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fHE WILLIAMS NEWS: THURSDAY, AUGUST itM3
Change in Date of Issue At the request of a num ter of the merchants of Wil liams, who are among the most liberal advertisers in The Williams News, the day. of issue hereafter will be Thursday instead of Satur day. The News must take the request for change of date as a compliment to the advertising value of the pa per under its new regime. Saturday is the big business day of the i Williams mer chants. By issuing on Thurs day the paper will reach all subscribers in Williams and the surrounding country Thursday evening or not la ter than Friday mbrning, thus advising them of spe cials to be offered by the merchants for Saturday trade. . The next issue of the pa per will "be on Thursday, August 14. A few lots for sale at $10.; some better ones at $25. Silvernail. ARTISTIC By An Artistic Printer The Williams News Has Secured the Services of Milton E Ferguson One of the most Capable Printers of the Southwest We are Prepared to Turn Out First Qass Work of Every Description, having the most Thoroughly Fitted Office between San Bernardino and luerque. Your Work will be Turned Out Promptly. The Most Careful At tention Given to Mail Orders. Send Your Orders to g J. V. Van Eaton, Williams WILLIAMS SOCIETY I Friday evening of last week Miy. A. G. Rounseville charmingly en tertained the members of the Fri-j day Afternoon Club at progressive whist at the hospitable Rounseville home on Second Street. Mrs. W. j r. ieriiiont wiiii tiic uioi mi, sterling silver cream laddie and Mrs. Finney the consolation. Those present were Dr. Miller and wife, Mrs. Dr. Mellick, Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Rounseville, Mrs. Wm. F. Der mont, Miss Margaret Dermont, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amundsen, Mrs. Wil liams, Lawrence Williams, E. J. Nordyke, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller, Mr and Mrs. W. D. Finney, Mr. and Mrs. George Rounseville and Mrs. Martin Buggeln. Mrs. Poison's Sunday jschool class held a business and social meeting Tuesday evening and elect ed Ethel Svedin president, and Myrtis Hearn vice-president, former president Maxine Simonson and vice president Jessie Burke having It ft the city. After the business meeting a delightful social hour was enjoyed on the lawn. We promptly obtain U. 8. and ioreigr. f dead model, sketch or 1 1 cu cl invention lor freereport on patentability. For fre book J Opposite U. S. Patent Office i WASHINGTON D. .. j SOME TABLE DAINTIES GOOD THINGS SHOULD BE PER MANENTLY ON THE MENU. 4 Crisp, Delicious Crackers, as Good at Can Be Bought, May Easily Be Made at Home For Delicious Mock Mince Meat. Soda Crackers. The various kinds of commercial biscuits put up by dif ferent firms are made by special recipes which are a trade secret, but the recipes here given are supposed to give results as nearly similar as ama teur hands can attain: Take one quart of flour, rub Into It thoroughly one tablespoonful of butter, and one tea spoonful of salt. Now add good creamy buttermilk to make a very stiff paste, beating In a little at a time, at first using just enough of the flour to ad mit beating until very light. Make gradually stiff enough to knead and when well kneaded roll very thin, cut Into squares, stick with a fork and bake quickly In a hot oven. Water Crackers. Take ona pound of flour, one tablespoonful of lard, one teaspoonful of salt, and half tea spoonful of soda. Mix with water enough to beat well; knead, roll thin, stick with a fork and bake In a hot oven. Cream Crackers. Take the white of one egg. one tablespoonful of but ter, one teacupful of sweet milk or thin cream, half teaspoonful of soda, one teaspoonful of cream of tartar. and gradually beat In some flour, beat ing very briskly; gradually make stiff enough to roll thin, prick with, a fork, and bake In a fairly hot oven. Mock. Mince Meat. Take half enp of molasses, two-thirds of a cup of wa ter, two-thirds of a cup of vinegar, one cup of sugar, two cups of bread crumbs, one cup of chopped raisins (some substitute finely chopped dried fruit for this), one tablespoonful of cloves, one tablespoonful of cinnamon, one nutmeg grated, butter the size of a hen's egg, and, if the raisins are nsed, add one cupful of currants or chopped sour apple, otherwise double the quantity of fruit. Mix thoroughly and heat on the stove before using to equally distribute the flavor of the spices. Cocoa nut Pie. TTse two egga, tbtee tablespoons of sugar, one cup of fresh grated cocoanut, one pint of milk, one tablespoonful of corn starch, and a piece of butter the size of a walnut. It Is better to let. the cocoanut soak In the milk three or four hours or over night if you use the desiccated cocoa nut. Bake with one crust and sprin kle grated cocoanut over the top. Peanut Brittle. To make peanut brittle, boll together one cupful each of molasses and brown sugar, a tea spoonful of vinegar, and two table spoonfuls of butter. When boiled enough that. a little dripped from the tines of a fork Into very cold water Is brittle, add a cupful of blanched peanut meats, remove at once from the. ffreJidd a teaspoonful of baking soda, beat hard, and as It stiffens pour out and spread fiat In a buttered pan. marking Into squares before It la Quite cold and net - Chicken a la King. '. To make that delectable supper lien, chicken a la king, take the white meat of a boiled chicken and cut It Into thick slices, or discs, and put into a saucepan. Put the saucepan on the stove, moisten with hot cream, Just enough to cover the chicken, add one whole sweet red pepper cut into discs, i pinch of salt and pepper, and let simmer gently for about fifteen min utes. Remove the saucepan to the side of the stove, beat the yolk of an egg and mix with the cream, but do not allow it to come to a boll. Add a. piece of sweet butter the size of a walnut and serve immediately, very hot, over some fresh made toast. May be served in chafing dish if preferred. Vogue. Eel Broth. Take one pound of eels, a bunch of sweet herbs, some parsley, one onion, a few peppercorns, cloves, salt and pepper to taste. Clean and skin the eels, cut them into small pieces, put them into a stewpan with the other Ingredients and six pints of water. Simmer until the liquid is reduced one-half, remove the scum as It rises and strain all through a sieve. When the broth Is cold and wanted for use, take off the fat and warm only what is required. Sippets of toasted bread should be served at the same time. Sufficient to make three pints of broth. Chicken Shortcake. A chicken shortcake is an accept able substitute for chicken potple and Bomewhat easier to make successful ly. On taking the hot shortcake out of the oven split it open and spread it with a liberal layer of hot fricasseed chicken from which the bones have ben removed. Place the other half of the shortcake on top and pour over It a liberal amount of the chicken gravy. Serve upon a deep platter or in a big vegetable dish. The short cake should be well moistened with the gravy. Tartars Sauce. One cupful mayonnaise, one table spoonful finely chopped capers, one tablespoonful finely chopped olives, one tablespoonful finely chopped green cucumber pickles, one tablespoonful finely chopped parsley. Mix the last four together and press dry ok a cloth. Add gradually to the mayonnaise. WOMAN WANTED TO BE SURE After Spouse Had Snuggled Comfort ably Under Blankets Wife Begins Nightly Interrogations. It Is this kind of wife that makes some men old and gray before their time. -William," she says, after William Is curled snugly up under the blankets for the night, "did you lock the front door?" "Yes," said William, briefly. "You're sure you didf "Yes. sure." "And you slipped the bolt, too?" "Yes." "You know you forgot It once, and It gave me such a turn when I found It out In the morning I didn't get over it for a week. We haven't much any body 'd want to steal, I know; but I don't want the little we have taken, for I" "I tell you I attended to the doors." "Well, I hope so, for goodness' sake. Ton attended to the basement door?" "Yes, 1 tell you." "Because If you hadn't, you or I, one or the other would have to get up and attend to It now. I read to-day of" "Don't care what you read." "It said that a man forgot to 1 don't care If he did." "And in the night a burglar walked right In and " "I don't believe if Tve a good mind to get up and see If you have locked that door. You're sure?" "How many times have I told you that I did lock It?" "Well, you thought you'd locked It that time when you left It unlocked." And so on. GENERATION TO GENERATION. Mrs. B. My husband has never seased talking about his mother's sooklng. Mrs. W. Never mind, your boys will be doing the same thing after they are married. No Waste of Energy. "A woman had a green servant ; maid," said George Foster, toastmas- ; ter at the farewell dinner tendered to Dr. Lynn P. Hough,, "and one day she tsked her to wash the front windows. The maid started at the top of the house and worked toward the bottom. Happening to pass the floor where the tlrl was washing, her mistress noticed :hat she was washing only the lnsldea it the windows. " Why don't you wash the outside, too?" asked the mistress. " 'Sure, ma'am, I'm cleaning the In side so you can see out and leaving the outside dirty so the passers-by can' iee la.' " Wanted a Wife. Miss Antique You ought to get married. Mr. Oldchapp. Mr. Oldchapp (earnestly) I have srlnriArl mftnv tlmas IntAlv that T Tinif n wife. Miss Antique (delighted) Have rou, really? j Mr. Oldchapp Yes. If I had a wife, t ihe'd probably have a sewing ma chine, and the sewing machine would have an oil can, and I could take It and oil my office chair. It squeaks horribly. Oh, No, She Wouldn't, j "I can't understand why a woman should lie about her age. I should . never try to deceive anybody In that way." "Still, you wouldn't want everybody - to know you were forty-one, would , FOU?" "Forty-one! The idea! Ill not be thirty-two till my next birthday." 8elf-Approval's Insufficiency. "My motto is 'Be sure you're right rod then go ahead," remarked one tmlnent statesman. - "It's a fine motto," replied the oth er, "but it's only good for the one rote you cast yourself. What you want to do Is to convince a whole lot sf other fellows that you're right and let them go ahead." A Wise Father. "I will agree to let you have my laughter on one condition." "What is it?" . "That you first deposit to my credit an amount sufficient to pay her ex penses when she gets ready to go to Reno." Convincing, Indeed. Friend Was your play much of a uccess ? Author Success! Why, the women wept so that most of them went home with their true complexions. Puck. Her Own Implement. "A woman can't drive a nail straight." "Not with a hammer, possibly. But you give her a hairbrush and she can sVdva a oii wall a vhodv." L BE RAISED IN THE Ceremonies Unique in History of Order September in By Bpecial dispensation from Grand Master Leroy Middeton of Globe, Arizona ledge No. 2, F. and A. M., will meet in the Grand Can yon on September 8 and 9 to confer three degrees upon candidates of that lodge. Arrangements for this? meeting have been under way for i some months but not until recently v ere they completed and public an nouncement made says the Phoenix Gazette. The Grand Canyon is an ideal place for putting on the various de grees in masonry, and in choosing it the members of Arizona lodge No. 2 are going back to the first princi ples of the order, when the Masons met in secret places for the purpose of putting on their degrees. A. A. Betts, worshipful master of the lodge, suggested the plan and it was immediately approved by all the members of the lodge and at once the grand master was communicated with so that a special dispensotion could be granted. The first few weeks in September find many tourists returning to their homes in the east or west, and as they pass through Arizona for the purpose of visiting the Grand Can yon it is expected that Masons from all parts of the United States will be present, and especially from Pa cific coast points. The Phoenix lodge, as well as those from every city in Arizona, will be represented and aside from the interesting cere monies the visitors will find uiany attractions to interest them during the two days in the way of excur sions about the canyon. On the morning of September 8 at 10:30 o'clock the first ceremony will be observed, that of putting on the entered apprentice degree. This will be conferred in the Iwttom of the canyon at the foot of the Bright Angel trail. That afternoon the fel lowcraft degree will be confeered. This will take place on a plateau half way up the canyon. On the next afternoon, September 9, the master's degree will, be conferred. This will be on Point Hopi on tha rim of the canyon- : Methodist Church Notes Regular services Sunday, Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ; preaching -by pastor 11 a. m. ; junior league 3 p. m. ; senior league 7 p. m. ; preaching by pastor 8 p. m Prayer meeting 8 p. m. each Thursday. Regular business meeting of the Ladies Aid Society at 3 p. m. Wednesday the 13th at the church. At this meet ing plans will be perfected for the 8i.le of home cooking etc., to be held August 23rd. Every one will ing to aid in any way is urged to be present. Fine opportunity to buy excellent home cooking for the Sunday din ner. Under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church Saturday August 23 from 3 to 10 p. m., place to be announced later, the following articles will be sold. Various kinds of home cook ing, coffee and sandwiches, ice cream and cake, home made candy, aprons and other useful articles. Watch the paper next week for ad ditional features. The money so raised is for insurance and much needed repair. Any one wishing to send in an order can notify Mrs. Carlson, president or Mrs. Frank Poison, vice president. Any one willing to aid by donations ordinary way kindly notify the president or vice president. Such aid will be greatly appreciated by the church and Sunday School. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Mark- DESIGNS) Copvpiohts Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may uckly ascertain our opinion free whether an rentlon is probably patentable. Comniunlca 'is strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents t free. Oldest agency for securing patents, itente taken through Munn A Co. reoelvs ial notice, without charge in the Scientific Hmericaiu v handsomely f.tastratea weekly. Largest ctr illation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 G par, font months. 91 Sold Lyall newsdealers. R1UNN & Co.3B,B"M" New York . Branch oaosv SB r BU Washington, D. U MASONS W GRAND CANYON Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury I mercury will rarely destroy the sees of I snd completely derange tlie whole system wbrl entering It through the mucous surfaces. 8ix-a articles should never be used except oo prescriu. tions from reputable physicians, as the damav they will do Is ten fold to the good you can pos sibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Curat manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0 containa no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces ot the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is takes Internally and made In Toledo. Ohio, by . 4. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 7 Be. per bottle. Take Ball's family Pill tor conillnsthsa. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Phoe ntx, Arizona, July 19, 1913. SERIAL NO. 017598. Notice is hereby given that J. W. Sullivan, of Seligman, County of Yavanai, State of Arizona, as At-torney-,in-fact of Amable Turpin, has filed in this office his applica tion to select for . Amable Turpin, Sioux Half-Breed, under the pro visions of the Act of Congress ap proved July 17, 1854, the follow ing described land, viz: Beginning at a point N. 9 degs. 19 mins. E. 30675.6 ft. from the North corner to Sections 4 and 5 of T. 22 N., R.5 W.; thence North 1320 feet to the Northeast corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thence West 1320 feet to the North west corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thence South 1320 feet to the SouthweBt corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thenutt East 1320 feet to the place of be ginning, containing forty acres, which will be when surveved ap proximately the NEJ NEi. Sec. 4, T 23 N., R. 5 W., containing forty acres. Also beginning at the South cor ner to Sections 35 and 36 of T. 23 N., R. 6 W , being a Malpai stone properlv set and scribed; thence East 1320 feet to the Northeast corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thence South 1320 feel to the Southeast corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thence West 1320 feet to the Southwest corner, being a stake in a mound oj stone; thence North 1320 feet to the place of beginning, containing forty acres, which will be when surveyed approximately the NWJ- NWJ, Sec. I, T. 22 N , R 6 W., contain ing forty acres. Also beginning at a point North 12540 feet from the Northwest cor ner of T. 21 N. R. 6 W., said point being a stake in a mound of stone at the Southeast corner of se lection; thence North 1320 feet to the Northeast corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thence West 1320 feet to the Northwest corner, being a stake in a mound of stone; thence South 1320 feet to the South west corner, ueing a stake in a mound of stone; thence East 1320 feet to the place of beginning, con taining forty acres, which will be when surveyed approximately the NE SE4-, Sec. 24, T. 22 N., K. 7 W., containing forty acres. Also beginning at a point South 660 feet from the South corner to Sections 32 and 33 on the South line of T. 20 N , R. 8 W., saiJ point being a Malpai stone 8x6x18 inches long set twelve inches in the erou d with a substantial mound of stone alongside; chiseled S H B-S-NW C on the Southeast face with cross on top for exact corner point; thence South 1320 feet t the Southwest corner, being a Malpai stone 5xl0x 12 inches long set ten inches in the ground with a substantial mound of stone alongside; chiseled S H B-S -SW C on Northeast face, with cross on top for exact corner point; thence East 1320 feet to the Southeast corner being a Malpai stone 6x14x20 inches long set twelve inches in the ground with a substantial mound of stone along side;; chiseled S H B-S-SE C on Northwest face with cross on top for exact corner point, from which point, a cedar tree 20 inches in di ameter (partly cut) scribtd BxT S H B-S bears S 00 degs. 45 mins. W. 60.2 feet. A cedar tree stump 10 inches in diameter, scribed BxT -S H B-SS, bears S. 32 degs. 06 mins E. 36.1 feet; thence N. 1320 feet to the Northeast corner, being a Malpai stone 8x10x12 inches long set ten inches in the ground with a substantial mound of stone alongside; chiseled S H B-S-NE C on Southwest face, with cross on top for exact corner point; hence West 1320 feet to the place of be ginning, containing forty acres, which will be when surveyed ap proximately he NV4 NWL. Sec. 4, T. 19 N , R 8 W.,. containing forty acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason to the disposal to applicant, should file their affi davits of prot st in this office on or before the 3rd day of September, Frank H. Parker, Register. First publication Aug. 2, 1913.