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8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY tIO j1Y XOYE1TBEK 28 1910
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Boy From the Country CountryFavored CountryFavored CountryFavored
Favored Over City Youth YouthIn YouthIn
i iIn
In Search for forHusband forHusbandBy Husband HusbandBr
By FRANCES CARROLL
eieghrstt aN tile tilefa argsmeatS argsmeatSfavuhrishg
VIaY V fa favuhrishg the e boy as a al ahasbasd
hasbasd l 1 r wIIIdt tame tI Iito seta setatsshg
tag to mb n < Ja m IIMSII is r to tocontest Us Uscontest th thcontest
contest question pr pusttsfced psbII el fat for th t etime first fleettime firsttime
time yesterday yesterdayIts y yIts yeeoerdayIts
Its a good question Xh JIII88 Carroll Carrollth crnutie Carrollte
th tie very ve ant letter I Ime opened opt nail shrered shreredme Bsmin < t tme
me and not so hard to answer as that thatof that thatof tbatof
of last week for cmmUy boys have havemade bavemade n nmade
made the history of our Gar country countryIn eoaat17In coaatryIn
In the halls of legislation on thebench the thebench thebench
bench bench te the executive offices of e < the thecountry theCOUDtT thecountry
country as weB as te science educa education edacatton education ¬
tion finance flnai DaIIee oe and sports fIIPOItI it has been the theinfluence tileinflueDee theinfluence
influence of the country boy whieh has hascounted huXuated baaeouated
counted countedThe XuatedThe eouatedThe
The groat 51 development of f this nation astlonLAs nationliis uoIS
LAs IS been lrected directed by country coaatr7Tbty boys bopsThey boysThty
They have aa buttt our railroads raiI opened openedu egeaeduP
u uP our astunai natural resources and when whenthese wIleDth whenthese
these th resources JIIl winch nature has givenus given givenus peaus
us with such lavish hand hand were B bdan bdange c cg dan danger ¬
g ge ger from from waste the countiy boys were wereserve werethe werethe
the ant to COllIe to the front te conserve con COJlst
serve st ne them them The great railroads which whichon whichspan whichspan
span the eouatry and 1IDi nmite the pe pIeon
on the PsoMc with those on the Atlantic Atlanticand Atlaadcand Atlanticand
and make > it but astep a step from tro the North Northtc Northtc Northto
tc the South Sou were ant planned and andlater aDdlater andlater
later developed and at last financed by bymen 1 1men bmen
men who were were in the early days of life lifebred lifetired lifebred
bred in the O country C UatrY It to a fact that thatthere thatthere thatt
there t h ere ia no large corporation oD either a arailroad araJJroed arailroad
railroad or an industrial trlal one 0De which whichdoes whichdoes whichdoes
does not DOthave have directing its affairs men menwho menwho menwho
who were country boys boysIf boysU bossIf
If you should wipe out of the his history hU hUOry hisory ¬
tory Ory of the United States the work WOIttdoD WOIttdoDY done doneoy doney
oy Y country boys there would be very lit little Ilttl litt1F ¬
tle tl t1F left to show and instead of finding findingour ADdinour flndingour <
our country the great t and powerful na naperdent nation nation
tion it is to ay you would aDd her de dependent de deierdent
pendent on some other country which whichwas wbicwas whichwas
was powerful powPl u1 strong and dominant d doitu at be because b ba because ¬
cause a US countryared boys were wer direct directing directing darectIng ¬
ing its affairs Not only in this coun country country onustry ¬
try but through an of the history of the theworld tMIorld theworld
world have the theeou country boys boy played a amost amost amcst
most Important part It wa was not due dueto dueto dueto
to the th act of the country boys of ancient ancientRome aaclefttRome ancientRonne
Rome that It fell tell but to to the conduct t of ofmen tmen uCmen
men in the cities Hero Heroism m em has ever everbeen everf everbeen
been f n linked Itnk with the names of country countryx countrYhoYs countryboys
boys > x > ys and lls tike > the Spartan youth of old oldthey oldtht oldthey
they tht bate ha e always aJwa been ready to respond respondto dto
to the call of duty even IT It meant meantdeath meaatdeath meantdeath
death deathThis deathThis
deathThis
This answer to the contest question questionsent questionsent
sent me by Edwin Potter points l out outin outjn outin
in his argument a t that the country boy
SAUCES MAKE TURKEY TURKEYREMNANTS TURKEYREMNANTS TURKEYREMNANTS
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REMNANTS APPETIZING
HXRX is a whole scale of facet facetI facetnsursness
THII3tK I isuiweiH 1 IJ n sushetimhs III swtilni l > sung facetJ by i iof a avedCallle averitable
vedCallle c Aio > tile other aideof Mae Maeot
of tIM table tableabout about what was wastaken Walltaken wastaken
taken up in basketfute tuI after the theThanfcsstvtas Utehan theThanksgfvlaa
Thanfcsstvtas han feeding and its subse ebsequent subsequent subsequent ¬
quent use But xoimtlmcii the laugh laughgets Jaushgets laughgets
gets transferred transir ra to the near side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the table Sven the Sprats who maylick maylick may may1i
1i lick lr the tliA patter Mil rr B dean nlmnn Wbea li tttr by them tbemselves themselves IliiBiii IliiBiiiselves
selves mat make ample provision when whenthey wbeDthey whenthey
they entertain and aad this means some something seething something ¬
thing over And if besides being an aneconomical IInpadcaI angcotxamkal
economical npadcaI man manager er Xrs Ira Sprat has hasimagination hasimaglDa hasimaglnados
imagination oa she is in hpr dement after aftera <
a feasting ttnwJ5or tI thole far Gr she knows 1aIeWa there thereare tIaeRare thereare
are at least a score fICIIIie and perhaps NIII a ascore aS ascore
score S Me of scores J of ways wa of oLremnaatL utlMstng the theremnants theremnants
remnants remnantsA
A certain Mrs B B who lived sixty sixtyears Jdxtyreans sixtyyears
years ears back we we know no more than thanthese thanthe thanthese
these e two facts about her JIerp bergave gave her herfriends JMr1J8baaIl herbhe
1J8baaIl bhe ashsd a bktbday y partrf at wMeII da da1riend8 hisfrienda
friends over and over 0 drank his bealthtill health healthtill JIeaItht
till t ill he bad hardly any health left to tocarry toarry tocarry
carry < arry him to the drawing reem roomwhereupon reemwhereupoR reemwhereupon
whereupon Ms thrifty and economical economicalwife ecoDOIDlcaIwife economicalwife
wife composed a ravigotante sauce saucewhich auce aucewhich saucewhich
which partly brought them all back backto baclcto backto
to their senses This This she caps Me Mephistotten Me Mephlstollau Yephistofan
phistotten sauce not because becau 6 it bad hadthe badthe badthe
the qualttlee one would imagine gtDe It to toLave tobave tobave
bave with such a name JMUne but m m con ooesonanee COIISOIlDC8 consonance ¬
sonance with the occasion oeca loa for she shesays JIbesay shesays
says Do not be afraid of the title title for forthere tortht18 forthere
there is nothing diabolical llea1 about it itThis it itThis itThis
This is how she described de what she shelid Bbe1ld sheild
lid I cut up the remains of the tur turItev turkey turkey
key rubbed some mustard m over it itsprinkled itspt1nkeda it9sinkled
sprinkled spt1nkeda a little salt It and a Mttte cf cfcayenne cfcayenne C CcayeBDe
cayenne put it on the grldtosn on the thefire tt ttethe e etIre
fire and made the following sauce I Ichopped 1 1chopped Ichopped
chopped six eschalots washed D DJresaed andpressed
pressed them ia the corner at a clean
Rules of the Contest ContestTweatyfive ContestTweDty ConfestTwentyfive
Tweatyfive TweDty ye deBars is offered as asfirst a arat afirst
first prize far tile best answer answer to tatbe totlte tothe
the following questiea l1e8ti l1e8tiWJ gnestieaWhich j jWhka
Which WJ makes the better etteraad bssband babendand bssbandaad
aad more saccessfti f1ll dtizea the tbeca tlIeceUntry theoetfatry
ca ceUntry fatry bay or the city bay bayFor beyFer barFor
For tile second best answer to this thisquestion thicl1le8tion thisquestion
question a bas will be given ven to teamy toaay toany
amy perfecraaace p DR8JICe 0f f Tile Ceantry CeantryBsy C8811UyBey CeentryBay
Bay which will apf appear Kj at t the tbeCalumina tJteCelumb theCelumixa
Calumina a Theater T eater next week weekFe weekFHr weekPeer
Fe Peer r orchestra en e seats ta will be given fivemto PYeJIto givento
to the writer of f the third t1 rd beat beatessay bestes beetessay
essay es and far sack ef f the fivenext five fiveaext RYenext
next best answers two orchestra ercbestraseats oIdteatraHats orchestraseats
seats f far r any perfonaaaee uee of ofthis ofthis f fibis
this play will be awarded awardedABswers awar awardedAnswers ed edAnswers
Answers te t the q geeetia estiea mast be bewrittea bewrlttea bewritten
written neatly OR eRe ae side of fie tbepaper fiepaper thepaper
paper and mast m net exceed two twobaadred two1uIJMlred twohundred
hundred wards THy au 1BHt t be besrgaed besiped besigned
signed witk fall aaa same e and ad address aidress address ¬
dress and submitted Dmitted before 3oclock 3 3oclock 3odeck
oclock ea Friday FridayWe F ayN FridayNe
We N answers received after that boar boarwill H1rvi1I boarwill
will be eligible eti 1IIe far ftr a prize prizeIn
In hi sargnment that tit the CMII tumuli j boymakes boy boyi
i makes the more successful CdIBut s chaos chaosBut etUiiunBut
But what of the husband husbaadDont husbandDont
Dont forget f that you must aw also cite citesome cite3IOIDe diesome
some examples d of good liusbaodty 1 ft7 ta die tneI dieeouotry thecountry
I country boy unequaled by the citybred citybredchap cItr1tNddaap dty bead beadgyp
chap J JYou JYou
1 You must prove that he makes the thebetter tilebetter thebetter
better husband a as s well as the better bettercitixn bettercItizn betterdtiz
dtiz citixn ° n or you must prove that he heDOt does doesnot deesnot
not notI DOtIn
I In your r chance of winning the 9X 111 or orseats Mts orseats
seats seats ts to see The The Country Boy at the theColumbia tileColumbia tironot
Columbia next week it makes makesalder not the theslightest UtesUchtest
slightest slightestgeeagon dHCecenDe weeklddt wWe wldek lddt lddtmakes side of the thequestion 11Mqde
question tOD you take if ttclear year yeu itaiaaliig hi hiclear laclear
clear and lexical
I cloth cloth then put them them in a stewpan with withlie tIIIthODe withone
ODe aDd a half whiegtassfuls uJ of CIIIIe CIIIIevinegar Chilevinegar
vinegar a clapped clove alleGe a piece or pr prlie garlic
lie lie two bay leaves Iea an ounce of ofaD4 glass giaseand glassand
and bolld boiled aU air together for tea teatAeG minutes minutesthenadoocL minutesthen
then thenadoocL aditll four thispoosfsla tnHtr t 11111 nmiriilii of to tomato tomato tomate ¬
mato sauce 1JCIe a little sugar and ten of ofgravy oCJPyY ofgravy
gravy or brown sauce boiled it a few fewminutes ffIWJDIDutes fewminutes
minutes longer then added a pat of but butter buct8l buttes ¬
ter stirring It well In ID removed the bay bayleaf bayleaf 7 7leaL
leaf leaL and poured over turkey and andserved an4BeIVed andseerved
served servedPerhaps BeIVedPerhaps seervedPerhais
Perhaps rorh a sauce is only suitable suitablesurely suitablefor ltabIe ltabIetor
for a sanItarium of a certain sort aort bat batsurely butsurely
surely there thereJa 3s a suggestion here beft1JL for torus forus
us It is by cooking uohtngqver over per turply tuf fy in main IMIfDt IMIfDtw seway mainway
way w or by Ute tfceable or of a auace taupe send sendcooking
cooking our turkey lit It it that we are areabh areable
able to ntlllze the last scrap Croquettes CroquettesbbUKraettes Croquette1la1Iquettee Crogmettesblanquettee
bbUKraettes hashes curries creamed creamedturkey erMJDedturkey creamedturkey
turkey turkey turk ta patty shells or turkey turkeyserved turkeyed turkeyserved
served ed up In almost any one of the thesauces thesa thelances
sauces famous or common which we wemay weJDaY wemay
may know how to make makIa ta an or any anyof aDOf anyof
of these ways It may y be b made attrac attractive attracUve attractive ¬
tive Uve and the mor more uafctueiy and d deli delintely M Mted t teately
eately It Is pre ellteil pr ted the mor mote it will willNEW winbe willbe
be appreciated apprecIatefLNEW appreciatedNEW
NEW FISH SOUFFLE SOUFFLEOF SOUFFLEOF SOUFFLEOF
OF BOILED HALIBUT HALIBUTOne
One pound or pint of boiled halibut halibufreed balibat balibatfreed halibutfreed
freed from bones and skin and washed washedi W1UIhed1A washedto
i to s > pulp wo Season with one small tea teaspoonful teaspoootul teaspoonful
spoonful of salt salt a dash of pepper lid aadone lidODe andone
one teaspoonful of onion Juice or very very3ney VerTDel vetslndy
3ney Del chopped onion Melt a large table tablespoonful tablesOODful tabies
spoonful s oanful of butter te a saucepan and andcook andcook
cook 00k in it for three minutes a tabletpoeplul table tableipoenful tabIefpoc
f ipoenful fpoc tul of flour then add slowly 3101 3101I a acuoful a acupful
cupful of milk and next the seasoned seasonedfsh seasonedf eas c ned nedf
fsh f h nulp put Beat two eggs thoroughly
in a deea dee > i dish and add the fish to then thenPour tbeIILlOur themPour
I Pour all into a nodding dish very w welt weltbuttered weltbuttered H Hbuttered
buttered and bake ta a moderate oven ovenfrom ovenfroIft ovenfront
from half to threequarters of an boer
Poems Women omen Should Know KnowEditors
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Editors Note Every very poem wblefe eh will appear pear R i this series is one onetbat ODetha onethat
that tha t bas brought 1M a throb of hope a throb of courage a tarN of fcapat fcapat6S6 MppiD6S ba i inoss
D6S 6S6 or of inepicattoft isa tatioe to t some human in an heart la e elippiltg slip pmg and an saring saringRock S IIC IICthe Tis g gthe
the 54Kies s EMl t afford to safes ORe mu erRock semherRock
Rock Me to Sleep
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3ackwaru tsm tarabaoksard baeicwaTi 0 time in iaJilake inYoar inyour
your tbt tbttake
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take SM a d catM d agat apIa jest far f to toalghU to tot to1Iother tosight
sight alghUfiCotber sightcome t
fiCotber come ee back f frees reca the echoiess echoiessshare 8tnke ee3haiesshore
share sharevake shoreake
tnke vake ake me again to isusr TOUT re1te heartas rtaae heart as of yore yoreKiss yokeID88 yoreEhe
Kiss from ay forehead tIM WNws farrowsof farrowsofcare ofcare of ofcare
caresmooth care careSmooth care careSmooth
Smooth the few silver threads tint ede out e esty el el1IIT f fmy
my hah hahOver 1IaIrOver baleOver
Over my mykeep s umbers y lovis watch watlci1keep watchkeep
keep keepBock keep1tock keepBock
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Backward Badcward flow backward 1Ijt O tIIIIe tss tsstbe el elUae c ctiao
tbe years yearsI yenaral yenaralI
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Toll wWMMst wWMMstTake reampme fourg gal aII ia iaftoIII intin
tin tinTake ftoIII ftoIIITake
Take them and ghm ghmagain me JIQ dlMiihood dlMiihoodagain I II
again againI
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se seTired
Tired Of 8M w wtrue tinekey tine 11 11trUf
true trUfXotber trueMother
Mother 0 O mt tIMr ser JaF hart eats for foryea ferMJ17
yea yeaMawr
Many a r sawmer sires grave boa grown KIOWHBlossomed grownBled I
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Blossomed BI a sslsd d fade fe our faces between betweenat MtweegYet betweenTed
Yet Ted ilia II g 7uhssand aad aadate leassloc leasslocatle
at ate ateI pate psaLong pateLoaf
Loaf I tonight t te > lght Jar your arcaaapo re > B BCoRae agate agateCome againCotne
Come from t tdeep tlMsIIeDce tlMsIIeDcedeep the enoe si leag and tr trdeer
deep deepBock deep1Wck deerItud
Bock ra roe f to sleep sl 1 s 11utiur msetherrock 4a > sr rock me ta isees tesieesJ
sees
of Mr J W G G1I G1IOver HBstartL HBstartLflown 1lasisLOver
Over my Bert m Ute days JS t at are areftowa areflowht
flowhtNo flown flownNo ftowaNo
No love like xnotherleve JR4 ever 6 has shone shoneFaithful siIoIIcNo shoneNo
No other worship abides and aJMJFiLWlful isddtei isddteiFaithful
Faithful unuLtttuU 1Iaeltl sh and patient Ifhs IfhsTom8s Ilk lfeyours IlkOGrS
OGrS Tom8sNone yours yoursNone OGrS1e
None like e a moUser can ca onarm a term away awayBrtn awayI8in awayp
Brtn BrtnFrom I8inFrOID p n nFrees
From the sick seat and aalitlte the TwrWwoary TwrWwoarybraia wwidweLYDralA worldwearybrain
brainSlumbers brain braiaSitiaibers DralAsa
Slumbers sa Sitiaiberscreep ct seC calm oer R7 Jlevy lids lidsere w wCteeIt
creep creepBeefc CteeItR9Ck ere ereReeck
Beefc mo to sleep rustierrook mothm M8ti roek me toCone to towttk tesleep
sleep sleepeoe
Cone eoe Jet your KewJI hair j righted rightedwhin Jlgkteclwith
with gld1M gold goldFaM JIIDIdFaIt
FaIt en your ahauluocs ahauluocsold a as et etLet
Nd NdLet old oldaaadin
Let It drop over my farebeed tOlligiK tOlligiKSlladlag tosihtlading
aaadin lading my flat eyes away front the tMBpt theflbt theHcbt
Hcbt HcbtFor BptYor flbtPar
For with Us swayedged shadows shadowsHaply 8iladewsHaply oeo oeomere
mere mereHapty
Haply will thraap t tiM e sweat vlsiooe vk of ofyore ele ofwere
yore yoreLovtoaty wereLlng le leLoriIIwtY
Lovtoaty Llng y soeajr its 1 bight tRs bWsws bWswssweep bNIiwzPock
sweep sweepRock
Rock me to sleep mater rock me te tesleep tAteet tosleep
sleep sleepfceF eetMO sleepMatisse
MO IeIr fceF dear dearbeea msthi h the years have haveStag hv hv1Mea hatebeen
been 1MeaSiDce nogSince longr
Since I Ja listened your hstla3gr sots
Stag then tIleD IIIl < sin IBDB my y soul it shsediseems akaJl akaJldr 311I1M
seems seemsWomanhoods
Womanhoods 3lbtas have M been 9IIIy a a4r adream
dr drCtaeped dream dreamClasped
4rCIaeIHd
Clasped to yew yewbrace year breast Ja a Igsiog J em embIaa embrace
braceWith brace braceWith bIaaWlth
With your ili JIstK fct bashes Just sweeping sweepingmy awesidugmy
my mY face faceNever iM iMNeer fakeNever
Never hereafter te wake llNlk or t te weepR weep weepDeck
Deck R me w ssissep metbe medteIxoek > ysoak me 10 10sleep toSleep
sleep
I f = FoceDCOPClTJ pTorence Perry pen pen name I Bozebeth EiZb Blf abait thAkers Akers Allen Allenk
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The e stars Incline bat bu do not actTuesday notcompeL notcnmpeIn
compeL cnmpeInTuesday compeLTuesday
Tuesday November 29 1910 1910nd i910Let 9so 9soLet
Let tJde sets sad nd thoughts art s t to toA
B7 y aced aDd aDdA jsleuey jsleueySTROLOGF
A A STKOLOGr LOGY holds that Ute UteVetJdD s dno aB aBgoverning
governing VetJdD this period are waittreat such suchg
treat g even honorable > and adIous otneiKlsa otneiKlsascrupulous otberwlsnscrupulous
scrupulous Ious persons are subject ta bena benamisled betelK betelKmisled
misled into unfair methods tyranny a wi ra
kindness kt and deceit to puafea kaffront MI MIimagined animagined
imagined affront or iimry iimryto ImtryLeven bnnryLovers
Lovers ad married peI8I are liable liableto liableto
to do regrettable things under thla tIaIIIftueBee in influence Isfinance ¬
finance unless 111II they Ute determine determine to contra contraMan eGIItIuemelv coatsthemselves
uemelv themselves tully and lid adhere ec U Uau4 3hehtIce 3hehtIceand
and reasonMars reason reaaoaiIan
Man te ecliptic conjunction ce with tiro tiroMnu the theMoon tileoou
Moon oou exerts a tendency toward war warlike warlike warlike ¬
like like belligerent spirits l t indicating that thatan tbatan thatan
an persons will de well today to jwserve pre preserve 111 111JterVe > ¬
serve their calmness ar art < l avoid YGId aM irr irrtating Irri Irritating InftatInc ¬
tating subjects subjectsThere ubjectJlThere subjectsThere
There to an excellent sign over the theorts tIMon theefforts
efforts orts of physicians surgeons oculists evtets
dentists and chemists this th day
Workers with sharp instruments or
toots toola wheels Are chenaoaJs and other otherPowerful kIpowert11I otherpow
Powerful pow erfpl things are under excellent excellentomens eaeedleuo
o omens but butt those unskilled should ue tareunusual ueunusual 1IUJlusuaI
unusual unusualThere caution cautionThere cauUollTlM urea ureahe
There TlM T he re r eBrea is great danger in nrearms IIreanaa un under 111Ider un und ¬
d der this rule ruleCare ruleCare ruleshould
Care should be exercised ex In SavebcIIIa using
vehicles or crossing UOSId croe sag thoroughfares thorou
Persons concerned in any way wa with withthe
the army or navy and a an who wear dto dtotincttv db dbtincttve
tincttv garb of any an kind are under underfavor UDderJaYOr undertoB
favor favorBakers JaYOrBaklS toB
Bakers butchers cooks confectioner eow4et1o conpttlotna5spttlotna5s en
distillers brewers anr ao all concerned in inany JIaD inany
any aD way waywlth with the tr tics of preparing
foods or liquids shout ijeneftt DenefltPersons ijenefttPersons IJeneftLPer
Persons with this birthdate birth = date are under underth sudsthe
th Ute rule of Sagittarius ttar1u8 c dory sign held heldto INIcIto heldto
to confer great eat indusrry IndU8 ry and quick quickthoughts quickthoughts
thoughts thou They T Frey ey must guard themselvesagainst themselves themselvesagainst wa waa
against a t being too impetuous impetuousTOMORROWS impetuousTOMORROWS impetuousTOMORROWS
I TOMORROWS MENU MENUHOW MENUHOW MENUHOW
HOW TO PREPARE IT ITBREAKFAST ITBREAKFAST ITBREAKFAST
BREAKFAST BREAKFASTApricot BREAKFASTAprieot BREAKFASTApricot
Apricot Halves Stewed StewedStringed Stewe4B StewedSlrlaged
Stringed Beans B Twist with Tomato ensure sceTout ensureRolls SauuiToast
Toast ToastRolls ToutRoDs
Rolls Chocolate ChocolateSnkMt ChoooIateLUNCH chocolateLUNCI3goN
LUNCH LUNCI3goN LUNCI3goN13ulat roK roKsIaIil
SnkMt 0f Oranges and Diced DIeeHam HsiNa HsiNaSam friMd1 friMd11iam
Sam with Oil Mayonuisa Mayonuisacheese MS JI JICbeese MHMS MHMSCheese
Cheese Sandwiches SandwichesPattyeakes Suac11rillf SandwichesPattitahes IL ILPati7eak
Pattyeakes Russian R RDu CosineDINNER Cosine Ooffseflptneg
Du DINNER DINNERifpteei ER ERTomato
flptneg Tomato Soup With Tsspt TssptOraen T Te To Stripe StripeGreen <
Green Peppers with Salmon SaI SaIer Salmonor St Stor
or Roast MuttonCurrant Mutton MuttonCurrant MuttonC
Currant C rnmt Jelly JellySscalloped Jellyxcatloped Jeerlgecalloped
Sscalloped Sweet Potatoes PotatoesSaratoga PotateeCauU1lower Potatoes9hatatga
Saratoga Cauliflower Shrouded fJIar 111111 111111Cabbap lied liedCabhgge He HeCabbage
Cabbage CabbageCarrot CabbapCsrrot CabhggeCarrot
Carrot PuddingCafe Pudding PuddingCafe PudclIIIgcare
Cafe Nolr
gtrlnpsd Beans with Tomato Tomatouse Tuc 9enow 9enowuse
c use fresh cooked oookedDndn green beans when whatpsoarrableiDrain whenbeans
psoarrableiDrain Dndn ADd wash a caa caaand of ofbeans
beans and cut m III small mallIIeceL pieces rAt oook oooka
a few minutes mlnut in salted water thin thrnibutter UNadrabI thindrabs
drabs Melt two level tab tablespoonus aJ f1lla eC eC1MIUer o obutter
butter tea is a sandman a and add two twotaJ level levelofuls heeltablespooufuls
tablespooufuls ofuls taJ of tile sdrrina te Itadd In Inadd R Radd
= add a half teaspooBfuI of ofper ecsalt ofsalt
salt salt the same of sugar a dash ot MIlt MIltper pep pepper
per and threeo threequaners threequart iarters of a cupful egpfUIIItrabaed o ostrained of I Istrained
strained tomatoes pour this into the thebeans tIMbeIms thisbean
beans let cook for five AT minutes 1IIIautllerVe andserve and andserve
serve hot hot hotSaWd hotSalad I ISaUd
Salad of Oranges and Boiled Boi1edSwfllet Ham BamSweet HamSw
Sw Sweet et small oranges are prepared cafe cafeting eatDI cutethug
ting the quarters in two not as much muchof JDUeaof muchthe
of the Juice escapes as when when using usI the thelarge tbeJacp thisIn
large theoranges oranges SH wifc withl the quarters l cut m IDtIaree In Inthree mthree
three pieces m Jab with withparts equal parts of ofbooed fit1M dboded
booed diced ham b and serve with oil oilmayonnaise 011JDaOIIDI oilmayonnaise
mayonnaise e Cut hut ham in small dice diesSaratoga diceSaratoga dIee dIeeSaratotra <
Saratoga Caullnower Cull CauliflowerBoil ow r Boll the caun caunfloe cau caui cauino
no floe 0 eo e in tuud salted water separate and aadroll auctroU androll
roll each sprig in a little grated cheesr cheesrthen cheesrtbeD cheesythen
then in fineryrolled bread crumbs cnaaabe fry fryIn fryta fryin
In batter batt or drippings a golden brown brownCarrot brownCarrot brownCarrot
Carrot PoMing PudcBacIbe The Ingredients for forthis fortbIs forthis
this pudding are One cupful grated gratedcarrots pate4carTOCa gratedcarrots
carrots one cupful grated raw potatoes potatoesone potatoeaone potatoesone
one cupful light brown sugar onehalfcupful onehalf onehalfcupful alfeupful
cupful of currants and raisins onehalf onehalfcupful ooehaltcupful one onecupful lf lfteaspoonful
cupful of butter butteror or finely fiDeI dropped droppedn suet suetonehalf 1AMtUIl
onehalf UIl halt tea each of grated gnat nut nutmeg auteianamon n nutmeg ¬
meg cinnamon and cloves onehalf onehalfieaspoonful o ot onehalfteaspoonful
teaspoonful t l of salt and one tnepeoufof tea tsaspoonfulof
of baking soda add one heaping cupful cupfulof cupfulof cupfulof
of flour stir the soda and the salt It in intbe tathe inthe
the grated ed potato i mix aU aUtirrlDlr together togetherstirring toeetberstirring
stirring thoroughly put ta a a buttered buttereddish but butdIsb buttered buttereddish
dish tie a doth over the top and IIdtIner steam steamthree steamthree
three hours Serve with any favorite taorttS1UICL favoriteeanoe
S1UICL
HAT on earth could Claire Jr and andArthur aDdArbur andArthur
WHAT
Arthur ptey 3 D Day > ay y after day y dur during durin dmlug ¬
lug the long summer mer vacation l they had hadplayed ba4Iayed ladplayed
played everything everythl g they had ever everknows everkDoWB everknown
knows and now they 8ated K mted something someUitasnew SOIDethmsDeW somethingnew
new newWe We played house yesterday ye t said saidClaire saidClaIre soldClaire
Claire as she sat down on the grass grssby grassby
by Arthurs s side de He did Bet answer answerher aDBWeIher aneWerher
her herThen
Then CteJre CIaIr2became became s sileDt eat and per perhaps M Mhaps perpaps ¬
haps they would have na still ill been sitting sittingthere stttmgIt sittingthere
there if n beautiful tit yellow r butterfly had
not come flying yi by byHe byHe byHe
He fluttered and sailed along J dove clooeover c0Iewer doveover
over the grass 1It tops and then swoop swoopimr SWOOruvard swoopIng
imr upward gracefully alighted on the thesoft theI thesoft
soft face of a delicate pink rose in the thegarden theJtUden thegarden
garden close byClaire by byClaire b
Claire watched him himArthur himArthur himArthur I
Arthur bad not seen him yet yetAs yetAs yetAs
As Claire watched the butterfly butterflysailed btstterilysailed f
sailed UP into the air and paid a visit visitto visitto
to the Hollyhock Then a thought thoughtdashed thoughtthrouch thought9ahed I
dashed through Claires ClaIre mind and she sheJussped shejaped shejusiped
japed up with a a shout shoutWhats shoutWhats shoutWbat
Whats Wbat s the matter asked Arthur Arthuri Arthur3IttI Arthursetting
3IttI setting liP upOh I
Oh I bavo a new ne same she i said saiddancimr saiddfaDCI saiddancing
dancing dfaDCI about It will be great t fun funW funWe I
We W will 1 play DIa butterfly I
CARRY ONLY FEW FEWTOILET FEWTOILET FEWTOILET
TOILET ARTICLES ARTICLESWomen
Women frequently carry carrymAJIY many more moretoilet moretoilet moretoilet
toilet accessories acceB8Orlesthan than are needed It Is Isperfectly Isperfectly Isperfectly
perfectly fair to assume that the hostess hostesswill bo tewill hostesswill
will have a dressing dree lng table equipped or orthat ortJlt orthat
that sire trill w l possess enough pieces for forthe corthe forthe
the wants of her guests Every Ev woman womanwishes womanWI womanwishes
wishes to carry her own brash and andcomb aDdeDIRb an3comb
comb but a hand mirror is heavy and andIt DClk andk
k is expected that one will ° be providedThe provided providedThe p1YIdEGTIle
The same is true of soap part of f every everyguests eWIrYguests everyguests
guests room equipment is s a tiny piece piecef pieceS08Jt pieceof
of f soap
S08Jt1APLE
MAPLE CUSTARDS CUSTARDSThe
The maple sugar s fo foe these tb custards custardsthe sDI1iSt custardsnsost
DI1iSt be rolled 3S fine possible with withtile withthe
the rolling pis pr B i eat at t Ave eggs v very ry ngh JIg JIgadd lbgbadd nghadd
add threequarters of a cupful of ofcrushed ofcnJ8Aed ofcrushed
crushed maple sugar gr one ltspoonful ltspoonfult saitspoonf ri riof
of salt salt and turn into three cupfuls c of ofmilk ofk ofmilk
milk k that has been scalded an and cooled eootedStrain eooIecLStntn cooledStrataInto
StrataInto Strain Into small buttered butt red carpe set them thenin themIn themin
in a pan of hot water Bter and put la 1 the theoven tileoven theoven
oven until they are ar Una In the centers centersCool CeDt CeDtCool centersCool
Cool and turn from the cups onto small smallplates smallplates smallplates
plates for serving servingT
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DAILY FASHION TALK TSLKTO T TALKTO LI LITO <
< TO TIMES READERS READERSA
A Fashionable Coat Suit
I Ifhe
W1 TViy vce e wrjll b rzrplrs r t r ° rn first firstshe flrsts
s she he said ij 10 i knrv lrr butttrfIes iuttrres ruttrf fs are arecaterpiaars j jcaterpillars IaterpiIars
caterpillars bofjro bef rr they v hays wings wingsAnd Ings j jAnd i iAnd
And then we will make makebelice believe that we I
ALI AL FITTED FITTEDcoats FITTEDCO
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coats are be being bejaS be1ug ¬
ing much worn wornthss worntw wornthis
this n Bacon 1 and andthis andthis ti titkI8
this OK eat is s sc1aHy espe especially sepeciaUy ¬
cially w wail Jl 1 suited suitedto Stiltedto suitedto
to a small mall U roomer vomanwelt roomeras om8D om8Das
as welt as to togfate toI toyoung
young I girls The Theosllar TJeMIlar Thecollar
collar to novel vel aad aadsmart aadt andsmart
smart t and there thereare t1teresr thereare
are sr e t ta the e patch patchpockets patekp patchpockets
p pockets dcoetw that are areexeaitaBt ireexeeJleltt areexcellent
excellent 1m style styleand stYleJMI styleand
and y 7 t easy to toapply toapply 9 9Q
apply There are areeaas anfa aremass
mass ia the back backof backof backof
of the coat that tbatextend tMtted thatoxtead
extend ted to tfce tfceshoulders 8 8shcMIWers theshoulders
shoulders but the thefronts tile1rOats thefloats
fronts are ntted Atteil1ly Atteil1lyJIMJUI by bymeans bymean
means of darts un under 1IAer vader ¬
der the arms The Theskirt TIMskirt Theskirt
skirt is nlneBor nlneBorod aegor aegor84l
od 84l made e wit with a aplait allt aplait
plait llt at each seamAU seam seamAll
All suiting ug mate materials mat matrl matechain ¬
chain are 1 appropri appropria
a at t e Broadcloth Broadclothwith BrOdclotbwith Broadclothwith
with collar and aadtrimmings D4ItrI andtrimmings
trimmings trI of vel velvet Velet velvet ¬
vet et or of moire moirealilc MOireIII1k moiresilk
silk would makednvl make makeCheviot makeaaMI8R
dnvl Cheviot t homespun homospuHa
a handsome 8IDe ces cestusAe CMt1I ceesttone
tusAe for after afternoon aftera ¬
noon a 0 0 n occasions occasionsaad OCCAIIioasCIUIYS occasonaand
and eaarvas weaves weavesare weaeare weavesare
are greatly liked likedfor likedf likedfor
for f general wear wearand W8raad wearand
and what wA at are arejniin arekaewa areknown
known as man mansettings
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settings are areIa aresuch
such jniin in rogue rogueTsr vopueTar O OtIM
Tar tIM 1 11 year yearstse yeartile yearsins
sins the coat will willp willregMre
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Tardw U g inches tecneswMe etJa incheswire
wire with tJa 1 1yr 1et 1rits
yr rits + ds ot silk for forcollar 101aD4 forr
collar r and trim trimPor trlmFor trimselug
selug For the tneed tJMIIIdt theskirt
IIIdt wilt De need needed
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yam 44 or 52 52inrhM i iWi 52bashes
bashes wine eI wide7isy A Atent
I JIIitatoa It IttiIca patters
tent of the cent eeator eetor centor
or of the theskirt foJIkIrt theskirt
skirt S i 4d C sfsesfor sfsesforIS rises for forprill f fgirls or
girls eC B 15 and and1l
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Little Bedtime Tales By B EDITH HAVENS
COCOONS
Butterftybow Batterfly how can you You play I butter butterfly sattar sattarfly ¬
fly ftyT asked Arthur puzzled mizzledClaire tMlzzledClaire puzzledClaire 1MaUer1
Claire laughed ed happily
DIGESTIBLE COCOEASY COCO COCOEASY COCOEASY
EASY TO PREPAREMere PREPARE
Mere persons persons would use coco instead insteadof instsadof
of coffee co ee if they only knew hew palata palatable palatable paiatable ¬ I
ble It Is when made In this way Place PlaceIn PlaceIii I
In tbe coffee pot or any kind of boiler boileronehalf boileronehalt boileronehalf
onehalf cupful of water one roundedteespocnf rounded roundedteaspoonful roundetltetUJPOOD
teaspoonful 1Il el of coco and the same of ofgranulated ofgraDUIatecI ofgranulated
granulated sugar Let boil fer a few fewminutes 1ewminutes fewminutes
minutes add two cupfuls of rich sweet sweetmilk sweetmlIk sweetmilk
milk and 1Id allow Just to com > to the theboil thebon theboll
boil once more before removing removi i front frontnre fremftre fromtire
tire ftre This is sufficient for two persons personsPlace per8Ol1BPlace personsPlace
Place a > spoonful of good rich cream in ineach ineecb ineach
each cup and stir while pouring Serve Serveimmediately Serveim Serveimsae
imsae im immediately isi y This win be sweet enough enoughfor onoughfor enoughfor
for weak stomachs and much more morenourishing morethan morenour
nour nourishing > than Acoffeo or tea teaMEXICAN t1tEXlCAN teaMEXICAN
MEXICAN PANOCHA PANOCHABoM PANOCHABoIItosether
Boil BoIItosether together one tablespoonful of but better butter butter ¬
ter four cupfuls of brown sugar 5lla ohe oheteaspoonful obetea ohsteaspoonful
teaspoonful of salt salt and one capful of ofmilk ofmilk ofmilk
milk Cook this until u until Ut it drops hard Inc01d incold In Incold
cold water Then pour In two table tablespooofuls tablespooufuIs tablespooufuIs
spooufuIs of vanilla and two cu cupfuls CuIs of ofchopped orebQpped oftlhopBednuts
chopped tlhopBednuts nuts JlUts either peeaBSorUvalnats peeaBSorUvalnatsand or orstir of walups walupsand
and stir constantly con until u ttl well mixedPour mixed mixedPonr ndxEHLPour
Pour 011 oaca < a buttered plate and cut litc litcsquares wt wtsquares itltsquares
squares
Iwl lure COCO cocoon to became the buttellq but 1Jutteray
terfly terflyArQiur tellqArthur
terayX Arthur X became excited at once lid heagreed he heagreed heIt
agreed it would kl be lots of tea t And
then they started to toFIr8t play playFirst playFist
First they played that they were werecaterpillars werecaterpt werecaterpillars
caterpt caterpillars ars and for some time theycrawled they theycrawled the therawted
crawled < about on the around looking
for choice leaves to eat Then they theyplayed the theplayed theyplayed
played they were very sleepy and andcrawling anlcrawUnc andcrawling
crawling over under the Mac bush thev thE thEDreteacJed theureteodedto i ioretended
oretended ureteodedto to eve weave cocoons finally cov covering eovering ¬ I Ie
e ering their th hoad lioads with their coats coatsThey 00tsThe coatsThe
The They were now sfoepiiKc sIeept through the theODJ
long ODJ winterThey winter winterThey wimerThey
They wore very quietDo quiet quietDo Q1 eL eLYOU
Do you think that we will be butter butterflies butterflies buttertiles ¬
flies soonr noon whispered W ed Arthur rthur verysoftly very veryaoftlv
softly aoftlvOh JOttlvI JOttlvuOhves softlyOh
I uOhves Oh yes I I l feel hike frying already Jre il ili i ianswered
i answered Claire and then of a sudden suddenthey soddenthey
i they threw off their coats and ran randancing randancing
I danclu dancing about over the t e grass moving movln movlntheir
their theiracme arms no and down in a funny funnyivay fu funnydray
dray They hopped from nower flower to toflower toflo1ftr toflower
flower bnrybic their noses deep down downinto downInto
into Itttto flower hearts infesting Jn the therare the therare
rare fragrance f nce And thus they played playedWasnt playedWasnt playedWasnt
Wasnt it fun said Claire at suppertime supper suppertime
time tl
timeQreat
Qreat answered Arthur We willplay will willplay willplay
play It again H tomorrow tomorrowAnd t tomorrowsAnd w
I And they did
SPECIAL BATTING BATTINGFOR BATTINGFOR
FOR BEDQUILTS BEDQUILTSOne BED QUILTS QUILTSOne
One of th Ute latest aids to the house housewife housewlte housewife ¬
wife comes in the form of large sheets sheetsof sheetsor sheetsof
of cotton wadding for use in makingquilts making makingquilts makingquUts
quilts and comfortables Instead of ofth otthe ofthe
th the ordinary roll of cotton batting battingthree bdttlngthree battingthree
three widths of which must be e used usedin usedIn usedin
in one wide quilt the wadding comes comesIn comesIn comesin
In specially prepared widths to fit fitsingle fitsingle t tsingle
single or double beds it can be found foundat foundat foundat
at all the larger a el stores Not only does doesthis doesthis doesthis
this new arrangement make m ke th th e workof workof work workof
of prparing pr paring comfortables easy but butsingle butsingle
single stnF Ie sheets of cotton no do OD not < lump up upas upas upas
as did the Le old time rrunRement ar and andtf 8ndtt andif
tf knotted ely cIo tk tltequnt tIle quilt can be bewashed bewaslled bewashed
washed rcIthout taking it apart aparta a fact 1actthat far farthat
1 that wW 11 be much appreciated d bv b any anyone anyone anyone
one W wk k > has made over bed quilts and andcomlortWes adcwmfortables
j comfortables comfortablesCHEESE comlortWesCHEESE cwmfortablesCHEESE
CHEESE SANDWICHES SANDWICHESTwo
Two pounds of American cream creamcheese creamchee8e creamcheese
cheese one small bottle of atuCed atuCedolives 8Uttedo1lYeii stuiaedolives
olives Grate the the cheese and chop Mo the thetve tileoItve theolivesf
oItve olivesf tve Jbferwtx wk mtoasdit t Kt r wlU whip whipseat an6nBit an6nBite
e e seat m or mine te msKe nritJ a as sStt t batter and surdspread andI Itwo
I spread two thin slices of buttered rye ryebrea ryebread
1 bread brea
Marriage Dodgers DodgersFall DodgersFall DodgersPall
Fall Easy Victims VictimsW VictimsOf VictimsOf
W < Of Circumstances CircumstancesDOROTHY
t
DOROTHY DIX DI
Hid r reel al rooms I married said saiditfc
6 T tfc tle the seoendsuess second ma Js because I IMay IIn IepeRt
epeRt a well In the country hijfay m maT 1
May at a house lo ust ta which there therewa tberewac therewas
was wa a girl who wore a blue lines It frock frockThis reekride frockTble
ride This sounds like a totally Inadequate Inadequateyou IDa lnadequatereason
r reason for doing what t you have sworn swornyou lIW nt ntyou
you would neVer nel er do do and aB4 taking tAkb g a header headerInto headertRto headerhits
Into the s sra a of matrimony JII but it Is a atrue atrue atrue
true tale and not a psychological In Investfgatkm InvMtlptioR invertlgation
vestfgatkm that I am due to deliver deliverAnd deltrerADd delverAnd
And anyway I contend that matrl matrlconditkms mMrlis
JII is the re gf a atmospheric atmolJpbericceodltiofts atmosphericconditions
conditions and b adjacentness adjacentnessIf ad adiaoetneeshadnt tDeII8 tDeII8It
If It hadnt been spring or If she shethat 8Ithadat sb sbhadnt e
hadat hadntbeen Mea there there or Jf she hadnt had hadthat hA4that
that blue linen dress re or orbut but whats what s th thuse Ute thein
use in speculating about contingencies contingenciesthat coetIRg8Rdestbat eoetfngenciesdidnt
I that didnt happener happen happenTo 7 7uTo
er To o othat begin with I want to say JaI right righthere righthe 1It 1Ithere
here that at I have always made this I ex excuse exCUM excase ¬
CUM for myself If I hadnt M been weak weakened weakeDed weakened ¬
ened mentally and physically by that thataccursed thataceuneod thataccursed
accursed disease the grippe I dont beIleve be believe be believe ¬
lieve that even the place the hour and andthe lidthe andthe
the girt 11 would have gotten me I should shouldhave BboWdhaye shouldhave
have been alert to danger I should shouldhave shouldbave shouldhave
have put up some sort of a fight or rd ned nedin liedta
in time tbDe or have done some ssmethiag ssmethiagnot thing and andnot lidDOt
not have gone under as I did without wttbcMftefta withouteven withouteven
even shouting helps < heb > r a a stogie gle timeSpringtime time timei UIDeSprittgtime
i Springtime SprittgtimeAnd SpringtimeAnd j jAnd
And Change CkaegeBut C1um ChangeBnt e eBut
1 But But you see Me I had bad 41 tit the deuce of ofan ataR ofan
an attack of grippe along III February Februarywith Fe8a1Twith hebcarywith
with threatening brag compocatkHM andsomehow and andsomehow adw
somehow w after I got out of bed I Icouldnt Icouldnt
couldnt seem to get well I was waaweak as asweak asweak
weak as a kitten with no appetite and anda anda
a temper that mad made my partner beg be me mewith mewith mewith
with tears m in his eyes to stay away awayfrom awa awafrom awayfrom
from the store before I had driven drivenaway lny lnyaway drivenaway
away all of the best De8tTheft customersThen customers customersThen
Then my m doctor d ordered a change changeand cbaDgead changeand
and said that the very T y beet thing in the theworld thew theworld
world w < kI for me would be to go up upinto liltInto upinto
into the country uotry to some quiet farm farmhouse arm nIIhOUIIe armhouse ¬
house where whe there the wouldnt be anybody anybodyto
to talk to and I could sit sI eut in the sun sunall IAall sumalt
all day and breathe in the fragrance fra anC8 ofthe of ofthe ofUte
the spring g flowersThat flowers flowerspacked Aowersnaat
naat That sounded good to me me and 80 Ipacked I Ipadted
packed up my m duds and went nt to a place placethat placethat placethat
that had be been n recommended t to JIIO JIIOfIDe e as asone esone
one of those country dysiums dy where wherethey whetetheY wherethey
they have real cream and dont dots t get gettheir tettheir gettheir
their chickens out of cold storage When WhenI
I got there the place looked like e EdenItself Eden EdenKsehT EdenxeIt
Itself with its green en grass and snow iJDOwof iJDOwofapple of ofapple ofapple
apple apple blooms and and then I Ithenlooked looked up and andland apdsaw pd pdaw
aw Eve was already there before me meaa4 me meand
land and that was going th Ute original garden gardenJjon g1Udeae gardenoaa
Jjon e better betterI beU betterMther r rMuer
I Matter Eve Ev
The Same Sa e Kiad KiadEve KIadEve BindEve
Eve was also city bred She was asehoolmaam a asehoolmaam aschoolma
sehoolmaam schoolma and she Nfeewfee had had hadthe a4tile hadthe
the grippe and had been sent t to thecountry th thfore th thC
C country to remipesate tr It It and be before De Detore
fore thirty minutes utes were over we were wereexchanging wweex wereexchanging
exchanging ex symptoms DI and taping t whatour what whatour wbatour
our respective doctors bad given p us anddone and anddone aDddone
done for usis us usThere usrttere
There is nothing that cements ac acquaintanceship acq ¬
quaintanceship q lp like a bottle of medicineand medicine medicineand
and you may take k from me that the theoriginal theoriginal
original two souls with but a single singlethought 8i 8itboU singlethought
thought ht < tiro two Hearts that beat as one onewere ooew onewas
were w two geesers g esen that had bad the same sameoperation ABleoperatloft
operation performed perf nned on them for appea appeaFLORIDA appeaFLORIDA appeaFLORIDA
FLORIDA SEASON SEASONIS
IS LATE LA TEAFTER AFTER ALL
Fruits Just Beginning to Come and andVegetables aooVeiet andVegetahies
Vegetables Veiet btes Are Very VeryScarce VeryScarce VeryScarce
Scarce ScarceIn
In spite of tie the fact tint Florida fruit fruitand fruitaDd fruitand
and vegetable growers during the themer summer sum summer ¬
mer paopbesled pop e a season from three threeto threeto threeto
to four weeks earlier this year than thanusual tbaa1I thanseem
usual it itmen Jet bi aceotdIng to tile market marketmen JDalketJDeII
men about aboutbeen beenmouth a month late Fruits that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have a been en handling heretofore by bythe bythin
the first part of November Qr are just be hevegetables beCfnDIng bed
CfnDIng d to COMe Ia in aad many of the thevesetablea thevegetables
vegetables for which they have havetIoIpendt > Men Mendepending en endepending
tIoIpendt depending on Florida for are very veryscarce veryJIICIUee veryscarce
scarce scarceEgg JIICIUeeEel scarceEgg
Egg plant Is s so scarce that It isprac ispracare Is prae praetiealiy c ctIeaUy
tIeaUy drr sped from the market There Thereare Titersare
are no jcToriaa tomatoes yet and the thenearby theby thenearby
nearby by tomatoes are not of Very fine finequality tinequaHty finequality
quality String beans are scarce and ndy andcorrespondingly andcorrespondingly
correspondingly y high highTangerines hi5h hi5hTangerilaes highTangerines
Tangerines are Just beginning to come comein comeIn comein
in and are quoted at X cents a dosen dosenhowever dozenhowever
however it will w not t be long before they I
drop In n price TIe few Concord grapes grapesleft grapesleft
left on the m Market et are seUte se ling r at 30 30cents IIcents 30cents
cents the tb basket bask Tokay and Malaga Malagasell Malagagrapes
grapes sell at 29 cents the pound Caj Cajtawoae Ca Catawba8 Ca Catowhee
tawoae towhee at 3 cents the basket Sickle Slckiepears SicklePears SIckJepears
Pears are at the last 1a ef o f their season andsell and andsell 1
sell for 99 cents the basket Hotbonse Hotbonsecucumbers HotDo HotDocucumber Hothoqeecucumbers
cucumbers bring > Ii 1 cents apiece apieeeHoney apieceHomey i iHoney
Honey sells at 25 cents th tide coib conbOySter coobOyster j
Oyster plant two bunches for S c ceuts ceutsIrl8h ce s its itsIrish itsIrish
Irish potatoes 30 cents the bushel rash rashpork Frshpork Fr Frpork
pork runs from about IS 1 l cents per pe i ifor 1tor I Ifor
for spareribs to 25 cents per pound poundfor poulldtor poundfor
for country sausage usa Pure Pu lard Is Isworth isworth II
worth 17 I cents per pound
dtclds d or = fit tile brain or
something 11I medicinal m 01 aassesshmL L
HJt It takes ttace in town te temate set c acquainted
quaJ with D anybody IIJ a f ftunic
mate lady person You take a woman n
Into dinner and you have an hours Ii al alS
J leged S ed conversation COIIYena Oll broken by what whateverybody whatevaybody whateverybody
everybody else is saying and the butl butler butlerptDg slier slierpressing r rpressing
pressing the different t courses upon you youball youJDODtba
Six months later you meet her at a
ball and dance atweetep atwtJt a tweetep p with her for forThrM
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Double Cross CrossOw CroeIJbOUr Cros Crosboundsscquaertaare
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bounds We met at breakfast as
strangers By t oclock w we were stroll strolli
i ing ta the woods together B By noon we wetb
mew each others general 1a history historyy
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tb t the sad 8IMI sad 1 story of our lives and wen wencalling wercalling r
I caJ1 calling each other by our Chrfatia Chrietianames
names JIIDe8 and by bedtime I bad begun t tspeculate t8peC1Ilate tspeculate
speculate as to whether I bad not man maia manf 1 1a
f a mlstake J iota m iD thinking taJ ng that it was bette bett Betteo
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soul to know that that was the begin beginning
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spring and sentiment began to brbblup bnfcbl bnfcblP babbIup
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imagined that I was ta love JoveUThe loveThe
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balance of1D of my life wish a rig et etexlateDee whose whoseexistence
existence I had not even a been aware awartwo awaretwo awaretwo
two weeks before beforeBetter beforeBetter beforeBetter
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1 expect it to to for it was not founded o
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