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GRAND OPENING TOMORROW
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ARCADES AND MARQUISE
Tbts rl»w ahowa on* of th* main arradaa forming naarlr 500 f»et of frnntac* «vrnp(»<l by
farmara and v»ndora. Th* artistic n«w ate«"l marqtiU* leading out to First Avenue on I'lka
»tre«t. just ft stone's throw from S«cond A»»nu«, will protact you from the rain or sua.
this magnificent market, the spacious an<l beautiful arcades, and witness the
sight of your life in public market uniquenes- and perfeition 800 feet of street
frontage, crowded with vendor# of every nationality, vying with each other to
produce the moat attractive displays of farm, garden and orchard produce.
your lunch at one of the four scenic lunch rooms, where you can look out over
Seattle's wonderful harbor and view the magnificent mountain scenery Or take
advantage of a quiet hour in the commodious "restful" rest room, where also you
can look out on the same interesting view.
PIKE PLACE MARKET
SPECIALS
2 PKGS. UNEEDA BISCUITS 5c
Oold Du*t. larf* ■!*«. 17 1 *»
per ptcklin 1 I2v
At
S bar* for i9G
COLE AND HARADEN
STALLS 12, 11 ANO 14
vt#it our C«tm Room Mo«t up «« 4»t» Crwunwt •» the Cmx.
Blue Grass Creamery
Minnfletttriri of
■luxora** utrrrrß. t it» ... 65*
The Latest Improved Equipment
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Jfo d*!lv*rl#« or phon« or4»ri tl tbovs prl*»ak
Northwest Meat Company
1505 PIKE PLACE MARKET
CHOICE EASTERN PICNIC HAMS, LB 12c
Pure Food Shop
1511 PIKE PLACE
Visit this unique and sanitary meat market. Every
modern device to insure the cleanliness of the meat#—
everything under glass. Sperial prices Saturday on every
thing A 10c diih of ice cream given free with every pur
chase throughout the itore of $1.00 or over.
PURE FOOD SHOP—MEATS
PURE FOOD SHOP
Degginger & Coates
Fifth—Delicatetften
Our own make D«vll#<l Crab. «ach 10f
Our own make Corned Beef, lb ftO*
Onr own make Boiled Hmoked Ton«ue, lb 70£
Holland Mlleber Herrlna. » for |of, ke* tI.OO
Hot Kippered Rulmon, lb Is£
PURE FOOD SHOP—BUTTER
New Zealand Butter, 27<* lb.; 2 ib*
Washington Creamery, fresh city churned, lb SO**
Oregon Mutter, II) 2fit
Eastern Butter, for cooking, lb 25^
SPECIAL
Strictly Fresh Ranch Fggs, dozen 25<
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED
FISH PURE FOOD SHOP. FISH
Fresh Halibut, 2 lb* !•»<*
Fresh Shrimps, lb 10£
COME AND SEE
COME AND EAT
Balmon, ?*ry «004 irad*. 4 r.
In tall tin*. S for I ww
Orug* Marntalad*. In 4
fancy l&-o*. jar* lifC
of New Modern Six-Story Addition to
wilt be given away, after 12 o'clock noon, to the flrot 3,000 women visiting the beautifully alttiet ed and well-appointed Meet Room on the lower
floor at tho foot of the Incline. Make thle you r meeting place In the future.
TOMORROW ONLY
FT**h churned
Holstein Butter, lb. ,30c
Or 3 lbs 85c
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ALFRED KRIIBEL STALL 10«
The Pullman Dinar
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ittmixa room orrm/)o*« «wwn
Ant> Mill IT*IK«
PURE ICE CREAM
nil dub 5f
25c Quart
Conaa. t for ...... B#
W. A. HADLOCK
STALL 72
Horn* mad* U»*r Sau«ag«, AC.
2 lb* fcUU
J*lll*<l I.iirnh Tonga*, QC.
r*gal«r 40<?, |h Jul
HODNETT—StaII 31
lowa flutter. I lb» .... 511*
Mlnnteotft Butter, lb , ... :io*
All kind* nt lmporf#l «n<l Dom#«tlo
Ch««M m inwMi prlo#t
SIGSWORTH l rt flitor
FREE! A DELICIOUS SUNKIST ORANGE
New Trench Market
Sulk 84-85
All good* at special
price* tomorrow.
Pure Lard Specials
34b. pails 40c
5-lb. pails 65c
10-Ib. pails $1.20
TILIKUM
MEAT MARKET
STALL 21
PULL STOCK
CALIFORNIA
VEGETABLES
Stall. 72-81
"See the Ladies' Rest
Room. It's a Perfect
Dear—a Dream"
MRS. METZER
THE STAR—FRIDAY. APRIL >7. 1914
PIKE PLACE PUBLIC MARKET
The Biggest Market Day in the history of Seattle
Seven years ago this old market had the FIRST WORD in Seattle's market history, and now it is to have the LAST WORD.
200 FARMERS 150 STORES and STALLS
Will Offer at the Lowest Prices Ever Quoted in Seattle
The Freshest Vegetables, the Most Luscious Fruit and the Choicest Meats and Fish
'I hi* market ha* every ad vantage of location -convenient to practically every car line in the city—just a step from F ir.-t Avenue and the big
department stores at Second »nd Pikt.
CONTINUOUS MUSIC
Lagourgue's Band and Dewey'* Orchestra will enter
lain you from 2 to 10 o'clock p. m.
Every store and stall will be artistically decorated with
• profusion of flowers and foliage, each merchant trying to
outdo the others in lavish decoration.
Sugar at Wholesale Prices
in convenient 8-pound packages every day in the week A stall
devoted exclusively to the sale of sugar—an original idea found
nowhere el«e in the United States.
OPENING DAY
Opening Day Specials
SATURDAY BEING OUR OPENING DAY,
THESE SPECIALS WILL BE OFFERED AT THE
Public Market Grocery
1503-1505 Old Pike Place Public Market.
On the Corner.
Eastern Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles, regular
kind, per package 5^
No. 2 size can Hawaiian Pineapple, regular 125<c kind,
best quality, can lOc
Yakima Comb Honey, large, full combs; regular 20c value,
specisl, per comb
I-arge can California White Asparagus, regular 25c value.
snecial, can -..I.V-
No. 3 large cans, solid pack Del Monte Tomatoes, regular
20c value, special, can lO^
Karo Svrup, Blue Label, every can perfect—
No. 5, or 30c value, per can 20t
No. 10, 60c value, per can 38^
Large l>ottles of Imported Spanish Olives, regular 40c
value, special, bottle 20<*
Raspberry Preserves, pure fruit and sugar only; regular
25c value. 10c per jar, or 3 for 2!S<*
With each pouud of our Bulk Tea or Coffee we will
5 cans of Aster Milk for
or 7 pounds Best Sugar for 25^
Public Market Grocery
1503-5 PIKE PLACE On the Corner
HOOD'S GRAND OPENING
SPECIALS
After Dinner Mints, lb 20^
Peanut Crisp and Feanut Taffy, lb
Creatn Wafers, assorted, lb 20^
(Joldcn Buttercups, lb 20<*
Opera Nut, lb 20<"
Assorted hand-rolled Chocolates, all flavors, lb 2l»<*
PUPf" 5,000 Icc Cream Cones, well filled with our
PHP P own delicious Ice Cream, given away free
I It Lb L while they last, one to each customer.
Also a pretty little Souvenir Free.
Hood's Home Made Candy
and Ice Cream
New Location—On the Corner—Pike Place Market.
DECORATIONS
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View of New Building From Western Avenue Side.
lRc Yakima Mon«y 10*
New Dates. 4 lbs 'it
Fancy Yakima Spuds tot
Delivered.
New English Waluuta. 2 Iba g.*if
STALLS 1, 2 and 9
Ripe Olives, pint.. 15c
Regular 20c pint
Swift's Premium Boiled
Ham, lb 35c
STALL 6
ML Vernon Jersey But*
ter, 3 lbs 95c
lowa Creamery Butter,
3 IBs. «••••••••••• 85c
Local Ranch Eggs, 2
dozen 45c
Limburger and Brick
Cheese, lb 22c
Mt. Vernon Butter Store
1511 Pike Place.
Gunpowder Tea, lb. 15c
( Regular 35c grade.)
No cium ltn«phi<rr|pn. .. . f n<»
lOr Prlrd Plums. 4 lbs
<1 lbs. No. 1 Sugar and 1 lb 3f.e
Coffee for 501
STALL 27 LOWER FLOOR
Your Honey Is Here
25< pint; 4.V quart.
'5c refunded for each jar
returned.
C. N. SANDVIG
Stall 52
Hooaier Home Bakery
and
SCENIC LUNCH ROOM
STALLS 53-54
All pies 15^
Layer Cakes. . _20{. ».">*. 30*.
Assorted Cookie*, do«. 3 do*.
85*
Try our Bread; It taetee different.
Rye, Whole Wheat, Bran. S
loaves HH?
White Hread. loaf 10<*
You can sen us make all our
Kooda.
From Our Scenic Lunch
Room
You can behold the Sound Peter
Puget first sailed Into and the
marvelous chiseled monuments
of God in the distance.
Jack Cheese
21c lb.
MRS. COHR Stall 11
Full lln« of Putter and Wjtira.
PIKE PLACE MARKET
SPECIALS
INew Rainier Meat Market
1527 DXa Remember the Name
1 529 ■ IK6 ■ IaCO Notice the Number
Eastern Hams, lb.. 19c
Eastern Bacon, lb. .20c
Cottage Hams, lb. .20c
Bacon Babks, 1b.... 20c
Pure Lard, lb 15c
Compound Lard, lb.. ..
12H*
Dry Salt Pork, lb.l2V<tc
Pork Back Bones, 7 lbs.
25c
Spare Ribs, lb 15c
Cream Rose Creamery Co.
STALLS 67-68
SEE YOUR BUTTER MADE
Why buy Inferior Butter, when you can net the best here for the
money?
HELBOCK'S MARKET
BACK IN THE OLD MARKET AGAIN
STALLS 160-161
Open tomorrow with a full line of fresh, choice Meats
Choice Prime Rib Roasts, 1b...... 18(*
Veal Roasts, lb 16<*
Pork Roasts, lb 15<
Fresh Dressed Chickens, lb 25*
8 lb CI If A D SUGAR ONLY
gjjnn. XI II |II K OLlt Booths 201-54-40
iVt'ndsM JUVInII ? very , cheap
whit# as for a ton at wholesale.
ST. GERMAIN'S
Bakery and Lunch
We Have the Best of
Everything in the Bakery
and Lunch Line
ST. GERMAIN'S
Shoulders Lamb, lb. 10c
Leg* of Lamb, 1b... 15c
Rib and Loin Lamb
Chops, lb 12^c
Pork Roast, lb 15c
Pork Steak, lb 15c
Veal Chops, lb 15c
Veal Roast, lb 15c
Fresh dressed Hens, lb.
23c
Pot Roast, 1b....12^c
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