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VBNiyG MPlSIi-PHILABtgLPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914.,
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THIS WEEK , SECOND ANNUAL THIS WEEK
914 FOOD EXPOSITION 1914
READING TERMINAL MARKET - - DECEMBER 212
TO
Tell the Children to ask for
FRANKLIN
CARTON
SUGAR
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WE'STfclVE CONSTANTLY
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A HIQriER STANDARD OF QUALITY
A '.GREATER EFFICIENCY OF SERVICE
A MORE.ATTRAOTIVE APPEARANCE
WILLIAM B. MARGERUM
; General Vidualer
"-V .IpeaJer- in Finest Quality " .
Beef, Muttpn'Larrib, Veal, -Hams, Bacon,: Larti,
Tongues afid Provisions in General . ' .,
Special ExposItioifcSale 0f Kinfcan's English-cured Bacon-and-':
fc. Reliable Hams
, W tiNM
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Exposition:
day?
, ( Sliced Bacon 24c
only Reliable Hams.... 19c
bacon by piece.... 23c
The Standard IJptlie for tho Choicest the Market Produces
Stands 1000 to 1020 Tenth Ave, 913 to 921 Ninth Ave.
OFFICE, 28 to 35 Avenue A
Bell. 2T02-2703 Filbert Teltshone Connection Keystone, 258 naca
Children easily remember the
name FRANKLIN and your
Groier ka)i supply you with a
Franklin Carton. Sugar for every
purpose Granulated, Pulverized
and -Lump packed in conven
ient 1-lb,, 2'lb. and S-lb. cartons.
M,f
They will easily recognize tho
Berlcd dust-proof Carton with tho
head pf. Franklin on it and you'll
lie sure to (jet Clean, Pure Sugar
hinde from u'gar Cane.
See our exhibit at tho Pura
Food Exposition, in tho Reading
Terminal ilnrket, December Cth
to 12th. You will bo interested in
Raw. Sugars, . Sugar Liquors,
Syrup and Refined Sugars.
The Franklin Sugar Refining Go., Philadelphia.
l tllllwsn V J
iJot House
S
' Selected, domestic jihd
;. imported fruits and vege- 4
. tables. You'll find us well
stocked with; every obtain
able product in and out of
; season. Olive oil a spe
. cialty.
Prompt attention to
' phone and mail orders, and
quick delivery anywhere:
. Rare fruits for banquets
, and dinner parties.
A. M. Repetto
Reading Terminal Market
STANDS 801 TO 511, 12TH. ST.
; (8econil't6or Above Filbert St.)
'Phone Dell, Filbert Siis-urs
"sI&ir
We Thank You
for your presence at this greatest of
jrooa .Expositions, anu nope we may
all be benefited by it,
pf Pure Sea Kood Is here every day.
ana you to always welcome Wo
guarantee quality, service and price,
and we are aiming to this -end: To
hold a customer by quality and
service, making' you an asset to pur
business, not by the slender thread
of low price. Our prices are con
sistent with our quality. When
looking for quality and service,
- f -i - -' -
TryBlifton's
Arch Street Wall
STALLS '
1213 to 12S3
Phdnt Connection!
Heading Terminal Market
Tr,
Hi!flY!i
Is Your
Country Skusage
and S,craDDle
Government
Inspected
e
Why Take a Chance?
Every .popnd of STRODE'S
country sausage and scrapple
is inspected by representatives
of the United Spates Govern
ment. A. Darlington Strode
Stalls, 423431 4th Ave.
Reading Terminal Market
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Residence, West Chester, Pa.
W
The Officers, Directors and Members
of the Reading Terminal Market
Business Men's Association
; take this occaaipn to thank those men of business and affairs outside of
the srnarket who have given their time, influence and efforts to make this,
the Second Annual Food Exposition, a success. Also, the public that have
filled pur aisjes, purchased our goods and been generous in praise of our
efforts to insfruct and please them, which after all is oiir final aim.
We shall hope to' merit your patronage for many days, months and
.years to com,e, and to that; end are striving to make the Reading Terminal
'Market, already fthe largest and 'most sanitary in the world, better, more
:-.attra'cfivend,' more .convenient forall.
' TIJ,e n,Pw white, sanitary tile stands and our free Delivery Service are
the most recent developments inHhis diredtitin. We shall continue to im-prove--we
shall never rest and you .-will find that our future development
will be far greater than bur past.
Domestic
and Imported
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Philadelphia's largest, most up-to-date and best equipt
market. All kinds of rare fruits in and out of season.
We supply the Ritz-Carlton, Bcllevue-Stratford, Adclphia,
St. James, Walton, Racquet Club, P. R. R. Restaurant, Union
League and other well-known institutions.
Our prices are reasonable, deliveries prompt, quality unsur
passed. Immediate attention to 'phone and mail orders.
DAVID H. SIMON
READING TERMINAL MARKET
Bell Filbert 4690-4891 Keystone Race 2178-2363
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k FOW S
f -for-, yj
The quality of Steaks and Uoaet
Beef 'depends on tho selection of
corn-fed heavyweight cattle.
a dozen from 100.
Fow -picks
onerou.
The shortest cut to peace in the
home is to get the Foir habit.
KUbllhd Otfr 100 Yean.
OscarA. Fow & Son.
"" CLAR&NGEB. FOW
StalM 1234 to 41. Arch Street Side
Reading Terminal Market
3ftr Philadelphia, Pa. "A?
Whetf It's i Lunch Time Think of Springer's
,-. . .-QnQ.trial, and you'll- be.' a. Springer regular you'll .join the
rioon-Houj;vluriche good cooking. We-cook
according to home methods, do all out own baking and buy only
Government-inspected meats. For over sixty years we -have, been
making dinners and lunches taste good. If youffiajii tasty;dishes
at reasonable, prices, the place to go is . ,. .. ' f'. '.'.
H ' v 4 Springer's 'yv'yv-
Terminal Market Restaurant
12tH and Filbert Streets
Fish and Oysters
Every kind in season.
Other sea foods in all
varieties. We are un
surpassed as one of
Philadelphia's great re
tail suppliers of strictly
fresh stock.
Special Attention to .
Hotels
Clubs
Restaurants
Institutions
Steamships
Our deliveries go to all
points of the city and vi
cinity. Moderate prices.
Seven Fridays in a Week
AT
John E. Fitzgerald's
Reading Terminal Market
rhontFUttrt 3H.
FRESH LAMB
necelred dally. Our meats art always
fresh.
We cater to the retail trade an well a
to hotels, reitaurants and Inatltutlone,
epeclallilnK In lamb and mutton.
Orders by phone or postcard promptly
delivered to any section of the city.' '
William R. Morris
Stalls 819-821
Reading Terminal Market
Uoli I'hone, Walnut 4097
IT WILL PAY YOU to COMfe
TO US FOR
EGGS-
Fresh Pennsylvania cbks received
dally. That's tho reason wo are soil
ing to. tho lending hotels, restau
rants and institutions. Family, trade
a specialty.
H. C. Gcrhart & Sons
StaU 800.813
READING TERMINALMARKET
Butter Eogs Poultry
both pnoifua
.ALLTHATYOUGETHEREIS
BENDER SERVICE
1 We supply you with Just what you want
In the best poultry, butter and egfs, when
jou want It.
I Careful selection from our large stock.
courtesy and personal attention to every
purchase, and promptness In Btllnrj and de
.llverlnr your order make up our untqualed
service.
Our patrons 'include many of the better
clubs, restaurants, hotel and cafes, yet we
always give the ssjne quality and painstak
ing consideration to the retail trade.
Let us fill your order. We'll please you
with high-grade products, prompt delivery
.and reasonable prices.'
W.A.Bender
ONLT THE DEST
11DTTEK, EGOS AHV 1'OUtTllY
READING TERMINAL MARKET
Stalls soe-eoa.alo
filbert, tiH-iin Boot, ,s)s
Buckwheat
Wc are scllintr what we think, and
what all our .customers who4 have used
it say, is the finest buckwheat that
can be produced. It is from upper
New York State, thoroughly kiln
dried and then ground in the .old
fashioned way". With the combina
tion of this buckwheat and a good
cook, the result will be delicious buck
wheat cakes, and what could be more
appropriate these cold mornings?
6 cts. per lbV; 1.0 lbs. 55 cU.. '
Pure Maple Syrup qt. tins, 8001 pt,
bottles, 30c.
Blended Maple and Cane Syrup qt,
33oi bd.1, I.1B. . .
Virginia Hand-mado Flint Hominy
12c lb. , This Is the- finest dinner hom
iny In. the world. .
Hominy Grits, so lb.
Hooker's Farina, 7c lb.
Scotch Style Cut Oats, Go lb.
Rolled Oats, Bo lb.; 10 lbs, 45c.
Virginia White Corn Meal, old-fashioned
water mill ground.
Black-eyed Peas, Deans, etc. '
Merrill & Hopper .
1217-23 TERMINAL MARKET
Arch St. Aisle. , . .; j.
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FREE
You Do the Buying
Patrons of the Reading Terminal Market who li.ve4in
West Philadelphia, on th&Main Line pf the P,.R;J
as far out as Villanpva, or on the Media Branch as. far
as Media, and the P., B. and W. Branch as far as Rid
ley Park, can now have their purchases delivered
direct to their homes via the Terminal Market De
livery Company, FREE. -. .
This Company has a fleet of new "White"' Automo
bile Delivery Cars with uniformed men, making two
deliVeries;ailyin. the above territories.
DELIVERY
SERVICE
: We Do the Delivering
Hampers will be returned artel stored free, Order
purchases sent to the receiving station of the "T. M.
D," in the northeast section of the market. The Com
party will padk and deliver-prpnptly,,; ? i'j,
When shopping elsewhere, bring'ypIiVa'crcages'to the
"T. M. D.," and they will he qarrjed toyour home.
f ERMiiAL Market delivery
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