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AT IN SERVING FOOD
HALF PLEASURE OF EATING i1
THROUGH THE EYL
Mclds Play Large Part in Artistl:
Service-Everything From Fish
to Dessert Can Be Molded
Hollow Ring Is Favorite.
Half the pleasure of eating is
tl rough the eye. If food Is well serv.
e-d and cooked, a meal Is a success,
though the quantity and variety of the
food may be limited.
Molds play a large part in this
da!nty service. Everything, from fsh
to dessert, can be molded. Even the
Forn might be, If It happens to be
je!led consomme, and new shapes are
constantly brought out.
The ordinary mold is of heavy tin,
but the woman who objects to using
tin. especially for acids, can buy
earthenware or aluminum. These
last two cost more, and in them there
are fewer shapes.
Various sizes can be had, from a
qu-rt to many quarts. The very large
ones are made to order. Individual
me!ds are also popular, though the
Ir re ring or form shapes are more
convenlent and more fashionable for
gr "ral use.
Probably the favorite mold for most
purroses is a hollow ring, round or
n!. The round ones are better lik
ed, but either shape is good. The~e
'come with a lid for desserts that must
be frozen, and without one for aspices,
mousses, blanc manges and vegeta
With one of these ring molds the
clever hostess can even glorify hash
or vegetable lefttovers. Macaroni made
into a timbale and put in a ring, with
the center filled with creamed chick
en. lamb or fish, makes an appetiziang
Mashed potatoes may be quickly
formed Into a hollow ring with one of
these molds, the center being filled
with lamb chops, creamed sweet
breads or fried chicken.
For salads and desserts the ring
mold is invaluable. For the former
an aspic is usually made, plain or
vegetable, and the center is filled'with
any desired mixture in fruit salad, or
with a meat or fish salad, or even
mayonnalsed celery or shredded let
tuce with a sour cream dressing.
An attractive salad is made by us
ihgtwo sies 'of oval or round molds
thbt it into each other. In the outer
and larger one is put a white chicken
as'4e, and in the Inner one a tomato
aspic. The enter is filled with eum
of grape fruit, apple and marasehin
eberries dotted thickly over the top
and well mixed with mayonnaise.
A separate dish of mayonnaise
should be passed with most molded
salads, as it is not easy to get enough
dressing without destroying the ap
pearance of the fore.
'Another appetising effect is had by
using a round ring mold and filling
the center with a fancy mold that
fits closely lad is much higher. Thus
a cucumber aspie ia the ring can have
halibut or slmen salad arranged in
the fancy form that fts closely in the
ring when turned out. If halibut is
used, mix with shredded green pep
ers and olives for color, or the sweat
red peppers finely chopped.
This arrangement is equally attrmea
tive for dessert, this ring being of ice e
cream and the eentergof wine jelly.
A simpler dessert might have the
outer ring of chocolate blanc mange.
with nuts mixed through it, the fancy
form being filled with whipped cream.
This may be slightly stiffened with
gelatine if it will not hold its shape.
Nothing is prettier than a round or
oval r~g mold of French vanilla ice
cream beaped high ith trult In its
seuon, strawberriee, ruaspberri,
peaches, oranges and bananas. Home. - :
de ice cream served In this we y
all the air of a novelty dessu rt.
Sfurrter adornment whipped ca am
be put on the top of truit thwg ua h
- a tube to make fancy forms.
r Egg Cutlets
Prepars a thick whlt satce uras fol
lows: One tablespoaosul of bputter, d
one heaping tablespoo~ul of flour,
Sone0 teOspoetl of Palt, a dash of R
cayenne one halt pint of milk; cook a
together for five. minutes, strrt;g all
the time; add .t'ree hard boiled 'ggs j
Scoarsely chopr ed, and one tabl espoon- i
tel of flnel' chopped parslke. Set
aside until cold, make into srall cut- a
. lets, dip '*ch into a lightly beaten a
*. , roll ain cracker dust, and try in
, ht ht5l. Therse mae delicious. f
Cut off the top and root of red and
S'white radishes (even number of
Seach); wash them nicely and place
thel in salted cold water until com
Smeicing to boil. Now pour off the
water and pour fresh boiling water '
ses them and boil until tender: the t
'Qper the water off and shake them in
'ehedl butter. Green peas with rad
Abbs or red radishes around -ued
ewer mae a verny aoe di
a esp fa sagar, yolks of two d
.. tablepoontals of lour, 'two
of lemon extract, and le o
__ - ettertik, rather sour but c
·o.k the fIlln and bake
- it, au as you would
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SG000 SOIL FOR AN ORCHARD
Must Be Prepared Sufficiently Deep
and Drained $o That Roots May
1i Reach Into Subsoil.
First of all, the soil must be well
drained and prepared sufficiently
deep so that the roots may reach deep
tl: into the subsoil. Second, the sur
face soil must be cultivated frequent
ly and a rotation of cover crops and
catch crops employed so that a suf
ficient amount of plant food will be
is made available to promote a rapid,
v. healthy growth rather than forcing
is, the growth of the trees by the use of
e mapures and fertilizers rich in nitro
gen. In some rare instances the soil
is may be deficient in plant food, and
;h the intelligent use of mineral plant
te foods will prove very beneficial.
)e It is when the orchards begin to
re produce large crops of fruit that the
demands for plant food must be met
n, if profitable crops of superior fruit
Lg are secured. At this time the roots
iy of the trees have taken possession of
ie practically all of the soil, and have
*e utilized the larger portion of the
available plant food so that the ad
a dition of manure or fertilizer is es
l The function of the soil in furnish
e ing the trees with nourishment is an
e exceedingly complex one, and there
r are certain well-defined laws that
must be kept in mind for improvement
it and maintenance of the fertility of
a the soil that is occupied by the trees.
c- Some orchardists advocate sod mulch,
e others depend upon cultivation and
it the liberal use of fertilizers and barn
B, manures, others cover crops and min
- eral fertilizers as a means of improv
ing and maintaining the fertility of
e orchard soils.
i The fact that no two soils required
e the same line of treatment has caused
h a confusion of ideas in the manage
t- ment of orchard soils.
, DEVICE FOR PULLING TREES
d Apparatus Shown In Illustration Found
L. Entirely Satisfactory in Remov
For removing bushes and small
trees the device illustrated herewith
has proved very satisfactory. It con
sists of a fve or six-foot stick of
rmund, tough wood such as hickory,
and, say, three inches in diameter,
with a single-tree attached at one end
Tree PudHng Apparatus.
and a trace ebati at the other. The
chain is passed around the sapling
and hooked to the pole, says the Or
ange Judd hrmer. While a horse
pulls e roots are cut with an ax on
the op ioste side, and soon the tree
eomes out with a rush.
Life of Peach Trees.
It is claimed that the most profitable
period in the life of a peach tree is
from 4 to 8 years. From a peach cen
eus taken last year in Orange county,
N. Y., it seems that thorough cultiva
lion is more essential to the peach
tree than either pruning or spraying.
Fruit can be harvested at one-half
1'he cost from low-headed trees.
Fall is the best season for planting
all deciduous trees and bushes.
Cherries will not thrive planted on
lou:, moist or cold, heavy soils.
Auy good dry land that will grow the
reguleur farm cropm will grow cherries.
The future of apple growing has
newer looked so bright uas it does to
The' faigicidal value of lime-sulphur
is increased by the addition of arsen
ate of lead.
Grapes are apt to overbear and it
is never safe to let them set all the
fruit they will
Healthy toliage held late In the
season enables the trees to btild
stronger buds for the next crop.
Arsenate of lead which is held over
from the year before will be good if it
has not dried out sad become a hard
Where the San Jose scale is trou
blesome the currant is objectionable
Sou the orchard as it afords a grpt
harbor for these pests.
r W't expect a small knapsack
sprayer will do the work for large fruit
trees. It is not large or strong
eough You need a barrel pump.
The common Bordeaux mixtures,
sometnimes called the 4-4-40 mixture, is
composrdl of 4 pounds bluestone, 4
pounds qiacklime and 40 giallom of
For se, leaf spot, brown rot, mil
dew and leaf blight, use the Bordeaux
mixture before leaves or blossoms
open on apple, peach, pear, plum or
If a cold wet spell oemes when ap.
ples are in bloom, spray with bordeaax
- ixtue to prevent scab. '~his fung
o. is always most destruelve in a
co wet spring.
a interting schme . selection
Swwlg annuals is tri. start with
isa the seed catalose and plant
aember each year natil the
has been oeptere
Iconoclast Resumes Work.
A Chicago physician has made a
'ranslation of an Egyptian papyrus
which, it is claimed, dislodges Hippoc
rates from his place as "father of
medicine" by anticipating his discov
eries some 5,000 years. Even aprendi
citis, it is asserted, is described in the
old papyrus. It now remains for some
one to show that Ecclesiastes' dictum,
'"There is nothing new under the sun,"
was really written by Pharaoh or
A very useful thing about a chest of
tools is all the things you could do
with them if you could ever learn how.
It's very unmaidenly of a girl to let
a man kiss her against her will with
such a loud smack folks can hear it in
the next room.
Maybe when women vote they'll
have just as hard a time making their
husband go to the polls with them as
t'hv now dv to ~-as.
A New Back for an Old One. How it
Can be Done in Colfax.
The back adhes at times with a dull,
indescripable feeling, making you wea
ry and restless: piercing pains shoot
across the region of the kidneys, and
again the loins asre so lame that to
stoop is agsny. No use to rub or apply
a plaster to the back if the kidneys
are weak. You Cannot reach the cause.
Colfax residents would do well to profit
by the following exymple.
Mrs. Lizzie Denning, 906 W. Division
St., Jennings, La., says: "About sev
en years ago I suffered severdly from
backache and as the result, was unable
to do anything for a long time. After
that I was subject to similar attacks,
the weakness coming on suddenly. All
strength in my loins seemed to leave
me and my bbddy often bloated. This
gradually grew worse and at times the
swelling was so great as to close my
eyes. I consulted a bhysician and he
said my kidneys were disordered but I
did not receive relief from his medicine.
I finally procured Doan's Kidney Pills
and since taking them I have felt bet
ter in every way, This remedy has my
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milburb Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other. -Adv.
- "After four in o.r family had died
Sof consumption I wa' taken -ith
a frightful cough a.nd lung trouble4
but my life was saved and I gainea
87 pounds through uring
W. R. Pattereon, Wellington, Te.
PRICE 50c and $1.00 AT ALL DRUBISTS.
Madam, Read McCal's
The Fashion Auth!r
McCALL'S is a large. mtitlc, band.
,,maely iMustrated ILO- page ntathl
Magazine that i s adding to Ith hrapt
mees and efficiency of 1,100,t00
women each month.
R. ,h toi' Ic brimfl otf fhliQ,n fahey
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the p~o l l, ers of ME'ALt. wiJtl stend
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TO LOS ANGELES
Tourist Sleeper once a Week
SAVES A WHOLE
S.e T. I P. Agente foe Rts and Stchedase
A. D. DELL - Do . .WfR
h"t. U. . gO' At. B 6.e/ FAgg. 4ft
A Hero Ih a Ught ase.
For years J. 8. Donahue, So. Haven,
Mich., a civil war captain, as a light
house keeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact is, he might have been
a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters
had not prevented. "They cured me of
kidney trouble and chills," he writes,
after I had taken other so called cures
for years, without benefit and they al
so improved my sight. Now, at seven
ty,, I am feeling fine. For dyspepsia,
indigestion, all stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles, they are without equal.
Try them. Only 50c at Dixie Pharmacy.
Harry McEvoy Brennan
Lawuer and Notaru
Practices in State and Federal Courts
L. G. O'Neal
Located at Colfax, La.
Junius Hart Piano House
FOLEY KIDNEY PIIS
?oR nSaIDUM M amISAMD enLAooDEa
The Nashland plantation below Col
fax, 2011 acres, less about 15 acres
caved in the river. See J. V. Carna
han, Colfax, La., for particulars.
I am applying for a pardon.
Colfax, La., Oct. 30, 1912.
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Get rid of your Deadly Kidre.
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rilme t.y!, that cost you a h ghelp pd^ri.e
in endurance tof pain, loss of time ar.
oney. Others have cured theselves n Guide.
;HDNEY AND BLADDERD DI('(.AS
KIIDN EY PILL. op BACKACLS
Tonc in A.tin - Q=ic I hWt
et rid of your DACH and ALL they Kldne:
Atbments, that foowDIEt you a high DNi
in endmranc of pain, loos of time ar..
money OtKIDNEY PILLS themwill CURE any
e ofKIDNEY AD BLADDER DISETROUBAS
by the prompt and tmhe each of meof icine. No
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WmADACH, and ALL thest typeb
troubles ethat fDow edtSKIDNEY
r.?,d URINARY IRREGULARITIES.
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e of KIDNEYand wLADDeiitROad
ot not beyond the m may sitages. No
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Ask yosuram esIer, or
min . e usa .t w so a , thr.
Popular Mechanic cc
| r-. erry rri ,
or Ct: wrtidr e, bo
blow with terrle force a the far nmeth
and play havoc with the .kIa, cening
red, rough or sore chapped heads and
lips, that need Bucklen'. Armes Salve
to heal them. It maket the sk&bi t
and smooth. Unrivaled for to-oiems
also burns, boils, sores, auler, cats.
bruises and piles. Ouly ~5 at Dixie
Facts About Tarjon Springs "
Delightful farm homes on the Gulf coast.
Fine Citrus fruit land on aecoit of its soil, water
protection and drainage.
Fine truck land on account of its fertility and
Best opportunity in Florida land on account of low
price and liberal terms.
For further information write for booklet, giving
full description, to
R. R. JET
STarn Springs, Fla
Gut Rb fO
Mrs. as oo, Pnerl*
iw us Nl star eflsxt T4T.J
Railroad Avenue : t Colfax, Louislana
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