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D A LLA S, OREGON, FRZflk 2 , D EC EM B ER 21 , 1000 .
VO L. X X V II.
L. N. WOODS, M. D.
H O U S E H O LD H IN T S .
Physician and Surgeon.
D h II hh , Oregon.
T- V- B EIKIBHEET M O
DALLAS, - O REG O N
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E A K 1 N ,
A tto m o y H -n
Wd liavd the on'jr net of »btttru t linoki* in P«>lk
utility. Ittfiiublu aiistractu furm ahnj, an«t money to
Mli. Nu cuinm Mi >li charged mi loans. Kuonis t
•Id 3 VViUmi’i bluufc. btillap
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J . L. C O L L IN S ,
Mtorney and Counselor at Law,
Tor I nfanta nr. 1 Children,
Oilice over Wilnoia'a ilrug «tore.
S I B L E Y
y »eg£E n
Prom otes Digesliou.Cheerrul-
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i i w e v s E c « H i!
B ow to C l o u C'ntlory and Mrod
C h i««—T o Caro Squeaky Doors,
A 10 cent tulie o f white lead will
mend any quantity of brokeu china.
But a small quantity of white lead on
the broken edges, bind firmly with a
string, and aet away for a few weeks
I f not thoroughly dry. the
pieces wilt not stay cemented when
p K lu w ater. Any amount of washing
junuot dislodge tjie pieces when ouce
thoroughly dried before using. Care
< must bo takeu to le t nothing greasy
touch the broken edges before applying
F o r cleaning cutlery use ashes made
from pure plue wood sifted through
t fine sieve; rub gently with soft
woolen cloth und use castlle soap; rinse
lu warm w ater and dry with soft linen
cloth. F or fine cutlery th at Is not used
often I h a re fouud this preparation to
be good: T ak e a piece o f leaf fa t from
the pork; render and strain through a
flannel cloth; use no salt, as It will
rust; will keep best lu a glass Jar. Tut
a small portion o f this on a flanuel
d oth about six Inches square; rub the
blades and wrap carefully In tlssuo or
waxed pai>er separately.
In baking enke or muffins lu gem
pans, It should be remembered th a t If
there Is uot quite enough hatter to fill
all tile set a little w ater should be put
In each one of the empty ones before
they are put Into the oven.
Covers for ashestus mats may be
made of white or cream colored sateen.
An outline design In wash silk can
ornament them. The mats are easily
slipped out when the covers are to be
laundered. Another and perhaps more
tasteful way to conceal the necessary
ashestus m ats is to Blip them under the
' service dollies. A set of these mats Is
best provided from the sheets of asbes-
From these may be cut round
! ones for the covers und oblosigs to go
[ under platters and vegetable dishes.
No housekeeping genius has yet de
vised an ornam ental sot of mats.
| A drop of kerosene or sweet cffl, a lit
tle candle tallow, or u slight applica
tion of soap, will stop the squeak of
door hinges or chairs,
j Although It Is well to have a supply
j of sweet herbs kept separately, a bot-
| tie ready mixed should alw ays be pre
pared. as they save much trouble and
can alw ays be used when called for by
the general term of sweet herbs. These
usually consist of equal parts of lemon,
thyme, m arjoram and savory, and two
parts parsley dried by heat. Sun dried
parsley Is tasteless.
Look at ycur tongue
Is it coated ?
Then you have a bad
taste in your mouth every
morning. Your appetite
is poor, and food dis-
k, tresses you. Y o u h av e
[^TPetjuffir neatrscties and
are often dizzy. Your
stomach is weak and
your bowels are always
There’s an old and re
liable cu re:
FOHKUAN OK THK K IKK COMPACT
more than ordinary ¡«lierest th at 1
call the meetlri to order S'and out,
Sollellor in Chaucerjr.
Horatio, and let's bear all about It."
N o t N a h c o t ic .
lias boen in practice of Ilia profession in th ia place
Horatio »too l out. lie looked pale,
ji about th irty years, am i will a tten d to all husirm a
He’d bln thlnkln fur
ii trusted t<> his care, Ulttce, corner M ain and Court
ts 'HI las, t o •< Oo, Ur
a week of wliat be wax ko ! u to aay,
/«vr tffM J U rSA K C ELPtraaU t
and he started off ns attteoth as crease.
/ìim p k x a S e e t l'
J . H. T ownkknd
.J N. H ari
“T he drums are bcatw a wild alarm.
AW#//* S Jt r -
There Is a wuvio of Says, a uiarchin
A u » JW
TOW N8EM D A II AIM*.
of men and a w aillo] of women and
children. Wa: Is Uftoii the land. The
A TTO RN E.YS-A T-LA W .
r ifd - d
life of a nation Is at «take. It Is an
Wùttny*f >. , rheror.
hour when m> u are eeth .1 upon to give
Otlice ipMluiiH in Odd Fellow«* uev»
up their lives fur .lie rake of prin
Aperfecl Herneily forConst:pa-
O REGO N
D A .L I .A J 3 ,
(io n . Sour Stomach.Uiarrlvocn
Don’t take a cathartic
"B y John, but »bn 9 flowery lan
Worms .Convulsions » w r i atv-
dose and then stop. Bet
guage!” eiolalm ed ;ihe deacon as
n css ami L o s s o f S l k k p .
ter take a laxative dose
Horatio paused. "If Horatio kin keep
O SCA R. H A Y T E R .
It up fur an hour: l m fur ’lectin him
each night, just enough to
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to the next Uglslat
A tto rn e y -a t-L a w .
cause one good free move
"T he farm er leaves bis plow,” con
ment the day following.
N EW YO RK.
Office u p stair» in C am pbell’ »
You feel better the
and the nnchan. his bench. They
very next day. Your
march away to in u the enemy and
appetite returns, your
D A LL.V S
fight him and die
»’« s; they yield up
dyspepsia is cured, your
their lives that 'ra'f tDsy live on I d
headaches pass away,
pence, and If r e 'fr rlt the sacrifice
N. ]r. OUriaCK.
we ought to w t .i t f away like a bur
your tongue clears up,
dock In Novet.iher.i
your liver acts well, and
THE CCNTaun COMMNV, NEW YORK CITT.
id the deacoD a s the
your bowels no longer
up to the
D A LLA S. ORKDON.
give you trouble.
■r-*lo Sourrow has
Price, 25 cents. All drugjfists.
W ill urne lice in »11 cousi».
O i 'u Henry Clay as
knocked the aoc
I an orator and
k"t proud to know
“ I have taken A y er’s 1*111« fo r 35
th at he Is a cb eu (it .leri ao. Any-
y ears, and I co n sid er them th e lw st
m ade. One p ill does me m ore good
thing mori., flo 4 "
M A R T I N ,
th an h a lf a b o x o f any o th e r k in d I
“I Je st w ant i 1 * ' your attention to
have ever tr ie d .”
M rs. N. E . T a l b o t ,
the fa ct That J let • has uever had a
- D E A I .F .K I J i -
1J A I N T U Ì ,
M arch 30, 1899. A rrin g to n , K an *.
c e u i ratio
u d *’- ar .ile," replied the or-
Huu*>u" 'i i i
m u lti ,
L atoe. * Hfc hev i , p an, ! and never
decorntec , * »1
It's a burntn
,(.|k»l»''iiiinj;. . “ I
shame and oug;. to b,
medled a t t s t
“B y Jcb n , but ,at s a s* ong p’lnt!”
shouted the deacon, "n a n g me if Ho asked the uea^««.
ratio aiu’t knock u thin,
endw ays! [ “Of course I kin. Why notT”
No, sir; we've neve P id .«-parade nor I " I t appears to me,” said Silas Lap-
decorati d any gi es. u‘nd we ought ham as he stood out and rubbed bis
JeA tvc« ( iH e p c n d c n c e f o r M o n m o u th a n d A ir lie -
to be ashamed o f ourselves. Is It your kaiids together, “that we are uot work-
n o tm
3 :8 0 1» III
L e a v e - In rle iien d m -e fo r
M o n m o u th an d D allas
suggestion th at we celebrate the day in In complete harmony In this matter.
1 1 :1 0 a in
7; 15 p m
this year. IT ora tin V”
| It will he the event of the century. It
L ea v a M o n m o u th fo r A lr 'ie
"T h a t’s my p int. deacon.”
will he known from Malue to Califor
7 : >0 a m
3 50 p in
L e a v e s M o n m o u th fo r D ali is—
"And It's as strr, ig as n log chain. nia that Jerich o has had a Decoration
11:20 a m
7:3.J p in
Yes, sir; we'll eel, brate the day. and day. and there will be thousands of
Leavos Airlie for Monmoufc i and ludepe idenco—
In order to make It a bowlln success luqulrles fur real estate. Let us sacrl-
9:00 .« in
5 p in
Leaves IHIlas for M *n>n ur. it an I ii > i j e o lm je —
I ’ll agree to tak. charge of the parade.” lice any selfish Interests as Individuals
1.00 p u t
8.30 p in.
"B u t I ob.'set to that." snld Horatio. tud work to make the affair a gtneral
“Hevln originated th Idea I think It’s success."
R. C. GRAVEN
1«. K. wii.i.iAMM
fur me to ride on horeei.nck at the
“T hut’s powerful good advice.” said
C H «lit«r.
head of the puroesHlon."
the dencou as be rapped on the stove
There w is a puiuful pause, and then with bis caue—“powerful good. I al
Abuer Jon es, who was In fireman's uni lus stand ready to sacrifice, and 1 hope
OK D A LLA S, O REG ON ,
form. Jumped oil the counter and said: the rest of you d a Any further p’lnt,
"T h ere shouldn't lie n<* Jealousy Silas?”
l*i h iimitii h •> ge ne ih I bunking ntini-
nbout this thing. Horatio would look
“ You tuny call It a p’lnt or not,” enld
ticH« in all its l»ntru;lie.i ; buys ami wells
-fine on his spotted horse, and Silas, "bu t briu there «perni to be a
e.\clistntfe on prim ipal Doiutr* in i lie |
controversy here I th'uk It better be
bn iied S ta te« ; make** eollectioii» on all
cooked hat. but It there's to he any settled by select lu me to boas thlnga.
p rin ts in fbe Pacific N orthw est: loans
I don't want it because I’m proud aud
oioney nini (liwcountw paper at tlie beat
hands. As I'm forrmun of the fire com want to show off. but purely lu the In
mtea ; allow interest on tim e deposits.
pany it conics In my line anyhow.”
terests o f harmony."
” 1 don't propose to give up my rlghta
“I'll never surrender tny rights!” aald
fur nobody," said Horatio.
"N or m e!" added Deacon Spooner.
i 1 v i s i t D R . J O R D A N ’ S g k ia t I
boss things.” added the deacon.
"N or m e!" yelled Abner Jonea and
“I dou't want to charge nnybody Squar Heushaw In ritorna.
I I K I I OF t U T O l T f
with hevln too much cheek.” said
II* 11 IK : t *?., in PI 1HIM*. C1L.
It was svldeut that the meetln was
T iic Lar«’*st Anat-mical Mu*srom lu the t
Squar Uenshaw , "tint It do look a on the p'lut of hreakln up In a row
Wot 1.1 V. e..kn«»-«» , j any c»ntm cie*M
leetle strange to me to tee the way cer- when Listi Billings come aaunterln In
disease p^niH we-lp r u i a l l y >h( old#
fcl>««a*li»l <»n ih * ¿ « a n
Kai «* years.
----- 1»KA I.K ii’ S IN A L L K I N D S • »K------
talu folks want to crowd to the front ns calm as could be. T h e deacon Been
M. JOROAN —QISIASES OF WEN
on public occasions.
If there Is a him aud called out:
■ ▼ ■ * a t * a .l R thoroughly e-adUsted . }
from i j f J i i * «itliirt»l Ik * u .« oi M r r M i r y '
purccsslon. It’s got to be beaded by a
"F e lle r patriots, before tb it meetln
T n i « * M C u e d ' y «» F i | m i i . S a d i *
man who knows bow to boss things breaks up lu a row that will send tbe
c a l «■■••• t« r M a y l a r a . A qntek and I
radical cura f*v t * !»*■•. W la a a r a and
and can't lie rattled
I Uissed the price of Jericho real estate down to SO
r u i a ' a . I.y U Jordan • asocial pain
I dor WctkaJ«.
parade the last time we bad a Fourth per cent and put our elvlllzashuu back
:«wawltatioa re# and ati H-ttv private Tr«*n*«w t par- , (
•ally or by lan ai A f» * i» * * (N«ra in «vary ca»a "
of Ju ly , and you may reuicmlier that CO years let's hear what Ltsb Billings
asflaraakan. W rit* f t R-ok r S l i . S S I I P S T •# ,
l & k N I A t l K . MAILED F M k t. (A »aluat
book I '
the uewapapers snld i manag' d It bet has to say about It.”
orwtrn ) C all or write
ter than any we ever hnd."
"W h a t's the question T ' asked Llah.
DA JORDAN a CO.. IDSI MartM M.. S. F.
“ Ml allow t’-st »lit- q -1 did fairly
“About Decoration day. Shall we
Koth rough ami dressed material on hand and orders of well." said Enos W lllt , a n= ' 0 shut decorate?"
np bra Jackkn ife and v>\ off the sugar
"D ecorato what?”
iany size promptly tilled.
barM, “bDt th e -- « . < era! other folk*
“ Why, tbe soldiers’ graves.”
In this town of Jericho For Instance.
“ I don't see bow you a re golu to do
I'm here myiw’f. When a n y tb lig baa It,” aald Ltsb as be scratched bis ear.
TR U C K M A N .
happened dur a the Inst 20 y. a-a. I've "S o fur as I know or hev bin able to
T Y t x ll a s : O r e p o n
bio pushed b e l!n .: the curran lushes, find out. nobody from Jerlcb o ever
MARTIN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
as It was, and uine ot-u U«u uaa car- went to war. It tbarfore follerà th at
no Jericho man was ever killed. I t fol
A fair aliare of patronuge lolicited
All . kinds of rough
1rm or eo,"la
*° ths lerà. ag’tn, that you might look the
front on tb\!,onor‘-
• n.I all o-dera prom ptly tilled.
graveyard over fur a month and not
"W hy. Enos, you don't purteod that find a soldiers grave to decorate.
you kin boss a purceaslon, do you?" 'P ea rs to me that you'd better git yer
grave f u s t ”
Tw o mlnlta later Listi was the only
Slab wood for cook stoves or harvest engines at 50 cents
man left In the pootofflee. It was a *
he hnd aald—thar was nothin to deco
rate, and all tbe blowln had bln fur
- A L L K IN !» « O F —
M. Q uad .
__ a»«««* tw v u cu iarereo ce.'
"In w hat way?” said L
How to R i a l , F ish .
p reflection t
"N erer you mind. pop. Tou Jeat git
T o saute fish, mix flour and Iadlan
Repairing Promptly Done. JERICHO WAS FOR HAVING A DECORA ready
d a in ty , no llghl
to feel the alrth tremble, and
meal In equal parts, season with salt
charm ing as th e
TION OAY PARADE.
tomorrow morula you kin put $200
tnd pepper, and foil tbe fish In It. For
m ellow glow th a t
more ralue on your bouae and -tot.”
two pounds of fish have a quarter o f a
co m es from
P a . P q r h la a . r o s t r a « .l« r . T e ll« H «w
Horatio la a man who n erer gits ex
pound o f salt pork cut In thin slices.
H o r « ,l« i H r r o w
. p r o « , t h « 14 , .
cited when be wakea up and Rods a
Fry flic pork until It Is crispy, remove
• a t h « T S w . « l i t H o w L la h l i l l l l a « «
It from the frying pan and cover the
# • » . I t I t * D e a th b lo w .
ha bad aunthln big on hand. Ha muet
bottom of the pan with the fish, and
her told a l.iu t 00 other people w bat
when It Is brown on one side turn K
(Copyrlsht. 1900. by C. B. Lawl«.]
TLJ>/T 1 C * I» t!FR F.t’ Y OfTF.N TMAT THF. CM
■arefully to the other. T he fish should
I mh filent hvr An il *•» .mot x* » ¡mi i-
It was about a week before last
ia«rntrii ol th e r*t*te of .V (¿»f «•>»!. Decoration day that Horatio Sparrow a t the postolBre at 7 o’clock la tty»
mok ns quickly as la possible without
ii*»" '»rtl. ao*i ÜArrlar, Ja n .
7 Ui. 19 C! at 1
tor*, j» m .. ®f « rd & m \. ai th e c-*intv court L.mae. come Into the post office look in aa If be
of 1‘sJV •*« nitty «Hrw'on 1.«» Iww«i Aie»» by lion . J had auntbln oo bla mind, and aa aeon oewe. Deacon Spooner took charge of
Wow lo T o ll O o«* B a tte r.
J*i'*ttw “f the count y court L»r «1*1 •iKinty,
aa b« got the chance ha whispered to thlnga. aa naoal. and aa tbe crowd got
a * th # t in .« a m ! p U r « f o r t^ e h> a r m « -f ’ h s u m «
Fresh butter should lie the sam e
Impatient be sold.
AH r~/m na intere«ted in «hi n.at»«r uv her«-!.- ».*• me:
color throughout; If It Is streaky, prob
t i f f * ! t o a p p e n r a t « i d lim e am i # h o * ••*««« if « n r
“It la understood, feller ritteena. that
"D o n 't aay niitbln to a U rla soni,
them b«, wh> a»ht a.-roont *h vuhl n >4 h* approved
ably two or three sorts have been
H oratio Sparrow la goto lo launch a
nn d t h e t m a m t e e itte d e n d rh »eed .
worked together. It should also a mad
Dull«, Oregon. Nor fT. Iffl).
bight and shake the town a t
T. C. OARWoOD, edmiolwtrnfili.
TowneauJ à Hart eltomeje for «atau.
neas and Itesi.Contili»» neiuier
Ouktm.Morphine nor Mineral.
F o r O ve r
T h ir t y Y e a rs
_ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _
J . PERRY CALDWELL
w m s «w ÄMißtitTMä m m m
^ S ,
O IR -E O -O IS r.
How to M a k e F i s h Sn are.
Lemon sauce for tlsli Is alw ays a nice
;-haugc and easily preps re t as follows:
But Into n saucepan -D.vo ounces of
putter and half the Juiee of a good
sized lemon, with pepper and salt to
taste. Bent all together till quite hot
tnd thick, hut do uot allow It to lioll.
Itemove from the, fire nnd i «(<1 the
benteu yolk of oue egg. Serve with
arefully boiled fish.
MOTOR TIME TA B LE .
HALLAS CITY HANK
Tliurston Lum ber Company
F. H. MUSCOTT,
IRON WORK TO ORDER-
UPPER SALT CREEK SAW MILL
2 0 0 ,0 0 0 Ffet in S*ocb-
A PATRIOTIC SCHEME.
M a k e C h ic k e n
A la b a m a .
Singe; draw aud cut up oue four
Arrange tbe pieces
neatly on n bnklng pan. Partly cover
with water and one o u d c c of butter
(.cut Into tiny pieces. Cook In the oven
: for one hour. Imstlug every 15 minutes;
I odd one tenspoouful of chopped oulou,
i tenspoouful of salt and a quarter of
I teaspoonfnl of pepper. Cook half nu
hour longer, busting as before. While
Ibis Is cooking make and fry six sweet
potato croquettes aud six hominy frit
ters. Dish the chicken, arranging the
trltters nnd croquettes as a garnish.
Add to the pan in which the chicken
was cooked one pint of milk In a por
tion of which has liecn moistened two
tablespoonfiils of flour. S tir until It
bolls, ndd n half teaspoonful of white
popiicr nnd strain over the chicken.
Kprlnkle with chopped parsley and
Lprve. _______________________ _________
W - e> S '* ■
C A R E O F T H E H A IR.
to P e e v e s t P r c r a a t a r * G e a r*
n e s a —H in ts o n S h a m p o o in g .
“I f you want to keep a fine head o f
hair, don’ t give It a soap aud w ater
shampoo ofteuer than tw ice a year,"
aald the coiffeur as she brushed out
fairly healthy looking brown tresses
aud talked Instructively to her patient
while she brushed. " I ’ ve been long
enough In this business to learn th at
every suit of hair has to he differently
treated. There are scalps that actually
need w ater and plenty of It, others
th at grow sore and Irritated If too vig
orously brushed, anil th is happens to
be a naturally fine growth o f locks
sadly Injured by too frequent bard
"W hen there Is a hereditary predis
position to early gray ness and lack of
natural oils In the hair, n conscientious
and regular application of w ater fos
ters this weakness. The tendency of
dry hair Is to grow coarse, and there
fore a constant use of artificial oils Is
necessary a fte r every washing. The
thing to do for stiff, hard hair th at Is
going gray Is constant brushing. In
the fall of the year, when the proper
shedding of old hair can tie expected,
and again 111 tlie early spring, when the
young growth conics on, a soft, light
balloon brush Is the only kind to use.
T h is Is the Invention of a famous
Freneh coiffeur. The brush Is made of
fine, flexible, selected bristles, so set
Into the woollen back that a full con
vex Instead of flat brushing surface Is
presented, nnd by this arrangem ent tbe
bristles run through the hntr without
! tearing or breaking the strands as they
i go, and yet t i ny carry away all the
loose lying dandruff on the surface o f
tlie scalp and all the dust th a t hangs In
the tangled mesh of locks.
“ Brushing (lone In this way can’t
i hurt the most sensitive scalp, while If
\ the process Is carefully gone through
1 once n day the head can be kept so
clean tbnt It actually won't need wash
ing more than once In two or three
flo w to M a k e C h e e s e S o a p .
Cheese soup Is an agreeable change
where soup Is a dally affair.
P ut a
qunrt of milk on to boll with a blade of
mace, a carrot and an onion. Ilnb two
tablespoonfiils of bu tter and tvr(> table-
spoonftiw^of flour together, atralr the
milk, add the butter and ftm r, and stir
until thick. “ Add fB fe o 'Ih fg h 'jJltjte t
spoonfuls o f grated cheese, take from
the fire, add tbe beaten yolks of two
eggs, with sa lt and cayenne to tnste.
Serve a t oueo with grated parmesan
to A v o id P im p le s .
Keeping the body scrupulously clean
Is one of the best remedies In the
world for such complexion disorders as
pimples and hlnekheads., The glands
of the face being the most sensitive of
any In the body, the poisonous m atter
I f the pores of the
body are free and In a healthful state
they will throw off the worthless se
cretions, nnd It is not likely to gather
on the face and neck. W hile the com
plexion brush will cleanse the pores of
.the fnce—when It Is used with pure
castlle soap and plenty of warm water
every ulglit—yet the good work will
progress nt double the pace If the body
Is gone over quickly every day with n
firm bristled flesh brush. With soap
and water and good rough towels that
catch hold well nuy woman Is possess
ed of superb beauty making acces
sories. They are o f fa r more Impor
tance than the lotloiiB and the cream,
although these, where assisted by
health and cleanliness and a nutritious
diet, will do their share o f the work
conscientiously nnd with credit.
to C a r r , T o m a to e s .
Cut tomatoes lu slices, hake them,
grate an apple and chop an onion fine,
and fry these In butter till qtilts ten
der; add a heaping dessertspoonful of
curry powder, four tablespoonfule of
gravy or rich soup stock; simmer »11
together for n few uilnates. Add the
tomatoes and a teaspoonful of milk, a
little lemon ju ice and a little chutney.
M ow t e R av e T r e a b l e .
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" I am so thankful for w hat Dr.
Pierce’s Favorite Prescription has
for m e,” writes Mrs. John T .
Smith, of Slocan, B. C ., Box so.
" I t cured me of a disease which
i was ta k in j? away all my strength,
helped tne through the long months
I before baby came and I have a big
j strong baby girl, the most healthy
; and happy of all my three.”
T o prevent sa lt from caking add a
Mixed mustard will keep a better
color If a pinch of salt Is added.
To remove quickly the paper from
the lmttom of a cake bold It In front
of the fire.
When an oven le too hot for the prop
er baking of Its contents, p at a basin
of cold wnter Inside.
Never slam an oven door when any
thing Is baking. Such a proceeding
will ruin the contents.
To cut hard boiled eggs In smooth
slices dip the knife In water.
The corks of bottles or Jars contain
ing substances apt to be sticky should
lie illpiied In salad oil before being re
H ow to M ak e In d ia n P a d d in g .
Two qnarta milk, one egg, a little
salt., half cup sugar, half cup molasses,
butter size of an egg. six tnblestioon-
fuls o f Indlnn meal, n e a t the milk to
boiling, stir In the meal nnd let It
thicken a little, then tnke off the stove
and cool some before adding the other
Ingredients. Bake In a deep dish three
H ow to M ak e n o p B e e r.
W a x Candles
T his teetotal beverage Is an excellent
tonic, none tlie less Is It a refreshing
drink. Boll six ounces o f bops In two
gallons of water for three hours, then
strain, and add quarter of a pound of
bruised singer; boll half an hour longer
with four pounds of loaf sugar, and
when mllkwarm add two ounces o f
y east; let It ferm ent 24 hours, then
bottle and wire tbe corks.