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THE HOME
Although It Is generally supposed
that all we!Mred people know that In
lining the knife and fork a movement
of the wrist and not of the ellow Is
the proper thin, we occasionally see
folks using their elbows vigorously.
The handle of the knife should repose
in the center of the hand, and no
part of the hand should touch the
knife above the handle. In using a
fork only the half of a handle is cov
ered by the hand.
For sponge cake ad pound cake
have the oven sufficiently heated to
turn a piece of white paper yellow in
five minutes. For all kinds of cup
cakes use an oven that in minutes will
turn a piece of white paper a dark yel
low. For bread and pastry have an
(ivui that in five minutes will turn a
piece of white paper dark lrown.
When the oven Is too hot at first a
crust forms on the bread or cake,
which prevents Is rising. It Is beter
when baking bread and cake to have
the oven a little slow at first and in
crease it gradually.
Potato Chowder: Faro and cut Into
tlii e flvo good-sized potatoes and throw
Into cold water. Cut a quarter pound
slice of fat ham into shreds and put it
in a frying pan with a minced onion
nd fry a light brown. lut a layer of
potato dice in a kettle, sprinkle In ham.
alt. onion, pepper and minced minced
parsley, then add more potatoes, pork,
onion, etc.. until all are used. Add the
fat in which the onions weref rled and
a pint of cold water. Cover and cook
gently until the potatoes are nearly
done, about twenty mjnuteg. Rub a
tahlespoonful of butter and the same
of flour to a smooth paste and stir into
the chowder, then when it begins to
thicken add a pint of hot milk, stir
carefully together so as not to break
the potato dice. Try the seasoning
and if right let the chowder boil up a
few minutes and serve at once.
Chocolate is healthful and nutritious
and might well be used frequently. To
make five cupn of custard, allow one
pint of milk, two eggs, one ounce of
unsweetened chocolate, five table-
spoonfu'm of sugar, one-fourth of a
tablesnoonful of salt and a piece of
stick tinnamou about one inch in
length. Put the milk and the cinna
mon in a double boiler and cook for
ten minutes. Scrape the chocolate and
put It In a bowl with three tablespoon
fuls of eugar and one tablespoonful of
boiling water. Stand the bowl over a
kettle of boiling water and stir until
the chocolate becomes smooth and
glossy. Then stir it into the hot milk
and remove the mixture from the fire
standing aside to become cool. Beat
the egg without separating until light
then add the salt and the remaining
. two tablespoonfuls of sugar. Stir
into the cool milk and strain. Pour
into custard cups. Stand the cups in
a deep pan, fill the pan with water for
two-thirds the depth of the cups and
hake in a moderate oven until firm
Serve very cold in the cups.
skins on and fried are delicious used
as a vegetable and very healthful.
A little soda put Into boiling spin
ach or any kind of greens greatly Im
proves the color.
A cut onion should never he exposed
to the air, as It quickly absorbs im
purities and Is unfit for further use.
Celery is valuable as food for those
sufferinlg from rheumatism.
Watercress and turnips are a rem
edy for eexzema.
Onions are almost the best nervine
.. . . . Jsa ttt-rii.qtent find unsiirhtlv and de
worn-uiu i ; : -
SforoMC Sores
Bating Ulcers, izSftSA
And a source ol worry, anxiety and endless trouble to those who are afflicted
with them, particularly so when located upon the lower extremities where
the circulation Is weak and slufrglsh. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the
leg is a frightful eight, and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the
tissue beneath and the sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh
melting away and feel the strength going out with the sickening discharges.
Great running sores and deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simple
boil, swollen gland, bruise or pimple and are a threatening danger always,
because while all such sores are not cancerous, a great many are, and thi9
should make you suspicious of all chronic slow-healing ulcers and sores, par
ticularly if cancer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the
greatest annoyance because they are
or to relieve and tone up
system.
Asparagus is good to Induce perspi
ration. Carrots are good for one suffering
from asthma.
RememlK-r the remedy which" will
cure disease may not be the best for
a steady diet.
I find the best way to keep vege
tables all winter and have as fresh as
when taken from the garden Is to pack
in wooden boxes and completely cover
with damp sawdust. This applies to
warm, dry- cellars.
To Overcome Insomnia.
For those women who suffer from In
somnia and thus dread the coming of
the night, with Its wretched, sleepless
state, a few sugestlons are made. Dis
robe in the dark, for its blackness is
supposed to produce a drowsiness,
whereas light stimulates and arouses
the activities.
Just before going to bed take a
sponge bath in tepid water, and, after
lying down, relax each and every mus
cle. The legs and arms should be
stretched out over the bed, and the
best way to He Is on the face. This is
the manner in which babies sleep, and
their methods In this particular cannot
wel be Improved upon.
An excellent panacea for sleepless
ness is a bag of ice. This should be
chopped fine and put in a rubber bag
and then placed at the end of the
spine. This treatment is particularly
quieting to the nerves.
An empty stomach is apt to cause
sleeplessness. It is a good thing to
partake of some light food when pre
paring for bed, and for the woman who
is suffering from insomnia nothing is
lietter than a big. raw Bermuda onion
with bread and butter. A French dress
ing helps to make it palatable. In re
gard to the time required for sleep,
eight hours may generally be consid
ered sufficient that is, for the healthy
woman who leads a normal life, with
plenty of activity, both mental and
physical.
tract from one's anrtearance.
Middle aged and old people and
those whose blood is contaminated
and tainted with the germs and poison
of malaria or some previous sickness,
or excessive use of mercury, nre the
chief sufferers from chronic sores and
ulcers. While the blood remains in
this unhealthy, polluted condition
healing is simply impossible and the
sore will continue to grow nnd spread
in spite of washes and salves or any
superficial or surface treatment, for
.he sore is but the outward sign of
some constitutional disorder, a bad
condition of the blood and system,
Valdostt, 0a., September, 1900.
Swift Speoiflo Co., Atlanta, Oa.
Dear Sirs: Something like a rUlnr
came oa my lmtep, very small at
first, not at all painful, but at it
grew larger and began to pain me I
consulted, a doctor, but in spit of
all he could do the tore got worse
and began to discharge; then other
ores came until the whole top of
my foot was one large mate of sores
and I could not walk. Then my hus
band, who had been cared of Sorof
ula by ths uie of S. S. 8., said he
bellered it would care me. I began
taking it and eight bottles cured
me; my foot healed up nioely. I be
lieve I would have been a oripple
for life hut for S. S. 8.
MRS. 0. H. KINO.
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which local remdies cannot cure.
S. S. S. reaches these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to the
very root of the trouble and counteracts and removes from the blood all the
impurities and poisons, and gradually builds up the entire system and
strengthens the sluggish circulation, and when the blood has been purified
and the system purged 01 an inorDia,
unhealthy matter the healing process
begins, and the eating ulcer or chronic
sore ia soon entirely gone.
S. S. S. contains no mineral or poison
ous drugs of any description, but is guar
anteed a purely vegetable remedy, a
blood purifier and tonic combined and a Safe and permanent cure for chronic
sores and ulcers. If you have a slow-healing sore of any kind, large or o?
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small, write us bdoui it, gnu our puysiciaus win kuvisc you wiuuui v-uaijc,
Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free.
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HINTS ABOUT VEGETABLES.
Some
Few Facts the Housewives
Should Know.
When peeling potatoes always leavd
the potatoes in water, and you will find
that the hands are kept free from
stain, which is very disagreeable.
While cookinig cauliflower keep the
head down iu the pot. well covered
with water, and it will come out much
whiter than when exposed to the air.
Peel an egg plant and cut in slices
one-half an inch thick. Immeree in
salt water an hour, drain and dip each
hlice in between egg and bread crumbs
and fry brown.
The tender leaves and small ends of
the Btalka of celery should never be
thrown away. If dried they will be
found excellent for flavoring Boups
i Do not throw sway the water of as
paragus In season, or if canned, as If
will make a very nice cream soup.
Lettuce may be kept fresh by oov
-ring the roots with damp paper or
cloth, also celery and parsley.
If celery is frozen cover with cold
water.
To give green corn a more delicious
flavor allow the tbin husks that cling
to the cob to remain until serving.
Boll fifteen minutes in salted water,
wrap in clean napkins and serve luv
mediately.
You will also improve the taste of
fresh shelled peas by lolltlng with the
peas a few of the pods thoroughly
washed. Remove when the peas are
done.
In order to give your vegetable soup
1 a rich color and more exquisite flavor
grate a large carrot and a quarter of
a yellow turnip into it. Add also one'
half cud finely chopped cabbage. It
improves the soup wonderfully.
When cooking cabbage sprouts or
greens of any kind put in the pot
piece of washing (not baking) soda
about the size of a small hazel nut.
This makes them more digestible, im
proves taste, preserves color and pre
vents tbelr getting soggy, thus making
a healthful as well as more attractive
dish.
To make sure there are no Insects in
cauliflower or cabbage lay in cold
water for some time before using.
Every housekeeper doesn't know
that a Hides cored, sliced with the
City, Idaho; Wallace, Idaho.
May 27 Helena, Mont.: Butte,
Mont.
May 8 Pocatello, Idaho; Shoshone,
Idaho.
May 29 Salt Lake City. Ogden,
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May 30 Laramie, Wyo.; ride horBC
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May 31 (Sunday) Cheyenne, Wyo.
Juno 1 North Platte, Neb.
June 2 Council Bluffs, Iowa; Du
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June 3 Rockford. 111.; Joliet, 111.;
Bioomington, 111.
June 4 Springfield, 111.; Indianapo
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June 4 Washington.
After La urippe What?
Usually a hacking cough and a gen
eral feeling of weakness, often lead
ing to fatal results after the patient is
supposed to have passed the danger
point. Foley's Honey and Tar Is guar
anteed to cure the "grippe cough" and
make you strong and well. It never
fails to stop a cough if taken in time.
Take no substitutes. Alvarado Phar
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Where President Roosevelt Will Stop
En Route to California.
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April 2 Chicago.
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April 26 (Sunday) Grand Island,
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April 28 Des Moines, Iowa; Oska
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April 29 Keokuk, Iowa; Quincy
111.; Hannibal. Mo.; St. Louis.
April 30 St. Louis.
May 1 Kansas City, Mo.; Topeka
Kas.
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Kas.; Hays. Sharon Springs, Kas.
May 3 (Sunday) Sharon Springs,
Kas.
May 4 Denver. Colorado Springs,
Pueblo, Trinidad, Colo.
May 5 Santa Fe, Albuquerque, N.
M.
May (i Grand Canyon, Ariz.
May 7 Barstow, Cal.; Redlands,
Cal.; Riverside, Cal.
May 8 Pasadena, Cal.; Los An
pries, Cal.
Mav 9 Ventura. Cal.: Santa uarua
ra. Cal.
May 10 (Sunday) Monterey, Cal
Mav 11 Santa Cruz. Cal.; San Jose,
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Cal.
Mav 12 Palo Alto. Cal.; San Fran
Cisco.
May lb San Francisco.
May 14 San Francisco; Berkeley
Cal.
Mav 15 to 18 (inclusive) Yosemite
alley.
May 19 Reno, Nev.; Carson, Nev
Sacramento, Cal.
May 20 Redding. Cal.; Ashland
Ore.
May 21 Salem, Ore.; Portland
Ore.
May 22 Chebalis, Wash.; Olympla
Wash.; Tacoma, Wash.
May 23 On steamer to Seattle.
May 24 (Sunday) Seattle, Wash
May 25 North Yakima. Wash.;Val
la Walla, Wash.
May 26 Spokane, Waah.; Idaho
Couah Settled on Her Lungs.
'"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs," says N.
Jackson, of Danville, 111. "We tried a
great many remedies without relief
until we gave her Foley's Honey and
Tar which cured her. Refuse substi
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Legal Notice.
Last will and testament of Susan G,
Stover, Deceased,
To Roderick Stover, devisee; Ellas 8
Stover, executor, and to ail whom it
may concern;
You are hereby notified that the al
leged last will and testament of Susan
G. Stover, late of the county of Ber
nalillo and teritorry of New Mexico,
deceased, has been produced and read
In the probate court of the county of
Bernalillo, territory of New Mexico, at
a regular term thereof, held on the 2d
day of March, 1903, and the day of the
proving of said alleged last will and
testament was by order of the Judge of
said court thereupon fixed for Monday,
the 6th day of April, A. D. 1903, term
of said court, at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day.
Given under my hand and the seal of
said court, this 2nd day of March, A
D. 1903. J. A. SUMMERS,
(Seal) Probate Clerk.
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Notice for Publication.
(Homestead Entry No. 4381.)
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Santa Fe, N. M., March 12, 1903:
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the Probate Court at Albuquerque, N.
M., on April 21. 1903, vis.: William H.
H. Allison, for the EH of NW14, and
lots 1 and 2, Sec. 19. T. 10 N.. R 4 E.
He names the fouowing witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
John W. Barnett, of Albuquerque, N.
M.; Joseph F. Sulzer, of Albuquerque,
N. M.; William Hart, of Albuquerque,
N. M.; Edward F. Weed, of Albuquer
que, N. M.
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Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., Feb
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Notice is hereby given that the fol
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