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The Ocala banner. (Ocala, Marion County, Fla.) 1883-194?, March 22, 1907, Image 12

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MRS LITTLE WINS ANOTHER I
PRIZE
Mrs M M Little of this city who
IB a graceful writer and who has re
cently won a number of prizes from
Tarious magazines for the best articles
along certain lines has again won the i
first prize In a contest <
The Housekeeper printed at Minue I
apolis limn offered a prize to the one
who would correctly guess the sop I I
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tion of the Pie Party in their Feh
ruary number All the answers were j
correctly guessed by Mrs Little An j
article was also to he written offering i
suggestions for a pie entertainment
Airs Littles article won the prize and >
js printed in the March number of
the Housekeeper
It is as follows J
A Pie Luncheon
For a novel entertainment issue in p
vitations to a Pie Luncheon M > MX
what on this order i
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Will you kindly come to my house
next Thursday eve
And bring I pray you by your Kavo
A written recipe for your favorite pie
Come at eight oclock Then youll i
know why
is Address
The recipes are received on a bright
pie tin by the hostess as she w111
distributes them as they happen to I
come the receiver to tell in panto1
mine what pie he represents For
instance in mince pie the fruit is e
pic ed over weighed chopped etc
Limit a time and award a miuature
pie to the guest guessing the great
est number of pies
Familiar couplets are used for find
ing partners these to be halved each
of a couplet searching for its other j
self If sixteen persons are present
eight jingles may he chosen
Simple Simon met a pieman
Going to the fair
Sing a song of sixpence pocket full
of rye
Four and twenty Blackbirds baked
in a pie
When the pie was opened the birds
began to sing
Wasnt that a dainty dish to set be
fore a king p tfI
Baked apples she sold and cranber
ry pies
She was an old woman who never j
told lies
Little Jack Homer sat in a corner
Eating his Christmas pie t
Can she make a cherry pie Billy boy i
Billy boy t
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Can she make a cherry pie charming
Billy t
Yes she can make a cherry pie quick
as you can wink your eye
Shes a young thing and cannot leave t
her mother
Dame get up and bake your pit
On Christmas day in the morning
Each couple is then given a paper
en which is written the Pi contest as
given in the November Entertainer
and a prize should be given to the
one who makes the quickest list
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In the dining room use white on
the table with pinks and pine and
pink candle shades In the center is
a large pie made of pastry with tissue
paper upper crust through which ex
tends a loop of baby ribbon for each
giKSt attached to a small rolling pin
key board or blotter a biscuit cutter
pincushion or paper weight a uee
mixing bowl ornamented for a jewel
box a scoop and so forth anything
r relating to pie making These are in
expensive and are quickly made from
t
dolls kitchen set affording much
merriment if accompanied by a verse
j or remark The place cards are cut
double from white paper three cornered
I
nered in imitation of a slice of pi
t and tied with baby ribbon The under
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sheet is used for a menu card The
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following may be served
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Pilan Pindar Sandwiches
Pickles Pippins
Pineapple Punch
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Ph and
Pit
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Pastry baked as for pie with wcw
pit tins may be used in serving The
pilan which is n mixed dish of
n
raisins boihd vice spice and some
fif kind of meat of fowl may be served
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coW with the other articles if de
tt
sired Pisaug is an East ladia ba
nana and the ordinary banana may
Ie
Y be usctt sliced with cream and serv
ed with tiny hot biscuit
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After Iwncueow the ftuests take their
IE
1 seats u a table when a number of
letters are mixed into pie such as
printers have A limited time is gi1
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i ou for forming proper words fron 1
th letters Then save a game of
piton t h A number of pictures
cut from advertisements or used as
decoration are arranged in the room
each represents soave article begiaa
h
ing with in The following articles
with others way be chosea A pineapple
a
apple pine hoar pteeoa plate of pip
s
plus and so forth The truest ftadmg
the createst number of anicles may
v i
rooctve a small picture as a reward
Gtve a Pi Luncheon and your
p t guests will atiend something entirely
to
new lateresUa auiushk entertaining
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ilgant iastraetive as f1tIa11Q
d 1li
B Little
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tn th r 1f1 Octrrt
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rE Yardmaster Spe T of the StOa
Io board Ar tie railway was lTt5h
n for Woeklas tbe crossia Uh a
y TroifeT rem fur half aa hoar or moro
K He was tried roncmy mornln in
5 bOle Mr John D
the inayors court
s HobiusoH president of the council and t
b1 who is actlns mayor dwrins the al
senc of Mayor blare Aftw the tnj
deuce and te tli oay bad beet heard
Mr Spencer Avas ftnod Twenty oar I
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We wish to call the attention of Stock Feeders to the following interesting figures i
OOMPAFATrvE ANALYSES OF
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r TIIITII1 CORN d OAT PURINA FEED 1
Protein 9 per ct n per ct i jL4 per cent J
Fat 4 per ct 4 per ct j 6 per cent I
Carbohydrates 68 per ct 50 per ct 60 per cent
E Crude fiber 4 per ct 9 per ct i 6 per cent
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TO THOSE WHO DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE TABLE WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING EXPLANATION J
= PROTE NIs the chemical property in all feeds which builds lean meat in animals in other words muscle
= Fat and CarbohydratesMakc the fat from which is drawn the store of heat and energy consumed by the animal in i
= its work A unit of Fat is aqual to 2 12 times a unit of Carbohodrates In other words a feed containing 6 per cent Fat
and 60 per cent Carbohydrates is the same as figuring 75 per cent Carbohydrates
= Fiber Is that portion of a feed which is largely waste although about J3 digestible All grains in their natural state analyze cer
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tain percentages of fiber hence that part nature intends as an aid to assimilation of the concentrale elements Protein Fat ard
= Carbohydrates No feed should contain more than 15 per cent fiber however and one which runs as low as 7 per cent is an 0 I
exceptionally good iced
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You will now understand that PURINA FEED judging from the above table of figures is = 1
E a superior feed to corn and oats REMEMBER corn is liable to heat and colic your mules and 3j
horses Oats are high in price and it takes more of them sack for sackto keep your work stock j
in fit condition than when feeding PURINA FEED
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= TRY A FEW SACKS AND BE CONVINCED
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TEIEN IX NEED OF
Bull Durham U S Marine Sensation
Duke
Mixtur or Mill Boy Smoking olacco
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SJiINTD us YOUR ORDER 41 s
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Yours for more business
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