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CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO, NEWS SERVE THE BEETROOT ONE OF THE M08T WHOLESOME OF FOODS. ! May Be Prepared In Many Way and tha Potaah 8alta It Contalna Maka It an Invaluable Table Dainty . .1 for All Seasons. Beetroota contain a large proportion of potaah aalta and ara consequently most wholesome. There are aeveral Interesting ways of serving tbem, .part from the usual salad and pickle form. To cook beetroota tbey should first be washed In lukewarm water and all dirt removed. Then put them In a steamer and let them cook for -two or three hours, according to size. When done dip In cold water and peel off the skin while hot They can also be baked In the oven and will take about the same time to cook. Beetroot Soup. Put a quart of white stock In a atewpan with one or two onions, a turnip, a carrot, a small beetroot (all cut up), and one or two cloves and peppercorns. Stew for an hour and a half, and then rub all through a wire sieve. Mix a table spoonful of barloy flour with one ounce of butter, add to the soup, and stir carefully until It thickens. Then serve very hot with fried croutons of bread. Beetroot an Casserole. Put half an ounce of butter In a casserole, and when hot add a sliced beetroot and a little finely-chopped shallot. Fry for a few minutes, then add about two ptnta of good stock, and let It stew balf an hour. Mix on ounce of ar rowroot or potato flour with one gill of cream, and pour the stock over It, being careful not to let It curdle. Ar range the beetroot In the center of a hot dish, reheat the thickened gravy (but do not let It boll), season with salt and pepper, and pour over tha beetroot Beetroot a la Creme. Cut a cooked beetroot In dice-shaped pieces and let it marinate In vinegar. Boll some maccaronl In aalted water, and when cooked drain and keep hot; atraln the beetroot and put In a saucepan, allowing to every two tablespoonfuls one ounce of butter and a tablespoon ful of water. Let all get thoroughly hot, and Just before serving stir In three or four tablespoonfuls of cream. Beetroot and Apple Pudding. Cook two ounces of lice In on pint of milk. With sugar to taste. When soft (it will take about an hoar), let It cool, and then spread over the bottom of a glass dlih. Stew one pound of cook ing applea with augar and a few cloves and add a sliced beetroot. Mash all well together and spread over the rice. Make a nice custard, and when Slightly cool pour over the apple and rice. Serve when cold. Oil and Vinegar. The expert salad mixer never puts the oil and vinegar and other season Ings together, but adds them separate ly to the salad. If a aalad la perfectly mixed, and the materials are In the right condition no oil will be wasted by being left on tha plata. But for some sorts of service It Is most con venient to mix the "French dressing." Tut the pepper and salt and perhaps a bit of mustard and other seasoning In a dish, add vinegar and then atlr the oil, three times aa much as vine gar, In briskly so that the dressing will bn thick and creamy. Qarllo rubbed on to the dlah first helghtena the flavor and la much favored by the sophisticated. Oxford 8alad. Small leaves of lettuce, three to each guest. On each a slice of or ange, cut not too thin. On each slice of orange place a atrip of canned red weet pepper. Over all pour a dress ing made of the Juice from enda ot oranges, a little ot the pepper liquor and plenty of salt Wholesome Sweat. Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of gel atine in eight of cold water. To two cupfula of granulated augar add eight tableapoonfula of water and beat un til sugar dissolves. Add gelatine alow ly to alrup and let it stand until cool. Add pinch of salt and flavor to taste. Beat with an egg whip until stiff and then with a spoon until soft enough to settle into a sheet. Pour into buttered tins dusted thickly with powdered sugar and cool until It does not stick to the fingers. Cut into squares and roll each square in powdered sugar Wonders. Beat one egg, a little salt and snough flour to make stiff. Roll out very thin, cut with a biscuit cutter and fry In hot fat one minute. Serve with alrup, cream and Jelly, or a deli cate pudding sauce. 8ewing Hint. Try sewing paper on the back of goods that you are to put tatted or other insertions In; It will help to keep the fabrlo even, and neither In sertion nor goods will stretch while lowing or when launder. HER EXPERIENCE GAINED Oil TRIP Found That Ladies in State Agreed With Her on One Important Question. Mangham, La. Mrs. Liza Barber, Of thla town, who baa returned front a trip In West and Middle Tennessee, has the following to say: "I have been on a trip in Middle and West Tennes see where I found many ladles using Cardul, the woman's tonic. While traveling I took great pleaaure in tell ing what It had done for me I not only praised Cardul but advised poor suffering women to take It. I know that Cardui cured me and I believe it will do the same for other women. Sometime ago, I could hardly stand on my feet, and I had given up ever having good health. After using two bottles of Cardul I could tell It waa helping me, and I continued taking it for awhile. I soon felt aa well as I ever did, and could do all of my work. I shall always praise this great medicine to every suffering woman. I think there is no other half so good." Mrs. Barber would have found weak, ailing women taking Cardul al most anywhere she could have gone, because Cardul Is recognized aa the standard woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women back to health and strength in the past 60 years. Why shouldn't It help you? Ad?. IN NEED OF ITS TEACHINGS Able 8eaman Had Not Read "Little ' Book," but Evidently It Might Have Done Him Good. The chaplain of one of our cruisers had a knack of presenting small Bibles, neatly tied in a parcel, to men on the upper deck. That it contained a Bible he carefully retrained from mentioning, merely saying, "Here Is a little book you'll like." He gave one to Able Seaman Spikes. One day, a week Inter, he approached Spikes aa the latter was smoking on the upper deck. "How .do you like the little book, Spikes?" Spikes' mind flew to hie ditty-box, In which the little par cel, still intact, reposed. He slowly removed his pipe. "Very Interesting, air very." "Glad to hear that you have atnrted reading it." said the par son. "Started, sir? Why, I've finished It (Spikes had no Idea what the book was); don't take roe long to read a book, sir, especially a good book. But there, sir, it ended like all the others got married and lived happy ever after." Magicians Sit Down to Dinner. Jhe Magicians' club, which is com posed of all the most celebrated trick makers on the English stage, recent ly held its first annual dinner, followed by an entertainment, at the Hotel Cecil In London. It was a mar velous evening. The dinner itself was shrouded with maglo effects difficult of discernment, but one got an Impres sion of new potatoes that turned into forks, and ot waiters folding up the thick soup and putting it neatly Into their breast pockets. After dinner wonder grew. After speeches real Journalists conjured with words, and then Mr. S. C. Mau rice dazzled one with kaleidoscopic card-turns, a trio sang a quartette, the Zomahs told the secrets of all the watches and other concealed articles in the room, and then Mr. Houdlnl Mr. Houdml took a bag and took an egg, and smiled, and the world seemed a simple understandable place. When Mr. Houdlnl had finished with the bag and the egg, the solid ground had faded beneath one's feet Appropriate. First Shining Light (In the colored church) Ah don't believe in callln' die heah society de Ladles' Auxiliary. Dat's lmltatln' de white folks. Second Shining Light Den wot will we call It? First Shining Light Well, wot's de mattah wld callln' It de "Colored Sup plement?" Automobiles may be as expensive as wives, but one can trade his old auto in on a new one every two or three years. The man who poses as a social Hon among women may stack up like a yel low cur among real men. The man who depends upon his pull to get him Into heaven had better be gin to practise shoveling coal. In Hoo 8tgno Vlncea. Lao Stafford of Minneapolis found himself In Chicago once in ruBh times. An Odd Fellows' convention made the streets bum, crowded the hotels and Jammed the restaurants. Stafford and a companion were casting about for a likely spot for a short snack when a sign confronted them. It presented the links of the order, with the let ters "I. O. O. F." superimposed. 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