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members of your
thing that has a t
if it has to be put
you make your g
Milady lay nieC
Waists of Crepe
go hand in hand v
get Milady's Silk
We would adviE
a hat--Stetson Ha
of shirts. Silks
A box of Collars s
as some cravats of
make a good gift.
Rain Coats are -
Look our selectioi
Fori the girls wVl
1the g:ils as wel
* I,' Loking', for the
W'eil 8s saIV( yOU mf(
A full selction cI
for the baby.
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re in annour
tmas one long to be ren
family and friends a se
wo-fold purpose. Remen
away for fdar of breakin
ifts wearable ones.
,1 a Bathrobe or bedroc
At all times does Mila<
linen handkerchiefs, sill
le Chine, Georgette or S
'ith these Waists. What
e when selecting gifts fi
ts have no equal. He al
fibre Silks fancy woven
ft or linen will always c
Silk and Silk Knits. Si
Iery appropriate gifts fo
of Raynsters over.
rthi While for t
y not a ser'ge Midd~y Sui
)ode.l CrP01e de0 Chine ha
future citizens "Ouri Ik
's, ties andl other knic kn
>ney wh ich otherwise woi
f us~eful and warmth giv
at the Store of Quality
save you time andl morn
icing a large se
embered by giving the
rvicable gift. Some
ber a gift is not a gift
g or soiling it. See that
ly look forward to
1or kid gloves-pretty
ilk. Dainty Camisoles
ever you do don't for
GIFTS FOR MEN I
>r Mr. Man to get him
vays needs a selection
Madras or Percales.
,one in handy as well
1k and Silk lisle Hose
r Milady or Mr. Man. -
lie Girls and Boys
t or' pretty sweater
'ldkcl'hiefs took goodl
ys" a suit of clothes,
les will satisfy him as J
ild go on some br1eak
ing apparel on han I
beCfore l~ prchasi ng
~y with less inconven
A GOOD PODDING ALWAYS
WINDS UP A HOLIDAY MEAL
Christmas Tables Incomplete Without
Plenty of Puddings--Plum Pud
dings Keep Well and Are Useful.
for Emergency Desserts in Fol
Desserts of the English plum pud
ding type are general favorites for
the holiday season. Perhaps one rea
son for their popularity is their good
keeping quality. A steamed plum pud
ding will keep for wee~s and can, be
heated up for serving whenever de
sired. With a delicious pudding or
two on the pantry shelf Mrs. House
wife will find her Christmas dinner
easier to prepare, asowerl as other
dinners during the holiday season
when an unexpected guests "happens
Here are two such puddings that
may be made ahead of time for Christ
r.as and New Years, the recipes of
which were tested in the experimental
kitchen of the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture:
'arrot and Sut Pudding
1 cu ' -f suet chopped fine.
1 c. :ated carrots.
% .up chopped citron.
1 cup chopped dates.
1 cup sultana raisins.
2 eggs (well beaten.)
%/- cup molasses.
1-2 teaspooh soda.
1-4 cup brown sugar.
2 cups sifted flour.
1-2 teaspoon salt.
2 teaspoon cinnamon.
1-2 teaspoon nutmeg.
1-4 teaspoon mace.
1-2 teaspoon allspice.
Place in a well-greased pan or pud
1 cup molasses; 1-4 cup brown,
ling mold and steam 4 hours.
sugar; 1 cup raisins; 1 cup currants
or 1-2 cup chopped citron and 1.2 cup
chopped dates; 1 cup beef suet (cut
very fine); 1 cup milk (sour or sweet)
3 cups sifted flour; 2 teaspoons soda
if sour milk is used; 1 teaspoon soda
and 2 teaspoons baking powder if
sweet milk is used; 1 tablespoon cin
namon; 1 teaspoon nutmeg; 1 teas
poon allspice; 1-2 teaspoon mace; 1-2,
Mix ingredients and turn into a
well-greased mold. Place the pan or
e e '. t
riold in a steamer over boiling water
und steam four hours.. Place the pud
hug in a warm oven for 10 minutes to
Foamy pauce. \
1-4 cup butter; 1 cup powdered
ugar; 1 egg.
Cream the butter, add sugar grad
tally and well-beaten egg. Heat over
iot water, stirring constantly. Flavor
vith vanilla or lemon juice and a lit
le grated rind of lemon.
In affectionate remembrance of my
Beloved grandmother, Elizabeth Ver
nelle Childers, who departed this life
'ovember 28, 1918.
viute is the voice and stilled the heart
)f one that was so true,
), it was a trial to part ]
prom one so dear as you.
hut we know you are
Vaiting in Heaven (lear to welcome
each of your dear one there. -
In sad but loving remembrance of
>ur beloved Blanche Thames Hudson,
vho departed this life November :30,
.918, one year ago today. God sent
in angel down from Heaven to take
er spirit up- to Him where she is
low a shining angel, waiting for her
lar!ing baby, Benjamin and beloved
tusband, also father, riother,- sisters
mnd brothers, to meet her there where
nrting is no more.
), the memory of that evening as
we stood with aching heart,'
Teeing the one we loved so dearly
Mierced by deaths most cruel dart.
often sit and think of you,
Nhen I am all alone
or memory is the only friend
['hat grief can call it's own.
(ou are not forgotten Blanche,
or will you ever be,
or as long as life and memory
last, I will always thing of thee.
A Loving Sister-in-Law.
OOD MEAT FROM CHEAP' CUTS',
When the housekeeper attemps to
educe her meat bill by using the less
.x penisve cuts, she kommonly has
wo difficulties to contend with-tough
neat amd lack of flavor. Prolonged
ooking softens the connective tissues
,f the meat. Pounding the meat and
hopping it are also employed with
numh cuts to help break the muscle
hers. The flavor of meat, even in
he least.desirable -cuts, may be de
eloned by careful cooking noticeably
y browning the surface. Other flav
rs may be given by the addition of
-egetables and by seasoning with con
iments of various kinds.
Wherever, whenever, he
ticularly desirable a por
fection Oil Heater provi
stantly in just the amoul
The Perfection is clean,
less, efficient. It burns foi
on a gallon of kerosen<
Boot or ashes.- Easily f"
wicked. In use in over
Aladdin Security Oil giv
suits. At your dealer's.
STANDARD OIL CC
Washington, D. C. nALTIMORE, MD.
Ceep Your Liver AotW e i
System Purified and Free F*'
Colds by Takhig Oalota
the Nausealess Caloue1
Tablets, that are .s,
lightful; Safe and
Physicians and Druggists are advit l
ng their friends to keep their sytomi
)Urified and their organs in po
vorking order as a protection a
he return of influenza.. They hohe
hat a clogged up system and
iver favor eolds, influenza and reribt
To cut short a cold overnight and
>revent serious complications take one
Jalotab. at bedtime with a swallow
vater--that's all. No salts, noUs a ,'
to griping, no sickening after qfets.
Sext morning your cold has vanisbo
tour liver is active, your system is
led and refreshed and you are foplhi"
ino with a hearty appetite for
ant. Eat what you please-no dtg ' ?
Calotabs are sold only in, o 'igiual.
tealed packages, price thirty-five oents
Evory druggist is authorized to refit t%
your money if you are ntc perfootly
blighted with Calotabs.-(AdV.).
Skin, draw, and cut a rabbit
ieces; put into stew pan and c
vith boiling water. Coblk until I
;ender. Remove meat from the bpt
tad concentrate the broth to 1 -
me-half. Pick the meat fromi tl!
yones in as large pieces as poi il
l'hicken stock with 1 tablespoon, flot1
er cup of broth and pour over. fneax
add -2 teaspoons salt and 1-3 teae t
>eper. Line the sides of a bak
lish with crust, either a rich bekiig"J
>iscuit dough or pie inste, ad i
nixture, cover with crust and bake
iot oven 30 minutes.
WILL LEAVE FRANCE
Paris, Dec. 7.--Senora Menee
vife of President Menocal of Cuba
ompanied by her children,' left Pai'i.
oday for Havre, at which' port b
vill take ship for I avana. Senora
denocal has been in Paris for several
64 y i*re' Record of honoet Deat4 .
Norontalonp W pay. WrltQ to4
for free shipping tags& top pric0 lie
M. SABEL & SONS le. Dept. s Louisville, iy.
The South's targst nad eldest tr, kids oidt west hoes
i, and Bath
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des it in
as best re
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