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"Cook" asks: What can I use
bacon scraps for after grease has
been friend out. Use instead of
shortening- in corn bread. Grind
them uoyery fine and use cupful
to quart cornmeal "and flour
mixed.A'dd one tgg, little sugar,
teaspoon baking powder and
sweet triilk to make batter.
"Young Girl" says her sweet
heart is very jealous and wants to
kpow what she can do to make
him overcome feeling. Nothing.
Jealous person is often selfish one
and jealousness is but hurt vanity.
J,How can I clean Undressed
kid gloves?" Eloise Use fine
cracker crumbs. Button gloves on
hands and rub as if you were
washing hands; When crumbs be
come soiled change for clean.
"Blue Eyes" asks if girl should
Write ndte of thanks to man for
music he has sent her if she does
not owe him a letter. Sure thing.
irs oniy Deing pome.
"Wdrried girls" says that her
sweetheart is good and true, but
does no"t Want her to go any
where without him not -even, to
her sister's house. She wants' ad
vince. Either go ahead and go
where you please until he sees
that you are not silly enough o
yield to his selfishness or else
drop him for another who has bet
ter disposition. Think what your
life would be with this man if he I
cannot overcome the ugly trait?
If you yield to him you are doing
worst thing possible. See if you
cannot reason him out of it and
shame him into trying to over
"Hubby" asks i What will make
the complexion soft after shav
ing. Mix together 1 ounce tinc
ture of benzoin, 1 quart rosewater
and 20 drops tincture myrrh.
Pour little of this lotion into
water in which you wash your
face after shaving. Then use tal
cum powder sparingly, t
o o - ,
A Mistake. ' -
Two tourists were traveling in
Spain7 but they could not speak
the native language, and found
considerable difficulty in making
known their wants. . .
Eventually they came to a way
side inn, and decided that they
would partake of roast beef with
the usual trimmings.
"How shall we manage it?"
"Oh, we'll draw a picture of a
bull!" replied the other.
The waiter was handed the
drawing, and left them, apparent
ly to execute their order.
Then he came back, but he had
no "stealning plate of roast beef
and Yorkshire. Instead, he csAvrC
ly handed them two tickets for a
Sarah tSalkin, 16; -713 S. Paul
ina st, left home Wednesday
evening to visit girl friends.
Hasn't been seen since.