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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1923)
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WEVJSPAPGR WAS GCftTA fcE A,
UTGRARM GOV, A PRMSttCNL
PRlWYEfc, AREPORR, A
nnpceMi A oivucccumi
7 rivcmrsr., ro.or,
A DIPLOMAT AUD A HOSTLER .
HE MUST BE FEARLESS,
v mYEUL.GEVf,TA2tBJU AUO
SOVAETttAES SftACKS OWOKR
Fierce Wart Over Cinnamon.
t 'For over JXK) years warn raged nnil
"notion succeeded wit Inn In possession
rfihe Island of Ceylon, In their 'greed
o. 'obtain Hit; fragrant cinnamon,
finally (lie liinil fell to ttur lot of the
fortoguese, who so cruelly t rented
th' unlives (lint they appealed to the
Dutch, with whom l hoy were on
friendly terms, to Y'ome to their nld,
TJlto- niitlon for sown months hitd
te(C to the Island, carrying on n
fierce warfare In which ninny person"
Finally In puM'lon, the Dutch
Were htirdly loss cruel to the uutlvef
4bnn their former rulers. They tried
fo keep the monnpol.x of the trade of
the world; not u Mngle clnnnnion
1'dntit was allowed to leave the Island
rf the crop was larger than that de
innnded liy trade and ihe price In dan
gor of being lowered, all that re
loalneil wax hurueil or thrown Into
Clnnnnion Is- now jfrown In iuan.
tropical countries and much Im
proved by cultivation.
Flo-Tice Emb'fm of Home.
The I1k I fee, fro n cnrlloM times has
been a garden live uiilvnted for It
shade and general n-of nine s "I5e
nenlh the. vino mid i' : tree" Is usoi
lnoro lien mice In die old Testament
to m 'nnlo "liiiu '.' Tor cent uric
' n .
r,"'i t, tuv.li or d.'.ed, bus mii'li.
i i,;-' part of the food of (he na
t.i 'i, Vc ,twn A" It ninl Kvnttliern
JPT, i - g
iffe Julf J - 1 to make a
"'I :it-. Im' Tt; lotvo
nj, rul ' i c, roid
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yr r, a i'l Hn i -. ' , i.
rff .."Md'y fr.t 'm. .-. i-n I a"
jirriu '11 I j, lust", s i, i in" it'vl
ccflj. 'the 1." V. I ictUiU lcae. nve
dc liji'iiii, ptiltit.'1 !. ehwrt, ttuoe-to-
HvcMo'icil. avr .' "'.ed. und some-
x h ,t iiiifjh an ' !i . . .t
The Claim of Columbuc.
"Ut, ty" Knffi'Cglfnlois. cnlnily, as
he hit il-'n I" dinmnyvi Ith the nther
shade- on buinl the hoiftilumi In th
Htj., "I don't reel JcahuiK of Wash
hiKlnit. lie Is Ihe Father of Ills Conn
try, anil I am nul. I only dlscu(i'cil
the orphan. I knew the country he
fore t( had a falher or a mother. There
wns-n1! an.vbody who wa wllllit: to be
uvea ii nlhter lo It when 1 hnew It. Hut
Waslilujrlon tool; It In hand, groomed
It ijowlt, spanked IL-when It needed II,
iid Marred It olf on the career which
.has made it worth while for me to let
oy inline he known In connection with
M. Why MioiihVl ho Jealous of hhnl"
Ilcv. DeFlon, wh . has been hold'nfr
meetinus at the, Mehodist chuivh for
siio past -few wdcKs, expects to leavo
thi.s mroning for Mnrne, Iowa.
Is The Place!
So Buy Wall Paper. Paints.
And Electrical Supplies.
TlVe best place for Picture
Tlie Margin of Safety
iV'opresrntoil by the iimount of
iijlnYftnco you curry,
EUm't-lull yourself It) to a funded
B'lJcaliso lire haa never toiiulipd you
i doesn't follow .that ynti'ro immune
Tomorrow -no today, l( you hnve
titue and you better llml tlmn
09pie to tho oftlee arid we'll writ
n.ppllcy on your houso. furniture,
Ktoru or hum elinndiso
LATBU MAY IJU TOO LATB-
O. C. TEEL
NOT A HERO TO OLDTIMER
Veteran of Hannibal Could Not
Forced to Admit Greatness of
A serlho In. search of Murk Twnln
iiiaterlal was p.-sterltiK hoiuu of the
grny-lieards of Hannibal. Hu found
ono who confWed to being it few
yearn older tliun the fanioim humorinr.
In their bio hood days they hud at
tf'hdcd school together, foraReil about
on I'lratOH Island, climbed Holiday
hill and pushed big stones over tho
brink; nnd cariled out pretty fnltlf
.fully tho proratn iih described In
i But while the visitor was asking
questions ho noticed ths old timer was
pot Impressed. Ho he nsked:
." 'Innocents Abroad' whb n great
book, don't you think?"
"I reckon so I never reud It."
"And overybody snyfl 'Huck Finn
was n ninst'erplece?"
"And ".Torn Httwyer,'" the visitor
sd, "wuaijprnctlcnllj' a Htoy of Ilftn
nlhnl yotcertnlnly llkod thiitr
"Oh, I guess It wah nil tight for
kldi," Admitted Uiu boyhood chum,
"btt grownups don't seo ho nwful
much In It from what I hcur.
"Don't, y,btt thbik Mnrk Twnln wuh
n great innn?"
"They sny ho was," evaded the old
timer. "Uut I bcut him once In a
ppnllln nititcb." KaiiHns City Star.
PROTEST MADE BY MUSCLES
Important Parte of the Human Body
That Occasionally Cauie Trouble
by Going "On Strike."
When the brain calls upon tiny pur
tlculnr group of muscles to perform
the same action over nnd over again
they are apt to hIiow their dissatisfac
tion by declaring n strike.
A typical case In point lx "tennis
elbow," from which eotnplnlnt most
urdenl dcu tees of the game hnve suf
fered ut tome time or other.
The symptoms vary from mere Miff
nejej of the elbow Joint to fcevero
cramp, culminating In Mime Instances
In temporary Inability to use. the arm
for any purpose. Sometlnies, too,
there i u painful swelling of the fore
arm. A kindred complaint Is "tennis leg,"
which tiflVcts In a, somewhat similar
manner the muscles of the calves and
the knee Joints. Another exuniplo
where the leg muscles are the victims
Is afforded by "riders' sprain " u com
plaint to which polo players are found
to be peculiarly liable.
Then, again, there is a complaint
which Is called "howler's side,"
brought about through straining the
abdominal mux lex. Cleveland Plain
Many of the giolcujue forms which
limrk roine f the- popul.ir types of
joUlftsli are the outcome of ccnturle-J
pf laborious work by the patient, per-
xe'iiug and ingenious Juptu ese, In
taking iiduuitnge tif some curious
freak of luituie. It In n well-known
fact if flsh, eggs lie given n Jarring at
h curtain ftage, of, uujre sp clllcully,
about the "eyeing" period, nionxtrosl-.
ties uuiy be produced. ThN occurs fro
qiuntly among bro I; Irout, the mot-t
common Irregularities lielng hutnp
back ai d looped. It hi said that when
the .InputioM' discovered this peculiar-,
lty they elected from their golden
camp a pair (if the most pronounced
luonsti'ioltlcs, slmllnr In form, reared
then, and bred from them. The mot
marked of this progeny w"UW again
selected and bud. and tills process con
tinued until a desired type was pro
duced and lal.ly lled by halchlng
without the Jarring. Tims wete pro
duced the fiiugela'.N, the biillonn
shape, the telescope, and some other of
the oiilliindNIi forms soon In iniua
rliims. Severe Chlnseo Punishments.
It Is enacted In the laws of China
Ihat "If a mandailu, on the strength
of his power or credit, steal the wife
or daughter of any freeman, he shall
he. Imprisoned for the usual time, nnd
then piiUto death by .strangulation."
Tho poiajaan so sinning Is beaten
and liuprUonod onlj. The heaviest
punttummnt that can befall the woman
is ctisllg.u.jjon and s;to. And In no
tiiHlnnojMiVn she be hold but to u man
who blndit.'hliaself by the most sacred
of nil CljiiH'M' oatUs lo treat her
kindly, ,,rjlu. Miine provinces she may
hp Mild', 'viuU by hi" husband, but by
the Judg' before whom her offense h
A Ofhuiese who forgives a wife who
has not' ""iVopt her marital vows, iv
CClUVt 2rt; Ktrokes of Ihe bamboo. A
iium whteeumivo it hN wife'- frailty
' most wcrcl puiiM.ul.
rfew Ute for rilvver.
The HuiVums aie . i at tourist". Dir
"g tho summer the K.i't a eo'.-eo 1
tlioy nilt!. olng out in their little open
ill. Thjly never iil-s a bet. Thcie
Isn't one'lif I ho better-known week-end
resorts fliey fall to xl-.lt. Hut us sooir
jii tlin'vulil v.'caihn." nne tl.e iar Is
drained f)r xvetor rxi ' the Mnritgo bat
icry" SI S In the c i's : until spring.
Neighbors of the l..i:V.inis have m.
Jcril 'Mi's. r.inVii'i' i.ml.u.g frequent
vlHu' lo',,be parage of In , beailnj
wercd dMies nnd pap!", packages of
food. One neighbor wj lli.ally con
strained to Hud mil what tho.s.0 proccs
t ., , , t. u- miff tun ' iwlv
i yl . o j- si, i " io said,
that we needed more ico'than In sum
'or. so I'm usliii the car as an Icobo.v.
. nd I'm ""axing tho price, of live gallons
of gua a week on my lco bill."
IU5JJ wbm U
THE DOLIS PLAYROOM
'"PHE playroom toys could hardly
wait for the magic hour to strike,
for n strange-looking doll had come to
the playroom and none of them could
find outMhe name of the newcomer.
Teddy Hear spoke first, for the boys
agreed thnt It might be u relative or
his, ns the stranger doll wore n fur
costume which looked a lot like Teddy
Teddy did not know quite how to
Address the stranger, for he was not
at all sure whether it was a boy or
girl doll. "We did not hear our little
mistress cnll you by name," said Ted
dy Hear, "but we nil welcome you to
"I heard her any she thought, she
would name me Charles," replied the
stranger, "but I should not like ihat
for It Is not at all like the nntne 'the
Eskimo gives to his children."
The dolls and toy all gathered
The Toys Could Hardly Wa t.
around and exclaimed: "Eskimo! Arc
you an Eskimo doll?"
"Yes," replied the stranger, "und
I'd much rather be called North Wind
or I'olnr Hear than Charles."
"Charles was the name of the nice
sailor-boy doll," said Teddy Hear
quickly, for he was afraid Eskimo doll
might choose Polar Hear for his name
nnd so become a rival.
"I'oor Snllor Charles fell out of the
window nnd broke his bend and we
miss blm very much. Charles Is a i ice
inline and 1 am sure you will like It."
"If I liave to take his name I am
glad I have on a thick fur hood," said
Eskimo doll. "When I fall out of the
window It may save my head."
"Oh, you may not fall," explained
jiff The Friendly
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t-h Atx I. Uoliajoa J
NKEI 3:0 UK LOVK
71'" T1IEUE were in .re love In the
world there wnii;i bo k-.,s danger of
war of every k'nil.
Iiiteriiarlon-1 di"tulttcs could be
:iolded If nil "men loved Nod nnd fol
'owed 111 ' h'lrW. Imlustrlal strife
iUo would v.:v v r lt4 death knoll' If
"ei"j- tnipb : and employee followed
ho golilon reie.
Tho iriii' 'ai of the school, l'eter
Mannicke, iVH, r. s;
"i.ove of iu i ,!bof sprj'ads lis inllu
ence over national hnumliirles.
"I.ove of Clod toxxet's above all dlf
Arence.s between lonpjes,"
If one bellexe.s tlie-.e ussertlons as
we hope eor, oi.e will Is he noi
lioiind to ndmlt tliat Hie oliurches are
devoting too iniicli time to current
worhllv problei.is ami ton little to
teaching men to loxe.
Let all who low dm and Ills
churches remember that "Ihe work of
the minister Is t declare the gospel
of the (irace of (iod, 'that men may be
saved and built up in hol.x charac
ter." Shakespeare, In asking the question,
"What's In a name?" did millions a fa
vor because he iiindit that It's not win!
n man is, but what he does. which
'CD liy the Wlitclcr SynJIeaf, ln.)
14 ANTl UCharcUlstics
nlL u TeBJendes-tk.
CapabUiUes or WeJc
Beiies That Make for Success or
Failure as Shown in Your Palsa
MONEY IN THE HAND
"MTEXT to loxe and marriage, noili
. Ing Inleresls Hie buman race,
taken ai a whole, so much us the sub
ject of the acquisition of wealth. Onu
of the ino-l common questions ukcd
of a palmist Is this:
"Does my hand hhow whether I shall
become rleb or not?"
Of course. It must be underctood
that palmistry does not claim to be
an exact science, roretolllng the future
and I'i'iiilliig the past nnd present with
absolute uccuruo. We may examine
the hands of uicu ami women who
have Inherited or acquired wealth, and
Unit therein, In all or nearlj nil of
them, certain slim. Hut ihat does
not mean Infallibly Unit . same
signs In oilier hands ,sbnv the acquisi
tion or possession of wealth, i
A deep line novo Die xeyoiid pint
liuix oi fi i.,m,,i, j,ie.iiib innticy''i(jr.
qulred b.x n-ir.-lag-. A slar oil tbf
HII1II0 pill I - ! i ' In u w 0111:111'"-
lmnd, im .n - i'iOv;
t W l X ,, 1 . , )
y i .,.
Teddy Hear. "Our little mistress takes
pretty good enre of us. Some one
opened the window nnd did not notice
poor Charles sitting behind tho cur
tuln, so he tumbled out nnd spoiled his
Llsette, the French doll, Interrupted
him to ask, "I should like lo know
what you eat in a land where you have
to wear such thick clothes as yon have
Eskimo doll looked nt Teddy Henr,
but he decided that, while Teddy's
fumlly did not get as far north ns
where he came from, he would not
mention beur meat.
"We live mostly on seal nient,"sald
Eskimo doll, "ami the blubber la the
nlceBt tiling you ever tnstetl."
"Better than candy?" asked Llsette.
But Eskimo doll did not know, so he
told them how they cnught the seul,
thinking that would be better than an
swering tholr questions.
"When we go seal hunting," he said,
"we look for bubbles tinder the lee,
which "show us that a seal has come
up to breathe. Then n hole Is made In
the ice, and when the seal comes along
we spear It. On the end of the spear
Is a rope, mid with this wc pull the seal
out of the water. We cut the Hkln Into
strips for reins, and It Is also used for
making out clothes; but everybody In
the hunting party gets a piece of the
blubber, which he likes very much."
"I reckon It won't be very hard to
cook for you, honey," said Dinah iloll,
hurrying back to her kitchen.
"Your story was ory Interesting,"
said Llsette. "I hope you will toll us
more nhoul your country some other
Teddy Hear, however, was more In
terested In lihs name thnn In his story.
"I think Charles Eskimo Is the best
name for you In this part of the coun
try," lie said.
"I do not mind If I do not have to
tumble out of the window," replied
Eskimo doll, "although I'olnr Hear
sounds bigger and"
Teddy Hear rather Impolitely broke
hi right then by introducing him to
(lie dolls ninl toys as "Charles Eski
mo," and though he Is very happy In
his new home, Eskimo doll nlwnys
keeps away from an open window, for
he remembers the fate of Sailor Hoy
Charles whose name he hears.
J) by Md'lure .Sowsjuiier SynitlCHte.)
THE RIGHT THING
By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEE
I i"u i Into I Muv;l futj;ivi tin. .-rlrro'
' 1. nh l(rl i!vW tnc l.miis XVI'I ,ini Hot).
IJOW LOX: TO-HTAV
AN INVITATION to h.txe lun -lA-on
with it ft lend or lo atiend u forumi
jtyn hcon lit not an invUat.'ou to sond
4l r entire afternoon. At I c . , r. I,i H.unrt
jWlaty noxvaflttyK, it h uoi i-on.'deied
itecosiiiy to lO)iii,iii inre ibaii u q'l-u-
fv oi an hour after the pieal has been I
t.-i'iiciiiiion, nor is it lojme.i.s to ie
main' more than throe-quarters- of an
hour unless lljo hosa-ss ba.s especially
tequested bur guests to. do sv. It may
bo that the hostess has mini.' oilier mi
ithtl engagement for the ufteinoon. Slie
may have ealjs to maljc or a tea to at
tend. If she is u busy woman, with
pipfcKslnunl or household dutle.s to at
tojjd to, slio certainly will not want
you to linger. In fact, sometlnies busy
folk Invite their acquaintances to
luncheon because, since they must take
time to lunch anyway, they lose no
time that way. So usually, unless the
hostess expects you to leave, shortly
after luncheon, she Indicates this In
her Invitation, If she Is giving a for
mal luncheon she indicates that there
will be music or cards or something of
tlmt sort after luncheon. Otherwise it
lK,lii'Ht to linger not over three-quarters
xt u hour.
Hut except among persons xvlth very
crowded engagement liqoks a dinner
invitation means the entire evening.
That Is, In fashionable society dinner
guests usually remain until nearly
eleven o'clock or Inter. It certainly
Is not very llatterlng to nn,v otic to
hurry nwuy from u dinner engagement
to, the theater or a dunce when the
meal has Just been concluded. If a
dance occurs the same evening It Is
possible to "drop In" following the
dipnoi" but It would be far bettor to
be late to the dame than to he too
abrupt In leaving the dinner party.
Now, for folks who are not In so
called fashionable hocloty a lot de
pends on the habits and modty of liv
ing of the persons entertained nnd the
persons who entertain. In certain
suburban sections where It N taken
for granted that moM of the men have
to flitch early trains in the morning
it is customary ami In good form to
leave after a dinner parly fairly eiuly.
Ten o'clock Is lute enough, pne
should always try to leurn Ihe, ens.
torn In this mutter ns It'ls extremely
Incoiis-Idernle to remain after tho iisunl
hcdtll"ic ol the i ir-mis x ho are enter
taining you. Casual evening callers
ought to be especially careful to leave
In good time.
((, 1833, l" Mrl'lui'e Xmvi.iltr Hymllcata.)
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Copper Ore In Finland.
Extensive deposits of copper ore of
i high quality lqio been discovered In
northern rinland dose to the surface
of the riuntd.
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TABLE MANNERS IN ARABIA
As Might Reasonably Be Expected
They Are Primitive In the
Manners vary according to time and
locality, so they say. For Instance,
In Arabia 11 young woman's table eti
quette Is Judged by the skill with
which Mie scrapes the dish with her
linger mid conveys the results to her
mouth. American relief workern,
writing from Tsmld, Turkey, give an
account of a family luncheon party of
a half-dozen Armenian girls who hud
been rescued from Arab harems that
Is a most enlightening glimpse on man
ners of the Near East. - ,
"It was during some names wU held
that the girl, who had been in captiv
ity among the Arabs actod oat the iin
tlxo ajKtonm of inolr furmur masters.
They ate wHhoiit Ml; or knife or
Kjwon from n-iomnm IU, placed on
tho ground In their uildt. Qno girl
showed us how tho Ai'abpeut hot ftUJil.
With Jrer rrnger tjlj-i sho uneared the
foixl around the edc 1 of tie pluto with
a clri'idur movciiifot. blowing hor lln
?( rs from time to Hi v. When tho dish
was wll Miiet'iciL, he scooped up the
food with tho smiic circular movemeiiL
and curried It Into her mouth. She
can cat thiol; soup thiw, and morn
quickly tl nu you could with a spoon.
The noup running down her wrist "was
licked or,j hurriedly 1.111I another scoop
fid taken, for there was a elrolo of
girls around the dish, and the slow
ones lose out."
BEAUTY THAT IS PERENNIAL
According to Medical Writer, It Can
Only Be Destroyed by Incor
rect Mode of Living.
There Is a beauty which cannot bo
destroyed by time. Like Venus, lt,.ls
perennial, youth carried through mid
dle age and the later years of life.
Wise women are coiuiiicnclngto lear?i
that year by year they are making ids
tory ami writing It In themselves, 10
tho pose of the head, the contour of the
body and ubox'e. all In the revealing
presentation of the face. U. Ward
Crampoth, M. I)., .vrltes In Ihe Health.
Builder. The telltale years will tell
tholr tule xvlth Inexorable certainty, It ;
may be of wholesoineness, oven tem
per, good digestion and trained nerves
and these will show In the beauty tem
pered, matured and reflned by time In-'
stead of made gross. The radiance of
wholesomencss may rival the brilliance
of youth, or, Instead, the history writ
ten may be revealed In it leathery
facial hide, hardened by alcohol, tanned
by cigarette stnoko and discolored by
the unneiitrallzed toxins of dinners
large anil late, wrinkled Into permanent
ripples, the traces of a thousand nerv
ous storms ninl sagging under the fat
of n thousand excesses. No amount of
application from without can change
the exhibition of the unxvliolesomo
Spottlos n Fat -e Politician.
I observe 11 t o'i of sninll hoys Ji
a Wesl End ..i:it. One had been
annoying another who was n little
bigger. Finally tho blrirer 0y chased
Iho smaPe." i'e Hr run for prol- c
Hon to the h- t-N, in tho group.
Tho smaller h iy obviously 'dc.-orved,
chastisement, but h- pursuer " as
much hlroiii; tluie h vas. The Ua
vresi boy lliot'H t i over a moment,
then romb'UMl Jinf'.-iueiit : "No Intrd
.Kin's a box xho Is uoing to 1. a
lui'uc or a p I'll -il los4 si une d.ix.-
jisto:. I't I
LoiCsv lie cl b t,:at led all clubs U
toUl breakers ye tc.oay. Liley ami
crrnra wcie tho Louisville cntmnts
lo jc in bono marks.
North Platlc tell awav Iwlow usuul
fuin. The.r 2JI total was eleven
itits below tlie 215 scored a year
aj;o, when tl cy lend all of the others
. ml showing that tho shooters hud
un off day or were obliged to cm
pete, again t unfavorable weather
Fort Collins shot well, but Louis
ville wu3 at. tho top of her sti-ide and
the Sarc. nder'lel crew hail to go
down to the melee.
In the foiLth c ntost of the 1922
sjrlcs four perfect f fly scores wore
made. Myron L Smith, then 'presi
dent of the Denver Municipal T.-ap
club, was res. onsibie for ono of these
N rth Platte wa-i accredited with
two, Von Goetz and Dulaney of thnt
city taking down the whole Btring
without a miss, while Hclzer of Shcr-
U:n, Wyo , not in th s year's meet,
also placed, a f 'fty to his credit.
The idres in detail:
Sarctnder :-l. .a. 19
Oliandle :. 40
Garnick 1.-1 t 48
Cowan : ciij u 48
SchwaB . u-it.. !.. 47
T'tnl 1 '. 241
Singleton .':. .. L...- 48
Nevcllc X ' -17
Henlinc - 46
Samuel on 45
Total .. .
F. Stanton .
E. Stanton ...
Russell .. .
. I tl'on't like to tulle wllli peoplu xvlio l
I uay.M iih roc with inc. H Is iiiiiiislnff to
cuiliLtt(- xvlth an ooho for a while, but
I cjne soon tlii-a of It.
FOOD FOR THE FAMILY
TF YOC like brains try there:
Beef Brains in Corn Patties.
j Itemoxe a slice i'rom the lop of largo
com mulllus nnd leutove the i-e'ntcrs
with a spoon, leaving a tlrni, crisp xxull.
Cm hull tlie tirnliis In acidulated water,
add them to highly seasoned while
sauce and till the miiilin putties, sprin
kle willi united cheese and place In a
hoi oxen lo hnnvn well.
("Imp or.e niihn and Cook I'll h little
hi of ihippl'i's, then add cooked moat
, blch has been, put tlirough h meat
grinder and one-fourth wi'murh dry
broad crumb". MoNten with a llttlo
soup stock If ui hiflld (or Mlrtcr will
do), huii-011 well and bent very hot In
nu iio.i ii Jug pan.y
Potato and Hani Croquettes,
Tul:o tbiee 1 upftils of hot rlced po
tato, tlnee lahlespiHuifuls of sweet fat,
salt, pepper to taste, a tuhlospoonfnl of
minced p.ir-iey, one eiipluf of minced
liaui. a few ilashfts of cayennu anil
celery salt, a teaspoonful of onion
Juice and the jollt of an egg. Miv and
' shape Into halK roll in eg;: and Orumiis
, and fry until broxvif.
Olive and Oyster Canape.
Take one cupful of green olives
stoned, one cupful of oysters, two table
spoonfuls of butter,' one of minced
onion, one tuhlcspnonful of llneiy
inlnced red pepper, one and one-half
teaspooiit'uls of lemon Juice, one tea
spoonful of Worcestershire sauce, one
half teaspoonful of beef extract. Cook
butter, olives, pepper and onions and
ono tablespoonful of - Hour for live
minutes. Parboil tho oysters In their
own liquor, adding water to make a
cupful. Pour the liquor Into the' flour
and vegetable mixture, stirring until
smooth. Add the seasoning n'nrtjoys
ters and serve-on squnretf'of buttered
toast garnished with whole; olives. '
Baked Appls Dumplings.
Cut rich pastry into-sbc-Ineli squurqs.
In the center of each place a cored",
pured apple. Fill tho centers- with
sugar, cinnamon ami n wlinle clove.
Wet the edges of the pastry and fold
over the apple. Hake about forty
mliniles In n modcrato oven. The last
of the linking brush tho tops xvlth white
of egg nnd sprlnklo with pugar.1 'S(erve
xvlth hard sauce.
(CD, 1929, Wst(rn Newspaper Union,)
She's Always Dissatisfied,
Wiley I'm Just miserable with pain
In that awful tooth I ir
Hubby There you go again! Of
course you hnve to talk about Unit one
lono tooth that bothers' youl'ilmt of
tho SI others thnt are gourf'yniCnover
OVHK STATU HANK '
Red Cloud Nebraska
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