The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, April 01, 1918, Page 15, Image 15

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The Commoner
RIL, 1918.
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beans, three large potatoes cut
limall pieces, two medium-sized
i, one-half teaspoon chill pow-
alt and pepper to taste. Let
ler one hour. Stir often to keep
burning. Serve with plain
led rice.
eanut Cookies Two tablespoons
tenine, two teaspoons baking
rtnr. rin-ntiarter mm of suear.
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-aUarter teaspoon salt, one egg,
taoiespoons miiK, ono-nan cup
r, one-half cup chopped peanuts,
half tablespoonful lemon Juice.
shortening, sugar, and beaten
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salt: add milk, nuts and lemon
; I. in,
flliie. Drop from teaspoon on un-
-ggSjuied pan, one inch apart. Place
tif peanut on each and bake in mod-
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Creamed Fresh Beef Fry one
ad freshly ground steaK, until
ily browned, add one heaping
moon flour, stirring constantly.
fljluin well browned, add one or two
of milk cradually. Boil until
sr,ight consistency and serve on
Fine with baked potatoes.
Oatmeal Cookies One cup oat-
1 (or flake), one cup flour, one-
jter cup butter and lard or sub-
'ute, two-thirds cup sugar, one
; chopped cup raisins, one-half cup
.Mmmiet milk, one-half teaspoon soda,
.$Sr! vanilla. Sift all toKether and
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liSp on tins, one teaspoon in a platx
frery little salt may be added.
Cheap Molasses "Cookies Place
of New Orleans molasses in oven
til warm enough to flow. Take
!- cup of this warm molasses, one
sugar, one small cup shortening,
mm water or sweet milk, three
ninrr teasnoons baking powder
ffen with half graham flour and
If white flour (winter wneatj.
,kes four dozen very delicious
ikies at small cost.
Wo arrangements to supply our readers with high grade, perfect
fitting, &eam allowing and easy to use patterns, designed by a leading firm of
Now York fashion publishers. Full descriptions accompany each pattern as
well as a chart showing how to cut your material with tho least possible
amount of waste. Any. pattern will bo sent postage prepaid upon receipt of
ten cents. We will alfco Isbuo a new fashion book quarterly, Sprjng, Summer,
Autumn and Winter, Illustrating hundreds of new styles Spring; number
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if ordered without a pattern. Besides Illustrating hundreds of patterns, this
fashion book wilj, tell you how to be your own dressmaker. When ordering
patterns, please give pattern number and size desired. Address all orders
Fashion Department, The Cemraoaer, UhcoIb, Nebraska.
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Household Helps
ETo stiffen colored clothes use for
j?ch a teaspoonful of gelatine dis
ced in a quart of water.
raid counterpanes can he cut up
made into splendid bath towels
wash cloths.
If the rollers of the wringer wear
wn in the center, wind strips of
iw muslin (a bleached flour sack is
intn around them, using three dif-
trent widths, the narrowest first, so
to fill the space evenly, bew se-
urely into place.
When hanging paper add one cup-
iil of trranulated sugar to each gal-
tlJin of naste and it will cause, the
paper to adhere firmly to the wall.
a preface by Lord D'Abernon. Long
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Tho Commoner, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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is curved to correspond.
No. 8757 Misses' or Small Wo
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front and has a square neck; the
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Cut in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years.
The dress may be opened all the way
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