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TIU nSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1927
THE MAUPIN TIMES
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butter that golden June color
everybody likes by putting a
few drops of Dandelion Butter
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State and National Food laws.
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147 Waratlr PUca New Yarfc
For some time punt the British air
ministry tins been considering the
question of providing Identification
murks ut points nil over the country
for the convenience of airplane pilots.
The llnst of these novel "signposts" Is
shortly to ho established near Wey-
down common, Iliiwlemere, where the
ministry hits rented a piece ot ground
sufficiently large to enable the name
"Hnricincrc" to bo outlined against
the turf In large white letters.
Ud till now only aerodromes hate
been Indicated by this method, but It
Is Intended to develop the Identlnca
tlon scheme until every town and vll
Inge will have Its name Inscribed at a
coavenleut spot Airmen will then
have bo need to carry maps, sines
the whole of Great Britain, seen from
ebove, will be one vast niup. London
Let a man talk about himself and
nothing els If he wants to; and learn
to dodge him.
Fault '.a one tiling thut may be
found where It Is not.
24 Honrs Ends
A "mmmnn rnlrl" mnvresult In GFriODe
or flu. At the very first sign, go to a drug
store and get a box ot hill a. i ano
promptly. HILL'S breaks up a cold in
tA k... k-iio. It Jom the four vital
things at once stops the cold, checks
the fever, opens the dowcis ana wuca
the system. Red box, su cents.
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STORY FROM THE 8TART
Rosemary Crofton ll vlsltlnt
tha governor's pslace la Fes,
Morocco, with her aunt. Lady
Tregarten. A Frenchman, Da
Vrles, makea lova to beg. Ha tails
bar of tha Kald. a niyitartoua
person In tha aervlca ot tha
ultan. Iloeemary repulses Da
Vrlaa' lova. Nest morning, whlls
riding-, aha la thrown from bar
horia and rendared unconacloua.
Hha Is rescued by It Iff tribes
man and meets tha Kald, who
turns out to bs an Englishman.
Tha Kald says It would Jeopar
due his causa to return her to
Tes. I'eta, an Australian, and
Zorlfa, a servant, ara aaeianed to
care (or her. Hha learns the
Kald's name Is Westwyn. Mar
tango, a Spaniard, Is attracted
by her beauty, lis subtly sets
about gaining her favor by pre
tending to help her to escape.
Westwyn offers to do 'anything
ha can for her.
CHAPTER IV Continued
Ilosemary stared at him, hope wa
vering against hor resentment. Kite
did not want to plead with this man,
but the words broke from her against
her will. "I can't bear It You'll have
to let me go." Westwyn was silent
"You suld yon didn't understand wlmt
It meant to me"
The man Interrupted "1 didn't when
I sent you here. I do now."
"And you won't help me?"
Westwyn shook his head. "It's Im-
possible," he snld. and Ilosemary was
too angry to realize the weight of re
gret In his voice. "I'm off to Abd-el
Krim now ril consult him, but rra
afruld there's no way out" He hesi
tated on the top of the mud stairway,
wishing he could say something to
. . -. ( U
encourage Uie mute ngure, wmcu
would not even look at him. The
words didn't come, so he stamped
down Uie flight and gave Pete direc
tions about enough food to feed a
regiment. Heavy with a sudden re
sponsibility, he rode off. He would
talk to Abd-el Krim. Terhaps some
thing better could be arranged.
That night Rosemary and the Span-
lard settled their plans. They climbed
to the snme rock above the village,
and for the first time the sunset
brought no echo of closing bars to the
girl. Kxclted and tense, she listened
to Martengo's Instructions.
"You'd better begin wearing native
dress at once. Don't let Zarlfa sleep
In your room. You must accustom
every one to leaving you alone after
sunset I'll have to leave It to you to
slip out somehow, unobserved. You
must come straight to my house. I'll
leave the door ajar."
"And then?" asked Rosemary, dis
trust swept away on the tide of ex
citement "I'll have horses ready, but I don't
know If It would be safe to ride over
the paws. Do you think you could
climb It If I had the animals waiting
on the other side?"
"Yes, yes," breathed the girl. "Any
thing to get away." She looked so
vital, so flamullke in the blaze around
her. that Martengo had difficulty in
steadying his voice.
It was a little rough as he told her:
"We'll have to make a dash for it
while VTestwyn's away."
Rosemary's mind raced ahead.
"Your servants?" she asked. "Won't
they give us away?"
"There are none In the house," he
answered. "Don't worry. If you can
give Tete the slip your part Is done."
A few nights later a blur of indigo,
scarcely more opaque than the sur
rounding night, crept round the wall
of the guest house. Rosemary's heart
was In her throat, pounding so that
It nearly choked her, but her feet, In
their nutlve sandals, were steady.
With scarcely a sound she padded up
As she nenred her destination the
girl's spirits rose. Excitement tingled
In her blood. She , went more care
lessly and, round a corner, almost
bumped Into a figure descending si
lently In the soft leather sanduls of
the mountaineers. It was Heinz, a
stolid, shy, little Gorman . who had
lent her month-old papers from the
fatherland. An exclamation was
stifled on the fugitive's lips, and the
man stared as he stepped aside for
her to pass. Rosemary dared not
American Idea Abroad
Emigrants returning to their native
towns In Europe after having made
their "fortunes" in the United States,
carry back with them American Ideas
and the American language, which has
supplanted French and German as the
International tongue among the Euro
pean masses. In hundreds of villages
In southeastern Europe there are two
districts one the "native," built of
stone and rubble, with the chickens
roosting In the dining and bedroom;
the other the "Amerlcun," with houses
look back, but she felt that Heinz still
stood at the corner watching her.
After this encounter, the quadrangle
looming above her was sanctury. Bhe
ran the last hundred yards, slipped
through the unlocked door and shut It
silently behind her. While she leaned
agnlnst the wall, breathless, a figure
stepied out of the darkness.
"Well done," whispered Martengo,
"You're all right now." He piloted her
Into the bouse. There was no light
In the front room, but Juan guided bis
guest Into a small back apartment
where charcoal smoldered on an open
hearth and a hurricane lamp bung
from the roof.
Rosemary dropped onto the nearest
seat, still panting, her eyes blazing In
a face bereft of color, "I thought 1
should never get out," she said. "1
had to send Pete down to the village,
and Zarlfa was as sleepless as an
owl. What's the next move?"
"I sent the horses out as soon as It
was dark, but Unfortunately, the head
miin's son, young Mohamed el Me-
nebbhe, Is coming to see me tonight
about a rifle. He ought to be here
Rosemary started. "But hell delay
us we ought to be off."
"He' won't keep me long, and It
Isn't a bad thing, really, because when
your flight Is discovered In the morn
ing, he will be my alibi." They talked
in desultory fashion for a few min
utes. Then Martengo went out to
prepare for bis visitor, and Rosemary
found time to study her nurround
It was a small, mud-walled room.
with no furniture but a table, a chair,
a row of cqfTee pots, and the couch on
which she sat The onlylndow was
sauare aperture, nngtazed and
barred, Just under the celling. "Rath
er like a cell," thought Rosemary, and
then her blood raced!, for she beard
voices and footsteps crossing the
court. Automatically she crushed her
gelf into the corner furthest from the
door, hardly daring to move.
That was one of the worst hours of
the girl's life. The drone of Arabic
In the next room was like a wheel on
which her nerves were spun
Thoughts whirled through her brain
and were gone before she could catch
the full sense of them. She pictured
failure in every guise, the ignominy
oil a forced return. In that hour she
had suffered every possible disap
pointment been defeated by every
obstacle. At the end of it her head
felt taut, as if stretched on wires.
Martengo had no place in her
thoughts until, just as she felt she
must go mad if she had to wait any
longer, he entered the room. She had
been so oppressed by her myriad ap
prehensions that she had not noticed
the departure of Menebhhe.
"Has he gone?" she asked, but the
words were scarcely audible.
The Spaniard nodded. "Yes. I'm
sorry for the delay. You look a bit
played out What about a drink?'
Before she could refuse he had pro
duced from the outer room a bottle
and two glasses. "I can't have you
fainting on the way," he said. "This
will do you good." Perhaps his voice
was less carefully tutored than usual.
There was a note in it which was
like a cold douche on Rosemary's Im
patience. It steadied her and she was
alert as she took the glass and put
her lips to It The taste was un
pleasant "What Is It?" she asked with a
"Our local poison, leghbi.' It won't
do you any harm." His voice sounded
muffled and he seemed to -be very
busy with a refractory cork.
Suspicion flashed across Rosemary's
horizon. "I'd rather have water," she
said. "Do get me some," and made a
pretense of drinking.
Juan left the room without com
ment and the girl whirled, the glass
In her hand, vainly searching a recep
tacle. She had Just emptied the stuff
behind the cushions when Martengo
returned. Guiltily she faced him, a
flush burning so deeply that it was
like a hand throttling her.
(TO BBS CONTINUED.)
"Do you believe in the survival of
the fittest?" "I don't believe in the
survival of anybody. I am an under
taker." Boston Transcript
of white plaster and a special barn
yard for the live stock, says a corre
spondent of the New York Sun.
Compass on Japanese Beds
A Japanese will never sleep with his
head toward the north, for the reason
that the dead are alway burled In
that direction. In sleeping rooms of
private houses In Jupan and In nearly
all of the hotels a diagram of the
points of the compass is pasted upon
the celling for the beueflt of timid
(A 12T. Weatern Newepaper tlaloa.)
"If all tha world were appls pie
And all tha aea were Ink.
And all tha trees were bread and
Wbat should wa here to drink?"
FOODS FOR OCCASIONS
On special occasions when we en
tertain our friends we find nothing
too much trouble nor too
dainty to make the re
past one to be remem
bered with pleasure. A
dish almost universal!;
well liked Is sweet
breads creamed and
served In tlmbat cases
or In patty shells. To
add a few mushrooms to
the creamed mixture en
hances the flavor and
The patty shells may be
prepared at home, but they are quite
bit of work for an amateur, so buy
them from some good bake shop. The
tlmbal cases are simple to make if
one has a tlmbal iron. The batter
makes a case that is much easier on
the digestion than the rich puff paste
of the patty shell.
Suprsmg of Duckling. Take the
uncooked Joints and breast of a duck
ling, remove the meat and chop very
fine. Add four eggs, one at a time.
stirring until the mixture Is smooth.
Add one and one-hulf cupfuls of thick
cream, salt, pepper and a little onion
Juice to season. Turn into buttered
molds, cover with buttered paper.
place In a pan of hot water and bake
about thirty minutes in a moderate
oven. Serve with:
Bechamel Sauce. Melt two table-
spoonfuls of butter, add three table-
spoonful of flour, onefourth tea-
spoonful of salt a few grains of pep
per, one-half cupful of chicken stock
well seasoned and one-halJ cupful of
tbln cream. Stir and cook until
smooth and well cooked.
Gelatin of Capon. Bone a capon
and nse only the white meat cat
the breast into halves lengthwise,
push the wing and leg skin inside.
Cover the skin from which the dark
meat has been removed with the
breast meat Fill with forcemeat
draw the skin over and tie with a
double thickness of cheesecloth and
steam over the bones and dark meat
covered with boiling water. Remove
to a pan an cover with a weight over
night Take the cloth from the capon
remove the skin and cover with
Chaudfrold sauce. When stiff and
firm, garnish with truffles cut Into
fancy shapes and coat with aspic
Chaudfrold Sauce. Make a white
sauce of two tablespoonfuls each of
butter and flour and three-fourths of
a cupful of white stock, one egg yolk
lightly beaten, one tablespoonful of
cream and onc-balf tablespoonful of
lemon Juice. Dissolve a teaspoonful
of gelatin In a little cold water, then
In hot ; add to the first mixture. Sea
son to taste and serve with the capoa
Food That Is Different
Here is Queen Victoria's favorite
soup and It is good enough for any
Chop one cupful of
roast chicken, to
It add one pint of
chicken broth, one
cupful of sweet
cream, salt and
pepper to taste
and just before
serving add the rlced yolks of three
Bohemian Buns. These are called
"kolaches" and are well worth the
trouble of preparation. Take two ta
blespoonfuls of butter, add one cupful
of scalded milk and when cool add a
compressed yeast cake dissolved in
one-talf cupful of water, two well
beaten eggs and a teaspoonful of salt
Mix with three or four cupfuls of
flour, kneading to an elastic ball. Set
to rise overnight In the morning on
a floured board knead and roll to one
half Inch thick. Cut with a small
biscuit cutter and place on a buttered
sheet Brush with batter and In the
venter of each place a spoonful of
stewed prunes. Let rise again and
bake in a hot oven,
Ham Loaf. Put through the meat
chopper one and one-half pounds each
of smoked ham and fresh pork, mix
with a cupful of bread crumbs, add
three well-beaten eggs, salt and pep
per to season and milk to make the
mixture moist enough to mix. Place
In a deep bread pan and bake until
brown, basting orten. An hour or
two In a moderate oven will be
Green Pepper Omelet Wash six
green peppers, remove the seeds and
white fiber, break into small pieces
and fry in four tablespoonfuls of but
ter until tender. Beat, two eggs and
add one-fourth of a cupful of milk,
three-fourths of a cupful of grated
cheese, salt and pepper to taste. Cook
over a slow fire until the omelet Is a
golden brown on the bottom. Cut and
fold as usual, or set Into a hot oven a
minute or two before folding,
Buttered Apples. Take even-sized
apples, core and peel. Arrange In a
deep baking dish, each apple on a
round f bread which has fried lightly
In butter on both sides. Fill the ap
ples with sugar, bits of butter, a little
flavoring of spice. Buke In a very hot
oven. Serve hot with clotted cream.
The whole world knows Aspirin st3 an effective antidote for
pain. But ifs just u important to know that there is only one
genuine Bayer Aspirin. The name Bayer is on every tablet, and
on the box If it says Bayer, it's genuine; and if it doesn't, it is
not I Headaches are dispelled by Bayer Aspirin. So are colds,
and the pain that goes with them; even neuralgia, neuritis, and
rheumatism promptly relieved. Get Bayer at any drugstore
with proven directions.
Physicians prescribe Bayer Aspirin;
it does NOT affect tie heart
Xspttta to the bad mark at Bayer Uunfactan of Maaeaestlcscldetter of SalleyUcaeU
H oo raw I Hooraw P suddenly
Shouted Gap Johnson of Rumpus
Ridge. "Glory hallelooyer!"
"New what's the matter with yonr
asked his wife.
"I was reading along and didn't find
anything Interesting for quite a spell
and was about to CIng the paper down
when I ran onto the account of a last
chance sale of Shakespeare's books
if I dont buy 'em now I'll never get
another chance!" "
"Well, what about it?"
"I hain't a-golng to buy 'em; that's
alL" Kansas City Star.
Take Salts at First Sign of
Bladder Irritation er
The American men and women must
guard constantly against kidney
trouble because we often eat too much
rich food. Our blood is filled with
acids which the kidneys strive to
filter out: thef weaken from over
work, become sluggish, the ellmlna-
tlve tissues clog and the result Is kid
ney trouble, bladder weakness and
a general decline In health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
of lead ; your back hurts or the urine
Is cloudy, full of sediment or you are
obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night; If you suffer
with sick headache, or dizzy, nervous
soells. acid stomach, or If you have
rheumatism when the weather Is bad,
begin drinking lots of good soft water
and get from your pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad Salts. Take a
tablespoonful In a glass of water be
fore breakfast for a few days and
vour kidneys may then act fine.
This famous salts Is made from the
acid of sxanes and lemon juice, com
blned with lithia, and has been used
for years to help flush and stimulate
clogged kidneys, to neutralize the
acids In the system so they no longer
are a source of irritation, thus often
rellevlne bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive, cannot In
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink and belongs in every
home, because nobody can make a
mistake by having a good kidney
flushing any time.
" The Bass' Chance
Help But I haven't asked you for
more salarv before.
Boss Of course not and I never
had reason to fire you.
Resin from the almaclga tree is
uped in making fine varnish and pat
ent-leather and by natives for driv
ing away mosquitoes.
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Ends pain at once
In one mimtte pain from corns is ended.
Dr. Scboll's Zino-pads do this eaey
by removing tha cause pressing and
robbing of shoe. They are thin, medi
cated, antiseptic, healing. At all draf
and shoe stores. Cost bat a trifle,
Put one en tne pout is tontl
For Old Sores
Harford's Balsam of Myrrh
AI SHlen are laaerbte te rehaJ rear auaer lar Ike
. , Rr Doet treat sore. Inflamed
C IO Smarting eree wltn power
Kl ZWP -'foldra-! "dropped" to ,
P t ' by hand. Aaootaing
Is best eeua-aU
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connection with Parkers Hair Balsam. Makeetna
hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mall or at drug
gists. Hiscox Caemical Works, Patchogne, N. X.
Coughs and Colds
are not only annoying, but dangerous.
If not attended to at once they mar
develop lntct serious ailment
is soothing and healing- In such caBes,
and has been used for sixty-one years.
SOo and 90o bottles. Buy it at your drug
store. G. G. Green, Ino, Woodbury,
Thirty-nine states, Porto Rico and
Hawaii now have forestry depart
ments or other agencies to look after
their forestry Interests.
Blemishes to Hide
If Cuticara Soap is used daily, assisted
by Cutlctira Ointment when necessary.
They do much to prevent blackheads, pim
ples and other unsightly eruptions, and
to promote permanent skin health.
Bono 2Cc. Ointment 28 end S0. Tsleom !n. Bold rmy
where Sample ohA tree. AddraMl "Outtcare Uta
torlM DP. Bl, MJdn, lUu.
Cuticura Sharing Stick 25c