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1 StSI iH' ^T\x WAII ltMliLON KIND 1'IOJUjKS To st\cn pound® of watermieloffl iplnds cpared by being peeled aud the red meat cut out, use one pir.t (f t-ood vinegar and oiws-'h.alf p-int of u-attr, three pounds of su gar and1 spices to suit. BoU the fru in the syrup until clear. Let it stand oveL'iwglit in the syrup, and bo-'l ne«t m.o.rinin'g nnitil done. Seal in glass fruit jars. WATERMELON PRESERVES Peel aud cut out the red) meat. Cut rind im tliree and four tncli pieces. Let stand over night tl.ru salt water if you like but it is /not nie cessairy. Cover the rlndis with water ani let boil until they can be pierc ed wil'th a straw* Skilm out tine rinds anid' to every pint of juice adid one amid one-half pounds of sugar. Lett this boil until it begi'.ne to be eyirupy. Put back the rinds and let •theon boil until they are clear. Then add a quart 'can of pineapple to ev ery gallon of preserves. Boil fif teen or twenty miinutes. Put jars and seal. E A S O A E J' 'ke a o'iob dougih. Roll the lay- :,r In The City In the city little children, have to get tlieir beans and/ peas Prom a very funny man that comes around 'In a wagon piled up high with such ja dreadful lot of these, But they never see them growing in ::P^SPP ,S||4S$S^ The Housewife's Corner SOI Ll CltlOAM BISCUITS Ttlnsis© are easily made. Sift one quart ol' Hour, one teaspoon of Bodia awd cue teaspoon of salt 'to gether, then star ua one pinit of cream. Ro!l ithe dough on a floiured board till about aim inch thick. Form with an omiliary cutter audi anranige an. a »rt:«'-.«] pan baitoe from' tweiivie to tateui liiiiiutee iin a hot ovein. jp '%$ "-ffi j. GERMAN SAUCE Chop two quarts of cabbajge, twoi quarts off green tomatoes, one pint For the Children of omjonis three bunches of celery ^oor k'-didiiles. add one-ihalf of 5 cents worth of white, mustard seed, one pint of boiling vinegar, a scant .pint of su gar, two teaspoons salt and a lit tle pepper and boil all together for fifteen miinutes. Good. CANDIED ORANGE PEEL Remove pulip of oranges, place the riads in oleair cold water with a small pinch of soda to a quart of reelings. Boil five minutes and throw away the water. Then have ready a tiiiick syrup and .boil the rinds in it unitil done, but mot so they will dro.p to pieces. Pish out with a Cork and dry on plates in warm overn with opein door. These a-ne fine chopped or sliced' to piut Onto cakes, sauces etc. i'Rj ED SALSIFV r:/ Wash and scrape well and cut iin to pieces. .Cook till ten.der in salted inito'water and. drain. Bt-nt an egg light, d-iip .the salsify in. j^y. ssasss aini-iiihx'M ers quite thin, punch holes in -them wdi.'h'a fork aind bake quite brown. While hot spread with butter. Have your peaches' ready and1 put itliem between the layers of the cake. Toi prepare the peaches itake those tliat are soft, ipeel, wash and seaisioni to taste. v' 'r 'I w^ere l'le mlI1'n, it and roll in cracker dust. Fry as you would, oysters in butter or lard. Tlliey taste very much like l'nied oysteTs. the ground. In the country little children pick thiaitr dinmer crisp and sweet, And they dio it as a lovely sort of game Plums amd peaches, beans and cab ba^e?„ g^|Pdn.^«3 gracious such a JUL or how well informed you may be, you cannot follow the progress of the great European war, the greatest war the world has ever known, without a set of reliable, accurate and up-to-date maps, and we do not believe that a more satisfactory set could be found than are to be had in the Kf *ri» V- a which the Journal is giving free to all subscribers, new and old, who pay $1.00 on subscription. 1 Don't you wish that city children did the same. There .are thousands of little boys and gi'rlis who live 'In the largte cit ies who have never been to tihe country an their lives.. Boys and girls who have never seen., a oow or sheep or chickens who have never seen the grass growing in am open field, or a barn or little brook run ning ttliro.ugh the woods. Children W'hioi never went swUmmtog or pod dilfed iin the cool water of a brook, who never roil iced in the field /'i* v4:^ This atlas contains large maps, 15x22 in., of each of the warring nations it gives the peace and "V^s v. war footings of the armies and navies of the world it explains the cause of the war and is, in fact, "M ..v. M"* a guide for those who wish to be accurately informed. Bemember these are not for sale they are given FREE to Journal subscibers who pay for one year's subscription at regular prices. -..v i.X' DO IT NOW.1 Call in person or put a dollar bill or your check in an envelope and send it to makiing liay. Mua'ie And Her Squirrels ,/ Two or1 three days after the bo.y with a gun had came so near shoot ing tine squirrels a light wa-gorn stop ped im- front of the house where Ma rie lived. The boy jumped out and assist ed a lady to alight followed by a lit tle girl. "My name is Randall", she said to Marie's mothier who. met them at the d.oo.r, "and 'this is my little niece, Laura Doam. We are your neighbors ^.nd live about a mile eap We didn't know that anyone lived here until Tom, my sio.n, was hunit i'ng the other day and discovered that the house w-a occupied. I know hc-w lonely it is far strangers where neighbors are so far between, as wo have not lived here long our selves, so I came the first oppor tunity to call and get acquainted." Marie's mother welcomed theon warmly' for indeed she had bee.n. lonely in this sparsely settled neigih borhood aud among stnanigei-s. Children get acquainted easily and soon Marie and the little girl were talking together as though they had always kinowii each other,. Of course Marie took Laura out to see her playhouse and almost the first thing Frisky came scam per-'n.g down the tree-. "Oh, look," cried Laura, 'see the little squirirej." She held out her hands toward him, anid. he did not run away but sat on his hind feet and began to nibble at a c.'Ut which he he'd in his fore paws/tfff,,, "Oh, see, see," she icried. 5 WAR "the cute little squirrel and he us not afriapdl of me." Marie was glad the squirrel al lowed Laura to see hi'm so closely. "Yes, he is getting so tame that soimetini.es he lets me taike hiirn up, but he doe&n't like to be handled very iwell." "Oh," cried Laura, "there is an other. "Oh, oh.," .she repeated^/as Nimble a/nd Ohiatt.er two came 'in '.view. She was so busy watohijnig theiir giambols that she could hardly pay proper attention tci the 'details of the l.ittle playhouse wilnich Marie was pctV.iting o.ut to her. Soc.n heir mcltier. called her to go home. "I mean'to have a playhousie too," she comfidied to Miarie, "We have lots- otf trees inear oiur house that makes beautiful shade, and peril flips t'be squirrels and bind© will come and get acquainted with me too. "If you are careful not to fri/gihiten them., I am, sure they will," Marie told her. 1 $£§ Two Little Boj Please, dear mother, listen to me May I have the poor litt'le boy to te •He lives iin the Little toyslhiop sibreet, And we laugh at each, other whem ever we meet 3 wanted to speak, but murse would .not stop. And really Ins only dirty on top. Nurse said "no" because slie stays Poor little Voyis have naugihty ways. And if I go l'g thai sort o£ ocys They'll soil lr.y l.'. and break my 1(.S. But I turned round and sakl to nurse, "If diinty is naughty, greedy is' worse And if I invited my boy, of course, I ai^uld want hilni to ride rocki,ng-liorse, And run the trains ion my railway line, And play with my soldiers and all 111 ait's mine And if he did break the Hidings that wind I'd try to pretend I dicto't mind.' Daii'.li.ngeet Mother yo'u know what I mean, i*. ft For you like little boys when they II V'f' y- y1-''" toy to be clean. Then say I cam have hum. another. please d'O, And I know he will wash if I aak him to. "S U'lien Animals Sleep -. Elephants sileep standing up. In herds some always keep, guard, while the rest sleep. V'"U iSS i./ "41 J? Audiuboin County Journal Oct. 8. •«*. Bats sleep head downward, hang ing by their hdtod claws. '. Birds with few exception's sleep See Kommes Bros, for On® Mln with their heads turned back and ute electric and power washer tihelr beak thr.ust beneath the wiing. I ttadv. TITH colder weath= I er fast approach- Ififir ypumust not fail to have an *i -'Sit coats. [9 .a Storks, gulls asnd other lomg leg ged bitds sleep standing on, one leg., JINGLE ov€T Hie Whan the cow jumped moon, it i's sai.'di t4 Th,e ni'an in' !the moon had a terlrl ble fright For slie sailed o'er his .head as. lie lay in hils bad, Wliille the little dog laughed at the woinderf-uli sigiht. »!-t t' early look at our mag nificent line of Ladies' j#7 Come whether you" are ready to buy or not. Lopk thru the stock, de cide on your color, your fabric let us find your correct fit. You can have it laid aside for a later time If you want to. PerOiap.5 you may not kno.w that we buy all our coats firom. the larg est exclusive c-oat house in the coun try. A concern so largiethat in fact they really dictate the correct styies in coats. You may buy any one of our new Fall coats and rest assured that the style, quality and price is right. We invite compari sons,] .... Ooats, $8.50 and up. _'