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4 TN SPAIN? NO! ON FIFTH AVENUE
Spain and the orient come to Fifth av. with" this headwear. The black
silk chantilly veil is draped in harem effect from a velvet-brimmed hat The
crown is trimmed with jet.
t OPEN JAR PICKLES
Soak cucumbers in a weak brine
made of 2 cups of coarse salt and
1 gallon of water. Take 1 gallon of
the best cider vinegar, add 2 cups of
brown sugar, 2 ounces of mustard
seed, 2 ounces of ground mustard, 1
tablespoonful of celery seed, 1 ounce
of ginger root, chopped or broken,
and 1 cupful of salt Stir until thor
oughly mixed and then turn into a
Wipe the pickles after taking from
the weak brine and drop them Into
the prepared vinegar. Keep the top
of the crock covered with a cloth.
Stir thepickles every two days. Keep
in a cool place.
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