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CLOVIS. NEW MEX-ICO, NEWS'
GOOD SUMMER SAUCES
EXCELLENT TO SERVE WITH
. Recipes of French Chef That Shouts'
9 Be Ueeful Tartar Sauea for
Brollod Sardlnaa la Some
thing of a Novtlty.
A good aauca adda feat to what oth
erwise might be Insipid and unattrac
tive In the war of food. The eeason la
at band when cold dlabea are often the
moat appetizing and the moat conven
ient to serve. Very often a cunningly
prepared aauca will lift euch a dlib
from the uulnlerestlng monotony of a
"leftover" to a temptlug morael with
the stamp of a French chef. In the
large botela where the secret of sauce
concocting are known, largo profits ac
crue from the aervlng of dinner left
overs In a new Incarnation of luncheon
entreea. Theae reclpea for appetising
aaucea, from the notebook of a French
chef, may prove helpful to the summer
Verve Sauce for Cold Fish. Mil by
beating thoroughly four tablespoonfula
of grated horseradish, a tablrspoonful
of finely ground bread crumba, pinch ol
salt, pepper to taste and halt a cupful
of sour cream or milk. Add a tea
spoonful of lemon Juice and pour over
two-Inch cubee of the oold boiled bait
but or cod.-
Sauce for Cold Boiled 8almon.
Make a rich drawn butter, season wltb
aalt and paprika. Just before serving
add a tableepoonful of Madeira wine In
which a clove and a bit of ginger have
been marinating for an hour or two.
Garnish the cold fish with lemon and
parsley and serve the aauce separately.
Sauce for Cold Lamb. Melt a glass
ful of currant Jelly. Add a glaaaful ol
port wine. Bring to acaldlug, but not
boiling point Serve In a small tureen
with cold lamb or fowL
Tartar Sauce for Broiled Bardlnee.
Mix one tablespoonful of tarragon
one teaspoonful of lemon Juice, a pinch
of salt aud a tablespoonful of Worces
tershire and heat over hot water
Brown bait a cupful of butter and
strain over the mixture.
Mint Sauce. Break up the leaves ol
fresh mint until you have a cupful
Mix a third of a cup of vinegar and a
fourth of a cup of augar. Heat and
pour over the mint. 1-ot stand at leaal
an hour before aervlng.
Only a chance to rest
your hands and back
is worth five cents.
BUT there's no chance
WASHING POWDER. It
wouldn't increase in
sales every week un
less it made house
work much easier.
la a sudless dirt re
mover for clothes.
It cleans your dishes,
sinks, toilets and
cleans and sweetens
J oar milk crocks, it
ills germs, it does
nof need hot wster.
Car bo Nspths Soap
Washing Powder '
Five Cents Alt Grocers
The Rub-No-More Co., Ft Wayne, Ind.
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JASPER 8IPES COWIPAhiY
Opera Chnlra and Sohool Suppllea
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA
Cured without knife. riMnlaand FlMurt
without, cliiuruform or ttir and rut coo-
fnruiftit tn bospiiat. Ujeatfd lu yr Id City.
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l Vli'kra t'lirmfftu fhlft Ant tn lira. ThfrnUm at
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1 For best resalts ship
sy Commusion Co. 1,,",Vam
Lite Slack Eiceieta leWiat
Sit T.ti.. OKLAHOMA CITT
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Br Ivlegmpu wbva dt'alrud.
Mix together the following Ingredi
ents: One-half cupful of olive oil.
two tablespoonfula of cider vinegar,
one tablespoonful of tarragon vinegar,
one-halt teaspoonful aalt, one-quartet
teaspoonful of paprika, one-eighth tea
spoonful of black pepper, one table
spoonful each of finely eut onion, para
ley, green pepper, red pepper, and
one hard-cooked egg, finely cut. Thor
oughly mis and serve on lettuce or
any green aalad.
Ruaelan Siloed Cake.
With one-fourth of a pound of augai
mix the yolks of Ave eggs, tben gradu
ally three ouncea of flour. In a tea
apoonful of anise seed, two ouncea ol
chopped blanched almonds and last tht
whites of Ave egga whisked quite stiff
Bake In long, narrow cake Una (paper
lined and well buttered), and when
done turn out cool, slice and dry ths
allcea In the oven nntll quite crisp.
They axe then ready to serve.
Half a Yeast Cake.
"Pennlee make dollars," says ths
wise saw. And although a yeaat cake
costs only a couple of cents and a ball
a yeaat cake seems hardly worth sav
ing, It la quite possible to save them.
Often It la Inconvenient to get a yeaal
cake at a nioment'a notice, so on
kept on hand would prove convenient
Thla la the way to keep one, In whole
or In part almply Immerse It In flout
or salt nntll needed.
Poached Eggs With Cheese.
For Ave aervlnga prepare five some
what thick altcea of toasted bread,
round If convenient Make a eauci
of one level tablespoonful butter, two
of flour, a lltle aalt; stir these togetbei
and add gradually three-quarters cup
ful of etralnod tomato to which a
pinch of aoda baa been added, and
bait a cup of rich milk. Dip the edges
of the toaat In the aauce, then pour
the sauce over the allcea. Place on
each allca a nicely poached egg,
eprlnkle It with grated cbeeae and set
In the oven to melt the cheese.
Tn Clean Laces.
Delicate laces which have becoma
tolled may be cleaned beautifully by
queeslng them through skim milk to
which a little bluing baa been added.
They come out of their bath looking
like new and are Just the right stiff
ness when starched and'drled, or dried
and Ironed between clotha over a turk
Isb towel pad.
Buttermilk for Holla..
, Buttermilk will Insure much softer
and lighter hot rolls than If plain milk
The fuxuy lady hud noticed that the
rude man sitting beside her on the
street cir had expectorated on the
floor. The fussy ludy Immediately sig
naled the conductor and Hint, olllclul
came in to sue what wue wanted.
"Do you allow spitting In this cur?"
demanded the fumy ludy.
"Well, no," replied the conductor.
"Hut you can come out on the platform
If you want to, lady." Cincinnati Enquirer.
ITCHING, BURNING ECZEMA
R. F. D. No. 1, Box 15, Corapeake,
N. C "My baby began with the ecie
ma Itching and burning. It broke out
all over hla head and face, lega and
arms with little pimples. I did not
sleep any In about four months. He
cried and Itched all night and day for
four months until his head and face
were matter all over. He waa disfig
ured badly. Hla clothing would be
difficult to remove at times.
"I tried two treatmenta with no suc
cess at all and I bad almost decided
tbore was no cure for It. I was told
by a friend that Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment would cure It I washed the
child with the Cutlcura Boap and
warm water two or three times a day,
then anointed him all over wltb the
Cutlcura Ointment He took a great
change and alept night and day. I
used Cutlcura Boap and Ointment six
months and he was cured complete
ly." (Signed) Mrs. Arma Lee, Mar.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment told
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Bkln Book. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boaton." Adv.
Some men are as easily rattled as
others are bard to shake.
Only One "DROMO QUININE"
Te ft lbs tannine, call for rail asms. LAXA
TIVE 8ROMO0UININ8. Look for titaerore ot
I. W. CROVR. Cim Cold In On Dir. Stops
aosfb sad headache, and work eg cold. lis.
The man who travels on hla cheek
ought to have a pretty atrong face.
Whenever You Need General Toale
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tooio is equally valuable as a
General Tonio because It contains the
well known tonio properties of QUININE
sod IRON. It sets on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds op the Whole System. SO csnta
The average man think his Intelli
gence la above the average.
DEATH-WATCH CAT IS HAPPY
Poe-esque Animal, Whose Cries Re
vealed Master's Body, Gets New
Home at toe Angeles.
Jake, the black cat whose walls led
neighbors to the dead body of Frank
Ilamble of 216 Weat Sixty-ninth street,
Ios Angeles, after life bad Teen ex
tinct a week, found a new home. He
slept for hours In the sunshine, ap
parently unmindful of the harrowing
hours spent shut in the room wltb the
remains of hla late master.'
Neighbors adopted the cat when, al
most starved, It waa taken bunday
from the little two-room bouae where
Ilamble passed the last hour of bla
life. Jake waa almost a skeleton, and
great care had to be taken at first In
order not to overfeed him, but,
stretched in a rocking chair, his sides
bulging and bis big green eyes closed
to mere slits, Jake wua the picture of
Hamble'e mother. Mrs. F. A. Saun
ders, offered to care for the sole com
panion of her aon for many montha
prior to his death, but when abe found
Jake apparently happy and content to
remain with a neighboring family, abe
left him In his adopted home.
Tho body of Mr. Hamble waa found
by Patrolman Johnson after the
mournful cries of the cat had aroused
the neighborhood to the fact that
something was wrong in the little cottage.
Beauty Rules for 8ummer.
Avoid heavy and very rich meals,
light and digestible fa re la required,
consisting chiefly of fish, eggs, poul
try, salads, cheese and fruit, sweets
made with milk, cream and eggs, and.
so on, mostly cold, though too many
Ices should not be taken. They are
responsible for moat summer mala
dies. Iced drinks should also be taken
In moderation; and the refreshing
lemonade or "cups" made with light
wines, bock, moselle or with fruit
sirups, are beat. If spirits are taken
at all it should be Infrequently.
The face should only be washed
with soap and water last thing at
night, but It Is very refreshing to
spray It and the back frequently with
rose or elder-flower water to which
simple tincture of benzoin has been
added, drop by drop, In the proportion
of one teaapoonful of the tincture to
a half pint of rose water. . Dry with a
soft handkerchief, then apply a little
non-fatty face cream, smooth this off
with the handkerchief and dust on a
little good powder. The face waab
mentioned is wonderfully cleansing,
and, wltb the cream, provides a great
protection agulnst freckles and sunburn.
Saving the Innocents.
"Just as the twig Is bent the tree's
Inclined," wrote Pope, and aa he waa
discussing "man" aud not arboricul
ture, he undoubtedly had the babies
and their welfare in mind. The season
la near at hand In our larger cities, If
not already here, when the health of
our Infant population should be a mat
ter of philanthropic and publlo con
cern, aa we know to a considerable ex
tent It will be. The floating hospital
will put to sea with its precious freight
In quest of air that is purest and
breetea that are most reviving. The
milk stations will do their best with
the resources at command, though the
city should have a larger part in thla
beneficent work. We have been mak
ing progress along this line. We have
arrived at a larger perception of both
public and private responsibility for
the conservation of infant life and
health, but the field la such a compre
hensive one that much more remains
to be done. Boston Transcript.
An Attractive Thesis.
"This university offers me a degree
If I will write 'em a thesis," remarked
the eminent millionaire.
"But what sort of a thesis can 1
"'Pay the bearer' ought to All the
bill," suggested bla cynical chief of
He My dear, I have Invited my
mother to spend the week with ua.
Bhe Oh, James, I'm not prepared
for company. Why did you ask ber
He-rBerause I am determined you
ahall not bave thla mother-in-law Joke
all to yourself.
Even some laxy men may get buay,
but the trouble la that they don't keep
Keep Hanford's Balsam In Tour
At the age of twenty a girt thinks
she ought to acore in a love affair.
Viik 'And fee! your thirst slip
T V-ll 'Sr. awv YrWIl finish refreshed.
U cooled, satisfied.
THE COCA-COLA CO
CANADA-TO SAVE ANTELOPE
Seton and Graham Have Drawn Plana
for Perpetuation of Rapidly
The rescue and perpetuation of the
rapidly disappearing prong-horned an
telope la to be undertaken by the Ca
nadian government. It has enlisted the
services of Ernest Thompson Seton,
the naturalist, and Maxwell Graham,
chief of the zoological division at Ot
tawa, who bave outlined a plan which
promises success. They propose the
establishment of three fenced parks
for antelope in different parte of the
animals' favorite range, on areas not
desirable for agriculture and In regions
that still contain wild antelope.
The first step waa to outline the an
cient and present range of the ante
lope, then to ascertain the probable
number at large. The combined evi
dence of many game wardena and
mounted police shows that there are
between 1.000 and 1.000 antelope still
at lnrge in the Canadian northwest.
Prior to the hard winter of l'JdO and
1U07, there were at least ten times as
many; but that long, fierce spell of
frost and deep snow killed them off by
Have Something Better.
"Don't you suffer extremely from
laaaltude here?" aaked the city visitor
of a villager back In the swump coun
try. "Never heerd o' nobody bavin' slch
a dlaease. Th' wust we has here Is
fever an' agy." Livingston Lance.
Important to Mother
Rxnmine carefully every bottle ol
CASTOKIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infanta and children, and sua that It
In Use For Over SO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Just the Difference.
Wife (pouting) "You have ceased
to love me." Hub (enjoying cigar and
newspaper) "No, my dear; I've only
ceased making love to' you."
Torn owjr mtroaiRT wim. TFtx top
Trjr Murine Hr rU-uti-dr f"r Hrcl, Weak. Watftry
trm ana (irannlal! Krlld: Nu HtnartlnK
tni Mre Oumluru Writ fur Book at thn Kra
f nail Vraa. MurlDo airs Uawear Co., Clucagu,
Quite a Different Matter.
"Did you tell Blgley I was a HarT"
"No. I just asked him if be knew
Many a woman has got her husband
Into a bad scrape by using bis razor
to sharpen a lead pencil.
Ttrd Cross Ball Blue, much better, goes
farther than liquid blue. Get from sny
Men laugh at feminine folly, but It
fools them Just the same.
Whenever a widow and a widower
begin to discuss matrimony, the
chances are that the argument will re
sult in a tie.
To remove soreness use Hanford'l
A man who never argues wltb a
woman baa the germs of wisdom.
rnrnrorwmiS0rM,iip nlt'KKY'igoi.D R
AULK S.VK WATER. Uuat but. Aif
A homely girl la just as nice to kiss
as a pretty one In the dark.
A Stitch in Time
Coldi, fevers, congestion and girm dl
SMi are protty lura W overwork tin kld
nryl and li-ava tbem weak, la Connies
oeaoe, in fsut at any time when uilclon
li arouied by a lame, aculnir lurk, rhau
mallo palna, beadacha, dUilum or
dlnonlerrd urine, the use of Doan't
Kidney Pills Is a stitch In thus that
may avoid aurlout kidney dlwaaa.
Doan't Kidney Pllln command confidence,
for no oilier mnnly Is ao wldi-lv unhI,
do freely reooiuuiauded or so generally
An Oklahoma Case
JT.w- Ui.a ?'.
pent huntlrtrll of
dollari trying to
ft-1 cur A of kld
iu y distitif. but I
wasn't helped a
bit. Th back
I'hn X had were
wful and I suf
fered from trrrl
ti, sharp pains In
my aldts, I had
to jrei up often at
niht to pnss the
On a doctor's ad
vice. I ust-d Doan's
Kidney Pills an 4 flva boxes completely
Cat DosVa at Any Stotv. 80a a Bos
FOSTEJt-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO, K Y.
anteed to Stop an6
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It ii
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded
If Hunt'a Core fails to cure
itch, Ecsetna, Tatter, Ring
Worm or any other Skin
Disease. 30c at your draggiat'a, or by mail
direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only by
A. 8. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO, Shirmia. Teiii
FOR OLD AND YOUNG
Tott's MverPNIa act aa khxlly en the chad,
the delicate female or lollrai aid ate, as apoe
five lane and atrensch to the weak atoaaacka
owtif , kidney and Madder..
W. N. U, Oklahoma City, No. 2B-19K
MJT. rnree a asaarcmi avravr. mK u tnv u-.r, auunej ana
skin, th blood is purified of its wait materials theae orxana act
aa human filter, leavina? the blood Dure and slssr nnlais live.
digestive tract and ludaes are cloggsd.
lte nffrJn af?
ff .11 Is a stomach, liver and kidney tonic by assisting1
rxi: the stomach to assimilate, the liver to filter, the
kidneys to act the poisons are removed, the red blood
corpuscles are increased and one feels light, fresh and active
instead of logy, dull and heavy. The ''Discovery" atimo
lates the stomach, increases action of heart and arter
ies and ii a most satisfactory alterative in blood-taint of any character.
The refreshing; influence of this extract of native medicinal planta baa
boen favorably known for over forty years. Everywhere tooe neighbor
can tell you of the good it baa done.
etmete Dt.V. M. JttWCB, BmttJm, M r, m trial hmwiUhe laalady .
;hs food reaches the stomach It IssaMeeted te a Menharfav
ling movement by tbenoaeular walls of tbestosaach (Seea
ce'a Medical Adviser, petre 46). In the liver, kidneys and I
eoaueo et Utooe uslv, srtxzly, Kray halra. Ueo "LA cntOLB" HAIR DRtssiNa. PftlCI, SI.OO, retell.