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OLD BOSTON DIVINE
TWO WAYS TO COOK CABBAGE EFFORT TO ERADICATE RAT
HAVE BEST BREAD
Government Official» Make Public a
Report on the W ork of Exterm l-
noting National Plague.
T H A T M A D E A T H O M E S U P E R IO R
JO H N C O T T O N FAM OUS AM ONG
T O B A K E R S ’.
The connection betwen rats and
Susskraut.— Take a good-sized head
o f cabbage, cut It In about six or eight
pieces and wash. Have a kettle of information regarding the frequency of W hen Yeast Is in Good Condition It It
Driven From England, He Sought Ref
boiling water ready, put the cabbage their association with hunmu habita
Not a Matter of D ifficulty to T u rn
uge in the New World, Where He
in. add a small pinch of soda, let boll tions as well as their destructiveness.
O ut a Splendid A r t i c l e -
Was Received With Honor«
until tender, then take the kettle, Studies have been made which throw
and Given High Place.
stand It In the sink and let cold water light on the question of the number
run over It until you can put your of parasites which have been permit
(Bulletin of University of Missouri.)
John Cotton, the Purltun clergyman hands Into It, then squeeze all the wa ted through carelessness to exist In the
Homemade bread, if well made, Is to
who Introduced Into New England the
these comparatively recent Investiga be preferred over bakers' bread, ac
«■uglon) of keeping the Sabbath from tine.
Have a frying pail on the stove, put tions scnrcely anyone would have be cording to Miss Addle D. Boot of the
evening to evening, uecordlng to some
Missouri College o f Agriculture. The
historians, died December
1053. He a small tahlespoonful of lard In It or lieved bow large a number of rodents
condition of the yeast used in bread
was born In Derby, GSngland, Decem
making Is more important than the
ber 4, 1585.
cially those which have a series of kind of yenst. If yeast ts allowed to
John Cotton was minister at Boston, onion, cut It up flue und fry till brown
docks and wharves. A special report stand In a dusty ¡dace or is put Into an
in Lincolnshire, Knglund, when he tied Add a tahlespoonful of flour, stir u lit
of plague eradication work at New unsterilized vessel. It will collect bac
to Boston, iti New England. lie had
Orleans, made by the surgeon In charge teria and the breud will have a sour,
been minister In the Boston of the old
of the United States public health serv unpleasant taste. All utensils and
Knglund for more Ilian ‘JO years, when cupful Is best), salt and pepper tc
ice work at that point, contulns rath liquids should be scnlded before using.
lie found that his theological views tuste. Let It cook up a few minutes
Yeasts are small* plants which need
er startling Illuminating facts concern
were about to get him Into trouble.
ing these pnrasltes, says the Journal air. Flour, therefore, should he addl'd
The father o f John Cotton was a
Bairlsh K raut.—Take a good-sized of the Ameiicun Medical Association. slowly and beaten into the liquid thor
lawyer named Itoland Cotton. John
"The total number of rodents cap oughly to Incorporate air. Sugar Is
entered Trinity college, Cambridge, head of cabbage, shave it fine und wash
tured up to November 13 of the last food for the yenst plant and if given to
when lie was only thirteen years old,
year runs up to 497,983," suys the It will hnsten Its growth.
and he rapidly distinguished himself on the stove; put a good tahlespoonful
If dough is too stiff, a harsh, crumbly
writer. "Some Idea of the Immense la
onion, brown It slightly, add the cab bor and the meticulous care required bread results. The least amount of
lie was brilliant as well ns learned,
bago and just a little wnter (a scan for thoroughness In sanitary work rnuy flour possible to avoid n sticky dough,
and he enjoyed a great reputation, it
hnlf a cup), cover tightly and let II be guthereil from the fact that over gives the best bread.
was while lie was teaching In Kmnnuel
The quick even stroke In knending
steam until tender. Stir occnslnunllj 300,000 of these rodents lmd been ex
college at Cambridge that he Imbibed
so It will not burn. Add suit to tuste amined up to the same date, and, counts for more Jinn the strength put
I ’urltun views o f theology, observes a
A thorough kneading dis
and a few minutes before serving, adc though altogether only 305 cases of ro into tL
writer in the Washington Post. He
a good tahlespoonful of vinegar. (Ol dent plague were discovered. It Is easy tributes the yeast plants evenly
was about twenty-seven years old
course If you don't like the sour tnst< to understand how much of u danger throughout the dough nnd results in
when he was appointed minister at
for the dlsseminutlon of the disease bread of (he best texture ns the gas
leave the vinegar out.)
these animals were. Until the actual bubbles rise evenly. Dough should be
lu (his clinrge he got Into Ills first
report, It would have been nlruost Im kneaded until it has a smooth velvety
ecclesiastical trouble by refusing to
possible to believe that a city like New surface.
If kneaded longer than 30
conform to certain ceremonies of the
Orleans, with its 500,000 rodents, ac minutes, the elastic quality Is com
established church, lie believed that H ow Fondant and Chocolate Creami tually harbored a larger population of pletely destroyed.
many of these ceremonials were un
Are Put Up by Those W ho Are
rats and mice thun It did of human
Yeast plants thrive at a temperature
of from 79 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
He was suspended by Ills bishop,
"New Orleans Is probably no worse When dough Is set to rise. It should
but the majority of his people stood
Two cupfuls granulated sugar, one In this regard than most of the coast be placed In a clean bowl. I f the bowl
l>y him und he wus restored. For more hnlf cupful cold wnter, boiled slowly cities of the southern pnrt of the coun Is covered tightly nnd an even temper
than 'JO years he remained there as Add quarter teaspoonful of cream tnr try, ut least, und It Is prohulde that as ature maintained, It Is not necessary
minister, and his influence Is said to tar, before It has boiled five minutes careful a hunt for the creatures would either to oil or moisten the surface to
have been o f the most salutary na When It keeps its shape In cold wn reveul their presence In proportionate prevent a crust from forming. If the
ture. A change In the authority of ter, wet a dish in cold water (a pluttci uumbers even In many of the towns of temperature Is too high, the bread will
the church took place and Cotton’s Is best), pour It out carefully and sill the Interior.
be dnrk, coarse nnd sour. If the dough
parishioners were divided Into fuc- with a wooden spoon till stiff nn<
“Coust cities like New Orleans, Sun Is chilled while rising, the volume will
lIons. It was reported to Cotton that about to crumble. Then take In youi Francisco, Seattle and some of the oth be smaller, the texture rubbery, nnd
lie was about to he summoned before hands and work and knead It till pll er towns on I’uget sound have been
an undesirable crust will form. Best
the high commission court, and he fled able and smooth.
Pnck In a deej compelled to take up the problem of results are obtained when dough Is
to London, whence after a period of dish ami cover with a wot doth. Let obliteration of their rodent parasites kept at n gentle, warm, even tempera
hiding he sailed for Boston In New stand sevcrul hours (till next day Is by the occurrence of plague. The Jour ture until It Is twice Its bulk, nnd then
I'nghiml. lie was welcomed cordially better), when It will be velvety and ol nal of the American Medical associ worked.
there, and within two weeks after Ills line texture. Don't try to make It oo ation thinks, however, that It would
Baking requires ns much care as
arrival was appointed by the magis a cloudy or stormy day, as a clear, be well wortli while for henlth author
mixing, knending nnd rising. The tem
trates teacher in the First church. bright atmosphere will give best re ities In other towns and cities to face
perature o f t lie oven should be 360
sults. From this fondant ail kinds ol tills problem frankly before It becomes
Here he remained until Ills death.
degrees Fahrenheit when the bread is
Cotton was a rare scholar. He de line candles enn he made.
a source of actual Immediate danger to placed In it. It should be allowed to
Chocolate Creams— Form the ball! health."
voted 13 hours a day to study, and
rise after fifteen minutes and lowered
before going to sleep at night he loved, from (he above fondant, and let stand
after thirty minutes. The bread should
as he said, “ to sweeten Ills mouth with over night, to harden. Cook together
Iron fo r the Future
begin to brown In patches during the
■i piece of Calvin.'' With all his pro one cupful granulated sugar, one-hall
That Iron Is the very basis of our In first fifteen minutes mid should hnve
found learning he preached In the aim cupful water and tiny pinch o ' cream dustrial civilization will be admitted
an even, brown surface nfter thirty
plest language. Soon after coming to of tartar till, when a little Is dropped by the thoughtful, and many of our
minutes. I f the dough is not twice Its
Boston he prepared, at the request of In cold water, It can be gathered on n greatest supplies of Iron ore are be
original bulk or us light ns desired. It
the general court, an abstract of the
ing rapidly depleted because of the In may be allowed to fluisli rising In the
laws o f Moses for use In the col
creased per capita consumption of Iron oven.
ony. It was not adopted, hut a revi been melted, n henping teaspoonful the world over, an increase which Is
sion of It, supposed to be the Joint work each of butter and vanilla, ami set destined to l>e greater In the future
o f Cotton and Sir Henry Vane, was dish In another of hot water, and dip when the rnces In Asia and Africa In
Cream three tnblespoonfuls of but
the creams. It fakes but n few min
crease their consumption of Iron. ter. nddlng, a little at a time, three-
Cotton wrote nearly 50 hooks, which utes for them to harden. Drop or These conditions o f Increasing con
quarters o f a cupful o f sugar, until
were sent to London to tie published. waxed paper. They are extra nice.
sumption of nnd decreasing reserves the whole Is light; drop tn the yolk
Ilo could discuss fluently lu Hebrew,
have often tn the past, particularly of one egg nnd bent until ligh t 81ft
i ¡reck and Latin.
S ilve r Cake.
about the beglnulng of this century, 1% cupfuls o f flour, then measure nnd
It is one o f the perplexities of hu
Beat whites of four eggs stiff, one suys J. E. Johnson In Metallurgical sift ngnln with 2tt tenspoonfuls bak
man nature that persons who have and one-half cupfuls sugar, one-hulf nnd Chemical Engineering, been used
ing powder. Beat this Into the first
suffered from Intolerance are so sel cupful butter, oue cupful cream or rich to crente a scare, on the ground that
mixture alternating with half a cupful
dom taught by that experience to be milk, two and one-third cupfuls flour, our supplies of usable ore were being
of sweet milk. Add three drops of
tolerant toward others. John Cotton two tenspoonfuls cream tartar, one
so rapidly depleted that their exhaus vanilla extract and a quarter o f a tea-
was an example of lids unhappy fact, teaspoonful soda or two and one-half
tion would occur within two or three spoonful of grated orange rind, then
lie had been persecuted lu old F.ng tenspoonfuls baking powder, one ten-
generations. This Is a preposterous fold In the sillily beaten white o f the
laud and he lmd to flee for safety to spoonful scant of salt, flavor with
point of view, because ns we lower egg.
Bnke quickly nnd when done
New Knglnnd. but once here be showed lemon. Cream butter and sugar to
the percentage of Iron ore In the rock, hreuk Into pieces with two forks and
the extremities of his views as to the gether. Add egg whites, then tnllk, al
which we call "ore," the qunntlty of serve warm.
power of the civil authority In relig ternately, with flour In which baking
such ore Increases at a rnte out o f all
ious matters. On this subject he car powder Hnd salt have been sifted four
proportion to the decrease In Iron
ried on u famous controversy with times. Last odd one cupful coconut
content, and ns we use leaner nnd
The following recipes are suitable
Itoger Williams, who charged him with if liked. Frost with cream frosting
lenner ores technical Improvements for small fam ilies: Crush one-fourth
holding u 'bloody tenet of persecu made as follow s: One nnd one-half
will be made which will minimize any Junket tablet, let dissolve In one table
cupfuls powdered sugar, two tea
tendency to Increased cost of produc spoonful cold water, heat one cupful
1 ills son. John, and Ills grnmlson, spoonfuls batter and sulflcte.it cream
tion. The same thing has happened In milk, two or three tablespoonfuls sugar,
3oshth were distinguished clergymen, to make of tight consistency to
gold, silver, copper and other ores, and take from fire, add one-half teaspoon
ss was another son. Seaborn, so named spread. No flavoring, as butter and
today copper ores are being worked ful vanilla and the dissolved tablet;
because boru St sou on the passage cream flavor tt. Beat hard five min
with only 1.5 per cent of copper In let stand l.i wnrtn place until It Jellies,
vjf bis parents to New Kngtand In 1838 utes and spread on cake.
then set lo cold place.
Both W ill Be Appreciated by Those
W ho A re Fond of T h is