The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1931 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1931 JMiYTHBVILLE. (ARM COUK1EU NEvVS CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word toe first Insertion and one cent a word lor each subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taken' for less than 50c. Count the words and semi the cash. Phone 306 GET STEADY GOVERNMENT JOB—$105-$225. month (m c n • women). Particulars Free. Write, Instruction' Bureau HIT, St. Louis, Mo., Quickly. ' ' 23P-K30 j RELIABLE MAN WANTED — To i call on farmers in Mississippi', county. Wonderful opportunity. [ Make 58 to $20.daily. No experience . or capital needed. Write today.! PURST & THOMAS, Dept. I, Free-; aort, Illinois. Where Red Cross Is Aiding Drouth Victims FOR SALE FOR SALE—Saw mill. Steniberg Cotton CO. ' . 21C-K23 FOR SALE—Baby Chicks, All varieties. Custom hatching solicited Marilyn Hatchery, Bly&evllle. 20-CK-TF FOR SALE — Dalian adding machine, price reasonable. Mrs. Sisk, 124 Dougan, Phone 072. 26C-K29 :/n RENT FOB RENT—Four room apartment, 810 West Ash. Call 510. 5C-TF FOB RENT — Mcdern bungalow, garage, on paved street. Call L. Fowler, 8E8 or 450J. 20C-TF FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. Strain heat. Call 036 cr 1015. 22P-K27 New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 20 IUI>>— . Motion closed steady. open high low close i Jan 1022 1022 1013 1013 Mar 1035 1035 1020 1032 May 1058 1058 1052 1C53 July 1081 1081 1074 1019 I Oct 1101 1102 1094 10D9b • Dtc 111G 1117 1115 Spots closed steady at 1007, up 12.. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Jan. 20 tUP) — Cotton closed steady open high low Mar H32 ;034 1023 May 1057 '1058 1051 July 1078 1031 1074 Oct 1100 1103 1097 Dec 1118 1121 1116 Spots closed quiet, at 1040, oil 5. FOR RENT—Steam 'heated front bedroom, 603 West Main. Phone 642. nc-tf FOR RENT—Furnshed apartment, newly decorated. 719 Cliickarawbn. Phone- 295. 19c-k29 FOR BENT—Nice furnished apartment—115 w. Davis. Rental $35 month, and other property. Thomas Land Company. 24C-K31 FOB RENT—One of Shane Apartments on Main Street (down- it airs or upstairs). Hardwood floors and best of fixtures and heating plant. Telephones 197 and 571. 24C-K31 WANTED POULTRY WANTED—Market prices, any quantity. Marilyn Hatchery, 220 S. Fourth St. flC-TF WANTED — Family Washings, Washed and ironed by competent white woman. 704 S.. Lake St. Mrs. Brown, 17CK-Tr POULTRY WANTED— Market prices paid at C. L. Bennett Co. Feed Store, 210 N. Railroad St west of courthouse. Not buying at Fisher's place on First St. anjmore. J. E. FISHER. IGc-kl SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN WANT TO BUY LAND—w? have buyers for tracts from 10 acres to 500 acres or more and parties have money to buy. If you have land for sale, see us at once. .Thomas I,and Company. ' •' 24C-K31 WILL' TRADE for 'your equity In improved farm. E. G. Hankins, 123 Missouri Ave., Blytheville. 23P-K30 WANTED—Dress-making, Plain or fancy sewing. Mrs. Sisk, 124 Dougan, Phone 672. 2CC-K2 QUICK SERVICED Gulf Service Station "That Good Gulf Gasoline" I'honc No. 4 FOR TRADE New or Used Automobiles City Properly. L. FOWLEU I'honc 888 for Red Hall Harber Shop 318 W. Main Williams Si Damon, Prop. Felix Kyle, Fred Boyett, Guy Rogers, Virgil Williams, Earl Damon. Quick-Lij fteflaiced Casli Paid For Late Model Used Cars W. T. BAIINETT 117-119 East Main St! Phone 888 or 887 Local and long distance limling. Special rates on carload luts. Team for local hauling 1 . V. H. WASHAM TRANSFER 1400 Chicliasaivb.i Phone S51 We can Save you money on Au(o Glass JACKSON' AUTO I'ARTS 2020 Main Phone 06 BY SISTER MARY I NBA Servirn Writer | Since there are several types ofj feed -which are never so good I as when they arc cooked in desp fat, perhaps a few suggestions regarding this method of cookery] will be helpful to home-makers. The digestibility of fried foods has loong been a much discussed question. There is no doubt but that Jats of all kinds require a longer time for digestion than some other food-stuff, but properly fried foods cooked In deep fat at the correct temperature do no', absorb a large amount of fat and can be included in the diet of the healthy person without fear ol di- gfstive disorders. The temperature of the fat In deep fat frying is of inmost Importance. It is this that determines to a great degree the digestibility of the food.. A correctly fried croquette or fritter or any other fried food does not "soak fat" if the temperature is carefully watched, but even if some fat Is absorbed there is nothing particularly unwholesome about it, except its added richness, t provided the fat was not overheated. It Is the overheating of fat-that makes filed foods harmful. The principle of frying foods in deep fat demands that the fat must! be hot enough to sear the outsid; • of the lood and immersed in it' immediately, so that over this outside c< crust Is formed which prevents the fat from soaking throurti and penetrating the innermost por-j tions. ' Vegetable. Oils Preferred Any good clean fat or oil iSj suitable for deep fat fiying and.- if given proper care, crm be used; over and over again. Vegetable! oils can usually be heated to a | higher temperature without i scorching than animal-fats can.! For this reason some honsckeep- j ers prefer vegetable oils. How- • ever, drippings from roaslin:~j meats and other unsalted fats that j accumulate from meats can be clarinert anc\ used. To clarify,fat. add sliced raw- potatoes, wns'.iert but not pared, to, cold fat. Heat very slowly and j when the-bubbling in (he /at due' to the water in the potatoes ceases and the potato slices are floating, remove from fire and strain through double t'liicSmss of chcrceciclh. The fnl should be strained through double cheesecloth each time it is used. This removes any panicle of food or flour that have settled to the bottom of (he frying kettle during ccokins. Careful straining each time and an occasional clarifying keep the fat sweet and clear. The UEC of a fat thermometer i makes It possible to mr.lntnin an even and accurate temperature; during the entire- cao'.;ing process, j This insures against fal soafcee!' foods am! over-heated fat. Fritters, doughnuts and un- cocked mixtures generally are put into fat at a tempEr.iture of 310 degrees Fahrenheit. A temperature of 350 degress should b= maintained. Croqutttes and cooked mixtures j such as fish cakes, as well as| ..mail fish p.''.rt oysters, are cooked' in fat heated to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. lia'ly .-.Irmi BREAKFAST — SHcfd teiT.ia-, with cereal rr.id cream, crisp br.iil-' ed br.con. potatoes hashed in milk, j graham muffin*, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON" — Creamed scallop".; in ramekins, carrot-cabbage anelj pepper salad, toasted muffins, stew-' j cd dried apricots, vanilla wafers, milk. tea. DINNER—Veal roast, stuffed onions, baked spinach, creamed salsi- j fy. chocolate bread pudding, milk. I coffee. OUR BOARDING HOUSE S\!£LL 7 |M "THAT Tp ew A PICTURE <SF — rp «we ca-C UP WrllCrl LIKE I'M <3oi*ie To EM -To MV HAVE A LQOK VQUR PAMJM -TrllS A <5UV -to A ^ ?1C« Otrr WITH BUM AM 1 CALEMPAR , This map. reproduced fro:n cue prepared by ths Hed Cross, shows the '\ictu ot the "Hunger ! risulttiig in rural csmmunltlos ficin the drouth of last cummer. Every do: on the map ! a Red Cro55 chapler that Is giving food rnd similar relief In Us territory, Arkansas ami Kentudc >jing the principal sufferers. 1 Such n'.ci Is now b3jng given !n 552 counties, .with more being aiicle ;hi!y. O» J/in. 1 relief was bring extended by the Red Cra<-; io 22483-? [;:rscus; before (he nc ;i;p.r was t'nrcc weeks old, the number hail junipjd to 517,'il'l, and is slill rising. Already, the mini of persons fcclni; helped approaches the Mississippi flood fi;ure; of eoo.COfl und Reel Cross oflicinls' say the p?ak is ahead. mes ,Hai>£ Their Ptiijsieal Ailments - •_•' £ , f '*'. *.-,' £»•,' ., > •' . •' V" '•- , y '',.**% ' . . '•"• , If "•'^•Jtfst $s-Humqftsi)b'anid^-^ : :v . \ -'••''•-.- ' • " .-. T • ' ' . • - • : - •"'• . Serious Ones Too Th'ey have their skeletons of studding and rafters; windows that are their eyes; siding- and paint that serve as protective skin,and their inner structure that might be likened to the body's interior by stretching the imagination a bit. ' "Keep Your Home in Good Repair" It is essential that the various structural elements of the house receive attention occasionally in order that the house itself \vill give com fort and satisfaction to those who live in it. In these matters it is wise to let your lumberman serve as consulting physician. He is experienced in such examinations and is ready to serve you at any, time. . ; E. D. Ferguson, " r l\he House Doctor" 'AM) HER BUDDIES SOMETHING HAS TO .BE DONE ~n By Martin HAY One bale or a train load. EAR CORN, shuck on, 680 bu. Shuck off, 66c per bu., In car lots. Collon Slitcs Sales Co., Inc. Blythevillc-, A\1t. Phor.e 174 or LD 1806. ANIMALS FT.KE FLAMES WAUKEGAN. III. (UP)—A honir of rabbits and Hiuirrels ll:cl Ic safety In the oiwn as Mnnics fra:n a grass fire swept an «ra of t«-r miles, north cf her? recently. Game \v:irdcrts ipniain:[l at ;]'.c' scene to protect the animals from | injury by ihr crowds which gatli-! croci (o wntch the blase. , WOOVO WOT -CO POT Ol<) N VROMT Q}d feHOT • • OW TlWTSY DOM6 TMAT I VJHAT I'LL BE DO1M<3 — SHADVSIDS EVERY DAY OR. So, BUT HAS ws To D00P "R> see He FE1EWO, FRECKLES ^ rllV,"* -' OF OF I'.OIST IV if'.TO p. VJMTiNtt CftfiT. ,:lv\E PRESIDENT IS INSISTENT I)VON ^Pe^O'MSrRMlON, BUT THE AMtRlCANS ARE. 0£T£P- M lNE.D NOT To CilME THE.CRAf Ti', OLD ^M *• WANCE TO STEAL THEIR PfttClOUS IN-VJ6.NTION J

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