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. K »Ot Ttti BUSY KOMtMAKi» • • • FURNITURE writ not mof Kordwood floors ft beovy woolen socks o# ploced over the legs before it is moved. CAKE Fruit coke wrtl not burn on the bottom if a paste of corn meoi and water is laid in the bottom of the pan, a waxed paper laid over this, and then the fruit cake batter poured on top. CHEWING GUM con be token out of hair with on application of olive oil. HYDRATORS in refrigerators wifi not become discolored from fresh fruits and vegetables if waxed paper is kept in the bottom of the pan. GRIDDLES wtH not smoke when hot, or need greasing if sprinkled with sott. SACKS of SAPPHIRE FLOUR individool ly prove that "It's the Wheat— Plus Intelligent Milling" is more than a slogan. It's a fact that accounts tor SAPPHIRE'S excel lence. art**** SHt 0 turn PAPS« lA0eiS I ■3» % fi «pi I »J Hilarious heroic dramatic touching That's what Montanans ore saying about former Lieut-Gov. W. R. Allen's popular hook (resident of Wise River, Montano) rr THE CHEQUEMEGON rr (BEAVER) From fur trading to the pres ent, here is Montana in the raw by a native, born 1,000 mites from a railroad. Brilliant flashes of Montano's leaders, it is among the most popular of recent books. The first edi tion of this book is nearly sold out. Autographed copies while they last. Am Ideal Gift for All Age* FI m ( Each $3.00 . . . from If there is no dealer in your community send money order or check direct to I W. R. ALLEN Leggat Hotel, Butte Be sure to give both NEW and OLD postoffices when you change address. Tested Recipes Candy LET THE CHILDREN make some candy for Christmas. They will have fun packing some of each variety in a fancy box for their special friends both old and young. * * * Burrs: 1 cup seeded dates, % cup figs put through medium knife of food chopper. Knead mixture and form into 12 balls. Toast 1 cup shredded cocoanut. Roll balls in toasted cocoanut. * * Popcorn balls; Pop % cup corn. Sprinkle with % teaspoon salt. Pre pare he syrup as follows: Melt 1V 2 tablespoons butter, add IVa cups brown sugar, 6 tablespoons water. Stir these ingredients until the sugar is dissolved. Boil them, without stir ring, to the soft ball stage (238 de grees F.). Stir it slowly into the popped corn until every kernel is coated. Shape the corn lightly into balls, with slightly floured hands, as soon as it is cool enough to handle. * * • Date balls: 1 pound seeded dates. Put through food chopper with 2 cups chopped pecan meats, add V4 teaspoon salt. Shape into small balls. Roll in powdered sugar. « * * Chocolate fudge: 2 cups sugar, % teaspoon salt, % cup top milk or thin cream, 2 squares chocolate, shaved thin, 2 tablespoons butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cook sugar, salt, milk and chocolate slowly. Stir gently until chocolate melts. Then cook without stirring to 234 degrees F. or until mixture forms soft ball when tried in cold water. Remove from heat and add butter without stirring it in. Let stand until cool and add flavoring. Beat with wooden spoon or work with spatula on marble slab until fudge loses its glossy appearance and is thick and creamy. Pour % inch thick in buttered pan and mark in squares. A cup of nutmeats may *be added before pouring into pan. ♦ Red and Green apple crystals; 6 cups sugar, 3. cups water, 6 large ap ples without a blemish, red and green coloring. Place 3 cups of sugar and 1% cups water in one pan and remaining sugar and water in a sec ond pan. Stir until dissolved. Add a little red coloring to one and green coloring to the other. Pare, quarter and core the apples and cut each quarter in three slices. Put half the apples in one sauce pan, the re mainder in the other. Boil gently, turning occasionally until trans parent. Remove the apples from the syrup and lay each slice separately on a tray covered with wax paper. Let them dry for 24 hours. Then roll in sugar and let dry again for 24 hours. Repeat this process until no drops of moisture form on the apple crystals. Very nice for decoration to use with home made candy. Also a very delicious confection. P 3 CHEERS FOR. pieischmann's new pRy yeAST For Women 62 (WHO SAKE AT HOME) Only (9 o c 3T mm # 4) 46 : r VES-NEEPS HO REFRIGERATION — I — T P EVER. <sä ✓7 $0] T T/0/A/&S / (SpCS! FITS MV FAVORITE RECIPES, TOO ßr SO PEPENPABLE — RISES FAST EVERV TIME fee r I ALWAYS GET 3 PACKAGES AT A TIME ANP KEEP IT OH HASP «sa LOOKIT —All you do is sprinkle on top of lukewarm water. Let stand 10 minutes. Then stir well. 3 times as many women prefer FLEISCHMANNS YEAST When Writing to Advertisers, say I Saw It in ft Montana Farmer-Stockman » HatiohAiL farm LOâH ASSOCIATION , ~ u.*, •»Hr»* *«*, Un, !.. I t k J k I ■4 We take this occasion to wish you a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR ■ l See Your Neorest Notionol Fori Member Federal Land Bonk Syster Loan Associe CONRAD, MONT GREAT FALLS. MONT MISSOULA. MONT HAVRE, MONT. GLASGOW. MONT. GLENDIVE. MONT. , MILES CITY, MONT * BILLINGS, MÔNT.î , BOZEMAN, MÔNT1 1 KAl'SPELL. MONT. LEWISTCWN. MONT PLENTYWOOD. MONT HAMILTON, MONT Owned by Formers for Formers''