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Through the cooperation of Ihe progressive business houses featured on this page we arc combining a series of Jewish recipes and culinary articles with a listing of pure food products.
For the various recipes here
requiring vinegar, you will find ,
Pure Cider i Vinegar the
most satisfactory.
AT TOUR GROCERS
The Perkins-Epeneter
Pickle Co.
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| MADE ONLY IN DENVER
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by
THE MERCHANTS BISCUIT COMPANY 1
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The St. Pierre Produce Co.
WHOLESALE
All grades potatoes, onions, vegetables, apples
Phone orders promptly attended
1526 Market » - Phone Champa 7211
j. T. MATSTOET. H. GIBBONS
announcement
Sssman’s Grocery and “isrs Delicatessen
; ! begs to announce the re-establishing of their old store at j
1726 Larimer Street /
; with a full line of Groceries and Kosher Delicatessen ;
Telephone Champa 5561W <
This Coupon Is Good For 25 Cents
On u quart can of Kactu- 'HI Auto rollali. Klirtna Oil Knrlture
Polish, Karlas Oil Floor 1‘olis; If usrU before December 23, 1022.
At Our Factory 1431 Welton Street
THE KACTUS OIL PRODUCTS COMPANY
_ —. ■, ■—
"'Say It Cditb flowcrs ,?
£ CENTRAL FLORAL CO.1
S MAX 8CHRADSKY A. M. SHRAIBERG ii
—; 935 Fifteenth Street
We furnish flowers fot all occasions.
Main B8*3 IV 01 ’ 2 Champa 490
Cleans /fir/ L The Modem
Hands Hand Soap
/$/ In Powdered Form MHBBi
/ Leaves the hands with a velvet}’ feeling
// Aak your or her sample
SL lryf or write to Dlatrlbutora
1823 WELTON STREET
T.l.plioa. Mala M40 T.l.pb.,.. M.10 Mil
uilssluu Merchant in State
i D. SCHWARTZ Proprietor
Hlg-IS MATim. . I>eav«r Colorado
JEWISH RECIPES
| EIN LAL’F
| 1 ‘ 4 cup water, V» teaspoon
| suit, .’l tubiespoous Hour.
| Beat egg. adil the salt. Hour and
| water, stir until smooth. Pour slowly
| from cud of spoon Into boiling soup.
|] rook 2 or .*! minutes, and serve hot ;
| add 1 teuspoou chopped parsley to the
| sotip.
I FRITTER BBEANS.
9 i egg. 2 tablespoons Windsor mlU or
9 water, % teaspoon salt, % cup flour.
m Beat egg until light, add salt, flour
rind inilk, put through ealander into
I 'hot: deep fait and fty until brown.
Drain and i>our the* hot broth qver
Hhetn uml serve.
SPATZKN.
' 1 egg. Vi etip water, U, teasfNioii salt,
cup flour.
Beat egg well, add salt. Hour aud
water, stirring to a stiff smooth but*
ter. Drop by teaspoons into boiling
soup 10 miuutes before serving.
BAKING POWDER DVMPLINOS.
1 cup Hour, 2 teaspoons linking
IKiwder, y 4 teaspoon salt. Vi cup Wind*
sor milk or water.
8ift dry ingredients, stir in the milk
or water and mix to smooth baiter.
Droy a teaspoon at a time in the boil
ing soup; cover kettle, let boil five min.
utes and serve at once.
PPPPED CRACKERH '**
» Split common crackers, cover with
ice water, let stand S minutes. Dot
with bits of butter, place in but oven
until browned and puffed.
EGG nftIFF.
Pour clear boiling soup tnreen over
stiffly lieofen whites of 3 eggs, sprinkle
with paprika and serve* a portion on
top of each plate. 12 people
BGfl CUSTARD.
2 egg* fjrolks). few grains of Milt.
, 2 taldespoons Windsor milk.
Bent egg slightly, ndd milk and salt,
► pour into u small buttered cup and
> place in pan of hot water and let cook
; until flrin. Cool, remove from cup
► Into fancy shapes or squares.
CRACKER HAIJ.S
<1 tablespoons cracker crumbs. 1 egg, I
; 2 tablespoons butter or fat, 1 teaspoon
> chopped parsley, 1 tablespoon AVlnd
! sor milk or soup. Vb teaspoon wit,
[ nut meg. ginger and pepper to taste.
8Mr butler with the egg. add I lie
! seasoning, liquid and enough meal to
, shape into small balls, let stand
Ihour to swell, drop into boiling soup
10 minute* before serving.
I !
,1 INCORPORATED
1 Daylight Grocery and Market
j Far removed from the dust and germ-laden street, yet easily j |
accessible is this daylight, clean, sanitary Grocery and Market.
Come and see how scrupulously clean it is. j '
I Orders for Same Day Delivery Taken Up to 2 P. M. j
t ! No Phone or C. O. D. Orders Taken
Friday and Saturday Specials
| See Our Big Advertisement for Special Bargains on the Next Page. ! ;
[ COAL! |
COAL!
iadio Lump COAL! Si
% We also handle other grades of Lignite and Bituminous coals of | |
I Quality and Merit. | |
SATISFACTION ASSURED | 1
WM. ROSEN COAL CO. j
% Phone Main 6973 | *
THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS
CRACKER DUMPLINGS.
Vj cnp cracker crumbs, 1 <*Kg. Vi cup
hot water, milk or soup stock, % tea
spoon salt, l-l(i teaspoon pepper, 1
teaspoon chopped parsley.
Scald the cracker crumbs with the
hot soup or water, add the egg anti
seasonings. Drop with teaspmm Into
Isdling soup 10 minutes liefore serving.
EGG BALIA
2 yolks, cooked; 1 raw egg yolk,
teaspoon salt, 1-1(1 teaspoon pepper. %
teaspoon melted butter.
Hub yolks through sieve, add Season
ing and put together with raw yolk,
just enough to shape into fctuall balls,
roll In flour and fry In a little butter,
and pour the; hot hrotli over them or
drop them without frying Into a sbup
f» minutes before serving.
FARINA BALLS.
1 cup hot Windsor milk. edp
farina. 2 eggs, 1 tablespoon lmtter, %
ten spoon salt, pepper.
Pot butter and milk lit double boil
er. when hot add faring and stir un
til thick and smooth: take ftom stone'
nnd when coo! add the yolks of the
eggs and the Whites beaten stiff.
Reason to tkstC ami arid V» clip grated
almonds, if desired. Roll Into marbles.
Drop them in boiling soup 10 mlmttes
before serving nnd let them boll up
cnee of twice.
With dozens of hills ami bills ami hills,
The* letter box. our mail uinii Alls.
Hut mast of them I never pay.
Altbo they’re sent me every day:
Hills for groceries, bills for clothes.
Hills for gasoline, bills for hose.
Demands for rent come every first.
Of all the bills, this id the worst.
Wish 1 knew who Invented hills.
I’d give him a taste of my money Ills.
Of course there is a idII or two,
I like to pay and so I do.
The one account I can’t refuse.
Is the subscription price of the Jew
, isli News,
Its the only paper I like to rend.
It satisfies my mental need.
8o here, inclosed, you’ll find my check
To pay for another year, by heck.
| —SAMUEL SCHLESIXGER, JR.
f Professor Thomas Masaryk. the
learned President of the Republic of
Czccho-Slovakla. is engaged in writ
ing an extensive historical survey of
the Great War. Advance reports of
the work intimate that several chap
ters are devoted to the contribution of
thd Jewish people to the great strug
g’e, as well ns his personal impres
sions of the Jews.
CAMPAIGN OF
IN ROUMANIA; TEŔOR-STRICKEN
JEWS APPEAL TO KING.
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
llnohnrest—A deputation of repre
sentatives Of loading Jewish organi
zations tvbl.nl oil the King Saturday
to Complain of the continued not* of
viol Phot* against Jpwh, engineered by
students of the higher schools who, it
Is alleged, are In tnrn Incited l>y their
teachers.
Simultaneously, Deputy Stern sub
mitled questions In Parliament dealing
with the mistreatment of Jews nt the
Capitol; in Jnssl and Klansenburg.
In consequence of the continued ex
cesses, terrofr-strloken Jewish mer
eliants a ret closing their shops trherf
ever of frlghtftilness
reigns. ■
A clash nt Jnssl between soldiers of
flehefal Zadlc’s garrison ami student- |
rioters, resulted In a number of strand
#l and three fatfllltls. according to
the Aurora, a liberal Rmitrmiilan or
gan.
Another report soys that a Jewish
delegation was waylaid and robbed on
the way to authorities to protest aginst
the persecutions of Jtwrs.
Tile Oovornfnont has prohibited mn«s
meetings in all parts of Hnuninnin and
announced that heads and inspectors
of the schools would Ik* personally re
sponsible for the maintenance of order
In the higher schools, bn pain of) dis
ciplinary measures.
I. C. A. JOINS WITH JOINT DISTRIBUTION
COMMITTEE IN
RUSSIAN RECONSTRUCTION.
The directors of the Jewish Col on h Jj
/at ion Association have os reed tfj co
operate with the Joint I>iatrlhution
4‘ommittee In* the tank of reconstruct- \
ing Jewish life In Itumin. The cable j
announcing tills decision by the direc
tor# rtf the I. C. A. adds that Col.
Herbert H. Lehman, chairman of the
Joint fJlatrlhntlon committee has been
elected a member of the I. C. A. exe
cuflre. Tie !s the first American to
he so honored.
BETTER WITH AGE.
Could vnii place my son In your of- S
riee? <
All ri|<l> ■ • *vl»af —'n ho do? £
What can '«* «l«»V If ho could do s
anything I’d li'ro him myself. *
A. HINT TO HENS.
An Ottawa lien In hi an egg dully
for 107 (lays. There’s a saying in
every liea-hotfse that an egg a day
keeps tlm hatchet away.
We Serve Pure Milk
67>e
Windsor Farm Daily Co.
1847 Blake Street
Phone Main 5136
Cozy Bread!
With the
Flavor Baked in
Your Grocer
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9 All kinds of fresh and smoked FISH received daily. f.
I ARAPAHOE FISH and
POULTRY MARKET jj
3 15th and Arapahoe £
! Convenient to all cars. Free Deliver!’. Tel. Main 893-Branch 1. <
i CATERING
WEDDINGS BANQUETS
BIRTHDAYS PARTIES
QUALITY AND CLEANLINESS
IS THE SECRET.
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Best Candy and Ice Cream
w 1872
J 1508-1516 Curtis Street
ij Try Sells
: For a Lunch or a Dinner
|• ; The moat delicious fried chicken in town or u tender juicy steak. <
! 1 We are famious for our Sandwiches and Coffee—Prices !
;! moderate ;
SELLS, 1618 Champa Street
| [j
Winter is coming and we will soon have storms. I
Ford Tops recovered Larger cars priced accordingly |
Let us repair your Side Curtains nud replace tlie |
$ broken Celluloid Lights, so you will l»e jfrepared. |
HIRSH AUTO CO.
1826 Welton Street Phone Champa 5972-W |
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