skill had made him a model in her
"You are free to leave us tomor
row," he spoke, and his tones were
regretful. "It will cheer my sisters
to hear from you. occasionally."
"I will do more than that," replied
Myra m her clear, truthful way.
"They tell me that the typhus will be
stamped out her within a month, and
that you will take up a charitable
work in the city. Let me assist you
oh, please! please!"
And from Myra's rough experience
at the wrong Rushville grew the
blessing of finding her life's true
work side by side with her noble
A FEW OUT OF DOOR COOKING
RECIPES BY CAROLINE COE
Fried Onion Sandwich.
Peel a large onion and cut in slices
thick enough to keep their shape.
Put one tablespoon of butter into
skillet and set skillet over slow fire;
when golden brown color add the
slices of onions and fry slowly, turn
ana brown each side.
Cook until tender, salt and pep
per. Place between buttered slices of
bread and serve while hot
Bacon and Lettuce Sandwiches.
Put bacon on end of long stick and
hold over bed of hot coals until it
curls. Butter slices of bread and add
the layer of lettuce; over the lettuce
put thin layer of salad dressing; add
the bacon and top side of sandwich
and a full meal will be the result
The bread may be toasted before
adding the lettuce and bacon and
then a "near club" sandwich will be
Build a. fire of hard wood, if possi
ble, as 'this makes coals that last
Throw a number of smooth stones
into the fire; dig a hole in ground
nearby. When stones are red hot put
tnem into tne hole, keep them as level
as possible, cover with Green leaves
grass or branches. Place potatoes on
this, cover with more leaves and then
cover all with a layer of sand or
Make a small hole through sand
down to the food and turn in a little
water, stop up hole immediately and
allow food to steam an hour. Serve
potatoes with melted butter.
MILLIONAIRE ARTIST ILL AT
SUMMER HOME ,
Mrs. Harry Pavne Whitnev. scuId-
tress and artist of New York, who
was operated on for appendicitis re-
cenuy ana win remain at her summer
home m Westbury, L. 1., until sria
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