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.added: "To think how narrowly I
have escaped being - butchered by
those greasers !"
"He has bad his lesson and is like
a new man," reported the happy Dora
to her cousin one day.
Yes, Bob had-r-eally "goLsense" at
last. By a strange tilrn of fortune his
last investment turned out a real win
ner and there was a profit of nearly
five thousand dollars.
"Put it in a home and keep it
there," said the tamed, reformed Rob.
"When I think of what I escaped
.me, a man of peace!" and he pressed
jhis adorable spouse to his side as if
he never intended to let her go again.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
, ISN'T IT A FACT!
(Relative Length of Time Spent by
( Various Members of the Family
in Picking Out a Hat.)
THE OLDER WE GET THE BETTER
"Youthful innocence" is one of
those expressions which is untrue so
far as criminals are concerned. It is
a fact that a criminal is at his worst ,
when he is young, and the older he
becomes the better the life he leads.
Criminal statistics show that the
most virtuous age of the average
wrongdoer is between 50 and 60. It is
in the very earliest part of their ca
reers, between the ages of 16 and 1,
that men and women criminals are at
their worst. From 21 to old age they
This also goes to prove that mar
riage helps to reform a man or wo
man. At the average age at which
most people marry there is a remark
able drop in criminal statistics.
Between the ages of 16 and 21, the
time when a man is at his worst,
criminally speaking, are just those
years when a child is breaking away
from its parents and striking out for
DISHES AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
Mrs. Cox, mother of Gov. J. M. Cox
of Ohio is hostess at the executive
mansion at Columbus. Of her son s
favorite dish she says.
BY MRS. COX,
Executive Mansion. Columbus, O.
It would be impossible for me to
write out any recipes.
I never'cooked by recipe in my life,
I'm one of those old
fashioned cooks that
puts in a pinch of this
and a pinch of that
and a cupful of this
or that, stirs it, puts it
in the oven and bakes
it. I couldn't give ex
However, my son's
favorite dishes are
fiesh country sau
sage and wheat muffins.
Wheat muffins are made as follows:
JTwo cups of flour, two tablespoons
sugar, four teaspoons baking powder,
two tablespoons butter, one cup of
milk, one-half teaspoon salt, one egg.
Mixnd sift the dry ingredients, add
gradually milk, egg well beaten, and
melted butter. Bake in buttered gem
pans twenty-five minutes.
QUICK COFFEE CAKE
One cup of sugar, creamed with 14
cupful of, butter. When light and
foamy add 1 egg and beat 5 minutes.
Add pinch of salt, cup sweet milk.
Sift iy2 cupfuls of flour with 1 heap
ing teaspoon of baking powder. Beat
into liqu'd. . Grease round pan.
Spread batter ii pan, on top put a
few currants or' raisins, or slices of
apple or peaches pressed lightly into
dough. Sprinkle all with sugar, dot
with bits of butter and a dash of cin
namon. Bake in quick oven. Cut in
strips and serve while hotj