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The Household Budget
Is there any one of us who does
not want to get the greatest possible
satisfaction out of the money which
we expend? If there is, that person
need not read this article, for that
is the sole purpose of budgets to get
the greatest satisfaction from money
expenditure. A business firm, or an
institution, finds it worth while to
plan ahead and foresee what the an
nual income and outgo of capital will
probably be. Of recent years our
households are awakening to the fact
that we are a bit behind the times,
that other inst'tutions have forged
ahead of us. We are quite willing to
learn from others when once we are
convinced of our shortcomings; and
the modern housewife is glad to take
over the budget systenV.
What is a Household Budget?
A household budget is a plan for
spending the next year's income.
Salaried people know exactly, and
business and professional people have
very close estimates on, their annual
incomes.. The general expenses of a
family run along the same lines year
after years we must all have food,
.shelter, clothing, running expenses
and a margin for advancement, both
nia'.i rial and npntnatcrial. These live
line of expenditure can be planned
out rather closely. The terms general
ly iwd in discussing these lines are
food, rent, (whether a home is owned
or rented), clothing, operating ex
penses, anil higher iife or advance
ment. Operating expenses include
u-lcpltonc. gas, electric light, coal,
water, service in the household, re
pairs, etc. Under higher life, which
i an older term, or advancement, are
placed savings and investments, in
surance, churcli and charity, educa
tion, amusement and the like. It is
easy to pick out the branches of cx
pendyure that must be especially con
SOLILOQUY OF MODERN
-M EVE M
All down and out! Feeling blue so blue that
there isn't a little ray of sunshine in the horizon
of your prospects? ::::::
By ADELAIDE KENNERLY.
ALL down and out-! Feeling blue so blue that there isn't a pink little
ray of sunshine anywhere ahead in the horizon of your prospects?
A great big, unruly lump comes up in your throat until suicide
looms up as the only way out. It presents an ugly path littered by scandal
and heartaches. A terrible aftermath rises in the background which turns
you from a desperate, decision.
These moods come to all of us and we think they present the Truth
Truth without any frivolous dressing, without any disguise just the naked
truth. It is these days that give us our pessimists. ,
But what gives us these days? The answer isnt spiritual, at all far
from it Decidedlv material and commonplace because it is physical.
Body and mind must work in harmony with the spirit if we would be
happy and optimistic. When they do not we suffer spasms of mental agony.
Pessimism the blues is not Truth, but ill-health.
Optimism is Truth. Happiness and energy and hope radiate from
a healthy mind and body. Every horizon is dotted by those pink little days
of sunshine. Every day that the body and mind are m a healthy state
there is some new interest. t
Truth always is bright, beautiful, glorious and full of hope.
The False is sordid, ugly, depressing and fearful. ,
Therefore, in self-defense, let us seek the wholesome and bright as
the Truth and stamp the repulsive, grewsome and frightful those blue
days as blemishes on life's rosy surface. Brand them as False and physical
-as conditions to be remedies and eradicated.
Bush Fruit in City Gardens
and on Farms Should
Be Pruned Now
Bush fruits in the city gardens and
on the farm should be pruned during
t'i. fall or winter in order to increase
the yield of berries next summer. The
period between the falling of the
leaves in autumn and the starting of
growth in spring is the season in
which currants and gooseberries
Should be pruned. The ideal currant
bush at which the pruner should aim
has six to eight main branches, while
the gooseberry has eight to 12. None
of these branches should be over
three years old. Two or three of the
main branches of the currant and
three to four main branches of the
gooseberry should be removed each
season, the. older branches being cut
cut and a like number of the most
vigorous canes of the current season s
growth left to take their place. AH
other young canes and all canes bent
to or near the ground should also be
removed. If this system is followed
each year after the bushes reach the
age of three years, pruning will be
relatively simple and the plantation
kept in good condition.
To Cook Game.
In buying cold storage poultry, it
is best to purchase it frozen and thaw
it out at home. Ask whose k isde
mand products from a food producer
of national reputation for quality
foods and satisfactory service. .
Thaw the bird at home by placing
it in a pan of cold water and allowing
it to remain until thoroughly thawed,
or cover with a clean tea towel or
cheese cloth and allow it to thaw
in the refrigerator or cold pantry.
Draw the bird as soon as it is thawed
sufficiently and cook the minute it is
The methods of cooking duck and
soose are similar to methods em-1
' i a rnnlfino- nther meats. I
n t vlu in .v.w...-,
irst, sear tnc exposcu buho
p the juice in them, then cook at
,w temperature until the meat is
tender. The larger the ra
lonRer time is required to neat
thlnU'roasting and broiling the heat
h conveyed to the meat by means of
air In boiling or steaming the heat
is carried to the meat by means of
" The latter method is employed with
an old or tough bird.
Boiled duck is sometimes used m
our country, but popular taste de
mands that it be roasted, or
braised. , , , a
An old goose or duck ts parboiled
to make it less tough and then roast
ed in the usual manner.
Young birds of either variety are
roasted without parboiling.
Cook books give various ways of
cooking both ducks and goose, but
they differ essentially only in sauces
and dressings or in the way they are
treated after the first cooking.
Braised Duck with Turnips.
. W-icii anH mt two vouniT carrots,
two stalks celery, two turnips and
sidered in the coming year of 1918.
When have thete been so many calls
upon us for investments, and gifts
to various causes? We must respond
and we want to respond, but where
can the extra money come from for
most of us, except just from the other
lines of expense? How much more
sensible it is to plan ahead in black
and white and not trust to luck as
we go along?
Certain people who have studied
household expenditures have set up
cuidenosts for apportioning an in
come. The smaller the income the
larger the proportion of it must be
spent for "food; and vice versa, the
larger the income the greater the pro
portion left for advancement, ine
suggested per cent for a moderate in
come of $1,200 to $2,500 are:
Food. 25 per cent.
Shelter, 20 per cent.
Clothing, 20 per cent.
Operating expenses, IS per cent.
Advancement, 20 per cent.
These figures are not new and I
rather doubt if the food expenditure
now could be kept down to 25 per
cent on a $1,200 income.
The very best method of making a
budget is to analyze one's expendi
tures for the past year and make your
own per cents for the coming year.
Then at the end of the year compare
actual expenditures with estimates.
You may find your per cents satisfac
tory or you may have to adjust the
per cents for the next year. The chief
value of suggested per cents is for
purposes of comparison.
The stumbling block first of all is
lack of knowledge of actual expendi
tures. There is but one path to uch
knowledge, and tha is through accu
rate household accounts.
(Tuesday How to keep household
one large onion in large pieces. Put
in a braising pan and cover with
slices of ham. On this, place the
duck trussed and ready for roasting.
Add two cups of water and dust all
with pepper, salt, nutmeg and pars
ley, cut fine. Cover and simmer un
til duck is tender. Fry a dozen small
peeled yellow turnips in hot fat
When duck is cooked remove
skewers and place the duck upon a
hot platter. Arrange the turnips
around it. Season the gravy and pour
over the duck. Serve.
Salami of Duck.
Prepare two prime young ducks.
Remove legs at the second joint.
Then the wings. Make two pieces
each of the breast and back. Arrange
pieces in a baker. Sprinkle with one
cup finely chopped celery, two bay
leaves, a few shakes of paprika. Pre
pare one pint of stock with chicken
bouillon cubes. Pour this stock over
the duck. Cover and bake, turning the
pieces as necessary while cooking.
When the duck is tender, the pan
should be dry. Place duck on hot
platter. Make gravy in pan by adding
two tablespoons oleomargarine and
two tablespoons of flour to pan and
stirring until flour is cooked and
browned. Add one pint of stock or
water, stir and allow to boil. Add
two tablespoons of tomato catsup, a
teaspoon of salt, an eighth teaspoon
of pepper and a half can of mush
rooms. Pour the gravy over the
salami. Garnish with olives and bits
of red currant jelly and serve at once.
To Roast a Goose.
Singe, remove down, wash, draw,
wash in cold water, wipe, stuff, truss,
sprinkle with salt and pepper and
place very thin slices of fat pork over
the breast. Place on rack and bake
in a covered dripping pan until tender,
basting every 15 minutes with the fat
in the pan. Remove the pork the last
15 minutes of cooking. When ten
der, place on a large hot platter, re
move jkewers, garnish with water
cress and red cranberries and serve
with apple sauce or fried apples.
"Green Goose" is roasted without
Use on of the following stuffings:
Potato Stuffing: Two cups hot
mashed potatoes, one and one-quarter
cups soft stale bread crumbs, one
quarter cup bacon (ground), one-half
cup onions (chopped fine), one-third
cup oleomargarine, one egg, two
teaspoons salt and one teaspoon sage
Method: To the potato add crumbs,
egg, oleomargarine, salt and sage,
then pork and onion.
Sauerkraut Stuffing Method: Wash
the sauerkraut thoroughly, through
two waters, drain and stuff into goose.
Apple Stuffing: Wash, pare, core
and quarter sour apples, stuff into
body cavity of goose. Fill the breast
cavity with chestnuts, prunes or
oysters as preferred.
Dr. Margaret Carraway ha been
elected president of the board of
health of Harrison county, Missis
sippi, one of the first women in the
south to receive such distinction.
Her Whole Soul Bursts
With Patriotism, She Says
Sacrifices City Luxury to
Join Troop Headed for
Camp and Boys.
By EYRE POWELL.
CAMP FUNSTON.-A diminutive
auburn-haired miss walked into
the Gillette hotel at Manhattan,
the rapidly-growing colony of sol
diers' womenfolk near here, yester
day. Of striking beauty, her garb
was New Yorkese to the minute and
she carried a chic swaggerstick with
beauty, style ' nor the stick that9mus;ical Production, she was under
brought forth "Ohs" and "Ahs" as she
tripped across (he lobby, however.
The reasons, two of them, were a pair
of trim le , ahem, ankles, smartly
wrapped in regulation soldier's spiral
Three languid-eyed beauties loung
ing in easy chairs cast one glance,
showed immediate signs of animation
and departed in the direction of an
army outfitter's. Today six maids
have appeared in the new style and it
is predicted that by tomorrow the rush
will completely deplete the local put
The maid whose fad has attracted
so much attention is Miss Glen Dar
ling of Chicago, who introduced it
for the first time in the east and has
now shown it to the middle west,
creating, it is said, one of the most
distinctive military styles of the sea
son. Patriotic Motive.
Miss Darling's appearance at Fun
ston was due to unusual patriotic mo
tives. In the cast of a big Chicago
Place your order today because every mem
ber of your family will want some.
There's always a dealer close
N ineteen eighteen has arrived with all good things In season.
I ncrease of prices cannot be helped, for there is a great reaiton.
Near and far there comes the cry: "Help to win this war!"
E ntrust us to make the prices right, we can do no more.
T his year we'll show our patriotism, the same as in the past,
E ntreating you to "Hooverir.e," so long as war ehnll last.
E nough can be bought to carry without hoarding in the home
N ow see if we cannot co-operate, this cannot be done alone.
E very brand we have In stock is of the very best,
I mported or domestic, they all will stand the tent-
G o where you will you cannot find assortment that is better,
H owever hard you are to please, we'll please you to the letter.
The WASHINGTON MARKET stands today for all things on the square.
E specially to our customers, we always treat them fair.
E xperienced t lerks to wait on you, all are clean and n?at.
Now don't forget our address, 1407 Dougla Street.
Choice 'Sirloin Steak, lb 22Vsc
Choice Porterhouse Steak, lb 22c
Choice Round Steak, lb 22'ac
Choice Pot Roast, lb 18c, 17',e
Choice Rump Roast, lb 17C
Choice Rib Roast, lb 20c
Rib Boiling Beef, lb 12',jc
Pure Lard, per lb 28c
Fresh Leaf Lard, per lb 27c
Lean Perk Chops, lb 24c
Extra Fancy Veal Roast, per lb. .20c, 25c
Hindquarters Spring Lamb, lb. . . .243e
Eorequarters Spring Lamb, lb..,.19c
Regular Hams, half or whole, lb..25c
Nomis Pancake Flour, pkg 10c
One of tha Largest Mall Order Houses in the Middle West.
United States Food Administration License Number G-27634.
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study to one of its stars, with every
prospect of a quick jump to stardom
herself. Her salary was large, every
comfort of a big city was hers, but,
as she explains it, she felt that she
must do her bit to help in these times
of war. Her ability was centered in
her agile feet and pleasing person
ality, and in order to apply her tal
ents where they rrfight aid the sol
diers' cause ishe resigned her position
in the east and joined a theatrical
company formed to come to the camp
for the amusement of the boys who
are training fpr the trenches.
Vermont to Be Vacationless
To bring commencement earlier in
the spring and enable students to get
at agriculture earlier in the summer,
the Vermont division reports that the
schools and colleges there are being
urged to save time and money by hav
ing no vacations.
The women of Finland have had
full equal suffrage since 1907, and the
right to sit in Parliament.
Here is the Special Ice
Cream dessert we have
planned for next Sunday,
the first Sunday in the
Sugar Cured Breakfaxt Bacon, lb..3S1,c
Fresh Beef Tongue, per lb 25c
Fresh Sweet Breads, per lb 30c
Good Oleomargarine, lb 25c
Mixed Nuts, per lb 19c
Caifornia Celery, stalk ........ .7'2C, 10c
Extra Fancy Head Lettuce, each 10c
.Extra Fancy Oranges, dozen, 25c and up
All Brands Creamery Butter, lb 49c
Kamo Soup, all kinds, per can 10c
California Apricots, Peaches, Plumu, in
Syron, 2 cans for 25c
Large Mason Jars of Olives, each. . . .25c
Large Mason Jars of Mincemeat. .. .25c
Ground Bones for chickens, 6 lbs... 25c
TUB AfiDOl we ST
Problem Play, Shown at
, Lothrop Tonight, Was
I l'ot Endorsed by Censor
I The Lothrop theater comes under
I the ban of the censor tonight in con
j nection with the special family pro
I grams instituted by the Woman's
i club. A problem play, which Mrs.
! V. S. Knight of the better films com
i mittee would not endorse, will be
Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treas
' ure Island," with a great many chil-
dren in the caste, will be pictured at
I the Muse theater Saturday morning
i for the children's matinee. Marguer
I ite Clark in the Bab series is the
! most popular film for the week-end
programs. eat) s Matinee Idol will
be shown at the Strand and another
Bab story at the Besse on the South
bide Saturday at 1 o clock.
The Apollo theater will also show
a Bab picture tonight for the special
familv program. The Suburban will
have Baby Marie Osborne in "The
Little Patriot," the Hamilton Mary
1'ickford in Rebecca of Sunnybrook
rami and the Rohlff Harold Lock
wood in "Under Handicaps."
First lot of Old Gold
Dropped Into Melting
Pot Sent to Smelters
The first lot of old gold jewelry
dropped into the melting pots in the
Baird building and Brown's jewelry
store for the benefit of the war relief
surgical dressings fund was taken to
the smelters Thursday by Miss Nan
nie Richardson and Miss Gertrude
Young. The gold will be melted free
of charge and the proceeds used to
purchase materials for the hospital
"The response has been so generous
we shall retain the melting pots long
er, to be refilled." said Miss Richard
son. "Many of the articles given
were almost too good tc be melted,
but they were given for that purpose,
so we will do it."
Gold spoons, nuggets, eye glass
frams, pencils, rings with the sets
removed, and other odds and ends
were included in the donations.
Get the Saving
YOU PAY YOURSELF WHEN TRADING WITH US BY THE SAVINGS YOU MAKE
You Gat Reduced Prices at tha Basket Stores. No Need to Wait for Specials.
Wa Hava Orar 300 Prices Lower Than Other Grocara Every Day. ' ' -
Krispy Corn Flakea, per pkg Be
Milk, Iowa or Wilson, tall can. . . ,12Vic
Tomatoes, No. 2 can 14c
Tomatoes, No. 2', can ....17c
Peas, Early June, per can ...13c
Corn, Splendid Grade, per can 12c
Hoosier Belle Pork and Beana 13c
Advance Pork and Beans, No. 2 can. .13c
Hominy or Pumpkin, large can He
Prunes, 40-10, per lb 18c
Seedless Raisine, 16-os. pkg 16c
Seedless Raisins, bulk, per lb.... 14c
Chocolate, Tip, Vi-lb. pkg 19c
Chocolate, Walter Baker's, Vs-lb. pkg.,
Independent, that delicious blend that
has the taste that satisfies the most
exacting coffee lovers, lb 29c
Cash Habit, another good blend
per lb., at 25c
Tea Uncolored Japan, 80s grade, lb. 48c
May Bloaaom or Cash Habit. s lb.. 23c
Cocoa, Webb Ground 21e
Cocoa, Tip, Vt lb 20c
Drinkett, Kellofg's 21e
United Statat Food Administration Licensa No. G-28403.
BASKET STORES COMPANY
Forty-two Stores Omaha, Lincoln and Council Bluffs. Over 300 Pricet Lower Than Other Grocara.
THE VOICE OF WISDOM TODAY
At never before says to everyone: "see to it that your money it spent wisely and wall," in a word,
where it will go to the farthest quality, honest weight and maatura considered.
Your Money Will Go Farther at STEIN'S Than Anywhere Else.
m hi $2
rppQ Fresh Country, 49
LUU0 Storage 36
16-o)!. Condensed Milk, can UH"
7 bars Laundry Soap 2 Be
Sun Bright Cleanser, pkg 4c
Swift's Pride Washing Powder 4c
K. C. Baking Powder, reg. 25c sizn
K. ('. Kaking Powder, reg. 16o size
Pot 171 a Round oAa Sirloin on Veal oo
Roast... I f V2C Steak ZUC Steak ZUC Steak LLZ
Rib Oft VeaI 171 Veal 00s Pressed A
Roast ZUC Roast... 172 C Chops ZZC Chicken .... ZZC
Choice Rib Roll Roast, lb. . .22
Choice Beef Stew, per lb. . .12 Me
Filled at Above
At the New Public Market
1917 Milk-Fed Spring Chicken,, at Wholei&Ie Price
PIG PORK LOINS, PER LB ,.19c
Steer Portethoun Stentt. lb 21l,'c
Steer Round Steak, lb X2VC
Steer Sirloin Steak, lb 11 Vie
Pteer Vot Roniit. lb IT Vie, 19V,e
Steer Roiling Beef, lb 13VC
Steer Shoulder Stetk, lb 1B"C
Steer Rib Rott. lb !7',e
PUT Pork Rot. lb a3Vtc
VMr Pork ButU, lb 25 ' ,e
Young Ve! Choni, lb..., l'tc
Young Veal Roait, lb HVe
Money-Saving Grocery Department
Blue Bell Flour, 48.1b. aaoka .$1.80
Beat 'Em All Soap, bar 25c
Diamond C Soap, 7 ban 25c
Sunbrite Clcanaer. ( vane 28e
Morgan'a Sapolio, 3 cakea lSe
Skinner's Macaroni, Noodles, Spaghetti,
.1 pkga., for 25c
Bulk Quaker Oata, 4 lbs. for 25c
Hand 1'icked White Nay Peans. lb.. 15c
Jello. assorted flavors, S pkga 28c
Campbell's Soups, all varieties, can.. 1 2c
15c quality cans Corn, Peas or Tomatoes.
per can, at ,12c
Butter, Eggs and
Kanoy Elgin Butter, lb. .
Fancy Wedgewood Butter, lb..
Fresh Country Butter. In 2-lb. rolls
per lb., at
Fresh Country Butter. In tubs, lb
Cooking Butter, per lb
Peanut Butter, per lb
New York Cream Cheese, lb
Regular 16c pkgs. Graham Crackers and
Salted Crispy Crackers, special for Sat'
urday. 2 pkga.. for 25c
Fancy Jonathan Apples, box 11.60
Fancy White Idaho Potatoes (It lbs. to
the peck), per peck 38c
Fancy Red Globe Onions, t lbs 10a
Cabbage, 8 lbs 10c
Fancy Head Lettuce, each 7c and 9c
The Above Prices Also Prevail At Our Branch Store
THE EMPRESS MARKET
113 South 16th St Phone Douglas 2307.
M.fe Floor Pint
When calling on Bee advertisers
CASH AND JOY DEBT AND WORRY
8 lbs. Corn meal 38c
Fancy Blue Roae Rice, an extra value,
per lb., 9c; 3 lbs., for 28c
Bread, 16-os. loaf 8c
Appla Butter, 38-oi. Jar 24c
Oil Sardines, , else Vc
Salmon, Red Alaska, tall can 28c
Salmon, Sockeye, 1 -lb. can 33c
Crackers, Graham, bulk , 16c
Crackers, Soda or Oyster, per lb.... 18e
Aunt Jemima er Tip Pancake Flour.. 13c
Treats for Your Sunday Dinner
From Corn-Fed Beef
Round Steak, 28c Sirloin 28c
Porterhouse, 27c Flank Steak, ,27c
Shoulder Pot Roast, lb 16c, 18c
Rib Roast, lb 20a
Rib Rolled, lb 28c
Beef Tenderloin, lb 27c
Roast Skinned Ham, lb 30c
Skinned Hams, per lb ...,30c
Regular Hams, lb 26c
Cal. Hams, lb 26c
Crlsco 40c, 60c, $1.60, 62.40
Maiola 13c, 30c, 87c, $1.10, $2.11
We make all our own sausage fresh
kVelnles 20o Franks 20c
Bologna 18c Berlin Ham.. 27c
Minced Ham 22c
Uo Chill Con-Carnl, tan lOe
16-oz. pkg. "Not-a-8eed" Raisins,
No. 2 Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
per can 12 He
No. 2 Fancy Early June Peas, per ran,
No. 3 Fancy Silver State Tomatoes,
per can 15c
No. 3 cans Bartlett Pears
No. 3 cans Yellow Cling Peaches
No. 3 cans Yellow Free Peaches .
No. 3 cans Sliced Peaches
No. 3 cans Hawaiian Pineapple .
In Extra Heavy Syrups.
I Choice BeefBoil, per lb., ,.12sc
Choice Sauer Kraut, per lb... 5c
STEIN'S GROCERY , AND MEAT MARKET
213 S. 24th St., Between Farnam and Douglas Streets.
Phone Douglas 2514.
Young Veal Stew, lb t3He
Number One Mutton Lefts, lb 23i
Fancy Mutton Chop, lb 22 e
fancy Mutton Roast, lb ...lV,e
Mutton Stew, S tba., for 25 e
Regular Kama, per lb 27 Vie
Skinned Hama (Sugar Cured) lb.. 28 ',4 c
Swift'a Premium Hama, lb..... 31c
Armour Star Hama, lb 29VC
Armour Shield Number On Bacon
per lb., at 41 e
Sugar Cured Bacon, per lb. .37 Je
Fancy Head Rice, 3 lbs .XSe
Log Cabin Syrup, per can. ........ .23e
Qt. jars Beat Appla Butter, jar 28c
Ford Dates, new stock, lb 28c
Tall cans Pet, Carnation or Wilson' Milk.
2 cana for 25c
Fancy Honey, per frame 20c
Fancy Dried Apricots, lb 26c
Kancy Dried Peaches, lb lc
Ksncy 4-Crown Raisins, lb, 15c
r'ancy Sultana Raiains. lb 18c
Extra Special Large California Prunes,
put up In 10. lb. boxea $1.78
Best Brick Cheese, lb ,...32 Vie
Cottage Cheese, lb..... 12 Vic
Mine Meat, per lb .20c
Cream of Nut Rutterine, lb 30c
Also Fresh Milk. Cream and Whipping
Cream at all times.
Also Swift's Premium, Snowflake, Lily
and Marigold Oleomargarine,
SOMETHING NEW A DellCIOUi Sun
shine Creation, special for Saturday,
per lb., at ,28c
Sunshine Fruit Cake, lb.
Hot House Radishes. 8 bunches lOe
Young Carrots and Onions, bunch.... Be
Pascal Celery, at Be
Large Soup Bunches...... ,.4
Old Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips or
Rutabagas, per lb .2Vic
Natl. Bank BuiUinf.
tell therrt you saw their ad. in The Bee, jijjft
It Pays to
Carry It Home
Sunbrite Cleanser, can, 4c t 3 cans.
Brltt'a Powdered Ammonia..,;.,,.
P. A C. Naptha Soap, 7c S for, .. .
Old Dutch Cleanser
Ivory Soap, large bar
Excel Soap, per bar
Palm Olive Soap, bar
Cecoanut Oil or Pumice, bar
Sapolio, bar, Sc $ bar for ....... ,
Toileteer, per can.........
Arab Chief Dates, 9c; 3 for
Ripe Olives, quart, 31c; pint
Plain Olives, 24-os. Jar..
Psanut Butter, per glass...
. . .Be
Kara Corn Syrup, 1-Ib. can.... 14c
Karo Corn Syrup, 8-lb. can. ..... ,42c
Kara Corn Syrup, 10-lb. can 79c
Tip Baking Powder, makes prixe-win-nlng
bakings, per lb. can ISc
Royal Coeoanut, per pkg 7c
Tinted Tip 0(eo, lb. pkg 32c
White Tip Oleo, lb. pkg 31c
Cash Habit, lb. pkg 29c
Magnolia, 2-lb. roll 82c
Mince Meat, bulk, per lb 11c
(guaranteed) . .
3 large Loaves Fresh Bread SJe
KAMO SOUPS, pr can lOe
Te-Co Pancake Flour, pkg 10a
Uanaronl, Spaghetti, Noodles, per
5-o. roll Toilet Paper, 7 rolls 2 So
10-os. roll Toilet Paper, 4 rolls tie
lilrJ's-cya Matches, 6 boxes 25e
Quaker Oats, per pkg llo
Choice Fresh Homemade Ham
burger Steak, per lb. . . ... . . 15c
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