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The Gem state rural. [volume] (Caldwell, Idaho) 1895-1910, February 28, 1907, Image 10

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'•tori' to at
pia« a straight farrow
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a
We bare
ap there, geetl e mee . a friead of
oa whk-h bo
to {torn a msrtgugg, aatf 1
«y word, the mortgage waa
big farms

doe at oao end before they coaid get
1 «-.I
tt recorded at tbs
Aad the
worm of It to that ft breaks up fam
Two years ago I saw a
whole family penetrated with grief
SO,
yalltog. cbOdrea howling, aad
barklag. Owe of my men had
his camp track packed on sevea four
totals
gotag around
all
bywr
"Where
"He was
the farm to feed the pigs.** said the
baft way across
Dakota naan
tM4 hm sear get back to hto fan
lfy*~
It ton t Urns yet. Cp there
young married maples to milk
the cows sad tbs children bring
bon*« the milk."
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A Missouri editor any» wisely that
Tto woman who can make good
butter, darn sock» to a fnuzle, cook
b good naval and tickle her husband
clear to the waistband, and keep the
]
children*» «ors aad necks clean, sel
dom if» res la a divorce
Th« party who left a bnck*fcia.
wool-Ua^d gtov* oa the d«^ of the
advertising manager of the Rural to j
request cd to bring or send ia the
s«hw gjove. aad pay for this adver
ttoeteeat

'
The sale of farm aad household
Implements, he »tuck. etc,, ad Mrs. ,
J J Wächter, to-day.
fal one, and everyt hing
Mra Wächter complimented the work
of of Del tola Dtoken*. the auctioneer.
She will soon go to Lyon«, Wisconsin.
sold
to rssMe, much I® the regret of her
.
;
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•« tk* aaa« ot U»
todle« from Parma and Ro*v«U.. who
tod charge of ebs farmer»-' basket
Atomar ax the isstft*««» and who
darted tbs ww ia a very satisfactory
manner
Mm. PurL ehairmaa, Mra A )b»,
Mr», W* llitctolî, Mr». A. P Autor
^ M« C. Bahtotoa Fro®
Parma,
Mra J H Troal* etoirmaa. Mr*.
B Mm B Reaa. Mr», A.
tomk-wmé nsd Mra Barvh. tmm Row

si m Mtototo mmmmmmm\
—, — . ——.— -
weil.
HOUSEHOLD^
DtPABTl«»»t
"AITHIHT
'Tto mca whs» have- mato
is tbto -»wM hasv«»
totottbs utoue."
a mmm
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•" ^
- ^ dry ^
bug aa ,4
?re-pareé im ]
win »X dry
HCHTSkHi*Lf> MINTS,
Tu toeff cheese,
tomh e&sfth that hm bw®
gar and the* wrung
fwwslhje
put la a <
•v. i
Wno
p-iue«.
t#
tbto mmrner the cheeee
a long
Mot wj, c-r takes freely
me
half a*
e*tbarde to Um csss of eoasüpsdo*.
vUk it a— * to A* h tog effect upon
«d
hoar before bedtime is as
the
If yes bave to take raw eggs to
MM «p roer streagth (aad there's
aach bet t e r ), take them
without beating them up— without
A dash of rich
breaking the yolk.
grape juice over the egg. a quick
swallow, and although you feel that
a glove-stretcher has been applied to
yoar throat, the egg to down, and all
« jroa tame to a delicious bit of grape
juice. Try taking it another time
f with a sqeete of lemon juice os it, or
beeten up with lemon juice, sugar
1 aad water—egg lemonade In fmet
■ And
ting up with milk to still an
; other way.
I
An easy way of cutting hard bat
| *«• In even slices or tiny squares,
in folding a piece of the
waxed paper la which butter is
wrapped.
I
over the knife, when a
smooth cut may be made without
breaking or crumbling the batter,
Children should be accustomed as
.soon ma possible to sleep in a dark
room.
Unless they have learned to
be afraid of It, darkness is soothing
to the nerves, and the rest is more
profound aad refreshing than when
there Is the unconscious stimulation
of light,—Green's Fruit Grower.
Soft Gingerbread Without Eggs.—
s cup each of Soar, sugar, œolas
t*to» two tublespooafula of softeeaed
batter, one teaspoon each of ground
I cinnamon, ginger aad soda; one-half
tm^ooa of mlt , llm * eaps toar .
This quantity will make one
square loaf, aad half a
medium sired cakes baked i a m «f
nice.
dee? a
A Utile sugar sprinkled
over the cake as it goes into the oven
gives a sugary took and taste many
person* like.
■Michigan Advocate,
OboccdMe Cake.
This is a small cake, feat
One ounce, two ta bkspooafais grated
chocolate dissolved in
»pooufato of boiling water, and three
tablespoon* of batter, two-thmto
very suce.
two table

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»«'gar, two eggs, one-quarter cap milk
one cap sifted Soar, oae-aad-ahalf
''teaspoons baking powder, ose-aud-a
** 3 * teaspoons of vanilla.
, omMf in
|
Mix cake,
aad vanilla
last.
I THOUGHTS ABOUT CHILDHOOD
f wh * *** i**®m*i w mr e
;tk<tr cfeî ' dr9 * fr ^ m ««T ^iship,
eTwy that
1S îo P»îh rough
: will t»d much food for thought in
î written by a wo
JJ® 4 ® s * Y>sr « i ago In the- Pacific
Momest-ead. The thoughts are per
j baps a Utile different tram thoee
**••• to young mottors.
'Originality to thought and deed
or
**,?,*'*'? "
•xegree, uiîîie three year olds
themb* Ne rwjairwi » *> «lose îiî Ets
î*r kto«
*• >— ^ U 4
îto«; he to of
*■**- « »other.
some to^ortauoe.
T&« poop ms^nitod mothec
» «tore so tor cfclbErea to more de~
:**rriag oi contempt than p t Qr,
If the«» «s- » ,,
if ttoFe to a tohe ,0 be paid, fet
T:ît * z ft to [email protected] t&mr tater-s*
«» W Hfc N.. ttor fcB . OT
the toe of father or mother to too
hard ®e menial tor the
ser m perform,
w bo to
t». TL , 3 -'
cfeMrea, they wSI
tore of their
"ties >
owr* by «ad
by.
wiß they be able to meet
How
tb«e trials successfully without ex
perfeuee? Trust them, your boys
«d girls, to transact all mod« of
bwdacss connected with your work.
the store, to the mill.
Send them to
to the blacksmith shop, to the bank,
etc. They will make mistakes, but
ft Is better for them to make them,
lor yourself than for strangers, and
knowledge gained in this way is
worth more to them than book learn
lug.
.
Madge, physical culture is just
splendid, I'm taking beauty exer
cises,"
Mayoae, you haven't been taking
them long, have yoa?
—Puck.
Small brother—Do you know, Ma
tel. if I were'at here Captain Spoon
er would kiss you."
Big sister—"Leave the room this
instant, you impertinent little boy."
—Punch.
"If I understand you. so long as
1 eat nothing, I shall be well," said
the natural man. in a sarcastic vein,
"If you chew ft thoroughly said the
food crank, guardedly."
—Pack.
The Girt Graduate.
We wish that every girl in Idaho
that is to graduate this spring would
look over the following list of twelve
things, for every girl to know.
I
The
Home Herald says every .girl should +
know how to do these things before J
she is fifteen. We believe that every ♦
girl graduate has or will learn these +
they will hare learned a valuable les- *
son which will last a lifetime.
Is the list:
Here T


Xot every girl can learn to play or +
sing, or pair.: well
though to give Ÿ
Pleasure to her friends bat the fol
lowing " accomplishments"
ia everybody's reach: Shut
aad shat it softly,
is tasteful order.
*
are- with
the door,
Ktep your room.
Have as hoar for
Learn to make
rising, and arise.
bread as well as cake.
button
Never let
a
stay off twenty-four
, hours. ♦
Always know where your things are. +
Never let a day pass without

doing +
somebody com
something to make
fortable.
Never come
to breakfast
an tidily dressed,.
la the Sweet IV* Bed,
S °®* **"*»■
^
sprfrg- while la «nim ^
h ** ^Lties thto
ia geaeraT " fo5Kd
wer* apt - c
ctjstead that
sweet
early as
worked
ia the
Is planted
S6
so early
rot oa account of pro
aboa: Apr]
p ** K-rpassed them
■ doomed th.rou-h -he
summer, aj frost came. Be that as t
ioo soon
by thcrc-rghij
longed mi.
-t may. It Is none
-^= «4 ■: a-, -a
seed w ^ a e 7 c*rr ♦
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^ ♦
o f \irjrL^' 0,Se&1 «*«-^ I
salmon and dark Vtoe ^ Î
^ , ■-—■ «ara 5 tue. Those tha.- ♦
we have found m ♦
»«ce mosa, r east nr is 'ho*** X
rotors are ■_ - 5a ®® e "
to prepare
emrichiag
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