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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Saturday Morning, November lb, 122 T7 T9 17 W D MARKET SECTION Ml 0 Give us your order for THANKSGIVING TURKEYS DUCKS and GEESE SPECIAL Young Fat Hens and Fryers. We have them at all times and dress them to your order. A FULL LINE OF K. C. MEATS Pickles, Olives, and Relishes Large, Select Oysters Miners Meat Market and Grocery Phone 141 Naco Road WE SELL QktNNERS AJk 1 Vie Superior MACARONI-SPAGHETTI and Pure EGG NOODLES STEVEN'S GROCERY ALLEN BLOCK Phone 825 We Deliver Just received a large consignment of Tea Garden Syrup, Perserves and Mincemeat This is new season's goods. We believe TEA GARDEN is the FINEST JAM on the market. To introduce it to your notice, TODAY ONLY, we-will give One Pound of our Best Chocolates Free with every purchase of Tea Garden Goods amountng to $3 or over We have all sizes in Strawberry Raspberry Apricot Peach Fig Loganberry Blackberry Marmalade Black Cherry Tea Garden Mincemeat Tea Garden Syrup The Superior MACARONI-SPAGHETTI and Pure EGG NOODLES .Ask your grocer to sell you a leaf of Cottage Bread the big 15c loaf Rye, Graham, and Raisin Bread Daily We Sell Malt Syrup CALIFORNIA BAKERY Brewery Avenue CONNER'S Soup! All Kinds of Soup Always hav a soup-pot Ruin". Never throw out I he bone from a steak or ham. Never throw out the end or a beef that is touph or the leftover clion. Put them into tjie soup -pot and add the water from Moiled potatoes, cabbage, boiled on ions and from about every vegetable that you use except spinach and beet -tops. The backs of chicken or any kind of same should po into the jsonp pot. Add plenty of popper to the pot when you haVe game in it, and another bay-leaf and a little more onion than usual. Let your pot sim mer, but don't boil, as boiling des troys the flavor of your soup founda tion. . About once in three 'days empty the soup-pot. To keep it simmering for longer than three days will make it sour. Don't hesitate to put the smallest bit of stuff in it when you start it asain. A spoon -of gravy will help; a few peas will add their fla vor: a small bone will ;ive strength. To your soup foundation add a handful of rice and thicker with I lour and milk; or chop up suie watercress or spinach, coot tor thirty minutes and slightlv thicken Safe Milk For Infant?, Invalids & Children The Originat Food-Drink for All Ages. QuickLunchat Home.OfficefcFountains. RichMUk, Malted Grain Extract in Pow derfcTabletforms. Nourishing-Nocooking. 9" Avoid Imitations and Substitutes Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh stock of Nuts and Dried Fruits Fresh Fruits and Vegetables We Deliver to All Parts of the District C. BUGEN & BROTHER L 206 Naco Road Phone 193 7 HiSva iwJrt I ills. Cash and Carry Grocery WARREN 2 Stores BISBEE It's Time to Make Fruit Cake and Mince Meat WE HAVE ALL THE MAKINGS Currants, Raisins, Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, New Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Pressed Figs, Dates Large White Rice, Pop Corn, Fresh Roasted Peanuts, Fresh Vegetables WE SELL and A. Jl I 1 J,. - ARIZONA GROCERY QUALITY GROCERIES Phone 170 84 Main Street Just received I "all Shipment of FRESH. CANNED AND PACKED GOODS Quality ana prices best at our store.' We solict and deliver. Charge accounts run two weeks. WE Skinner's vSmi AmlJSW EGG NOOni.FS SELL with flour and milk; or use rice and i j the green and the thickening. Iu one cup of your stock and four cups of of water cook four good sized potatoes. When they are done, mash them through a colander and return 'them to the same pot. Add six peeled and shredded leeks, and cook for fifteen minutes. A lump of butter the size of a walnut and a ibal;' a cup of milk completes an ap- ipetizing and nourishing soup. ' A variation of this soup is made by substituting a pinch of garlic for the leeks and serving with crou- tons. White navy beans soaked over I ' nicht and cooked with a ham-bom or with a quarter of a pound of I bacon makp a good plain soup. Half an onion, added In thin rings haTT an i hour before the meal, or the onion and a couple of carrots, or a sprin ' kle of chili popper or sh reded' lamb lor pork, add an interest to this soup. Nourishing barley sou) can be i made from any "hone" stock. Add ,two b.opped onions, a sprig of par sley, one stalk of celery and a car rot. Cook one cup of barley to two quarts of liquid. For tomato soup, use th juice and the soft parts of canned to matoes to be stewed. On a founda tion of a bone or two, an onion and a bay-leaf, you can make a vegetable sou; wiih one carrot, one celery stalk, a little tomato left from dinner and a sprig of parsley. Onions, cut and simmered in a stock fpr half an hour, can be Ph no We Deliver one OUR CARLOAD OF Dried Fruits and Nuts Has Just Arrived Our English Walnuts are just what you have been waiting for A1 quality and condition DRIEI PEACHES PRUNES APRJCOTS LEMON PEEL ORANGE PEEL APPLES RAISINS (Seeded and Seedless) VEGETABLES A full line, fresh daily. George's Grocery pi HO 42 Main St. none MACARONI-SPAGHETTI and Pure EGG NOODLES 3y 77, MAPAPDNT Superior SPAGHETTI Pure EGG NOODLES thickened wit h flour and water or milk. Or add to the stock a sma.i dish of left-over peas, a few fried potatoes, mashed, a little backed ma caroni, mashed, and a shredded chop. This makes a very oo.l soup. Have the butcher cut off the shank from your roast lamb, simmer it for an hour and then add a pound of dried Lima beans soaked overnight. Cook all day, mashing the beans throush a colander when you are almost ready for dinner. Unssian beet soup is made on a foundation of any kind of bones. Add a pinch of garlic and three beets to the liquid, i.oil until tender and put through a colander. Serve with toast. For fish soup, to two cupfulls f rom 1 your pot add a quart of wat?r, three good-sized potatoes and one onion. Cook- with t)ne bay-leaf and one whole clove. Mash the potatoes back into the pot. then add your fish. (A slice of halibut, a few slices or flounder, a bit of bluefish any thing will do.) Cream-of-salmon soup can b made by adding half a can of salmon and a cup of milk to the stock. Half a dozen oysters, chopped put into stock with a cup of milk will make a better soup than , if you used the ordinary quart of milk and pint of oysters whole. From the No vember Delineator. Making Flowers Last When flowers are scarce they can be made to last a long time. As soon as the blossoms begin to droop, cut about an inch from the stems, plunge the stems in very hot water for a mo ment, then place them in a vase of cold water. In a few hours the flow ers will often resume the freshness of Frank's Market Where vou save on your MEATS AND GROCERIES You have surely noticed by this time Frank Undersells Them All Pork Shoulder Roast 22c Pork Leg Roast whole or' half-. 27'c Perk Chops - 30c Sirloin Steak, 25c; 2 lbs 45c Eeef Stew 10c Fresh Ground Hamberger 2 lbs 25c Wilson's Sugar Cured Ham not picnic, whole or half, 27!, jc Boneless Rolled Roast Beef. 15c Cod Fish, 20c: 2 lbs 35c Salt Mackerel, 2 for 25c Large Herring, each 10c CHEESE Longhorn, Swiss, ' and Limberger 40c Red Winter Permain Apples net weight 42 lbs., box $2.00 50 lbs. Table Salt $1.00 Johnson Bros. Jam 1 gallon cans ....$1.35 Rolled Oats, 2 lbs. for 15c Fresh Milk, per quart 12c Frank's Market Opposite Warren Laundry Phone 841 New Arrivals Seedless Raisins Seeded Raisins Budded Walnuts Soft Shelled Walnuts Large Prunes Evaporated Apricots ; Evaporated Peaches Evaporated Apples Glace Cherries Glace Pineapple New Brazil Nuts New Filberts In fact, everything desired to make your Fruit Cake, Plum Pudding and Mincemeat A carload of the Finest JUST ARRIVED TODAY See Our Quality and Get Our Prices 1 SELF SERVICE STORES ,3ki n Isb- MACAR ONT-SPAGH F.TTI and Pure EGG NOODLES Apples newly cut blossoms. This is purlieu-J larly successful with peonies, chrysan themums, carnations and some varie ties of roses. lineator. -From the November De wnai me un.mren can oo at .nanus-, giving The Thanksgiving "Play Day Cele-! bration" is especially for little folks.' It is one of the most fascinating hap-; natch fun to get ready! On the after penings imaginable. You may get the noon of Thanksgiving eve the play patterns if you like and start it going, room is decorated: the "art work." but let the children do it. Half of; scenery and properties assembled. the fun for them is the getting ready. For a few days preceding Thanks giving there is "busy work." The' playroom decorations must be prepar-j ed. And the children do it. Don't.! please, forget. They cut out of black paper silhou-, ettes of turkeys. Pilgrims, Indians and! SAME for more than 2Q Years ICAN Gl BOUGHT BY THE GOVERNMENT ALL KINDS PER We have a full FRESH NUTS APPLES APRICOTS PEACHES CURRANTS Fresh Assortment of Candied Sliced Peel Orange Lemon Citron Meat Department Special: Beef Pot Roast 15c We are booking Orders now for Thanksgiving Poultry Order Your Turkey Now Arizona Packing Co. BISBEE LOWELL WE .nTRTrn'C The MACARONI SELL S SCI NNER Saprnar SPAGHETTI 'UillASw EGG NOODLES old-time ships, and mount them on ci,rdboard. Thev make Jack-o'-lan- j terns out of pumpkins. They make) I caps and kerchiefs out of white paper ' for the girls all of them because everybody is in the show. They make , Indian head-dresses for the boys for al, the boys ,ire jn the shoWi tooand Pilgrim hats and capes out of cheap black cambric. And they make corn - stalks and tissue-paper dresses and, cans for the corn fairies. It is so 1 Next day, right after everybody has - had a good dinner at home, the play begins. "The First Thanksgiving" is done in pantomime or in a story play in, "which the children work out their own lialog. The first scene, showing the parley of the Indians with the grims, is followed by the planning and PRICE BAKING POWDER 250uncc5for25 YOU SAVE when you use K.C you use less than of higher priced brands. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded. "HIGHEST QUALITY" MILLIONS OF POUNDS AND SIZES BOX assortment of DRIED FRUITS FIGS PRUNES RAISINS WARREN cooking of the great dinner by the women. Thanks are then given, "Har vest Home" sung, or "America the Beautiful," and that is the end. From the November Designer. The of as Mississippi, frequently spoken the second longest river in ii'ie world, in reality is the fifth, 'being surpassed by the Amazon, the Nile, the Yangtse and the Yenisei, in the order given. Busy Bee Fruit Market SPECIAL SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Major C Flour 100 lbs $4.10 Major C Flour 48 lbs $2.15 Major C Flour 24 lbs $1.10 Hills Bros. Coffee 2 lbs 85c Hills Bros. Coffee 1 lb. 45c Schilling's Coffee 1 lb. : 48c Newmark's Coffee 1 lb 45c Newmark's Coffee 1 lb. package 40c Hills Bros. Blue 3 1b. can $1.05 Hills Bros. Blue 1 lb 35c National Oats - large size 29c National Oats small size 11c Gold Medal Oats large 35c Gold Medal Oats small 1214c Post Toasties 11c Toasted Corn Flakes 11c Silver Leaf Pure Lard 10 lb. pail $2.10 Silver Leaf Pure Lard 5 lb. pail : $1.70 Silver Leaf Pure Lard 2 lb. pail 45c Snowdrift, 8 lbs $1.45 i Snowdrift, 4 lbs 74c Snowdrift, 2 lbs 44c Bishop Peanut Butter 3 lb. can !.72c CANNED FRUITS Peaches, Blackberries, Gooseber ries, Apricots, Pineapple, Rasp berries, and Black Plums 3 cans $1.00 Royal Ann Cherries 2Yl lb. can Black Cherries 2Vl lb. can 39c 43c Also a complete line of Fresh Veg etables: Spinach, Endive, Cauli flower, Celery, Parsley, Radishes. Turnips, Carrots, Lettuce, Green Onions, Beets, Tomatoes, Lima Beans, String Beans, Yellow Yam Sweet Potatoes, Cabbage, and Quinces. Just received a full line of Dried Fruits: Seedless Raisins, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Apricots, Peaches, Apples, Dates, Figs. Citron, Orange Peel, and Lemon Peel. BREAD I It's the only food for breakfast. When you get up with "that hungry feeling," eat several slices of bread plain or toasted with your morning cup of coffee. Try it with jam or jelly in pref erence to other foods that cost wore and'eto not contain haf the amount of nourishment.. Bread is your Best Foood Eat more of it. EAT City Bakery Bread -THE BREAD THAT BUILDS"