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"Newton who did so much for you."
"Nor I, either," said Bert. "I shall
go at once in quest of him."
Bert arrived at the town where he
had left him, to learn that some rela
tive had come after Newton, had set
tled the alleged theft and had taken
Newton away with him.
fOne day, as Bert and Eva were in
their little store, in walked a visitor.
"Newton!" cried Bert in extrava
gant delight. It was his old friend,
but neatly dressed and showing signs
of sure prosperity.
"No, that never was my real name,"
"Newman and that exactly ex
presses it; new-man, see? And this is
the dear sister you told me about?"
A dear brother Newman became to
Bert soon thereafter. The wanderer
had been taken back by his grand
father, life was all before him, bright,
earnest, hopetul, and he asked Eva to
share it with him.
SEND US YOUR INEXPENSIVE
RECIPES WE'LL PRINT 'EM
IJere are a couple by Caroline Coe
that will cost you very little and yet
taste mighty good and are well bal
anced in nourishing qualities:
Three cups rolled oats, one cooking
spoonful of lard, one cooking spoon
ful of sugar, one level tablespoonful
of salt Pour over these three cups of
boiling water, beat all together and
allow to cool. Put one cake of com
pressed yeast into one cup of tepid
original size. Take dough, place on
floured board and mix in enough flour
to make stiff loaves. Put into well
greased pans. Allow to raise until
double in size. Put into oven hot
enough to brown a paper in three
minutes. At end of five minutes lower
heat it oven and bake bread slowly
for one hour.
This recipe makes three large
loaves of bread and costs including
fire fifteen cents. The economical
housewife will bake a tin of beans
on the lower grate of the oven while
this bread is baking.
Corn Meal Muffins.
One-fourth cup of lard, y2 cup of
sugar, 1 egg, iy2 cups of corn meal,
iy2 teaspoons of salt, 4 teaspoons of
baking powder. Mix dry ingredients
together. Add 1 cup of sweet milk.
Beat this mixture hard and gradually
beat in the lard. The longer the muf
fins are beaten the lighter and more
delicate they will be.
Bake 25 minutes in well-greased
A few chopped dates added to these
muffins before baking and a cup of
coffee will supply sufficient energy
and strength for 4 hours hard labor.
This recipe will make 15 muffins,
and the cost is about 15 cents.
PLEASE, MRS. READER
Have you a household idea which
will assist us common people to off
set the war prices?
Have you a recipe which will help
us beat the higher cost of food?
If you have an idea or a recipe,
please serd it to The Day Book.
We will be glad to print it and you
will be doing a real service to your
neighbors in this community.
Editor Day Book.
Many of the new blouses of net and
voile are trimmed with soutache
braiding. The collars and cuffs and
fronts are ornamented with designs
outlined with narrow soutache braid
in white or colors. One lovely model
of pale pink crepon of a sheer quality
has narrow bands of dark magenta
trimming the deep collar and cuffs.
Above the bands is a simple design
outlined with white soutache braid.
Buttons of rose-colored porcelain are
used to fasten this'modeL
The task of identifying the ashes'
of burnt money in the redemption de
partment of the United States treas
ury is ably handled by Mrs. A. E.
Brown, who has been employed in
the department since 1873. .