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WILSON SOME. GOLFER.
Democratic Candidate for Presi
dent on Golf Xinks at
Princeton, "N. J.
You will find as you look back
uoon your life .that tlie moinents
that stand- out the moments
when you have really lived are
the moments-when ypu have done
- things .ill a.spirit of I6v,e,
SPICED MELONS. ""I
Quarter, peel and cut into pre
ferred size the pieces of melon.
Weigh and place in earthen jar.
Pour over them cold vinegar and
let stand over night. Then drain
and. for every 7 pounds of melon
make a sirup of 3 pounds of sugar,
a teaspoon each of allspice and
cloves, a little grated nutmeg and
a few bits of stick cinnamon. Boil
several minutes after commenc
ing to simmer. Pour this over the
melons. Cover them and let thern
stand over night. Repeat this
twice, the last time simmering
until melon is tender and clear,
though firm. Place melon in heat
ed jars and pour the spiced sirup
over. Then seal.
Melon Tea Dish.
Take a fully ripe watermelon.
Put on ice until thoroughly cold.
Slice, remove seeds and cut any
shape you prefer squares, dia- '
monds, stars ; size sufficient for v j
mouthful. Put layer into glass
dish, sprinkle with granulated
sugar. Then another large layer
of melon is placed on top, sprin
kled again with sugar. Continue
until you fill the dish. Sprinkle
sugar over top. Return to ice box
until wanted for tea. Dish and
eat the same as any kind of fruit.
Sonneberg is the largest toy
manufacturing center in the
world. It has been credited with
the annual production of 24,000,
000 toys. There are about 40,000
people engaged in making toys in
Sonneberg and in the villages"