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Vegetables Here at Lowest Prices Bargains in Apples and Oranges in Box Quantities. Christmas Trees Genuine Spruce (Vermont) 3 feet high ................$0.75 4 feet high .................... 1.00 5 feet high .................... 1.25 6 feet high .................... 1.50 Schwartz-Mayer Co. French Market Bazaar Section Phone Hemlock 1612 Lift Life is life's supreme Interest. With out it nothing is possible; with It, all. American life is the supreme interest of America. That life is full, pro gressive, Intense, ambitious, imperfect. One of its glories ma, be called its Im perfections. For there is a glory of the lmperfect.-Charles F. Thwing. Great Occasions Reveal. Great occasions do not make heroes or cowards; they simply unveil them. Silently and imperceptibly we grow and wax strong, we grow and wax weak; and at last some ersla shows what we have become. Let a Bright and Cheerful Xmas Come to Every Home We Invite You to Become a Member of Our 1920 Christmas Club Every one in your family and your When Christmas comes, you will friends will also be welcome as mem- get back in a lump sum all you have bers. saved, which will be just like finding It will be a lot of fun to belong to so much money. this big friendly club. It will be advisable to save next year if you have never saved before, It is a big, helpful plan, which will because prices, no doulpt, will con enable you and others to accumulate tinue to be high and it will take more money for Christmas by saving small money than ever to buy presents and amouqts by easy stages. meet other expenses. You will enjoy being a member and Our Christmas Club solves your will be delighted to see how rapidly Christmas problems. - your pennies, nickels and dimes grow Be one of the merry throng who into dollars. will be sure to have money to make Its' so easy to save that you will themselves and others happy. never miss the small amounts you pay Make it a sure thing. in from time to time. Enroll at once. . 1 Keep up the Christmas Spirit for the Sake of the Little Folks Keep it Alive that the World Will Be Better and Brighter for Everybody Hibernia Bank & Trust Co. Marine Bank & Trust Co. Canal-Commercial Banks Interstate Trust & Banking Co. Whitney-Central Banks "* Correct. "All flesh is grass," observed the Sage. "That's right," agreed the Fool. "There are a lot of hayseeds in the world." And He'll Know, Too. Train up a child in the way be should go, and afterward he will tell you wherein you made a mistake. Life. How Eagles Secure Prey. Eagles usually hunt in pairs, one bird frightening the prey from its hiding place and the other pouncing on it as it tries to escape. KITr"HEN CABINET We mount to heaven mostly on the ruins of our cherished schemes, anding our failures were r'ccesses. )ISHES FOR OCCASIONS. Some of these dishes may be a little too expensive for every day, but wit be enjoyed as i company dish. Roast Goose. Singe the goose and wash in hol soda water scrubbing gently with a small brush. Rinse and dry well before drawing. Stuff with any desired stuffing such as sage and onion, apple and prunes, potato or chestnut filling. Lay thin slices of pork over the breast and bake in a hot oven for an hour. Then pour off all the fat, sprinkle with salt and pep per, dredge with flour and bake until tender, basting frequently and dredg ing with flour each time. A small goose should bake two hours, if basted often. Remove the goose from the pan, add browned flour and water to make the gravy. Season to taste. Garnish with apple cups or baskets filled with apple sauce. Celery Stack.-Take fine, deep grooved celery without removing the leaves. Fill the stalks with roquefort mixed with cream and paprika. Ar range In the form of a stack on a handsome plate. Scalloped Oysters.-Take one quart of oysters, one-half cupful of melted butter, two cupfuls of crumbs, half a cupful of cream, one tablespoonful of lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Butter a shallow baking dish and sprinkle it a half-inch deep with crumbs. Put in half of the oysters and pour over them half of the but ter and half of the lemon juice mixed. Then add another layer of crumbs, the remaining oysters and butter with lemon juice. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Strain half a cupful of the oyster liquor. Add to it the cream. Beat and pour slowly over the oysters. Bake in a brisk oven for twenty min utes. Caramel Blanc Mange.-Mix one and one-half tablespoonfuls of gelatine with three tablespoonfuls of water. Cook half a cupful of sugar to a dark brown slrup. Add the gelatine to gether with three cupfuls of cream, two tablespoonfuls of sugar, a pinch of salt and one teaspoonful of vanilla. Strain into a wet mold and turn out when firm. Decorate with stars of whinnsd cream and preserved cherries. 'The KITUC1U In all the affairs of human life, social as well as political. I have remarked that courtesies of a small and trivial character are the ones that strike deepest to the grateful and appreciative heart. -Henry Clay. INEXPENSIVE DISHES. Inexpensive is an adjective which one uses these days with alarge lati tude as nothing, even t the plebeian codfish, is inexpensive except by comparison. Baked Codfish.-Take a package of codfish, soak over night, pour off water and parboil, then drain again and place in a shallow baking dish with just enough sweet milk to cover. Add bits of butter and pepper with salt if needed, bake one and a half to two hours. Remove the fish and thicken the milk with flour. Cook well then add the fish and serve. Brown Sugar leing.-Take a cupful of brown sugar and four tablespoon fuls of water, cook together until it makes a thread. Pour over the well beaten white of one egg to which has been added one-fourth teaspoonful of cream of tartar. Beat until cool; savor with vanilla. Eggless Gingerbread.-Warm togeth er half a cupful of brown sugar and one cupful of apple jelly with a third of a cupful of shortening. Remove from the fire and add three-quarters of a cupful of sour milk, two and one half cupfuls of flour sifted with one tablespoonful of ginger, the same of cocoa, one teaspoonful of cinnamon, one and one-half teaspoonfuls of soda and half a teaspoonful of salt. Mix and beat, pour into a buttered tin and bake forty minutes. Dried Apple Cake.-Cook two cup fuls of dried apple until tender, then strain and cook them in two cupfuls of molasset (with spices to taste), for twenty minutes. Cream one-half cup ful of shorteningwith one cupful of sugar, add two beaten eggs, three cup fala of sour sifted with two teaspoon fuls of baking powder and a half tea spoonful of soda and the same of salt with two tablespoonfuls of milk; add the molasses and apples when cool, beat well and bake in a moderate oven. Teomato PIIau.-Fry one quarter pound of bacon with one small chopped enion; when the bacon is cooked add a pint of tomatoes and salt and pepper and a half pound of well-washed rice. Stir the rice into the tomatoes when boiling hot, then steam until done. The Louisiana Cypress Lumber Company, Ltd. Manufacturers of LUMBER, LATHS, AND SHINGLES Dry Cypress Lumber on Hand HARVEY, (Jefferson Parish) LOUISIANA 'Other thi are as scarce as the seth of a ben-- rooster's for to Garbed as for the Opera (-mom "Where are you going, my pretty maidr i answered in one of two ways by the picture shown above Elther the theater or the dance is evlc deatly ahead of the fair and youthful lady in silk attire which the camera has caught so faithfully. We should my she is garbed as befts her for the opera, and there Is plenty of time to analyse her outfitting. It is very much to the point, being tasteful and appro. rate, as well as In the mode. The frock of light-colored satin has low-necked bodice and draped skirt, with long tunic at the front and sides and shoeter flat loops of the satin at the back. The neck and short sleeves are finished with lace, and a big rose b posed At the front of the girdle But the frock Is really less Important in this costume than the long, black aet scar, ran with gold tinsel, that ls thrown about the shoulder., Any light or bright colored gown, simple enough to preo necessful in the role of a background, will borrow splendor and prove effective with a scarf of this kind. The gold is put on In an in geniesu pattern, which shows to good advantage when the scarf is worn as pctured In the same clam as the scarf, the oit and silver wreath that adorns the head Is an achievement to be Gud of. mlrlo Sugar Wrapper. An electrically driven machine wraps lump sugar In Indlvldual papers as a speed et 7500 lumps an hour. Japaese Natial Drink m baweries produce 210,00 00 es of a ke A silk mornalg d *itm stamps this hair r to youth asad lm q fure is of liko b W how striking the i with one another at play, none of this charmn outstrlpp I3gt and fleeting youth paretl. youth wdl U splendid things to i Among these p of nasturtium vdv a draped skirt w 5 about the hips, brdi with velvet grapss I and In the n B satin with siler Mi the surface looks at the stronger d black spangled challenge a `ythl than they do v os * sowns in wdtch sequins are mg i In black or whiN The populdt li"O the dose ot 1? Sheep are aUes to northern l adiS loasd.