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Sleplmbeds
I
Should Use Varieties Pro
ducing Most Per Acre
of Real Quality
* College Station, Raleigh, Feb. 2
Tobacco plant beds so handled that.'
strong: healthy plants may be secur
ed this spring Is a seasonal recom
mendation by E. Y. Floyd, tobacco
-specialist at State College.
• In the first place, Mr. Floyd advis
es the use of those varieties which
the largest acre yields of the
best quality of leaf. Demonstrations
in various parts of the State have in
dicated certain varieties which give
best, returns for a. particular section
'and Mr. Floyd suggests that these be
’used. |i !
may he kept to a minimum
’in the plant bed by using a new lo
cation, with a southeast exposure ami
on good soil. Fertilize the seed bed
liberally, he says, and scatter over it
'uniformly about 30 pounds of oat,
wheat or rye straw to each 100 square
yards of bed as soon as the seed are
planted. Cover with the best grade
of canvass.
One ounce of seed to each 300
square yards of bed is a good seed
ing. Never carry and trash tobacco
to the seed hed.
If the young plants should be at
tacked by downy mildew or the blue
mold disease th*s year, Mr. Floyd ad
vocates watering the beds at four-day
.Intervals with a nitrate of soda solu
tion. This is made by mixing two or
'threw pounds of the nitrate to 50 gal
lons of water and apply this amount
to every 100 square yards of bed.
This application should be made early
in the morning so that the water will
dry quickly from the leaves.
The specialist says the blue mold
is caused by a fungus that at
tacks the under-side of the leaves. It
•may be controlled by a Bordeaux mix
!ture spray if the material can be
sprayed on the undet side of the
leaves. However, many growers re
port that this mixture has injured
their plants.
Art Is the expression of ideas, and
•can only be explained in relation to
'the current, of religious and specula
tive thought which inspires if.
Week-End Specials
PORK CHOPS. lO l-2c SNAP BEANS, or
pouiul TENDER, 3 lbs. . LiOC
PURE PORK | A GREEN oa
SAUSAGE, lb IvC CABBAGE, 10 lbs. C
PORK ROAST, | A U. S. NO. 1 WHITE OA
pound ylllC POTATOES, 10 lbs. fwiJC
BEEF ROAST *1 0 l-2c OAT MEAL, 3 1-2 OA
pound lb. size, pkg fciUC
RIPE TOMATOES 1A NO. 1 TALL CAN or
pound . . .ivC MACKEREL, 3 for
NO. 1 PETIT POIS PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans 25c
WE DELIVER
Sanitary Market
Phone 31 Garnett Street
It’s All A Matter Os
How Your Clothes
Are Laundered
Your clothes are worth only what you can get out of
them. If they are well laundered and handled care
fully, they look better, wear better, last longer, more
satisfactory, and are therefore worth more to you.
On the other hand if your clothes are not cared for they
will be just the opposite of everything we have said
in the paragraph above.
WHICH DO YOU WANT?
If we do your clothes we can give you the very best to
be had in quality work and service. A clothes satisfac
tion, such as you have seldom, if ever had before.
Call Now For Our Truck
Henderson Steam
LAUNDRY
Phone 508
Putting God’s Kingdom First
«ift i" 1 1,1 • '****
Continuing his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus de
manded sincerity in every act of worship. He
Condemned those who sounded trumphets to at
tract attention when they dropped money inte
die treasury of God's house.
The Market Basket
By The Bureau of Home Economic#,
17. 8. Department of Agriculture, and the Woman’s Division of the
President’s Emergency Committee for Employment
CANNED BEEF AS THE CENTER
OF A ONE-DISH MEAL
The most economical and most sat
isfactory Way to use canned beef, says
the Bureau of Home Economics of
the U. S. Department of Agriculture,
is to make it the center of a one-dish
meal. But you wonder, don’t you, why
the bureau is talking about canned
beef wheh there is so much fresh
beef to be had? Here is one good
reason:
More canned beef will be eaten in
the United States this winter and for
some months to come than in many a
long day past. Many farm families
will eat canned beef because they
have put up their own beef for the
purpose., ‘City families will buy it as
usual —canned corned beef, theirs
probably is, for this is the kind of
canned beef chiefly sold in the gro
cery stores. Then there are thous
ands of other families, in the cities
and in the country, who will have
canned beef now because the govern
ment is providing it for distribution
through state agencies to needy peo
ple. This beef was bought by the
government from cattle farmers, it
HENDERSON, (N. C.) DATLY DISPATCH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1934
was canned according to quality speci
fications by the government, and it
will be given free to families on the
relief rolls.
I.OW-COST MENU FOR ONE DAY
Breakfast
Cracked Whole Wheat Porridge—
Top Milk
Tomato juice for youngest child
Coffee (adults)—Milk (children)
Dinner
Panned Cabbage and Corned Beef
Browned Sweetpotato Slices
Rye Bread and Butler
Milk for all
Supper
Corn Chowder—Crackers
Haw Carrot Sticks
Raisin Cookies
Tea .(adults) —'Milk (children)
RECIPES
Panned Cabbage and Corned Beef
Heat 3 tablespoons of fat in a large
pan, add 3 quarts shredded cabbage,
cover to keep in the steam, and cook
for 10 to 15 minutes, stirring fre
quently. Add 1 pint canned corned
beef, separated in small pieces, and
heat thoroughly. Season to taste with
salt, pepper, and a little vinegar.
Browned Hash
To 1 quart mashed potatoes, add 1
'-pint chopped canned beef, 1 finely
chopped onion, and seasonings to
taste, and mix thoroughly. Mold into
flat cakes and fry slowly on both
sides until crusty. Or spread the mix
ture in an even layer in a greased
frying pan and cook slowly until well
browned.
Hot Beef and Onion Sanawieh
Cook 1 pint sliced onions tender in
3 cups boiling salt water. Thicken
with flour mixed with cold water and
cook several minutes longer. Stir in
1 pint cut-up canned beef and heat
thoroughly. Season to taste with
salt and pepper. Use as the filling
for hot sandwiches with bread or hot
biscuit.
Beef and Vegetable Stew with
Dumplings
Cook about 2 quarts sliced vegetab
les in 1 quart salted water until ten
der. Onions, turnips, and carrots are
a good combination. Thicken slight
ly with flour mixed with cold water.
Add 1 pint cut-up canned beef. Sea
son to taste. For dumplings use half
the recipe below for dough on pie,
hut use proportionately more liquid
(about one cup). Drop by spoonsful
over the stew, cover tightly to hold
in steam, and cook for 15 to 20 gnin
utes.
Beef and Turnip Fie
Cook 1 quart diced turnips tender
in 1 quart boiling salted water. Thick
en with flour mixed with cold water.
Add 1 pint cut-up canned beef, and
pour into a shallow pan or baking
dish. Cover with dough and bake in
a hot oven.
For this dough, sift 1 quort of flour
with 1 1-2 teaspoon salt and 2 table
spoons baking powder. Work in 4
iahlespoons of fat. Add enough liquid
(water, or fresh milk, or dried or
evaporated milk made up with water)
about 1 1-2 cups, to make a soft dough
Roll out or pat the dough about 3-4
inch thick. Cover the pie with the
sheet of dough, or cut it into biscuits
and place them close together over
the top of the beef and turnip mix
ture.
Beef Scallop
Cook l cup rice and mix with it 2
to 3 cups canned tomatoes, 1 pint cut
up canned beef, and a “liced onion.
Season to taste with salt and pepper.
Bake slowly in a shallow pan until
the mixture thickens. Or in place of
the rice use cooked hominy, hominy
grits, macaroni, spaghetti, noodles, or
cracked or whole wheat.
Wife Preservers
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Dip your knife into cold' water
beforo cutting Into ft pie that 1«
topped with meringue. This will
prevent the meringue from pulling
off.
ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
——— Scripture—Matthew 6tl-34.-'
Sincerity should also be the motive in prayer
rather than a vain desire to be seen of men and
have their praise. So Jesus condemned those
wh# sought out street corners as prayer place#
to be seen of men.
Putting God’s Kingdom First
THE WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
(Hie Golden (Text
Matthew^€:33 —“Seek ye first hit kingdom, and hi# right«ousn*»t.
and all these thine* shall he *dd»<l untn vou.”
(The International Uniform Lesson
on the above topic for Feb. 4 is Mat
thew, Chapter 6. especially 6:19-33,
the Golden Text being Matthew 6:33,
“Seek ye first his kingdom, and his
righteousness, and all these things
things shall be added unto you.”)
By DR. ALVIN E. BELL.
Hvaing set forth in the first sec
tions of the Sermon on the Mount
his nature of his kingdom as a spiri
tual kingdom rather than a material
or political one, and having defined
its purpose as that of transforming
and saving the world as salt and light
transform the spheres of their in
fluenqe, and then made clear the
policy pf his kingdom with regard
to all that had preceded it, as that
policy was to fulfill the law rather
than nullify it, our Lord now pro
ceeds to del with the spirit of his
kingdom.
The Spirit of the Kingdom
At another time he had said, “God
is a Spirit: and they that worship
him must worship him in spirit and
in truth.” So now he demands this
essential of sincerity in every phse
of worship —giving, praying and fast
ing. The text for this sermon on sin
cerity within the Sermon on the
Mount is “Take heed that ye do not
your righteousness before men, to be
seen of them; else ye have no re
ward of your Father in heaven.”
Alms given to the accompaniment of
the blare of trumpets to attract the
attention of men, have no merit in
the sight of God. They are to be
charged to the account of advertis
ing and not credited to the account
of religion. They were done to se
cure the “glory of men” and with
this the donors are paid in full and
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The wages of Christ’s kingdom are to be spiritual
and heavenly rather than material. So we are
not to worry about food and clothing but are to
trust our heavenly Father’s care. If he cares for
the birds he will also care for his children.
i may look for no blessing from God.
The same principle is applied to pray
ers offered for publicity by those whc.
“love to stand and pray in the syna
gogues an din the corners of the
streets, that they may be seen ol
men.” Having paraded their piety for
this purpose this is all they get:
“Verily I say unto you. They have
received their reward.”
The Model Prayer.
in the midst of this section dealing
with the kingdom spirit applied Us
prayer our Lord gave that model of
perfection in prayer which we cal
“the Lord’s Prayer” and which may
well be made a “table of contents”
for all our prayers, for it contains a
of the elements essential to true pray
er—adoration, confession, supplication
intercession and thanksgiving. Six oi
its petitions seek spiritual blessings
and only one material benefits. And
even this petition for daily bread is
sought for others as for self, for all
of the first personal pronouns of the
prayer are plural, “ours,” “us” and
“we”, with not a single “I”, "me;
or “my” in the entire prayer. If there
is anywhere that we should “seek
first the kingdom of God and hit
righteousness” it should he in our
prayers.
The Rewards of the Kingdom
The fifth section of the Sermon on
the Mount sets forts the rewards of
the kingdom as spiritual and heav
enly. “Lay not up for yourselves trea
sures upon the earth, where moth
and rust consume and where thieves
break throug hand steal: but lay up
for yourselves treasures in heaven—
for where thy treasure is, there wil’
thy heart be also.” Riches are to be
kept in the position of a servant and
never to be allowed to become our
- ~
Jesus also pointed to the lilies of the field as il
lustrations of our Father's loving care. “Solo
mon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of
these.”
am.ninx! text—Man. r] is
master, much less our god: “Ye can
not serve God and mammon.” Wor
ry ovon money or the tilings it can
buy for food or rainent is contrary to
an the lessons taught us ift nature
by God’s care of the birds of the air
and the lilies of the field. Worry is
adequately expelled only when re re
move the center of gravity of our
concern, from things to God ana
“Seek first the kingdom of God and
7i is righteousness” trusting him to
add things needful in his Fatherly
care.
Three Transfers
Real Estate Are
Placed on Record
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Three real estate transfers were re- 1
ported at the register of deeds office
today us having been placed on rec
ord. 1
George S. Cooke and wife sold to
A. ,T. Watkins for SIOO and other con-
“M” SYSTEM STORE
Give our fresh meats a trial. You will like them. In connection with
our meats we carry fancy and staple groceries, fresh fruits and
produce. Free delivery service. Phone No. 177-d.
LETTUCE, Firm Q | FRESH PORK 1 Q 12c
Crisp Head vC JI HAMS, choice, lb. lw
CELERY, • • A GOLD MEDAL PAN- JA
Large Stalk . CAKE FLOUJR, 3 pkgs 15/C
GREEN CABBAGE O l-2c GELATIN DESSERT, r
Fresh hard heads, lb.«# All flavors, per pkg. .. wC
VEAL STEAK, LORD CALVERT OQ
Boneless, per lb LoZ COFFEE, 1 lit. can £OC
fONA TENDER %
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If El II IV U SLICED—RINDLESS
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SNOWDRIFT. 6 lb pail 69c| WESSON OIL, pt can 22c
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PRESERVES 2 % 35c
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I PACKAGE gC GELATIN DESSERT
Ijm OR
PACKAgT 1C Chocolate Pudding
BOTH FOR l)C 4 Pkg 17c
BRAHDMOTHER’S n/ a Mf . , ,
SQUARE ROLLS pkg. 6c
Bananas Golden Rf p e 4 lbs. 25/
Lettuce La ge Hard Head 10/ I
Celery Well Bleached 7/
Carrots r ancy California 7/
Beans Round Stringless. lb. 10/
Potatoes Few Red Bliss, pound I
Tomatoes Fa cy Florida, pound 12>/ 2 /
By the Rev. Alvin E. Bell
And Alfred J. Buescher
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federations the Cooke homepTuce on
the Oxford road.
• S. S. Parham sold to W. 1-1. pi nch
for $lO and other considerations 100
acres or land lying along Lynch's
Greek in Sandy Creek township.
One-sixth interest in 105 i-v acres
known as the R. H. Neuthery home
place was conveyed to Maedell N.
Thomas and husband, Conrad Tho
mas, of Williamsboro, Va., to p.
Neath cry for $250.
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