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The Topeka state journal. [volume] (Topeka, Kansas) 1892-1980, November 28, 1911, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL
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THANKSGIVING SPECIALTIES AND NECESSITIES
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MEADOW GOLD the best Creamery.
PARKSDALE best country butter made better.
Each in our own air-tight, odor and dust-proof sealed carton which preserves its goodness
unimpaired.
MEADOW-GOLD is in solid packed packages or in quarters, each quarter separately wrapped.
Why the wide use of these two butters ? Each is the best of its class.
Why used by the hotels and restaurants and dining-car systems ?
Because of uniform goodness and dependability. Ask your grocer.
The Continental Creamery Co.
Topeka, Kansas
What Is The Use
of spending 25 or 30 dollars to be well-dressed
for Thanksgiving? Phone Ind. 1071 to call and
get that soiled suit. When we return it clean
ed and pressed, your friends will not know it
from a new one. A trial is convincing.
Superior Cleaning and Dye Works
115 E. 5th. Ind. 1071 Dunton & Gaskins
MEET ME AT
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Cafe
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Fhanksgiving Dinner
107 East 8th St.
Ind. Phone 890
CREDIT! rneTS
Those who appreciate the signifigance of our Liberal
Credit Offer wiil certainly take advantage of this
great opportunity to get new Clothes for Thanksgiving
A Small Payment Down and $1.00 per week clothes
the entire family. Open an account with us.
4 WS'I1, RIDGLEY'S Manag7met
Eshom's Blue Print Mush
MUSH
Absolutely Pure,
Healthful and
Wholesome
Price
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MUSH
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Every Package to
Give Satisfaction
Price IOC
AT ALL GROCERS AND MEAT MARKETS
Delicious Breakfast Food
' PREPARED TO FRY
W FHEN ORDERING
h i that Turkey, Chicken,
V Goose or Duck don't for
get some of that nice,
crisp, dwarf Celery and some of
those large juicy Cranberries. And
then you will want some nice Fruit
and Nuts. We have plenty and all
kinds.
J. J. LANNAN
312-314 East Fourth Street
Phones 304
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She asks: 'fMl ' '
after dinner?" WM'J'fiy ' I
Meadow
2 old.
Feed Your Horse Well
These Thanksgiving
Times
We have what you want and
we want your order.
How About Buckwheat Flour?
We have It Pure and Alright.
D. O. COE
119 E. 6th St.
Of Course
You'll Have
Tf W. II.
tvimce Jrie
Thursday
Says He:
"Yep, if there's a good
gun and any of that
Robin Hood Ammunition
left at
H. B. HOWARD'S
710 Kansas Avenue"
Load up now for your Thanksgiving
Day Hiuit avoid the rush.
Is this your recipe?
We hope so.
To half a cup of flour add
scant half teaspoonful of salt,
two large tablespoonsful O. K.
lard ; chop lard with silver fork ;
pour over lard 1-3 cup cold wa
ter; squeeze up together, work
ing as little as possible. Roll out
and use 1 pint Kaw Valley Mince
Meat for filling.
We guarantee success, if this suggestion
is followed.
There's nothing in the world that will
take the place of lard in a pie crust
Nor
KAW VALLEY
MINCE MEAT
for a rich, delicious filler?
Whipping Cream
FOR
Thanksgiving Dinner
West Tenth Street MILK DEPOT
ROBERT EL JONES, Prop.
51 1 W. lOthSt. Ind. 2786 White
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A Thanksgiving Menu
EXCELLO FEEDS
For both horses and cows. Not plain alfalfa
molasses but a balanced ration.
SOLD ONLY BY
Pnl'lll C. H. BOGGS so9w.ioth
Every Prod
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by U. S. In
spectors
Where
Products are
Properly
Prepared
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Packing Co.
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Topeka,
Kansas
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Messenger and Express
Company
ANY
PHONE
202 W. Sixth St.
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And order your Ice Cream
and Sherbets for your
Thanksgiving" Dinner of
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