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VOL. XXVI. PITTSIIOKO, CHATHAM COUNTY, N. C THUKSUAV, MVJiltr'i 2 , iilltf.
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B By Anna Katharine Green,
Turning lie took it In Ills hand,
leak.-! :it il closely iiml grew more ab
"You soi- the Initials arc the samp,"
she ventured, mill was olnj to sny
more, tint lie suddenly woke to her
i: vs. mo e and pulling li Is linger on bis
1 i 1 r.-iuarked:
"Keller net speak I lie name, my dear
young lady. You remember that you
said, yourself, it while ago. 'no
11:11111 s'.' " Aii'l smiling In Ills fatherly
Way In- I tit ll:,- niM' in his pocket, to
goth i- wiih i!u- note In- hail already
confiscated, ninl making her 11 low bow
l marked U i 1 1 1 1 1 v :
Thai is all I have to ask of you to
lay. Aeeepi my thanks atul believe
t lilt in all I 1I1 I will art with duo
tnr .'nit : .! i.n lor jour welfare."'
She V t hor If dismissed ninl went.
Th ich hai'ehly in her manner to
Vai.l lo r inferiors she felt stllidueil liy
tills i,:a;i and showed it. When the
door 1k.iI cl.-eil upon her Mr. (Jryoe
stood shaking his head for a moment,
111' a iiii Uly crossing the Hour ho
threw ('pen a door eiiiiiiiiunieatltig
wiilt the adjoining foom. Miss Had
(Jell sloe ! 1 1' 1 . -1 c him.
"You h alii :" he a-ki d.
Sh" lu.wi il silently.
'That is all. then." continued he.
"Y'oil see. she is more ignorant than
vleiie.is. ;n:,l r:,,ie fooiish than cither.
I do ii. 1 1 think slie will ever attempt
IllaUkor cseat'adi ."
And Lowing low I left the lady, and
lu a Viv ins, ants hiier ihe house.
('Ml til" sloop he i:lllsi"l for a IUO.
ii'ent. Taking the cigarette case from
his :h Uei h" -rave ii another Ions and
tro'.ihlc 1 look.
"UV,!," he cried, as he thrust it hn.k
again in his peek 1, "1 mil seventy odd
11: d lnne . ti 1,1 Me siraiigo things
1 1 : :i 11 I am il i. eld. and yet 1 am capa
Me (.f i'c' 1 i 1 . H a sir. prise."
And h - b-ifia.l with all speed to
the "v'.ice II 'ii'loii. triers.
Ml-s 1:0 ;.:. or .v.w YOI1K.
On I 'liitn!':; from Miss Iladilen'H
Pihe.il Mr. tiryce found the inspector
ImT'iM'.l i.i litistiii-ss, mainly coiincct
i'd with tiiis alTair. Sonie new facts
had co:i:e ). liu'ht. and from the mass
of li.r'ci'eali 11 whe-h was imw his: the
li.-.' 1 tor n:' ( itiiiiej lie- most iiniior
taut items. Soinethins which he Iiad
collie across appeared to astonish him
grea ly, for he h "U-d hoth ik i voim
f.nd Hiitaied. lie was ulad to see Mr.
iJryio. and as so ni as ihat peioii was
Beat 1 d ha-u in d to ohsei've:
"This plot N asM.minu' meat propor
tion. (!ryec. AinMl'ii- ti'.v hy the name
of lioeis lias 1 e, 11 found who knows
tie1 imiii of tic f,T.i,v eyes ;uid ld:i( k
nv.is;;!' he. Inn 1 cam, 01 think it is the
fame pel son who was seen haniii','
lit 0111 ii tlier eirls. for she told me
"l he?; panioM." interrupted Mr.
Giyeo. 'I'll! was It this':"
Me '-howed the (aid which he had
Iirmmlit from his late interview. The
Inspector took one look, stmed nt Mr.
(Iryee and remained silent. Kvidently
lie found It ilitlieiilt 10 liotfeve tho ovl
flcliee of his own eyes.
"I know that ii seems unaecoiiiiia
Me." ol'xervcd the detective, "hut Is
that the name':''
Mr. Ctyce put tho card back Into his
pocket, drummed a restless tattoo on
the table before him, and for a mo
ment looked as perplexed as the In
spector. Then his I'luw cleared. Once
a fact was cstaMMied ho accepted if.
"Thru that mat tor is Bottled." he
grimly declared. "We have found our
The inspector frowned.
"I can hardly believe it," said he.
"There must he some mistake."
"It does not look like It." was the
firm rejoinder. "This Is the name of
the centleinan mixed up In the affairs
of the youna lady lirlonEinsr to Miss
Hadden's school. "
"I resret to hrar it."
"And his description, l.ke that of the
person to whom you allude, tallies ex
actly with the appearance of the gen
tleman who bt ars this name."
"A most unfortunate fact."
"I Hureo with you, but we cannot
hlrk the truth." Then, as tho inspec
tor made no reply lie Inquired: "Any
points to five me. sirV"
The inspector nodded, and came at
onee to business, but not with his usual
good Ktaoe. Even an old official like
him has some confidence left In human
nature, which he finds it hard to 6eo
A half hour later Mr. Gryee sat In
his own especial corner, turning over
the new facts just gleaned from the
They can be grouped under two
First, thost referring to the victims
of the conplracy. and. secondly, those
Teforrlm; to its agents. We will con
sider the tlrsl croup first.
Another Jenny ltoeis had been
found: thin we alrcidy know. She was
a si lioolti.aeher, living wilh her par
ents in a near home south of Four
teenth street. Yollliir. pu tty, but w tth
a dci uhd physical del ' ( t that affected
her call, sh w ( her bumble rotiinl of
du:ies wiili lhc:'l't: alacrity, loidiinn
for tiot'iiii,- more thiiu her own cer-(
tloutf could brine her. But this ecu-1
eOMKIOHT. 1IS0, 0!T lONNIR't IONI,
t Author of "Tho Forsaken
Inn," :cc. I
xenrment, honest as It was. was des
tined to be sharply interrupted by the
events of a certain day. She had been
to school and was in one of Iter hap
piest moods, when, upon returning to
her home she found In Its pretty parlor
a title looking cetltleman of superior
manner, lip was a si ranker to her.
but something in his look made her
feci at ease lu his presence and took
away the embarrassment which she
usually fell under the cane of those
kIio met for the first lime. She there
fore advanced with a smile, halting so
little that ho evidently did tot notice
that she was lame, for his face lighted
up with that look of admiral ion which
a woman never mistakes, as he said:
"I have a letter of introduction to
you from a friend whoso name you will
at once recovfliine."
Ami he handed her a short no'e writ
ten by one of In T most trusted asso
ciates. "Will that siilli'-e to make my pros
eiiiv welcome, even if I -!ioiild bore
you with a p( rsonal (pie-lion or two':"
I'.ore her! It did Inn seem as It' he
could ever bore her. She smii'd and
two oviuisito dimples i.inie into view.
The sicht appeared to Increase his ad
miration, lie took a seat soiucwli.ii
nearer her side.
"Mis Hocvrs," he he.-an. 'T hive
come upon an Important errand. I am
tookliiL'. In behalf of a friend, for a
v.. tin ' person suitably (piaHi'ied to take
i'i charge and p'.ich iwo motherless
( l.l'd.i 11. I know .von have a Inrm "
.-ho had raised ipiie hand III mute depre
cation - "but the ( ft'er which I ;:ni
ready to make you 1- one so u-eii a-oiis
that I sear,-, ly ihlnk you will hesitate
after heariii;: all its pariieulars, A
Journey to Muiupe - "
Her face lighted up.
"A i:iir.-e: v mai l uud t you: c m-id
! iM-aiiel!. kliidr.c-s and love frein the
iiildico's auni. with whom ymi are on
pcetcd to travel, and. la'stly, money
"i'leasel" The small hand went up
a-.aln. "i think I had rather not hear.
I have wanted clian,', , I have wanted
irawl. I need money, ami 1 adore chil
dren, bin I have an intalid mother.
a::d I .111 not leax e her ceii to pro. or.'
ill" add'-1 mean- li'-r almo-i be'pic-s
coiidiii.iti (banands. I.e us tnlii (,!'
-o'.iet liii-;; ( i-e. I'..;- llieie is 1,1 u-e ill
lalMte.r el' this. Siii- World die without
:..y 1:0.11' niubi hi--'."
It was in the uirl lo-.-self v. h . told
; siory, tiioii.cli she c .rii.'Hirati s it
in lis general details. It was an aunt,
who sat. I'.inin-; ih.. wh.'ie interview.
In t!i adjoinin:: l.ieia. s- emii:i:ly ai
verk. bin in i.'alliy lihinc 'n ,ni(ii
:on .i ;il !ih pa-sed before leM It
wi:l. 1 hci efore. lie iinibrsioed llial I
.rive i!:e a, mi's i.niiiinn i 1: :i I say thai
1 his younc .-li'i m" 1 r looked svceier
or mote c'lua-iiil;. than s!:e did Ii. 11
:r..r,:i-,' ihes,. last feu , ids. 'i h
. . !!! 1- 1 n;i 11 s!i iwei! 1 1 1 .-1 r he appi ..;a,e I
In r ( h.in 1-. tor his cy, kindled ;::.d
:ils 111:1 1 1 lie:- be.-i:,-.. ( a-. :'.
"I li:ivi heard the ino.-l t'al'erlim ve
irniiks concei iiinc your ::ondi.s and
d-MMlon in your mother." he warmly
o! se: il. "Thai Is one reason w hy 1
h.lVe cotnc li. yell U' Ml Ihis csp, i iid
cri.tnd. I a:u sil.id to lie a-Mircd that
:i;y itifoiinan: iiinlcr-latcd t tic inpli
rath r than exajicerate-l i'. If I only
;.. ssis-'d the lliiht 1 should .-ay: 'The 1
'Icssinc of Cod falls upon the true, the
Hire and tile virtuous. and promise to
,-::ii;t you nil your wishes, even to the
-a:i:'.':'.i t;. 11 of your wildest dreams. "
"You ire cf.a acaul. You do net
v a'.i.'.e a'l Ihat tlii- mean.- to a yeunc
"i' rhaps not. but it would atnnsprno
1,1 liud ('.it. W hat is the lir.-t thine
.. .ill would ask for: '
she huii-ho 1. she dimpled, she looked
"Vx'iiat at ( f play is this?" she
lied. "Tc.l my wi-lies. and 10 a stran
: 1'.' ( no: not cca If he were the
e.ir.ard he would have to be to grant
The s ntieman smi'icd.
"I ir.:i a wi.ard," he declared.
;: ;::,d see."
'You i Miipt ir.e," she cried.
He oniitiir,;id to sin:!.', bin e.tld r.olh
inc. ".hail I a k lor ? aaielliin.cV" siio In
"I cliueai ytu.'
"Ye.y well." and 1 r
letily ileiniirc in lis mo,
1 vvai t tin- world.'
"To-day:" he asked.
"-'!, es. to dny; I i
H? Iiuuhcd ast.iit.
!!1 r.'-t uso.l to
1 !:: li'.-vib
!:o?l: Irs head.
"It : too muob I f ra ' "
St? i'.:te: rr.pte l bl:.i with a rncklnu
out. rot cut or' Ue-pirg with htr arc!:
.-ad incaceat f-oe.
"fo not fear." s-fii rt'xd. "nealth
'ied'.m fi'id wanp'j v.-!!l sstlsfr me
''cil'h for my mother and" a slind w
iil ocr her mirth ulncss--' and for
He slai ted.
"Are you not well?" ho asked.
"oh. yes,-' sl'j' answered, with a sud
deii ieariiic up f hi r eoiinleiialice. "I
..a- only iliinl.'uu" and she .-lopi'cd.
-iie iici r alluded to her iulinnliy.
lie did not ftt'pcar to m tic tli" do- t'
me.niii.C ia all 1I4S. Her f;u e w as
ash. In 1 u.alliier -i arklinc, aud a
hug nt ftht tat btiil ku- twiiu va th
imaije of symmetry mid pr.iee. ITc pro
ceeded with his banter and soon, to
their mutual surprise, Ibey were cen
versinc as fii.niliarly as If they h:,d
been friends for years.
The .'Hint, who adinlnd the centle
man, ami had an iiu'iouiiiled coniiibnee
in her niece, list ( in il. but did 110I fol
low tin Ir talk too closely. She was
soon startled inlo aiieiilion, howcei'.
not by what they said, but by ihe sud
den silence which bad fallen bet we, n
t lit til. and lookinc up she saw that he
ld co. anxious to show a book or pic
ture in illusiral Ion of what she had
been sayiiic. had risen and was llmpinc
across tin room. 'I he sichl s i'intil io
affiMt the C' litl'Miian strancely. for at
this indisputable token of ilel'orndly
be nl fust started and then showed so
iiuieli discomfiture thai the aunt crew
Instantly ancry. This feelinc. which
was perhaps naliiral in one who knew
the yoiiuc lady's virtues, was not des
tined to pass away very soon. Tor,
when her niece faced the strancef wiih
the book she had bronchi he was so
chanced from his former self Ihat he
scarcely noticed what she showed
him, but hurriedly took mil his wat di
with the remark that he had an impor
laul (Micacetuent and should have to
Co. 'i his chance, coming so ipilckly
after an interest as marked as ii was
lespe . I fill, struck the younc jdl'l most
painfully, and she blushed deeply as
-hp reiuriied Ills bow. Itul she el'
irived to say ihat she hop d to see iiiri
acain, even thoudi she had lec:i
obliccl lo lefus" tin- reipiesi he had
urced To which he veplii .'l by a ha-iy
"I hardly think 1 shall be able to com".,
iicain." instantly covered by the more
polite remark: "I shall do niysi If tb.
honor, certainly." Afier which be
backed out of the room and house wii'ii
an assumption of cordiality which, ii- t
beinc real, left only 1 lie most unpleas
ant recollections hi hind It. What had
it all ineain? Tiny never knew, l'..r
he never eanii 11 en in, nor did they cv r
l avi an opporiuiiity to obtain any c
plnni'lion from ihe frh nd who had
:lell him his lclier of lllll'oilltetiiiii,
tor Ibis per.--.in had sailed for Kurope nil
or aii. nit ihis time and had nut yet re
turned. The letter, sictled by ihis
frli nd rnd con aininc tin. nam . "'
their slrance visiior, was all that re
mained to prove that Ihe affair had
I:ot iieiti a perplexinc dream.
The next fact that encacul the detec
tive's ai lent hoi was .1 more serines
one. In the 1001,1 of the cirl who had
perish, d in the alley had been f,um I a
box nf bonbons of a make and iitiaiiiy
so superior to what are u-iiaily in
dulged in by the d.nmhicrs of nil ihat
attention was at once aiiiaiaod !-
llniii. The physician especially vim
had coiiiltiehd the autopsy over the
poor cirl's n mains had shown the
nieate-l interest In h. linaliy canyi i;
It home and snlijeciinc ihe sueeis i.i
a test thai effectually prowd ihe pre--etiee
of poison in lln in. This lilsc.vciy
altered Ihe w hole ch.ir.ii lor ili, ;i,'.
fair, and eventually alTceod the Vcr
did. I'or ihe poison there found was
a subtle one. capable of piodileiir.: the
ory ( Ifeiis hoiiced in the .valine jiiil.
She had. iherefore. without doubt, db d
from poisou. ami the person who cavi
ller Huso swiels was c. eli o the
chap.;.- of murder.
I'c. line that the affair was t-e.-ic,r.
inc somewhat oppressive Mr. llryce
lill lied lo the coll- idol .11 i ill of the sec
ond ci'oiip of faeis id von to him by the
in-lieoior. Iliih. rto atieiitiou had ho. :i
cixeii solely o suoh jriils as had been
I prowl! to tie vie. mis ot Hie ploi. l.ni
tin. lime had now ceoie .e- a sludy
in: 1 the cliara.-icrs and aeil-.ns n,'
iho-p who, from their manner ot' Ii;'.
or llieeireiiiii-iane.-s siiri'oiiinbnc thc;:i,
cave evidence of beinc sutlieiently di
praved lo make il excusable in the po
lio to search aniom; ihein for Ihe par
ticular Jenny Kocers in whose behalf
this conspiracy had been forum!.
A list of stndi cit'N lay before bitii.
toceiher with such data a- servid to
Individualize tliein and show why they
had been recarded with doubt. In
number they were three, and In cir
cumstances ilin'ered as much as their
possible victims had done. One was a
fashionable belle, veilinc her wicked
lies a behind a show of luxury and su
p. tlicial clitter; .iiioihei-. a clairvoyant,
suspected of very shady operations,
but never convicted of anythluc wor.e
Ihall deceuiiic the weak and irusi'.iig
ones who coiisidii d her wi-doin and re
liul upon her skill: tic third, a well
known adventuress, w hose beauty and
whose means were both on the wane,
and who. of Ihe three, Mr. Orycp at
one." dcciib d to be the woman he iv.is
in search of.
His reasons for this were simple.
The woman, to whom the promise bad
been made ihat in a mouth there
should imt be anothir of her name left
in town, was walkinc at Hint time In
a well lighted street at a very bite
hour. Now the fashionable belle al
luded (0 never walked. She boasted
that the pavement did not l.now !'!
touch of her feet: eo:;siipieiilly he 1! d
Hot believe that she would have I c.-u
led to tread the streets so late wiih
f.tiy companion or 011 any pretext w bat
ever. The clairvoyant was a diiTcr-Mit
sort of beinc You could as little im
'cine her ridinc as the otlur walkinc.
f'nt she was one of those deep, f.ir
srvlnc ones who would as soon give
"iw.:y her soul as discuss any plan sh"
bad formed In the public slice!. The
adventuress, on the contrary, was Im
nstuous. end. If as wicked as the o:h
.,s. was ccUbi-r as fastidious cor as
To be C9titinutd.
A Nilturul MlKtilkc.
A Wlt' ltlta tisheriiian is in d. ep dls--ace
Willi his daughters, lie was i:i
vhed oiu to l'Uiehe.ui a few days aec
:"d mistook a piece of macaroni on bis
'.lie tor an au;-;le worm.-. Kansas C'iiy
The median age of th? white popula
; .ti in the last i-i-ncus yjar was 3.1
kQvl Ot liie tv)igitJ 1 1.7.
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L itsurt -V 1
; i:. 1 1 !,-, li 1 Jjo table i. long cuouch
' pla. o cpci-Liics a: a suit a lilt distanee
in.. I nil the, 11 w llii fruit, and al.-o place
'a1, nt then wreaths like the one en-
! circplic the celll repieee.
i l ie' i'.'-t linen, cla-s and silver that
i tie. in. i-.-. 'hold affords should be Used
j on !:ie i'oi"licomil!c holiday. The table
! si.-. Mel be -et with groat care, and all
l:ia 11 and the -mailer act e-sorles of
the table -hold. I be looked over several
..', - In aihalio,. to ee If Ihcy lire ill
.'t . on. hi .011.
A - '.a- neon -tated. white linen only
.-la i:.d be i:-ed. a.-- a color of any kind
;.((. -la. c. in tli" cciitrepiece or un-
l.-ileat'i a la.e lop cloth Would dc-i-.'.M
from lie- color -.heme furnished
by .-ii her 1 iiowei-s or fruit.
Too much care cammi be expended
up. .11 1 he l.i.inc of Ihe (huh. I'or in--l-ill.-.,
tile icntre fold ill it should run
1.1 ! !. ( ly straight v illi I lie loom aud
:iio ci-o fold exactly divide tli" I u Me
al i-lchl ancb- lo Ihe other crease.
I no colli repieee should ,o placed on
Ih.- o a i ! po.nl Where the lolds or the
i'.tl: en-- in Ih" middle of Ihe table.
I he plates should be next placed 111
pi.-ition, a: lent ion bi-lnc given to the
doeoral ion on the china. If It be a
, .,. ,., ;. ,,. . ,,,, j,,.,. :roi..,.'ra!:!. that it is richt side Up: If
i, i; . ,,ol'l of hor Jo .vers, that they arc in natural posl
; ti. 0. ;- v inc plates should never be
1 . iniitoil. Ky this ii is meant that a ;
i- uri. ieiu l'..r the pla'e 'l.oulil always bo on ihe table '
and as ripiidy as the soup, fish or
oil. or plate shall be I'-moicd that one
should be laid in their places.
It is simply a mailer of fancy how'
a b-'.ie napkin should be folded. Or-1
I ; 11:1 1 - iy ii ,s I e:ter to fold them In :
1 ri: tr:'.i s and piaee them at 1 he right
el e 11 h pia.c knives should be placed
:ii :i.e right, forks at the left ef the
1. late, butler plates ai ihe left (if it.
.11. -I all ida-sos ;l j ih,. i-jclit. J
(il I 11. (,,11, s p.,. s Anay.
A-- the ,V.;;V- u' o'l Ihe I cgllla I loll
ii.l 1-1.' liiv ,UJ : !:" i- not closely ad
i-i-.l :o, alal if o'l two of : he 1 illic
it- I; I v laud- arc -cried il i- deemed
i. a. c.-p:.:l.o Ni.ta con-l-is of i.iv-
-':.- 1 s: 'I.e ha'i shell, 'inih.ee
1 l-.i w,:.i I- . :( 1 s.itt'i. ..Ian v , ut
:- :: 1; . : iek-'i ;-.e i o.,st h :m
i i.ii. .'.e :. "i...i!ei.,--. apple sud
' v '. v-,t! ( n am die, sc.
v.l- ii.ir.ee pie.
.m ..1.1 at- -.. ; v . j j;i two ways.'
.1. ...;-..- ..:v...s:.y nai't it fl'uUJ
i.o, . .- :'. ..... iiagc-. 'V'UI.-h is a tig
:. --- ' : . ' d 1.: a 1 o 1 a Li.c.y
.. '.'."ii Ve'l. it is pissed small
...... 01 dry 1. .ist, a is., nuaricis of.
. o i s -or- ,d 1 'i tie half sl.'dl
-I ic aiua.. - : 1 . - pot'.ed ell ill. deep,
- - .. " I .c'.i tin- lapio.. '
o .....'- . .1 I :;:.- p. : il.... of the
. - "' :- e.v . .s h. d ' be served lo
- a I 'i :. ii.t y s'.otll i in placed ,
1 ' a ' i 01 1 :. , ;iii. leiuou uml '
a '.oi 1 .0.: .1 -CiVtli VVllii lil'.bl. I
Fish tiinbale can bo made of cod,
hiillbut or whitcli-h. It is c-scntial
Ihat the meal of 1 ho lish should be per
fectly while. Cm one 1 11 hi 1 11 1 of very
fresh 11 in ' o ' b -. t lish nil. 1 small pieces,
put it ii !') a mortar and pound until
the libre is well soitloil in l In meat;
Iheii ire.-s it through a .iree sieve;
10 every cupful of li-ii pulp add one
lable-pooiil id of bread eraiuhs soaked
in milk or cream until -oft, and then
pres.. through a sieve: add al-o the
beaten yolk of one ocg. b u drop, of
onion juice, one teaspoouful of salt.
one-iiiarie' ea- iiful of pepper and
a dash of mil meg.
Ileal all well together and for some
time to make it Jiclii. Then for every
cupful id' pulp beat iii lightly the
whiles of two eccs whipped very sliff.
I'ut the mixture into a well-buttered
mold, lillinc it only 1 hive iiiarlei lull;
set il into a pan of warm water, (over
Ing ih roc iiMari. :- ot ihe mold: cover
the mold w ilh iM-oa-. d paper and place
in a mod. -rale own twenty ininiues.
Ho not lei t li.- water bo. I. Turn the
tiinbale onto a Imt di-h and pour over il
11 lobster sauce.
The lobst-M' -aMoe . oii-i-ls of lie meat
of .'I lobsli'l- ( !It illlo e,,ai-e lleees. illlil
lo il add a pint of w hPe sail. ", also ;1
Utile of Ihe ceal. V. h. h ha.- be, II dried
and pmi in lc( I to a powder and a liitb
Potato . Tmpio! lev 1 an be made (if
cither sweet or Ir.-h pot.;i. Th'.y
colisisl of two ellpllll- 0 1 well ea-'oied
inashed piitaloos. lo w nl. h has been
added the beat. 11 volii ot I wo c-'c-.
a, teaspooiifiil of choppid pa:-ie.v. hall'
a table-pooiiful of i. i, I.--. a dash of
eayeuiie ami iiuinio-.: -lir c. er tie' liro
lllltil the potali.e- leave I be siiie- of ll.O
pan: when cold I'mm r nind or olihuic
eroill(-tes, loll Ihem ill ejg l.' bl-'ad
ciiiiubs and fry tiiei:: in hot fat lo an
amber color: .- r.e a napMn.
One apph' , ui in iii. o -l i.uld be al
lowed for every cupful of lu odded
celery. This , an be -.wed v. ilii either
a Mayoiiiiai-e or boli.-d i.. .--inc. With
it (-holllil be Mived loa-lei 1 raoiicrs
illl.i cheese ball.- mado of ire.ini ehee-t
thoi-inichiy mixed wiih a li 'l" wveet
en-am and chopped 1 hive-. 'I he bulls
should be served on a b-d of lettuce.
J' II llipl.. i II I'll- l.'ci i c.
A delicious recipe fur pumpkin p'c
eoli-i-.c: of a 1 . 1 1 1 , 1 1 . U : 1 1 elil illlo small
pit cos in which Ihe soil purl and seels
have been removed. Cover and inoli
It slowly ill iis own - .mi until t-Mider:
1 lion rei.iovo tie- ...ver and reduce ii 10
almosi dry m --. 1 , ,nc 1 arefiil that il
ih. .s bol burn. !':..- it ihrmicli a col-
lelider. To IWO ::;,. :l half Cllpfllls of
P'l'p add IVVo clipfu'S of li.idi, 01, (
I. aspooiiful 0.1. a of -.i'i. Pii'.ier. cinna
lli.ili. gim:." ai d ,-!. 1. ill ,l (if
molas-. ...,i , :.:.d -u : .r to ;a-lo.
Add the be.i-oii c: - ia-i abd al l. r ihe
lillxtlue i- . ..Id. I'oi r I. iot" an i.pcu
cru-i. bake 1'-" i; i ey i. liny mii!-
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Or ii"oti e ! .1: , :
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(ih. there's k : :' 1'e v.' : 1 ,.1 'i'.
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Till v., 11 :-: -( el; .'.
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hen ,. . '..!.!; -:. .:;e . :'.M-
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Ale' l-cr: ii'- ,.t no .::: L ive greeted oi:r
Il.ivv fotid'.v we una t" t'1 indeed oil
( oi alii Id
A:iii t.H ,.ei '1 1 'V l . !l l'l-V.-l de-
Tlii1 11 -sl.t " V :e 1 I 1 ii1" -1 o, y
'I hi -..-. !,:. . -. put. mi we la d.c
- I'm : I'.'.ol e Ann 1 a .1:1.
( Iie'e :.l i- '-M .Ion.
"Say, feller-, e.-mo .; nl by Mur
phy's. Tiey'vo e"t a turkey, and jcr
tau Ujc11 it cool.in',"
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