UNION RECORDER, MILL EDGE VILLE, GA-, OCTOBER II, 1928
Have you an interesting picture in
the kitchen—hung where it catcher
your eye many times during the day?
In this sensible ag“. you know,
In htis sensible »ge, you know, no
one denies the appropriateness—if
not the psychologich necessity—of
a glimpse of sun, winding road over
country hills when one is confined at
kitchen tasks. Or perhaps the pic
ture might be of some fragrant old-
fashioned garden, or of a child at
Cheerful scenes in the kitchen nre
often invaluable, both for decora
tive purposes and as a counter-irrit
Cream of earrot soup
Limn bean loaf with tomato sauce
Apple end Celery salad
COOKIES FOR THE SCHOOL
Heat 1-2 cup of molasses to boil
ing point, add 1-2 cup butter, then
slowly add 1 cup prepared cake flour
2-.'! cup t-ugur, 1-8 teaspon salt and
1 teaspoon ginger sifted together.
Drop half-teaspoons of batter three
inches apart on an inverted pan.
Bake in a slow oven until medium
ASPARAGUS AND EGG SALAD
A nice way to combine canned
white asparagus and hard-boiled eggs
in saia.i is to mold them in alter
nate layers in lemon gelatin. Strips
of phniento may be added if desired.
Mold in square loaf pan. slice and
serve on lettuce with mayonnaise.
M TO SET" COLORS
A teaspoon of Epsom salts added
water will set col*
or*> most effectively. Soak the fab
ric in the solution, then wash in the
DECAFFEINIZED COFFEE AT ITS
Altho di-ca/feinized coffee may be
mad- as you would natural coffee
—either boiled, percolated or by the
drip method—it is best when brewed
in a drip pot. Heat fresh water one
cup for every tablespoon of coffee
and one for pot. Place pot over low
flame t > l:ep it hot. but do not boil.
A REFRIGERATION HINT
When the ice melts, the refriger
ator is cooled; so do not cover the
ice with paper, if you want the best j
WED THREE TIMES TO SAME
Chicago, Sept 21*.—(Autocaster)
—Mrs. Josephine Hiltwcin now has
reach d the conclusion that Edward
HHtwein, her husband. .Iy fixed in
his traits. One of these, die claims,
is his impluse to beat her. Fhe mar
ried him three times, divorced him
twice, and is now seeking her third
divorce. Her next husband, -he «ty-
must be another.
BOY, 10, WRECKS TRAIN—JUST
'■ - N. Y. Sept —(Anf.-
castir)—George Brisco, 10. has con
fessed he pulled a switch on the West
Jersey and Seashore Railroad a week
ago ju« to “see what would hap
Th$ result was the derailment of a
pa sen go r train, bu no one was in-
try in Milledgeville for 18
My charges are reasonab
tented or refund your tnonei
you take no chances in doing
ness with me. Office hours
12, 1 to 5 Sunday 2 to 8.
W. J. Brake
NEW COATS and NEW DRESSES
RE-PRICED FOR QUICK SELLING
You can Dress Better, Feel Better and Look Better for Less Money
than you have for many years. High Priced Dresses and
Coats far Below their Real Value.
Fur Trimmed Coats
About 50 in the lot. The styles, the quality and the materials are the
best. Most of them are heavily fur-trimmed. No shoddy furs, bnt
real fine ones.
$55.00 and $75.00 Coats at $59.00
$45.00 and $50.00 Coats at $39.00
$30.00 and $35.0C Coats at. $29.00
A Big Saving if You Are In
terested In A Fail Coat.
MORE THAN 100 NEW DRESSES
TO GO IN OUR SALE
Grouped in three prices. All new materials, best makes, best styles,
and the best work manship, repriced for our October Sale.
Values at S3S.00 and $49.00, repriced for $35.00
Values at $30.00 and $35.00, at $28.00
More than 50 new models of Co-Eds iust in, at $16.75
LADIES’ FINE SILK HOSE
All silk chiffons. Pointer heels, Julios Kaysers, none better—all the
new fall shades included in this salt.
Picot edge top, silk from top to toe $1.95
Kayseri service weight and chiffons, all pure silk, Pointex heels $1.49
About 20 doz. fine silk hose, Picot tops, very sheer broken sizes and
broken lots, to close-out at $1.39
LADIES’ FINE SHOES
Oxfords, Straps and Pumps, patents and colored
leathers, Spanish and box heels.
$6.00, $8.00 nnd $19.00
If you Want the Best Shop At
E. E. BELL’S
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