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: I - ?t : . -Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Blorninr, December 23, 1930 Watch for this Section each Thursday
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THIRTY-ItAY ACCOUNT SERVICE.' 1 FREE - DELIVERY,
"A Food Store That Merits Your Confidence?' I
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If there is one time in the year when the family larder should be
: rull it is now, just before Christmas. The children are home from
school. Extra guests in the house. Christmas entertaining to do.
, AH kinds of drains on the food supply. - And here we are with a
; store full of the finest foods to be' had anywhere, ready to supply
your wants. -: : ; I .. . - ;
; Oranges" in thfe small, sizes are very economical at two dozen for 35c and
25c dozen. Also the large sizes at 50c and 70c a dozen. California Grape Fruit
; at 69c a dozen and the Florida at four for 23cJ Japanese oranges in the original
- boxes at $1.15 per box and yon can buy the California Navels in the whole or
half boxes at .very close, to wholesale prices. Cluster Raisins at 25c per package
and the dates and figs in sale packages at 25c Then for the center piece of
your Christmas dinner we have the turkey, (an especially fine lot of grain fed
- birds), the cranberries, the mince meat or pumpkin. Roth's fruit cakes and plum
puddings and the Cresta Blanca Pudding Sauce with the old time flavor. Plenty
of celery head lettuce, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, hot house tomatoes, cucum
bers, artichokes, sweet potatoes, ; Hubbard or Marbelhead squash, fresh peas,
beets, carrots, turnips are the fresh vegetables to select from. And the canned
foods that are so. easy to prepare, the asparagus, Tomatoes, Kernel and Del Maize
corn, artichoke hearts, telephone and dimple peas, the whole string beans, San
tlam Cut beans, spinach, baby beets,' and by the way we are giving a 10 dis
count on canned goods in dozen lots assorted as you wish. The canned pineap
ple, grape fruit, halves and sliced peaches, Bartlett pears, salad fruit, apricots '
are also included in the 10 discount sale.
A Few More Suggestions s
Ripe and green Olives; Burr Gherkins, Dills, Relish, Chili Sauce, Sniders oyster
cocktail sauce. Imported Swiss, Roquefort, Nippy New York Cheddar, Tilla
mook and all the varieties of Kraft- and Brookfield Cheese.. Clicquot Club and
Canada Dry and the various cordials and Vermouths add jest to the occasion.
Our cakes grace the dinner .table, in many homes Lady Baltimore, Burt Leath-
er, Chocolate, Prune, Mocha, Nut, Cocoanut, Angel and Jelly Rolls. Mince pie
made with our home made Mince meat and the apple and pumpkin pies.
We Can Roast a Limited Number of Turkeys on Wednesday
On January 2nd we will open our new store at 275 N. High St. ' (next to City
Hall). We close here Dec. 31st and open on Jan. 2nd with no loss of time or in
convenience to our customers. I .- ;
COME INTO THE
: . " " ' By ELLA 1L LEHR . . .
W almost- forgot It la thm
mad scramble of lonr-elayed
Carlstmas ahopptn, in the Job t
llng crowds on busy streets and
tbe ' bun and harry of holiday
festlrltlea; when deciding- wheth
er to bay young brother a tie as
many-hued as Joseph's coat or a
rather uncertain cigarette light
er, when . mytterioua bundles
with: a time set . for opening
stack up around .our Christmas
tree and curiosity wrecks our
peace o mind, when planning
for ln-laws and such at the
Christmas dinner destroy all
thoughts of other feasting! Yes.
well bet you almost forgot the
Christmas - breakfast -and " the
Many Stores in
City Report 9 30
Sales are Good
A check of numerous mercan
f !1a Mtt&hllshmenta ' about - town
Monday rerealed that business
was not far behind tne iszs
season. Especially was this true
nr atorea roeclallzlnK in small
artlriM- RATrl of these firms
said their 1930 sales exceeded
those of a year ago.
Some of the larger stores said
the unit number of sales was as
high as In 1329 but declines In
the retail prices ana in tne saie
of smaller articles had cut down
the gross amount of money receded.
Salem's streets were lined
with tra.ffi all afternoon Mon
day and stores generally were
thronged with buyers. At the
postoffice Monday afternoon, a
line 2 0 to 4 0 persons, long -was
created behind two. stamp win
dows as last minute shoppers
waited to t-et their packages into
Monday night's mails.
Geo Wmt BOTH THEATERS
BUT NOW AND SAVE 19
$ZM Books Now........22Jt5
$S.se Books Now........ 244
S1SM Books New..V..:.S9
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Telephone 48 & 49
Free Delivery U .: 155 N. Comm. SU
WE ARE OPEN TILL 9:00 O'CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHTS
; Oregon Grown .
Grown-on Upland Soil-
Best Grade Bulk
" Best Grade Semolina :
eJ . Pounds
Full Pint Li- 25C
Full quart ..47c
Tender Sweet C -
6 Boat .Carton
Bananas Well Ripened Fruit, 6 Lbs.
Grape Fruit Fancy Floridas, per Doz.
Imperial Valley Grape Fruit, per D02
Fancy Navel Oranges, Large Size, 39c a Doz.
Med. a Doz.
Fancy Small Oranges Full of ; Juice, 3 Dox..
Fancy Table Grapes 2 Pounds
Fancy Japanese Oranges, per Box.
Fresh Cocoanuts, Extra Large Size,.
Fancy Almond, "soft shelT 2?
Fancy Oregon Filberts 2 Pounds-
Peanuts Fresh Roasted Virginias 2 Pounds 25c
Marhsmallows Fresh Made 2 Pounds 49c
Cranberries "Fancy Eastern" 2 Pounds -49c
J FRESH VEGETABLES
Crisp Celery Hearts 2 Lge. Bunches.
Fancy Fresh Cabbage per Lb. I
Fancy Solid Lettuce 2 Heads
Sweet Potatoes Firmmnoth 5 Lbs. L25c"
Fresh Spinach and Blustard Greens 2 Pounds. 15c
Fancy Table Carrots, Turnip and Parsnips, 4 Ibs15c
TITHEN Christmas fcclla rink . . . and cv- r
- - T crybody's gathered 'round . the tree ;
' . ; . and Uncle Jim tells the story of the
Three Wise Men, and the great Treasure
they found T .V there'll be a hushed sort of
joy in ; Uie air . a Quiet moment that
breathes of Peace on Earth Good Will
; to" Men. '-'4 - J '. r" ? , . r
And though you may not realize it, well
be wishing you all the blewngs of the sea-
son, in the true Christmas spirit -7- a spirit
; that is for us an espressxon of deep tincer-
ity and unselfish derotion qualities that .
we try to live up to every day we cerye you; '
Fancy Broken Sliced
No. 2y2 Size Can
O Cans 59c
Tid-Bits An excellent
. Fruit for Salads or
. 8 oz. Can
Per Can 10c
Bradshaw's Mountain '
-Fancy New Crop'
O Lb. Pail L 59c
M. J. B. Jr.
To' Bring, home to yon .
the Fresh-Roasted Fla
vor and Fragrance ML r
- J. B. Jr. Coffee Is
packed in parehiaent- '
lined, air-tight, tripla
- 'sealed , packages
3 Lhfu Li:93c
4 Bar, 2li39C
upper not' at all uecesgary after
tb noon-daj feast bat most
certainly expected. .
Jast 'what kind and size your
Christmaa breakfast will be de
pends upon your, mode of dolus
tbiags on tbat day of all day.
- If kiddles feet come patter
Ins down the stairs In the wee
ma hours, cariosity bonnd for
the tree and their well-filled
stockings you may count on a
late breakfast, for there's so
sort of breakfast that, can "break
the spell of the . Christmas tree.
'And If breakfast Is the require
ment before the results of San
ta's visits are noted, you may be
tuite sure that a mere breakfast
will mean absolutely nothing In
their young llres o It may be
a more elaborate affair. But.
whatever It Is. do make a bit of
an effort to depart from the us
ual grab and run breakfast of
school and business lays!
A delicious Christmas break
fast . which, carries out the red
and green of Christmas time Is
(Garnish with a bit of . whipped
cream and sliced green and red
Creamed salmon , on toast
points. (Garnish with parsley and
red pimento), nice eroauettes,
eoffee. date muffins.
Waffles, fried. apples and tiny
sausage are a combination which
would bring Joy to the gas
never tire of them.
Ham Is most appropriate and
fits well Into the color scheme.
The bread may vary - from
griddle cakes, or -waffles. If you
hat the necessary courage to
attempt filling your family to
rusks, seenes. coffee cake or the
Italian Christmas bread we're
- The griddle cakes, waffles and
biscuit may be prepared at your
table if you Included table stove
and combination griddle cake
and waffle Iron In your sugges
tions to Santa With an electric
percolator and a little Ingenuity
distribution of this. section
with complete coverage of
Salem and Salem R. F. D's.
tronomleal apparatus of even a
We do advise fruit as a "start
er" grapefruit, baked pears
and any of the colorful , display
of canned fruits we hope your
Eggs may be served In a mul
titude of ways and somehow we
the - whole ,.. breakfast may be
served with . the hostess never
leaving the table. ;
And . have you forgotten ' the
fried mush. crisp golden, brown
morsel, .which our grandmoth
ers served? This . with syrup
and : fruit provides a most com
plete breakfast! ...
Fried Corameal Mush r
' Cook eornmeal as any cereal,
until thick. While hot, pack-In
mold. If packed In a long nar
row pan or a round one pound
baking powder tin. the , slices
are of one size and the more at
tractive. - Rinse any of these in
cold water before packing.. - Let
stand in cold place until firm,
turn eat of mold and cut in
slices 1-4 to .1-2 inch thick. Heat
frying pan, 'add enough fat to
cover the bottom, and when it is
Bizzllng hot, . lay in slices of
mush. Turn when golden brown.
Serve hot and plenty of It!
One cup eornmeal, 5 1-4 cups
water, 2 teaspoons salt. . Bring
water to boiling point, add salt
and eornmeal and cook as any
(That Is something different)
Two cups sifted flour, 4 table
spoons baking powder, 1 tea
spoon salt, 2 or 4 teaspoons
sugar, 4 tablespoons fat, 1 egg
or 2 egg yolks, 1-2 cup milk, 1-2
cup currants or small seedless
" Sift together the dry ingredi
ents, cut In the shortening. Beat
eg until light and add milk. Add
this slowly to the dry ingredi
ents. Roll er pat out 1-2 inch
thick. Cut Into ' pieces two
Inches square and told over to
form a triangle. Bake In mod
erately hot oven for 25 min
utes. Hakes about 14 scones.
(Italian Christmas Bread)
One cake compressed yeast. 1
tablespoon sugar dissolved In 2
cups lukewarm milk. Ten add
2 cups ' sifted flour. " (Total
amount six or more sifted with
1 teaspoon salt). Now cream E
tablespoons butter and blend
with one cup sugar and two
whole eggs well beaten.
-Beat mixture until smooth,
stirring In additional 4 cups
flour until it becomes light, airy
mass. Cover and set aside in
warm place without draught to
raise until light, about 1H
hours, then mold Into round
loaf. -Flavor with anise oil ( tt
teaspoon) (or. 1 teaspoon nut
meg and 2 teaspoons vanilla).
Let raise In baking pan until
light or about 1 hour. Beat one
egg slightly, dilute with water
and glaxe top, then bake at 350
degrees 45 to 50 minutes.
V This makes one huge loaf or
two . round loaves about seven
Inches In diameter.
t Christmas suppers are usually
nothing more than refrigerator
raids. We prefer to use these
lef torero the next day and pro
vide Something a bit different!
Sandwiches of - various kinds
are most fitting to the oecasion
and may be munched around the
fireplace. Any sort of rarebits
are easily prepared and served.
Hot - biscuits and honey oh,
boys and girls!
- The mince and pumpkin pies
or the plum pudding which lack
of space alone prevented from
being devoured, at dinner are ro
much better at supper tin-.e.
Then slices of fruit cake ierrvl
on a silver platter with a sprig
of holly atop of lUtla cakes r.O
tea fill the vacant (!) spot.
Buy. 'with, confidence
and this year for less.
For the Last-Minute Shopper
Star Dollar Books Novels of Distinc
tion 75 Cent Reprints New Fiction
Biographies and Travel Books
Children's- Books from 15 cents up.
Bill 'folds Keytainers Brief Cases
Names put on fountain pens and pen
cils purchased here free until
465 State -
"GIVE A BOOK"
A $50,000 GIFT TO XLV1AS SHOPPERO
We'll "Carry Thru" to the Last Minute
Our regular $9.95 hoys'
long pants QC
suits, only ; tD.UO
A real chance to get a afflc
dress. $9.90 OA QK
$6.95 Dresses $3.48
We have done everything humanly possi
ble to help make this Christmas a merry
one. . rrv';'
We tried to put cheer in people's hearts
by cutting our own profits so more could
afford to "buy now."
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Everything has been reduced in our stores
except the value of a smile. ,
We have not tried to dilute ; the milk of
helpfulness with the water of personal
"gain. .- '. . - : - . .
WE WANT TO THANK THE THOU
SANDS OF CUSTOMERS and FRIENDS
WHO HAVE JOINED WJTH US m FO
CUSING THE ATTENTION OP THE
PEOPLE OF THE WEST ON THE NA
TIONAL "BUY NOW CAMPAIGN.
Dad would like a 'new hat
for Xmas GQ AO
4.98 now tDDel70
$3.98 now $2.93
Large Discounts on our en
tire stock of shoes, slip
pers or oxfords. '
Any ' man's suit : up to,
BRED3R OFFERS YOU REAL REA
SONS FOR FILLING OUT YOUR
CHRISTMAS LIST AT THIS STORE..
HERE ARE PRICE INDUCEMENTS
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What could be better to
give than a nice warm
$1.29 t0 $3.89
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