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MANY DELICIOUS DISHES
PREPARED FROM CHEESE
Experiments Show It is as Easily and
Thoroughly Digested as Other
Staple Food; One Ounce of Cheese
Equivalent to Two Ounces of
In hot weather, even hearty appe
tites grow tired of meat. Cheese nat
urally suggests itself as a substitute,
since it is rich in the same kind of
nutrients which meat supplies and is a
material which can be in a great var
iety of ways.
M4any people believe cheese to be
dlifficult to digest, but extensive inves
tigations h,ave been carried on in the
D)epartment of Agriculture, the re
sults of which show that cheese, pro
perly prepared andl used, is not a gen
2ral cause of trouble.
From the standpoinit of the house
keeper, cheese is of importance be
cause of its nutritive value (particular
ly its high percentage of muscle-form
ing materials), because of the ease
wvith which it can be kept and pre
plaredl for the table, and because of its
appetizing flavor and the great variety
of ways in which it can bec servedl.
In substituting cheese for meat
special pains should be taken to serve
dlishes which are relishedl by members
(of the family. A number of recipes
for (dishes which contain cheese are
1 1-3 cups soft, stale bread crumbs.
6 ounces of cheese (1 1-3 cups of
cheese grated fine or cut into small
4 eggs. 1 cup hot water.
1-2 teasp~oon salt.
Mix the water, brea~d crutnbs, salt,
and cheese; add~ the yolks, thoroughly
beaten; into this mixture cut andl foldl
the.\vhites of eggs, beaten until stiff.
lKIdney troublet dlont disappear of
Ia(ti<1 unclerninlng health with
tlearllto ceutaty t l eyou fall a vic
Stop your troubles while there in timo.
SPiont wait until little pains become bi
aches. lDon't trifle with disease.
avoid future suffering begin treatment
with GO)LD AlEDAIL linarlem 011 Cnp
-mulcs now. Take three or four every
day untill you are entirely freo from
i ls well-known preparation has boen
ono of tho national remedies of ilol
land dor centuries. In 1696 tho govern
ment of the Netherlankle granted a.
spoeial charter authorizing ita prepara
e Market opened
)lenty. We sold
ry satisfactory to 4
or has our person
liar for the weed.
sere you get a sqt
Pour into a buttered baking dish and
cook 30 minutes in a moderate oven.
Serve at once.
The food value of this dish, made
with the above quantities, is almost
exactly the same as that of a pound
of beef of average composition and a
pound of potatoes combined.
1 cup of boiled rice.
2 tablespoons of milk.
4 eggs. 1 cup of grated cheese.
1-2 teaspoon of salt.
1 teaspoon of some commercial
meat sauce, or similar flavoring.
Hleat the rice in the milk, add the
other ingredients, and cook slowly un
til the cheese is melted. Serve on
crackers or toast.
The food value is not far from tha'.
of a pound of beef of average composi.
Corn and Cheese Souille.
1 tablespoon of butter. 1 table
spoon of chopper green pepper.
1-4 cup of flour.
2 cups of milk. 1 cup of chopper
1 cup of gratedl cheese. 3 eggs.
1-2 teaspoon of salt..
Melt the~ butter and cook the pep
per thoroughly in it. Make a sauce
out of the flour, milk, and cheese; add
the corn, cheese, yolks,, andl season
ing; cut and fold in the whites beaten
stiffly; turn into a buttered baking
dlish andl bake in a modierate oven 30
Made with skimmed mIlk and with
out butter, this.dish has a food value
slightly in excess of a poundi of beef
andi a poundi of potatoes.
2 tablespoons of butter.
2 tablespoons of flour.
3-4 cup of milk.
3-4 cup of stewed and strained to
1-8 teaspoon soda.
1 pound of cheese.
The housewife of Holland would al
most as soon be without food as wIth
out her "Roli Dutch Drops," as she
quaintly calls GOLD1 MEDAL. Haarlomi
Oil Capsules. They restore strength
and aro responsIble in a eat measure
for thersurdy, robust realthi of the
Do not delay. Go to your druggist and
insiat on Mnl supp'lyng you with GOLD
M 1DAI 1J aarlemn Oid Capsules. Take
them as d ractod, and if you are net I
satisfied with results your druggist will
gladly refund your money. Lookc for
the name GOLD ME~DALJ on the bo:1
and accept no other, In sealed Boxeas
Monday again i
on our floor ovei
ur farmer frienc
al attention, and
Load your wag
,re Terrel Pulls ai
2 eggs, slightly beaten. Salt, mus
tard, cayenne pepped.
Cook the butter and the flour to
gether, add the milk, and as soon as
the mixture thickens add tomatoes and
soda. Then add cheese, eggs and
seasoning. Serve on toasted whole
wheat or Graham bread.
Green Corn, 'Tomato, and Cheese
1 tablespoon of butter.
2 cups of grated cheese.
3-4 cup of canned or grated fresh
corn. 1 ripe pimiento.
1-2 cup of tomato puree.
2 egg yolks.
1 teaspoon salt.
1-2 teaspoon of paplrika.
7 clove of garlic.
4 slices of breadl.
Into the melted butter stir the
aheese until it, too, is melted. Then
.rdd' the corn and pij1i~into, .stir for a
moment and addl the egg yolks. beaten
ad mixed with the tomato juice and
the 'salt and pap~rika. Have ready the
bread toasted on one sidle 'and very
lightly rubbed on its antoastedl side
with the garlic cut in two. Pour the
'nixture over the untoasted side of the
aread and serve at once. A p)oached
3gg is sometimes placed on top of
aclh portion, making a very nutritious
Cheese and Macamvni Loaf
1-2 cup of maicaronia broken into
- 1 cup of milk. 1 cup of soft bread
1 taLespoon of butte.
1 tablespoon chopped green~'f peppert.
1 teaspoon each of chopped onion
3 eggs. 1 teaspoon of salt.
1-2 cup of grated cheese.
Cook the macaroni in b~oilinag salted
,vater until tender, andl rinse in cold
vater. Cook the parsley, onion, and
>eper in a little wvater wvith the but
or. Pour off the water or allowv it to
>Oii away. Beat the egg white and
iolk sepsarately. Mix all the ingre
lients, .cutting and folding ;n the
tilly beaten whites at the last. Line
quart baking dlish with buttered
)aper; turn the mixture into it; set
he baking dish in a pan of hot water,
md bake in at moderate oven from one
ialf to three-fourths of an hour.
serve with tomato sauce.
NOTICE OF D)ISQIIARCGE
I will apply. to the JTudge of Pro
)ate for Clarondon County on the 15th
lay of September 1919 at 11 o'clock
m. m. for Letters of Discharge as Ad
nirdistratrix of the Estate of Henry J.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler,
New Zion, 8. C. Aug 16,.isato
vith a big rush. Tobacco was here
r 140,000 pounds at prices that were
Is. Every pile that is sold on our
that is why we get the very highest
n full and bring it to the warehouse
rid Satterfield Pushes.
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