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I True Kitchen Comfort
I You will never know true kitchen comfort until you place a DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGE in your kitchen. With a good gas range your kitchen becomes cool ami comfortable. There is no oppressive, stifling heat because all the heat Is concentrated in the stove right where it does the most good, not thrown out into the room. Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges ( ornbine cooking economy with comfort anti convenience. The special Stai Shaped Burner insures proper mixing of air and gas—makes the hottest flame with the least gas consumption. The pilot light never tails to transmit the flame to the burners. The direct nue of the large, square oven insures perfect circulation of (he heat and makes it the best baking ovpu ©v$*p put in u g^s range Let us show you the large assortment of gas ranges on our display floor. Well be glad to have you look them over at your convenience. □ COUTLEE BROS. & CO. 213-215 Central Ave.. "-- ---- STRAWBERRIES The Pick of the Season Cheaper Than for Years RIGHT NOW The strawberry season is now at its best and the choice pick of the growers’ field are the cheapest in years. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW We also supply your needs for Sugar and Fruit Jars. HICKMANS QUALITY STORE FINE GROCERIES i 920 Central Ave, Souvenir Day at Phillip’s Soda Fountain Friday May 10. Every Gentleman or Lady making a Purchase at our Soda Fountain will be given a beautiful Souvenir. Come in and sample our ICE CREAM and FROZEN ICES, our own make and Pure crushed Fruits and Syrups served iii the daintest and most appetizing manner. Don’t Forget. Phillip’s Bakery 706 Central Ave. Our New Location PIANIST-WANTED Competent young lady who can read music on sight can se cure pleasant and profitable jK>sition, steady situation. I he right person ran create for horselt’ a steady, lucrative and pleasant posttion Apply to Manager. KRESS-5,10 and 25c Store. I You Couldn’t i 1 SELECT A IETTEA TIME I X i* X * X x 2 x 2 x 2 2 — 2 x ' X g , 2 To put Gas in your home. . No fuel like it X . X 2 for Summer cooking, and we can give 2 x 2 prompt service now. Later it may he dif- 2 2 x ferent. 2 2 x x 2 2 L_ v » 2 x 2 2 2 x ' 2 X X ! MRS. ARMSTRONG USES GAS \ 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x x x 2 x X I X X x x X X x 2 x 2 x- 2 x 2 x 2 X X X > X > X > X > X > X X X X I WE’VE GOT GAS TO BURN X X_^___________ Wednesday Program DOORS OPEN 1 P. M. Two women were overheard yesterday discussing the cooking school, and Mrs. Oadahout said to Mrs. Homemaker: "Bring me home a set of those recipes, won't you, and maybe 1 11 try some. I haven't time to eo tills week." Her friend laughingly agreed, hut add ed: “Of course, the recipes are till right,, and tin y help ns to make good things at reasonable cost, hut to tny notion they are ihe smallest part of the cdBking school. I've listened to a good many domestic science talks and taken lots of practical cooking lessons, hut never has anyone given me so many valuable ideas and helplul suggestions along these lines as I am absorbing front this teacher. I can't spare the time to attend each los son, myself, but I really can't afford to stav away." MERE MAN AT THE COOKING SCHOOL. Three men, besides myself, attend the Sentinel-ltec >rd Cooking School. Learning to cook? Don't you be lieve it. YVe are watching the women to learn, and as an exam.de of downright earnesl attention I have seen nothing, the past season that could compare with it. LECTURE 2:30 P. IV Truth to toil, I never dreamed that the things we ea f on Id cost such careful planning such devotion ti detail. Upon my word, II I laid prepared the templing; viand; that Mrs. Armstrong placed before her audience a1 the lose of the lecture -if i had, and some mere man were to out them down as a matter of course, while he knitted his brow and thought only of the busy down town if lie should neglect to realize that success or defeat in the kitchen is more vital than success In bus tness if ire just hurried home, ale his dinner wit It dls patch and then hurried away again, forgetting even the good-bye kiss, because he was in such an important business deal if, well, I should just sit down and cry till my eyes and nose were rc*d, and then for break fast I'd give him lukewarm coffee and undercooked innilins. Hut that's only a man's notion of how he would treat his kind. The woman knows that the old adage about the relation of a man's heart and stonr arh Is true, and she will win in the end. The Send nel-Ketord Cooking School Is a great success. The Millinery Sensation of the Year Busch Sisters Hat Shop i Now havo their big special sale In full swing. Indies after you have heard the rooking lecture, dro.i in and take a look a! the wonderful crea tions we are offering at prices never before quoted for the highest grade millinery. Ready to Wear Hats, Pattern Hats, Sailors, Flowers, Feathers, ^ Ribbons, Veilings, Hair Goods, Toilet Articles, Etc. We have marked down the prices on everything, and the opportunity is yours to profit by ■ Busch Sisters Hat Shop ■ 230 Ouachita Avenue The Pasteurized Milk Co. Pasteurized Milk and Cream, Ice Cream and Ice* ) NINE GOOD RULES FOR KEEPING MILK, 1 Take In milk and cream aa soon aa possible alter being left at your dour and place in the refrlgei ator. 2— Keep milk and cream cold until ready for use. (The bottom of the refrig erator is colder than the Ice container. t - 3— If Ice cannot be had. wrap the bottle in a wet cloth and stand It in a dish of water by an open window, out of the sun; evaporation of the water will cool the milk, ' I ______ •I -Keep milk or cream covered until wanted and In the bottle in which it is delivered: in open bowls or pitchers they will absorb odors from food and collect flies and dust. 5—Pour front the bottle only what milk or cream Is needed for Immediate use 6 Milk or cream that has become warm should never be poured back into the bot tle of cold milk. 7—Utensils used for milk should be cleaned with cold water and then with boiling water, thoroughly drained and al lowed to become cold before being filled with milk, 8— Wash and return all miik or cream bottles dally. 9— Have a separate quart of milk for the baby: what he does not use, other* may have, WHY PAS Milk Is of any food. We, by.Afft Pasteurising process, remove all tne Impurities-—which >, housewives have always called "settlings.'’ \ The milk Is delivered to you In st*rllla*d bottles covered with a dust-proof paraf fine cap. At no time does the Milk or Cream come Into the contaminating contact of human hands. It is the purest, cleanest and by far the safest Milk possible for you to gti. Pure, Fresh. Clean and Pasteurlaed Milk and cream delivered to your home every morning. Phone 15 and give us your order, now. The Ice Cream Season Is Now 444 West Grand Avenue * Telephone 15 ► We have on the way a shipment ot ► ► [ Ruud Water Heaters £ I'he greatest convenience the world has ever known. 1 ► < > A Bath Costs One-half Cent ] ► < w it w automatic eintply turn the faucet and your kitchen Is sup- ' y piled with Hot Water Instantaneously. They will he on exhibit at 3 ? our store room In a short time, HKIO TH*K KIWI) H WAT KIR F1RRT. 1 | M. J. MURPHY | * 219 Valley St. | Highest Endorsement Arkadelphlfl, Ark., April 22, 1912. <111RI8TOPHICR-J ACK SON PI A NO OOMPAlNY. Dear Sirs: The Mehlln Parlor Grand recently purchased frota you by Henderson-Brown College for the Concert Auditorium arrived In good condition and almost perfect tune. 8lnce It. was placed In our Auditorium a few weeks ago we have given a number of recitals and it has given satisfaction tn every way. The rich singing qual ity; the full sympathetic tone; the responsive touch; the perfect si ale and construction are most satisfying. During my series of concerts given In the New Kngland States in 1919-11 and 1911-12, 1 used tde Mehlln Grand and It proved to he a piano of durability and met all the demands and requirements, giv ing pleasure and satisfaction In the highest measure. Wishing you all success, I a in very truly, JAY HARRY AKRR, Director of Music, Henderson-Brown College. Christopher-Jackson Piano Co. Phone 115 EXPERT TUNIN6 606 Centril An. \ New Market 1 i £ The former Denman Market on Ouachita j £ avenue has been purchased by l Rawson Bros. I i * Who will conduct it as an up to date grocery * ► and meat market, with a complete stock of < ^ Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, etc. < ► Fresh and Cured Meats, ; l and in fact everything to be found in an up J ► to the minute market. Phone or call, either < ► at the old Denman stand on Ouachita, or < r j ► at our other store, 222 West Grand Ave. < l We Serve You Promptly j k .