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These Peaches Are Very Fine
Hunt Bros. Co.
California Peaches
This brand is exceptionally fine,
and our price is very moderate for this
grade of goods. See price in special
list
You, Too, Can Enjoy
Eating Dried Fruits!
About twenty years ago a California dried
fruit packer, wishing to encourage the use
of his products, issued a circular containing full
instructions for the preparation of dried fruit | for
the table. Thinking it might be interesting to
you, we are reprinting below. Poorly cooked
dried fruit is the least appetizing food one can
think of, but properly prepared it will have all
the deliciousness and appetite appeal of fancy
preserved fruits. Cut out the reprint below for
your cook book.
How to Cook
California Dried Fruit
1. Separate the fruit so each piece will be single; then
wash several times in lukewarm water.
2. Pour the water off, put the cleansed fruit into a ste4r
pot, cover well with cold water and let stand for at least
twelve hours, keeping the pot covered all the time with a lid.
3. After fruit has been thoroughly soaked and retained
its natural size, pour off this water saturated with fruit juice
into anotherstew pan; add sugar according to taste (apricots
and nectarines will require quite a good deal of sugar, peaches
less, prunes very little or none, and pears none at all), and
boil for from fifteen to twenty minutes until you get a rich
fruit syrup. Pour this boiling hot syrup over the soaked fruit.
Put stew pot on back of the stove and let fruit simmer very
slowly for from fifteen to thirty minutes, according to the
quality of the fruit. Prunes will have to simmer from one
hour to two hours.
4. Now take your fruit from the stove, keeping the lid
• on the pot, and let it cool off gradually, and you will have the
finest fruit you ever tasted.
5. If cooked properly, the fruit, when served, must be
clear, the syrup must be rich and clear, each piece of fruit
must present itself singly and look as if fresh fruit had been
' cooked.
6. You can greatly improve on all the varieties of fruit,
especially on pears and prunes, by adding some orange or
lemon peel; the mixing of the two flavors gives a very de
lightful taste. J
7. Fruit cooked in this way can be used for all sorts of
purposes, just the same as fresh fruit—for pies, cakes, pud
dings, or just as stewed fruit in any way you may desire.
8. . Never put your fruit on the stove without thorouglily
soaking it beforehand; never boil it on a quick fire. The re
sult will always be unsatisfactory. Fruit must be soaked and
must have time to gain the water it lost in the evaporating
process, and must soak in cold water.
Apricots Per Lb.lll2 1
Peaches Per Lb. 10c & 15c
Blue Ribbon Peaches c *9 n 29c
Prunes Extra Large, Lb. 19c
Prunes 2 Lbs. for 25c
We Are Going to
Offer You Hams Again
" ' I
Since last week we received another carload of these
fancy quality Smoked Hams.
So for this week-end we are again offering them at a
very low price.
BLACK HAWK brand Hams are extremely fine; in fact,
we consider the quality to be as good as this country pro
duces. Our large business, and our ability to handle in
carload lots from the packing plant at Waterloo, lowa, is
the only reason for our ability to name such a low price.
Buy a BLACK HAWK Smoked Special
Ham with our assurance that you Thr«e-Day Sale
will be entirely pleased with the p
quality and delighted by the sav
ing effected. Lb.
*•
THE WASHINGTON TIMES * * The National DUfy FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15,1924.
•.I • •
Near Your
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White Potatoes 15 Lbs. for 32c
Sweet Potatoes 3 Lbs. for 25c
Celery Per Bunch, 10c Ice Berg Lettuce, 10c
New Crop Cabbage, per lb., 6c
PURE LARD LOFFLER’S FIRST PRIZE CRISCO
2fr 27c BACON D Nut^ e Lib. can, 23c
i-n>. cMtoo, ..A, 15< Lb., 30c PerLb./jC 3-Ib. can,67c
- - • - .... ....
Florida Fruits—Fine Display—Low Prices
ORANGES Doz. 25c and 30c—GRAPEFRUIT, 2 for 15c
EGGS BUTTER BEANS SUGAR
Sanitary Brand—Fresh Sanitary Brand—Fresh Michigan Nary Granulated
Doz., 50c Lb., 60c 2 Lbs. for 15c Per Lb., c
VAN CAMP’S Evaporated MILK Tall Can 10c
APPLES 1 It’s the Taste!
wi _ pi T’ nll Hr 1 jy That’s what is different about
Extra Fancy Eating, 3 lbs., Zsc ; Sar - a Mayonnaise. You
* J > b know the deliciousness of Sand
fl .• A 11 fil - ■ 1 wkdi Spred,” so you may expect
Fancy Eating, 4 lbs. . . ZSC F 'll . delight for your palate
York Imperial, 7 lbs. . . 25c I I “LTZ stores
Eat more applet. They are healthful, appetizing I I -q y OE?
and economical. Ivl JHIy drfOv
Asparagus Tips Curt ice Bros. "Blue Label”
HnM ,J. .. 35c CANN I' J >, BEETS
Most buyers of fine foods Per Can
We recommend this brand to you. It’s a “square” know the famous “Blue Label”
No. 1 can, filled with small natural tips. We guaran- brand. You’ll buy these beets
tee them to please you. often, once you have learned
how good they are.
Sanitary Catsup Shaker Dishwashing Soap
This is a large bottle of very fine Just sift it from M
quality catsup. Try it and be con- thc can into the Cant 1(Z A
Idnced tends’? **
National Biscuit Co.
PREMIUM SODA
Special!
Large Size Family Package
Another carload has just arrived for us. As a special
introductory offer we are naming the price printed below.
As you perhaps know, the price of Premium Soda pur
chased in bulk from the rack is sixteen (16) cents per lb.
Now, each package of family size contains p p ,
not less than two and one-quarter pounds. So * er *
for the price of two pounds in bulk you get O
in this package at least one-quarter pound a j
more. Ask our clerks about this.
Another Sale Until Saturday
DORSCH’S ‘ANGEL FOOD’
SS 12J4c
We hope to have enough this time. Unfortunately, the demand
always seems to exceed our preparation. This small cake has
proven immensely popular, and we suggest you have the clerk set
aside one or two for you.
And while you are buying cake, why not take home a loaf of
Dorsch’s Raisin Bread. The children especially will be pleased
with it Raisin Bread sells for 12M»c.
Specials—Surely These Are Money Savers
Kirkman s Borax Soap 6 for 29c
Sanitary Oats Large 19c
Aunt Jemima Pancake 3 for 35c
Keystone Peaches 2 for 45c
“Keystone” are Hunt Bros? fine product. We recommend these
to people who want exceptionally fine goods. Don’t overlook a
real opportunity like this. You’ll want to take home an entire case.
Chum Salmon 2 for 25c
Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles
PriCe Sold in Bulk From the Keg Per Pint 30c
Reduced Per j Pint 15c
Our Famous
GREEN BAG
COFFEE
Quality never bet-
ter than at this time. rpr6 ■■ f
Use “Green Bag” * ***
and you’ll please W 1 j
every member of the IK Z ■■ •
family. *- ,Me
Blue Ridge Com, can 10c
Tomatoes, No. 3 std. can. 12%c
Peas, Silver Label, can... 15c
Sauerkraut, can 1254 c
Sweet Potatoes, can 1254 c
Pumpkin, Can 1254 c
Rob Roy Tomatoes, extra
fancy, can2oc
Shoe Peg Corn, can 1754 c
Amer. Mushrooms, choice.. 45c
American Mushrooms, hotel 35c
High Life Peas, can... ... 29c
Peter Pan Peas, can 2254 c
Shriver’s Ex. Sifted Peas, can2oc
“Paris” Com 15c
Peter Pan Com 15c
A-l Country Gentleman.... 15c
Del Monte Spinach 20c
Keystone Spinach 19c
Beechnut Spaghetti 1254 c
Franco-American Spaghetti 11c
“Bandor” Pimentos, 15c and 27c
I
Have You
Tried
KRAFT’S
loaf
CHEESE
American, % lb., 12c; Swiss, % 15c

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