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A Reminder of "Olden Days" ( SOLD IN KEGS and - CASES Best for fHot There's an indescribable "something" SurHot about A No. I1 that makes it different Sammer -f--- from the rest - - - and better. Days w'ý~e n Order a Case TODAY An Inspiration is a joy forever; to have many of these is to be spiritually rich-Stevenson. STEAMED PUDDINGS. This is a collection of reliable recipes of various steamed puddings which are e joyed during the cold weather. Suet Pudding, -Take one cup ful of finely 1iii 1 chopped suet, one cupful of mo lasses and one cupful of sour milk, two eggs beaten light, three and one-half cupfuls of flour, salt, spice to taste, one cupful of fruit, raisins, currants and citron mixed, or any one fruit. Add one teaspoonful of soda to the sour milk and steam in a buttered mold two hours. Serve with egg sauce. Beat one egg very light, add one cupful of sugar, and pour over the egg and sugar half a cupful of boil lag hot milk. Flavor to taste andi serve at once. Graham Pudding.-Take one-half: cupful of molasses, one-fourth cupful' of sweet fat, one beaten egg, one-half, cupful of sour milk, one-half teaspoon ful of soda, a .lttle salt, one and one half cupfuls of graham flour, one cup. ful of raisins, and spices to taste. Steam four hours. Prune Pudding.-Take one pound of prunes soaked over night and pitted. halt cupful of butter substitute, one pint of coarse bread crumbs, one cup ful of sugar, one-fourth cupful of mo lasses, three beaten eggs, half a tea spoonful of soda dissolved in one ta blespoonful of milk, one teaspoonful of cinnamon, half a teaspoonful of drives. Steam three hours. Wedding Pudding.-Take one cupful of fat salt pork chopped fine, one cup fu1 of chopped raisins, two cupfuls of mlgar, three and one-half cupfuls of obtr, two cupfuls of milk. one tea spoestal of soda, one of cloves and one et elanamon; mix all the dry ingredl ests except the soda, which is dl solved in the milk, then add milk aad beat welL Steam four hours. Serve with a rich fruit sauce. Bread Crumb Pudding-Take two ad one-half cupfuls of bread crumbs. emo cupful of sour milk, half-cupful et shortening, one egg, one teaspoonful of soda one cupful of ralsls, one cup ful of any ind of preserves, one cup ful of sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg to taste. Steam two hours. Serve with aay desired sauce First American Grammarian. The first American grammarian to attain distinction, Lindley Murray, died nearly a century ago. He was a native of Pennsylvania and a Quaker, and his famous "Grammar of the Eng lish Language" was the first textbook of its kind written by an American to be used in the schools on this side of the Atlantic. It first appeared in 1793. National Prosperity. No country can endure long If its foundations are not laid deep in the material prosperity which comes from thrift, business energy and enterprise. from hard, unsparing effort in the ields of industrial activity; but neither was any nation ever yet truly great If it relied upon material proe perity alone.~-Theodore Roosevelt Cadavers Stered in OIL For storlng bodies for anatomical se, Dr. Arthur William Myers of Stanford unlversity uases boxes flled with mineral seal oil. wheb is almot edorlees and preserves the cadaver fem doeay. HI Miss Spring Arrives TRRR- (L OH MV DEAR, YOU OflT -l M AUT FAOS C OLr4 KNOW HOW NE DEEM 0S 11 IM ANUTFROZENpKIN FO AR-(LAD $HES lb) _oR~nll TO PEATh _ - TO H (.NIb noWN IC6f lAVE * -- / SOMSER'tA * ) 1 ' /ý 1 j uN' l· Earth Still Growing. In the early days of its history the earth grew rapidly by the addition of meteoric matter. It is still growing in the same manner, though scarcely to an appreciable extent. for the mass of meteoric matter added yearly is reck oned to he only 2O.000 tons. -now Iow Arkansas In First Place. Arkansas is first among the states In America in the production of two minerals, bauxite and novaculite, the former being the ore of aluminium and the latter the source of the larger part of the ollstones produced In the United States. Many Accidental Drownings. Accidental drowning caused 5,550 deaths, or 7.4 per 100.000, in this coun try last year. This rate Is considera bly less than that for any preceding year since 1910. and is also decidedly below the average for the decade 1901. 1910. If you expect any miracles In 1970 you have got to perform them.--"Sid Bays." LITTLE ECONOMIES. Every one who wants to help the state this year can do so by giving thought to th4 question of how to econoIllize food. If we are careful of the lit tie wastes, the larger ones will loIok after them selves. One of the best tests of patriotism just now is the stopping of all waste of food In our holmes and substituting other foods for those which are leIs plenti ful. This can be done without sacri ficing health or strength. If a veal loaf or any kind of ment loaf Is wrappeld In oiled pai.per before baking it-will save a loss of flavor and juices with no hard crust. An elmergency filling for sandwiches for two or three people can be maltde from half a jelly glass of chollpped meat. A tablespoonful of molasses added to grlidle-cake batter will make thetm brown nicely. Keep a small bottle of caramelized sugar to color gravies. Brown sugar in a clean, smooth frying pan until a dark brown, add boiling water to dis solve thcl sugar and bottle the liquid. A few dropslwill color a bowl of gravy. In stenaming puddings like suet or plum puddings which keep for some time if small Ihking powder cans (one pound cans) are used the slices aref shapely and there are never any broken bits to waste. Boston brownt breadtl steamted In Nakt:ng ipowdeilr ains cooks mllore quickly. nmay lie rehelited in the cans and it also slices in ulttre tive-sized pieces. To remove the small feathers from game dip the hird after picking it as well as possible in melted paraffin; the' wax when cool will come off with the small pinfeathers. The paraffin mayI be melted and strained and used again and again. Honey may be used In many dishes in place of sugar; Is fine in cake and cookles, makes good grIddle cake sirup and candy; In fact is an all-round good substitute for sugar. In cooking lemon pie filling remem ber the acid should not be added un til the cornstarch or egg has been well cooked as the lemon juice will act upon the starch with the heat and thin it. Intolerance Always Error. Few men are really mean, but many are intolerant and lacking in forbear ance toward others, forgetting that the temporary decisions of men are all subject to revision according to the stern law of compensation. RUSAKOFF FURNITURE STORE FRE ST. Refrigerator time Is here, and for the proper conservation of food a refrigerator is an absolute ne.essity. When woU buy A -) the Ahanks IRefrigerator, you are buying the bet. The. 'tit shown is solidly built of hardwood. lHas nIickel plate haudle and hinges. Interior lined with porre loid. nakingL it sanitary and easy to Lee, $21.95 ' i .k .......... ....... .. $ 2 1-9 5 RIefrig. rators from $10.90 up. Reed Go-Cart When Baby comes. mother'a thoughts turn to the baby .arriage. feeling that noth ing is too good for baby. When the Reed Go-4'art is s.lected you may feet as sured that baby will have -.omfort. These are genu;ne' f~ier reed over steel bral~es: Sequippted with wintd shield snd adjustable hood: ham rubber-tired .....$22.95 Call and Convince Your self that H. N. RUSAKOFF Sells for Less 806-10 POreclhmen. Inca Stonework. That which Is claimed to he the finesr stono ,inason \woerk in the \\orll Is to be seen in the rluins f Incli:l palaces in Cuze.o, Petr. Noet even :I needle can he insorted hbetweenr the great hlocks. The microscope hows that theei stones o ere wrought with tools of chanlld,. an alloy of coptper and tin. Far-Seeing Youth. Robehrt hanll been alngry at Jaine. for several dlays and I wa i ,rprised toe htear himn call o\ver to J;Lmnes and in ite hinll to dilne anllni rile on his new sled. Later I quelI-tioned hin is to his for-ix,,nes< of .lallet < utiiel lRobehrt explained:, "Well. Bill told e Jlim was goinC to li;le a ,anrty tnext week andl I didn't want to tbe out."--EE change. Something About Olives. Like oether fruit trees, the olive tree hai many enemties, inehlhling lbirdls and Insects. The mosliit drealded of these is il small fly called dtacus elcoe. half the size of a Ilholuse fly. It is calcuisted that ia sinle fly will destroy 3trl or 41111 olives. The only remedriy is to gather the fruit early. and by crushing it at once destroy the lllrvae. An Opportunity For Ambitious Saleswomen Woolworth's New 5c & 10c Store Caal & Birged CHECKED UP By AI.VAH J. GARTH rn ý"l r l'n:ftl "a , I. It a mll"t, & ef. SI r i'+ t ". I' lr' ing up hi_ ," ,,... . . h f I,. . l. n .i ain r:L I. , " !,. .. ..ed 7 't ,- , it y s! cy sl~, o[ to IN ".r : ,, rll d , H i ra fi a im ,,, e" t ilothe Sthitiia lre U rn goin to tet to em l er Ja g " r.... a i :l. . prm tl:,, r& c i to, MI re.l t, , tei sirt. ur i "hlien ' i"..'r t fi_... ,.;, f:h for liten, Martha. T his letter is r "Nor"na st togr " he"r, a Miss an, Brown, " ain it says that Norian is Cr trouble, .is a y fr, the,. city ifor " h:n. ,r" I." day or two, ai. lecrause she is rlat, ehte.l In hi 11 nd the busintess, asks nrl to contrr o at once and feel t a coknsultation with lh'r. Tell ohi, r worried iid ildisppolinted! J py Norman $I).(0)0 to make his way I the world, and grhre's a brea ." It was no oilstor at all,. rncle o. ram "fund, wh'n he bnterved the ofl Slis ten, Mrtha& o. twhi lmrnings Ilat. Br lown, ankd It say s hie noted that namtre bl:ne iaw lt from the plcty for dglass wi.loas, bt ause quieted doint es he In hrimced himself to the pretty arid sensill lookingth youhng rlady "I like ur loks,ppo" he annted I Normtlan. "and yor , eye tell me way are woa rl in there'hit oa speakln "e tramth. No, then he, tell m athll bo It." Tl e rekeitl that aolloted, strloa and anxious. sobered Uncle iHiran nt a little.azoned It nr that some pba advisers h induced Norman tomhe pr "ntly, "urang." Tht o the name way a part of it, plunging outside of ethb cal securities was a second. "If r. Smrl in th had ofnly kept a t sth. Nil with safe securities he alb not hanxioe hus, sobeny troed Uncle" delarm a the young aIdy. "lIe was Influenet a lhittle.y a st of reck thless sompe t tors, and has lost nearly all his esp tl. ser had is nrouduc. d wanted to "nake lurmney to fThat of the has bee a partood frit, endpl tplunging out. Smith, of t In ml e eritio ent whe I was cond. I of wsterk adilyr th saferosecurit of it, ahed I like have hai- any troubmething more tee the t" youn the "pe wasr flushed. "Anl. likes pou-andt snmethed t more tlni :t, tois that it" hns benuat I ioipe so." assnted M ss BrSmith, frankly. "t all ent, when I wish to hb. ancIc. of course."ospect of "like h ndt it sotraightforward a thatin" liknd the iram, anflush d ed. think It oiker, which he dd. omTh I'more than twhat I will do. ni t thin. m we'll y.go oer te book ad frankly.r u all tIe debts. Next, no Ien silly fals like using the Smythe nest Then Norman has got to cut out tb exhi ansve clubs, and two-hour a3h. ons, an training with a set orward bufellowsn wh,o la with hank anccd anthi don't ovre whse they are. 1e. tak'v that ame od thase windows a make it 'Smith & Co.,' as it ougtW hbe, righte'll go over the booawa." Ilinma actually enjoyed the xnet no days. Miss Brown was a girl to 1 more an.d mnore the better one eimM acqualnted with her. The glk truthfulnesso and honest business ar she displayed completely was Dim over. It was the third msnoira s his arrival that his nephew si Sthe oftce. "Who changed those slia 6t0 windows?" he hbegan atormnlly. Ava silenced him with the warnilnt reply: "Your uncle, who is in tim ad room." Norman Smith became mes a lamb as he ontfronted the latst. d was stern and dilnibed as hi ad: "Sit down. I want to hrie a with you. No, don't close the d IMiss Brown isa better bisle I than you are, and has my: Now, then" "You talk wisdom, Uncle R lES be conceded, "and Fll be glad t, over a new leai." "All right," spoke his uncle. find lots of encouragement an & If you do. wnl be your bthack L reasonahle way, and Miss BrowS. r doesn't spell her name with S tagged onto It or any sucrh folMd l a hate balance wheel. If you -and something more than thaty , oluded the old man, syly, -t "YI do that," aceded Noro.S , Ingle, and be went into the aet -t "Millss rirown-Ava," he ddea. W uncle cltdes me for my folly li Ing my name, but I don't thlak W* object i I ask you to chaeg 7d and, chackling serenely, Uile r fellictated himself with the a belief that he hadn smoothed , wrinkles in the Iaves of allr - Tibetan Church Ore!t Ps In Tibet one son at least of - family irnust join the churLn,tI for spiritual motives, partly I the temnroral protection of the 3 terles. the most powerifal c! the country. Use Water Spa wAn Arab drinks cold oaI t I spoon. and never bathees otr his home be on the tleast o. ,11