boiled onion.
The present enrollment of students
at the leading American colleges of
dentistry indicates that before many
years there are likely to be more wo
men than men engaged in the dental
profession in this country.
A white satin blouse can be cleaned
at home if it is not too dirty. Spread
it right side up on a blanket; have
ready some stale bread crumbs mixed
with a little powdered magnesia and
enough dry washing blue to tint it.
Sprinkle this over the blouse and rub
it with a clean, soft white muslin
Shake well, rub it with a clean cloth,
and finally iron on the wrong side to
The Spice of Variety
Variety gives the spice to life and following
this adage we have different delightful cohk
binations of Ice Cream to give the happy end
ing to Sunday dinner. For instance here's the
arrangement for Sunday.
A blending of Lemon Ice Cream with.
French Fruit and Almond Paste.
At the New Public Market
1917 MILK-FED SPRING CHICKENS, PER LB
PIG PORK LOINS, PER LB 18?i
Steer Porterheuaa Steak, lb 23 Vie
Steer Round Steak, lb 22 ',c
Steer Sirloin Steak, ib 21 Vic
Steer Pot Roast, Ib 16 Vic 18 Vic
Steer Boiling Beef, lb 12 Vic
Steer Shou'der Steak, Ib IS'jC
Steer Rib Roast, Ib 17 Vic
Pif Pork Roast, Ib 23 Vic
Pig Pork Butts, lb 25VjC
Young Veal Chops, Ib lSVie
Young Veal Roast, lb 17ljC
Young Veal Stew, Ib 12V,c
No. I Mutton Legs, lb 23Vc
Fancy Mutton Chops, Ib 22Vte
Fancy Mutton Roast, lb 16 ,c
Regular Hams, Ib 27,c
Skinned Hams (Sugar Cured) lb...23Vic
California Picnic Hams, 4 to 8 lbs., per
lb., at 23V.C
Armour' Star Hams, Ib 29V,c
Armour Shle'd No. 1 Bacon, lb.... 41 Vic
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb 37 Vic
Sunshine Cracker Department
Assorted Sugar Waferi, all 15c pkgs., 2 for ....,... ,25c
Chocolate Fingers, regular lSe pkg., per pkg, today 9c
Delicious Fig Bart, Lemon Wafer and Assorted Cakes, per lb. . . .20c
Money-Saving Grocery Department
Blue Bell or Sunliist Flour (4S-lb. sacks)
per sack, at $2.80
Beat 'Em All Soap, 6 bars far 23c
Diamond C Soap, 7 bara for., 25c
Sunbrits Cleanser, 6 cans for 25c
Morgan's Snpo'.io, 2 cakes for 15c
Skinner's Macaroni, Noodles, Spaghetti
3 pkgs., for ..23c
Quaker Oats, 4 lbs., for 25c
Hand Picked White Navy Beans, lb.. 15c
Jello, assorted flavors, 3 plsgs 25c
Campbell's Soups, all varieties, can.. 12c
ISc quality cans Corn, Peas or Tomatoes,
per can, at j 12c
Fancy Head Rica, 3 lbs. , ,25c
Log Cab.'n Syrup, per can 23c
Quart Jars Best Apple Butter 23c
Ford Dates, new stock, lb 25c
Tall cans Pet, Carnation or Wilson's
Milk, 2 cans for 23c
Fancy Honey, per frame 20c
Fancy Dried Anrlcots, per Ib .26c
Fancy Dried Peaches, Ib 19c
Fancy 4-Crown Raisins, Ib ISc
Fancy Sultina Raisins, lb 15c
EXTRA SPECIAL Large California
Prunes, put up In 10-lb. boxes, per
box, at $1.73
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Department
Fancy Jonathan Apples, per bushel box $1.65
Fancy Juicy Oranges, per dozen , 40c
Young Carrots, per bunch 5c
Young Onions, per bunch 5c
Fancy Celerjr 5c-7c-10c
AH Other Vegetables at Popular Prices.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese Department
Fancy Elgin Butternut Butter, lb...48c
Fancy Wedircwood Butter, Ib
Fresh Country Butter, in 2-lb. rolls
per lb., at... 43',e
Fresh Country Butter, in tubs, lb.... 45c
Cooking Butter, per lb 40c
Fresh Peanut Butter, Ib I9V9c
New York Cream Cheese, Ib 32 Vic
Best Brick Cheese,' Ib 32 Vie
Strictly Fresh Eggs, down...' 4 )e
Best Se'ected Eggs (otorage), doz...39c
Fresh Milk, Cream and Whipping Cream.
Morning Hour, per pound 19c
Fancy Santos, a mellow coffee, per Ib 23c
Public Market Special, a coffee of merit, per lb 25c
Hoteh Blend, an exceptional value, per Ib 35c
At the Delicatessen Counter
Don't miss our full line in Salads. Milwaukee Sausages and Meats.
Fresh Kosher Meats. Armour's and Swift's Products at popular prices.
The bear which has been on display for the past week will be
cut up and delivered to your order at 50c per Ib. and up.
All the receipts from the sale of the mammoth buffalo will be
given to the Red Cross. Leave your orders NOW for buffalo meat.
The Above Prices Also Prevail At Our Branch Store
THE EMPRESS MARKET
113 South 16th St.
PROFITLESS SHOE SALE
ONLY 2 DAYS MORE
OF THE GREAT
Saturday and Monday mark the windup of
Omaha's greatest high-grade shoe sale.
You still have two days to share in the phenomenal shoe bar-
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gcuito wc ate uu cung, aim no une iu mice uuuais in yuur ,
pocket to buy shoes now. Now's your opportunity grasp it. 1
Every Pair of Shoes in Our
Stock for Both Men and
Women Included in This Sale
tip! $3.90 .
odd lots, 'tis true, but
they formerly sold for
from $5.00 to $7.50.
Profitless Shoe Sale
PHOENIX HOSIERY :
For men and women, in ail colors. Will
advance in price Jan. 1st. Buy yours now.
317 South 16th Street, Omaha.
Phone Douglas 2307.
PHONE DOUG. 2793
Mar Floo? First Natl. 8anW Building.
PROFITLESS SHOE SALE
I CASH AND JOY DEBT AND WORRY
THE PATH OF ECONOMY
LEADS YOU TO THE NEAREST BASKET STORE '
per can, 4c; or 3 for !Oc
Dritt's Powdered Ammonia Ec
P. 4 G. Naptha Soap, 7c; or 3 for...nc
Old Dutch Cleanaer Be
Ivory Soap, large bar lie
E-tcel Soap, per bar Cc
Palm OMve Soap, bar 10c
Cocoanut Oil or Pu-nice, bar 4c
Sanolio, bar, 9c I or 3 for 23c
Toitetecr, per can 1 8c
Arab Chief Dates, 9c I 3 for 25c
Rips O'lves, qt., 31c per pt 21c
Pain OIvea, 24-ot. jar. 24c
Peanut Butter, per (lass 9c
Kara Corn Syrup, I't-Ib. can.... 14c
Karo Corn Syrup, B-lb. can 42c
Kara Corn Syrup. lO-'.b. can 79c
Tip Baking Powder, makes prise-winning
bakings, per Ib. can ISc
Rcyal Cocoanut, per pkg. 7c
Tinted Tip 0o, Ib. pkg 32c
White Tip O'eo, Ib. pkg 31c
Cash Habit, Ib. pkg 29c
Magno'la, 2-lb. roll B2c
Mince Meat, bulk, per Ib 11c
WE ARE GROWING
Two New Stores Now Open.
No. 43 1 60 W. Broadway, Council
No. 44 Park Ave. and Leavenworth
We have calls nearly ovary week
from people requesting a Basket Storo
in their neighborhood. We heps to
sstisfy some of these in a very short
THERE IS A REASON
It Paya to Tr-d -t ths
Oysters, per quart BSc
Crisco 40c, 80c and $1.80
Beef Tenders, at 27e
Good Fresh Country Buttar, lb.....,.4Sc
6 lbs. Cnrnmeal 36c
Fancy Blus Rose Rice, an extra value
per lb., 9c; 3 lbs 2Se
Bread, 16-ox. loaf Ac
Apple Butter, 38-os. jar 24c
Oil Sard nee. 4 aize 7c
Sa'moa, Red Alaska, Ull can 21c
Salmon, Sockeye, 1 -Ib. can 33c
Krlspy Corn Flakes, pkg. Be
Milk, Iowa or Wilson, tall can 12',c
Tomatoes, No. 2 can. ............ ,,14c
Tomatoes, No. 2Vt can .....17c
Peas. Ear June, can.. .....13c
Corn, Splend'd Grade, can 1 2c
Moosler Belle Pork and Beans 13c
Advance Pork and Beans, No. 2 can, ,13c
Hominy or Pumpkin, large can lie
Prunes, 40-80, per Ib 18c
Seed ess Raisins, IS-oa. pkg 18c
Seedless Raisins, bulk, per lb.... 14c
Chocolate, Tip. Vi -lb. pkg.. 19e
Chocolate, Walter Baker's, ',-lb. pkg. 22c
Independent, that delicious blend that
has ths taste that satisfies the meat
exacting coffea lovers, per lb...29c
Caeh Habit, another good blend, per
ib., at 25c
States Food Administration License No. G-29403.
Tea, Uncolored Japan, 80c grade, Ib.
May Blossom or Cash Habit, . lb-
ASEtET STORES COMPANY
42 Stores Omaha, Lincoln and Council Bluff.
Over 300 Prices Lower Than Other Grocers.!
An Extra Bottle
Cream or iilk
A Big Bit
Phone Douglai 409.
Alamito Dairy Co.
VCJ 4 Vjo mar MOMy
H appy New Year, people, may you ever thrive,
A nd may your sons across the sea come safely home alive,
P resenting you with something that would open the heart of a miser;
P erhaps it will be an "Iron Cross" or else the scalp of the Kaiser
Y ou had better start the New Year in a profitable way,
N ever forgetting the wheatless or the meatless day.
E ncourage "Hooverising," wherever you may be,
W hether it be at your neighbors or in your own pantry.
Y ou must learn the art of shopping and get your money's worth;
E nter the WASHINGTON MARKET, the finest place on earth.
A mong your friends you may count us our store your store should be;
R ight through the coming year and a happy one it will be.
Strictly fresh dressed poultry direct from the Country for your Sun
day and New Year' dinner at the lowest prices.
Choice Sirloin Stoak, per lb 10c
Choice Porterhouse Steak, per lb....lCc
Choice Round Steak, per lb IBo
Choice Pot Roast, per lb 15c-17c
Choice Rump Roast, per lb 17Vic
Choice Rlh Ronst, per lb..... 20c
Rib Boiling Beef, per lb '....litte
Pure Lard, per lb S8o
Veal limaat with pocket for dressing.
per Ib IRo
Lean Pork Chops, per lb 24c
Extra fancy Veal Roast, per lb t('c
Hind quarter of Spring Lamb, lb. . .244c
Reg. hams, half or whole, per lb...25o
Ground Bones for chickens, & lbs tUo
SuKar-cured B-eakfaat llacon, lb..Mf
Fresli Pig Fet, per lb 1o
Tiff Tcnderlonls. per lb 25e
(lood Oleomargarine, per lb., the
Mixed Nuts, per lb 1r
California Celery, stalk 7V4-10e
Extra Fancy Head Lettuce, each...lvr
Extra farcy Oranges, dos 2fte up
All brands Creamery Butter, per lb.. 40c
Ksmo Soup, all kinds, per can ".10c
Cal. Apricots, Peaches, Plums In syrun.
2 cans for 2Sc
Large Mason Jar of Olives, jar 25c
Larxe Mason Jars of Mince Meat, )r.
One of the largest mail order houses in the middle west.
United States Food Administration License No. G-27634.
UK most vm-to tATm
Tut t VsTSr
Start the New Year Right 1
Buy your meats and groceries at BOSTON MARKET. Save 30 par cant. Pricei
good Monday and all week. Pre-lnventory sola of Groceries. Save us work of iavoicj
ing and save yourself money by buying now. '
Milk-Fed Chick- lnl i
ons, per lb... l)lZC
Veal, Beef, Mut- -a A j.
ton Roasts, lb.l4Y2C
Veal or Mutton
Chops, Ib. . . .
Round, Sirloin or Porter
house Steak, -i Q4
. . .
Forequarters Mutton, per
Ib, at 12',e
Hindquarters Mutton, par
Ib, at ll3c
Horns Mads Sausage, Ib. I Be
Cholca Steak, Ib 17 ',c
Hamburger Steak, Ib. 17',c
Summer Sausags, lb...2Sc
Liver, per Ib 10c
Neck Bones, Ib 7 Vic
Frankfurters, Ib 17Vic
Beef Boil. Ib 13'C
S. C. Bacon, Ib 30c
S. C Skinned Hama, par
lb, at 27Vic
Salt Pork. Ib Me
Cooked Boneless Ham, per
ib, at 23c
W a s h b u r n-Croaby Cold
Medal Flour, nn syO
per sack S)f i cf
Corn Flakes, Macaroni tr
per pkg 4 72 C
Quaker Oats, Pan- -e f
cake Flour, pkg..UC-
3 cans Peas 25c
Fancy Can Corn 10c
No. 3 largo can Tomatoes,
per can, at ISc
No. 2 can Tomatoes, 12Ve
California Sliced Peachaa,
par can, at 12'iC
Tall can Salmon 15c
Tall can Milk 12e
Small can Milk 6c
No. 3 can Pumpkin. .. . 10c
Ne 3 can Sweet Potatoes,
per can, at 10c
Crisco, per can 25c
Sawtay, per can 23c
No. 6 large can Sawtay 89c
7-lb. boxes Cookies. .. .9S
3 lbs. Rica or Barley. . .25c
4 Iba. Oatmeal ........ 25c
25c No. 3 Baked "Beans
per can, at 12'jC
ISc No. 1 Baked Beans
par can, at 7 Vie
r ancy Large tat- m-t rvm
ing Apples, boxipX 4 J
8 bars Soap 25c
Soda Crackers, lb.... 12 Vic
Ginger Snaps, lb...l2Vie
Largs can Kraut 10c
Navy Beana, Ib 15c
Lima Beans, Ib 12 Vie
Brown Beana, lb....,..10c
Gallon Can Syrup. .....69c
Qt. Jars Olives
Pickles?." . 17
Qt. Jars Jams, Apple But-'
tar or Mince Meat... 25c
Country Buttar, lb..,.. 45c
Eggs, per doi 374
Peaches, Prunes of
flaislna, per Ib.
o pags matcnes or ns. ,
Toilet Paper aMJC7
Rumford or Calumet Bak
ing Powder, i
per pkg XuC
Ground Fancy Coffee, Ib,
at 17 Vie
Noodles, per pkg ...... ,3c
Mail orders flPed at same prices. Largest cut price mail order grocery and meat
market in the state. Writs for price list.
Boston Meat & Grocery Co.
113 North 16th St. Opposite Postof flee. Two Phones, Douglas 1089.
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