The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 31, 1930, Page 5, Image 5

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A section of The Oregon Statesman featuring Merchandise Savings
Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, July 3U 1930
Watch for this Section each Thursday
. Telcphones.1885 6-7 134 N. Uberty St.
THIRTY DAY ACXUNT SERVICE - FREE DELIVERY
All Your Food on One Order, One DeKTery, One Account r : ;
Another ear of the famous Klondyke Watermelons thin-skinned, red-meated, sweet ;
10 to 25 pounds each. 2 V2C pound
Sugar
100 lbs. . ' . ;
Canning &M A
Best fine cane
100 11
$4.89
Norwegian Sardines
for 25c. Doz
North Star, 2 1 QC
TIny Tots, 2 1 AC
for35c. Doz
Yacht Crab, a French
boneless sardine
S for.. $1
Crab Meat, from the kr
ocean. Mostly leg meat.
cL : $1.00
Parity Mayonnaise, deli
ciously blended from the
purest materials.
Full Pints.; 35c
Half Pints 20c
Purity Coffee ylf
Pound WC
Purity Specials
Thompson's Chocolate '
ST . 49c
Rose Carnival marshmal-
lows nnr
Pound UUX.
Bishop's Ground choco
late, 1 lb. OQ
cans
Red Crown Corn AH
Beef, 2 cans il C
Sman White
Beans, 3 lbs...
,25c
Mazola Oil
Quarts
43c
White Wonder
soap, 7 bars
27c
Wheaties,
2 packages..
25c
Fly. Tox. Spraying with
Fly To keeps your
home flyless.
Pints 57c. AC -
Quarts
Purity Vanilla. With the
delicious vanilla tang. -2
ounce Q A
botUe OUC
THE DALLES TOMA
TOES -
3 lb. basket.
5 lb. basket
25c
40e
New Potatoes. .Nice,
smooth stock Off I.
14 pounds
Golden Bantam Corn
good bat sold "as OA
out
is." Dozen.
Apples. Yellow Trans
parent. Make fine sauce
or pie. 7 OP-
pounds
Peas from the
coast, 3 Ibs.
25c
Peaches
Basket .
30c
Cantaloupes
10c, 15c, 20c each
Grape Fruit .
California sweet
3 for 25c 4 for 25c
Oranges
35c, 65c, 75c doz.
IP(aSiU tor lOTffQiaJSF.
This Is extra, quality U. S. inspected steer beef, and at interesting prices.
Beef Pot Roast, YIlz lb. Boiling Beef, 10c. lb.
Telephones 40 & 49, 155
. FDEE DELIVEQY
Comm. Sti
0
P. & G.
Laundry
SOAP
lOBarsSoC
Wesson
Salad Oil
In cooXdnrj
Qt. can 47c For your week end outing
j rwi so picnic Include, an ample as-
4 pt. .Frying size -89c sent of Pabst-ett Cheese
, - , 9 Four popular varieties to
CJ-rirkTT7rim"rf choose from Each one m
OllUWUIllt wholesome appetizing Milk
Shortening Food. Take advantage ef
o CQ this tow price y
t i Lb. 'size OifC WATERMELONS Ol '-"
Per Lb. L
Maid O-Nnt Fancy Red Meated Klondikes
si Everyone Guaranteed We7
IllPfl believe these to be the Sea-
; son's best-Order One Pot
Margarine n '
- j TOMATOES OA
3.. AQn Basket lLuC
Pounds Wv Baskets weighing about five
10 Pounds 1.43 Pe for slicing fa,
Oregon Full CANTALOUPES OQ-
Cream 3 For : WW
i ' ' ' , . A new shipment of well rip-
CHEESE finest
2 Pounds 39C SEEDLESS . " v
; . GRAPES2 Lbs.uC,
Snow Flake . V08 flff grape8' 1
An ideal table fruit. . . . -
.GraCkerS Fresh Green Beans- Ogr
fa Large size i ' ' - ' Lbs. : '
r :-.- (OiQ tFancy SoBd Lettuce- C
Per Caddie -OVC 2 For luCi
" V ' ' . 7"'"" f Fresh Peas T-7Q
Pbtatees 3-"T:-.
- " 4 r.. i- A AD Prices Ef fectSyo
Ja Lb TCr TTsursday, Friday r
too Lbs.f r U3 I . ?n4 Sstay-'::
M. J. B Jr.
COFFEE'
35c
Per Lb.
3 Pounds
HilTs Bros. '
COFFEE
Blue Can Brand
Per Lb.
3 Lbs. .
39c
L00
Bars Bros.
Red Can
COFFEE
i39c
Per Lb.
Mentorie' Blend n
COFFEE
Per Lb. 1 .39c
Gold Medal
FLOIJR
Kitchen Tested .:
No.10 Sack L: 45c
24 Vt Lb. Sack ;98e
49 Lb. Sack - : $L79,
Wheaties
COME INTO THE
KITCHEN
With all i the Bran
Children f lore : It r
they're healthy: easy :
By ELLA IL LEHR
TIot KzeeUBt Beelpes.
"And If you would promiM to
read a little cook err book which
I would send yon. It would be ex
cellent for bota of us."
iSo said Tonag David Copper
field 'to- Dora oh. many years
ago! "We could say lots of things
about bow It might apply to present-day
swains ' and their sweet
hearts, about delicatessen potato
salad and lore flying out the win
dow, and how maybe .peace and
Kapplneas would 'linger longer if
"she would promise to read a lit
tle cookery book which he would
send her!"
" But this time we think we'll
omit our philosophizing and give
some recipes which may prove ex
cellent for both of you!
Tjunale Loaf
1 cup hamburger or ground meat
Ws
1 can corn (small)
k cap milk
1 cup yellow cornmeal
H cup rice oUtcs sliced
1 cup canned tomatoes
1 tablespoon chill powder
X el ore minced garlie
1 teaspoon salt
M teaspoon pepper
Mix together all Ingredients.
Shape In loaf in casserole that
baa been greased with bacon drip
pings or butter. Bake at 850 de
grees for about minutes. Serve
hot with the following sauce.
1 Kelt 1 or I tablespoons bacon
drippings or oil, and add flour 1
tablespoon to a eup of liquid,)
minced garlic, tomato Juice and
Spanish pepper to taste. Cook un
til fairly thick.
Tapioca Monkey
Cook -slowly in two tablespoons
butter, one minced green pepper
and one small onion, chopped tine.
Heat 3-4 cup canned corn and 1
cup stewed tomatoes in boiler.
Add two tablespoons tapioca, 1
eups American cheese cut in
small pieces, the onions and
green pepper, 1-1 C teaspoon pep
per, a dash of paprika and H tea
spoon salt. Cook IS minutes, stir
ring frequently. Serve at once on
toast or crackers.
Noodles and Ham Au Gratin.
(What to do with that leftover
ham.)
t cups cooked noodles
2-3 cup grated cheese
2 cups cooked ham dropped
2 eups thin wnlte sauce
Put layer of noodles in greased
casserole. Add layer of ham and
well seasoned white sauce and
sprinkle with cheese. Repeat.
Sprinkle cheese on top. Bake in
moderate oven (3S0 degrees) for
about SO minutes.
Banana Cream Pie
3 bananas
2 cups milk
2 eggs separated
cup sugar or more
4 tablespoons flour or 2 of corn
starch. teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon butter
Add flour mixed with a little
cold water or milk to the hot milk
in a double boiler. Cook until
fairly thick. Add egg yolks, sugar
and salt mixed together. Cook
about three minutes. Remove
from range and add vanilla.
- Slice bananas, tain in baked sie
shell. Pour over them the hot cus
tard. Cover with meringue made
from the two egg whites and two
tablespoons flour. Brown In slow
oven 300 degrees for about 15
minutes. ....
The whole eggs may be used In
the eustard and whipped cream
nsed on top.
Ooeoanui Cream Pie
Add 1 cup eocoanut to above
custard mixture, when eookedV
Omitting bananas," pour custard
la cooked pie shell. Cover with
meringue and eocoanut Brown in
S00 degree ovea for 10 or IB minutes.
: " SOLDIERS rw CUD? A
SHANGHAI (AP) The Brit
ish troops la China embrace 7,3 IS
officers and men. They Include
Indians and colonials which form
the normal establishment and ad
ditional troops from England
temporarily stationed at Shang
hai and Hongkong.
This Section
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distribution of this section
with: complete coverage of.
Salem and Salem R. F. Ift.
Don't throw your witch away!
Guaranteed
Watch Repairing
j Or Money Back
; The Jewel Box
173 N. Liberty Opp. Penney Co
Special Far Saturday
, BEU2A
Milk Itade Fresh DaQy
21 lb. loares of bread
either white or 1 0
whole wheat - IOC
Prone
Cake
18c
QnnamoiT
Rolls ...
Cnpr
Cakes
Maple Bars and Dough
nut. DeUdocs OA
dozen. LVC:
Coffee or
5c
Don't - ferret 'onr real
Danish' Butter Horns-'1
5e each
f or '
25c
Gtt your Bess for Pic
nics here. They ' are de
lldousT . Ssedar price on.
Double
S.&H.
Green Stamps
Tomorrow
CARSON
PHARMACY
Court and High TeL 233 Hotel Senator Bldg.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTDL 10 P. M.
Tea Sticks, 15c per dozen
Fresh Salt Rising Bread Today
Regular 25c
Devils Food Cake, 15c
with another purchase
The Variety Bakery
235 N. High St. OPEN SUNDAYS Tek 1657
At th
of A
VTY O
wmm
MoinA
while the bills of the past month are being discussed around the family circle - - there are
two food stores in Salem that are nearly always referred to as a standard by which prices
are compared. While there are hundreds of families who have made these stores their
food stores for years, there are others who know in their own mind that there is a real op
portunity to save money, time and annoyance at either of these stores. We invite you to
visit either store and see for yourself the advantages that await you here.
A .
S1HLAB3
RIME'S
Court Street at Commercial
BHSKK
at The Market
C. & H. Manufacture
MEOfltl
100 Pound Sack
-3.69..
An All
lard Itaf
mm
Made in the mills of Fish
er's Blend - - a real value
lb. s!i. H J
til
I
Packed in 25 lb. cloth' sack,
a convenient and sanitary
a eu Salad il
By Texas cotton seed-oil
refinery - - a high grade
talad or coclang oxL Guar-;
1? anteed cne of the beat -
Vt Knt tisa.fcjr caly 21c'3
fresh mm
HE1TJWS
FROM THE FINEST
GARDENS AND
ORCHARDS
Green Corn
String Beans
New Peas
Young Carrots
Beets, Turnips
Solid Heads of
Lettuce and
Cabbage
Celery
Celery f Hearts
BedjRipe
Green Onions
Cauliflower
Peaches, Plums
Berries
Cantaloupes
Watermelons
YouTlJfca XHEESE
"abundsneb'v at : bothi these:;
JELL-0 or
JELL-WELL
All Flavors
Per Pkg.
M.J.B; COFFEE
Delicious either hot
or ice cold .
1 Lb. Cans 43C
u Lb. Cans 85c :
Libby's Yellow
Cling Peaches
Laixe ludoas hahres In rich, ,
. sweet juice, large size cans -
- 2 for 45c V
Libby's Rose Dale
Alaska Salmon
, 1 Lb. TrU Cans -
35 c
Large size Bottle
CATSUP
2 -29c
Tasty Jack
SHRIMP
Regular: size Cans
- Lk Cans-i 33c
Co rn Flakes
or PpstToasties
O Packages 39c
PETT MILK
- Tall t Cans 'VtCr
BreadIt' rkh, healthful
, and tasty -
" Larger. Loaves , 25c
J Email LcaTca 25c
A Ixrra Pkss. . 20c
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