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could see her face.HeshYank as
from' a pursuing Nemesis.
Scott was kflld five years ago.
The state also brought out the
fact that Hughes had been charg
ed with another killing jjnd had
not even taken the:trouble to con
tradict the report) -which is gener
ally accepted as authentic.
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LENTEN DISHES, ' "f
i .. '.
Spanish Omelet. Take 6 eggs
and 1 mediumsiz'e'd. tomato cut
fine or its equivalent in canned to
matoes, 1 small onion, -3' table
spoonfuls jof-milk,adash of red
pepper, 5 mushrooms and'a quar
ter of a teaspoonfulof salt. Add
together the tomatoes, ,dnion and
mushrooms -chqppcd .fine, and
cook 15 minutes. Break the eggs
in a'bowl wItTioutseparating and
beat vigorously! iSTdd totfiem the
salt and, pepper. Put a- tale
spoonful of buter in' the omelet
pan and wneiymelted and the
sides of tbe--panrare greased pour
in the eggs and shake over quick
fire until well"set. Now quickly
pour the mixture from the other
dish over the" omelet, fold over
.once and turn out intojhe center
of a hot platter. Tfrahy- sauce is
left over pour it around the ome
letWd serve"at once. '. ,
Tripe and fOy5ters.-4Melt 1
heaping teaspoorffuP'qf 'butter;
add 1 tablespoonful ofvflo'ur, and
gradually add 1 cupful of milk.
Stir tjll this boils; then ad'd 1-2 a
cupful of cream, 1-2 a teaspoon
f;ul of salt, a dash of red pepper
and asatVoXjmeg,Add 1'
pound of bojle,dEtrvip.ert;ul;nntatiny
squares 'andljquaft'of thqY-ough-ly
to a-bpiltbgpoinV and 'serve the
moment, tht'oysjters ftegintp curl.
GOjpDfOLtSNJJFF DAYS -
t ' Birni j'ww
JRep. Cyriis, Snlloway.
of New Hampshire',- gravely told
congress that,thje -toothbrush is
the most harjnfui thing imag
inable; that-'it- makes work for
the dentist-" ' ' ,
Then he'told hpw ?t'her-fathers
tobacco .and rubbed;snuffo.n their
gumsv and seemed-.tp'.jjetv along
very well withoutdtntist's.j
There, wee few dentists in
New Hampshire .at, that-time.
"Cy" Sulloway's claim upon fame
jies in fhe'factthat he. is-the- tall
est manm congress.