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an Eden, the thoughts Qf leaving it
, "How would two weeks more of
this suit you, dear T" asked Jimmy, as
his arm stole round her -waist.
"Next summer-2' asked the girl in
"No," answered Jimmy. "Right
now. At least, as .'soon as .we can get
back from Kew."
. "I think it will be our-real quaran
tine," said Mary softly.
FAVORITE RECIPES' OF MOVIE
By Jennie Macpherson
In choosing a recipe I tried to think
of something that would be used any
time of the year without regard to
Looking over my little- book of
dainty dishes I found this one for cit
ron pudding which seems to me just
The Ingredients fgrCcitygnxpudding
are usually those that would he
found in a well-stocked grocery closet
of any kitchen at any time. They
are: Four oz. butter, 3 oz. powdered
loaf sugar, 1 egg, candied peel and
Soften the butter to a thin cream.
Beat the egg, add the sugar and then
the butter. Mix well together.
Line a shallow pie dish with nice
pastry. Put in- the bottom a rather
thick layer of citron peel sliced, or
citron and lemon mixed. Then pour
the mixture over it and bake till the
trust is done. This is to be served
WHEN BILL SUNDAY COMES TO
the devil flees in terror, because he
fears the preacher will convince him
of his error. The devil to his devilettes
cries, "Boys, we'll have to beat it!
I'm fighting shy of Billy, but I hope
you won't repeat it First thing you
know he'll have this, burg a-singing
and a-praying, and if he can he'll give
our crowd an awful painful flaying."
John Barleycorn, the devil's pal,
starts whimpering and groaning, be
cause he knows when Billy comes
poor John will get a stoning. Now,
John is well connected and he once
was quite a fellow, so lots of folks
prick up their ears when he begins
to bellow. These ancient friends of
Barleycorn's start telling things on
Billy, but after while they hit the
trail and stand there looking silly.
Old Bill may jump around too much
to suit your style of ranting, but he
has got the devil bluffed and Barley
corn is panting. You may not like
Bill's line of dope, you may not like
bis teaching, but still the crowds
move up the trail and Bill goes right
on preaching. Charles B. Driscoll.
(Copyright, 1915, by the .Newspaper
Enterprise Association.) .
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When a woman chases a skirt she
looks for a bargain. When a. man
chases a skirt, well, he isn't, thinking
about the-prjce. . I