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WE'RE ROOTING FOR YE, THEODORE
By Berton Braley.
Some of us have loved you and some
of us have fought you,
All of us have watched you with a
very human pride,
And—politics regardless — every one
of us has thought you
A bounding bunch of ?igor with a
We like jour pluck and courage and
the zest of every action;
We hate to* see you suffer with a
wound that's a playing hob,
And every mother's son of us will
shout with satisfaction
When you are up and out again
and right upon the job!
We may not vote your ticket but we
vote that you recover;
We are rooting for you, Theodore,
in South and East and West;
We blame the wretch who shot you,
and our kindest wishes hover
About you as you battle with a
bullet in your breast.
Some of us have loved you —and some
of us been bitter
In the way that we have fought you
(for the war was never tame)
But we know you are a fighter, not a
coward or a gutter,
And we want you back in action,
putting ginger in the game!
THE RANCH COOK BOOK.
Use only the outside or red part of
the carrot. Cook in as little water as
possible, then add the rind and juice
of one lemon and one pound of sugar
to each pound of carrots.
Another good way to use carrots is
to add a small portion to orange
DRIED WINTER SQUASH.
Pare the vegetable; cut into strips
MAIL ORDER HOUSE
Annual Sales $500,000.00
We have fully 5,000 customers who
ftnd it pays to order supplies from
us. It only costs the price of a
postal card to send your name and
address and we will mail a com
plete price list.
OLDEST AND LARGEST MAIL
ORDER HOUSE IN THE STATE.
Mention The Ranch
when you write.
NORTHWEST GROCERY COMPANY
Cor. 13th and Commerce Sts.
one inch thick, four inches long. '
Spread on earthenware or granite
dishes and dry in the oven. When
dry pack into tin boxes lined with
wax paper or in an old flour sack and
hang in a dry place. Pumpkins may
be done the same way, but a better
way tn take care of Ihe Jatter is to
cook it in the usual way; sift it then
put it on the stove again and cook as
dry as possible, then spread on plates
to dry in the oven. To use, soak
over night in sweet milk. The pies
will be a beautiful golden brown
color. It takes only a small piece to
make a pie.
SUZETTE BOW IN CROCHET.
This is one of the daintiest patterns
for neck wear, and is newer than
most patterns. One need not hesitate
to make one even if we are unable to
show the design. Personally we
think it the prettiest we have seen.
Everybody is wearng them and mak
ing them for Christmas. They are
easily and quickly made. The six
center rings are much like the batten
burg rings. The darning cotton
wound around the matches is merely
used to form a strong ring for the
crochet work. Of course the matches
are slipped out when the work is be
Wind the padding-oord ten times
around tbree matches held tightly
together; join in the working-thread
and cover closely with doubles, fasten
last to Ist and break the thread.
Make twelve of these rings and join
with needle and thread to form two
circles, reach containing six rings.
"" if** Fasten thread in sth stitch from
the joining of 2 rings, chain 6, catch
back in 4th stitch from needle to
form a pioot, chain 7, picot, chain 2,
miss 5 doubles of same ring, fasten
in next, chain 6, picot, chain 7, picot,
chain 2, fasten in sth double of next
ring, and repeat around, making in
all 12 loops. |
2. Slip-stitch to centerof picot
loop, chain 8, catch between picots
in top of next loop, turn, chain 3,
10 trebles under 8 chain, turn, 1
treble in each of 10 trebles, a double
under 3 chain, (chain 7, picot, chain
.7, picot, chain 3, fasten in next
loop) twice, chain 8, and repeat the
row three times.
3. Slip-stitch to top of Ist treble
in shell, chain 5, a treble in same
place, * chain 3, 2 trebels, separated
by 3 chain, in stb treble of shell,
chain 3, 2 trebles separated by 2
chain in last treble of same shell,
chain 3, 2 trebles separated by 3
chain, in center of next_loop, chain i,
2 trebles separated^ by~3~chain Zm
center of next loop, chain 3, a treble
in Ist treble of next shell, chain '2, a
treble in same place, repeat around,
joining last 3 chain to 3d stitch of 5
chain at beginning.
4. Make 7 doubles, 1 under each
chain-stitch and 1 in top of each
treble, chain 7, fasten beck in 2d
double made, under 7 chain make (3
doubles, picot) twice, 3 doubles; re
peat around the entire bow. Before
working this flushing edge make the
second medallion and join to the Ist
by catching together at corners and
center of shell when making the 3d
Cut a piece of velvet ribbon, two
inches wide and six or seven inches
long, nolch the ends, fold the center
together neatly, bring one end up
through the center of a medallion
and put it down through the center
of the other, pulling the velvet along
until the ends are even, and the bow
is completed. A wider taffeta or satin
ribbon may be used by laying the
oeuter evenly in plaits.
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"THE RANCH" :: :: Kent, Wash.