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Mr. Merriwell reached the car
line has face resembled a water
"What is this large, blue spot,
-dear?" asked Mrs. Merriwell, as
she tenderly dressed his wounds.
"I think a Chinaman did it,"
explained Mr. Merriwell.
"Ah, the brawny hand of la
bor," murmured Mrs. Merriwell.
"And what is this?"
"I believe that was a cabbage,"
"The fruit of American indus
try' murmured Mrs. Merriwell.
"And what about the country?"
"Let the country go to To
phet!" growled Mr. Merriwell.
"Ouch, be easy, that's tender!"
WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY
Three P Salad. One pint peas,
one pint potatoes, one pint pea
nuts, all chopped fine. Serve with
any good salad dressing.
Old fashioned Doughnuts
Three eggs, one cup sugar, 1-3
cup butter, 3 pints bread sponge.
Mix with hand as soft as posible.
Let rise. Mold again. Flour the
bread board, roll dough 1-2 inch
thick and cut out. Let rise 1-2
hour and fry.
Bread Muffins Dissolve thor
oughly, 1-2 yeast cake in quart of
milk, and stir into this 2 table
spoons sugar, teaspoon salt and
tablespoon shortening. Add
enough flour to make stiff batter
and let xise over night. In morn
ing whip into the batter 4 well
beaten eggs and turn into well
greased and hot muffin pans.
Bake at once in hot oven.
Bean Salad. Mix the follow
ing salad dressing with cold cook
ed beans. One cup of sour cream,
one cup of vinegar, two-t,hirds
cup of sugar, one tablespoonful
of butter or olive oil, one teaspoon
flour. Boil vinegar, sugar and
flour together; beat the egg,
cream and flour together, and add
to the mixture while on the stove,
and boil five minutes. Before re
moving from the stove, add one
teaspoon each of salt, pepper and
mustard. This dressing wilWceep.
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"Woman and her. interests.
They now make a shoe horn
nearly a yard long. One can
step into his shoe without bend
ing his back.