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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

■Bs_ ^ $ ■ fsflf* ' ' I ■ 11 I It ... *. % <1 r Wk ■ul_iiji Linden Hardware & Furniture Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, . COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day or night PRICES TO SUIT ALL TOZIERS COOLING BOARD AND WALtfUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 06 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please LINDEN TRANSFER CO. 0 • * LilVEf^y AND FEED STABLiE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. AUen Urquhart? DRUGGIST. THE BEST C " EVERYTHING IN TT' jfl D".T;a LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. DIRECTORY Churches baptist E. R. Davis, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a.m. each Sunday, S. tt. Vance, Superintendent. Preaching every Fourth Sunday by the Pastor at it a. m. and at night Prayer meeting every Friday night, tadies A...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

$?v f '' '' . &' ,' ' * &2&HS & a ,£?"•'■ ® %■ BllVGER A ERWli\, Publishers. >■ A. IPaper Devoted to the besft Interests of the People. -i Snbscripf ion, M OO Pep Annnm VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUOTST IS, 10.19, NO, 9S. asm Small Beginnings Make Biff Endings I Learn to save the Dickies and dimes. The Dollars will care for themselves. The most difficult part in starting an account is the begin- ning SAVE THE CENTS IN YOUTH, REAP DOLLARS IN OLD AGE This is the story of the person who begins early to ac. cumulate. Start an account today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS. BURLESON MAKES MORE PARCEL P0S1 CHANGES. \Vashington, Aug. 4.—Futher t (i popularize the parcel post sys- tcm with the public, Postmaster General Burleson announced to- diiv t hat after Aug. 15 the weight on packages would bo placed at twenty pounds (it is ndw el oven pounds) and that a sharp reduc- tion in charges for the transport tat ion of packages would be make. lie announced that on...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

f. - THE CASS COUNTY SUN f 1 Banger & Erwin, Editor* and Prop*. UNDEN. - - TEXAS COLQUITT IN SPEECH DEFIES LEGISLATURE ( out op voun powt.n to aunV ME POLITICALLY," HE TELL8 MEMBERS AT BARBECUE. READY TO MEETJIIS FUTURE Declare* with Co-operation "We Coult Solve Every Present Problem Within Six Days." Austin, Tex.—"If the legislature would meet me half way and would confer reasonably with me we could solver every present problem of the state of Texas In six days, but they have not met me half way. However, the legislature may do *s It pleases and you may expect me to 'cuss out' legislature, but I will reserve that un- til a later day, and also you may bet 'that I will use my constitutional pre- rogative as governor of this state, after the legislature has finished its ■work, and I will not have any apolo- gies to make." Such was the significant assertion of Gov. Colquitt in his first talk di- (rectly to the legislature Tuesday at a tiarbecue given by Senator McGregor at his coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

w-ws iMWlli' ': BOUNTY 8UN I™"-' j9f •-- Wm a**, i ; J 1 [ \ % & 1: J. 15. A. BANGER W. L.. ERWIN BANGER & ERWIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THKCAS8 COUNTY BUN published every Tuesday, Is entered at the Lludeu poatoffloe it Sooond.'Clans matter. Ratbs op subscription: buijclt copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 60 cents No papers sent out without the cash in .'.ovancw; paper stopped when time is pur' or we lose it. . —' * ' .. !.' '■ • ■ — — Obituary notices und cards of thanks tviii be inserted at two-and a-half cents Gooduian and wife havo pei line W. D. Lewib Elected Puebi- yzsiNi UNION. - VV. I). Lewis, of Topsey, Texas, was elected president of the Tex- an Farmer's Educational & Co- operative Union to succeed Pe- ter Radford, who has served the IJrtinn for the past two years. The opposing candidate, E. Pearson of Dodd City, was elect- ed to the vice-presidency by ac- clamation. Other officers elect- ed were as, follows: J P Lane, Gallatin, chaplain; A L Baker, Stock ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

■8M ififift'sar MWAJ as wit est SUGGESTED BY THE PLAY BY i RAUL ARMSTRONG" COPYR1 <jHT 1910 -BY HARPER £Tbrothers 8YNOPSI8. w iH)y ui a> i .J..-,, rr.,,1 ranch are "heartbroken over the loss of their Tnuch- prlzeil phonograph by the defeat of their shamploi) In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A house party Is in at the Flylns Heart. .1. Walllngford ■Speed, cheer leader at Vale, and Culver Covington, Inter-collegiate champion run- er, are expected. CHAPTER I.—Continued. "Nonsense! Robert Keap is only twenty-three. Why, she hardly knew her husband, even! It was one of those sudden,. Impulsive affairs that would overwhelm any girl who hadn't ■een a man for four years. And then he enlisted lr ' « Spanish War. and was killed." "Considerate chap!" "Roberta, you know, is my best friend, after Helen. Do be nice to her, Jack." Miss Chapin sighed. "II Is too bad the others couldn't come." "Yes, a small house-party has its disadvantages. By-the-way, what's that gold thi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

i^Slf IIkPIJP?' '■ WS# tOCJZ IMTSUlMEMCie ' M - ■ , ' ■ :: " ' '1 . . ' ' /•'■'" uilo iil J I. : ijf J.1'1 ■ r<t.;vi y riim Lemons at Bain Fants. _. • _ Tube paints, all colore at the Cabin Drug Store. Commissioners court is in ses- sion thia wfcek. Five pounds roasted coffee for $1.00 at Sam Fant's. Sallow complexion comes from bilious impurities in the blood and the fault lies with the liver and bowels:—theyare torpid. The mediclns that gives results in such C8JCB is HRRBIflE. It is a fine liv^r ^timuiaxit and bowel regulator, Price 60c. Sold by Cabin Drug Store. Mrs. M. D. Givins is on the irrd-reposctJ itsrrnie tt£eTc-. Cooking oil at Sam Fant's. For Baggy Harness soo Mirett & Funt Guj Nelson nod wife, of Kildnre are visiting in Linden this week. If you wanf feed stuff see the Transfer people. la feeders of fine horses prcfei BAL- LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT for all cuts wounds or sores on their stock, because it acts botfi mildly and quickly .and heals an ordinary wound without...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

#>«#;. .«m _ -1 iss ip? ■Swai iff"® % iK?2) ia^': L INGi Uncle Sam Manufactures Some Expensive Toys Xakev-1 . & • WASHINGTON.-—In the midst of the ponderous national dutlos which constantly beset him. Uncle Sam finds time to Indulge in the occupation of toyraaker, an occupation which makes Mm beloved by children and admired toy grown-ups who may never hope to wee the mighty originals of the won- derful toys. Three rooms In a tiny brick build- ing, tucked away in a secluded corner jof the Washington navy yard, where (the thunder of giant machinery mak- ing mighty guns Is shut out and the wverlostlng crashing of metal is faint lend dim, constitute the toy shop for 'things marine. Six of Uncle Sam's most able assist- ants, all experts in their line, are em- ployed here steadily turning out tha expensive playthings. There is one workman laboriously threading wire into a long cage. Here is another slowly carving with small Instruments many pieces of wood that • dovetail perfectly ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

m r i / I t r I I Fw?- v j ,i. DAINTIES FOR SpSar ffe -v //■Mb ~ - Vs« :Vw: PARFAITS MAKE MOST DELICIOUS DE88ERT IN SUMMER. Particularly Good In That They May Ba Prepared In Advanoa of the Raat of the Meal—Whipped Cream the Beat Baae. The parfalta, and mouaaea and bla •ulta (pronounced In French. "bUk- *e«") are particularly practical de •erU, aa they need no etirring during the freezing process. They can be made and left to ripen aome hours before serving. This enables the cook to aet the dessert aside and do all the reat of her work up to the last min- ute. And, again, they are less trou- ble to prepare than pics, enkes or pud- dings. They should, however, be eaten very slowly, that the digestion may not be retarded by chilling. These simple concoctions are in gen- eral light Ice creams, having as a base custards, creams, whipped eggs rein- forced with fruits, sirups and gela- tin or combinations of theso. The most frequent base la whipped cream. The cream must be beaten until ver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 12 August 1913

iseffoa ■ * I a jk#a i .nf ) * & irdware & Furniture FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE] AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very best attention given calls day or night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIER S COOLING BOARD AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 00 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. P-5-! CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please LINDEN TRANSFER CO. lilVEf*Y flND FEED STflBLiE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Allen Urquhart, DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINBi Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. L. C. WEAVER, PRESIDENT C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-pres. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2nd v-PRBs The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. <0 Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-operate with Uxjin ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

I ill ... f i ! I 7k Zf If'„>>•?"• kb •' .. V ' ";V-" v ' '-^V ' • ' v' ..J1'. irV- " " V? . % ' r . V- • •' • * - •' 'it"" • ■ ■ V " •• if" • v -V / . 11 .m lI'lIVCiEK & BKWIN, Publishers. } A. Paper Devoted to tlie bost Interests of the People. {SubscrapMon, $8 Q® Per AMiwnBa VOL, 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1913 NO. 38, Honest Toil and Properly Directed Energy <^cce w Are the key-notes of SUCCESS. Very few fortunes ore made by chance, some are inherited, but most of them are won through persistant effort. KEEP EVERLASTINGLY AT IT "Success is not reached by a single bound; We mount the ladder by which we rise From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And we mount that ladder round by round." LET US HELP YOU CLIMB CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, TEXAS Talking Picture Machine Perfected. All of the famous electrical in- ventors of Europe, as well as America, have been working for years in an endeavor to bring an absolutely perfect unison in action betw een the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

' XwiyfiMX-'-'' . •'"is l! WrofMv 5* #& Bi; E FN MENU THE CASS COUNTY SUN will ,,b^e tabrWioil In Texa* diately. The .new offices will be «oa tod at Nettle, in Polk county and Trinity Mills, in Dallas county Banger & Erwln, Editors and Prop*. TEXAS BREVITIES DISHES WITHOUT MEAT AFFORO VARIETY TO DIET. DOME8TIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERW«\D UP IN AT. TRACTIVE 8TYLE. I4NDEN. - TEXAS REASSURING ADVICES REACH WASHINGTON A $5,500 laundry company has been organized In Kaufman. Preliminary arrangements nre being completed for the erection of the building. I - J *IRST STEP TOWARD RESTORA- TION OF PEACE TAKEN, PRES- IDENT WILSON BELIEVES. EUROPE'S AID IS EXPECTED Explanation of Why Great Britain and German Recognized Huer- ta Is Encouraging. Washington.—News from Mexico City that John IJnd, personal repre- sentative of President Wilson, and Frederico Gamboa, Mexican minister of foreign relations, had established unofficial relations by a personal meet- ing, brought encouragement t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

** . ✓. ' Mi■ m ii ] I B§£l$u * ■wndBm' ' 1 ' «'"■ 'U IV" f"V "" 1 I •■ > ■ "rn '•'" v.* .. Pjtjf'&r Vt KT* < • : ■': %; ' r-' i '' mUJUj ADOMANCE EX BSXCH SWWESTED BY THE iWCi im ARMSTRONG Xllvrs^tc dgasx* Be^ 3m copyright 1910 jr HAWPCI? ^BROTHERS SYNOPSIS. rS# V*W- Cowboya of the Flying Heart ranch are heartbroken over the loss of their much- prized phonograph by the defeat of their champion In a foot-race with the cook of the Centipede ranch. A houae party Ih on at the Flying Heart. J. YValllngford Hpeed, cneer leader at Yale, and Culver Covington, Inter-colleglate champion run- ner, are expected. Helen Blake, Speed's sweetheart, becomes Interested In tilt) loss •f the phonograph. CHAPTER II.—Continued. "The Centipede crowd took their defeat badly on Frontier Day, and •wore to get even." "And waB Humpy Joe. defeated?" Mked Helei "Wai he?" Still Bill Bhook hl« head •adly, and sighed for a third time. "It looked like he waa running backward, ttklBB." "But really he was o...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

ratbs ok subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is wc lose it. mi Obituary notices and cards of thanks wil'be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pa> line P i 1: Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that !ht< partnership heretofore exist- ing betwee I. N. Maiett& J. C. Funt, of Linden, Cass County, Texas, under the firm name of Marott & Fant, was dissolved by mutual consent on the Sth day of August, A. D. 1013. All debts owing the said partnership are to be received by I. N. Marett, and all demands oil the said partnership are to be presented to hin> (or payment. I. N. Marrett, J. C. Fant. August 8th. 1913. FOR SALE. Oue brand new Take down Winchester Repealing Shot Gun, modified choke. Price $22.50. Apply at the Sun office. the town of Linden. Cuss County Texas; J. P. Fant, Co. Judge, present and pre- sidingjT. C. Glover, H. P. Traylor, S.M. Griffin and J. H. McWi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

Sife. ■ ' ' 5 ; '^; * * ■ ' . f • : i- ■ ' ■ WM I'] • «rig^r:t>nnW ' r-xrm-nT r m tt> /vm k *>Uy yQur 00ffiu8,pfl*fr«t¥ ftjud al suits from John 8. Mor •nti^titii^f-trr-' •—TiT '"'to LOCAL LYTELL1GEJVCJS Lemons at Sam Fants O.K. Taylo/ left for Dallas Monday to transact business. Can you draw A goose? Fresh country meal at Sam Fant's. J. S. Baker went to Fort Worth last week to buy some stock. Tube paints, utl colors at the Cubin Diug Store. Five pounds roasted coffee for $1.00 at Smu Fant's. Mrs. Elliuftton;. of Omaha, and Son Corrio, of Austin, are here visiting S. E. Fllington and wife. Sallow complexion comes from bilious Impurities in the blood >and the fault lies with ihe liver andbo-.veIs:—thcyare iorpid. The medietas that gives results in such casts is HURBINH. It is a line liver stimulant :md bow-1 regulator. Price 50c, Sold by Cabin Drug Store. Cooking oil at Sam F.mi's. L. E. Stone and family, from near Roach, visited A M. Allday and family Suuday. Can y.-.u d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

■ • I , ————— " rn n i" nr«r I 1 JPsS 1 I CTO or d —r hade tree Proper Proteotion Is Problem of Much Importance. iSudden Uuei Are Frequently Caused by Overwhelming Attacks of Leaf-Eating Insects—Keep Pests In 8ubJectlon. (By 8. A. korbes.) The protection of the shade trees *nd ornamental shrubs of our city :parks against Insects has been for several years a problem of Increas- ing importance. Many of the most de- sirable trees and shrubs are liable to ishow destruction by obscure insect 'A Trap for the Elm Leaf-Beetle, Made of Strawboard and Smeared With Tanglefoot. .pests little understood, If at all, by ! those Immediately concerned. Trees which have grown for years becoming more attractive, more val- uable and more highly valued year by 'year, begin to weaken and decay, and 'the owner does not know why. This is often due to borers or the scale insects or beetles, the presence of which has not been detected or sus- pected, but which injuries might have been prevented if the facts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

'p m s'"ft. « '«'■ ? 5= J ' Mftai*1 ®: jj|; J? ?l! 1 '•/$•-' JK , „. k* P *¥ M ' &&&U& Hi fe' Ideas of Praotical Farmer Need of Deep Plowing. Spraying Compulsory. Spraying has become compulsory In Ohio—no exemptions. It will take dome time before the law Is thorough- ly enforced. Its greatest hardship will be to the village resident who has a few fruit trees more for shade than profit, in the spraying of which build- ings, etc., are liable to have the paint damaged. If the slogan Is to be "low- er cost of living," then their gains will be greater than their losses. Weeds Reduce Profits. There Is nothing which detracts more from the appearanco of a farm than fence corners or roads grown rank with weedB. Nor can farmers afford to grow weeds. Kvery weed Is taking nourishment required for the growth of some useful plant and It la one of the factors which reduces the profits on our high-priced land. Keep Cows Comfortable. The best way to keep the cows com- fortable In the...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 19 August 1913

■ "'mm* 'V - tiMH &VS! V;f _ HI 4 S - j ii&SWE ■■' «.' *19 imwmt y Linden hardware <& FurnSture Co. . • ' ' 4 ' # FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLETE AND VARIED STOCK CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL SUITS AND ROBES. Very beat attention given calls day or night PRICES TO SUIT ALL. TOZIERS COOLING BOARD AND WALNUT STOOLS FURNISHED FREE. Day Phone 06 Night Phone 17 LINDEN, TEXAS. CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors DIRECTORY Ambitious Sons and Daughters. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. In fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please % LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LilVERY AND FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. Alien Urquhart9 DRUGGIST. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Moseley Bldg. Jefferson, Texas. C. WEAVER, president C. E. DAVIS, 1st v-prbs. S. E. GEORGE, treasurer WESLEY MORSE, 2nd v-pri-s The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

f *?5 P. / Kv {—' • ■ 5# ■i® iHli « W'k ■ . wa B4.NCER &ERWHV Publi«her«. ^ A. IPapeTDtwoted to tb.e best Interests of the People. -{SBitoBfirapti'ttm, $1.0© Per Anmsrarr VOL. 38. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913. NO, 34. amnKimea Honesi Toil and Properly Directed Energy Are the key-notes of SUCCESS. Very few fortunes are made by chance, some are inherited, but most of them are won through persistant effort. •TS^gp, wm: KE E HL ABTT TSTOLY AT I T "Success is not reached by a pintle bound; We nvount the laddet* by which we rise From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies. And we mount that ladder round by, round.' LET US HELP YOU CI. I MB CASS COUNTY STATE BANK LINDEN, Where it Hurts, We do not know how much money ia sent .out of this town to buy things that could be bought here.at home. We know t here is some. fise important tiling r* wheth- er (he amtrnnt that is being sent a way is less or more, is decreas- ing <ir increasing. 1? the percentage of such mon- ey is decre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

5,f: Gates of Fighting Goat Wallops >> % NEW YORK.—About a hundreo per- sons. attracted by the noise ot bat- ile, watched Kilkenny, an Irish f,oat wltn a disposition for light and an irishman's love of fair play, rush Into breach and wallop the stuffing okt i>f Mose, a big buck elk, who was woJ<- • ylug an Angora goat in one of the '-u closures In Central park. Keeper Hoey said Moso was such a Ouarrelsome elk that he separated him from the herd and put him in an en- '■Imure with Kilkenny. "They respected each other, though < he goat weighed 800 pounds less than the elk," said Hoey. "and everything and c 0115 a Big Quarrelsome Elk went all right until I put an Angora goat In the enclosure. Scarcely was the Angora In the enclosure when Mose charged, lowering his four ant- lers, sharp and hard as rock, and lift- ing the poor, frightened goat high In the air. "The Angora landed hard and re- mained still, out for the count and bad- ly torn. Mose saw the blood and caught th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 August 1913

m BBu r>< LK ' alM liHi'.;>>Tji* - l rili'S.ii !^5 OF PLAIN VEGETABLES __ REMARKABLY PRETTY TABLt DECORATIONS MAY BE MADE. = Call Only for the E*«rcl e of a LlttU Ingenuity* and the Quality of tha Food la Not In the Leaat Im- paired—Some Example*. There are many artificial waya to make lovely decorations, but in the atudy of vegetable flower# we can ahow a simple way of making our ev- eryday meals more appetizing and still not Interfere with the palatable part of the dishes we prepare. These things will appeal to every one who may bo interested In making home dishes with pretty garnlshea. For In- atance, the small vegetable can be cut into flowers, as follows: Beets—Cut beets In fancy shapes; they make a pretty garnish for any salad; cut as cups to serve salad In carries out the red color scheme; sliced and cut like hearts carries out the valentine Idea. Cabbage—Cut cabbaga head like flower; take out center and make in- to slaw and servo In head. You can also serve hot c...

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