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Solid Colore predominate hut there is some diversity supplied by polka dots and stripes usually in colors and u smart individual touch appears in the monograms worked on Diamond shaved or Oblong patches. Having determined upon n in Thler suit the next thing is the business of choosing a Capo or Robe to Wear Over it in similar shape with two ridges in i so in s Content with n Flut rib us flntah8a Waltl groups of ii Boriin Side whore two Small Lac a " do of strips of Felt Are 40? not take Lons t0 my the be nth it mosts essential article in War to la of bathing suit. It is Ili to Bovry Partl Culler apparently Appa that goes to the beaches hats of Milan Straw ice of Emil us i is the imports no ree let of m inn Straw. It Onri i s West effective in Black cml l " Belge nud a 8"�de of red Are unusually Astruc to touch Cizik of to for evening Ara Giv-6teco"lul we est by Hein Stra Wuh Embro,1ery & jew is a wrap As Well us a Blanket. Capes Are the most popular wraps for Beach Wear of them May be passed up for the even the Cap must follow the lend of the suit and wrap in color if it is to Register smartness. There is considerable variety in this water millinery with the affair a great favorite. Itu her slippers or Satin shoes dispose of the footwear question. Boxes that look like undersized hat boxes with rubberized lining Servo to entry Beac Hward All bathing needs but amusing bags of rubberized silk that simulate queer dolls and conventional bags of Creyonne outnumber them. Very pretty Bench pillows Are Mude of coloured oilcloth. Jura Hotto lev. C. 1920, Western newspaper Union decorative sleeves very wide sleeves of lace or Chiffon a or very much embroidered or decorated materials Are frequently the Only attempt at trimming on the new Btu car Satin gowns. / shades of Chintz a different version of the Chintz Shade is not plaited but is made of pieces Cut to make a perfectly smooth straight Shade bound with coloured Linen tape. Spices Are appropriate. If Sliver is washed and dried As soon As possible after using much or Tho polishing win be eliminated. Jay a cold cloth dipped in cold water Over the Bottom of a cake tin the cake will be removed much easier. Ury bits of cheese put through the meat grinder and mixed with boiling hot Cream a dash of Cayenne will make a Good Cream cheese to serve in various ways. Spread on crackers and served with a salad it makes a Good luncheon dish. When roasting meat n teaspoonful of sugar added to the water when Basting adds flavor As Well As color to the roast and Gravy. Always dry Grui Steware away from the heat As it will Chip and crack often bits will get into the food in this Way. If a child should get any foreign substance up his nose do not try to probe for it but put a bit of Pepper or snuff on the he under the other nostril he will sneeze and dislodge the obstruction unless firmly lodged. In such Case Call a physician. Blowing up the free nostril is often a help if the object is not too tightly lodged. Keep old stocking legs to slip on the arms when cooking to save Good dress sleeves or use them for covering legs of chairs or tables when moving. Cut into two Inch strips silk stockings of various colors Are crocheted or Woven into pretty covers for cushions. Cover the Small clock with a Glass bowl if the ticking annoys at night. The time can be seen without the disturbance of the noise. When washing greens add a handful of Salt to the water it will dislodge any insects that May be clinging to the leaves. Zinc filings or Small pieces of Zinc placed on the coals in a grate or Furnace will Clear the Chimney of soot. A tablespoonful of vinegar added to stews of meat that Are Tough seem to soften the Tough fibres wonderfully. Summer dishes. During the hot weather the meat Supply should be Cut Down. If there Are mushrooms to be had from the Fields one need not miss having appetizing meats. Tuna fish with two cup Fuls of Tunu fish one cupful of thin Cream one teaspoonful of butter one half teaspoonful of Salt a few dashes of Cayenne a grating of Nutmeg two cupfuls of mushrooms Cut into Dice and cooked in butter five minutes one cupful of White sauce and a tablespoonful of minced Parsley. Add the mushrooms to the tuna the Cream and the Seu so Uings stir in the butter and simmer 15 minutes. Serve on buttered Toast and pour the hot Well seasoned White sauce with the Parsley added Over All. Queen of bread the summer when bread Moulds quickly various puddings and a Gratin dishes May be made occasionally. Take one pint of milk one pint of bread crumbs the Yolks of two eggs one cupful of sugar a tablespoonful of melted butter the Rind and juice of half a Lomon. Beat the Whites of the eggs very stiff add two table spoonfuls of powdered sugar. Cover the pudding after mixing with a layer of sugar and Lemon juice and Rind then cover with the meringue and bake until Brown. Serve with Cream or a hard sauce. Cottage chem with lettuce. Heap creamed cottage cheese on fresh Crisp lettuce top with a spoonful of f Good boiled dressing and Garnish with a cube of Jelly or a bit of preserve. Sprinkle with chopped nuts if desired. Beat Lima two cupfuls of fresh Lima Beans add one medium sized Green Pepper one onion and one Carrot chopped. Cook in boiling water until tender then Salt reserving when draining one half of the liquor. Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter add two tablespoonfuls of flour Pepper and Salt to taste then add one half cupful of the liquor and the same amount of milk Cook until smooth pour Over the vegetables and serve hot. Veal is a dish that is especially enjoyed in summer have a slice of veal Cut from the leg. Pound it until thin Cut into strips and Planco on each a spoonful of seasoned crumbs. Roll up the Stripe tie or skewer dip into seasoned flour and Fry until Well browned now add a cupful or More of thin Cream and simmer for half in hour. Serve with the skewers removed and the sauce poured Over the Birds. Satire in poetry and prose it is a matter of opinion whether or not satire is More effective in poetry or prose. One of the reasons Why it is said to be More effective in poetry is that poetry remains longer in the mind than prose because of the rhyme. Hard to forgive it would be much easier to love on fellow Man if he did t honk to get by and then slow posturing the first six months of 1926 one in every four buyers of new automobiles bought a general motors car. During 1925 the proportion was about one in five. During 1924 it was one in six. This steady addition of hew friends for the products of general motors has a double significance. 1. It is proof that the grouping of Strong companies in one big family is economically sound. Large scale operations do make possible important economies and these economies do Benefit the buyer in greater value. The Public has recognized this principle and profited by it. 2. Increased Public patronage involves increased obligation. General motors is direct-., by responsible for the welfare of its 152,000 employees and their families its 20,000 dealers and indirectly for the six thousand companies which furnish it with supplies and materials at least a million men women and children to whom its Public Good is a very personal concern. As the volume of production increases there must be a corresponding increase in the values offered. The new series of cars just presented does embody larger values it is a direct reflection of the fact that More than 1,075,000 general motors cars were sold at retail during the year just closed. The added Quality has been built in where its presence counts most in Comfort and safety and Long life. With great Pride we invite you to inspect these new general motors cars. General motors Chevrolet Pontiac old sm0b1le Oakland Buick Cadillac a Gumc trucks yellow cabs buses and trucks a car for every purse and purpose " general motors passenger cars Delco Light electric plants and Frigidaire electric refrigerators May be purchased on the Mac plan. Want a Young Man in a very Locaty to Dos tribute advertising business Chance. Send 10 cents in Stamps for particulars. E. J. Miller distributor Nobles value ind. J out the cracks and crevices where they hide and Breed and destroys insects and their eggs. Spray flit on your garments. Flit kills Moths and their larvae which eat holes. Extensive tests showed that flit Spray did not stain the most delicate fabrics flit is the result of exhaustive research by expert entomologists and chemists. It is harmless to Mankind. Flit has replaced the old methods because it kills All the insects and does it quickly. Get a flit can. And sprayer today. For Bale everywhere. Standard Oil co. New Jersey destroys w files. 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