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Foods! What and Where ioBuyow to Cook and Serve
TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922
So Many Delightful Dishes Can Be Made
PRESS MEETING
MAY
From Common Old Cohimeal Frted Mush
friend. A home that does nut have
Bcrapplo nt leant, onco during tlio ' Nation merlin- In I'
wlnler,"ha mliwed n trcnl. lin U-H (Prldny
t'y L.CNO OSnoilNK. . heavy, ncrnpo In a fwiunro or oblonc
' Of count every I vcmel, which hna flrel been wet In
one Know nowirom wnirr. out not urica. l'rcsa litis
Rood .fried nitulrl In well and aet to cool.
n this time ot When rendy to up, turn on n
tho year. I hoard, rut In one-fourth Inch thick
A breakfast of slices, dip In beaten cRff, then lurln.
Rood, woll klo with' flour and brown In fat
brownod fried Hint's not too hot, but of the tern
in u nil, with perature Ihnt will brown slowly,
syrup, crisp ba- The kIIccs of golden brown
con, and a cup . mush, covered with syrup, aro dc-
of "the best cof- ucious.
fee In tho world,'
In Just about an
Ratifying ns a
breakfast can be.
Hut whv let It
1.EN0 OSlMHtXI co nt thin, Just
1MUIII 111. iiiura.t
l ou k iv there aro at least six
:Sy.dld U tic that may on mndo
S li, ns iv. foundation, good
lor lunch. dlnncr as ,vc" aa for
"How do hotels Bet their fried
mmh so beautifully brown?" naked
woman 'ho other day.
onlet iinmver thin with some
'urncy i ventured In tho kitchen
", . rood Hotel, nnd asked tho chef.
DID It li beaten eRg,"'h'n answered
with eo much dlssuet. I'm not suro
?et wlicllicr I committed a crlmo
"'Then It must bo cooked slowly
nnd quite a long time, to bo so extra
'"llul UrU tho maklnB of the mush
Is Just a llttlo trick. It niust bo
smooth, Hild and well dono with
enough salt to mako tho flavor. It
nhrnild bo molded In a vessol so It
vi sllco in convenient pieces for
, loklng.
Muh for lYjInir.
i Small amount.)
4 Mips bolllnp 'water,
1 tr.ispoon salt.
1 'j cups corn meal.
Add the salt to the boiling water,
tnd ss I bubbles, nlowly sift In th'a
mrl. stlrrlnK as It Is added. This
leeps It smooth. Stir and cook for
t leant 10 minutes, then removo to
low heat whero Is will Nteam for
10 or 15 minutes longer. When very
Hut why not try somo of tho
numerous vnrletles of serving this
,ii., i... ..........
IVItd MunIi With ItnUlns.
1 quart hot mush.
1 cup seeded or seedless raisins.
Mix tho raisins In with tho hot
mush beforo scraping It In the
molding pan. Hllco and fry as fpr
plain mush, rialsln rIVo such a
tono to this dlslti It's hard tiAbelleve
It's the same. This makes a good
luncheon dish. Also another good
thing to do Is to ndd gratefl cheeso
to the h'ot mush. A cup of the cheeso
to the quart of mush, makes a good
proportion.
Byrup or Jelly is good with tho
cheeso flavor.
One of the very best combinations
of this I ever ale, was at a home
lunrhcon Just a hurry-up noon
meal, "without fuss or muss." It
was: ,
llnmnnl Mush Willi Salmon.
Oreen tomato relish.
Hot tea with' lemon.
Hran bread and butter.
I know you will want to know
how sho rfyido the finish with sal
mon. Just ns I did, so here's her
reclpo:
Mnsli With Salmon.
.1 pints hot cooked mush.
1 can Sockeyp salmon No, 2,
Drain the salmon, removing
bones nnd "dark skin. Sprinkle over
one teasnoon nit. Pull mmrt in
small pieces, but do not mash.
jusi netorn pouring tho hot mush'
in tho molding pan, stir in tho sal
mon, mix well ns lightly ns possible,
then mold. Slice, and fry as usual.
. s,,.r?PI,!V .
. mi goon pip; plan pa., many
State Briefs
Trial In Cherokee County.
JIUSKOC1EE JUI Browcr, nged
mr who Is alleged to have been
thing with his lD-year-old ntcco,
Alice Ilrower, an husband nnd wife,
ntll to tried In tho Tahlequah courts.
Ptitriff Oourd of Tahlequah came
""rldav and took the prisoner to
Cherokee Jail.
gays Un Held Up Kuglnccr,
M'ALJCBTEU roital officials aro
o.untlonllng lo Ijilor of Wllberton
who la raid to have confessed that
he held up the engineer on the Santa.
I't) train that was robbed a few miles
routh of ridmond a few months ago.
Friday night Lalor attemptod suicide
try cutting tho arteries In his wrists
lth a pleco of glass. Prompt atten
tion nullltU-d his purpose.
Choctaw Valuation Slumps.
HUGO Valuation on taxable
property In Choctaw county Is de
creeing now, Hurt Kly, county as
or, who Is at work ussesalng over
the county, has announced. Decrease
In the valuation 'of livestock Is tho
main Item.
Xonnaii Professor Honored.
NOltMAN Prof. J. W. Hhepard,
director of tho department of visual
iducatlon In tho extension depart
ment of tbn ltnlvnrstlv of Oklahoma.
I'M been appointed chairman of the
mmltteo on research and standards
lthlch Is working under the auspices
of the national academy. He ha bcon
ihalrman of the editorial board ot
the ETducutlonoi Film magazine for
nveral mouths.
The stories I h'avo heard of how
tho good cooks of Pennsylvania Used
to mako many, many pound of this
ncrapple nt butchering time put It
awny lit huge, cloth-lined boxes for
tho winter. How ninny Is tho tlmu,
when they wanted to use It, they
found It frozen solid, nod the slices
would have to bo sawed from the
bloc'k.Jim when fried golden brown,
there was nothing like II.
The reason for Us being n p-oduct
of butcherllig time was becnliso the
livers and other odd pieces of moat
wcro used for this.
We mut buy our meat nnd mako
u special dish of r
Make a smnll amount to try, first.
This will make about three quarts
ot scrapple:
iVi pounds lean shoulder of pork,
2 quarts water.
2 teaspoons salt.
Cut the meat In small pieces nnil
simmer In .the wuter until It fnllo
apart. Add the salt, nnd stir nnd
beat until It Is In threads. Theru
should bo' nbout two quarts of rh'o
meat anil liquid. Have boiling hot,
then rlowly shake In the, meal, stir
ring as It's added. Put In enough
menl to m.iko a very heavy mush.
.cnfmMT Men Will Ho Kntertnlncsl
nt Miller Kit Itnm-h.
Special lo The World. '
PONCA CtTV, Feb, 3. The exact
Oaten of the 192! state press asso-
Ponca City will
and Saturday)
with tho editors and their wives
being tho'gursts of tho Miller broth
ers of tho 101 ranch on Bundny, the
lBth. Tho dates of tho convention
havo been withheld tilitll jiosltlve
word would lie received of their ac
ceptance by Dean Wnlter Williams
of the University of Missouri school
of Journalism; who will bo n feature
speaker at tho convention,
"Indications nre," snj-H C, K.
Miichimiro, who Is chairman of local
committees to entertain tho editors,
"Hint tho Ponca City convention In
numbers will bo tho largest over held
In the slate." Mr. Muchmore an
nounces nlso that tho students ot
the Journalist!)) department ot the
Oklahoma university will edit tho
Ponca City Dally News, which
Muchmoro owns, one. day during the
convention. The entire pnpnr will
bo turnedover to them for that day.
di:m:ati:s to jo to nowata
Will
Chamlior of Commeroo Men
Conti'iio Soon nt ,owiitn.
SpucUl lo Till World.
PAWIIUSKA, Feb. 3 A dclega
tlon of nt least five will go to No
watii February 7 to attend a chum-
l... ..r ll,,.r I'll.
Its not possible to my Jnst how i pMsiblllty of getting an Vast unit
much because the amount of meat I west rnllroajl, running through No
may lUffcr. Cook nnd stir some- Hwatn, llartlcsvllle and Pawhusha.
thing wllko 10 mlnutei. then set will bo considered,
wlmre It will steam anTI contlnuo . Among the Pnwhiiskn men who
cooking tor nt least 20 minutes will nttend this conferonce will bo
more. v x. J. Leahy. Clyde Lake, Vernon
Pour In an oblong mold, and press i Whiting, nd T. Kennedy and Frank
down well. When cold nnd well set i Uenuman.
It should he almost an firm as a . " . - -
loaf of bread. Cut In slices about' A. BtitUlo milk .wagon driver Is
three-fourths Inch thlrk. roll In I'li.r ot a slmiie spring steel
flour and cook In a skillet with ciamp to prevent lops peine KnocKen
small amount of fat to start It
Thero Is Usually enough fat In the
scrapple to fry Itself.
Ho It seems with as simple a thing
an mush "old common corn meal
mush," many splendid dishes may
be made. Why not try ono of them?
I our milk runs
Mjyeral experts. Doctor Lewis and
other members of the party were
given a luncheon hero by the physi
cians of this city.
V . .
ru, uiuiiicin ixoi jieltcr.
SUPPLY .Speculation on tho 132
Wheat crop In this part of north
western Oklahoma has been nt vari
ance for thn-past several weeks bo
cause of tho excesslvo dry weotluT
prevalent here until about throe
weeks ago. The fconscnus of opinion
Is that thero will bo an averago crop.
Somo wheat has been sown slnco tho
rains, but many farmers aro of the
opinion that results will not bo
flattering. v-
County Sent light Warmer.
LINTON Campaigning for tho
Mttlon to be held February IS to
c'idded the county .seat question Is
frovNlng warmer each day. Custer
City and Clinton aro tho two con
testing cities for tho new court
houie to bo built In tho near future.
Arapaho, present county seat, was
eliminated from tho race at tho
first Indeclslves election held three
months ago.
Killed llta Own rnthcr.
M'A LESTER -Charged with slay
ing his own father, Jim Workman,
68 years old. with a. shotgun. Wash
Workman, 20 years old, living near
Cabiness, was placed In Jail here
Thursday. Tho shooting occurred
Tuesday. Officers who arrested tho
boy claim that ho fired only after
his father had cornered him and
threatening his life with a knife.
CENSUS SHOWS SOME4NCIIEASE
Pcoplo Ornllrird Kind Tlicy Are
Not LoMiig Ground.
Sr'Clel to The World.
OILTO.V, Feb. 3. Ollton district
N'oO has Just completed Its census
for the year 1922, nnd it was found
that thero were 1,149 children of
school ngo In tho district. Last
years census showed 1.129. or a
gain of 20 children In the year.
While tnls was only n very small
gain still It was gratifying, for It
showed the district was not losing
because of tho Industrial depression,
ns It was rlalmed, Tho enumeration
has been checked un and sent to the
state superintendent for flung.
Improvo Streets of Slide.
Sntcltl lo Tti World.
.SLICK, r eo. 3. A large iorce oi
men and teams Is now engaged in
grading and chatting the streets of
Slick. As soon as the chat Is placed
on the streets, they will be onea.
Smallpox jvoslng lt fJrip.
HUGO No new cases ot smallpox
nave been found In the loot few days
In this section qf Oklahoma, physi
cians have announced following a
mrvey ot thesituation.
OiMcr Suit llcnrd Saturday.
M'ALKSTBIt Whether Bhcrlff
. 8. Sanders of Pittsburg county
"hall bo suspended or hold office
Pending hi trial on the ouster char
ges filed Tuesday will bo decided by
Judge Melton of the district court In
.hearing Saturday. The Judge ruled
t;n affidavits must-be submitted In
VOort of charged agalnxt the
heriff.
Truck 1,1 ncs Cut Itnll Business.
Ml'BKOOEB Because of the
many truck lines radiating from
this city on the hard-surfaca roads
DU'U the last few years, the Katy
way will, probably temporarily
I4" off one panseriger tralrt on the
mln line, according to officials here
on a tour of Investigation. It la
"aimed that passenger Income has
wen hurt SO per cent and freight
-chubs uocreaseri materially.
Uslmr Corn ror Fuel.
supply Thousands of bushels
" corn aro being burned throughout
IMS and nlhl.1- Hni,H .if nnnh.
Mtern Oklnh
rhi them less,to burn corn than to
H,i? c?.a'' Thev cannot be made to see
why they should haul their corn to
f'wn and sell It for jvpproxlmule
lt, and they pay from 112 to (14
w coat and haul U back home.
kpv!H1i1k nccs tho "a0
h.. fu." Kenton church women
nave revived old customs this winter
?ii7i ar. f"lng quilts, which nre
'oiu and tho money thus obtained
iW'V" the church funds. It l
fi ? tn" Proceeds are better than
irom church bazars and othor latter
J dev)ces for extra-ting funds
from pockets.
Cattleman Gels Worst
of Encounter With a
Calf; Goes to Hospital
Speclst In Tho World.
PONCA CITV, Fob. 3. Mar
shall Ulchmond, a northern Kay
county farmer and cattleman,
came out neropd best In a battle
wltli. a yearling calf, Wednesday
afternoon, on his farm, which la
near tho Oklahoma-Kansas bor
der. As a result, nichmond Is in a
hospltn), having undergone an op
eration which removed Ihreo In
ches of his intestines which were
badly torn und penetrated when
tho calf drove ulchmond ngalnst
tho prongs of n hayrnko; tho
prongs pierced Itlchmond's body.
Inflicting severe Injuries. Ills con
dition is still critical.
THIRD STREE'
MARKET
Omse 1IS-ISS.1 110 Knit Third
Saturday's Special
pourritv hens OQ
per lb uOK,
Also Turkcis. Springers nnd
Droller'.
WE DKMVKIl
LIBRARY PATRONAGE GflOWS
Librarian Ilcpons That Hooks Arc
Worn Out From Hciulliur.
Sptelil lo The World.
PONCA CITY, Feb. 3. reoplo
generally aro reading moro books
That Is the official report of the
local Carnegie library covering 1921,
which shows that a total of 26,231
books wcro taken from tho library
and that .200 ot these wern rend so
frequently that they had to be
Junked ns worn out nnd then re.
placed oiKtho shelves. Tho number,
taken from tho librnry, was 4,204
greater than in 1920, a banner year
also. Seven hundred nnd sixteen
new cards were Issued to additional
readers during tho yeur and 1,071
new books were aded,
Tho library now has 8,676 bonks
and the sorvicn has been qxtended I
until It lin become necessary to em
ploy an assistant librarian. Recently
the library was opened to all far-1
mors and all schools on tho rural
routes out ot this city. i
Milled
in Tulsa
Main Line
Flour
Here U n Dour that
wilt JukI olt your ntMU
for tiitklng bread, mak
ing pufttry Hint nil your
rofiklnc Tt U nulled
from rarrfnltjr eeltuted
heat. Ho don't forsrt
I he nam
Main Line
Flour
CEDAR 301
CEDAR 302
Stop and Shop
Kansas City Market
On Boston Between First nnd Second
We have found that tho public demand n cholco quality ot food
products, properly displayed at the very low price wo quoto below
That's why our business has, Incrcasod by leaps and bounds untlt
we are ono of the Inrsest retail denlern In fooil products lit Tulsa
today. We specialize In Mlstourl rabbit, homo dressed hens, choice
baby boef, milk fed cnl, genuine spring lamb, Special Saturday
and Monday.
Meat Department.
Choice Missouri dressed f)r
Hubblt . .; UC
Choice home dreised Or7
Hens CiIKj
Star or Certified QKX
Duron, 4 to 6-lb. piece OOil'v
Armour's
Ilnyn ....
skinned
27c
. 21c
13c
, 28c
,38c
lie
20c
12c
.10c
.21
12ic
24c
16ic
17c
14c
..8ic
15ic
;85c
Choice Pork TXn
Liver ...... t 12'
mc
mc
35c
Grocery Department.
10'bnrs P. & CI. or Swift's A f- ,
Wlilto Naphtha Soap,.. 40C
10 lbs. pure white
(Iranulated Hugnr
1 peck fancy Hrown
Ueauty l'otntocs.
Country Cured
llacon
Choice streaked Dry
tBalt Meat
Murrell Sliced llacon,
1 -ll. package
1 -lb. boxivi all grade
sliced llacon
Hulk
Compound
Choice Hollod Baby 1Mb
ot licet
Choice Ilaby Heef
Jtoast
Cholco corn fed Hcef
lloasl
Choicest corn fed Loin
Swiss Houml Steak...,
Choice mlllc fed Veal
Shoulder Uoast
Choice milk fed Veal
Hound or Loin Steak,
Choice Pork Shoulder
Iloast
Cholco Pork Loin
Iloast or Chop
Cholco Country Spare
Ulbs
Choice Country Hack
Hones . . . .
Cholco Country Side.
Pprk
Choice Calf
Heart
Choice Country Pork
Sausago ...........
Pholce California
Ham
2-lb. pall Swift's
Lard .....
1 lb. tola Creamery
Iltittor
57c
38c
32c
1 lb. Ilronkfleld or Swoet Clover
nest urenmory
Iiultr
24 lbs.
I'lour ,
Polar Ilenr
2,4 lbs. good Hard
Wheat Klour
36c
$1.07
... 84c
No. 214 can Quail Ilrand extra
heavy nyrup, fancy sliced Pino-
apple, peaches or Apri
cots: regular value 40c.
29c,
No, 3 to can, heavy syrup, Hale's
leader fancy sliced Pineapple,
peaches or.
Apricots
No, 2to can Lye
Hominy
No, 3 can small whole
fancy Ilccta ,
25c
.10c
,.20c
..25c
No. 2 can fancy cut
Siring llcans, 2 tor, .
No. 2 can Hrown Ileauty QC0
Heuns, 2 for ...,.
OSAGE
Grocery and Market
Phones Otnge 2080-7828
107 Et First Street
28c
HOME DRESSED ( Ft Hen, per lb
POULTRY t Frying Chickens; per lb 35c
Extra Special on Beef Cuts
Beginning Today.
As to Quality- You Be the Judge
No, 2', -4 can fancy
Pumpkin, 2 for. . .
No. 2 mn early Juno
I'COil
1-arga can Campbell's
Pork and Ilrans. . . . .
1 can Old Dutch
Cleanser ,
,10 lbs. small Navy
Ilranii , ,
Ijrge bottle v
Catsup ........,
1 lb. While House
Coffee
3 lbs. Monarch
Coffee . . ,
3 sUe 80 Grape
Km Its
l''ancy Oranges,
per dozen,
Taney Iiahanas,
per dozonl . . . .
Fruit Department'.
... 25c
35c
35c
1 peek Cooking
Apples
Wlncsap Apples,
per dozen
3,smnll loaves
Ilrcad
25c
11c
11c
10c
59c
23c
39c
94c
75c
35c
20c
i
Shoulder Hoost
ot Ilccf. 3 lbs
Cholco Pot Honst
of Heef, 3 lbs.,,.,....
Shoulder Steak,
3 lbs.
Chiilca Hhoit Hlhs
of Heef, 3 lbs
Ilest Hrlsket Hulling
Heef, 4 lbs
Pork
Shoulder Honst
flood
Pork Chops
Krcsh
Sparc Hlbs
Puro
Pork Sausage . .
Veal
Shoulder Hoast
Veal Hrenst
for stowing
Choice
Veal Chops , ,
(lenulnn Shoulder
nt l4:mb
Lamb Hrenst
for stewing ...
HIiio-THbbon
Margarine, colored ...
flem Nut
Mm purine, plain
(lem Nut
Margarine, colored ...
flood
Creamery Hutler . . . . ,
Hot Hrriikfiial Uncoil,
sliced, t lb. pkg
(lood
Smoked nacon ......
Dlilo
Huron Squares
SwKt's Plculo
Hnms .... i ...
.25c
.25c
.25c
25c
25c
14c
mc
14c
.20c
.10c
.7c
15c
12c
.7ic
.28c
22c
.32c
.34c
34c
.. 22c
..16c
..18c
I,AIU. CO.MPOUMI,
COOKINtJ OIL
Swift's Jewel Compounil. lorgu
pall i $115
Swift's Jewel Compound, mo-
$r.:l". 58c
Swift's Puro Lard, fljf AQ
10 lbs. net DX.iJ:i7
Swift's Puro iira, r7lMn
f, lbs. net I 7l
t gnllou
Wesson Oil . . .
to gallon
Maiola Oil
$1.10
$113
ion-lb,
lilateil
Sugar
sack Tine, While, Oran-
$5.75
Ouaranteed Fresh QQ
Country Hggs, dozen 07C
(Wo put 'em In cartons, too,
frca.ot charge.)
Three rnrlonil Foodstuffs un
Innded this week naturally, the
prlco Is lowor. '
SOLID CAR LOAD 1
FLOUR
24 lbs. Magnolia. . .85c
18 lbs. Magnolia. $1.66
98 lbs. Magnolia. $3.30
24 lbs. W. Star 95c
48 lbs. W. Star . . .$1.85,
98 lbs. W. Star. .$3.G5
Largo ran California
Peaches, In syrup ..... AJLt
Pest quality heavy syrup pack
Hnto'n Lender Peaches, CfJ
Apricots nnd Pineapple Ui
Solid Carload Potatoes
Come nnd get all you QQ
. .. UUl
want. Peck
1 00 lbs.
,$X35
19c
25c
25c
26c
39c
nt)
59c
34c
38c
29c
47c
(lood
Plo JUacliberrles
2 poundu
(lood Prunes ...
2 tnll
cans Salmon .-.
fl-nz. jnr Jelly,
any flavor ...
10-oz, tnll Jnr QQ
Jelly OiU
(incso are pure iruiw
(i-or, quart
jar Jolly ..,
1 lb. H. U
Coffee
1 lb. Totar
Hoar Cotton
1 lb. Steel
Cut Peabnrry ...(..
I lb. Folger
Qolden date Coffse.
Headquarters for Garden and Flower Seeds, Seed, Pota
Iocs, Onion Sots. Special prices on quantities.
AH $10 Orders Delfvered Free Less Amounts 15c.
A mountain composed almost ot
pure sulphur has been discovered
on one of the New Hebrides Islands
In the South Pacific.
Mm
aim
THE FIRST CHOICE
OF CHEF
AND HOUSEWIFE
Kill
X C H A N G E
GIVING STORE IN TULSA
BIGGEST VALUE
The Best Results are
Obtained by Using
CllJ!'l'ccPi', Sanitarium.
tuff'TON Building of the state
c.mISuJoslno'P1,al ho" were
"Plea f0r the state Thursday byT5r,
artmnt afUg n InspecUa with.
Baker's Chocolate
(Blue Wrapper. Yellow Ltxi)
In making Cakes, Pics, Pudding, .Frosting, Ice
Cream, Sauces, Fudges, Hot and Cold Drinks
For more than 140 years this chocolate has
been the svandard for purity, delicacy of flavor,
and uniform quality. ' ,
IT IS THOROUGHLY RELIABLE
57 Highest Awards in
Europe and Anjerica
c trademark "La Belle Chocolatiere" on every
genuine package
WALTER BAKER r CO. LTD.
E,ubtiihcd 1780
DORCHESTER - - MASSACHUSETTS
Boollct of Choice Reclpei tent free
Quality Beef
Prime 'Rib Roast,
,r 18c
Ritmp Roatst, 1 Qn
per lb JLOL
Swiss
22c
Sirloin Stoak9K
per lb jOL
T-bone Steak
28c
Steak,
28c
Round or
Steak, per
lb
per
lb.
Porterhouse
per
lb
28c
28c
28c
Genuine Spring
Lamb
Leg of
Lnrnb, lb.. .
Rib Chops,
per lb
Loin Chops,
per lb. .
Whole Shoulder,
r....... 15c
Little Fresh Legs of
per lb.. ...23c
Little Pig Pork.
Loins, OAv
Fresh Side -t K
b. ItJt
per lb.
Fresh
Pork, per lb.
Veal
Leg of Veal for
roasting, whole or
1 alf,
I cr lb. . . .
1 'cal Stew,
per lb
Veal Shoulder
Roast,
per lb.
Veal Chops, -J pT
per lb XtJC
Fresh Ground Veal,
very suitable for
Veal Loaf or Veal
Croquettes, OH,,
per lb &)Ks
20c
5c
12ic
Lard
10'lh. huckct llunin Ken
dcrod QC
Uud iDX.OO
4. Hi. huchota Homo Ilcn-
dcrcd
I.anl .
60-Ui. call llomn Hin
dered
Iird
8. lb. bucl.ct
Compound .
45-lb, can
Compound
tlO'lb. drum
font pound
SuKar Cured llrcnkfaJit
llacon, 10 and lj.lh. av
erase. 1 Qn
per 11.. .... . XtJXs
I.leht Wi'leht Klri-t ilrndo
llrciikfiiBl llacon,
per lh.
flood HnioUfiil Ha-
con, pxr lb,.
.70c
mf) Iten-
$6.00
$1.14
$5.40
$13.20
28c
16c
100 !l. llcnt Prcnnrv-
Kuitar $5.65
10 II.b. Hem, Tro- KH n
nerving Sugar,. , . O I L
10 hard 1'. & tt.
Sonp
52c
100 lb. Kniuy d A
White I'otatueatDAJ.UVF
1 neck Fancy
Wlilto l'otutoea. .
1 dozen Vre.vh
Country Kbb. .
1 package
.1 cllo
1 Hwanadowi)
Flour
1 10. b. Hick
.Meal
No. 2 Corn,
each
No. 2 Tomatoes,
each
Imported French
Teas at
Grocery Specials
DIUKD I'JIUITS
16c
18c
29c
19c
rnuiTS
57c
86c
69c
66c
98c
88c
39c
39c
10c
39c
19c
10c
12c
22c
reach,
por lb. . . ,
1'runna,
per ll. . .
.Aprlcotn,
per lh. ..,
Hun Muld
Ttnlsln.i ..
i,IiI,O.V CAN
1'cachcB,
per can
Blackberries,
per ran
Aprluotn,
tier can .....
l'lncnppln,
per run . . , ,
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per ran .....
Ited or Illnck
Hnnnherrlex. ran
No, 3 'A con FrUllH- Ap-
rlcotH, Teaches, OQ
Pineapple, I'eara UUs
Vet ilotcn truis. ..:i.35
If You Want the Best Creamery Butter Ask ior "Armour's Clover Bloom"
The Peoples Exchange
111-113 E. Firt
Tulsa, Oklahoma
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