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NUGGETS FROM W00DR0W
The nation ha awakened to a sense
81 neglected Ideals and neglected da
ta. The tariff has become a system of
We stand face to face with great
question! of right and Justice.
Parties and platforms and candV
itoUa should be frankly put under ex
amination to see what they will yield
us by way of progress.
The only way you can conduct poll
tics Is In widening circles, not In nar
I regard this campaign simply as a
continued struggle to see to It that the
people are taken care of by their own
If prosperity is not to be checked In
this country we must broaden our
borders and make oonquest of the mar
kets of the world.
There is nothing so healthful and
economical as good soup In France
one finds it on the table daily; and
they have learned there to make it
to perfection, with or without meat.
Celery Soup Strain the liquor
from one quart of oysters, and add
enough water to make three quarts
of liquid. Take three bunches of
celery, clean and cut into half-inch
lengths. Boil in the oyster water
until in rags, rub through a sieve;
then return to the saucepan. When
it boils up, add a cupful of flour ,
tht has been smoothly blended
with one cupful of sweet milk. Boil
until the consistency of rich cream;
salt and pepper to taste.
Ham and Egg Soup.- Take three
pints of stock in which ham has
been boiled Blend smoothly two
tablespoonfuls of flour in a cup of
the cool liquor, and, when the stock
boils, stir in without lumping. Place
three well-beaten eggs in a tureen
with a tablespoonful of chopped
parsley and several crackers. Pour
soup over this and serve.
Fish Soup.- Boil a large cod's
head, which has been well-cleaned,
in a gallon of water. When done, j
strain through a sieve, add a cupful
of rice, one onion, and a grated car
rot. Boil slowly one hour, then add
the fish picked from the head, a
little parsley and two pints of do- ;
tatoes. Season with salt, pepper
and a little cream. I
Potato Soup In two quarts of
boiling water, put a tablespoonful
of butter, a chopped onion, half a
a cup of chopped celery and eight
small potatoes which have been
grated while raw. Cook twenty or
thirty minutes, season with salt and
pepper, and serve with squares of
lightly toasted brei
Pea Soup. Be a pint of dried
or green peas ir wo quarts oi wa
ter with an .lion. Season with
one tablesp.. .nful nt "ufiar, one of
butter; add salt ana wrnto v
Thicken with flour in milk.
White Soup. Boil three large po
tatoes, four tomatoes (or one cup
ful canned), three small onions, in
three pints of water until soft; rub
through a sieve; add a cupful of
soaked tapioca Boil twenty min
utes longer, then add a tablespoon
ful of butter, with salt and pepper.
Heat a pint of milk; thicken with a
teaspoonful of flour, rubbed in same
amount of butter. Pour this 'into
the soup, and boil up. Serve over
small squares of toasted bread.
Vegetable Soup. Boil together a
cupful each of chopped potato, tur
nip, carrot, cabbage, onion and cel
ery. When this has cooked until
tender, add a quart of meat stock
or a quart of water, add a table
spoonful of butter; season with a
teaspoonful of sugar, salt and pep
per. Color with browned flour,
which has been smoothly blended
in a little milk.
Tomato Soup. To a pint of to
matoes add one pint of water. Sea
son with one tablespoonful of sugar,
one of butter, with salt and pepper.
Mix one tablespoonful of flour in
one cupful of milk, and stir into
tomatoes when boiling. Put a pinch
of soda in the tomatoes before add
ing the milk, and then it will not
curdle. Serve with oyster crackers
or squares of buttered bread.
Rice Soup. In one quart of wa
ter, boil slowly a small cupful of
rice. Season with chopped onion,
chopped parsley, a teaspoonful of
sugar, salt and white pepper. After
simmering a half hour, add a quart
of milk and let simmer about an
hour longer: then add half a cupful
of olives chopped fine, and serve.
Plain rice soup can be made, using
it in soup stock.
Little Jennie was always asking
questions. You d better keep still,
or something will happen to you,"
his tired mother finally said to him.
"Curiosity once killed a cat, you
Johnie was so impressed with
this that he kept silent for three
minutes. Then he said:
"Mother, what did the cat want
to know." Ex.
Grandpa invited Dorothy to go
with him to feed the chickens, the
morning after her arrival at the
farm. On her return to the house
she inquired shyly: "Grandpa do
all hens eat with their noses?"
Mrs. Clarence McClintic enter
tained a few of her friends on Fri
day afternoon at cards in honor of
her sister, Mrs. Geo. Moore, of Kan
sas and friend, Mrs. Bradshaw, of
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