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Cor. 8th and East Capitol Stmts
Phone Lincoln 1QJ.
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' Finest Fruits and Vegetables,
Cancy Home Dressed Poultry;
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I THE THOMAS A. CANNON COMPANY, Incorporated
I 76-84 CENTER MARKET
C We take especlsl care with your orders, giving- you the .very beat
quality of goods at the right price, believing that In so doing we will
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Phone Col. 458.
Fresh Home-Grown Vegetables,
High-Grade Groceries and
Fresh Country Eggs
The store -nlth one aim to please.
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OF ALL KINDS
Phone Us Your Order.
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Provisions. Ojsters. and
Fish in Season.
1W XL'S MARKET
: f K. W. N. 2226.
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a Je Grocery Store.
M. BRILL. PROP.
Florida Ave. N. W.
lete line of high-grade gro
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" courteous, and prompt serv
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You'll Like Our Goods
arid Our Service
aja a complete line of groceries
Cor. Georeia Ave. and
Shepherd St. Northwest
Tel. Col. 4038.
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Of Highest Crado.
Of All Kinds.
And all the household necessities.
Prompt and courteous service is our
C. D. ALLEY.
4lh and A Sts. S. E.
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You'll like the goods and serv
ice 01 the
NEW JERSEY Market
Groceries, fresh and salt meats
always good, always fresh, always
E. J. HOURIHANE
S. E. Cor. 4lh & N Sis. N.W.
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Best Goods Best Service
Fill your market basket here
and vou are assured of prime
qualities, absolute cleanliness,
and modest prices.
100 Sixth Street S. E.
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You Will Be
W. E. BELL
131 E St. S. E.
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NEW CANNES GOOBS
M. C. LIPSCOMB, Prop.
9 Second St. N. E. L. 703
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Visit the I Street Market
1608 - St N. W.
Choice Line of Meats,
Groceries and Vegetables.
Price Right. Sen-ice Good.
Telephone North 2126.
1608 U St. N. W.
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(THE BIG STORE.)
Everything In Fresh Meats, Provl
slons. and Select Marketing.
We direct special attention to our
own Drana 01 sanoeam Coffee. Oft
Quality always the same; lb 3UC
Sherman Ave. and Park Road
Phone CoL 3326
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The Famous Market
4th and Eye Streets N. W.
Telephone M. 2968.
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PURE CANDY and CAKE
Fruit and Pound Cake, !0o lb.
SI crallon. EOe U.traltn
Free Demeiy. n. 2238.
1009 New York Ave. N.W.
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And at the same time save money
on your groceries and provisions.
13th and M Sts. N.W.
Phone North 807
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Staple and Fan
H. Z. HEIST
300 E STREET N. E.
'Phons Lincoln 1624
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A writer on hygiene has said that
"the modern kitchen Is a. refinery,
a laboratory and disinfection sta
tion and & factory."
With the kitchenette habit less
and less attention is paid to sun
light; Instead of being the cheeriest
room In the house, the kltohen Is
often the darkest and worst venti
lated. While it Is not always possible to
get the Ideal kitchen, the woman
who rents a house should see that
It Is not shaded by balconies, that
the range Is not In some dark al
cove where light and air never
reach, and that the sink has proper
drainage and is free from back
boards where grease can lodge.
In building a house stint on
woodwork and furnishings rather
than on the kitchen. It should be
built with at least two windows,
preferably so there may bo a cross
draft, and a third small window
above the range to give light and
let odors escape.
Rounded corners, paneled walls,
and tiled floors make the Ideal fur
nishings for a kitchen, as dust and
germs have fewer lurking places.
If that Is beyond one's means, have
a hard plaster wall flush with wide,
tight-fitting bsseboard, and give all
a coat of light colored paint once
a year. Have the paint enameled.
First & You Streets N. W.
The Grocery and Meat Market Where
High Quality and Low Prices
Always the choicest eatables, alwajs courteous and prompt
why it pays to buy your table supplies here.
40c Coffee, pound
Campbell's Tabasco Ketchup, 3
Campbell's Tomato Ketchup, 3
1 12c Can Tomatoes.
1 13c Can Peas
1 10c Can Corn
Washington dressed Beef,
and Pork my specialty.
Buckles to the Fore.
Big buckles are emphatically to the
rore this season. They are to be worn
upon all manner of hats save those in
tended for really ceremonious occasions
as a fastening for evening wraps and
as clasplngs for girdles and collars upon
Therefore if money Isn't an object, be
sure to look about tho shops for a real
v smart buckle or set of buckles. Tou
will find them a-plenty, but tho smart
est of them are of square, oblong, or
oval shape In chased or jewel-set silver
or gold: in Russian enamei; in iois
onna on metal: in hand-painted cfilna.
unrt in lane. Some of the handsomest
buckles are of a fabric like cloth of
nM or silver heavily embroidered; of
old French tapestry threaded with me
tallic strands and or nana-emDroioerea
velvet or satin.
Tf vnu cannot afford to buy a. hand-
some big buckle and haven't the cour
age to try to fashion one of a fabric
search among the Jtninks . in .the. attlo
for an odd shoe buckle.
One of these in metal may bo polished
and run through with a strip of black
velvet ribbon, and there always Is the
chance that the aearcn may do rewara
i hv ths flndlns- .of a shoe buckle- in
English paste, than which there is no
smarter trimming lor a uuiorca nni
in beaver or velvet.
Making Corks Fit,
To maka corks fit in catsup botUes
take one that are a. little large and
boll them in clear water for 3 minutes.
This decreases their size. Insert them in
the mouths of tho botues while hot.
aa they expand in cooling, thus making
perfectly tight stoppers.
THE KITCHEN CLEAN
so tt may be washed frequently. A
hardwood floor Is nearly as costly
as a tiled one, so the average house
holder must fall back on linoleum.
It pays to get the best quality.
Do not stint on your sink. Delay
building If you must put In a wood
and lino abomination, which breeds
all sorts of germs. Solid porcelain
Is the first choice; next best Is por
celain lined with tile backing, but
even cast Iron Is better than wood.
The sanitary sink Is open all
around to light, and air, has a
continuous tiled backing, with no
crevices for dirt, and the waste
pipes must run separate from the
soil pipes clear to the house drain.
At the right side have a draining
board, and another at the left, even
If it must be hinged for the lack
Above the backboard of the sink
have a shelf or rod full of hooks
and & bit higher build In a closet
a Utile wider than the alng and six
Inches deep. Here can be stored
disinfectants, polishing materials,
cloths, egetable brushes, all the
things so Important to a germ-free
kitchen, yet often neglected because
they are not "handy."
There Is a growing fancy to heat
the kitchen by a radiator and do
away with a range In favor of a
gas stove. Managed well, this Is
no more expensive than coal, and
far more convenient. The sole dif
3 10c Cans Corn
25c Bottle Olives
20c Can Salmon
ALWAYS A SUPPLY OF FRESH COUN
The best the market affords in
meats and groceries.
23d and H Sts. N. W.
We aire Herald S3o00O contest votes.
ficulty la with hot water, which can
bo obviated by a patent water beat
er In the cellar or by coils under
If a range is used, whatever its
make, see that the ventilators are
ample and there Is provision for
light and air. Put In a dark cor
ner means either artificial lighting
or burned foods and cross cooks.
Utilize the wall space near the
range with shelves and hooks,
where can be stored some of the
pots, pans, ladles, and seasonings
always needed in cooking. If there
Is a. corner for a hanging clock
there will be less guessing In cook
ing. Also have a nail where 'lift
ers" may be fastened by an elastlo
hanger It is a big saving on tea
A convenience Is a narrow board
fastened to the wall at each side of
the cupboard, so that it leaves a
space behind to stow lids of stew
pans Another kitchen convenience Is a
hinged breadboard, with a cupboard
above It to hold baking pans, spices,
weights, cutters, rolling pins, fla
vorings eer thing at hand for
cake, pie. or bread making.
Remember, the aim of every
kitchen Is to save the cook steps.
The more this Is done the more
time she has to keep everything
sanitary Less than this Is a men
ace to family health.
service. These Specials show
I wonder whether tho attempt to In
troduce colored gloves wUl find favor In
this country? I was pleased tho other
day with the appearance of a pair of
duck egg blue kid gloves of three-quarter
length heavily stitched with black
silk, because they were a change from
the champagne, dove, and white that
one usually sees.
The worst of such an Innovation is
that it tempts those who love the bi
zarre .note in dress to wear more and
mora brilliant colors, and tho very bright
one are trying to the hands.
Otherwise thero is a distinct note of
smartness ' in the new colored gloves,
provided they intensify one of the color
schemes of dress or add to a black or
gray costume a note of definite bright
How to Save on Soap Bill.
Save all spare grease and heat on
back of the stove unUl lukewarm: then
strain. Empty the contents of a ltKcent
can of potash Into a quart of water
and stir until dissolved, and let stand
about an hour to cool. Into this put one
cupful of ammonia and one tablespoon
ful of borax, and then turn Into luke
warm grease and stir until thick: will
take about ten minutes. Thus, you see.
for about IS cents you realize about GO
cents worth of very good soap.
To Press Wrinkled Dmaes.
When pressing wrinkled dresses or
waists, I have found their looks to be
much Improved by having a cup with a
thin itarcn water In It on the ironlnc
board and using the starch water to
dampen the articles in, as I pressed
Best Best Fresh
3 lbs., $1.00 SOo doz.
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES.
Redman's White Front Market
916 La. Ave. N. W. Tel. M. 228 .
Our Coffee Roasted Every Day. Full Line of Choice Gro
ceries at Wholesale Prices. Free Delivery of All Orders over $1.
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I C. V. SPARROW
I 806 N. Capitol Street. Tel. L. 1366.
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Coma to the New Btore.
J. S. Gurevich
1501 S St. N. W.
Groceries and Home-Dressed Meats
And Provisions of Finest Quality
Orders called tor and delivered.
Phone North 135.
Branch Store, 12th & K N. W.
Phone Main SIS.
We live Herald SS3,000 contest votes.
Always the Best
Meats, vegetables, croceriea. and fruits
or every sort; delivered prompuy.
JOSEPH J. CAYLOR
1033 Sixth Street N. E.
We give Herald 133,000 contest votes.
The Groceries that
621 7th St. S. W.
Phone M. 6333.
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(F. M. HODGES, Prop.)
Dressed while you wait and abso
1800 T Street N. W.
Phone X. 23T.
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Win. H. Leimbach
Meats and Provisions
Game In Season
Cw. Sixth and 6 Streets S.W.
PHONE MAIN IBS.
Automobile for special delivery nae.
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BEE HIVE MARKET
Corn. 4 cans So
Evaporated ilUk. 3 cans .27c
Mixed Nuts, 2 lbs SSc
Salmon, tall can, 9c: 3 cans Sc
Stk and M Streets.
Phone N. 2394.
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$1.00 Qt. $3.50 Gal.
riKin Part. Shemr. Catawba. andr
Let us Hare Tour Sunday Order.
423 412 Street S. W.
TeL SKI Main.
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RED HEAD AND MAL
941 LA. AVE. M. W.
Phone M. 5TS.
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OmiTT & HUMMER
Most Complete Line of Gro
ceries, Meats, and Provisions.
Second and G Sts. N. E.
TeL Lin. 737.
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If it's good to eat,
We have it !
Groceries, Meats, Provisions,
Vegetables, Fruite, and Candies.
J. A. Keys.
3711 New Hampshire Avense.
Phone, Col. 3822.
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PROMPT IELIVERY SERVICE
Seventh and Eye S. W.
Phone M. 774.
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FAMOUS CHOCOLATE SOXTS,
The Box 10c
300 Fourteenth St. If. W.
Phone N. S6IL
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Boxes are redeemable for Herald
insurinc the most delieiom rmal.
ity to the consumer.
Meats and Vegetables.
11th & Kenyon Sts. N. W.
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'Always Sells the Best"
Tour table will be aupolled with the
daintiest, roost wholesome eatables the
market affords If you deal here.
Groceries and Delicatessen handled and
sold In a way to please particular people.
3534 14th St. N.W.
We a-tre Herald (36,000 contest votes.