Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 23, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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HOW TO FRY DOUGHNUT
IMPLt MKTHOD TO REUIVt
TASK OP DRUDQKRY.
Cutting antf Extra Step On Way to
Lighten tha Housawlfa'a tabors
Potato Should Ba Cook
In Their Skins.
Wylng doughnuts la a Uak that la
apt to make a great deal of extra
work. The woman brings the dough-
ante from the pantry on the cake
board and holds It In her left hand
while ahe drops the doughnuU In tho
kettle of fat The cake board la
heavy the strain Is severe and the
woman la apt to make many trips be-
tween the pantry and the kitchen
All this unnecessary work could bo
dona away with by the very simplo
method of placing the cake board of
untried doughnuts on the shelf abovo
the range which Is generally at Just
the right height to enable her to take
them from tho board and drop them in
the kettle thereby saving many trips
to and from tho pantry and also the
atrength that Is used up In holding
a heavy board.
In washing potatoes moat women
scrub and rub and whirl them about
with their hands taking 'perhaps
about 10 to ID minutes to get them
thoroughly clean when n llttlo lu-
cent scrubbing brush would clean
them In 3 or 4 minutes the scrubbing
brush to be used only for this purpose.
In this enlightened age It Is to be
hoped that no housewife peii pota-
toes before cooking them as It Is well
known that all tho valuable food salts
are Just under the skin in peeling
them before cooking this valuable nu-
trition is wasted.
In blacking stoves canvas gloves
slipped over the hands will nave ten
minutes or moro In scrubbing at the
sink to get tho blacking from the
The ashes from the kitchen range
should always be removed Just before
waahlng the kitchen floor otherwise
the housewife is very apt to wash her
floor and find she has to remove the
aahea and this will generally result
in two or three nast smootches on
the floor aa It Is practically impossi-
ble even with tho greatest of care to
remove ashes without spilling at least
a faw grains.
Rico Bavarian Cream.
Put a little lemon Jelly into a wet
ring mold and allow It to set. Waah
ooo cupful rice In aeveral watera and
boll it In boiling water quickly for 6
.minutes. Drain add two cupfuU milk
cook slowly until rice is tender and
milk absorbed. Dissolve one levfl ta-
blespoonful powdered gelatin with one-
half cupful boiling water add it to
rice and sugar with one teaspoonful
vanilla extract and one-half cupful
whipped cream. When cool pour Into
prepared mold and leave in cool place
until set Turn out and serve with
atewed fruit In the center.
Into a pint of nice sour milk break
one egg. Sift together Into the sour
milk one heaping teacupful of white
corn meal half a teaspoonful of salt
and a half teasponful of soda and
beat thoroughly together. Have a
well-greased pan holding a quart on
the atove heating and when very hot
pour the batter into it and put Into
very hot oven. It Bhould be done a
delicate brown In 15 minutes ..and
must be served at once. Commoner.
A Turklah Dish.
Stew one cup of cold lamb with
one teaspoon of minced onion In one
cup of water until very tender. Skim
out the meat and add to tho water
enough atralned tomato to make one
pint or use more water If you have
not enough of the tomato. Season
highly with salt and pepper and a llt-
tlo curry or chutney sauce
Pour ovev throe-fourth cup of pearl
tapioca which has been well washed
about a quart of warm water and
cook in a double boiler until trans-
parent. Stir often. Add one-halt tea-
spoon of salt. Peel and core six ap-
ples put in a round baking dish and
fill holes where the cores came out
with sugar. Pour the tapioca over
and bake till apples nre soft If you
want to prepare this in n hurry ateam
the applcawhlle the tapioca Is cook-
ing and then It bakes- very quickly.
Eat with sugar and cream.
Waah beets put Into oven In a llt-
tlo water to keep from sticking to bot-
tom. Bake threo hours or until ten-
der then remove kln cut In thin
slices Into serving dish with follow-
ing dressing: One-quarter pound but-
ter dessertspoon vinegar salt pep-
per. Melt and while hot pour over
toots and set In oven a few momenta.
Forgive your enemies; if you have
M enemies forgive some of your
Mm Dracan of OklakfJaa Makes
New Plain StateauaU Fr
Publication la htereat
Chapel Okla. -"Please print this
letter" wrltcn MIsb Molllo Duncan of
this place "ns It may reach and help
some poor Buffering woman.
for 17 years 1 had been afflicted
With wntiifltili. i .t.i -.. i ii-.f
" ..... .iij iiuumiuh tinu nuu irieu i
different treatments but none of them
helped mo any I Buffered bo much
I could hard!) bear It
I had Hticli drawing-down pains and
a pain In my slil Also hcadacho and
those awful dlz7y spellB. 1 wbb very
weak and could not bo up at times. I
I decided to try Cnrdul. tho woman's I
Ionic and I will say I am not sorry
that 1 did for It helped mo wonder-
fully. I feci lll(o an entirely new per-
son. I can wash nil day now and at-
tend to my other household duties
and not fepl llrrd when night comes.
I Intend to keep Cnrdul In tho house
JubI nB long aB I llvo for It has dono
mo so much good "
Caidul Ib the Ideal tonic remedy for
women. Its Ingredients nro CBpcclnlly
adapted for women's needs. It soothes
pain helps weakness nervousness
dragging sensntlons headache back-
acho and other symptoms of womanly
Cnrdul Is purely vegetable nnd has
no had after-effects. Is good for
young and old
N D It'rltt in Ctiatlannota MfJidnt Co. Ladira
AoYMorr Drp.rtmfnt Oiattannnfa Trimraw. lot
UttUt litrvftt't n your cat awl 64mi (took. "Home
Tiealmrn! for Worum" t-nt in p'ain wrapper. Adv.
HIS ONE FAULT.
"Ib )our huoband a good man?"
"Yes he's a good man. I can't
romplaln. Hut ho alwn)s sneaks out
whenever tho clerg.Miian calls."
A CtERGYMAN'O TESTIMONY.
Tho Itcv. Edmund Hcslop of Wig-
ton Pa. Buffered from Dropsy for a
year. Ills limbs and feet wcro swol-
len and puffed. Ho had heart flutter
lug wns dizzy
nnd o.xhnustod at
tho least exer-
tion. Hnnds and
feet were cold
nnd ho had such
a dragging sensa-
tion across tho
loins that it was
(II Hi cult to move.
After using 5
l)OXCH of rjodrta
Rev. E. Hcslop.
Kidney Pills tho swelling disappear-
ed and ho felt himself again. Ho snya
ho has boon benefited and blessed by
tho uso of Dodds Kidney Pills. Sev-
eral months later ho wrote: I havo
not changed my faith In your remedy
slnco tho nbovo statement wan author-
ized. Correspond w Ith Kov. B. Hcs-
lop about this wonderful remedy.
Dodds Kidney Pills. DOc. per box at
your dealer or Oodds Medicine Co..
HulTalo N. Y. Write for Household
Hints nlBo music of Natlonnl Anthem
(English nnd Gorman words) and re-
cipes for dainty dlahea. All 3 Bent froo.
For a Rubber Plant.
When tho leaves turn yellow nnd
fall off tho plant Is tl)lng. Feed It a
tnhtanpooiiful of ollvo oil every to
weeks. Also wash tho plant onco a
week with unnn Foapsiids lotting tho
warm sudB moisten tho enrth thor-
oughly. Sprlnklo every other day.
This samo treatment should bo used
"Does )oiir wife ralso a rumpus
when you stny away from homo at
"No; but sho does when I get
8omo of the charity thnt begins at
homo Isn't worth making a fuss about.
mum of mot
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THE BAROMETER OF THE POST
OFFICE. THE READING OF
WHICH SHOWS WESTERN
Several of Western Canada news-
papers coming to hand during the
last part of the year 1912 contained
Items of news such as tho following
peaking of the Christmas work In
"Other years havo been heavy and
tho employees havo had plenty of op-
portunity of learning what It was to
work overtime but tho paBt hnB had
nothing equal to the present. Forty
extra men havo botu employed (In
Winnipeg) and mail trains havo been
run special. Tho tncreuso In the mall
this year has been due. to tho cnor-
mo.iB Influx of pcoplo Into Western
Canada during tho season nnd also
tho general prosperity which tho l
prnlrlo prdvlnccs havo enjoyed To
the latter causo has been duo tho
heavy Incrcnso in tho number of par-'
cols w'hlch havo been shipped to tho
old country and Eastern Qnnada." 1
The above extract taken from a
Winnipeg paper rIvcb n fair Idea of
the great work that tho Canadian
postofllccs havo had all through the
western prairies. During tho pnst
year hundreds of new postofllccs wero
established many of them at remote
points from the railway but all forced
upon tho country on account of tho
new settlements that havo taken
place during tho year. It Is said of
(ho Canadian government that In Its
Immigration nnd scttlomcnt policy
there is nothing left undone to tnko
care of tho people and their welfare
whether It bo In tho new town along1
a now lino of railway or In tho- re-
motest hamlet This sollcltudo and
care aro not confined to the postof-1
flee but with every branch thit has
to do with organizing now districts j
Urldgea havo been built roads con-
structed tho district policed nnd a j
dozen other things havo to bo dono
and aro done. Is it any wonder that
with tho splendid land the high
yielding land the land that Is free to
the homesteader or open to purchase '
at rcasonablo prices from tho railway
and land companies that the Cana-
dlan Immigration records for 1912
will show arrlvalB of upwards ot
400000 one-half of this being from tho
United StatcB. Tho now literature
being sent out by tho Immigration
branch at Ottawa and Its agencies
throughout tho United States deals
with many of tho new and Interesting
features that will mark tho work of
that branch for tho year 1913. Ad-
vertisement Familiar to "Mike."
A negro clairvoyant who for boiho
time masqueraded as a Hindoo was
recently visited by a collector Mike
"Ah" smiled the clnlro)nnt "ze
gcnzelmnii wants zo palm read?"
"No." said Mike "ze gcnzclman has
zo bill for you."
When the bill was produced .the
palm reader forgot his Hindoo an-
cestors and n stream of perfect Eng-
lish swear words ' poured from his
' Ah." said Mike smiling "r gen-
zelmau pounds more lll;e zo Indiana
avemiu zan 70 Hindoo." Indianapolis
"Reginald" Bays tho beauteoiiB ob-
ject of Ills adoration "1 happened to
rend in the paper that sugar has gone
away up In price nnd for that reason
candy Is more expcnslxo. 1 Just think
you nro extravagant to keep bringing
mo a pound every tlmo you cull."
"I nm glad to do It. darling" avows
"I know jou nro but you must learn
to ho economical. Papa told mamma
to buy sugar by tho barrel and got It
cheaper so maybe you would better
buy candy for mo tho samo wny."
Analyzing the Philosopher.
Flnley I'etcr Dunno wns sympathiz-
ing at n New York club with u play-
wright whoso piny had failed.
"Hrnco up!" he cried. "Tnko It like
Then Mr. Dunno smiled tho whimsi-
cal Dooley Binllo nnd added:
"A philosopher Ib oiio who has train-
ied himself to bear with perfect sorea
itv tho mlforiunen nf ntlm" I
"Twelvn persons for dinner! Aren't
"Wo might ltnlto a thlrtcnnrti; that
would perhaps tako nwoy their appe-
tite" It's ensler foi1 most men to pray
for forgiveness than it Ib to fight
"So time runs Its rnco?"
"Yes In tho laps of years
ugly srluly ry hairs
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Have You Seen
the Coupon Now in
Liggett $ Myers Duke's Mixture mnkes a
great pipe smoke or will make a roll of real
satisfaction that nothing can beat.
It is the favorite smoke of thousands of
men who want selected pure Virginia and
North Carolina bright-leaf tobacco.
If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture
made by Liggett Myers at Durham N. C.
try it at once.
r Hi sack contains one and a half ounces of
tobacco thatisccjual to any Scgranulated tobacco
A Coupon That i a Dandy.
Something to Be Thankful For.
Michael Median was tho proud pos-
sessor of a brand new silk high hat
At tho wake of his dourest enomy ho
had guarded It carefully and ns a
consequence wns strolling homo with
tho tllo uiiKcnthcd. As ho passed tho
site of a building operation n lady
acquaintance nodded pleasantly.
With nn oBtentntloiiB wnvo of tho
hat which exhibited It to excellent ad-
vantage Mlchnel bowed. At tho same
moment n brick sailed down from tin
upper floor nnd bounced from hlb
baled rkull Upon coming to ho In-
quired nnxlously for tho hat. A by
atnnder restored It unharmed Mlko
felt tho egg sized lump on his head
occasioned by the Impact of tho brick
nnd thru regarded his undamaged
tile. "Hegorry" ho sighed In satis-
faction "It's lucky It Is I biiw tho
loldy In tolmo!"
Breath Was "Out of Place."
I'apa took llnrry to tho country to
visit his giandparcnts. They lived n
Bhort distance from tho illiigo where'
tho train stopped. Harry Insisted on
i tinning ns iliey approached the homo
of his gniiKlpnrents. They had not
gone far however until Harry's
breath was coming In short jerks nnd
he could hardily tnlk.
V .i!t wait a nilnulo papa." ho
What's tho mnttcr son?" nBked tho
"My breath Is nil out of place"
gasped tho llttlo fellow.
"Aro you on friendly terms with
your neighbor In tho apartments?"
"Well no. She's rnthor formal.
Always sends hor card when she
wishes to borrow flour nnd If she
wants both Hour and sugar bIio Bonds
U'h tough on the society bud who
marries n blooming Idiot
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"I am Biiro my wifo hns."
"That Ih very goneroua of you."
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Duhl- Do ou know what I'hatasom
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Keeno .Judging fiom his appear-
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Soule, J. S. Farmers' Champion (Elgin, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 23, 1913, newspaper, January 23, 1913; Elgin, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69486/m1/3/?rotate=270: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.