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THE WASHINGTON HEHAID. "FRIDAY, JDLYi 26, 1912.
Redman's
White Front
Market
Fresh
Roasted
Coffee,
25c
Roasted while rou wait
Quality SBazantaed.
Auto Delivery Service to
AllParts of City.
916 La. Ave. Main 228
I If Y I Our FamoHs
J Manhattan
COCKTAILS
70c
FULL
QUART
FREE-
Bottl of Chrrls
'with Each Quart
MARYLAND WINE &
LIQUOR COMPANY
Kronheim of Georgetown.
3216 M St. W. 652
Free delivery to all parts of
city.
Best Food, Lowest Prices.
A combination that's hard to beat
Clean, wholesome foodstuffs, the
best the market affords, at lowest
market prices. See our regular
price list m this space every week.
k Library Market,
3d and A Sts. S. E. Lin. 416.
BEST ICE CREAM.
SI Gallon, or 50c
Half Gallon.
AH Kinds Fancy Cakes
Delivered for your Sunday Dinner.
Amrien's
Ice Cream Parlor,
1009 N.Y.Ave. Main 2238.
The Best the Market Af
fords at the Lowest
Retail Prices.
Our satisfied customers ore our twit
advertisement ueai with ui once,
you'll always be our customers.
Renshaw Bros.
13th and M Sts. N.W.
'Phone North 107
BUY YOUR
GROCERIES, MEATS,
AND PROVISIONS
All our meats are strictly home
dressed. Partridge Shoulders and Ba
con our specialty.
H. Z. HEIST
300 E STREET N. E.
'Phone Lincoln 1624
Notions and Dry Goods.
W. D. CO.
Special Blend
COFFEE, 25c LB.
W. D. BREAKFAST COFFEE, 28c LB.
The discriminating coffee user will find
an unusual flavor and aroma seldom
found except In the high-priced brands.
WASHINGTON MIRY CO.
840 Louisiana Ave.
Telephone Main DOS.
BEE MARKET
HIVE
Groceries, Meats, and Pro
visions.
Home Dressed Poultry.
1141 Sth Si. N. W. 1.2394.
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Fruits. Vegetables. Poultry
To b had at .
THE THOMAS A. CMIOR COMPANY, Incerperated
76-84 CENTER MARKET
Wo take especial care with your orders, giving- you the very best
quality of goods at the right price, believing that in so doing we will
secure jou for a regular customer.
Send us a trial order for your Sunday dinner.
Call by and see us, even If you are not In a position to buy now.
Tou will be sure to deal with us eventually.
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AUTH'S
LUNCH ROLL
Is made of lean, tender pieces
of pork mildly cured, stuffed
in linen containers, and boiled.
Far superior and more deli
cious than boneless ham, be
ing JUICY, MILD, and
SWEET.
Less Expensive Ho Waste
BAKED
MEAT LOAF
Is fine minced pork well
seasoned, and baked in an
oven, the most appetizing dish
for these hot summer days.
No more standing over a hot
stove to prepare your meals.
N.Auth Provision Co.
623 D Street S. W.
STANDS IN ALL MARKETS
r THE BIG STORE,
LITTLE PRICES
High-Class Groceries
and Provisions
OFFUTT Q HUMMER
Second and C Sts. N. C
Phone Lincoln 717.
EWALD'S
White Satin
BREAD
NONE BETTER AT
5c 5c
ALL GROCERS'
RISON'S
Speelal Fralt Sliee
Something new and delicious
Homemade
Bread. Cakes, and Pies.
2100 Pa. Are. TeL Test SB.
High-grade Groceri8s,Provisions,&c.
Everything; the best at less than ths
usual prices. Prompt, courteous service.
Edward F. Davis,
163 14th St N. W. Phone N. 6 J.
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Grocers
Very Best the Market Affords
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-- Milk.
We Have the Combination.
Col. 3473
C.V.Sparrow
rocenes and Meat)
Ices are right so are the
SPARROW'S
' homemade Bread and P
Pure Food.
806 N.Capitol Street
Win. fi. Leimbach
DEALER IN
Select Groceries,
Meats and Provisions
Game in Season
Cor. Sixth and G Streets S.W.
PHONE MAIN ins.
Automobile for special delivery use.
The Famous Market
FRESH MEATS
GROCERIES
AND PROVISIONS
M. E. COHEN, Prop.
4th and Eye Streets N. W.
Tel. M. 298S
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THIS SIGN MEANS
PURE MILK
CAPITOL MARKET
FINE FRUITS,
MEATS, PROVISIONS
M. C. LIPSCOMB, Prop.
9 Second St. N. E. L. 703
Tell Yonr Friends If We Please Yon.
J. WM. WEBER
Groceries, Table Luxuries, mad Meats.
Wines and Liquors.
401 H ST. N. E.
Phone East 103-K.
D.TORRE, Groceries
MEATS AND PROVISION&
Home Dressed Poultry and Game
In Season.
901UStN.W. Phone N. 687
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
STRICTLY
MILK PUDDING SAUCE.
Two eges, well beaten: one
large cup of sugar, five table
spoonfuls of boiling milk, one
half tablespoonful of corn starch
wet with a little milk, one table
spoonful butter, one teaspoonful
of spice. Rub the butter into
the sugar, add the beaten eggs,
and work all to a creamy froth,
wet the corn starch and put in
next with the spice; finally, pour
in very slowly the boiling milk,
beating well all the time, pour
in a pan, set within a saucepan
of boiling water five minutes,
stirring all the while, but do not
let the sauce boil. This is an
excellent sauce for bread or
other simple puddings.
BAKED CALF'S HEART.
Soak the heart three hours in
cold water, remove the muscles
from the inside, take out every
atom of blood make a stuffing
as follows: One cup of bread
crumbs, one tablespoonful of
melted butter, half teaspoonful
salt, mix thoroughly and stuff
the heart; tie it together with
string so the stuffing cannot get
out simmer until tender, then
place in a baking pan, baste with
melted butter and water in
which the heart was cooked and
brown in the oven.
STUFFED ONIONS.
Feel large onions and boil in
slightly salted water until ten
der, cut out the heart of onion
and fill the space with any kind
of cold meat chopped fine and
seasoned. To each pint of meat,
add one egg and one-half a cup
of milk. When the onions are
filled put a small lump of butter
on each, cover with bread
crumbs and bake. Spanish onions
are very nice baked this way.
SPICED BEEF.
Four pounds of raw beef
chopped with one-half pound of
suet, add one cupful of bread
crumbs, one teaspoonful of but
ter, two eggs, four tablespoons-
ful of cream, one-half teaspoon
ful salt, one teaspoonful season
ing, mix all this thoroughly and
form into a loat, using Hour to
bind it, bake in a pan in a mod
erately heated oven and baste
often with butter and water.
Serve cold, cut in thin slices,
garnish with slices of lemon.
VEAL OMELET.
Three pounds of veal chopped
fine, six rolled crackers, three
well beaten eggs, two table
spoonsful of cream, salt, and
seasoning. Mix all thoroughly;
form into a loaf, put into a pan
and bake slowly, baste often with
butter and water, bake one and
a half hours, garnish with hard
boiled eggs cut in rings.
CHICKEN JELLY.
Cut the fowl as for fricassee,
boil until tender, take out the
chicken and chop it into small
pieces, then to the broth add
pepper and salt. Dissolve one
half ounce of gelatine and stir
it with the broth in a bowl.
When it begins to congeal add
the chicken and pour it into a
mold; when solid turn on a plat
ter, garnish with sprigs of cel
ery a very pretty disn.
STUFFING FOR FISH.
Mix with two cups of bread
crumbs one scant teaspoonful of
seasoning, two tablespoonsful
butter, a few oysters, two well
beaten eggs, salt to taste.
FULL MEASURE
FREE
2-LB. SACK PILLSBURY FLOUR
Early Rose Potatoes, pk. . . 30c
Cliquot Ginger Ale, doz...$1.00
Legs of Spring'Lamb, lb.. 20c
Cream Blend" Flour, 6 lbs. . 20c
10 Bars Ivory Soap 45c
Guaranteed Fresh Eggs. Full Line of Groceries.
Poultry Vegetables and Eggs received from my own farm
daily.
R. J. L ALEGER ? w
PROMPT DELIVERY.
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PIERPONT MARKET
Home-dressed
Bfeef, Lamb,
Veal
200 G Street Northwest
Phone M. Kt&
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The Purest Made
Delicious H
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2006 1 4th St. N. 3681
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ALRO GIN
FOR
RICKEYS
LARGE 80C BOTTLE
IF IT'S GOOD I HAVE IT.
S. GUGGENHEIM
1631 14th tt. N. W.
N. 813
12 p. m.
CD EC FOR FRIDAY
rUCL AND SATURDAY
3-lb, Sack of PllUbnry Flour to AU
Customers.
SPECIAL COFFEE 25c
SUGAR CIREI HAMS - - 17c
CREAMERY BUTTER - - 31c
J. M. ANNADALE
Choice 3Ii-l. ProTtilons, and
Vegetables.
1209 H St N. EX L. 153
BANG!
HIGH PRICES GONE
Finest Sutrar Cured Hams 17c
Absolutely Pure Preserves 15c
Large Can Select Tomatoes ipc
Pure Grape Juice ITHc
Olhes. wc Size lc
H-lb. can Wilbur's Cocoa 15c
L. F. LUSBY,
Cor. Sth an J E. Capilol Sts.
Lincoln 1S11
A Little Better
At a Little Less
SELECT GROCERIES .
AND PROVISIONS.
Porton's Market
15thSt.andMd.Ave.N.E. L.2060
E
CONOMY MEAT MARKET
tVe have solved the problem of
high cost of living by keeping
down our prices, and selling:
more goods Fresh Meats, Fish,
and Groceries.
400 THIRD STTIEET JT. W.
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY ONLY
Early Harvest Apples, 4
Pk
Home Grown Tomatoes,
J4pk
Philadelphia Jumbo Squab.
15c
15c
35c
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Goldberg's
Market
Groceries, Meats,
and Provisions
Mrs. Jennie Goldhers;, Prop.,
3077 M St. W. 466
F. B. McGIVERN
Fine Groceries and Provisions.
Beef. Lamb. Veal. Mutton, and
Pork. Smoke. Salt, and Corned
Beef a Specialty.
Try our "Partridge
Brand" Hams
"NUF CED."
2 QHincy Place N. E. N. 2429
Free Delivery.
BEER
.75c
WINE
Ohio Port. Sherry. Cataw
ba, and Blackberry, gallon....
75c
Let us Have Your Sunday Orders.
Beaver's
423 412 Street S. W.
M.5192
GET THE HABIT
DRINK
Lemon Cola
BOTTLED BT
SAJTL. a PALMER CO,
W. ISO.
GARDEN'S
MARKET
Leg of Lamb llHc
Bound Steak 16o
Loin Pork Chops ltc
Sirloin Steak ISc
633 E STREET SOUTHEAST
Phone L. 575.
Established 1868
Elphonzo Youngs
Company
428 Ninth Street
Phone Main 1858.
2315-2317 18th St
Phone Columbia 86.
Groceries
Wholesale and Retail
PHONE MAIN 6463
FOR
High-class Sroceries, Meats, Provisions
Connecticut Market
WAIII, A CO.
Crab Meat in
Season
SEA' FOOD OF "ALU KINDS.
Our reputation for giving a
square deal has been built by our
thousands of oleased customers.
Buy from us once you trade with.
us always.
CLAXTON'S
FISH MARKET
R. W. CXAXTON, Prop.,
HCA LA. AVE. K. W.
Phone M. 579.
ON NELLY'S
GROCERIES, WINES,
AND LUNCHEON
SPECIALTIES
BRADDOCK RYE
Distillery Bottling.
JAS. E. PEPPER
DISTILLED 1S04.
$1 Bot.
51.25
Qt
Fine Cluster Raisins, 25c per
package.
Golden Gate Orangeade, 25c
bottle.
Dale's Pineapple Juice, 25c bot-
JAS. A. DONNELLY
Pure Food Products.
Gor. 14th and Eye Sts. N. W.
PHONE M. 7096.
FREE DELIVERY.
Saturday's Bargain
Finest Virginia Claret
Per Bottle, 25c
5 Bottles $1.00
The Murphy Wine Co.,
12th&OSts. N.W.
A. W. TAYLOR
SEA FOOD
Eastern Market
'Phone Orders Promptly At
tended to. Lincoln 2207
Atwell Market I
j Most up-to-date market la the tt
j neighborhood.
I GROCERIES.MEATS,
I PROVISIONS.
g Nothing but first class goods. JJ
tt Free dellverj. 11
jj W. E. OLINGER. Prop.. jj
318 MSI. N.W. H. 2226.
BUCKINGHAM
I Candies
Ice Cream
I Bakery Products?
229-31 Pa. Ave. S. E. t
J Phone L. 21
THE
COMPLETE MARKET
Wholesale Wines and Liquors.
Old California Port. (IF. DI
Old California Sherry. Hn DOT.
Fine Catawba Wine... ww
90c GALLON.
Fancy Georgia Watermelons. 35c up.
Extra Fancy Georgia Peaches.
P. K. CHAC0NAS
9th and La. Ave. N. W. M. 110
The Best of Meats
AND
Table Luxuries
FINE ELGIN BUTTER
A SPECIALTY.
DRURY'S MARKET
238ESI.N.E. L497
VMHS

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