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Just now the most important topic in every household is the preparation of tho Thanksgiving dinner. S3 rntrft Jpj? 'is bl - xiv V ill fcE
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every one is resting up for that Thanksgiving turkey and all the othet accessories of a big dinner. Per- TAX itjjtli l i t I I F? 1 r .-. W?
haps you will live out-of-town visitors, certainly you are planning a day of feasting even among your own rSJ f "JMiVN) 1 Ji I W.&Jm I J VV?1 W$
family. We call your attention to the grocery linns below that promise to see that you have wbat you mN g MF If I fMfly. I l uw 4 tjji
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"The. Pure Food Grocery
Exclusive Agents for the
Franklin McVeigh Club
Fresh Vegetables that have Quality
'The Store Where You Get What You Pay For"
718 Broadway Telephone 260
To Satisfy Yourself
J. D. Van Horn
"Good Things to Eat"
11 6 Broadway Telephone 204
will eat well
The best comes
A. B. Long
23 N. 8th St. Phone 183
The Home of the Famous
Fine Cakes and Pastries
Candies, Fruits and Nuts
Lunch Can Goods
14 North Eighth Phone 954
Prices the Lowest
For the Thanksgiving Dinner
(These suggestions for a Tnanakglrlnff diaaer bay
been made by Mrs. Annie Fisher, a widely known -negro
cook in Columbia.)
FKUIT TlUs can consist of sererml 'different -frvlts
serred plain in one big dish or the fruits cast be chopped
up and served with juices in the small dkhea ae frait
SOUP This can be cream-tomato or boidlloa.
OYSTERS Scalloped with crackers.
MAIN DINNER Cranberries, turkey, celery, peas, aad
potatoes. Usually two vegetables are serred with the aula
dinner. As to the kind of bread serred persona caa'-nae
their own judgment. If they prefer hot blscalu,' beaten
or plain, it is permissible, bnt more often- light- bread Is
served. People usually eat cold bread wit a hot dinner.
The pickles and ollvee can be serred wit tbe nutn dinner
or before or after it. Some people like olives and pickle
with their soup. They are placed on the table and people
eat them whenever they choose.
ICE CREAM AND PIE These are. served ride by side.
Cake can be served with the ice creant and - pie bat soma
serve the pie without the cake. Sliced chees-caa- also be
served with the pie if desired.
COFFEE AND BUNTS The asints are. passed as aeon
as the coffee is served. Salted peanuts, almond er other
kind of nut can be served with the mint aad coffee If desired.
For a less elaborate dinner Annie Fisher gives- th
FIRST COURSE Cranberries, tnrkey, dressing, peta
toes, peas, oysters, celery, pickles, and oUvesU The choice
of bread would be the same as in Uhe dinner i served . in
courses. The coffee is served with the main dinner.
SECOND COURSE Ice creant and pie served with or
without cake. Mints are passed at the end of the dinner.
THE WHITE EAGLE DAIRY
The dairy that can be depended -upon
when you want pure v milk, delicious
cream, fresh butter and butter milk, and
the best ice cream theworld. affords.
Our products have a deliciousness that
pleases every one and gives the energy
that beats Kansas. Place them on.your
table three times a day and the spirit of
Thanksgiving will abound in your home.
Good Things to be Found
Plum Pudding, Fruit Cake, Smyrna Figs,
Cluster Raisins, Dates, Spiced Cantaloupe,
Imported Oatmeal, Paprica, Whole Fig
Preserves, Ginger Preserves, Sweet Melon
Mangoes, Ripe Queen Stuffed Olives,
Mangoe Chutney, Anchovies, Bar-Le-Duc,
Peeled Asparagus, French Peas and Mush
rooms, Dill Pickles, Heinz Preserves, Corn
on Cob, Mince Meat, Lobster, Shrimp,
Crab Meats Crab, Roquefort Cheese,
Richelieu Coffee. :::::::::
Fresh Vegetables Daily
L. C.SMITH Phone 174
A FEW SPECIALTIES
Old Log Cabin Hams, Old
Boone County Sausage, White
Clover Lard, Honeysuckle
Breakfast Bacon, Oysters,
Celery and Mince Meat.
Tiger! Tiger! M. S. U.l
Come on to Corner 10th and Broadway. Get
all your groceries, vegetables, meats, fruits, candies.
We've got them by the wagon load for less money than
the other fellow will sell them to you. Bring your
friends and strangers, for our store is the place to trade.
Henry Wise, Cash Grocer
15 South 10th St.
L. W. Berry Om
Has the .. .
Groceries that Everything clean
you are inthe
looking for. Bakery Line
18-20 North Eighth
12 N. 8th St. Pheae 376 Phone 882-Red