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make," I interrupted. "We could do
nothing else than recognize-Mary as,
."ack's wife, and for one I anVnot go
ing to blame her for his 'misdemeanors."
"Hear Mrs. School Teacher!" said
Dick- with aJaugh as he called the
wooden-faced butler, and between
them they- carried me upstairs.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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Pick fruit just before it is ripe.
Use only enough water to cover
fruit when jutting over to cook.
Berries make best jelly by putting
through fruit press to secure juice.
Make jelly on clear, dry day.
Be accurate in measuring both ma
terial and time.
Never gather fruit for jelly right
after a rain.
' Jelly once begun boiling should not
stop until done.
Use wooden spoon for stirring jelly.
Make small quantities each time.
Sweet apples will not jelly.
Skim jelly carefully.
If jelly .seems too thin set in hot sun
for several days.
FARMERS' FRUIT CAKE
Soak 3 cups of dried .apples, over
night in cold water enough to swell
them. Chop fine in the morning and
put them in a granite pan with 3 cups
of molasses. Cook until soft; add 1
cup of seeded raisins cut in -pieces
allow mixture to cool; sift 3 cups of
flour with 1 even teaspoon ibf soda.
One cup of soft butter (do not melt),
mix butter into apple "and"molasses
Beat all together until well blended.
Add 3 eggs 1 at a time beating well as
each is added. A half of nutmeg grat
ed, or spice to taste. Add flour and
soda, beat "well, put in well-greased
pan with tube' in center and bake 1
hour in moderate oven.
Drop a little flour into the hot fat
when preparing to fry eggs, if you
would -prevenrthe sputtering of the
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