The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 206, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 27, 1923 Page: 4 of 14
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Mammy ' Inducts Belia
Redpe for Your Waffles
; Served With Sound
: Advice ' :
By BETTY BENTON PATTERSOM.
- -Waffles too say BeHaT T ie
plum ferjot ho to make 'ml Well
gal thejs a heap a way of aakin'
waffle an' moat of ritst good.
Lsees yon ia got some mighty Bice
tkio' uok chops to cook an then
apple looka fine and red too. If
yo want's to give yo' whho folks
somethin' aho' nuff uidiffont sposen
jou makes aom yam waffles."
Belia giggled: "Uf Mam nor Lou
yo aho' baa to bare yo' funnin . Who
on top side of thia hero earth ever
aero teU of yam wafflesr
-Ja' a minnit jes" a ationit Belia.
Ton puts me in mind of lota of other
inlke I known. They caint no-war
take in that they'a a heap of aho' nuff
erer; day thing they don't know uer
never heerd tell of. Jea' canoe yo)
aint seen yam waffle aint no reason
to floe' up an' aay I ia fannin. If
yo ever projected rona bout Sew
Orleaae much you'd tasted 'em.
- Plana the Moan.
"Fry to' pok chopa nice aa brow
but don t let 'em be no waya hard.
Now when you ia finished 'em up add
little more pok or becon grease
an' fry yo' apple what yon ia cut in
rings learm' the red peeUn' on. Lay
these here apple fer a border on yo
po'k chop dish an' aprinkl eat wid
"Ton aint goin to need nothbV more
fer yon' sapper lessen yo' folk is ie"
boun' to hare a little green salad.
Jea some lettire wid that Frecnified
dreimin' ower it'll be enuff. Law I
aimed tj tell you if you wanted po'k-
' chop gravy you'd hare to pour off
some of the grease an' ssve it to
make the- grary causa that there
' grease left from fryin' the apples
aia't fohJto make good grary.
Yam Wifflse at Last.
At last I is com to tell lea
how I makes then yam waffle what
yes doubt IS. I measures 2 cnpa of
mashed up yam what baa beea bofled
or baked aa' pushed thu one of them
- rirera or sieves. Then I baa 2 ogffs
. beat no light ytDera to they serves
and whites to tneyselvee Is oest. I
. the yam.
melted butter. Don t raise up yo'
brow yoa ain't got to ase butter to
season up no vegetables. Next I pats
in 2 cups sweet milk mtiin. it all to-
gether good. Next I sift together 4
level teaspoons of baking powder and
i (ablesnooau flour aa' add it to the
rest If this don't hind the yams
so' the rest together a a alee batter
1 adds a little more floor. If yo'
fin -waffle don't look so- good the
' secant one is likely to be allrigbt.
Cose. Jlia .1 aint 'speetin yea to
mete tfceoe here waffles At good the
first trae as I does after goin' onto
20 years of fookin. j
CaW Ya' Has la. X
They'a a heap In knowin how- to
cook genully. aa1 then they'a a heap
ia rettia' yo hand in on a sorter
- speehnl dish. Tun waffles takes
both of these thing. But yet an' still
they aint so hard to make.
"I want to go kinder back to the
first aw' say agin if you wtoo folks
eggs refers and whites tn
an thea most a cap of
TIm. MH. m(
ON COOL DAYS
Beal comfort tn cool weather can
be had with the
A handy sensible article that
can be attached to any light
socket; can be stored from room
to room. We win be glad to
thow yon these heater and
demonstrate their practical Qual-
ities. Only t
. A. T.' Vide Electric Co.
. - - CapKol and Fannin
Phone Preston 141
Because if made right cooked
rioht under the right conditions
so as to give you an appetising
loaf of bread of
Youll say to too once you
have eaten it
Try Our Dainty Delicious
CAKES AND ROLLS
Stall 83 City Market
tklnk wm. I. Hft m.vt. Atk't sever
rtnla whoa tbev mentions somethln'
fou aint heerd of. It the folks wkst
U3SEN8 what learnt not them watt
ciggUi silly-like thiakin' they knows
Celebrations at Cuero
Most Successful Event
' Houstoa Post Special.
fTEKfi. Tt. Ort. With
the lorktowa Diamond Jubilee and
Fair running to a succesnful dose
under most favorable weather condi
tions the second October celebration
for D Witt county will he opea for
business ia Caere Monday and the
final preparation rush stages are now
The Cuero Golden Jubilee and Fair
only requires a continuation of th
past week's weather to rank a one
of the most successful events in all
South Tessa and people from far and
near are especially interested in "Old
Settlera' Day." October 30. Twenty-
five to thirty thousand people are
expected to be in Cuero on that day.
Committee expect to be busy most
of the day Sunday putting the finish-
ing touchee to ground and exhibit
space and receiving entries of run live
stock and cattle.
New Cotton Zones in .
Mexico Are Found
MONTE RET. Mexico. Oct 28.
Statistical reports which have beea
received by the textH industrial con-
cent of thia city regarding condition
of cotton growing in Mexico (how
that the cotton plantation bonnes
will receive a tremendous' impetus for
some years to come .as many new
producing sonea have been discovered
by agricultural department experts
thus enabling farmer to. plant larger
area of cotton.
It is estimated that the crop til
year will surpass 46.000.000 kilo in
comparison with S8.0O0.OOO kilos
which were harvested last year. '
k a purs delicious and kenltKful
food. A an addition to scKool or
business lunches or for Lctwaan
meal snacks it is
vmtly superior to
tnort of tKo sweets
tootur or taoKXtsarasannn
TUP Rr?TM?: Pl?IMP!R
; OF SIMPLE COOKERY
Dietitian have expressed them-
selves forcibly against the wrong kind
of fried foods. Naturally it is not
wise to boa bake or try exclusively.
Seasons the character of food to he
cooked and many other thinga must
he considered in choosing one's method
. Deep-fat frying ha become recog-
nised a desirable if done correctly.
The euantity of fat left may be
strained and used again thua doing
away with the economical argument
for the lightly greased skillet.
A round bottomed iron kettle i the
ideal atensil for deep-fat frying bat
other utensil of varying sixes and
various material may be successfully
The wire frying basket simplify
frying croquettes and meat and fish
balls or even rice or grits made into
balls oysters and French fried po-
tatoes. Most of as champion some particu-
lar variety of fat. Lard compounds
oils it is aD one after the fat attain
the correct temperature. Some fats
when melted boil this means that the
water is being eliminated. When this
is done the fst begins to smoke. Don't
look for a smoke screen for modern
fata do not choke the cook. If you
have allowed the fat to become over-
heated drop in a small chunk of bread
or potato to prevent the fat from
In most instances when fat begins
to smoke It ia ready for the frying.
To test drop a bit of bread la fat if
it browns in S3 second the fat is
right. If basket fa used place food te
be fried la basket do not crowd a
grease will be coofed and grease-
soaked food will be the resulv -
When done remove carefully to sev-
eral thicknesses of absorbent paper
either the soft brows or paper towel-
ing. - -
In frying potatoes slice er cut and
throw into cold water te crisp. Dry
thoroughly before frying. Or if yea
desire peel and slice and throw into
boiling water to parboil about two or
three minutes the latter time i for
tweet potato. Remove from water
dry on paper toweling and fry using
basket or in the deep fat using wire
skimmer to lift ' from fst. ' Do not
crowd and remove from fat Just
before attaining the right ahad of
brown aa they seem te darken after
removing from fat - :
' Egg plant squaeh and both kinds
ef potatoes may be tried in the same
manner. Fritter and doughnuts must
be deep fried for uccess. - .
" LUFKIN GIRL DIES.
LUTKLN Txa. ;Oct 26. Ml
Bertha Brookshlre age IS died at
the Angelina county hospital Wedne.
day. Sbe was the daughter of Mrs.
Magfi Brookshire. .
in Sunset cane buy
along with mU cass
sums On) of our
war of axtvortisloja
i esa Ti
t on Caen
Youll say if 8 glorious coffee. I
' Comes from tne spout deep- V
in-color; full strength: dear
and sparkling; yet it s mild
and smooth in taste.
fopare for a Treit
If yotfve never used Sunset
there's a new joy in store for
you. If you already use it
you know coffee at its very
best Your grocer has it or
can get it for you
i rv f f i
. f MM II I V I afsl
Harliniren Property Goes
Up $500000 in Year
Associated Press Report.
IIARLIN'OEN. tens Oct 28. Io
k statement from 0co Uorrti ss-
soc and collector for th city of liar
ingn a total taxaM valuation or
kl.80o.0U0 waa ahowa. This is aa ra-
ereese of. $-00000 over last year's
valuation ' There ha beea many neD
homes and business housea added to
the city abd theae have tended tin
raise th valuation. In the last two
month there has been several auto
mobile concern opened here and th
Van Nor eating house which haa aa
estimated valuation of $50000.
In a comparison with the school
valuation and th city alutioni.
th following . figure are ftrn!
School valuation f4ftO00OO and city
valuation of IlJifiA.OOO. Th dtl'I
Lrat la 1.0U on U $lU0 valuation. -
Fort Worth Man. a
' Indicted b Slaying
FORT WOHTH Twas Oct 20.-
R J. Wright who admits h shot T.
H. Bates en May 1. because Bates
cursed him by "electricity." was In-
dicted by the county grand jury Fri-
day en charge of murder. Wright
tint charged with assault to mur-
der in connection with th eheotlng
but th charge was changed to mur-
der siac Bates died several weeks
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m ' .
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Orort-nr I "uk. . CLJ -tu Una t-- i
kJj4' f . ' 1 1 " r H f sst
Texas folks fcertaioly listened
when I explained how neeessarjr it '
was to SAY IT ALL "KeUoggU
Corn nakes" to actually get
" Kellogg's Corn flakes! ; vi. .
To-day Kellogg' Corn Flakes
are in more Texas homes than
erer before a delight a treat for
everjrone in the family!
Kellogg'a Com Flakes lead all
ready-to-eat cereals in ' national
sales becatue they are so extra '
delicious in flaror so exbra-criep
so extra-substantial! '-; They're
wonderful particularly right
' nowend youll say it!
i iiUmv BMAW.eoked
sad k rambled and"
Whole. wheat BtHjUat-
I w trww
Lm tor she
BUBO aad OaUUUf
Now paeked tn en
99 v thssa oves- fi .sbt
Distributed by- INTERNATIONAL COFFEEXO Houston Texas
Extra Special Today!
Pork Steak pound . . . 18c
Pork Ham whole or half poun4- .18c
Pork Shoulder pound.. ....... 13c
Spare Riba pound . ....... . . . .15c
Pig Tails iwund .. . ... . . A. :15c
Hog Uver pound ....... i. ..10c'
Pig Snouts pound..;.. 12c
Hog Kidneys pound .. . . . ... ..10c
Pig Ears pound. ; . . . . .-. . . ': .... 12c
Pig Feet pound.......... .....12c
MUTTON AND LAMB ?
Leg pound ...... . . . . . .... 25c
Shoulder pound ... . . . 15c.
Stew pound ...... ...........10c
Beef Rib Roast.;.....
Beef Chuck Roast. ....
Beef Shoulder Roast.
' -i r ...
Veal Shoulder Roast. .
Veal Chuck Roast ..J.
Veal Rib Roast..;.'...
Veal Briskeu.. .......
Porter House Steak.
JBeef Round Steak '
Beef LoinSteak. .' . .
No. 7 Steaks ......
- gin a ii f Pf swnrinsrisMsasiiiiiiji.il I swi asuil
'i n- i.'it -cni
Good' Butter and that
is 'Morning Glory gutter
x is a big fador in health.
It has food value found
in but few foods J '
Made of only rich pas- ;
teurized cream Morning
Gloryfluttercomts to jroiji :
always fresh sweei clean;
and . uniform in texture :
color and flavor. ;:. ;
DOdo' I food. FanA I
?; forthtdUeaUandf i..-
rof child for Pl ' J-
th nagt or
WEATHER OBSERVER DIES.
MEMPHIS. Tana.. Off 2ft Jam.
Hs'roert Bcett. netsorolortst. In
charge of the Uemphti weather bu
reau aied at ui some hr 'inursday
night after aa Illness ef ls than
week. : .
SAYMAN'S Vegetable Wonder Soap3 bars. .W:
SKINNER'S Macaroni and Spaghetti 4 pk?..?::
HEINZ VINEGAR (ail kinds) per pint. ; . ; Mi
DEL MONTE Fruit Salad No. 22 (limit three
cans to customer ).V.;. ... S-
POMPEIANp ure Olive Oil Yi pints. .. . '.:Zz
. HEINZ Baked Beans (large) 2 can. ... . . . X;
Swift Brookfield Sausage OA
today only pound .......... 3UC
Wits each. Swift Prmlam . Ham puN
chased at regular price 1 ponad Hi '
' BrookfleJd 8aUaaae I1U&BS..
Completely Dressed Hens per pound. .. . . . 1 .33c
Gmpletely Dressed Fryers per pound. . . .-. . .0i
POTATOES Idaho 2c per lb.; 10 lb for . ... lc
GRAPE FRUIT large size 3 for. .25c
1 APPLES JONATHAN per dozen. . ... .15c
Joiner Connunity Stores Inc.
529-3S West Alabama v" 3 - - 52945 West AUbama
- v t.v..- ' Free Delivery ' . . ; ; 4 ;.
Good to the last drop
On Stat occasions festive or otherwise
r the attention U often divided between the
guest of honor and Maxwell House Coffee.
" "" : The rrree'-of this netionallv known
- coffee justifies the fame which it ha won. .
; Only the finest coffees of the world are
allowed to coma into any of the five big
plants for Maxwell House Coffee where the
routing and blending is according to the
process which haa been developed by two
' generations of two f amiliee. . : .
' Ak your dealer for Maxwell House Cbffoe
in the seeled tins. .
' ' A 4
t Dram wont.
1-C3 Cly Market
Phone Preston 1743
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