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"UATTLKnOKO, VT" NOVKMBKR 1, 11.01.
'""""""'" "'"""""nmi.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, I SlIIIIMNHJ ion. It! lit:::' (in r !!! HI-HI i (Ji-.'-l Tie f. Good Cookery. (.COl'Yl.HMI'l) iiiiiiiiimiMiiiiini iiiniiiiiiiMin? -'11 SA VOKIKS. Uuio. .-1 mill lit HIPS Pi? ,r Mini' i H-l ,,v s:ai. ' il-.-. -n : !in. M.. air) v- r-MVs r;l-l 1 of l-.;'M 'or i-ii i - nivl lit- Sell! 1 M evident that peonlt of cookery om that ,;;,,rt careful considera-i -urn' mo .ui,ject of tni roil- study iiikI is oven by a science. This is but growth of tiiu Aiiieri. vw-llllh II Uil refinement . Our homos are itiniu ii. t decorated; our chil- -,-d ami educated nmi in llllVl! pl'OgrOSSCil. -Hi ll of cookery we have -..I ami constructed ii.niy iiiccliatiicar aids uot i- v years ago. Itut we experience nor improve ngs. We still loam from is in thin direction tliut servos u (rood purpose, ir-iiii n i y years of service lie of service to those mure. You will liud iceipes for the prepura s liud in no case are the plicated us to botliei i-rii-nced. vvusli nno Mok It five water. Mrnin a double boiler ITHIUXU dl.Arrc '"Hill Clipl'ul or Hoe ,,,1 lllllllltcs in hoililw -,l. ' carefully, , :.' :,,, w iii, : Hlh,. mini ...11- ' . '""'"l iea- n n , i. . """ nvo i-iiis of Add three-,',,, wi' ..T ; ., "v " "u'r:i sugar and cool slightlv, ." . hi mis r powdered hi eiespouiiiuis of cold inmospuotilills of ' v;;iV''nil,l,"''e.'ll thoroughly! le. i i K'" s"'ai" i,,t0 and' laie , ,ee water until it begins to set ' Z .i i. U."B tl,liui of cream b, VI. i ui uie iiiiiiii,! solidly milk, ellder. of powdered kSoak oni'. ' gelatine in two' water, a, I, I Hir..- boiling water anil lot ! ealcu mixture lot,, . ' tilt;..., .i " 'i"'"M ....... uiu comers uml parking mid press the ,.ni...r s.. I OVlvi l.ni..... l i . s-st v. vihuilj . I iiil ' '' , -h '" c,l'" I""'' Of Salt! "lid ice and in tw i... , I I, ", 1 1 1. .. : i,ia il ut oa V 'j iu serve WItU J"' tut iu cube. I Tomatoes. iHinatoi's as required Into mi- a minute, then remove :i. make a hole near the u the centre with an ej;s the prepared loniafe-a ,,r oiled paper in n baking -lulling with sausage meat I, tnato sauce; lill the tu Ihis, sprinkle over with , ninths and place a piece ,o centre of each and bake s iii a ftood oven; -dish up i mill serve at once when orange or lemon s a la Finaneiere. .! 'he tomatoes as direct ,,p out the centre; place i a tin dish. .Mix a lump ize of a walnut with one a little mushroom cat iniful of tomato sauce, a of olive oil, a table pped parsley and shalots, i.s. and salt and pepper I in a stewpan till quito lihly mixed. Kill each ,,ine of this stulling, .lli united bread crumbs; -iiI'iiU of olive oil into ii:o in a hot oven until i.ai.V's Kit;i:i:.s. fM.parale the yolks from the whites of Dine osks and put the whiles in a bowl m- , ' l''7llt ol""',,s of lo',le.ed suKi.r- and one-halt fill of water in a saucepan on the lire, add tl.o pji, mil.-. witli un vgg beater until the Wlll'ltl 1,1,1 1,., !.... - . ...... wt itvt. Jli.-lUUVU thy pan Horn ho (i,.e ailJ bl..lt for t iiiinutcs, nut il cold, whin tl.o .i,i,., ... stiff froth and mix t i ! v .i, iiiKiedieiits. Then stir in ion of Hour without boniii,.. a cornucopia of n sheet of "foolscap. "'"'"I! l 'he side where it laps over to make it linn, cut off the lower point to make an opening as large us one's tinwr, line a baking pan with buttered paper, put some of the cake mixture in Uie cornucopia and squeeze it out in tin 1 . . i . . . I . , i ":'' -villus upon uie ijuttereil paper. .' ,,v,,.,,. siiKar over tbeiu bake ior ciyht minutes. thousands of nun and women arc turned out ,,f pusitinns and luanv fail to secure situations because their e,r.iv hairs make them look old This need n,,t be. Hay's Hscir-KesKh makes atfe halt and keeps thoiiMinds in cmployincnt because it takes veins from their apparent ae. HAIK-MUALTtl will L V - "-''"'e Ki av, tailed or I, lea, hed liair to its vouthlul ro,,r. It Is noi a aye. Its use cannot be delected. Equally youd'for men and women. C. ntlrm. H :M frty my Imir mi l iii-im.-i, l- 1-,-.ui turnlni; u av. A l,i, ,l i. mv r-,l Im ' .;liL" I''lU,,,- In- uy l.ir M,:l- Inill l-,' ,-lvl.r,- ,!,,, - V, ,fj, j K ,v cx Krivn, !,,., .isiiiu Muy Huir-Hcallh, w ill, ihv .l,.,i 1 h.,vt. il- s.,,,,,- dik.l,io.u . , ' , .- v- iM.-u, in y ini-iti,,,,, .tin, hi-j, iiliii y y,,nii-cr nu-n l.iuli was ilicir iiriiy li.nr. have Ira n dismissed. 1 ili.mt v,i f.- ,v ,,vi,i.. .J. K.II.U,,AI, K.MI-LOVl-IK. LAKub 5oc. BOTTLES. AT LEADING. Fjg Sossp Offer DRUGGISTS. Good fcr 23c. cake HJSFINA S3AP. Cut out and sill this coupon in fiv,' day-, tali,- il in any , f llu- f,-ll,,vin' dn,--t'ists and tliev will Biye you a lame l.oulc r May's lluir-llralth a, a age. cake of" Hnrl'ina neilicutevl Snap, lh,.),cM soaplor Han, S. alp. i:i,k-M,,n. Ilalliand I o,l,i.l,il, lo, fifty : "f"'"' I'"'.''; ?V. KJml hy leatliitR drutntlMs everywhere at their ehuM only, or ! (he Phllo Hay Specialties Co.. .-- i I -u ayein- M.. N,-vv. k. N. I.. -ithi-r itli .r wniioul sou.v, 1-y ex,iess,i,ie..,id, in plain -c.ilvd a. Iv.i-e on reel,, l 1 ic. and thi coapon. Any person pur, ha-ini; Hay's Ilair llealtli anywhere in the I ' s vv 1, I,.. I ut.ty have hi- m.-iu-v hack l-y veiiiinj I'mi.,, C',i..2. I.afayeue St., Newark, N. I. . .v,r rti h.r.-mt: '.n-'j ,,,- ,..', Following Dniffilsts supply Hay's Kalr-Nealib and Martina Soap lo Ihclr shops onlj : Name GUARANTEE Hav Sri;i:jAi.ri . ylu-fU&t' iui'.tt!U Ceo. K. Orecne, lia JIain Street. Urooks House Pharmacy, so .Main Street. and beat mixture in a other ounces and CALF'S IIK.UNS. remove Uie skin, tie s Si,ill',., nil Cratin. '!-- from six toiiiMl'ji.-s of id squeeze the pieces; cut I h in : season each with .Mince six mushrooms, -- onion, two shalots. two l am or tongue and about 1 parsley. Put nil these :i nis into a small slew ineoM of butter and stew :itv until tluy are thor i, ikiii cure not to burn ir in a little rich brown - ii tomato with some of i, mid sprinke over each ; a l crumbs with which 1 Mimu grated cheese and arc of butter on each, i -uite oven for about ten . ve very hot. TI.MIiAI.Ks Or Wash the brain iiicui in a incise cloth and cover with boiling water to which salt, vim fjar and a bay leaf have been added. Simmer fifteen luiiiiii.-.v, drain and cool. Beat with tiiree tablespoonfuls of almonds, Llanelli d in,, I pounded tine in a mortar to a sunn. id pulp; add half a teaspijon ful of salt, one-fourth t,-ii-pooiiful of white pepper and a tablespooaful of lemon juice. 'J'heu bent in. one bv one, the whites of lour ofg, bi-iitiu-" each time until ti,, mixture is smnntli h,.f,,ia addiiif ate, i her. Turn into Well but tered timbaie moulds, set irk a pan of boiling water and bake about fifteen minutes or until the mixture is set. JStrve with yellow bt-chiunel sauce. : r ;?2,&- -?k ' Be Guided by Experience ly tiikiiif; iho itdvii-e of others who have profited hy dealing witli us. If you are seeking the hest place in niltlel)oro to liny the choicest, cuts of beef, mutton, lamb, veal, etc., and the finest poultry, come to us. We satisfy our customers all the lime and will fill your orders accu rately and promptly. W. F- RICHARDSON & CO. 'illlato Jelly. -iiiids of tomatoes, two i i' of cayenne; place in a :! until quite soft. Uis ,,r gelatine and pour ". I hen pass all through ! -'ii- inlo n. mold. For iv make this jelly with : ,,'iiutoes and one pound OV.STKU SALAD. Fill n large mould such as is used for charlotte rusc with water and freeze it solid. With a hot flatiron melt out the centre of the ice so as to form a bowl and line this with lettuce leaves. Scald n pint of oysters and when they are plump drain mid cool them. When ready to servo mix the oysters with mayon" naise dressing and arrange them in' the ice bowl alternately with a pint of sliced cabbage that has been chilled iu ice water, dried and dressed with may onnaise. Set the bowl upon a folded napkin and garnish, with parsley and stuueii olives. Call at the Grange Block for all kinds of Steam and Plumbing Goods. Also cam a Orst class Hue or STOVES and RANGES at lowest prices. P. FLEMING'S, CRANCE BLOCK. ELLIOT STREET ONE OP- THE Goes! cop Piopies very ni'- yster om I he place iece of si omelet an -let, using of oysters, alot and a DATE AND ALMOND SALAD, lieujove tli stones and white inner skins from half a pound of dates and cut them into thin slices. Iilanch a cup ful of almonds and cut them also into thin slices. Gradually stir three table spoonfuls of lemon juice inlo three ta blespoonfuls of salad oil and pour over the dates ami nuts. Let stand in a cool place for nn hour or more, then serve on lettuce leaves. This salad can also be served with mayonnaise dressing or a cream dressing without oil. v have 1 n mixed. I : I I'OTATOKS. ' ,-, cut the sides square - corners to five an oval 'lie even cut slice them e i inch thick the entire ! ",tato. as they must all . and shape. Soak them l.-r half an hour, dry in and fry them in fat -,-i, i ately hot, and when -it not colored remove ,,n a sieve to drain and le-rse them in hot fat OUA.VvJl': I'UMDINO. Soak one-half pound of lady's finders, stale and crumbled, in two cupful of cold milk, whip up littht and add four eptts beaten to a cream with one-half cupful of siiirar and one tablespoon!" ul of melted butter. I'ut In one table spoonful of cornstarch wet with water mid the juice of two oranges and one lemon mid the grated peel of one oraoiie. Turn into a buttered mould and pliiuco it ilirectly into hot water, lloi" one hour, turn out and eat with any sweet tam e. tii'-in into balls. Ke v nil salt, and serve o or as a garnish. ' a terrible torment to tti ind (o ?onie older onps. I. Ionn's Ointment never -i t relief, pernunflit cure. -tore. GO cents. I 'OTA TO KOSFS. Pass two cupfiils of hot potato through a vegetable press and add three tablespooiil'ils of butter, half a tea spoonful ol salt and the yolks of tin iu eggs, thght.'y beaten Shapo with a pastry bag and tube on a buttered pan, brush over with yolk of egg, beaten and I diluted with a spoonful of water, and 'blown iu the i)cn. Iteinove with I ; broad-bladed knife and use as a gai j tiish for no nt or hsh. 1 I'lll-: I'Mllll, sr.Tt:s Consisting of 20 Full twining Claims CONTAINING 410 ACRES OWN 1. 1, 11V BOSTON GOLD-COPPER MINING COMPANY. Located in Ari.onu. the richest cepper country in the wurld. Pronounced by disinterested experts (o lime one of the largest mineral outcrops known lo lliein, and I he greatest and richest .dinning fur the amount of development of any copper property in the Tinted Mates. More money has been made in Copper than in any ,,th,r minim;, Ore running from " to 4n copper has been shipped. A vast amount of ore on and close to the Mirfac- and millions of dollars bel.ov. The outcrop of ore is immense. It can be f orked ccoiioiiiicallv . L.vtracts from report of ,). S. W'ai.i. n. i,, a practical miner of mam ears' experience : " 'This is the best-looking copper property I have ever seen. It in-e,!- onlv development to make it a huge di idcin!-pu ing mine." 'Its production will be limited only by the development work and the neces sary ilunt to handle the ore." L.xtracts from the report of CrTiii'.inr V. Writ,, nr. M. I-'..: " The Boston (iold-Coppcr fining Company's properly has the finest showing of any copper property 1 have cu r .seen, m ilh liie exception of tin (ireene Consolidated. 'I In- properly, with the exception of size, j- practically a counter part oi the Greene Consolidated." I am convinced there is no property iu America that is surer of making a big mine than the property in ,pi,-stion." We own this enormous mining property free and clear. The investment is absolutely safe, and very large profits w ill be investors in the way of ,lii, ten, I.- an,! iclvani'c in the price ,,t .stock. We otTer a limited number of shares of Treasury Stock, for a short time at 2. .V.I each, l'riee will be advanced soon to.t.oo per share. The procci be used for extensive dev elopnient and cpiipnient. Make checks payable to the Company. lietailed information and prospectus on application. BOSTON GOLD-COPPER MINING COMPANY, 70 State St., Boston reaped lo 'tin. onlv. -,1s to THE REFORMER AT $1.50 PER YEAR IS THE BEST PROPOSITION IN VERMONT.