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qome. out , and shoot him. .Two
dplkirs wquld;ye his.life. . .
Qujlceda Queen .is- well -fed,
respectable. M , "!; J--
vell-7excepttpat he i?ijl-fed, un
One is am English setter the
other logks ljke'-ah Epglish.'setter.
A dqg-judge would probably
pick:" flaws 4n"N6bowdy' Dog."
Ma'ybe his spots aren't right, -jiis
heajd is toohjgh, jiis let lurid fopt
too'iar fr4om his right hind foot.
The reporter wasn't a judge of
'dogs. "But-I'd jiis,t as soon' have
one'as the other'fle though
JA'dbg is a dog except to tfte
expert. Maybe the ordinary dog
is- a' little better 'than the' pencil
dog-for most people. The bench
qog sometimes, ruinea ;Dy in-1
bre,edflg,. Qver-f ending' apa tpo
much-confinement, loses the best
instincts of d,Qgdorn which ae
The ordinarj dqg likes-you just
as wen Kn you are poor as it you
were- r,ich. ,H& listens. Jjuietly to
ypur troubles'; IJe'wagsrhjs tajl
whenryou sp'ea,ic,one 'pleasant
word. He , is .tickled to death to
see you after a siort absepce.. He
rglls-Qver andtyegs to lick.y,QUr
hand'heg-oes hungry . without
protest. Be you j)residenB or "beg
gar; he 'is loyal.' r ' u z " t
4 HbweyefKe'ish'rwopth much
at-a dog show. Or ata pound.
Tomorrow they'll pin some rib
bons on "Quilcexja Queen " and
put a bullet 'into "Isfbbody's
'- CHERRV RECIPES.' '
f - .j. .f .
1 -, - Preserved Cherries.
Use. tar.f'' cherrieg.-' preferably.
.Stone and stem themsaving the
juice., To -every .pound of fruit
alioXv a podnd of sugar.. Put the
juice, and" sugar- into preserving
kettle over -the fire.' - When' the
sugar'is completely dissolved add
thfescfierries. Cook tin til the syrup
is-ver-y thick. -P-ut into glass jars
andsCaC " c
t Canned Cherries.
Wash ' and' stem, the cherries,
being sure to get solid fruit. To
every pound allow a half-pbund
of sugar. Put the sugar over the
fire with encftigh'water to dissolve
if. Boil toa th,in syrup. Remove
the sctim -as it rises. Turn the
chejrie.s into (he boiling liquid
and let the whole cook five min
utes. T$en remove cherries and
pfack in pint jars. Filj with the
boiling syVup antr pufori air-tight
iAt rXZAcc V -i a e tnilrA 1A.
Cover several bushels of mash
ed cherries . with "water and let
stand for 48 htfurs in a tub. Drain
and pressthrough a bag.' ,Atld
half as much water jp t;he liquor,
and to each half gallon of the.mix
ture two ounces of'sugar. Let fer
ment. " .
AJ hat of pKabfe Manila brajd
with a rolled brim, which may be
turneddown, would make a satis
factory hat for summer outing.-