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I Good cooking, not unlike
a Good Piano
Is essential in yotir home, to the highest
, degroeof happiness. Your husband as v
Hl; well as the Iriddies, like good things to
H' eat also good music. The best musio
fl can be secured only from the best Pianos.
Hl jWc have them here Such high grade
Hh makes as Steinway, Kimball, Kurtzmaxm, i
M Vose & Sons, Estoy; medium grades as
H Hobart M. Cable, Hinze," Everett, Regent,
H and Stoger & Sons are in our stock which
I is being sold out at a discount.
We are positively quitting business
and offering these piancs at a discount
which represents an actual saving of
$125.00 to $250.00 to you new pianos as
low as $138 used pianos, uprights as low
as $35.00. Terms as low as $5.00 per mo.
CALL AND INVESTIGATE
OGDEN MUSIC COMPANY
m 2370 Wash. Ave. The Pioneor Piano House
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I ' OGDEN THEATER f
H. 1 BILLY ELLWOOD, Inc.
H I The Only Family Vaudeville Theater
H I Week Starting Saturday Matinee, Sept 28
m 1 Andrews-Abbott Trio
M I In Goo. Lenuings Comedy j
1 "The Leading Lady." j
H Miss Byron Frie j
H I Hattie Eerchner Aorial Novelt E
H 1 VioJ-mift I
H I Tracy & Tracy E
1 I Ragtime Singers Ragtime Talkers. E
H I Black & Leslie Prof. Sery's
H 1 . , Orchestra E
1 Singers, Dancers 10fioloJ3tB-10 I
H I FIRST RUN PHOTO PLAY
I 750 Seats at 20c 2 Shows Nightly, 1
1 7:30,9:15. j
1 350 Seats at 10c x)oors Qpen 7 p. m. I
M I Change of Bill Saturday and Wednesday I
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HI Did you ever see an electric
ih Sad Iron on which the heat
m; "could be regulated? V:fx
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MM , Qne of the prizes at the
Hi COOKING SCHOOL is the
K; Pelouze Electric Sad Iron,
J We also handle Peloue Cof -
K fee Percolators in Nickel and
B Copper Plating
V Also Pelouze Curling Irons
Hi and Dryers
1 GEO. A. LOWE CO.
1 you will never know how I
I good Hominy can taste I
1 till you have tried I
Turn A IH I
I lrti r& IT'S JUST
M Pure Food '...
1 LYE I. MOTHER I
I H&MBN USED TO I
1 Hailed by Our New Process MAKE W
M No hulls or black ends of corn they are thoronghly removed by H
our new process GUARANTEED under the Pure Food Law. H,
jl Ogden, Utah Ij
Cooking School Program
Uae sirloin steak cut one and one-fourth Inches thick, wipe Bteak with damp cloth, broil eight minutes,
place on platter. Spread with butter, season with salt. Drain liquor from one pint of oyster, cover steak
with same, season oysters with salt, dot with butter. Placo on grate In hot oven and bake until oyBiers are
Carrots should bo scraped or pared as thin as possible, slice thin or cut into cubes. Cook In as little
water aa possible until tendor. Do not cook rapidly To each pint of carrots add one-half teaspoonful of
salt and a heaping teaspoonful of sugar. When lender, cover with rich milk, and thicken slightly with flour
Add Biuall piece of butter.
To one pint of cold mashed potatoes, add ono cup of minced oysters or white moat of fowl, and one I
bcaton ogg, mix thoroughly, form Into balls size of an egg Dip In beaten egg, roll In crumbs, and fry in deep
Cottoleno. Serve with shrimp sauce.
One-fourth cupful of Cottolenc, three roundnig tablespoonfuls of flour, one and one-half cupfuls of water,
one cupful of shrimp cleaned and cut into pieces, salt and popper to taste. To Cottolenc and butter add flour
and cook until slightly browned Then add water gradually, stir constantly Bring to boiling point, add
shrimps, salt and popper, and cook a fow minutes longer. Add one tablespoonful of mixed parsley before
ROLLED OAT DROPS.
Three cupfuls of rolled oats, two cupfuls of silted flour, one and one-half cupfuls brown sugar, three
fourths cupful of Cottolenc, one-third cupful of sweet milk, four teaspoonf.ils of baking powder, two eggs,
three hoaplng teaspoonfuls of cocoa, one teaspoonful of salt, one pint of seeded laislns, or half figs may bo
need. Place flour, rolled oats, salt and baking powder in mixing bowl. Mix thorouchly; add Cottoleno
and work , through. Then add milk, benten eggs and fruit. Mia. well. Drop in small spoonfuls on greasod pan.
Bake In" hot oven.
Note. Useoven measurements unless otherwise stated
LENTIL CROQUETTES. I
Take ono pint of lentil pulp, one-half pint of bread ciumbs (entire wheat preferred), thr&e beaten eggs, two I
tableapoonfnls of grated onion, one-fourth cupful Cottolenc, salt and pepper MI Ingredients together, cook I
in double boiler or steamer until eggs are set Chill then form Into cioqucttes. dip In e,?g, roll In crumbs and
fry In deep Cottolenc To add one-half cupful of shiedded EncllBh walnts or pecans imparts a rich, delicato
, , CELERY PIMENTO SALAD.
Tak9 ono pint of crisp celery, cut Into ono-eighlh-inch lengths Cut two pimentos Into shoit, thin, strips,
blend celery and pimentos. Add salt and mash with sour cream dressing. Sene on lettuce leaf Garnish
i with Bhredded nuts.
I , . , SOUR CREAM DRESSING.
lake one-half pint of sour double cream, put into deep qvmrt cup, whiP with ogg beater until stiff. Add
1 one tablespoonful of lemon juice and two rounding tablespoonfulB of sugar. Most delicious and healthful.
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I Add happiness to the home by modernizing your kitchen
BE SURE AND SEE THE . j
Boyle Furniture Co.
display of home helps at the cooking school 1
The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet, 1st prize layer cake division; The I
Thermatic Fireless Cooker, 1st prize doughnut division; Wear-Ever I
Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Bissell's Carpet Sweepers, Universal Food I
Choppers, Monarch Malleable Ranges, the White Electric and the 1
1 White Way Washing Machines.' If you do not have the ready money to
I purchase any of the above articles, we would be pleased to let you make I
I practically your own terms. A little down and small payments weekly I
I or monthly. - 1
Boyle Furniture Co.
I Cash or Credifc Terms to Suit
Just as Easy!!
1 ito do your washing and wringing with one I
1 of our Electric Washers all you have to do '
1 is connect the cord to your light socket, turn
1 the button and the washer does all that hard, J jj
id k m
N back-breaking work you used to do. B J
I The tub is made of a non-shrinkable k I
I wood, handsomely varnished, all cogs cover- I
I ed, no danger whatever from fingers being 1
1 caught while machine is in motion.
1 Come in an! let us show you this great I I
I labor-saving machine. i
'Your wife will be happy if you buy one." I
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j OGDEN i
!JL JOl JL Photographer I I
I in your town is j
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I He will make your picture at the cooking j f
I school. For fine portraits go to the Noggle i I
I Call 388-J and make an appointment There
a reason. Kodak f ininshing. 1
2434 WASHINGTON AVE. I
j Reasons Why j
J ( All Groceries used at the 1 I
9 Cooking School I
I are bought from The Langlois Meat & 1 ,
I Grocery Co. I
I ;". Because 1 1
1 First: We have quality. . :' 1 l
1 Second: We ask the lowest prices. j
1 Third: We give the best service, 1 p
& Grocery Co. i
1 The Big Corner Opposite Postoff ice, I 1 1