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HOPKINSViLL KJtftfiXJoKlAN, NOVEMBER 21
Ekapes Ail Awfil F&te.
A thousand tongue could not ex
press the gratitude of Mrs. J. Ej
Cox, of Joliet, III., for her wonder
ful deliverance from nn awful fate.
"Typhoid pneumonia had left me
with an awful cough," ehe writes.
""Sometimes I had such awful cough
ing spells I thought I would die. I
could get no help from doctors'
treatment or other medicines till I
used Dr. King's New Discovery.
But 1 owa my life to this wonderful ,
remedy for I scarcely cough at nil J
now. Quick and safe, its tiie most
reliable of all throat and lung medi
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V Forcing Acceptance.
'" "What nro you doing -with thnt
jfSaBk nnd" those gumshoos? Surely
vou aro not going In for burglary?"
'Sh!" responded Duntln Stax, "I am
Jtrylng to slip a contribution Into a
Candidate's campaign fund -without his
jknoivlng anything about it",
k Ingenious Excuse.
' A teamster charged rlth overload
ing Ma horso was asked how lipavy n
Soad ho had on his van. "About a
fton," he replied, "but It was all light.
The Demons of tlTc Swamps
are mosquitos. As the sting they
put deadly materia germs in the
blood. Then follow' the icy chills
and the fire of fever. The appetite'
flic and the strength fails; also ma
ana often paves the way for deadly
typhoid. But Electric Bitters ki I
and cast out the malaria gormi from
the blood; give uu a fine appetite
and renew your strength "After
Jorir suffering," wrote Win Fret
well, of Lucama, N. C. "three bot
tles drove all ;he malaria from my
system, and I've had good health
eversince." Best for all stomach,
liver and kidney ills. 50c at all drug
gists. Advertisement
Had Him Sized Un.
tWllllo Chumpleigh "D'ye know,
Bliss Gladys, I hadn't been talking to
your father more than a couple of
minutes when he called me a brain
less idiot?" Miss Gladys "Indeed!
t wonder what caused the delay?"
Usurer Properly Punished.
Five years in prison and a fine of
15,000 marks was the punishment in
flicted In Munich on a man convicted
of usury. Ho rentod houses, and ex
acted up to 350 per cent a year of his
victims.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHERS
CAStORIA
5 WW?m???wwww?!rmw?ww
No rtj'sting, no chipping, no? scaling, no seams or solder,
no lo-s of utensils by burning, no continual buying more
"cheap" kitchen varetM fkind flat costs the most in
the end.
Replace utensils thatf wear out with utensils that "Wearpver." At
China Department of
hi
SERVING MEANS MUCH
PROPERLY PLEASING THE EYE
18 HALF OF THE MEAL,
Artistic Molds for Food One of the
Best Forms of Giving Satisfac
tionDesserts, In Particular,
May Be Thus Displayed.
Halt tho pleasure of dating, la
through tho oyo. If fotid is tvoll
sorved nnd cooked, a moal is a suc
cess, though the quantity and varluty
of the food may be limited,.
Molds play a irtrnc part In this
dainty Borvlce. Everything, from fish
to dossort, can bo molded.
The ordlnnry mold is or heavy tin,
but tho woman who objectB to using
tin, oflpeolajly for solas, for which
tin Should nrwer be usitij can buy
earthonware or aluminum. These
last two cost more, and in them thorc
are fewer shapos.
Various sIbos can be had, from n
quart to many quarts. Tho vory
large ones are made to order. Indi
vidunl molds aro also popular, though
the large ring or form Sha'peB aro
more convenient and moro fashion
able for, general use.
Probably the favorito mold for most
purposes is a hollow ring, round or
oval. The round ones aro better liked,
but either shape is good. Theso come
with & lid for desserts that must be
frozen, and without ono for aspic,
mousse, blanc mango and vegetables.
With one of theso ring molds the
olerer hostess can even glorify hash
or vegetable left-overs. Macaroni, put
in a ring, with the center filled with
creamed chicken, lamb or flsh, makes
an appeUtizing dish.
Mashed potatoes may bo qulokly
formed Into a hollow ring with one
of those molds, tho center being
filled with lamb chops, creamed
sweetbreads or fried chicken.
A simple dessert might have tho
ring of chocolate blanc mange, with
nuts mixed through it, tho center h&
ing filled with ivhlpped cream. This
may be slightly stiffened with gela
tine if it will not hold its shape.
Nothing Is prettier than a round or
oval ring mold ice cream heaped high
with fruit in its season, strawberries,
raspberries, peaches, oranges and
bananas. Home-made icq cream serv
ed this way has all the air of a nov
elty dessert. For further adornment
whipped cream may bo put on the
top of fruit through a tube to make
fancy forms,
Another good-looking dessert has
sponge cake or cottage pudding bat
ter baked in oval rings, large or in
dividual, the center filled with char
lotte russe, or Bavarian cream dotted
with whipped cream In fancy design;
a similar design is arranged around
the base of the cake. Cottage pud
ding rings can be filled with fruit,
tapioca, orange or pineapple.
Many of the hollow ring molds have
fancy shapes, cones, turrets or flow
ers, but where pennies count the
plain ones are moro practical for all
'uses. Moreover, it takes a skilful
cook to empty the contents of a fancy
mold without marring it.
Say, you! Adve- tise in this panor!
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Helps A Jndftt h Bad Fix.
JwrtiM Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
Tenn-, was plainly worrjed. A bad
sore on his ler hhd baffled several
doctors nnd loonr resisted nil reme
died "I tliolwhTit M h .cancer.'"
ho vvrotp. "Al I i I Btlc'tlin'n
Arnica Sv-, Mid w 'ympletpy-
(hired." i:ur npi s
u;eers.
CUtH, brU'--" nrjit
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ACftVIIRER BOI
&VVIFE.
'
A painter of Budapest,' Jungnry,
recently foil in lovo with tho pretty
;rn Ji,: tvnm -,w,. w r,t-
wifo of h sfeUow-worbnim. At first
tho lover thought of running off With
tho woman, hut later ho thought tho
tnnffnr Tmtrhf. hn nrrnnnnrl nmiVnhlv
so he proposed to Jiis fellow-workman
to soil his wifo for fil. Tho
husband agreed at once,,and a con
tract was duly drawn up and signed,
after which tho woman, vjth her old
and now husbands, wont to a restau
rant,, whore ,they celqbrated the
transaction with a feast costing more
than half the price for. the wife.
SHE WASN'T AFRAID.
"I never tackle a lobster when I'nr
more than a thousand miles from the
i seashore," he said, looking across tho
tv pTiAma triVI
' "Oh," she sweetly replied, "I'm
always ready to take a ,ohance on
one, no matter whore I may be."
WHERE ITJS.
"Where- there as so mucTi smoke
thoro must 1)6 some iife'
"Oh, the neighbors' aro fiery
enough about it." - v
STILL A TRACE.
"They, don't have theag system
in schools any more, do they?
"Under some systems,, they have
tho brain fag.",
EASY TO LEARN.
He; Ah, d6ar, I do not know how
. can live without you. '
She Marry me arid you will soon
learn how. Satire.
WHEN HE READ.
"When does your husband find
time to do all his reading?"
"Usually when T want, to tell him.
something important"
The Test. ;
Our notion of tact is kesping a friend
after said friend has put chased an au
tomobile. Atchison Globe.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
O ASTO R I A
WEAR-EVER"
Does that word depcribe your Kitchen Ware? It
A
ummum
Which Bear
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i nnTo ni iirin it
MACARONI AND CHEESE
OfUH NOT SERVED A OFTEN
. IT DERVE8. .
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Excellent for Luncheon or for the
Evening Moal Without Meat Ital-
Ian Method of Preparation
Somewhat Too Rich.
Macaroni with cheese is tho tmost
usual comblnatiom This is a dish suf
ficiently nourishing to bo sorved for
lunchoon or for an evening meal Twlth-
out meat It Ib too heavy to bo served
wllh otfor tMcliy vegetables, as po-
tatooB Or beans. Tho foreign way of
cooklag macaronl is to boll about
twenty minutes. Drain and return to
the Baucopan with enough gravy or
rich BOUD Stock to nearly COVOr. Al-
low this to simmer until the gravy
has been absorbed. Prepttro a cupful
of grated Parmesan and other cheeso
mixed Put one-half with the maca
roni until tho choose .Is molted. Add
tho remainder and a good-sized lump
of, butter. Stir the macaroni around
in tho pan in one direction until the
cheeso is thoroughly melted. Serve
' hpL Americans, preferring a less rich
, dish,' simply boil the macaroni, drain
and put it back into tho saucepan with
' grated cheese. It is "served when tho
cheese Is melted, but not hardened.
thJf "ac
0neB. Including bread or cracker
crumbs as well as chceao. 1
V Baked Macaroni and Cheese. Take
about one-half as much macaroni as
will fill tho baking dish. Break Into
short.n'ioces and boll for twenty mln
utea.in Baited water. Drain. Eut into
a lmklng dish with butter, salt 'and a
quantity of cheese. Cover with milk
and bake until the milk is absorbed
'and it la brown on top.
Cficese canapes are small slices of
bread fried in a little butter until
golden brown. Then they aro covorod
with grated cheese, Beasoned with Bait
and pepper and placed in the oven to
soften the cheeso. Some add a littlo
French mustard to th,e cheeso to give
piquancy,
. Cottasre cheeso is becoming moro
and more popular for salads at dainty
affairs. It lends itself to any decora
tive schemo so nicely, it Ib delicious
and cooling to the palate. . Tho sim
plest way to arrange thlB salad Is to
moisten with. French dressing and
make it into balls or egg-shape and ar
range In crisp lettuce leaves. With
a little green vegetable coloring ex
tract tho ballB of cheese may be deli
cately tinted to resemble birds' eggs.
Cottage cheese lends Itself to many
combinations of chopped nuts, chopped
olives, green or red poppers. It will
mix with French dressing or mayon
naise and can be molded into any de
sired Bhape. It Ib a nice accompani
ment to a fruit salad or is a salad lr
Itself.,
i
Burned the Wind,
were you in that riot last
'Yassir." "Did you run Uko
"Sam,
night?"
the wind, Sam?" "No, air. I didn't
run like the wind, 'deed I didn't. But
I panBed two niggers that was run-'
ning like the wind." Argonaut.
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is h1rtVk vkorou If'', according to
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New LHir'H uW im'f "v flf
rind. iy i )m Kstjic W f h f
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Noodles With Harr. r
Grease a pudding dlslf woll with fat
or butter, place In tho dish a layer, of;
ham choped very fine, then ono of
cooked noodles until tho dish Is full,
having for tho top a layer of ham.
Thon p6ur a cupful of cream over It
Bake in tho oven for thirty minutes.
To make tho noodlea for tho above,
break ono egg into a bowl and stir In
enough sifted flour to mako a Btlff
dough and add bho-quarter teaspoon
ful of salt. Knead it until it is dry,
Dlvido It into two pieces, roll each
pieco' until Yery thin and let them dry
on a cloth. When dry roll them up
like a Jelly roll and slico into pieces
one-half inch wldo. Then unroll thom
and lot dry These can bo kept for
'some time In a covered bottle. If they
aro .wanted for soup thoy must bo cu
ry fine.
Russian Steak Pudding'.
C rather stiff nast'o of. two pounds
of flour, ono and a. quarter pounds
chppped fat of kidney Of beef, and
one-quarter pint of wator Is made.
Whpn, mixed, this Js rolled out to a
round layer, O; quartor-luch thick and
put In a buttered pudding dish. The
lean beet Is cUt ip pieces and arrang
od In tho basin lnlayers. Cover with
water; and put layer of paste over
top. . 1
The seasoning must bo carefully
"done, salt, red popper, butter and a
curious Russian spice Is used by tho
dancer. Wrap tho pudding dish in
a buttered cloth and placo it in a
saucepan of boiling wator. Cook It
for three hours if tho beef is tender
and for four hours if not
Orange Sherbet Cake.
Hollow out a loaf of angel cako,
leaving a rim about an inch deep. Fill
the center with orango sherbet, and
grate orange peel over the top. Of
course this sherbet must be kept in
tho freezer until Just the timo of serv
ing, and be put in tho cake just as It
Is taken to tho table; otherwise 1'
would be melted. Harper's Bazar.
Baked Squash.
Put a layer of thick slices of sum
mer squash into a baking dish which
has been nicely buttered, then salt
and peper and dot over with pieces
of butter and continue layers until the
dish is full. Cover and bake two ant
one-halft hours.
Carmellzed Peaches.
Peel six peaches, put into tho oven,
cover with three tablespoonsful sugai
and just enough water to keep them
from burning. Cook for five or bIj
hours in a slow oven.
Milk in Mustard.
If milk is Used Instead of watet
when mixing mustard for the table, It
will look fresh for several days.
is literally true of
Utensils
Trade Mark.
the Stove and
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HOME PHONE 1381.
FARM LOANS
Low Rate of Interest
-.1
We are in petition to mft'6
loans on improved farm lands
in Christian county, in arijp
sum, $3,000 or over, on short
notice. Your note Will read
,to be repaid-vat the end of
ten yeslrs, with the privilege
of paying $100 or more at
the end of the first year and
on any interest period theyc-
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TRENTON KY.
C O. Wright
J. C. Johnson
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REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
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Properties.
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