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BrK of Star, begtootag with a crtala ,e the ,bo9fcj ie?t ,a lta
aauaat 2eanUg to te acreage, aad Tr-chel gUa . with cloj
coatMMtog to ataat aboat erery tve Cttlag glajs tops.
wea atH ta 2tlt. of Jese. Tali i RsufatJe of VeaL Jt taM a breut
aabi ike eroe cai oa la b4ter ' f . fce It earefsHy, lay It oa a
laaH, aa4 gVre. are ttaie to barret Jkte Me "Jl?
uk asd topr, aad ipreid tbtckfy
1 . '" . . . I orr It fzaaage itaSng. To sake
la Ufa coaatry. we u what is call- MB-,S uke jj txalise
4 the Katfe SleJ, aad the first tblag rae3t ls tajf Te jrled bread
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t& iisn tfc fMk back, asd tr&4 a Ik. Tba K rtwK be doaale tl.
frr - fall lfeUn. aarf MtV ro of ! ( afat4 with aboat i treaty te4s
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j Tacm ihm at an wj. Alter ue
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fiaaaM b harrowed as to kin tie
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After HA. cahia-
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MUST FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.
"B tare yc: ars rlgbt tiea go
aiai. said Pa7 CrwACt. tie back-
weods sage. Ti saytig ias so sera
Ertiat apjflcatlcs tia to tie woo-
dtr-workt:- c ;?r tags eooiery
' Q.- --. Tm Hrht Toa can go
xiii to ailrxtlei. U yoa are rigbt, j
(yoo wJ3 bare sec tct gocd words
1 far tia process. Otierwlse other
Pa;r baa; teckery isres tmoble.
x;j. aid ttae. saJs btur r
txrzj Is iiTcr aad aabsta&ee. aad Is
a so?a fo to dyiejsia. Hecce, It
U a dinrir of iweetseu asd UgiL ,
Whatevtr hetja tia great &as to
easier aad better Brtsg U a dlstlact
gala for JTT.inlty Aay wocao off
arerage lsteB!j eaa tears In half t
as iocr. If tie paya attention, thv,
essential rsdlecu of oslag this y
te. Afur that, use win teach th
ae pofcU far tetter than aay !ec
tarer or denoaJtrator eoold do 1L
Bat It wffl aot do to half-hear .
half-recbr If yoa are a ootica, i
or erea a. oiroijtlTe paper bag cook, l
(read oxer aad orer the paper bag
cetaz&dseats before beglanlcg
aad read ties: agala the cext day
aad the aeit. aad 1H the nest. The)
are aat perfnactory bat TitaL Also,
la foilowiag oat recipes gUen, sti
to year text.
Baked Apple Saueev Peel aad cori
ill Srai apples of good Caror, Urt
rather than sweet. Stick three tfores
Is each aad Fat bits of raace aad cln
aaisoa la the core-spaces. Put them
la well-battered bag with two heaplnii
caps of ssgar aad half a tarab!;r of
water. Cook thirty ralnatea. Haxo
the orea Tery hot at first, bat ilack
heat after leTes mlaates. Lemon
Jatce'laitead of water makes a richer
Sarored aoce la that case add halt
a cap more sogar at the oaUet.
Apple Puddingy Beat three freih
eggs Tery Bght, add two earn augar,
half a cap creamed batter, thi
ttralced jalee of a lemon, and thi
we do is to foHow wtth the harrow. ' crumbs aad caoittea with a beaten I grated yellow peel.a Tery little fait.
Ttfty-Hlrie Days In Open Ecat.
rrlU ffArv nf ft MBvrkd
rrrw'i --r!ri was toM at tir- ' hranaatora.
prxA (Esrlaftdt recently, wfcea th- shoaW be doae aceordlex to ao.
Bootb Maer Deida Iandd the captain dittos, aad beXere it wtfj be-foaad
aad six raes of the schooner Hlbem-jby ealag the atore, method that the
Un. which became dr1!et !n raM- cu!Uatlon Is greatly redaeed as com-
AUantte fm time ago and t4rttt, , plred JeT, pUnos.
ed, wagged and dUmasted for 2 ,fft f
days. The pro-rlslons ziA vttt were , .... , .
wra.bMl Aboard and for 14 dars rtallt tre In broofflcora grow-
before being sighted by the Dents the log "ouM JTlie tie farmera to
men of tLe Hibernian were without ' ena to wme good reliable feed grow
f&cd. They had Jlrrd for fome time er and lecorn either dwarf or atand-
pverloosJy on tlnced talmon, ana to , tra broomcorn at Is desired. Alio
onencb ttelr thirst they chewed tea. !.-,.. fh ,,,.. -r.,,,-1.. .h
op by Ihe Denla was a turnip boiled I .,,. ". .. . . ... .....
In .A w.f.r end .. the canfiln r. ! tJ""""! cd be planted that
marked, -the only thing left was to has been produced In this section, aa
kill and cat the fblp'a cat and then ' broomcom mlxe readily with cane.
die." Three iteameri stood by on kafflr corn, and mllo maize
one day but o Tlotent the gale I in Durchaslnr ieed from te-d deal
that nothing could be done. Bnbie-' er they (rcl,uenty repreesot that they
qucnuy a numoer m men yen.. ham,,0 a ra,XUlre hen t ,,
Via llila mtti 4 liffltmn mntiftf alnAHl
.... in - iif-i,:. ,nA ,n- ..r.n .i.rr. Mng but a bad mixture of case.
inc seamen were' re.cued. 1 Mt,T eom ra,to "
nroomcorn should be seeded and
Short on Suoar, I put In a fhed the same day It Is ba!
Many hones that haTe been fed on ' 'd In order to lecare the bet retutu.
lump" of rugar will mlia their no as abed cured brtuh always brings a
cuitomed tldbltfl for a little while. J fancy prlre, and tbe expense of har
"That Is became the borse poison-j retting la no greater than to cure In
era are abroad," said a woman. "KTery he fee(1
time I went for a walk I uied to take j '
a bag 01 lump tugar aiong to ieea 10
the horres, but now I am afraid to.
My intentions would be perfectly Inno
cent, but there Is no telling how toon
some one leas gulteleas mlgnt come
along with polioned ugar.
"Then If anything happened to the
hone I might be blamed for It Hone
dealen and drtrera eTerywbere are
ndTlnlng animal lorera to stop giving
augar to henes for tneir on good un
til the epidemic of poltonlng" Is OTer."
In a week or two the groaad s boakf e ' egg aad enoagh raltk to rsake It itlck
harrowed tbe feeoed tlaie, depeadlag together, hat not to raake It wet. Roll
bowerer. on tbe rain and growth cX ! -refoHy aad tie with dean ftrlag.
the erop When abeat knee high al'"'"0 r wiTh ,,.
difk calUrator should be used, and j M:vlng and j-t ,a a eI, bnttered
later. It oar cciiom to ue roar ( baj, Uylng around It tllces of carrot,
hones to lay the erop by. Tbe weed! j turnip aad c(on. Cook for are mln
Tery beldam bother after this time utes In a Tery hot otcs. then slack
Cutting sboald begin when th bloom ; heat half, and cook for forty-fire
begins to fa!!, and continue until fin- abates more.
shed. The field should be "Rone orer "' ot CWeken with Muthrooms.
. . v . j ,. 11 Cut a young , tender chicken Into
twice, as the bru.b dosen't all ripen off projCt,Bg bont,
for the first cutting. Pile four rows I Jcaion wlth .j tad p?pernol
of bniih together, and mash down a ; highly and brjih orer with melted
bunch of itlcks on which lay tbe butter. Put into a well-buttered bag
brush. This will keep It off of tbo ' with eight Urge or twelre imatl musb-
broom corn. The brush will be ready
to haul In and place In the rick. In
from two to fire days, and U hauled
on a rack 2x6 sixteen feet long, and
rooms, cut in sucei. Ada a pmen
of berbi, a Tery small onion, and half
a gill of good white stock. Seal bag
tight. glTe ten minutes in a Tery hot
men. then thlrtr In moderate heat.
latter placed In ricks about tSlrty to j Taje op on & Dot ai,h an(j tfep Bot
forty feet long. It ihould be placed while you make the graTy. Take for
In the rick by laying tao butta togetb- the graTy the hot liquor from the bag,
er plaeiag the feed oat and gradually , Pt It In a bowl with the yolk of an
drawing It In Bntll one layer wide en 6 beaten up In half a glil of cream.
tur oaru over sot water, uui aa &ui
let boll. When thoroughly blended.
8ECURE PURE BROOMCORN SEED
AND DON'T RAISE MORE THAN
CAN BE WELL TAKEN
Chaplain's Religious Chat.
At ft recent meeting of the guard
ians of Keymham workhouse, near
Driftol, England, the chaplain of tbat
Institution stated that for tome lime
past be bad been hating chats with
tho tramp Inmate, each Sunday, In
stead of conducting regular aerrlces.
Ho said be had gtrcn the talks a ro-
llgloui turn, and tho Tcnture had met"!
with rarylng tucceis, for lomo or hl
tiixirAn hnil AvnrfaPff their nnnrecfa-
tlon by concealing tbcmselrea In j "Ptand from 60 to 60 per rod.
straw, while others had tried to escape
Into the bathroom, daughter). The
reel, however, bad welcomed hit vis
Its, Tho chaplain wag recommended
to continue bis coune.
(By Ceo. Wllklm, Llndiay, Okla.)
Droomcorn feed ahould be obtained
from tbat which has been treated and
free from smut, and bat not been In
contact with cane, kafflr corn, and oth
er crops of the same family.
Seed should be tested before plant
ing, and this oin be done by planting
about 100 seeds In a box or In cotton
and keep tbem damp, and as a rule
about 05 iceds will sprout. Ground
should be prepared the same way as
for any other crop In sod or old ground,
planting about 90 to 100 seeds per rod
on the best bottom ground, and on the
pour over the chicken, garnish with
chopped parsley a few mushroom
beads and half moons of .crisp puff
paste. Serve aa bot as possible
Luncheon Savories. Spread small
top, after wbkb I place boand cane,
or some other kind ot feed to cover It,
to keep dry aad protect it from grow,
Seeding can be done at any time.
bat should be done as soon as P03-1
stble after It Is ricked. The Chain thin round water crackers with an-
I ( , ., itwil lialf mnA tirilf -lh
Seeder Is a great deal faster than ' ";' ",""'""".". Tl .,
the old style Hand Seeder, and after , Qf r,pe 0Ter thal a ,prlnk,e
the brush Is seeded and balled. It 1 of grateJ CBeete, then a slice of ban
should be stored In sheds until sold. ' ana more grated cheese, and on top
About one quart of good clean see
per acre In our locality will apply to
both Standard and Dwarf. The selec
tlon of seed Is tbe most efiential Thing
In broom corn raising, and next a
throuogh preparation of the seed bed
Tbe more you can work your ground
before planting tbe better tbe brush
'will be, and will not require as much
work later on. This method applies
to SouthwMt Kansas, and may not
suit all localities
half a teaspooafal ot powdered corn
starch, a pint of raw grated appl
and half a plat of rich milk. Beat
hard for several minutes, then pour
into a well-battered bag asd bake for
thirty minutes in a bot oven. Leave
room for the padding to rite In seal
ing the bag; Cook oa a trivet set
upon the grtd-tbelL Serve with bard 1
sauce or wine sauce as preferred.
This it eaten hot. If eaten cold,
whipped crean is the thlag for IL .
Sweet Pctato Pudding. Make 1.'
batter as for apple paddlcg. Use t
cap more sugar, else only half a pint
of grated raw aweet potato. Sweet
potatoes take as much sugar as crab
apples to make them taste sweet. I
The creamier the milk the better
unless It Is creamy Increase thn pro-
portion of butter. Cook In a well-
buttered bag fifty minutes win not
be too long for It. Make a peep-bole
in the upper bag unless the pudding
Is browned and firm, cook It a while
Banana Pudding. Beat three eggs
light, saving out one white. Add a
generous cup of sugar, a cup ot stale
cake, crumbled fine, half a cup of
creamed butter, a cup of milk, beat
all together, then add two large or
three small bananas, sliced thin, the
juice of half a lemon and a teaspoon
ful of lemon extract. Bake In a very
well-buttered bag for thirty minutes. ,
Take out. cover with meringue, stretv
a little shred candled peel over the
meringue, set In the oven to harden.
then serve hot with wine or lemon
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MT BAKING POYDy
Don't imagine for a Hj
moment that ell brands of
stove polish are alike. 1
If your itovet became nmy id I
dull toon after they axe r-oluhed it I
ihowi that you are not using I
Paper Bag Dinner
By M. Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London.
Only Qulde Posts.
A well-known Fourth avenue lank
er was sitting In a downtown restau
rant cntlng mush nnd milk.
"What's tho mattorl" Inquired
"Don't you enjoy your mcalsT"
"Enjoy my moalsT" snorted tho In
dignant dyspeptic. "My meala nr
merely gulde-posta to tako medietas
before or after." Pittsburg Post
Splitting the Blame.
"I'm glad there la such an Instltu
tlan as tbe D. U. II.," she said.
v "You are?"
"Yes. Indeed. My husband has been
blaming tho D. U. II. lately for om
of tho things tbat used to be tny
"Undo Dullhoover left mo all bit
"Well, you haven't much on me, at
that Ilia life Iniurance policy war
tle out lu rcr favor"
Cultivation should begin whon the
corn Is about four inches high, and
continuing to cultlvato as often as It
rains or as the ground requires to
keep the broomcorn In good condition,
ustll It gets about shoulder high.
Harvesting should begin as soon as
tho seed gots In the bloom, and about
the time tho bloom boglns to fall
while tho seed Is In tho milk. Table
nn i cut It at the same time you thresh
after It tins about 13 to 24-hours sun,
nnd place, It possible. In sheds built
for curing. Should tho weather be
damp or rainy It should bo threshed as
soon as cut so as to get tho beat color
obtainable, as tho color Is what brings
tho nrlcc. Hulking tbe corn produces a
better sample and heavier bales.
Working along those lines, find that
broomcorn has a ready market, and
has brought all the way from IS 0.00
to 1180.00 per ton for the pait six
Get the beat seed obtainable, re
gardless of price, so tbat a good stand
Is procured, then cut and harvest at
tho right time, and not raise more
than can be taken care of with rea
POOR BALING OF BROOM CORN
ONE OF THE GREAT
(By James W, Harris of Enterprise
Broom Vorks, Chicago, III.)
If tho farmer will tako more care
and Inteni In securing the very beat
broomeorn seed, nnd at harvest time
tako the proper precaution to see tnat
tbe stock Is cured and dried and tree
from seed and baled securely, he will
have no trouble In getting a better
price for bit crop than the careloss
farmer who dlsrogards all the nbote
Tho grealeat fault of the broom
corn from Oklahoma to manufacturers
stationed as far east as Chicago, Is
the poor baling. A large percentage
of the western broomcorn unloaded
from the tracks at Chicago Is In such
a condition that It has to bo tied In
bundles before It can be hauled. The
result Is a largo loss to the shipper
and the manufacturer, all ot which
could tii avoided by a little more
caro on the part of the grower.
Wo are positive that when manu
facturers nnd their buyeni sccuro corn
that will protect them from this lota,
tbe grower would find It financially
to bis advantage.
Roulade of Beef. Take a pound of
cold roast beef, free or fat, and akin,
put it through the mincing machine,
and add to 1' six ounces of minced
ham or bacon, fat and lean together.
Season highly with pepper and salL
Add a teaspoonful of minced olives,
a few drops of tobasco, a teaspoonful
of minced parsley, a grate of lemon
peel, and a dust of nutmeg. Mix well,
then add four ounces ot macaroni,
cooked and cut Into bits and then
totsed In butter. Mix again, tben add
tbe yolks of two eggs well beaten,
and. last of all. tbe whites whipped
stiff. When all this Is thoroughly
mixed, roll up In wellgreated Soyer
paper (a side or end of a bag cut for
tho purpose), put In a greased bag.
fold, clip, put on broiler, and bake
twenty-five minutes In a moderate
oven. Serve with a thick tomato
Potatoes Maltre d'Hotel. Cut up
six cold boiled potatoes. Put In a
well-buttered bag, with bait a glass of
milk, an ounco of butter, salt, pepper,
a grate of nutmeg, and a little chopped
parsley. Fold and clip hag, and cook
for fifteen minutes.
Spinach. Pick and wash clean, but
leave as wet as possible. Put In a
bag. with a little sugar and a pinch
of salt. Seal bag. and cook for thirty-five
minutes. Stand broiler oa a
plate, prick tbe bag. let the water
drain out, tben dish up. and add a
lump of butter, dust with bjack pep
per and serve.
P;acS Roll. Make a good crust.
as for shortcake, but rather softer,
divide, and roll each half Into a long
slip. Sift sucar upon the bread-board
rather scantily. Lay the rolled crust
upon IL then alft sugar over the up
per side of IL Cover the sugar with
ripe. Juicy peaches sliced very thin.
Sprinkle on more sugar, dot here and
there with bits of batter, and roll up,
pinching the ends tlghL Slip the rolls
Inside a greased bag the nearer they
fill It the better. Lay on the uppt
shelf of tbe stove, and cook thirty
GOOD THINGS IF CHEAP.
Fillet of Beef a la Miranda. Take
a pound and a halt ot rump steak
and cut It Into neat slices, about an
eighth of an Inch thick and two and
a bait Inches long and broad. Dust
each ot these lightly with black pep
per; melt an ounce of butter and skim
It free from froth, and add to It as
much finely minced garlic as will
lie on the point of a Tery small knife.
Lay tbe fillets In this and let tbem
steep for an hour, turning frequently
(the dish must stand In a warm place,
or the butter will set). Then take
out. put In a well-huttered bag, and
place on broiler In the oven, leaving
It to cook for half an hour. Mean
while knead an ounce of flour with
an ounce of butter, add to It by de
grees a pint of strong well-flavored
stock, place In a clean saucepan, and
stir all one way until It Is the con
sistency of cream; then add half a
pound ot previously cooked mush
rooms, the Juice ot half a lemon, freed
from seeds, a teaspoonful of China
soy, and two drops anchovy essence.
Make very hoL Pile the mushrooms
In the middle of a hot dish, arrange
the fillets around It and garnish with
a wall of mashed potato. Serve at
Irish Stew, Cut up two or three
pounds of mutton In the ordluary way.
Leave very little fat. Add salt and
pepper to taste. Add stx large on
ions, peeled and finely chopped, and
two pounds of peeled and thinly
sliced potatoes and a bunch of sweel
herbs. Place In bag and add half 1
tumbler of cold water. Place on broil
er In bot oven. Allow forty minutes.
(Copyright, 1,911, by Sturglss Wa)
Liquid and Paste Ono Quality
Black Silk makes a brilliant,
silky polish that does not rub olf
or dust off, and the shine lasts four
times as lone as ordinary stove
It Is used on sample stores by
hardware dealers. Sold by them
to those who want good goods.
All we ask is a trial. Vte it on
your coolc store, your jailor store
or your gas range. If you don't
find it the but itrvt feliih )bu erei
used, your dealer is authorized to
refund your monev. Insist on
Black Silk Store Polish. Don't
accept substitutes. AH dealers
can get Black Silk from their Job
bers. "A Shine In
tcr ivu trun, ration, fndrn ud mm
pipe briikt and trre from raMinf br tiag
BUCK Silt Allt.Df.TINC mHrL Ilrv.l,
Ircc wu each raa. el rtnac 1 eal.
uk met snt KtTAt roust i
Urcmrt. Klel. ouw.n w trt It wwk,
ktir, miir. uJ Inrn krtlliiM lartac.
It Ul M tul (or bm M snlwimtiiln.
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WHY INCUBATOR CHICKS DIE
tVrtte for book sarin? rounr chlclta. fitnd ua
names of S friends that ue locub&tora and sret
Danffprc of this paper desiring to buy
umns should insist upon having what they
ask for,ref using all substitutes or imitations
THE NEW FRENCH REMCDY.Ko.l.rtca.Ko.s.
OUlt SLC4.Ua, UMII IIOItT KLanDKH DISKiSta.
Si 44iw t,ilwwi M PR.KR hM ! IR LK CtlBO
Kotblns excels this Conch Rrmtdr. No opiates.
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