The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 22, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD BEAVER OKLAHOMA
by Zarie Grey
ittthor of Riders of the Purple Sage Wildfire Etc.
Copyright by Harper A Jlrolhers.
BTNOr-HIH.-Seakln gold In the
deaart "Cnineron" solitary proa-
peetor. form n partnership with
nn unknown roan whom ha Intor
learna la Junaa Warren father of
a girl whom Cameron wronged
but Inter married hack In Illlnola.
Cameron's explanations appease
Warren anil tin two proceed to-
aether. Taking refuge from a
amlatorm In a cava Cameron die-
covrra gold but loo lata both man
ara d)lnir Camtron leavee evl-
dence. In lha cava of their die
covery of gold and personal docu.
mente. Hlchard dale adventurer.
In Oettn Mexican harder town
meats Oeorgt Thome lieutenant In
tha Ninth cavalry old college
friend. Thome telle Hale he la
then to aava Mercedes Caetaneda
Branlah alrl hla amanred wife
from Hojaa Meitran bandit dale
"roughhoueee" Hojaa and hla gang
with tha help of two American
cowboys and he Mercedes and
Tliorne escape. A bugle call from
the fort ordera Thome to hla rent-
menl Ha leavea Mercrdea under
Oale'a protection. The pair aided
bjr tha rowboya Charlie Iadd and
Jim Lash arrive In aafety at a
ranch known at rrlorn Hirer
acroaa tha border. The fugitives
ara at Tom Neldlng'a home. Held.
Inn Is Immigration Inspector Uvlng
with him are hla wife and atep.
dautliter Nell llurton. Oale with
Iadd and Lath take aervlca with
llaldlng aa rangers Oale telling
Ileldlnit the rnuae of hla being a
vianderer a mlaunderatandlng with
hla father concerning lha aon'a
bualneaa ahllltlea. Merctdea geta
word to Thome of her aafety
nick alao wrllea to hla parenta. In-
forming them of hla nhorrabuuts.
Nell's pemonallty a.id her kind-
ntaa attract Oale
CHAPTER VI. Continued.
Then Gnlo re turn oil to tils little (Ire.
replenished It with short sticks of
(tend grensewood nntl mcsqulte nnd
wrapping hla blanket round Ills shoul-
ders tin snt down to wnrm lilmelf
nnd to wnlt till It wns Hum to brine
In tlio horso nnd tlo him up.
Tho flro wns Inadequate nnd Onle
was cold nnd wet with (low. Hunger
nd tlitrat were with lilm. Ills hones
tched nnd there was n dull deep-
seated pntn throbbing In tils unhealed
Judged by tlio great nvcrngn of
Ideals nnd ronventlonnl standards of
life Dick Onlo wna n starved lonely.
suffering mlsernblo wretch. Hut In
Ills caso tlio Judgment would linvo lilt
only pxternnls would hnve missed the
vltnl Inner truth. For (Into wn happy
with n kind of strange wild glory tn
the privation tho pain tlio perils
nnd tho silence nnd snlttudo to ho en-
dured on this tlesert Innd.
He lind n duty to n innn who relied
on tils services. He wns n comrade n
friend n vnlunMo nlly to riding light-
ing rangers. Ante's bnpplncs ns fur
ns It concerned the) toll nnd strife
wns pcrhnp n grim nnd stotcnl one.
Hut love nhlded with him nnd It lind
engendered nnd foMered other unde-
veloped irnlts romance nnd n feeling
for henuty nnd n keen ob'orvntlon of
nntlire. Ho felt pnln hut he wns
never mlFcrnblo. He felt tho solitude
hut ho wns never lonely.
As he rode ncros tho desert even
though keen eyes pcnrched for the
moving hlnck dots the rising- puffs of
white dust thnt were wnmlngs. he
saw Nell's fnco In every cloud. The
clenivcut mca took on tho shape of
her strnlght profile with Its strong
chin nnd lips. Its lino noe nnd fore-
hend There wns nlwnyn n glint of
gold or touch of red or graceful line
or glehni of hlno to remind hi in of
lirr. Then nt night her fnco shone
wnrm nnd glowing Hushing nnd pnl-
Ing In the cnmptlro.
Hy nnd hy Onlo remeinhcred whnt
he wns wnttlng for; nnd getting up
he took tho hnlter nnd went out to
find Blanco Sol. It wns pitch-dnrk
now and Onlc conld not seo n rod
nhend. Ho felt his way nnd present
ly ns he rounded a mequlto he saw-
Sol's white fhnpe outlined ngnlnst the
blackness. Oale haltered him In the
likeliest patch of grass nnd tvtumed
to his camp. There he lifted his sad-
dle Into m protected spot under n low
wall of the mound and laying one
blanket on the sand he covered him-
self with the other and stretched him-
self for the night.
Daylight came qnlckly. The morn-
Ing was clear and ntpplng cold. He
threw off the wet blanket and got up
cramped and half froien. A little
brisk action was all that was necc-Mi-y
ts warm h blood and loosen his
muscle and then be wn fresh
tingling eager. The sun roe In a
golden Mate and the descending val-
ley took on wondrous changing hues.
Then he fetched up Blanco Sol. sad-
dled htm and tied hlra to the thickest
clump ef mesqutte.
"Sot we'll have a drink pretty
oonw he said patting tho splendid
Oale meant It. He would not eat till
he had watered his horse. No three
raiders could keep Oale away from
that well. Taking his rifle In hand he
faced up tho nrroyo. From the lay tif
the land and position of trees seen by
daylight ho found an easier nnd safer
course than the one he had taken In
was enabled to get closer to tho well
nnd sommvhnt nbovo It.
The Mexicans were leisurely cook-
ing their morning inenl. A slow wrnth
stirred In Onlo ns ho wntched tho trio
They showed not tho slightest Indica-
tion of breaking enmp. Ono fellow
evidently tho louder packed n gun nt
his hip tho only weapon In sight.
Onlo noted this with speculative eyes.
Then ho saw two Indlnns on burros
come riding up tho other sldo of the
knoll upon which tho ndobo house
stood; nnu apparently they were not
nwnre of tho presenco of tho Mxl-
enns for they cnine on up the path
Ono tndlnn wns n rnpnfio. Tho other
striking In nppenrnnco for other ren-
sons thnn that ho seemed to bo about
to fall from tho burro Onlo took to be
n lntiul. They enmo over tho knoll
nnd down tho pnth townrd tho well
turned n corner of tho house nnd
completely surprised tho rnlders.
Oale henrd n short shrill cry
strnngely high nnd wild nnd this came
from one of tho Indlnns. It wns an-
swered by honrso shouts. Then the
lender of tho trio tho Mexican who
packed n gun pulled It nnd fired point-
blank. Ue missed once and ngnln.
At the third shot tho I'npngo shrieked
nnd tumbled off his burro to fnll In n
heap. Tho other Indian swnyed ns
If the tnklng nwny of tho support lent
bj his comrndo hnd brought collapse
nnd with tho fourth shot ho too
slipped to tho ground.
Tho reports hnd frightened the
horses In tho corrnl; nnd n vicious
hlnck crowding tho rickety bnrs
broke them down. Ho rnme plunging
out. With n splendid vnultlng mount
tho Mexlcnn with tho gun lenped to
tho hack of tho horse. Hn yelled nnd
waved his pin nnd urged tho hlnck
forward. Thn manner of nil three
wns snvngcly Jocose. They were hnv-
Ing sport. Tho two on tho ground be-
gnn to dnnco nnd Jabber. Tho mount-
ed lender shot ngnln nnd then stuck
llko n leech upon the bnro back of the
roaring hlnck. It was n vnln show of
horsemanship. Then this Mexican by
somo strnngo grip brought tho horse
down plunging nlmost upon tho body
of tho Inrtlnn thnt hnd fallen last.
Onlo stood nghnst with his rifle
clutched tight. Ho could not divine
the Intention iif tho rnlder but "sus-
pected something strikingly brutnl.
Tho horse nnsnered to thnt cruel
guiding hnnd jet ho swerved nnd
bucked. Ho renrcd nloft pawing the
nir wildly snorting then ho plunged
tlown upon the prost-nte Indian. liven
In tho net tho Intelligent nnlnml tried
to keep from strlMng the body with
his hoofs. Hut thnt wns not possible.
A yell hideous In Its passion signaled
this font of horsemanship.
Tho Mexlcnn mndo no move to tram-
ple thn body of tho Tapngo. He
turned tho hlnck to rldo ngaln over
tha dark And by careful work be fetch out the carbine with a he
The Horse Answered to That Cruel
Guiding Hand Yet He Swerved and
the other Indian. Oale tens horrified
to see the Ynuul writhe and raise a
feeble hand. The action brought re-
newed and more savage cries front the
Mexicans. The horse snorted in terror.
Oale could bear no more. He took a
quick shot at the rider. He missed
the moving figure but hit the horao.
There was a bound a horrid scream.
a mighty plunge then the horse went
down giving the Mexican a stunning
fall. Both beast and roan lay gtlll.
Oale rushed from his eovr to in-
tercept the other raiders before they
could reach the house and their weap
ons -men me jngntened horses burst
the corral bars ami In a thundering
dust-mantled stream fled up the ar
The fallen raider sat up mumbling
to his santa tn one breath cursing tn
"Oo Greasers! Itunl" yelled Gale.
Then he yelled It In Spanish. At the
point of his rifle he drove the two
raldera out of the csron. His next
raovo was to run Into the house and
stono he dlsmnntlcd each weapon.
That done ho set out on n run for
his horso. Illanco Sol henrd him com-
ing nnd whistled n welcome nnd when
Onlo rnn up tho horso won snorting
war. Mounting Onlo rodo rapidly bnck
to tho sceno of tho action nnd his
first thought when ho nrrlvcd nt tho
well was to glvo Sol a drink nnd to-
(III hla enntcens.
Then Oale led his horso up out of
tho wnterhole nnd decided beforo ro-
mountlpg to hnvo n look nt tho In-
dlnns. The I'npngo hnd been shot
through the henrt but the Ynqul wns
still nllve. Moreover he wns conscious
nnd stnrlng up nt Onlo with grent
strange somber eyes black ns volcan-
"Gringo good no kill ho said In
Ilia speech wns not nfllrmnttvo so
much ns questioning
"Ynqul you'ro done for" said Oale
and his words were positive. Ho wns
simply speaking aloud his mind.
"YaquI no hurt much" replied
the Indian nnd then ho spoko a
strange word repented It ngnln nnd
An Instinct of Gale's or perhaps
somo suggestion tn tho husky thick
whisper or dnrk fnce told Onlo to
reach for his canteen. Ho lifted tho
Indian nnd gave him a drink and If
ever In all his llfo ho saw gratitude
In humnn eyes ho saw It then. Then
ho oxnmlued tho Injured Ynqul. The
Indlnn hnd three wounds n bullet
hole. In his shoulder n crushed arm
nnd n bndly lacerated leg.
The rnngcr thought rapidly. This
Ynqul would live unless left thero to
dlo or bo murdered by tho Mexicans
when they found courngo to sneak
bnck to the well. It never occurred to
Gnlo to nlmndon the poor fellow. All
tho same ho knew ho multiplied his
perils o hundredfold by burdening
himself with n crippled Indlnn. Swift-
ly he set to work nnd with rifle ever
under his hnnd and shifting glnnce
spnred from his task he bound up the
Ynqul'a wounds. At the Barae tlmo he
kept keen wntch.
Tho Indlnns' burros and tho horses
of the rnlders were nil out of sight.
Time was too valuable for Gale to use
nny tn what might bo vnln search.
Therefore ho lifted tho Ynqul upon
Sol's brond shoulders and climbed
Into the saddle. At a word Sol
dropped his hend nnd started east-
ward up tho trail walking nvlftly
without rcsciitmeut for his double bur-
den. Gale bearing In mind the ever-present
possibility of encountering more
raiders and of being pursued saved
tho strength of the horse. Onco out
of sight of I'apogo well Gnlo dis-
mounted and wnlketl beside thn horse
steadying with one Arm hnnd the help-
less dangling Ynqul.
Gnlo kept pnee with his horse. lie
horo tho tvtngo of pain that dnrted
through his Injured hip at every stride.
In the bent of midday he halted In the
shade of n rock nnd .lifting the Ynqul
down gave him n drink. Then nfter
n 'long sweeping survey of tho sur-
rounding dei-ert he removed Sol's sad-
dle nnd let him roll nnd took for .him-
self n welcome rest nnd n bite to eat.
Tho Ynqul wns tenacious of life.
Ho was still holding his own. Kor the
first tlmo Onlc really looked nt the
Indlnn to study him. He hnd n large
head nobly enst nnd n fnce that re-
sembled n shrunken mnsk. It scerat-d
chiseled In the dnrk-cyed volcanic
lava of his Sonorn wilderness. Tho
Indian's ejes wens nlwnys hlnck nnd
mystic but this Ynqul's encompassed
all tho tragic desolation of the desert.
They were fixed on Gale moved only
when he moved
Galo resumed his homeward Jour-
ney Ho held grimly by the side of
the tireless Imptncnblc horsey hold-
ing tho Ynqul on the saddle taking
the brunt of the merciless thorns. In
tho end It became heartrending toll.
His heavy chaps dragged hlra dawn;
nut he da red not go on without them.
for thick nnd stiff ns they were the
terrible steel-bayoneted spikes of the
chdyns pierced through to sting his
To tho Inst mile Gale held to ninnco
Sol's gnlt and kept ever-watchful gate
nhend on the trail. Then with the
low flat houses of Forlorn Illver shin-
Ing red In the sunset Oale flagged and
rapidly weakened. The Yaqul slipped
out of the saddle and dropped limp In
the sand. Oale could not mount his
horse. He clutched Sol's long tall and
twisted his hand In It and stag-
Illanco Sol whistled a piercing blast.
He scented cool water and sweet al-
falfa hay. Twinkling lights ahead
meant rest. The melancholy desert
twilight rapidly succeeded tho sunset
It accentuated the forlorn loneliness
of the gray winding river of sand and
Its grayer shores. Night shadows
trooped down from the black and
lower half of his scarred chaps were
full of broken white thorns.
"Howdy boys" ho drawled. "1
shore nm glad to seo you nil."
"Lnddy go In the house to the
women" said Holding. "Ill tenfl to
"Shore Tom In n minute. I've been
down the rond. An' I found boss
tracks nnd steer tracks goln' across
the line. But I seen no sign of rnld-
ers till this mornln. Slept nt Cnrtcr's
last night. Thnt rnld tho other dny
cleaned him out. IIo's shootln' mad.
Well this mornln I rodo plumb Into
n bunch of Carter's hosscs runnln'
wild for home. Some Greasers were
tryln' to head them round an' chase
them back across tho line. I rode In
between an' made matters embarras-
sln'. Carter's hosscs got awny. Then
mo an' tho Greasers had a little game
"Shore Nell It's Only a Scratch.
Bronch Throwed Me."
. "A crlpplled Ynqul 1 Why the h 1 did
you saddle yourself with tdmr roared
Beldtng as he laid Gale upon the bed.
Dcldlng had crown hard tbese late
"Ilecnusq I chose" whispered Gnlc
In reply "Go nfter him ho droppod
In tho trail across the river near
the first big saguaro."
"Sure Dick sure" Holding replied
In softer tones. Then ho stalked
out; his heels rang on tho flagstones;
he opened a door and cnlled : "Mother
girls hero's Dick bnck. ne's done
up. . . . Do whnt you enn to mnko
him comfortable l'vo got n Uttlo Job
Gnlo slept twenty hours. Then ho
nroso thirsty hungry lame over-
worn nnd presently went In search
of Holding nnd tho business of tho
"Your Ynqul wns nenr dead but
guess we'll pull him through" said
Gale told of his expedience at Tapn-
"Thnt rnlder who tried to grind tho
Ynqul under a horse's hoofs ho wns
n hyenn 1" concluded Gnle shuddering.
"I've seen some blood spilled nnd some
hard sights but that Inhuman dovll took
my nerve. Why as I told you Beld-
Ing I missed a shot at him not
twenty pnecs I"
"Dick In enses like thnt the sooner
you clean up the bunch the better"
said 'Holding grimly. "As for hard
sights wnlt till you'vo seen a Ynqul
do up n Mexlcnn. Bar none that Is
the limit I Dick if I'm not mistaken
this fellow wns a chief. It wns n
waste of strength a needless risk for
you to save him pack him back here.
Hut d n the wholo Greaser outfit
generally I'm glnd you did I"
Galo remembered then to speak of
his concern for Lndd.
"Lnddy didn't go out to meet you"
replied Hcldlng. "I knew you were
duo in nny dny nnd ns thcro's been
trouble between here nnd Casltn I
sent him thnt wny. Slnco you've been
out our friend Cnrtcr lost a bunch of
horses nnd n few steers. Did you get
a good look nt the horses those raid-
ers hnd at I'apngo well?"
Dick hnd learned since ho hnd be-
come a ranger to see everything with
keen sure photographic eye; nnd be-
ing put to the test so often required of
mm ne described the horses as a
dark-colored drove mostly bays nnd
blacks with ono spotted sorrel.
"Some of Carter's sure as you're
bornl" exclaimed Hcldlng.
"Well what shall I do now?" nsked
"Stay here and rest" bluntly replied
Beldlng. "You need it. Let the wom-
en fuss over you doctor you a llttlo.
When Jim gets bnck from Sonoytn I'll
know more about what wo ought to
Gale hod received several letters
from his sister Elsie the Inst of
which ho had not answered. There
had not been much opportunity for
writing on his Infrequent returns to
Forlorn Itiver; nnd besides Elsie hnd
written thnt her fnthcr hnd stormed
over whnt ho considered Dick's falling
Into wild and evil wnys.
"Tlmo flies" said Dick. "George
Thonio will bo free beforo long nnd
he'll be coming out. I wonder If he'll
stny hero or try to take Mercedes
"Well he'll stny right here In For-
iorrn Itiver If I have any say" replied
Hcldlng. "I'd like to know how ho'd
ever get that Spanish girl out of the
country now with nil the trails over-
run by rebels nnd raiders. . It'd bo
hard to disguise her. Say Dick mny-
be we enn get Tliorne to stny here.
You know since you've discovered
the possibility of a big water supply
I've hnd drenms of n future for For-
lorn Itiver. ... If only this war
was over I"
The discovery thnt Holding alluded
to was one thnt might ery well lend
to the making of a wonderful nnd
agricultural district of Altnr vnlley.
While In college Dick Gnle had studied
engineering but ho hnd not set the
scientific world nflre with his brll-
llance. Nevertheless his smattering
of engineering skill bore fruit In the
Inst place on earth where anything
might have been expected of It In
the desert. Gale had always won-
dered about the source of Forlorn
River. He had discovered a long nar-
row rock-bottomed and rock-walled
gulch thnt could be dammed at the
lower end by the dynamiting of lean-
ing cliffs above. An Inexhaustible
supply of wnter could be stored there.
Furthermore he had worked out an
Irrigation plan to bring the water
down for mining uses and fo make a
paradise out of that part of Altar
valley which lay In the United States.
Beldlng claimed there was geld In the
arroyos gold tn the gulches not tn
quantities to make a prospector re-
joice but enough to werk for. And
the soil on th MfiVer lerels of Altar
valley needed only water to maka ft
crow anything the year round. Oale
too had come to have dreams of a
future for Forlorn Blver.
On the afternoon of the following
day Ladd unexpectedly appeared lead-
ing a lame and lathered horse Into the
yard. "The legs of the horse were raw
and red and he seemed about to drop.
Ladd's sombrero was missing: he More Room Wanttd.
wore a bloody scarf round his head ; Thls'ls country of almost limitless
sweat and blood and dust had formed distances but the parting facilities are
a crust on his face; little streams of Inadequate except In ft few Isolated
powdery dust slid trews htaa; and Iks spots.
HJJ Western Nawtpaper Union.)
of hide an seek In the enctus. I was
on the wrong Bide an' hnd to break
through their line to head toward
home. We run some. But I had a
closer call thon I'm stuck on havin'."
Hcldlng cursed lqw nnd deep In his
throat and the sound resembled mut-
tering thunder. The shade of nnxlcty
on his fnce changed to one of dark
gloom nnd passion. Next to his wife
and daughter there wns nothtng so
denr to him cs his white horses. Ills
fnthcr nnd his grnndfnther nil his
progenitors of whom be hnd trace
had been lovers of horses. It wns In
"Lnddy before It's .too Into can't I
get tho whites nwoy from the border?"
"I reckon we'd better stick here.
Tom. . . . Dick It's some good to
seo you ngaln. Hut you seem klnda
quiet. Shore you get quieter all the
tlmo. Did you seo any sign of Jim
out Sonoytn wny?"
Then Beldlng led the lnmo horse to-
wnrd the wnteringtrough while the
two rangers went townrd tho house.
Dick wns telling Ladd about tho nf-
falr at Papago well when they turned
tho corner under the porch. Nell wns
sitting In the door. She roso with a
little scream and came flying toward
"Now 111 get it." whispered Ladd.
"The women '11 make a bnby of me.
An' shore I can't help myself."
"Oh Lnddy you've been hurtl"
cried Nell ns with white cheeks nnd
dilating eyes she ran to blm and
caught bis arm.
"Shore Nell It's only a scratch.
My bronch throwed me."
"Lnddy no horse ever threw you.
You've been shot I . . . Mamma
here's Lnddy and he's been shot . .
Oh these dreadful days we're having I
I can't beHr them 1 Forlorn Itiver used
to bo so safe and quiet. Nothing
happened. But nowt Jim comes home
with a bloody hole In him then Dick
then Laddyl ... Ob. Tm afraid
some day they'll never come home"
e a a a a a
Tne morning was bright still and
clear as crystaL The heat waves had
not yet begun to rise from the desert
Nell sat perched high upon the top-
meet bar of the corral gate. Dick
leaned beside her. now with his eyes
on her face now gating eut Into the
alfalfa field where Beldlnsa thorouih.
breds grated and pranced and romped
and whistled. Nell watched the
horses. She loved them never tired
of watching them. Bat her gaf was
too consciously averted from tha
yearning eyes that tried to meet hers
to be altogether naturaL
The year's book's closed and sealed
Nor can I alter what Is past;
My griefs my pleasures thoughts and
Ara all on record as plain facts.
But here before me pure and white
Are the pages now on wnlcti to write.
I've but to choose 'twlxt Joy and sor-
row. And start my future from tomorrow.
No outsider can tell another how to
manago her home for each Is Its own
problem and If each
thought Into tho manag-
ing sho will And now
ways dally of lessening
work nnd giving her
mora time for reading
recreation nnd rest.
Thero aro toduy so
many good tools with
which to work saving
tlmo nnd strength that may be
vilthln reach of many families who
do not nfford them but who worry
along with poor ones until tho mother
Is broken down. Tho power washing
machine tho mnngle vacuum cleaner
light cooking utensils dust mops nnd
dishwashers thnt rcnlly work aro somo
of tho needed things In the homo whero
thoro nro children nnd scvoral grown-
ups for which to provide.
Thin cream when needed for whip-
ping may bo thickened by using one-
third of n tenspoonful of vlscogcn to
each cupful of cream. Vlscogen Is a
mlxturo of lime sugar and water. To
prepare It dissolve Ave ounces of sugnr
In ten ounces of wnter. Pour six
ounces of cold wnter over two ounces
of quicklime stir nnd strain. Combine
the two liquids nnd shnkc occasionally
during tho next two hours. Allow tho
liquid to settle then pour off the clear
liquid and store In dark bottles using
gloss stoppers. If exposed to tho light
ana air It darkens and loses Its
To prevent the graining of chocolate
In sauces add tho chocolate to n. little
hot wnter nnd then ndd grndunlly tho
eugnr nnd the remainder of tho liquid.
Keep n piece of fine Bandpaper In tho
kitchen; It Is useful to secure the meat
grinder from slipping if fastened to a
tine or aluminum covered table. It re-
moves the scorched food from utensils
nnd will be found generally useful.
if soot Is spilled on the rug or enr-
pet cover with coarse salt and It may
bo removed without leaving a trace.
-it'll be be pretty hard to
leave Sol when I go away.'"
ttO Be CONTINUED.)
Not where life's currents smoothest
flow can heart attain the loftiest goal;
only In storms the pilot shows his
strength of soul. Eugene Dobon.
Somo evening when you are ot a
loss to know whnt to have for supper.
Hot Ham Sand-
cold boiled ham
very flno ; ndd
butter to mako a
paste season with
mustard and cay
enne nnd spread on slices of buttered
brend. Bent an egg slightly ndd ono-.
hnlf cupful of milk nnd n-llttlo salt
Dip the sandwiches In tho egg 'nnd fry
In a llttlo butter until brow;n on both
Bits of left-over hnra from a boiled
bam may bo prepared In so many
wnys to mnko nppetlzlng dishes. Two
tablespoonfuis of minced hnm added
to a white snuco to use ns n covering
for broiled Inmb chops to be fried ts
one most delicious dish.
A tnblcspoonful of hnm added to nr
omelet makes It mora nourishing and
changes n plnln omelet Into n different
dish. Added to biscuit dough they
muke n tnsty hot blsculL Added to
macnronl rlco or spaghetti ono hn
n good flavored dish. There nre nny
number of good things which will oc-
cur to tho cook. Hnm mnkes delight-
ful Oiling for stuffed peppers or to-
mntoes. Theso nre but few of tho
many ways n few spoonfuls of ham
mny bo utilized.
Puree of Pea Soup. Hub a cupful
of pens through a sieve ndd a pint of
milk n tnblcspoonful of flnely-mlnced
pnrslcy n bit of onion. Bind with n
tnblespoonfnl ench of flour and butter
cooked together; enon well and
serve with croutone. Canned or fresh-
cooked pea niny bo used tn this dish
Cranberry and Raisin Marmalade.
Take ono qunrt of cranberries nnd ono
cupful of wnter. bring to a boll quick-
ly. As soon ns they begin to cook."
mash through n colander; mid tvx
cupfuls of sugnr nnd two cupfuls of
seeded raisins which hnvo been put
through tho meat grinder nnhim
tho hent nnd cook slowly for 00 mln-
utes stlrrlnjj often.
Fruit Salad. Arrango rJnga of
ennned pineapple on heart leaves of
lettuce. Sprinkle with chopped al-
monds nnd fill tho centers with' a
thick mayonnaise. Serve with mayon-
nalse thinned with cream
Jr" Bd-Ml " bowl two
cupfuls of sour milk one tenspoonful
of soda ono cupful of molasses nnd one
kk beaten. Add ono and one-half cup-
fuls of graham flour one and one-half
cupfuls of white flour ono cupful of
corn meal nnd n tenspoonful of baking
powder. Hoot well and bako for an
hour nnd n hnlf In brend pnna allow
Ing plenty of room to rlso.
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