The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 21, 1924 · Page 11
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November 21, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE ELEVEN. ews 21 / I''/. I'! THanotnan! A UNT JIMiMA. Pancakes 'limapt^ttfrufi Tell your wife you want 'em tomorrow morning—Mir*. Aunt S smima Pancake* with that d-time Southern flavorl lit in town.floruAjl THE LADY WITH THE MARKET BASKET Some «f the Thlnoe She Flndi ••hind the Ceuntere at the Store*. From the army at vegetable* which ere spread out in the grocers windows to tempt the shopper, it would be easy to become e vegetarian. Crisp spinach at 15 and 20c a pound; head lettuce end leaflet- -f-tuce l» the same In price, 20 to 25c a pound. California tomatoes, 30 to 40c a pound. Green beans 20c, wax beans ^0c a pound. Radishes are 10c a bunch, green onions, 5c a bunch, beets 5c a bunch and turnips 5c a bunch. Cauliflower 25 and 30c a pound, cabbage i and 6c a pound. Celery ranges from the hearts at 5c to 20c for the Jumbo bunches, most of the stores have a 15c size which is nice tor the family trade. Hot bouse cucum- DUMPING IT OUT! A POSITIVE CLEAN-OUT—SELL-OUT and GET-OUT OF THE JEWELRY BUSINESS ! The Timeliest-—Biggest and Brightest Sale of Jewelry and Xmas Gifts Ever Pulled Off in Hutchinson. M. WELCH EST Stock Moving As if On Rollers—Everything in This Stock IS On Sale. bere eell et 26 and 30c each. Hubbard squashes are 20c each. P»rs- nips eell at 8o or two pound* for 15c. lively big mangoes are 30c a pound, The SealdBWeet Florida Carrots are a dime a bunch. Key west sweet potatoes are 7Hc a pound and the home grown Jerseys at 6c a pound. The luscious Hod Emperor is the king bt the market in the fruit line and the price ranges from 11c a Saturday special, all the way to 20c a pound. The gearldsweet Florida grape fruit also steps out and takes a front place in the popularity row, the Rise of the fruit varies and sells from 3 for 25c up to 20c each. The fancy apples for the table, the northwestern Jonathans. Delicious, and Rome Beauty apples come at 10 and 12'/4c a pound. The navel oranges hare replaced the pithy ones up to now the only Offerings. Oranges are reasonable, too, selling at 40 to 80c a dozen. Cranberries continue to sell at 17 and 18c a pound. Some Michigan grape* remain on the,market at 45c a basket. Nice pears are offered at 40c a dozen, Bananas are higher this week, 'at 12Vjc pound. Meat prices are attractive. Wilbur Caldwell of the J. 8. Dillon and Bon Ave., B west store quoted some Saturday special* along this line. In beef, fore quarter* at 8%c a pound; hind quarter meat at 10c; loin pork roaets at 19c a pound; whole fresh hams, 20c; shoulder, 16c; sausage 20c. At the other meat shop* prices range with Bamberger at 15c; round steak, 20c; loin and T-bone steak, 20c; pork steak, 20c; pork chops, 25; beef roasts 10 -16cr beet boll, 8-10; veal steak, 25c $35 Set Sterling $0ft-50 Knives and Forks ~" W* guMreatee this act of knives and fork* to —.titty you in •very respect. There is itothing better can be had. Every piece ia tUmpei "Sterling-." What a handsome gift it would make for the wife, mother or titter—only a few of the** left. Better Hurry I $35, 23-P!ece set of $14 .95' Genuine Bavarian China Positively the greatest value ever ottered to the people of this community. Think of it, 23 of the moat useful pieces of the highest grade of Bavarian China at a price ao low at thia. Quitting the jewelry butinitt is the. cause of the lov -rice which means your gain. \ $7.50 Cut Glass $**.00 Water lug Not for y—n have you been able to buy a genuine cut gU.a two'oaart water piUhmr for $3.00. One gUnc* at this beautiful piece vriH convip-' >»u of it* genuineness and w«f feel sure you can make some heart gUA at Xmas with such a gitt. M. WELCH JEWELRY The Time To Buy Right—Is the Right Time To Buy. Buy From the Market Butcher Current quiniu.oihi rrom local markets BIIOW that in a great many elisor prices of meats are a great deal lower than prices which are being paid to house-to-house peddlers. One local suburban grocery story quotes hamburger at 16c, sausage 20c, round steok 20c, loin and tea bone steak 20c, pork steak 20c, pork chops I'.'i-. f:'P'-> roasts 10c and 15o, fancy beef boll 8c and JO', 'r.rd 'i ioa. veal steak 25c. According to (ho local meat pack- era, there aro some pooplo In the_ vicinity who rather thau take a" reduced price for hogs, make them Into sausage which would not stand the inspection of a local packing plant. Sausage of this chnracter Is being sold from house to house now. MOESER-SON Grocery and Market Corner—B—Cleveland Phone 916 Hamberg 15c Sausage 20c Round Steak 20c Loin and T-Bone Steak .20c Pork Steak 20c Pork Chops 25c Lean Pork Roasts .... 20c Fancy Beef Roasts .. 10-15c Fancy Beef Boil 8-10c Lard 2-lb 45c Fancy Veal Steak .... 25c Whole Fresh Hams .... 20c Celery, .. 15c Head lettuce .......... 20c Turnips, 8-lbs 25c Sweet Potatoes 6-lbs. . .25c Lettuce per lb .... 25c Mangoes, per lb. ...... 25c Raisin* 2 lbs for .....,25c Prunes, 2 lbs for 25c \ Dried Apricots .... 18-35c Grapes, per lb 15c Oranges per dot. 20c FREE DELIVERY. Saturday Specials From The. Pure Food Pastry Shop 402 North Main—Phone 681 Lady Baltimore Cake, Regular Price 25c—•< Saturday Only, 18c 2-Layer, 4 inches square, Marshmaliow DEVIL'S FOOD Cake, Regular Price 25c— Saturday Only, 18c Old Fashioned Boston Cream Pie, Regular Price 40c— Saturday Only, 25c Besides these Saturday Specials, we carry a full line of Danish and French Pastries Hot Rolls and Bread Twice Daily—11 o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M. The Pure Food Pastry Shop 402 North Main Phone 681 O'Connell's Specials For This Week Here is a list of specials at our store for this week only. 28c Can 20c Can 20c Can 25c Lb. 25c 10c Lb. .25c 09c Lb, Mother's Oats 29c Pkg. 25c 09c Pkg. 20c Lb. Pearl White Soap, 7 Bars 25c lie Lb. No. 1 Soft Shell Walnuts 3»c Lb. 25c Lb. 15c Lb. lOcLb: Rib Boil, 3 Lbs. for 25c 20c Lb. 35c Nut Ola O'CONNELL'S CASH GROCERY AND MARKET HUTCHINSON BRANDS OUR SPECIALTY Cash and Carry Grocers PHONE 894 14 East Sherman Carry - More 315 N. Main Phone 97$ Crisco—6 Pounds Ola—Pound $1.38 20c SOAP—BAR Crystal White MILK — Carnation or Borden's 4c Case, $3.85 9c Limited 10 to Customer Post Toastiet Pure Maple Syrup Pint , 12V 2 C 39c ] Citron, pound 60c; Candied Cherries, pound 65c; Candied Pineapple, pound 75c; Raisins 4 pounds 44c; Orange and Lemon Peel, pound 40c; New Currants, pound 29c; New Dates, pound 14c. Eatmor 'Cranberries' Reasonable in price—easily and quickly prepared. Try this recipe— it makes a most appetizing sauce. Ten • Minute Cranberry Sauce for over 33 years On* quart craabarrlee, two cop. boiling water, 1 J< to 2 cups »uf >r. Bail .agar and water together for fi»e minute.; .bim| add th. cranbarrie. and boil without .drrinf (fi»e minute* i. a.ualljr .ufflci.nl) untir-all tha .kin. are broken. Remove from tba fire when the popping .top.. Recipe folder mailed free AMERICAN CRANBERRY EXCHANGE NWajlman>i Nov Yarb. N. V. O K Ounces for O S$ WHY PAY WAR PRICES? Finer Texture and Larger Volume in Your Bakings Millions of Pounds Used by the Government Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald

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