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"Th Rip Van Winkle County Jail
is becprnin' so crowded that old Jerry
Clue, who has made it his winter
quarters ferth' last 18 years, has en
tered a bitter complaint to th' sheriff.
He threatens not target , arrested any
j CANDY RECIPE '
Walnut Creams. The ingredients
are.,2 cupfuls of sugar, one-half cup
ful of water, a pinch, of cream: tartar,
1 cupful1 pi chopped' black ''walnut
meatstahd 1 teaspopnful of ydnflla
extract. Withbutstfrring themixture,
boil the sugar, water and cream of
tartar together until itrforms ia Bolt
ball when tried in cold water.. Take'
from the stove and set in a basin
of. cold water for three minutes. Beat
until it becomes white and creamy.
Then add the vanilla and thejchopped'
nut meats. Pour into buttered pans
and mark into squares.
Dudley is on the boom! The new
policeman was on duty Saturday and
the mayor deputized Andrew Par
grave -to' put him in the new guard
house, for safe keeping. Mt. Olive
(N. C.) Tribune.-."
WHITE COAT, PRETTY AND. VERY
USEFUL " , i
A white coat cut on the new "flare"
lines, that is, with a decidedly flaring
skirt was one of the attractive models
shown at the recent exhibition of the
National Suit and Cloak association
held in Toledo, 0.
Tt's a nractlcal little coat as well as
a prettyoneras itis"simplerenough to I
be worn as a top coat in the day time, 1
but equanysuitable'to.slip over a