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MOCK SALAD EASILY AD
Ck fntrttuiartk Over D4rh That
MrHlf B 4 n4 Is by N
Any kind of went may We uwd. I
tcd roast beef. Tho rcclpo makes
four lnrite cuns: Ono nlnt of lean
mcnt,4- chopped or cut In very small
pieces Season with a' level teaspoon
of salt, n aallsnoon of nerDer nntl a
ncant) teaspoon of sage Mix thorough
ly. Put half n cup of milk in a sauce
pan: ndd two tablespoons of dried
bread crumbs artl cook until mooth.
lomovo from Arc Add two tablespoons
buttV",r.1 two well beaten oggs. Then
add thV meat to tho' bread mlxturo.
When wll mixed fill greased custard
cups Btand Ihem In a shallow pan or
boiling water, covered with greased
paper and bako about half an hour In
a moderate oven. Earlier In tho day
make somo tomato sauce: ono can of
tomatoes, two or throo onions (If you
caro for onions), salt and pepper.
Cook slowly until tho onions are soft.
When ready to serve rjlaco a generous
amount of tho sauce upon each plate
and turn ono of tho cups upside down
in the center of tho sauce. Havo
tho sauce cold and the cup mixture
hot. This may sound troublesome,
but It la quIckU""Ml easily made.
Boston Qloboj J 'mr
NOVELTY IN TABLE COVERS
Of Tapestry Edged With Metal Galloon
They Are an Effective Or
nament. Extremely effective aro tho covers
for tho table In tho library or living
room made of tapestry, edged with
tho metal galloon. The shops offer
the wool, or wool and silk tapestry, In
unusually handsome combinations of
colors. Some tapestries havo tho met
al threads woven into the design,
this being tho case especially with the
changeable effects. The cover is cut
to fit the top exactly or may be made
In the form of a long runner hanging
well over the ends or sides of the ta
ble; or, in some cases, It is made
square, banging down on all four
A banding of tho galloon finishes the
edge nnd sometimes a second band,
paralleling this a few inches from the
edge, is used.
A cover of this sort Is not only ar
tistic, but has remarkable wearing
It may be said in passing that short
lengths of the tapestry are often to be
found at much under regulation price.
Agents' Bamples are especially well
adapted to covers of this sort
One-half cup flour, one teaspoon
eream of tartar sifted with tho flour,
two teaspoons BUgar; two tablespoons
of milk, one egg, one largo teaspoon
of cocoa or chocolate, a pinch of salt,
Cook In deep fat Serve with vanilla
sauce. Enough for family of three.
Vanilla Sauce Ono cup sugar, half
teaspoon of cornstarch; mix In the
sugar dry, then add half a cup of boil
lng water, a llttlo at a time. Let it
boll Ave minuteB until it looks like
sirup, then add tho yolk of one egg,
well beaten, and piece of butter size of
walnut. Whip all together well, then
add half a teaspoonful of vanilla. Dc
not boll after the egg Is added.
Baked Apples With Icing.
Wash, pare and core aa many large
apples as are required. Fill the ap
ples with two teaspoonfuls of dried
currants, one-quarter teaspoonful of
ground cinnamon, ono level teaspoon
ful of butter. Bake them until they
are cooked. Let the apples cool and
remove them to another dish, ice the
tops and Bides with any kind of cake
Icing and put them back into the
oven and brown them slightly. After
taking them out of the oven place a
candled cherry on top of each apple.
Serve them with cream.
Good Stove Lining.
A good stove lining, one that will
last two year3 or more, can be made
from blue clay. Brick clay, or one
that does not contain much sand, Is
good, also Clay found in salt water
marshes Is one of tho best for stove
linings. The clay must bo reduced to
u paste, about like putty. The bed for
lining should be brushed clean and
moistened before tho clay Is applied.
Put on with hands, smooth with a
trowel or thin piece of board. Home
Department. Nationnl Magazine.
To Make an Asbestos Mat.
An asbestos pad for the table maj
be mado In this way: Get enough
asbestos paper to cover the tablo with
double thickness. From a couple ot
'old sheets cut two pieces the size of
'the tablo. Basto tho asbestos papot
between them and quilt It on tho sow
ing machine, using a long stitch. Thia
is necessary, as the paper tears and
pulls apart easily. Put this pad on
the tablo under your slloncq cloth and
thero will be no marks mado on th'
polished surface by hot dishes.
Cut tender stalks' of celery Into thin
slices and cool; 'in salted wator till
tender. Use but little wator, letting
it cook slowly so that thero is but lit
tle left when the celery Is done. Add
Bufflclont cretin or rleh milk to almost
coverl season with salt and a dash of
cayenne and ndd sufllclent flour moist-,
ened in a llttlo cold mUk to mako a
thick, creamy Bauce. Put over rounds
of buttered toast and serve at once.
It is surprising how much more
Julca you .can get from tho heated
jomon. Place tho lemon .In a heated
oven, and itVM ylold more Julco than
ono that Is squeezed when cold.
Or a, Ky, Mn. Ira Moore, of
tkfa placs m;s, "I wm so weak, I
eoukl hardly walk, I tried Cardui.
and wm greatly relieved. It id a
splendid toiiic I have recommended
cardui to many friends, who tried it
with Rood results." Testimony like
this cornea unsolicited, from thous
ands of earnest women, who have
been benefited by the timely use of
that Successful tnnfo mnfliVinn Car.
dai. PurSy veRetable, mild, but re.
liable, Cardui well merits its high
Dlaco in the esteem nf thnzn wlm
have triedjit, It relieves women's
pains, aruFstrenuthens weak women.
It is Certninlv worth n trinl Vnur
----t, - - awui
druggist sells Cardui.
Corrected Dec. 28, 1912.
Retail Grocery Prices.
Country lard, good color and cleaD
15c and 16c per pound.
Country4 bacon, 15c per pound.
Black-eyed peas, $3 25 per bushel.
Country Bhoulders, 12c pound.
Country hams, 22c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.00 per bushel.
Northern eatincr Rural Dotatoea
$1.00 per bushel
Texas eating onions, $1.30 pel
Red eating onions,$1.30 per bushel
Dried 'f Navy beans, $3.40 pej
bushel , '
Cabbage, li cents a pound.
Dried Lima beans, 10c per pouna
Country dried apples, 10c pe
pound, 3f or 25c
Daisy cream cheese, 25c rjei
FuU cream brick cheese. 25c pei
Fu' cream Limberger cheese, 25
Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pouna
Freshfeggs 30c per doz
Choice lots fresh, well-workec
country butter, in pound prints. 30a
Lemons. 30i per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per do2
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New "York State apples $3.00 to
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hens, 12c per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cockn
3c pound; live turkeys, 14 po
RoW Hides, Wool and Tallow
PrKi nd by wholesale dealers tt
Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 II
Mayapple, 3i; pink root, 12c and 13.
Tallow No. I, 45; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Cleaj
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed.'
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed
Feathers Prime white goose, 50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c
gray mixed, I5c,to 30c white duck
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotations
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quot assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c.-10 Ibet
Dressed geese, 11c per pound for
:hoice lots, live 5&
Fresh country eggs, 23 cents per
Fresh country butter 25c lb.
A. good demand exists for sprinp
chickens, and choice lot3 of fresh
Hay and Grain.
No. I timothy hay, $24 00
Noi I clover hay, $23 00
Clean, bright straw hay, 25c bale
Alfalfa hay, $25 00
White seed oats, 50c
Blacli seed oats, 50c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, 80c
Winter wheat bran, $28.00.
Praise for Salmon.
Senator James came up to Louis
ville on the train with State Senator
R. M. Salmon, of Hopkins county.
Asked if Senator Salmon would be
a candidate for re-election, Senator
James said: "I do not know, but I
hope so. Senator Salmon made one
of the ablest members who ever
served in the Kentucky Legislature,
and was a true friend of the people.
I sincerely hope he will be returned
to the State Senate without opposi
tion." Louisville Times,
FOR THE AFTERNOON Tl-A
New Sanawleh laea That Carrie With
It a Distinct 8en of the
America has tho best oystors and
salads of any country In tho world,
Mrs. Lily Haxworth Wallace, tho Eng
lish cooking expert, told tho women at
a pure food show cooking lesson at
"Tho best way to cook an oyster,"
said Mrs. Wallace, "Is not to cook it
at all. Thero Is an English saying,
'Tho moro you do to nn oyster tho
moro it will do to you.' That means
that tho moro you cook It the less
nourishment you got"
But sho gave thom recipes to cook
tho best oyster in tho world, tho
American oyster, If they were not
content to oat It raw. Tho American
salad Is tho best in tho world, Mrs.
Wallaco says, becauso America has
tho greatest variety "of fruits, vege
tables, and other products of the gar
den and Hold. Sho gavo tho women
a recipe for a new sandwich that a
number of thom said they were going
to try immediately for afternoon tea.
Two ounces of almonds ore salted
and ground for tho egg and almond
sandwich and passed through the
meat chopper. Two finely minced hard
boiled eggs, blended with two table
spoonfuls of buttor, are added, and the
whole la seasoned and spread batwoen
thin slices of bread.
DOES AWAY WITH DRUDGERY
Dish-Drying Racks, Home Made, will
Lighten Labor Always Consid
In the removal, washing, and replac
ing of dishes there is room for much
improvement. This duty is usually
disliked, but under proper manage
ment it should not bo distasteful. First,
thero is tho use of tho service truck.
This Is a small table of two or three
shelves, mounted on rather largo
wheels, used to transport dishes be
tween the table and the sorvlng pan
try. Thero aro sevoral dish-washing
machines, but for tho averago house
hold they aro not required. However,
every household can use, and Bhould
adopt, drying racks. These may bo
oaslly mado. If mado of metal and
glass,, with shelves of round wooden
rods, lamps placed near tho bottom
will give sufllclent heat to dry dishes
quite rapidly. The drying rack should
bo placed near tho washer, bo that as
tho dishes are washed they may oo
placed within. Tho washing and dry
ing process may be accurately timed,,
and a fair standard determined.
w m iionciiEN
To give an alabaster effect to plas
ter casts dip them in a strong solution
of alum water.
To remove hot water marks from
japanned trays use sweet oil. Rub it
in well till all tho marks disappear,
thun polish the tray with flour and a
Whon packing plaited skirts for a
Journey, baste tho plaits down, lay
them straight, and they will not need
pressing when you arrive
A good placo to pack necessary bot
tles of liquids Is to placo them In an
old shoe. They are less likely to bo
broken, and if they aro the shoe will
absorb nearly all of tho contents and
clothing will not be seriously in
jured. A delicious and cheap dessert Is
made by pouring tho Juico of grape
fruit over sliced bananas. They should
bo well chilled, and served in tall
glasses with powdered sugar. Ono
large grapefruit will servo eight peo
ple. Of course no cream nor lemon
Juice Is needed with this.
Beat the yolks of six eggs until
light, season to taste with pepper and
salt, add one cup of milk and one cup
of powdered crackers and fold in tho
stiffly beaten whites. Melt one table
spoon of butter in a largo omelet pan,
pour In tho mixture, cook on tho top
of tho Btovo until brown on tho bot
tom, then finish tho cooking in tho
oven or under tho flame in tho broiler
of tho gas stove. When firm to the
touch, turn out on a hot dish and serve
Delicious Pan 8tew.
Use for cold beefsteak: Take ploces,
ot cold bcefBteok and cut them up
small. Put la bottom of pan, dredge
with flour, popper and calt and ono on
ion. Slice cold potatoes on tho meat,
then add a few tomatoes cut up or
half a can of tomatoes. Covor with
water and cook half hour, and you will
havo a delicious pan stow.
Two cups white sugar, Julco of one
lemon, one quart of boiling water, four
tablespoons of cornstarch, wet with
cold water, one tablespoon butter.
Cook until thick. When cold pour over
four or five oranges and the sugar,
et on Ice and servo cold.
Clear Boup stock by mixing when
cold v.th whites of two eggs boaten
and two eggshells. Let come slowly
to a boll, then skim. Add one tea
spoonful of gelatine to ten cups of
bouillon. Pack in ico and serve.
Peel and coro tho apples, halve
them, take ono-half slices of bread
spread thickly with butter, sprinkled
with aatar. Lay one-half apple on
bread, core down, sprinkle more sugar
aa4 Iktl cinnamon. Bako,
Low Rate of Interi
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loans on improved f I
in Christian countyi
sum, $3,000 or over, 00 (
notice. Your note will ri
to be repaid at the
ten years, with the pi
of paying $100 or mc
the end of the first yeaf ;
on any interest period tl
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distilling is just as important
as are the selection of the grair
used, the distilling method and
the honest aging. That's whj
does not fall short of goodness
in a single particular.
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