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title: 'Morgan County republican. (Versailles, Mo.) 1906-1914, September 06, 1906, PICTORIAL, COLOR, AND MAGAZINE SECTION, Image 11',
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OF INTEREST TO BOTH THE COOK
An Aid for the Laundreta That la
Easily Prepared Three Dainty
Deaterts That Are Appetiz
ing Molaea Vinegar.
JAVKU.K WATKIl. To una Ballon
fif water mid a ouo-pounil can of chlo
ride of lime and four iioiitnlK of com
mon wiikIiIiik Hoda u xodit. Allow
It lo hoi I ten inlntitcH. When cool
turn Into hottlex, fruit Jars or atone
A cupful In it tub of water will
loosen illrt In tin: moat Dolled cloth
ItiK. hlcnehliiK perfectly. It will cut
crease anil dirt out of cooking iiIcmhIIh,
iilnkn and drain plpea. Dilute the
Javelin water for all except for waali
Ins clothes. Keep tightly corked and
MOI.AHillOH VINICfiAlt. Ono pint
of New Orleans iiioIhhhoh ntlrrcd Into
a quart of rain waler. Tie immuulto
nettliiK over llio open crock (earthen
waio) containing (lie tnlxtiiri) to ox
rludu dtiHl and net In a warm clo:iel by
nlKliI, In a iiiinny window by day. It
should be Hour In a fortnight. Htialn
IIKAIIN'AISH SAUCK, Meat the
yolks of two ckks very lli;lit, put Into
a round bottomed saucepan and set In
oiin of lioillii-; water, stir Into II, a few
drops at a time, tlnee tahleHpoonfuta
of naiad oil, lieatliiK an you stir: then,
as Kradunlly, the same quantity of
bollltiK water; next, one tablenpoonfiil
of lemon Juice, a dash of cayennu and
It Is served with all sorts of fish;
also with chops, cutlets and steaks.
I.KMO.N .SNA I'M. One , one tea
cupful of suuar, one-half teacup of
butler, three teaspoonfuls of milk, one
leaspoonfnl of cream tartar, one-half
teaciipful of soda, two small lemons,
Juice of two and crated rind or one;
Hour lo mix lather tit I IT. Roll and cut
out with a cake cutter.
CHICKS!) I'lJlJWNf. (irate cheese
and crush hiokcn and dried bread and
crusts Into line ciiiiiiIm. There should
be l-.vo eiipruN of l bono to one of
cheese. Wet the ciumbs with two cup
fills of milk, In which has been dis
solved a bit of soda no larwr than a
lima bean. Ileal two e(U'.s HkIiI, whites
and yolks apart; whip the yolks Into
the soaked crumbs with a tablespoon
I ill of melted butler. .Season with salt
and a dust of cayenne, add the fiothed
whites, deftly ami rapidly; bake In a
Kieawd puddlm; dish In a brisk own,
keoplnu the dish covered until the
fondu has purfed hU;h and Is crusty on
top. Then brown lightly and servo at
fJHUMA.M I'UIT IIAM.S. Moll one
cup or milk, tluee ounce.-i or butter,
and live ounces or Hour until done.
When partly cooled, add rour okk:i, one
lablcspooiiriil of siiKiir and a little
cinnamon. Drop by tcaspoonl'iilt Into
hot fat arid serve sprinkled with pow
MORE PULQUE IEINQ DRUNK.
Symbolism In Jewelry.
Hymbollsm Is Ih-Iiik Introduced Into
Jewelry with happy effect by an i.rtlst
who desli;ns beautiful ornaments ror
women Komellmes the settltiK nym
boll.es an attribute of the wearer, and
ualn It relates to the history or lo
Komi of the Jewel Itself. Ills mauler
piece In a pendant JiiHt finished for
the wire of a mlllloiiali e hanker. Hhe
took to him a beautiful emerald and
asked to have It net In a symbolic
pendant. The artist bad read Hint
When the Spaniards conquered I'eru,
larne collectloiiH of emeralds were
found amoni; the hoards of I he Incus.
These were taken back to Kurope.
The fact of the disco vol y was utill.eil
In the artist's design. The 10111 was
net IiukkoiI to the bosom of a lit lit;
A .tee koiI. In bis hauilii, which met
above the Jewel, he I - J r I a small dia
mond, slmulalliiK a lamp, and he wan
pcerlnj; wonderlncly Into the luminous
depths of the Kreen stone.
Two largo liotaloes, four okkm, twt
tabhispooiiH cream, two tablespoons
sweet wine, two tablespoons lemon
Juice, half teaspoon crated iiutmcK
Midi the potatoes and beat them lb;ht
ly with a fork. Meat the okki well,
leiivlm; out one of the whiles. Add
the other Ingredients and beat them
ull together for at least 20 minutes.
Have plenty of hot butter or lard In
the frying kettle; drop a tablespoon of
the hatter at a time Into It and fry
until a golden brown. .Servo with
"Sand" la a Good Thing.
In hanging Chinese lanterns on the
porch and about the grounds In Ui
Hummer, alwajH put a couple of hand
fills of wind In the bottom of the pa
per lanterns mound the cup which
holds tlm candle. This prevents the
lantern fiom swaying, and In case of
Ignition It separates the lantern and
prevents the Hume from spreading,
It la 8horter.
U the modern slant! "skldoo" any
Improvement on the old slauil "sko
Uttddle','" Imlsvllle Couilcr-Jouniul.
Mexico City Gets Away With 800,000
Litre Every Day.
The consumption of pulque In Mex
ico city In rapidly IncreanlnK, and
tho hauling of tho drink Is becoming
ono of Iho principal sources of rev
cnun on a number of linen entering
On nearly every railroad entering
tho city a special pulque train In run
Into tho city dally and many of tho
regular freight trains carry large
numbers of cam containing tho popu
During tho month of .Tune threo
railroads, the lllldago, the Mexican
and the luleroceanlc, carried Into tho
city r,!i,Rr, barrels and 331 skins full
of the pulque gathered within a radliiH
of sixty miles of the city. The Na
tional, tho Central and tho smaller
linos brought In an amount probably
half as great.
Allowing that the population of
Mexico rlly is 400,000 men, women
and children, the quantity of pulque
brought Into the oily dally Is suf
ficient tn supply almost two liters to
every individual. I)o you di Ink your
share? Dining tho month of .lime I I,
085,200 liters of pulque wero hiougbt
into the city, as In one barrel there
are 2fi0 liters and In one skin til) liters.
During each day of the mouth an av
erage of 74ii,2C.1 liters was brought to
The amount thus reckoned In ex
elusive of the pulque brought to tho
city In wagons and on iniilebuck from
tho nearby hacleiidau.
North Dakota Solves the Adulteration
North Dakota hooiiih to have found
the key to tho question, "How shall
wo piotect the people fiom fiaudii In
manufactured products?" A new law
has recently gono Into effect designed
lo make It Impossible to deceive peo
ple Into buying Inferior and adulter
ated paint under the impression that
ttiey are getting real paint, l..; pure
while lead and linseed oil.
The Ninth Dakota lawmakers did
not attempt to absolutely prohibit the
Inferior pigments, or mixtures of
pigments. They adopted the slogan,
"Let tho label tell," and then left to
the people to buy whichever they
Under this plan, If nny one wishes
to buy a mixture of rock-dust, ground
quart, and other cheap elements
which are found In many paints and
so-called "white leads," no one can
object; for they do II with their eyes
open. 1 1 tit. IT they prefer genuine
while lead and linseed oil, I bey can
bo sure of getting II, for none but
the genuine iiitlele can Icar u label
which says "pun; white lead."
In all other States mlxtuien ate of
ten sold (is pure while lead which
contain little sometimes no real
It would seem that were this saino
principle applied lo food, beverages
and all other prepared articles, where
deception Is practiced upon the buy
er, Iho question would he solved. It
would leave us free to buy what we
pleased, but would protect us from
unwittingly buying what wo did not
Vanishing Rural Industries.
The gradual cessation, one after
another, of the countryside Industries
Is ono of the principal reasons why the
peasant owner has vanished fiom the
land . Thatching and woodcraft huve
been killed by ruial councils, with
their cra.o for slated roofs, and by tho
substitution of other materials for
timber. The cottager can no longer
oven burn wood, but must liny coal,
Blnce bis fireplaces are not fashioned
for the consumption of fagots. Ixu
don Kstules (inotto.
Deadly New Mine.
Mullets fiom the new 110 caliber
rifles or the United States army whirl
with great lapldlly. The rilling gives
one revolution of tho bullet about Ita
axis In ten Inches. At the muzzle the
velocity of the bullet Is U.tiOO feet a
second, which means 2,700 turns a
second, assuming that the bullet does
not strip lu the rilling. Tho circum
ference of (he bullet Is .!M2 of an
Inch, which gives a peripheral velocity
of 2,000 Inches each second, or l'J.000
feet a minute.
European Nations In Africa.
Of Africa's area of 11,600,000 squaro
miles, (Jieat Mrltaln owns 2,700,000
and France 3,800,000, Including Mada
gascar. IxiwIV KliiRln Minder Clear has a rich
tiiritn. Your doulur or J-owIh' Factory,
1'corln, III. "
(Jerclps might be appropriately
termed misfortune tellers.
Mn. Wlrulow'a Nimthlna flrrnu.
Cor rbllilraa taetlilnir, aortrni tlm kuiih, railuraa Is.
tawmaiiua ,aja;i pkla. curM wUiil cullu. ittc butu.
A poor man luu't nocoBsarlly a cheap
All Chemically Pure.
Tho mistaken Idea of a few yearn
ago, about Alum In Making Powders
being Injurious, no longer prevail., or
scarcely exists. It Is a well estab
lished fact by chemical analysis that
Cream of Tartar being less volatile
than Alum, when exposed to heat, Is
not entirely vaporised an Is tho caso
with Alum, hut leaves a residue In tho
broad, which Is Injurious. Alum, on
tho contrary, Is entirely evaporated
wbllo iHirformlng Its function during
process of baking, leaving no atom of
injurious reslduoua substance. Tho
woids "Chemically Pure" erroneously
used lo deslgnalo Cream of Tartar
from Alum baking powder is a mis
notnpr. Making Powder made of pure
Alum Is as chemically pure as made
from pure cream of tartar. These
words mean nothing more nor less
than pine chemicals, and In no way
can they Imply that one baking pow
der Is Alum and another Cream of
Tartar. Alum has been declined to bo
wholesome: an established fact. Kv
ery large waler system In tho cities
along the Missouri llvor use Alum In
largo quantities to purify the water
before pumping It Into their water
mains for consumption, Cieam of Tar
tar baking powder Is pet haps good
enough for any ono; Alum baking
powder Is better, and very much
Labor the Oreat Quality.
Tho most beautiful actions of the
humun body, and the highest results
of tho human Intelligence, are condi
tions or achievements, of quite unla
borlous nay. of recreative effort. It
Is tho negative quantlty--or quantity
of de fect which has to bo counted
against every Feat and of de fect which
has to be counted against every Fact
or Deed of men. In bilef, It Is that
quantity of our toll which wo die lu.
Automoblllsts In Shanghai.
There Is no tipeed limit for autos
outsldo the city of Shanghai, China.
Within the city 30 miles an hour lu
SmokciN ha vo to call for li.-wiV Mingle
Hinder citfiir to eL it. Vour dealer or
Ia-wIh' Fiictniy, i'eorin, III.
Mice and conclusions are not synon
ymous, yet women Jump at both.
rtJTNAM FAT1KLKH8 DYER, arc h,t
lo light and waalilng and retor more good
than olhcrn. Wo per package
Wo can generally avoid lot et
trouble by not saying what wo think.
Remarkable Flfl Tree.
Tn inn crn r.ten nf thn RabV rni-ttfl,
Durham, Knglantl. Is a fig tree which
has A spread of branches from 20 to
24 fcot. It was brought from tiaiy,
In 1786, and Is kept under glass.
AVfegctabte PreparriionTor As
Ung the Stomachs and Dowels of
Opium,Monliinc nor Mineral.
Not Haiic otic .
A perfect Hcmeily Tor Constipa
tion. Sour Slnmach,L)iarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions ,Fcvcri9tV
nc3s nml Loss or Sleep.
Tac Simile Sitfrwlure of
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER.
tmc Hintm cra-Mnv. mm hm mtv.
IbltFS NO MONEY TILL CURED-Sff8
IMC UUO. TSUTUI M IfCTU.
Iq (MM1 ornrc f 3t tnton )1
t.. 40 K v.-'- V UJ-JT
l.. : i, mi .. n Bj
Ifmoro than ordinary okill in playing bringc tho honoro of the
game to tho winning playor, co exceptional merit in a romody
onuureo tho commendation of tho well informed, and as a rea
conablo amount of outdoor lifo and recreation ia conducive to
tho health and strength, eo does a perfect laxativo tend to ono'a
improvement in caoco of conGtipation, biliouonoao, headaches,
etc. It is all important, however, in selecting a laxativo, to
chooso ono of known quality and oxcollonco, liko tho over
pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by tho California Fig
Syrup Co., a laxativo which swootons and cleanses tho oystom
offectually, vhon a laxativo is noeded, without any unpleasant
after effects, aa it acts naturally and gently on tho internal
organs, simply assisting nature when naturo needs assistanco,
without griping, irritating or debilitating tho internal organs in
any way, as it contains nothing of an objectionablo or injurious
nature. Aa tho plants which aro combined with tho figs in
tho manufacture of Syrup of Figs aro known to physicians to
act most beneficially upon tho system, tho remedy has mot
with their gonoral approval ao a family laxative, a fact well
vorth considering in making purchases.
It is because of tho fact that SYRUP OF FIGS
is a remedy of known quality and excellonco, and approved by
physicians that has led to its use by co many millions of well
informed people, who vould not uso any remedy of uncortain
quality or inferior roputation. Every family should havo a
bottlo of tho genuino on hand at all times, to uso when a
laxativo remedy is required. Plcaso to remember that tho
genuino Syrup of Figs is for Ealo in bottles of ono sizo
only, by all reputable druggists, and that full namo of tho
company California Fig Syrup Co., is plainly printed on
tho front of every package Rogular pnco.OOc per bottlo.
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(ALT9RNIA flG SyHUP
"Puga" Ordered from Seattle.
Tho chief of .ollce of Kuattlo, be
lieving that prize llghlerii bring crlm
Inula and othor undciilralilea lu their
train, baa ordered all pugillatii, train
era and othera connected with the
ring to leavo tho city or Uke uu auuio
60 Bua. Winter Wheat Per Acre
Tlial'a lh jrUI.I iifllalui't Cro.a If v l.rl.S Wlnll
Wltwftt. Hauil ftti In uiap fur if- itti" l n. M
l.oi Ul'.fil nt WlliUr WliU, ld, llil, i,rr,
TliMoiiiy. n, Jiiiihf, Tr..u-. for llf ilillnii-AllZKUl(llill(H..S.i'.S.I.HCra.WI.
li fntctr d with i ThaHunn's Fwa Water
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llir Mmr rrtHin miiw w ir umt
hoiim ftnil fullr nimpllfng with liiuranrriilt;i. T'i
(iimrtnlM to rfunrmunir 1 1 imI iml ilil I n MM
itnia. lfuftnirBiriinironrquf. "'.""!"-
Ulllltt Msbt Co.,
N.lUUIadHI, C'blfKO, 1U.
Ta Our, or Monty RtrfundtJd by Your Morohont. So. Why Not Try IT T Price. SOo. Retell.