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The Cooking and Serving of the
FOR SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER.
It's Hard to Invert a Novelty For the
Cheess Course, but Here's One Tha i
Will About Fill the Bill With Little
Trouble cr Expense.
In i >'; apple sauce find ap
: are Ihe ouly ways of serv
ilaut fruit, bui there are
of other styles that v. :n be
quite as appetizing. The fol
:!><'< .-iiv ail tried and i
Compote.—Pare a <i ,■■.
le large apples and carefully re-
■ ■■ . add p >v. -
H< in.- Set a can of
v epan of water
over the fire and ]<•! the water si: .
:; or twenty minutes. Open the
can close to the edge, drain off the
liquid, then turn the salmon on to the
center of a serving dish. Surr
with potatoes cul In lengthwise quar
ters i r In balls cooked tenaer and
• -!. <larnish with a hard cooked
ut in quarters. Servo egg sauce
in a sauce boat.
Egg Sauce. -Melt two tablespoonfuls
of butter, iv 11 cook two tablespoonfuls
of flour and one-fourth :i teaspoonful
cupful of cold wa
ter and stir until boilii)^. Draw to a
d i pistachio nut:
E ■. ■, c
. of her
i | pass the
-. □ a
To Mand Tablecloth.
i a frayed h baste a
; sheer muslin 01
of the cloth, fceep
nearly as p<>s>i;.le
leir proper position; then place
. art «>f the cloth In an embroidery
hoop and darn over and under the
frayed threads and into the firm doth
Inch or two on either side. Use. if
M£*k\,U'. linen thread pulled from a
ißx? of new table linen. After laun-
the mended place in the cloth
Wfll hardly be noticed.
CQLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER .'0 1910.
THE SHRINKING HAT.
Its Latest Form Is th s ~Chic Crocheted
5 "i£ Si X
""•■>•■ bavins nothing mo
"< -tin or other
"» °J I 1"' 7«w,, in from or a
Blde iM ™U tbe plainness ol
surrounding the head.
,, A 1";° M Weutical with these fashion
hats. w f ar as form v (
are the or
„-«,, ,S ° !■"" n">:'
nill '■ used for all so
• duriuK the wintry we: I
Tll"u-1' '!"■ latter style of b.
"ers ' uients of ■• r
combined win, the softness " ..f fino
wools, if cow .1 Qe ver hi
11 '' "!"1!) tUe fancy of worn •■■ thai h
1: a had tot |,eir tninds beei
for i: b >- a" the h ,nl fovevinjis r.?
Sl'ill!'-iiiu: it in ; , L: i-,,;ih r or li
til;n : re. To fas
:l ca l' one has only to follow
dire i ions;
Make a chain of foui
■i"!i: '" a vh\K. Now wor
groups of puff* in this riup a
Chain 01 c. :: Y arn ■ -' . draw :i
1 ■-!! the pi
Repeal from * around and j ■
by via ii t'Xl i.i ._ r >:: > iv
S! il .'!.
Fourth rouii .
Fifth round in [\ and
Sixth round increase in tb
sixteenth and twenty-fourth stit< lies.
S«'\ enth round increase in I
and twenty-eighth -
Eighth, ninth and tenth rounds witb
out in. reas.
Now work four rounds for the turn
over, but turn your work each round.
A Hint Book.
"I have a friend who is an old fash
ioned housekeeper, bless her," said a
"One of Hi" iireatest conveniences
that she h.-t s Invented H a 'book <>f
hints.' Slie keeps banging npon tho
peg near where she sews a blank
book with .•! pencil attached. When
ever she reads or bears of some con
venient way of doing something or of
arranging any matter personal or
household sJie jots v down. Her book
«,f hints, as she calls it. is w >rthy of
••I ,-.,. .peil into II the • and
Hare snd "!">•..
i pour I) stirring
It Is w: - ■ ' v !
Keep a I"1?''1' of ai
any fabric. A ! ■
mouia tail : i! 1 ;li!""<t cv"
cry Ins i nc • tl ' '<■>• v^
Vases, vinegar eniets and oth< r ot
tles may be cleaned with a handful of
riw rice in soapsuds vigorously s
.', The rice is better than shot for
rll is purpose and polishes as well as
green, blue, lavender and pink
color, in wash <^U soak in alum
,-ater Black, dark blue and gray
should be soaked in strong salt water
\ Humor and
A Hy VX/MCA.M M. SMITH
fpHE party telephone line is a preni
sweet i uer i»f I lie monotony o
If only some genius would do awuj
with tbe telltitle little '•lids bappiues.s
would be i-uuii -
It requires brains ;is wHI us indus
try to make success and. added to these,
unnumbered :•• ilures.
Some persons are so dense that they
couldul |)la.f v - ii liaud in ibe
of lilt- i: thej Uud the t>est cards m
Tbe man who is afraid he will do
too much work is ap: to Bud himseli
with n-Mif tw d when a pinch comes.
Many a woman would i»e supremely
happy if -li«- i mild only be as iudepeud
cut as her ser\ ahi ■_
When a woman Tails to Inugb ai her
iusli.i nd s ji > >s he deplores her failing
sense- of hu nior.
The besi n y to get a story into
quick circul n i m is by to a
ma it >■<! w ■
The man who i ■
. . .
"■ . . ...
"No ■ a in-
■-! . y so.
i\\\ hi' i • :
"That n an ia
; to flow,
...ii j ou Know
His wot a job.
Ton say be uever quarrels with his
--"Sol e\ !■;■ "
'"I wonder !.- ->v if happens."
"He Isn'i iimn i«-(l
The (Jflzr-ttp prints thf news.
i\ / :
Sophomore clothes may be had of
Whitehouse Clothing Co.
Town oF Six Hundred Has Built Four
Miles of Cement Walk.
In th" southwest corner of Reno
county, Kan., where the El \'.<<> di
visi"n '•'■ the Rock Island railroad
crosses the Larnod branch of the Mis
souri PacifiV milroad, is ti-,. town of
Turou, \\i i, h the 19W census r
gives a population of f»l2. Some eighi
een months ajrn a commercial niub was
orpuiize<l in Turon. I's roll now num
bers I"- i. si nce its organiza
four foot l-( .
; 'en built in Turon. A
of the -■
ids !•;•.,!■, the Missouri [■
Ilock [slaud depot, a dis
tance of half ii tuiin All the side street.s
art- improved « ;'i« sin [lar w
Some time ago Turon built a
school house. Ii ■ as ! .cated about nine
blocks iS section, and
as soon as ti was finished cement walks
were laid from the business [>arl of
town. Tli it's the way they do thinjrs
il; Turon r ; explain why
Turon has Increased in [i ipulation 02
l'< r ceni since the last «ensus was
Can you beat Turon's record? Are
you trying *o? If not. why not?
In his reoeni Sunday evening c
ment ai the Lexington Avenue Baptist
church in Wood lawn. 111., the Rev.
Melbourne !'. Boyntou spoki of "B
tifui W. ." and praised the
. ■ .
>■ ■ ene.
696, Colfax. v >h.
Ir will • zt-f-p rie
M. A. HOSE
Watches, Diamonds, Jew
elry and Silverware. A
large and complete stock
in each line. Watch in
spector for O-W. R. &N.
COLIII, - WASH.
You Will Haike No Mistake il
You Follow This Colfax
Never neglect your kidneys.
It you have pain in the back, urinary di*
orders, dizziness and nervousness, it's time to
act and no time to experiment. Thuse are all
symptoms of kidney trouble, and you should
te%k h remedy which i« known to cure the
Doan's Kidney Pills is the reined; to use.
No need to experiment. It ha* oared n any
Btnbborn cases in Clt \\. Follow the advice
' f a < lolfax citizen and he oared yourself.
L, Slate, 1136 Meadow street, Ck>lfax, Wash.
says: "For a year I loctjred and used sev
eral well known kidney reme lies without eet
ting relief. The eecretions from my kidneyn
pawed irregularly and I w.w annoyed tilmont
constantly by b ckache t'n my son's advice,
1 used Doan's Xi Iney Pills iknd the c >nteut->
of three boxes ;.f this remedy cured me. I
now have control r the kiduey seoretions
and my pinijj and ;i hes are a thin)? of the
For sale by all dealers. Trie.' 60 cent*.
Foater-Milburn ('<>.. Buffalo, New York, sole
agent* fir the United States
Remember the niuiis- Pnan'.-t—and t;tke no
I AND CURETHELUWCS
|rAfi#OUCHSr :vr •::<:^:>
(gjEl THE NEW WAY.
55y MffWPSS Y. v d in't !■• ed a smi ke
: i ( -■/' JS"-- ■*" imjw : i: •:. rii '■ aroma
E. H. WRIGHT CO., k«.« City, m«.
Sold and Guai .
13A..a8,T0^ MiUi CO.
G HOT SPRINGS
Highly Mb* .ulized
1 rnto round lrt| ••>
foi illustrated hookt.-t to
DR. W. T. PHY
od H(i HOT LAKE, OKI G
Goods that have been under
water will not be sold to any
person without telling them
"W". H. Lacev
'tnz^ttp eluhbiotz ratm khvc > ou money
Notice to Creditors.
Notice it hereby given t.v the nnfitrtisjied
executors of the urn will „•, | testament ■>'
Carrie M. B«cb, deceaaed, to the creditor! '.r
and Hi! persons having claims *Kai!i*t « rt :<l de
ne*sea or against said e*Ute to exhlbli them
with the neoeasary voucher to the shi.i exeoti
the residence of John H
mile* weat of Pine City, Whitman noanty mate
of naablnffton, which jilact- i« hereby declared
ne place for the trans* tton of tbe
jesg of said .^tate within one yeai
date of tiu> Qrst publication of tiii« notli ■■
i «•, of Brsi publication Dec 2, 1910.
.Kins it BACH
JOHN X B v II
Executors of the last will hh.l testament of
Carrie at. Bach, de
' >..n±. 1.. ( hmnStTJi-i uttorrt^y 'nr Mtatfl
be superior conn i*i vie state ol Wash
ington in .in,i for Whitman county.
in the matter of lou and dislncor
poration ol Hooper Land A Livi xt.x-k Company
h corporation orxanized hihl exUtiua
and by virtue ol the laws of the state of \\h*m-
ereby riven tbmt the stockholders
■'f Hooper Land & Live Stock company, n cor
l>.>rnn,.n, organ! v.l and rusting vi <i.-r an.l t.v
of thelawsof !>-,. -:h>, i Washington,
Itsomceand principal place ol b -
■as. srti.l stau v appli< *tto
petition, to the above entitled court I
and disincorporate v.ii I corporation^ hi<
lutttion has i>n--i Bel for bearing byord< •
above entitled court, al th, court roo
w hitman county courthouse, in the citj i
i«\. Whitman county, state <! Washington on
Monday, the ISth ilny <<i February, 1911, k- the
tioiir of ten o'clock a. m. of %au\ .Ih>. h
CHr:irh Interested therein are reuuented to >„■
and appearat said I t< .■ r,,^:, k
ii any they have, why tin- prayer of said
tioneis should no: be gra
In m itoeu whereof, i
hiui.l aibi affixed the seal ol the above entitle*'!
court, tins me 13th day o' December, 1 HO
Seal] UEO M NEH \| \N
County clerk ami ez-offlcio clerk of tin- above
fi:!:t .'.l ,• irt
Notice of Sal.* of Stock -o Delin
Officfl >.t Whitman Mining Mtd M
.ny. limited, 114 th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that then i
'l"* 1"' -. i | i wi«d
llth day of Ap il, 1910,
amounts set opposite the reapttctii
i Whitman Mi ing .V Mill
m.< I ■ mpanj ma< t .. wr:
■■ .. .1 !
. -i ;
Notice to Creditors
i.\) DURH \.\r,
■ I Lion
, M ] ,:
] he Btate of Wi .% ill lam
H. Skinner, ■ - wile,
Factory, li'l a corporation,
appear in 11 i curt of the m
v> »!' id forWhltn w i:hih
. !.r the date of the Brat publication
■ mraoDj, to-uii: within sixty day*
court. intol the p
in said action, and - rye ■ copy ol your said
J. N. Pickrell ilie underalfti •
for plaintiff, »t hit office ;u < olfai
■ '•■ of \v itb Inert on, and
>tr and defend laid actl
. r thf complaint nf the piaiutiif afor
a tbe Tim.- afoftesal l. [ndgmenl n
rendered against you,according to tbe demand
c shM complaint, which basbeeu Bled with
the clerk of nail court. The object ol (tie
■ ntitled action ii toouit and •
t> William H. Skinner and Mm. William
H. hkin> er, his wife, from sal 1 re«i <■*<»;<■ in
piaiiitiirs complaint Bpeciflcally described hu.i
and a portion of the real eetate hereinafter de
scribed, and to recover po^ießßion thereof, and
to forever foreclose,cut ofl hihl .-xf-imie the
defendants Hkinnen from any claim, inrerest
or lien therein—to reform certain in-tr.
affecting the title to the real estate herein and
in plaint BTs com plaint described, and ton
certain clouds or apparent elonda o
f; th«t the real estate affected tbeieby
■ fc-rri_<l to herein to which iilaint;:!' Igen.
• wion th< reof umi from which
■ sires to oust nnil fj>Tr the ''cf.'iiilantg
skinners It situated in Whitman ronnty, state
ol Wa&hington, and desci to.wit:
mthwest quarter (S'.v;,.,j ami the south
east quarter of the northwest quarter hk of
NWl^)and lot three (•')) of section thirty-four
township fourteen (14; north thiw forty
A ■>■!. m id
seven, and the southwest quarter ol
northwest ■ i riart«-r (SW ' , of
113 uorth -
ii. E.W M., excepting therefrom tbatcer
taia truct owned by Mar; X. Suiter, an
Bled with the clerk oi said court. The ol
of the ab.-.ve entitled acti
vorce upon the grounds of drunkenness, • I
trentmeut. wilful desertion without cause, mil
ob tbe part of toe defendant to oonb
ute toward tbe support of the pUiutiil.
I>A!ed November 2:; rd, 1910
H i ■ N a A H a n n a ,
Attorneys for Plamtitf.
Postoffife address: Colfax, Whitman county,
First publication November 25, UlO.