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"Well, I'm going to now," Said i departed.she snuggled upon her hus
Jim and did. And Dolly did not band's knee and they made up for it
care. For, when their friends had ' (copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
"UPWARD" TENDENCyTn" FALL MILLINERY
The "Odette," one of the chic models in fall millinery. It is made of
carbeau panne and rose trim. This design displays the "upward" trend of
the new styles in hats.
Select firm peaches of fine flavor.
Peel and cut in halves. Put in pre
serving kettle, cover with boiling wa
ter and cook until tender. Sterilize
the cans by placing them in bettle of
cold water, bring water to boiling
point and boil 15 minutes. Fill cans
with the stewed fruit, add hot juice
until cans overflow, and screw on.
tops and rubbers.
Invert cans over night Apply
melted paraffin to edge of covers,
wrap each can separately in paper
and store in a cool, dark place.
Pears, apples, plums, apricots and
other large fruits may be canned in.
the same way.
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