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"Why, for your thrashing," an
swered the doc, as if surprised and
he went down. "Put 'em up Dutchy,"
he said. "You see, I couldn't strike a
sick man, and I knew by your look
and your pulse "that you were getting
ready for a siege with typhoid. But
now I'm going to hck you."
" Which he certainly did. When it
was over Dutchy's face couldn't have
Keen recognized by his own mother.
But then we found out that the doc
had been the featherweight champion
"Now come along to the surgery,
and I'll sew up your wounds. No
charge," said the little doc.
Dutchy was the sort that couldn't
rest until he got even. He threw
the shoe after the wedding and struck
the doc behind the ear. That settled
FIFE AND DRUM ONLY MUSIC
POPULAR IN EUROPE
RYE BREAD GOOD FOR HEALTH
By Caroline Coe
One cup of scalded milk.
One cup boiling water.
One tablespoon of lard.
One-third cup of sugar.
One teaspoon of salt.
one uaKe of yeast dissolved in
cup of tepid water.
Two cups of wheat flour.
Add lard, sugar and salt to water
ard milk. Cool. When luke warm
add the flour and the dissolved yeast.
Beat thoroughly and set aside to rise
until very light. Add rye meal until
the dough is stiff enough to knead.
Knead thoroughly and let rise. Shape
into loaves. Let rise again and bake
If the war continues rye bread is
to become a luxury, says one news
paper. Any war that can make rye
bread a luxury could make smallpox
The tango craze has reached an
oiher high notch, a new community
in West Virginia being named Tango.
Curiously enough there is not a res
ident who is familiar with the dance.
Because the music of fife and drum
is so popular just now in Europe
Ferrucio Busoni, the Italian pianist,
has come to America to play Bach
and Beethoven and in Europe they
say that no other modern artist can
interpret those two masters with so
sympathetic- an understanding as Bu
Busoni will make a concert tour of
the country, and his American visit
may continue until martial music is
less popular in Europe.
SWEET TID-BIT IS ICE REAM
Boil 3 cups of sugar, one-half cup
of water and one-quarter teaspoon of
cream tartar together (without stir
ring) until, when a little is dropped in
cold water, it forms a brittle "ball.
Turn out onto well-greased platter
or marble slab and, as it cools, fold
the edges toward, the center. As soon
as it can be handled, pull until white.
Flavor to suit taste.
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