The cupola -will make good kindling."
Mr. Moore advanced to where the
rums of the cupola la," He poked the
shattered boards around with his
cane. -Then Ethel heard him utter a
strange cry. She ran towards him as
he stooped over and picked some
It was a tin box. Her father lifted
its catch, threw back the cover and
nearly fell over as a great conviction
illumined his mind.
"Quick, daughter!" he panted, "pa
pers and money! If it should be my
brother's missing fortune at last !"
It was, at last and in full. The hid
ing place of the missing fortune had
come to light through Ethel Moore's
kind deed. It meant so much to Wil
liam Moore that he seemed to grow
younger in an hour. He sent John
Davis home feeling rich, and he told
Archie and Ethel that evening that
they might arrange to have the old
homestead renovated for a wedding.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
By Caroline Coe.
Chop fine one cup of cold boiled
Take one cup of stock or water
ham was boiled in and add one small
clove of garlic, one bay leaf and two
small red pepper pods. Dissolve one
even tablespoon of gelatine in one
tablespoon cold water and add to
stock and heat it very hot, but do
Strain into the cup of chopped
ham. Mix thoroughly, turn into mold
and set aside to get cold. When ready
to serve place on lettuce leaves.
Serve with mayonnaise dressing.
May be molded in small individual
portions and garnished with hard
boiled egg slices if you wish some
thing very tasty.
Four tablespoons of olive oil. Salt
spoon of salt. One tablespoon of
lemon juice. Beat all together until
it becomes creamy and thick.
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