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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. IT., TUESDAY, JUNE 23. 1914.
Story of the
Dm ' ' 1 M 1,ka&" toa.
lUtutrmlitm, by VOH ). LAVIN
(cuffiikltt. 114. by rrsiik A. M imssj
( ooilniic.1 from Yewlenlair.)
"Mira!" be suld. holding out a piece
lit riMk; am! when Hooker gazed at
tlie chunk of quart ho poll, ted to the
specks (if gold and grunted, "Oro!"
"Heguro!" answered Huil. und going
down Into hi pocket, he produced au
Two Men, On of Thsrn Ruralal"
other Ilka It. At this the Yaqul corked
lila head to una side and regarded him
"Why you no dig; itoldT" ha asked
at luttl, and Uiwu.ltud tuld, klui. tlie
"We have an enemy," tie aald, "who
Might etoul It frtmi ua. 80 uuw a
wait for papera. When gel them,
"Ab!" breathed Anilgo, Ma fare sud
denly clearing up; "and cau 1 work
lor you thou?"
"81." answered Dud. "fur four dol
lam a day. Hut uuw you help tu
Watch, ao nobody cornea."
) "HUtnou!" x luimi-d the Indian,
well autlalled. and after that he spent
.houra on the hilltop, Ida black bead
tli mat oat ovrr the i-reat like a chuck
walla, 11 surd aa ha couued the laud
I Mo the daya went by until three
weeks hkj passed, and atill no paper
Icsme. Aa hia amiety Increased I'htl
fell Into the habit of staying In town
overnight, and finally he wa (one for
to day. The third day waa drawing
to a close, and Dud waa getting rest-
Ilea, when suddenly he beheld the
'Yaqul bounding down the hill In great
len pa and making signs down the
"Two nien!" he called, dashing tip to
the tent; "one of thetn a rural!"
W hy a rural r' asked Ilud, myitl
fled. "To take me!" cried Amlgo, atrlklng
.himself violently on the breast. "Lend
iu your rlfla!"
' "No," antwered Ilud, after a pause;
"you might get Into troiilile. Kun and
hide In the rock I will signal you
when to rome back."
"Muy bleu," aald the Taqul obedl
er.tly, and. turning, he went up over
rocks like a mountain-sheep, bounding
front boulder to boulder until he die
appeared among the hi!!to. Then,
as Hud brouKht In hla home and abut
Mm hastily Inside hla corral, the two
riders came around the poiul a rural
Now, In Mculro a rural, a Ilud well
knew, nieuns trouble and Aragon
meant more troulile, trouble for hint.
Certainly, ao busy a man a In Ciprl-
auo would not coma clear to hit camp
to help capture a Yaqul dearter, Ilud
sensed II from the atart that thll waa
another attempt to get onealon of
their nilue. and he awaited their com'
" 'rl tardea," he aald In reply to the
rural abrupt aalule, and then he
Blood ailunt before hia tent, looking
them over ehrewdiy. The rural waa
hard looking cltlaen. M many of
them are. but on thla occaalon he
seemed a trifle embarreeaed, glancing
tuuuirliigly at Aragou. A for Aragon
he wan ic-ilttg at a long line of jerked
meat which Amlgo had bung out to
dry. and hi drooled t-ya opened up
suddenly a ha turned hi cold regard
"Benor," ha Bald, Bpeaklng with an
accusing harshness, "we arm loiklug
for the inua wbd are stealing my
tattle, and I aee wa have not far to
go. V here did ou get that BieatT"
"1 got It from a deer," returned
Ilud; "there la hia hide ou the teuce;
ou can aee it If you'll look."
The rural, glad to create a diver
luu, rode oer B'd eiaiulned the bide
and came back aetisned, but Aragou
wa but ao elly .ieJ.
t ra rlgiit, he demanded true.
nlenilv, 'do o'i, an American, kill
ih'ir In our country? Have you the
pc Inl penult which I required?"
' No, R.-iior, " answered Hooker an
belly; ' Hie di-cr u killed by a Meg.
lean I hate working for me!"
' Ha!" sneered Aragon, and then ha
"Wlcro I (hit Mexican T" Inquired
the rntnl, ti In professional luatlncl
arouncil. and whlle'liud wun eiplalnlng
thai ho waa out In the htlla eoine
where, Aragon apurred hi horae up.
ducr and peered curiously Into hi
"What are you looking for!" da
niHiiiled Hooker hharply, and then Ara
gon showed bin hand
"I am looking for the drill and drill
KHon." he an Id; "fue one you stole
when you took my mine!"
"Then get buck out of there!""crled
Hud, aeUing hla bone by the bit and
throwing hlin Imi k on hi hauuehea;
'and aiay oul!" he added, aa he
dropied hi hand to hla gun. "Hut If
the rural wlHhe to hearcb," he aald,
turning lo that Betounded official, "he
la welcome lo do ao."
"Muchu graclaa. no!" returned the;
ruriil. ehaking a linger In front of hi 1
TODAY'S LIVE NEWS
OF SUNSHINE STATE
S H H EMPIRE
Valencia County Officials Be
fore Judge Mechem on Pe
culiar Charge, Made by H.
H. Schutz of Los Lunas.
at Hanover and Pinos Altos
Will Be of Importance to
Silver City and Vicinity,
' T'nwdered aniar la not hiterrhante.
' b tl with gr.inuliiieil miaul In nmny
1 lntnncra; thiee X enaic innkea n
I he'ivy nke, Imi, on the ether hund.
I arnn'iltited aua.ir loe not onike aHMl
'loxil Icing or tnei itixiie. Hreml lli.ur
ciilinul .lie iiIii.iii:.'.I In fine pnKirv
for pnmry flour, nor inn It he iih.il
1 In fine c uke wiih ao'ul remilia: eoulh
ern cornrneHl curtnoi he utMitulei in
like inniiiiiiv for I he coarae, grnnu
luted yelow men I.
j Anolher very xeneml inimnke Ilea
in cooklna dlhea lona before they ere
needed, end allowing to ji'niiner: In
tioiir inixniree they become nnntv
when thiK I done, In eitf n 1 1 x 1 11 1 . e
thiv l.ecome curdled And there la
nciluiia wore Oihii the ciikioiii of
1imkm unliid ilrefKlna nheml i f lime
in the kitchen oi inniry 1 he hoone
wife nln.iilil nieke the drewlna lit the
tnlile. ioiir It oer the dit. erlvp lef
tuce or other aretnn. toim, end nerve
lit once. Another mliHiike ll In iimke
11 en IikI too eoiir; It In neUlier whole
Mime nor pnhitnhle, I'm- one tnlile
Mioonful of lininit oa vlnemir lo four
f oil. In eiilml-innkliiK the gientot
luxury Ik eliiiillclty.
To rue. however. Ihe Brenteet of nil
defect U the IncV of t ilc nhown In
the Mcjfionlria of exerv-ilav cooklria.
Heii-oiiniK iloen riol cniH In the nee
of unit end , pper iilotie. tine veae
tnl'le will (riMjii, tulv etitwir.ee Ihe f I.I -viir
of nnoiher. A euaitn ion ol aiirih1
or onion numve the enrthy llitvor
froin loll u . nod roumlne a dnnh of
celery locreiiMn the flavor of cah
IntKe; n lic i f union mhlit are illy
lo filewp, onion corriM-ta the hitter
rienn of Ihe cilcillnliel imil Hindi K it
el' mhltnl.iv Two or Ihtee I lovea
and a iny lenf will enhimcp voiir aouii
- 11 hint of tniice In the toinnto noiip,
hnv I.Mif nnd celery In (intiilo Moup,
lllo Itcnwiii Warn mmI.
The color, d defemlnnt, w ho w in
being tried nil n chnrnc of kepplna a
dog without 11 llcenne, tiled repeeleil.
Iv to lnterritil Ihe hioil pioceeilinae.
out em h tune vmim eternb rolern-ed
hy Ihe court. I'Ui.'i llv the Jinlae
turioil to him.
' lo oii w 11 nt the court to under
ntmiil." he mid. "Unit you rcliiKe to
renew ymir dofi lli etine
' Veeenh, hill "
We want no 'hum' Toil mind re
new your llcenee or he fined- Toll
know thnt It expired .in Jainmry l"t.
limi t oii?''
"Yeeenh: hut o did de dog, al--l-nilli-n'
A l'Blihle I'raiid.
"I want yet I' lake that big hoiKh
lump yea mild me back agin," rmld
Mr. Mulciihey, entering the More I"
"Why. whiit'n wrong with If" In
quired the 11-1 011 lelieil merchant.
"Vex nnlil It wim a plniin lnnii."
ronred Mr. Mulciihey. "and ilivll a
chuiie hov HI been llhle f git oul of
It!" tjidlea' Home Journal.
I will give one-fourth off the price
of everv piece of Biiinmi r footwear
In my hia Mock. Tlin la our h,in e
for hiirKMiiiff. Win. rtiaplin, 121 W.
a Herald want ad anve yoil
Socorro, S. M , June 23 Frei
Itecker und Imilnn uni hex. renpec-
face, and then he atrodo over to where : ,v ,.,, ,m.txT Bni, je,t.. o of 1 Kl,.. , ,(l , ,
Arimini wun niutferlna ami nnk. In m 1
"No!" ifianented Aragon, shaking hla
head violently; "no no! I want thla
man ai rented
I the nonce In Valencia coiity. were nr
rented Snt 'it il.iy and drnaxed before
'judae iei hetn In Socorro on the
I .1 1 , i. a! hnvliitf rimoiltted
he cried, turning vln- ,..,. ... ,01.11 l.v nrremu.g II. II
clictlely upon Hud. "ite ba atoien schuix. receiver of the Sonthwi ntern
my tiNilB my mine n.y land! He ha nrl. uliuirl corporntion ncur I on
no buainen here no title! Thl land l.unnn for ohntructlng the pulillc
In mine mil I tell him In en I'rnnlo! " i rouiln. Mr. Keeker cliilltin that
he ahouled. meiiaclna HiHiker with hie I chnta ha, I iiimle u priuthe of letting) ,
riding whip, but Ilud only shifted hlg!"1 " " "f corporation, 'or , lt.v , lum,
feet and atopped liateiilug to hi el-1
which he I- T-eeever, oven low
11)1 roilllS 1 I'PI'III HO 'II H hwhioi', ,1111.1
ini-ii wete now iy irmn nn ine oeooi,-
"No, aenor," he ald, when It wee all who hud to Hint ncctimi of the
over, "this claim belotiga to my prd- highway. Sn'-ial ooticin w re nent
Der, lie Lancey. Vou have no " 'to Mr. Schut u. lining hlrn to Mop
"Ha! He Lancey!" Jeered Aragon,'"'""1""' Hie r 1 ut he puid no ut-
li-lilioll 10 inc:ti alio iiriiiny ne r--
SiUer t'liy, N. M .. June 2.1. Al
ihouxh no Uefliili,. ni.ilementa ha.e
In ch.'iige ot
t lie opeiallona of tl.e Klllpil'c Zirc
ioiiiiany (a aubnlillaiy of the .Mineil
1 noil .urn toiiipa.il at lluuover end
1 '1 m ti Allon, u km uudi rnloud thai a
Mw., i.l.il.t will le I, mil ut the u.r
lin r iiiuip to gnetnte puwet for t"le
upviutioii ul Ihe uie paiation pl.itua
Ml both propetyvn oW(u U 4iy tlna vol-
Ull I 0111III1 , .I'lTIIIWI'l III'
mplre .111c company purvhanvd Hie
11 nd L'ttt-r Kiuup" of eul-
w ho wn
udilctily indulging blmaelf lu a aar-i
t,.nU luli "lU t -...' I tla Kl
" .. . . ".L . .7 , ' Iiim lounnel
n liai a me maiirr; criea nooner, ,.,,,,, v
B the rural Joined In wltb a dertalve ,. ,,,,,, , h.,., ,i,.,t :,oy iin. tf.-ien.e
nnilrk. "Hay, apeak up, hotnbre!" ho Wln, the offn i r or the ourt would he
threatened, BUpplng ctoaer aa hi eye imnihed hy runti n,.r 111m f.linii
took on a dangerous gleam. "And let The road t---.it I t l. u.11 -i . 1 11 ml
me tell you now." ho added, "that If d l-d t.i Mop the in- -in, .- nnvhow.
nnv mnn toiirhMi m hnle of hla hfutd ' -Mr
I'll kill him like a dog!"
The rural backed hla bnrae away, aa
ir BUddeniy uiacovering tnat me Amer- i,llt .l.-manded 11 n upio-al ml nrter
Ican was dangerous, and then, aalut- wurda filed an Infoi inntioii iiunitint
lug respectfully aa be took hla leave, lieiker uml Sum-hex. lu-tii. t Aitor-
"The Penor De Lancey la In Jail!"
They Whirled tholr horses at that
Si hutx wan 11 1 ret ed. laki-n h--
i fore Juntice of the I'eace Sum-hex
1 11 nil tried hy n Jury who fo'ind him
'amity- He wun tilled I-''- und com
rev Tiltmiinti repreeenii d Ihe men
and he holds that there waa no con
tempt 11a the flooding of the roads
and galloped off down the canyon, i.nd ,.,, , lllo Trguiar rtmc flf
as Ilud guxed after them be buret Into hiiHinen of the corporation for
a frenxy of curaea. Then, with the which the receiver wna appointed,
one thought of aettlng 1'bll free, b! Judge Mechem will decide tho mat
ran out to the corral and hurled the! tcr later.
aaddle on hkf horse. I Another Intercut oK raw before
Judge Mechem hnn lo do with a iiihii
daniun proreedlna to force Mux Mini-
.art of Aragon-that hla purdner had rttI1,- for wlia ,, uUM'y whi, ,,
been lmprleoued, aud he ewore lo hava hiia been n-rdre,l imia i,y the county
hlin out or know the reason why. Kl- coiui.iisHioners but which Mmitoyu
tber that or be would go after Aragon refuni-n to pay on the ground that
It waa through Borne chicanery, he
anew tuuia low-down trick on the
aud take It out of bla bide.
It waa outside Hud's simple code
even to question hla parduer'a luuo-
Ihe original claim wua not ewurn to
properly l.v the clnlmanl us provided
hy Itiw. Tho iictlon In In the nature
woith of wild ! i 1 imi I I ... 1 1 1 1 ( y rlainm
In which the iifililav n wi-r slKtieil In
tin- name of the 1 liiioiiuil hy K. II
Sun-I und in know iedaeil before K. H
Si-i-i iih prohate ilerk. AinotiK I h"
lot m on" for uliout Mi(J In fuvor of
H "I. Iliirciiio.
FOR SILVER CITY
n l,i l.,n.. .i,l i.r .iillm h. "f " lent cane Hn tin- coMin Innioliem
i..... 'i,i. i i ,a t.-. a... hae approKeil hunilrcilH of ilollarn'
. IMUI WW .. ' -J ..HV W - J I UWMM
Ho he alapped hla saddle-gun Into
the sling, reached for hla quirt, and
went daahttig down the canyon. At
a turn In the rood he came suddenly
upon Aragon and the rural, split a
way between them, and leaned for- -.TT-,,r
ward a Copper bottom burned up the ixLW STATION LIKLLY
It wag long since the ohlny sorrel
had been given bis bead, and he need
ed neither whin nor spurs but a mil
or two down the arroyo Ilud suddenly
reined him in and looked behind. Then
he turned abruptly up the hlllalde and
Jumped him out on a point, looked
again, and rode slowly back op the
Aragnn and the rural were not In
sight -the question waa, were they
following? For a abort distance he
rode warily, r.ot to be Burprlaed In
hie suspicion; then, aa be found tracka
turning back, he gave head to bis
horse and galloped swiftly to camp, j
The horses of the men he Bought j
stood at the edge of the mine dump, j
and, throwing his bridle rein dow n be
side them, ilud leaped off and ran up ,
tba cut Then ha stopped short and j
reached for hla six shooter. The two.
men were up at the end, down on their
knees, and digging like dogs after a
SjM-Hal Itlaealeh Keealaa vteraM
Pallia J-'u, .N. AI., June a, Aa the
result of a three-cornered v (inference
between the atuto corporation curn
miaxlon, the Santa, Fe Hallway com
pany and Ihe pcopl, 0t Silver City, :t
Ik likely that work will Boon b.-Kln
on a new Santa Fe atutlon for Silver
City. The corporation comrniHanin
approached the railway company on
I hi- HUh)ect following the filing of a
cotnplulii( hy Sliver City people. It
is uinlcmiooil that tho alatlon ueMoti
has heen settled to the aulisf.o toil ol
Wle-n I'n hn-oreil One
"Pa." said Tommy, unking ht
flriy-tlrnl iiii-tlon that evening, "is
a Vennel a bout?"
"Well, yes." mild pa. tring to rend
bin impel, 'you can Call u Vessel M
"Well, what kind of a boat la a
hi I cvcl7"
I "A llli-liont. ..f rnnrir. Now run
Bo eager ei they In their search' off to bed." Ladies' Home Journul
o confident In their fancied security,
that they never looked up from their,
work, and the tramp of Honker s boous
waa drowned by their grubbing until
be Blood above them. There be
paused, hla pistol In band, and waited
grimly for developments.
"Ha!" cried Aragon, grabbing at a
piece of quartx that came up, "Aqul lo
ten go!" He drew a second piece from
bis pocket aud placed them together.
"It la the same!" be Bald.
Bull half burled in the excavation,
he turned suddenly as a shadow
crossed hlrn, to get the light, aud hi
jaw dropped at the Bight of Hud.
"I'll trouble yon for that rock," ob
eerved Ilud, holding out bis hand, and
as the rural Jumped, Aragon handed
over the ore. There was a moment's
alienee as Ilud stood over them then
he stepped bark and motioned thetn
out with hi gun.
Of K!rs. ClappeD, of Fitt Years'
Sltidifljj, RelieTed by CorJui.
phnlu xiiic 1 la mm " the went side ul
rinoa Altos iiiouuialn und have
now bluikcd out a suifKleui uuan
lity if ore to waliani the eteitioti
ol a cuni entratihg mill. At ll.inmi'1
th compuny own rich rtilpliiile cine
1 l-i 1 14 and lidded to tlnlr holdinin
I iKt montli by pin vli.ialnit eia au
Joimug clniniH a ahoi t Alisturn houiii-
1 - 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 v unir.it both iiiniiiu
I'lopertieH li will be ni-cennary to 1011
niruci ore iren tlnclit plain, ll in ae
iieeil the iiiagnetic ptocena of 01 e
ncpaiulion w lU uu um-d. Tcntn are
now 11 ml ir way in the east ami l( ml
thoiiKht that before long Ihe in-iliio;
to he embodied 111 the mill will he de
Kxtennhe drilllni: will he a ne.cn
sity nt Hunover In order to arrive ul I
t-o'ii luvionn ua lo Ihe amount 01 Wul-r
available X14 ruu a power pUnl wil"
sufriclni horsepower to op,'idl the
mills. - Surface water indlcuiloiis uie
very fvvorablv and doubtlessly Han
over gulch wlli be the site for elec
trical tic iteration., Knxineera ot ttie
Km lore Zinc cumi-any Went over the
ground between i'iiios Alius and Han
over 1 run wc.-k In order to muke in
eatimutn fi-latlve lo an fl''ltrl-ul pow
er tranmninKion line between Ihe two
HcMdex Ihe fad that mllU will ;ie
erected ut botli ll.i-ioM-r und I'iiios
Alton, tlii coiiKtru-lion of a Ir. !!). ) I
from ihe inini-H ut Hanover to the A...
T. H . railroad alno given prool ,
of muh activity. (JruditiK " now
being alone for the trumviuy whiciil
will ext. nd over I.ii'HI ri-.-l. The otent
from ihi. mines nt the ti rinlnui are
curbonate and are shipped without j
tleatinent to th reflnerlen. I
If the contemplated improvements
are coniiiiiinateil it wi'l mean mm h
to the Keueral welfare of Silver I'Hy
and vicinity on aci-nunl of the liun
amou'it iif money tu lie exiemleil aliti
the ppoule t will bring Into lh- rum
miinlty. Tli.- Kmpir,. '.ino company In one
of th iiioal careful and roiiHrrvntiie
corporations operallng In the south
Went and they will not comm.-iu r any
culm! rii'-t Ion until all irohli-nm con
fronting them have been i. finitely
solved und when they do lake ai-itoii
It Is generally on a hue n-uh- ami
of a Maple 1111 tare anil of benefit t
the entire section In which they oper
ate. MHOItllO Ml M Mi CIIMIMW
TthlJt HU H JOIINMIN l.ltlll 'j
The Socorio Mining 4 M.llinx com- ,
puny, i.icrallnK the I .it 1 1,- l-'annie j
mine, has rloi-ril a deal wherehy H'ev
take over tin- Johnson group of Hum 1 j
In the Mono I Ion district from the
Oaks ciimiuiiy which has been oper- I
uting wime. The princljial trine :n
the group Is ' e Johnxon which the
iiahn coinpiu lu x In en operating for I
Ihe lunl year, nhippiiig the ore to the.
! ruMom mill. The Johnson ia one 01 1
the most pr-nioni-it properties in the.
MogolPm limit n t and wnh the other j
properly aciiiir.-d by the Socol 1 o
company, will itlve tliut corporatl.ni ,
enouah ore In mxht Hi make It a tilv-,
ldi-nd payer f'-r the next en or j
twelve years. At the present tune it
Is paying at the rate of unout one per,
cent a month.
Ml. Airy. N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chnn
rcli ol tins town, snyi: "I suiti-red lor
ive years with wonuinly troubles, also
, stomach troubles, and my ininiUnnciil
was more Hun any one could UU.
I tried most every kind ot medicine,
bul none did me any good.
1 I read one day about Cardul, the wo
man's tonic, and I decided to try it I
had not taken bid l out fix hollies until
1 I WSS almost rore-il It tiiti Mi, .......
Ikiwn the Jagged rut they hurried, rood than all the oilier mcdiclue I had
awed Into a guilty silence by bis an- tied, pul loellier.
ger. and when he let them uiouut Aiy inends becan aiklng me why I
without a word the rural looked hark, looked so well, and I told them about
surprised, fcven then Ilud said not b- Cardul. Scvcial are now taking it."
lug, but the swing of the Texan's gun ! Io you, lady reader, sutler from any
spoke for hiiu, and they rode quhkly j e' ailments due lo womanly trouble,
out of sight I ,l,rh headache, backache, ude.uhe
"Vou dad burned gre..ers!- growled . JJj SnCM' UM "J
Hud. returning bis pistol with a Jab j ., ' ... . ... , .
,0 lu. holsier'Then'h. looked a, lh&?&&&&S!
1 1 .U T I.UT. KAM tA IllM'B, llll tram .ll. 1 . i . I ... ' ' '
dug and the other worn, aud aa he
guxed at them the worn piece seemed
strangely familiar. Aragou bad been
comparing Iheiu but where had be
got lu wuru piece T
(t uutiuued Toworrow Afieiruooa.)
jimi as ll has a million oilier wou:ea ia
the past hall cenlury.
Hrcin taking Cardul to-day. Yog
won't regret iL AU axuiais.
MVtMf,- Qiannnoota Mnd'clne Ca. laliW
g(liKV,f (Jnpl . uonui.-.o. l.n, lu, .,,
tmit-m. om, im. f-tui mh m-a Si i, bMlll, Hv'4
mni let Win." le ma eini. M U.ISJ
WHAT ALL COOKS
Writ ,IR on 'Mlntskes In the Kltch-i'
en" In ilood Hoiinekecplna, .Mrs.
Itorer sa Hood Juicy beef Is tre-.
Iiietitly spoiled ill the baking Ueciiune
no many peoph- put il into n pan.
npririkle it with null, thus drswlng
oul iln Julcen. add water, hot or cold.
Iiidini riiiiiniitcly, and at last pul it
Into an oven not properly heated-
The renult lackn fluvor and lemler-ih-hh;
ii la dry and touith. The i-or-r
I way Is to put Ihe beef In a ilrv
nan. r.-Mlioy il on Ihe bouen. tat side
no. Kun il into a hoi oven und sear I,
il mm kly on the ontnlde; t li let retain
Ihe jul.cn. W hen It la purlly done..'
uimi n i-areiuiiy wim . -!
no n hoi for .'a or Hi mlniiien, then
cool It lo about :t dexreen. and cook
minutes to em h pound If Ihe roitnt
in large, llauli- It with the fat In the
Hulled meutn also are npoiled In
many houcholdn. As often aa not
Ihey are put In n Utile water, hot or
cold an II happens, hrounhl to a boil
and hulled lariounly until Ihey are
wanted. The proper way is lo (Imp
Ihe meat down into a kettle of boiling
water, boll it rapidly for 1 ' or 2U
miiiiilea, thi n piihli It to Ihe buck of
the stove, where II innmil ponnihly
boll agnin, but will maintain an even
hi It: boll Iweiitv lionui -m to eai ll
temperature of idil dexreen liihren
. on ml of meat, Meal ao treulnil will
be juicy and temler.
Fullure In Irscd recipes iifen result
floio liwccuiale liilerchaiik.ua of ll.tt
l.rialn nmnx aweet lollk lor sour,
lor InntuiM e. wnnuut chani.'ing eoila
to l.iiklns powder. Water may lie
nuliMtlulcd for nweet milk, prov tiled
a nmll aniuaut of butter la added-
DO YOU WANT
LuLh U ill life
THESE ARE HOT DAYS AND SWELTERING OVER A HOT STOVE
WHILE HEATING IRONS IS TOO MUCH FOR ANY HOUSEWIFE
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