AND CANDIES' WITH
YOU DO NOT KMOW WHAT REAL BAKING
SATISFAQION MEANS UNTIL YOU HAVE USED
KANSAS EXPANSION FLOUR
EVERY PARTICLE OF FLOUR IS TAKNN OUT, LEAVING ONLY
THE PURE, WHITE VELVETY PRODUCT.
Tin Boxes on
ing D i f n
ASK YOUR GROCER TOMORROW
BLACKWELL BUSH NELL CO.
THF. ornamental tin boxes in
which one may now huy ran
dies, dainty . candid
fruits, and the h'r-c, .- .1 ur cry
Iroro the !.-. s w. hen vi;.i onfe--tions
um-iI to l- carr.ci home in
paper hags The attractive tin re
ceptacles of today have value not
only in the fart that ihey keep thei.
ontcnts fresh, l.ut that they arc real
ornaments which will grace any
library-table or buffet.
Nor does their value end there.
Kmptied of their edible contents,
they may be p it to numerous uses.
Charming jewel boxes may be made
of them; also boxes to hold hand
terchiefs, gloves, ribbons, laces, or
Their lacquered decorations are
so colorful and artistic that they
will fit into almost any color
scheme To make one of these
pretty tin boxes over into a jewel
case, a pad of cotton wadding
should be cut to fit the bottom
of the box Over this and arour.d
the sides should be carefully glued
a velvet lining, in one of the col
ors med on the exterior decoration
of the b' x TliUa padded and lined
it appears to have been destined
from the first to serve as a casket
for beautiful jewels
Satin Iiiuiiks are perhaps more
Mutable for the boxes that are to
hold handkerchief, (.doves, ribbons,
etcetera. In theve no wadding will
be necessary. The satin lining
should be cut to fit exactly the
sides and bottom of the box,
stretched smoothly over th"se sur
fares and glued w ith c.irr In work,
ing with fine fabric use the best
quality glue wi there will be no
discoloring ;md the surfaces will a !
here sm'ithly and perm jnently.
If a cigarette box is d'sirrd. it
is better to use a sipiare or oblong
tin box As a cigarette container
it r"cd not be hned. although it
would not be inappropriate to do so
Perhaps a lining of taffeta silk
wouM be best, because fragments
of tobacco would not cling to it
fmm. T rA
as they might to a satin surface.
The box, with its prettily decorated
cover, would be a pleasing addition
either to the library table or to the
dressing-table in milady's boudoir.
For the latter, one should be selec
ted that is done in light, dainty
colorings; while ji box of Oriental
colors and design would be best
suited to the library or a man's
In selecting a lining for any of
these boxes, it would be well to
choose from the less dominant col
ors on the cover. For instance,
where there is an Oriental design
in rich red, blue and yellow, with
the red predominating, the blue
note had best be repeated in the
lining. Or perhaps a box 01 Japan
ese design will be done in black and
silver Here a contrasting- lining
would be artistic, such as a pale
greer., or a bright Chinese red
The woUt of adapting these love
ly bores to new uses is a fascin
ating one They would make de
lightful Christmas gifts, with per
haps a sample enclosed of the ar-
k, tide they arc designed to
hold in the handnerchiet
box, a dainty kerchief of
fine linen; a pair of cloves u
in the glove-box; cigarettes neatly
placed in the box intended for that
use; in the jewel-box, one of the
dainty, pastel-colored pearl neck
laces now so inexpensive but popu
lar. Not. however, that any enclos
ure would be expected. For any
one of these pretty boxes, neatly
and artistically lined, would be a
charming gift in itself
These ornamental tin boxes may
be procured in almost any candy
store or bakery. In tin boxes hard
candy will keep fresh and dry and
may be preserved for a long" time.
The t.n cake-boxes usually hold
fruit cakes, since it is desirable to
keep them for an indefinite time.
In this type of container the cakes
will remain fresh and delicious.
Such boxes of cakes or candies may
be kept on the table in the living
room, or on the dining-room buffet.
They will be found extremely
handy, and as attractive as they
are uset'ul They are .1 good in
vestment A most attractive g-it to a movie
fan wou'd consist of a group of
boxes, each de--or.ited with the face
of a popular an I cel.'br.ited screen
actress, each imed v. "atcli so r
color rote nf the boudoir and each
labeled on the outsid- of the box
below the lid with the name of the
article for which intended, such as
gloves or jewels.
000,000 per year?
Do you know that Florida sells
over $20,000,000 worth of fish per
Do you know that Florida mines
produce $20,000,000 per year ?
Do you know that Florida pro
duces and ships more citrus fruit
The Civic League will meet with
Mrs. Paul Walker Friday aftemo.r,
October 9, at 3:30.
Since this is the first meeting of
the club year important business wil!
Do you know that iast year Flor- transacted and topics of interest
ida shipped 7,500 carloads of celery, will be discussed.
4,500 carloads of new potatoes 2,500 !
carloads of cabbage, 1,0 V cmi loads I
rf tat-funA tin nnnnrtn titntit '
All members are urged to attend
or 11 ! ! i
the ; id !
ted ' r ,i
ons Mid 1.
cracl ed ice,
.iT'-I I. -Ii
it, in d milk
. ib- -it ! . ea-icM ' . u- f ,i ,
:: 1, : Ihr h" ti -:- ;,
i-.:..i;., .1 (-. t!,i
numerous other vegetable, such as
beans, peas, swe;t potato;-, straw
berries, peppers and egg plant?
Do you know that the United States
Department of Agriculture jfivos
Florida the highest crop value )er
acre of any state in th Union?
Do you know that Polk .'Ounty in
Florida has the largest per capita
of wealth of any county in the U. S.
Do you know that the state of
Florida has no indebtedness of any
nature as a state?
Do you know that Florida has a
Constitutional Prohibition against in
come and inheritance tax?
Do you know that last year more
miles of railroad were built in Flor
ida than in any other state in thu
Union, and the same will be repeated
Do you know that the statician
Roger W. Babson. says that there
are five million families in the Unite-!
States who can afford winter homes?
Do vou know that it is claimed
that 125,000 business men retire
every year, having accumulated a
! pufficient competency to retire, and
many of them prefer to go to a warm
Do you know that Ford, Firestone,
Edison and the United States Gov-
Yes, I studied geography sometime ernment are bending all their encr-
ago, but the information given in it 8w to produce rubber in Florida,
was very meager, and, besides, what 1 so that we will not be deperent on
was a fact yesterday is past history the British possessions for this com
today and can no longer be quoted . nrmity 7
as correct. ' Do you know that rubber will cost
I have he-n inttin. down a fJ f United States $300,000,0)0 or
f,,rt, I havp rlpnpd rpntlv from I $400,000,000 this year ?
iff.t ..,, ;t, rfca , i No, I am not a Floridian, but a Vir-
Florida, and will formulate a que. ! 8ir,an birth- and Norch Caro"
tlonaire. : in by adoption. The-e ii oncugh
; rcrr-i in this country lor all or the
1 tatcs I am prou l of Virginia
i IVrlon Brio orltronriaa oaVin yt. nf lirtw
Do. you know that only 2 per cent ' . . . XT ., ,.
. . .. . .when she retreats. North Carolina
of the homes in Florida are mert- . . . .
. , . . , 1 has some charming features thut
gaged, whereas in many states more i-i.ij 11 , .,
V. , . . 1 Honda lacks and Florida possesses
than one-half of them are mortgig-' . , .
The sum of $170,000,000 was trans
ferred from the old Federal Reserve
bank In St Loots to the new without
a cent being lost or stolen. Bat that
was because the money was well
guarded and stout 10,000 predatory,
dtlxeaj ef 8t Louis vera not twan
at Jrhst wsajotofom.
Miss Gladys Barefoot of Hallsboro,
N. C. arrived this week to spend the
winter months with her sister, Mrs.
J. P. Dicus, on Boundary street
Jersey City. N. J Mr. George al.
Downs writes: "When I was a
trapeze performer traveling with the
circus I contracted
trouble and nervous
doctor advised, oper
but I was afraid of
operations and put
it off. A friend sug
gested I try Turfs
Pills, 'he baring
used them for years.
After the first dose
I began to feel better and would not
be without them. I feel as young
and fall of vigor as I did when I
Joined the circus." At all druggists.
Do you know that Florida is seven
times the size of Massachusetts?
;i few lem-
I plenty o!
II ort'. of delicious
u In' m.'de.
R?sp'i rry f '"-')
Tvo cups water, '4 cup sugar,
cup lemon juice, 2 cups orange
juice. 1 cup i annrd wh dc rasp
berries, 1 cup raspberry juice.
Boil sugar and water together 3
minutes and chill Add fruit juices
and berries and pour over ice in
pitcher. This makes 6 glasses.
Three cup.i evaporated milk, 1
cup water, 4 ounces unsweetened
chocolate, 3 tablespoons 'hot water,
1 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla,
whipped cream flavored with van
illa. Scald the diluted milk in a
double boiler. Mix the chocolate,
sugar and hot water over the fire.
Add to hot milk and beat well.
Add vanilla and chill. Serve top
ped with whipped cream.
Mix two cups syrup from can
ned pineapple, 1 cup ice water, 2
tablespoons lemon juice, 1-3 cup
syrup. Pour into glasses contain
ing cracked ice. Top with a spoon
ful of whipped cream and sprinkle
" I li- .iii-i pluci'i pie a.id
war :n the io hi.x and v
t" serve ad-! sugar fc t.is'e
ipiart of ice water. The juice
1 ti !'! berries can be suhsii-
place .if '.;'.i'h and pine-
Pine"."-G" ;e. Kiic-; Prr-ch
'Iv,o cips I'inrapplv juice, !4 cu;
lemon juice, cup sugar, 2 cupi
grape ii-ict. 2 cups ice water, 3
large slices orange. 6 maraschino
cherries. Mix pineapple and lem
on juice and suj.-ar and stir until
sugar dissolves. Add grape juice
and ice water and pour into glasses
each containing a half slice of
orange, a cherry and a small piece
One cup of juice drained from a
can of grapefruit, 54 cup lemon
juice, 2 cups orange juice, 2 cups
ice water. -'A cups powdered
sugar. Mix the fruit juices and
sugar and stir until sugar dissolves
Add iced water and serve.
Do you know that the income of .
the inhabitants of Florida from agii-' Mrs. V. R. Jackson, Mrs. C. A. Mil-
ulture, horticulture, livestock, fishing ler, Mrs. L. A. Miller and Miss Mae
and mining industries is over 5UC,-' Miller motored to Ashevillo Mondav.
A Clearance Sale
Jewelry, Diamonds. AAatches
Everything in our Store At great
Jeweler and Optometrist
Three ci'ps rhubarb, 3 cups
water, -Y- cups sugar, 1 cup jiitco
from canned pineapple, 3 table
spoons lemon juice. 2 cups ice
water. Cook rhubarb which has
been cut iu small pieces wi-.hry.it
peeling. Rub through a fine ctriin-
Oriental Punch cr- 'w nnd "r "n"' di-
I solves. Chill. Add fruit jni.-e ar.d
To the juice of six oranges add - ice water and pour into gius&e.
If you want a
nice leg, loin, rib,
breast, shank or
shoulder of mut
ton this is the
place to get it.
In fact, we carry only meat of the choic
est quality. Our business has been
built on square dealing and fair prices.
We want your patronage and if we get
j it will do our best to keep it
J. B. DAVIS, Prop.
Phone 149 Church St.
MATTRESS f ACT0RY
We make new Mattresses out of
old and new Mattresses to order.
Reasonable Rates-Work Guaranteed
Leave orders at McDowell Building
Old Square Deal Furniture Stand.
Phone 154. We will eall at any
FACTORY NOW RUNNING
AT HAZEIWOOD, N C
Now is the time to have that
H. F. MULLIS
Phone 154 Wayncsville, N. C.