The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 17, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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j The Story That Cured His Wife
By C. A. Stearns
"Mr. Wllllnni A Kvtfonl will nnawrr
.IHiKtloiin iiiul KUo mlvlio MlKI! OF
I'OST on nil aiihlretH pertaining lf tho
iihjcct of liultillnx for the renders of tula
paper. On account hi ma wine ixh-
ilcnce nil Ktlltor. Author nml Manufac-
turer lio In without douht tho highest
.authority on nil tlwao subjects. Aihlnm
nil lniiilrl(M In William A. lliulfnril No.
J'M Fifth AM-. I'lilriiRu. 111. ami only
vnolosu two-cent stamp for reply.
A wealthy farmer solved the farm-
liolp iiroblom liy building very pretty
'ottngo houses for bla men to llvo In.
An an experiment about! two yeats ago
Jid selected a vety attractive spot In
I ho orchnrtl Just a few yaula buck
from the main mad. anil without con-
wilting nny ono built a cottage llko the
It Is small but large enough for the
purpose. It contains a very pleasant
living 'room a splendid iIIiiIuk mom
4ind a kitchen downstairs and they
nro well nrranRed both for looks and
convenience nnd u very neat stairway
make? connection with tlio collar
kitchen UvlnR loom and upstairs and
locs It without eating very much Into
tlio space required for the looms.
For some reason farmers havo never
Iiu.li! much attention to the houses
liallt for help and the universal howl
fim all parts of the country Is that
Rood men will not work on farms.
When you look Into somo or tlio
bouses they nro expected to live In
you can very leadlly heo why. It
-4-ostB very little moie to build a bouse
llko this planned with corvenlences
anil made attractive both outside and
In than to put tip nn awkward look-
ing shack that any self-respecting
woman would be ashamed to live In.
tf a woman Is discontented the man Is
almost absolutely certain to look for
smother job before very long.
When tlio farmer In question got
1lils beautiful little cottage ilnlshed
lio happened to meet the very man
lio wanted to hlro and drove with him
lo seo It. Under pretenso of engaging
lilm to fix tip the garden around the
now house and plant It with flowers.
w.-'1 " .
:urrant bushes rhubarb roots and a
Jow other easy.growlng staples that
every good farm gat den contains he
got tho man very much Interested In
tho littlo bouse.
Aftor tho former drovo away the
man went through the house and in
spected It caro fully from the cellar
lo tho rooT. Ho found tho neatest
prettiest littlo house he had ever seen.
Jt was nicely finished well painted
and neatly papored with good papor
having colors that matched proporly
;md looked well together. Ho found
two light comfortable bedrooms nnd
"5:0 found a bathroom that would be
First Floor Han.
ft credit to a good deal more expensive
dwelling. There was a copper tank in
tho top of the bathroom which was
connected with the cistern by a force
pump placed In tho collar whoro It
eould not freeze or bo likely to get out
"Without saying anything to tho boss
lio brought his wlfo over tho next
jiiornlng which wan Just -rat tho
owner of tho premises expected and
lio made It convenient to happen along
ilmt way while she wns there to con-
wilt with tho man about lavellng tho
xrouud and laying It out to tlio best
advantage. Of courso he was very
much surprised to find Mrs. Xan thoro
but ho Improved tho opportunity to
sibk her oplulon about thi window
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shades and a few minor details when
she laughingly told him that she would
like to live In Just such a bouse her-
self. Alter that negotiations with the
iiiiiu he wanted were easy.
I saw him about a year afterward
and ho said that woman could not bo
drlen out of tlio little bouse. Hbo
made the remark to one of the neigh
bors that she bad never hnd the lieu
of a regular bathroom befoni and slio
never would live without one again.
Now the fact Is this houbti cost
about $100 mom than one of the plain
.iwkwnrd nffalrs that most farmers
build for thtlr married nelp. Tie
Second Floor Plan.
owner of such n house gets the man
he wants whllo tho owner of a poor
house gets tho man ho don't wnnt and
lores hint as soon as ho can do better
Ono great Improvement In this
house. Is the form of triple window
used In the lnrger rooms which admits
so much light and air when you want
It and looks much better than nny
other window that haB ever been built
for n small low-cost house. Such win-
dow frames may bo bought ready to
nail right Into the framework and
really cost less than some others that
require more hand work. It la nnoth-
or way of making machinery do the
work Instead of depending co much on
The projections for tho wide win
dows in tho dining room and living
room aro built tip with the framework
and the labor la very littlo more. Of
course you cannot add an extra foot to
any i art of a room without It posting
something but It Is quite possible to
put on extensions of this kind tin.'
nro worth a dozen times their extra
cost. It marks tho difference be-
tween a woll-planned well-built dwell
tng and the slipshod affairs that nro
altogether too common.
A littlo house like this containing
five rooms with the steep roof ncul
gable ends and fashionable front
porch Is an ornament to n village lot
as well as the farm. It contains a
great deal of convenlonco In propor-
tion to its size and there nrc no small
uncomfortable littlo rooms such as
wo find In most small low-cost houses.
Spinner Statue to Be Erected.
Tho Gen. horkimor iiai.i. . tho
Daughters of tho American Revolution
has brought to their town Horkimor
N. V front Washington tho long-neg-lectcd
statue of Gen. Francis B. Splu-
nor treasurer of tho United States
from 18CI to 187C nnd It will bo
erected and uu veiled earlv In tho com-
ing fall. For tho last ton yenrs this
statue had been stored In tho base-
ment of the Corcoran nrt gallery. In
Washington nnd overy effort to havo
it orected ou a alto near tho treasury
building has been defeated. Tho statuo
is said to bo an expression of tho grat-
Ittido of tho women o( the country lo
Gen. Spinner for his sorvlces in bring-
ing about tho employment of women
bb clerks In tho departments at Wash-
ington Losses Caused by Wrecks.
Wrecks reduced the cffe.'tlvo mor-
cantllo mnriuo of the world in 1007
ncoordlng to Lloyd's Register 80S ves-
sels of 851224 aggregate tennage ex-
clusive of vessels of less tl'.hn 100 tons.
Great Ilrltaln's percentage of loss was
tho least of all tho principal ship-
! dcoToom imiH T! '
DED JtOOoA J
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(CoptlKUtt by Slmruiory 1'uli. Co.)
The colonel' young wife had suf-
fered a bereavement that left her In
that state of melancholia which Is the
first stngo of Insanity. Nothing could
rouse her from her dull listless buxxl-
lug. Tho surgeon of the pot. of course
advised complete chutiRe of scene; but
that was out of the question.
Whllo pondfiliig deeply on this ur-
gent problem a chance word sug-
gested to the colonel a desperate ex-
pedient. Would It succeed-.' Might
not the iemMl prove mote dniiRerous
than tho dlsouse? Anything be felt.
would be better than that alurmitig
Keating himself by his wife's couch
ho with diniculty secured her wan-
dering attention and this Is the story
At tho close of a hot xultry aftet-
noon threatening a thunderstorm a
young lieutenant of engineers In
charge of a government surveying
patty bad gone on sonic distance in
adxance of his men to select u enuipt
ing ploce for the night. Kmerglug
f i om tho forest be entered a glado of
considerable size bounded on one side
by a periHMidlcular ledge of rock. In
or 20 feet In height. Following the
ledge he came upon a decaying log
cabin built ngulnst the rock.
Startled lij the loneliness of this
wteck of u human shelter In the dense
wilderness the lieutenant pushed upon
the door hung on wooden pins which
creaked dismally as It htlflly yielded.
The e.rthen floor was littered with
fiagmcnU of the broken roof and a
few rusty cooking utensils.
As the young engineer stood there
gating around the mouldering ruin lie
wondered vaguely why he should care
to waste a moment In such a desolate
and uninviting spot. Yet ho could not
uinke up his mind to go. The daylight
socmed to fade nway and was re-
placed by a strange dull yellowish
glare. Several times he resolved to
leave but still ho stnyed. In a little
while he fell a sensation of numbness
In hU feet. Ills eyelids grow heavy
ud drowsiness stole over him bring
Ins with It tho terrible pnrnlysls of
nightmare. He felt that he could not
move If ho tried and bo dared not try.
Just then a distant shout came to
his ears. It drew nearer and nearer
and the surveyors crossing tho glado
In search of him. reached the open
door hanging on one of itn pegs. With
feet as heavy as lead be stepped over
Its threshold and almost with effusion
greeted Sorgt. Lawson the hardest-
headed man In tho party who came up
first. The sergeant stared at hlni and
Into the gloomy hut nnd lingered
looking curiously after the lieutenant
an with over-lightening feet be led the
men away from the cabin to a camp-
ing spot at uumo distance.
When camp was pitched the lieuten-
ant gave orders that the men should
be waked and camp broken nt half-
past three In tho morning for u long
march before breakfast In- tho cool
of the day. As thoy sat about tho lire
aftor supper enjoying a short smoke
before turning in the lieutenant could
not keep bis thoughts from the de
serted cabin and bla strange experi-
ence there. Pointing with his pipe-
stem he said to Lnwson:
"Queer old shack over there."
The sergeant nodded and continued
to look nt him steadily with such an
expression that thoolllcer felt Impelled
to relate what had happened to him.
Again I.awson uodded knocked the
ashes from bis own pipe nnd said:
"I went In myself nnd had oxactly
tho same sensations."
F.ach continued to look steadily Into
tho other's face. They were men of
nctlon not words. At length tho lieu-
"There's a moon for nn hour before
daylight and on hour's sleep won't bo
missed oven If we enn sleep. What
do you say to an exploration of tho
ruined cabin boforo wo march?"
It waB so ngreed.
When they stood again in the moon-
light before tho old hut half burled
In lta mossy shroud an unaccountable
depression crept over them llko a
miasmatic fog. Entering silently thoy
sat down on tho bench and looked
about as their eyas becaino accus-
tomed to the darkness.
At that moment they wore startled
by an awful sight. At the point among
tho logs of tho rear wall where tho
lieutenant had noticed tho charred
streaks a straght dagger-shaped dart
of llamo shot dovnward toward the
floor nnd remnlned there quivering.
Then a second flashed nnd wavered be-
sldo tho first. They gave out a lur.ld
sulphurous light llko flames seen
through a dense fog or smoke. J tap-
Idly this smoky light pouring through
tho crovlces shaped Itself until tlmru
appeared before them nebulous but
distinct a towering form n tho foni-
bianco of humanity. It B--jiued to glow
with fiercest heat yet far from giving
warmth It only added to tho deathly
chill. As tho lieutenant saw that fear-
ful shape solidifying out of the (lory
vnpor ho was ussalled by an unreason-
lug overwhelming uncouquornblo
fear. Ho groped toward his com-
panion who sat rigid as marble nnd
laid a cold hand upon his arm. At his
touch the trooper shrieked and
diopped to tho floor leaving his olllccr
alone with tho Shapo.
(Ab tho colonel's low Impressive
tones put vivid llfo luto this thrilling
verbal picture he noted tho light of
concentrated attention in tho eyes oi
his wife followed by tho wclccme
Kluiiu of letuiuliiK Interest In huiiiitu
Theie the lieutenant mil continued
I lit- iinrnitor hlrt giiM held bv n hi
ilhlc fiiscliiiitieii. He tried to apeak
to htlr. to move. He could not lift a
HiiKer. Not a mtisclo would nnsuci
bis will. Ken bin eye followed the
quivering swaying fur in of fire with
nut 111 cout 1 1)1.
Ill hi ron glh wns slipping away
with bis onthmllftl volition but
reared not bodily barm as much ax be
do mlcd the imsnult nnd cnpluto of bis
will for he reullxcd that some inure
IMJtenl psychic force than be possesned
was striving to wrest from him Ids In
illvlduiillly. rhyslenl death weie wel-
come ciniipnred with the unspeakable
horror of the uniilhlhitioii of bis soul
us tin tesult of Its ohm-Minn by dc-
He stiugglfd to ii'taln his reason.
With an effoit or will that brought the
dew of agony to his brow he nlmost
Hung himself uptight upon his feet.
Ill an effoit to escape. As be did so.
the hideous Shapo ndvnnced ptojectod
by the weird flames playing through
the gaping chinks of the rear wall
nnd ciept stealthily forwnid llko an
animal seeking Its prey. I he lieuten-
ant could in fancy feel those liniilble
fangs piercing bis very eonl. Ah the
dread Form was upon him he In-
stinctively threw up bis arm. as If to
ward off a physical blow when a
shock a hearing of the flesh as at the
touch of liquid nlr an etching Jet of
llnmo Hint burned to the bone ran
thmiigh his wrist. Then he felt him-
self caught and dragged over the
When he looked about with U-turn-Ing
consciousness ho found himself
surrounded by his men some yards
from the crumbling cabin with Ijiw-
sou stretched upon the grass still tin-
conhclous. Missing the lieutenant and
the sergeant at the hour set for break
ing camp the surveyors attincted by
a blight light in the ruined hhuck had
sought and found them there Insensi-
ble and apparently overcome by
inephltlc fumes that filled tho place
linth were as weak as though con-
valescing fiom a lingering fever nnd
the eaily morning inarch was aban-
doned. lly suuti.ie the leaders had so far
recoMirod as to superintend the demoli-
tion of the cabin In which they hnd
auffcied such frightful fear. When
the lotting log walls were thrown
down and burnt im extraordinary
sight was roealed. As the blazing
logs fell away fiotu tho face of the
cliff It wns seen that the rear wall
In which there had been a movable
section on pegs llko the entrance door
masked a second chamber a cavern
In the rock. There was a mile lire-
place In It deep with ashes. Over it
hung Iron hooka nnd pots; crucibles
nnd various Instruments and utensils
were scattered about. Heyond the lire-
place and a rough workbench some-
thing was vaguely outlined In the dim
light. Approached with n torch It
proved to bo a human skeleton of un-
usual height whose bleached bones
were cracked and distorted. It was
complete except tho feet which were
missing. The stumps of the ankle
bones rested In a deep vat sunk In
the floor of tho piivo Ono bony hand
split and blackened grasped a wire
that connected with the great growing
tree trunk in the cabin wall.
It was with feelings of awe that the
littlo party gazed at this strange
sight but the two leadcis wero glad
to Hnd themselves entirely Tree from
the oppressive symptoms which had
overpowered them when on tho 3pot
Wns that the last page In tho dread
history of i-tnne student of unknown
forces somo searcher Into forbidden
mysteries trapped to his death amid
the strange devices of bis unholy oc-
cupation? It seemed so. Eagerly ab
sorbed In somo experiment whllo n
great storm was i aging without his
feet by an awful accident bad slipped
luto the vat containing no one knows
what frightful mixture. To save him-
self he had grasped tho wire attached
to the tree which at that moment by
some strange chance or merI'"-J fatal-
ity was riven by lightning vnlch fol-
lowed tho wlro ami passed through
Hnd the sultry summer air heavily
charged with electricity ennhled tho
restless spirit of the soiceror to utllk'.o
again that fateful circuit Impregnate
tho very ground with a roslstloss bo-
numbing power and mutorlallzo Itself
electrically Into tho lambent flaming
figure they hnd seen? So they always
bclloved and the dcop scar an Inch
long In tho lloutenant'a wilst which
ho will carry to his grave confirms
him In that bollof.
Tho colonel's wlfo stnrted up as ho
concludod his story and following her
gaze his oyes also rested on a livid
scar on his own light hnnd reaching
from tho bnso of the thumb to tho
"O Hlchard!" she cried ilslng and
walking tho room In her excitement
"I know at lust tho secret of that
dreadful burn. It was you who suf-
fered that awful experience. Oh what
If I had lost you too!"
Raising his oyes to bors he Baw
with Joy tho wholesome brightness of
sanity and health. As alio sprang to
her feet tho Hhackles of her morbid
fancies dropped away and sho stood
thoro glowing onco more tho- winsome
and vivacious bride. Tho story had
A ..OVE POTION.
HIST cnli h nnr kwciI-
hmtt llili. iiii'll llnil
in lMp.Yiiit .
i-li- must not Im ton
yniitig or ohl.
Tim mnrttitm niton nfv
Ami iM!ltlii- aiimilit he Ih
Nor yt hit too hnril:
And If tlir's too much
Th iwltMi In manvii
lnn't fall to wi n itnidi
Of lirtwy- trhr n
Mid- in u Ml of lilnrii-y nml
I'll-- Hiignr m lh" top.
Tin ii tf tho iHillnii ulioulil mil work
(Ami inophiwy. ho ran?)
Iion'l loan faith In llila iwtpr.
Jm l K t itiintliri limn!
A "400" Luncheon.
In Upton Sinclair's book of tho
"Metropolis" we are treated to the de-
scription ol a luncheon supposed to
rlvnl In elegance and sybaritic luxury
the historic banquets of Tiiinnlchlii.
Phe affair he tells us. begins with "Ice
(.'renin hurled In while or egg and
baked brown." And among the nfter
com sea wns "grape fruit set In n block
of Ice tilled with wine." We are fur-
ther (old that a newly bom Iamb Is
considered a delicacy and eaten with
relish. Cafe parfait cold asparagus.
timl "bilge thick slices of roust beef"
complete the menu.
One pint of milk tho yolks of three
eggs a quarter pound sugar and half
ounce gelatine. Put on tho stove and
htlr until the gelatine dissolves. Strain
through n lino sieve and when cool
add one pint of cold cieaiu. Flavor
Ulcasod are the fried imtntoos which
nie bt owned quickly In a hot pan; If
allowed to simmer slowly they will
nbsorb too much grease.
Ulessed la (he hot knife used for
cutting fresh bread.
Ulessed Is the sprig of fiesh mint
served with Iced ten.
Ulessed la the teaspoon of vinegar
put In tho wnter In which eggs nro
poached to prevent their spreading ;
It Is also a good plan to stir the wa-
ter before putting the eggs in.
Ulessed is the dilcd beef which Is
llrst liollod to make It tender to re-
move the salt and make the liavor deli-
cate. ADAM'S APPLE.
OOlt I-Jve In the klti-hon
of I'uriiiUKi' mice
Wns tired nml nervous
Halil Mic: "Them In noth-
ing nt all for itoMdiit.
Ami Ailaui Im 11 red of
Whllii lioiH'lria n h e
- lookrd In the garden
An apple tiro Kvo did
Hnlil Nlin: ".hint tho
thins; til Kitlior it
And inuUa Ailnni u nlco
She pnrril qiiniturrd tut thorn In kIIi-os
I.lneil n pie tin with light llnUy panto;
Then put uu nliunilanco nt apple ulthln.
Ami tfugtir nml mitim-n to instc.
A top crust ahu added thou b-iketl half
Taking nun to Have nil tho fruit iieel-
Iiirh. For they muko good Jelly hut this time
Must in noun; way havo hurt Adum'a
Uecnuxe ii b hI.ii puuiel to hnr htmlmnd
Tho tlrst man Mid: "After you
And live mum liawt left In it woo uppla
Kor It Mu k In tho throat of ioor
A Fancy Fish Course
For an elaborato luncheon try a
fish course of sardines In aspic Jelly.
This berved with rolls or hot biscuit
and garnished with lemon la good to
see nnd tasto.
The aspic Jolly Is mndo In thin way:
To three pints of cleur veal stock add
two oiincos of gelutlno previously soft-
oncd In cold'wutor. Mix together a
tablespoon of catsup and one of vine-
gar. Add a teaspoon of ground herbs
marjoram thyme savory or parsley.
Next comes a teaspoon each of mace
cloves allspice popper and salt. Heat
up the whites of two eggs and tho yolk
of one; add thorn to the splco mixture
and stir all In with tho stock nnd gel-
atine. It Is a cloar dedicate medium
for many upiiotlzlng dishes and well
worth the trouble.
This Is made llko nn ordinary tapi-
oca pudding oxcopt that Instead of
eggs and milk added tq tho sweetoned
tapioca strained Juice Is ndded from
grapes boiled In wntor enough to
cover. Or the bottled Juice may bo
used with good results. It affords a
wholesomo change In that sensible
nutritious and cheap dessert tapioca.
Drown ovenly round slices of breud.
Cut cold balled ham In thin round
slices; put on tho brood-and pour over
thorn a hot rnroblt to which has been
i sdded a dash of mustard.
THE WINE OF CLEOPATRA.
1 1 1 : V t. II im ClrolMIn
I ilimotv.i: n Nnrt in
w I lo-
rd fain Im'IIpvo thf
I'll inhr aotmi anil uliu
Tin- i -nl drink alii- g.nf
Tim awrrt. I'm afrnliP
Wim nothing In th-i
u in 1)1 hill Jttffi
A fmirj li-lliilltitili-'
And with a ftourlnh. Kl-
A pmrlT Oh. no. In-
Tim Jrwrl that ahr hnmlatl Main.
Wiia Juat-iv h'liion alt
of ooiirw wr hnow that Hypl' l'i'v"i
Waa amnrti-at Imal of tilrlx
W xwnllow mam trtlMl of Inf.
lint ilrowr Hi llnr at inurlx!
Many vK'tRblea nuiy be made ex
cellcnt substitutes for incut If n cream
snuce be added. A good recipe Is the
following: I'm hair a cup or butter In
th pun. When It melt ntlr In slow
ly llvo lnhlosKoiis grated cheese tin'
licaton yolks or I wo eggs and pepper
ami salt to taste. Stir until thick and
smooth. Add this to mashed potatoeti
by pointug It over them while hot add
In end crumbs and brown. Or 111) the
center of hollowed lomutoon with the
auuee and hake.
A Fcv Salad Hints.
I'titll toady to serve keep sepnrate
and very cold each kind of food of
which the salad Is to bo made. Iet
vegetables stand for a whllo In cold
water; It preserves their color.
What does "marinate" mean? This
question la often asked nnd the an
swor Is rather an nntl-cllmax. For
although the term has n learned sound
It moans simply weMng. To "liinrln
uto and serve with mayonnaise" Indi-
cates nothing more startling than that
the Ingredients are all to be wet or
sprinkled with oil nnd vinegar and the
miiyonnalno added at tho last us a gnr
nluh. This treatment Improvea most
salmis. Avoid chopping of thu mixture
It gives a "hashy" result meat and
vegetables should be sharply diced
and llsh Is better for being broken into
shreds with the fingers.
NTIDOTES to poisons
must be used Immedl
ntely and should In
ready at hand lu un
emergency. Pin this
rhyme ou the wall lu
the kitchen; it may be
needed somo day.
For deadly ui-lils llki
Take nlkalli-H lo help tin-
Take houp and inllW
lime hihIii rhnlk.
I'nr opium muko the pa
Kor iik'ohol into common
Htonmrh should nt once revolt).
For poisonous gas cold IrntliK nro good
Hull hard to circulate tho hlood.
For mad dog Idle tho curo'n heroic
.lust hum It out llko any Btolo.
Kor hllo of nerpetlt do tho same
Htiong whlnky drink no ono will Maine
Hut when rubs full mid memory too
Tho whiten of t-Kga will often do.
A novelty on the market Is pulver-
ized vegetables for tho making or
soup. They can bo purchased In small
packuges at n low price powdered
peas beans etc. to bo mixed with hot
milk broth or wuter and seasoned to
taste. Tho result Is much like the
fresh puree but should bo made rich-
er than tho directions show.
Mix to a pulp cooked beans pcaa
and lentils (the latter may bo omit-
ted). To a half pound of tblB add two
tablospoonfitla of melted butter three
ot lino bread crumbs a shallot (or
onions or cloves or garlic) somo pop-
por and salt. Mix with the beaten yolk
of un egg and fry In deep fat. Some
llko this spiced with fresh herbs or ft
pinch of tho dry spice.
Lobster a la Newburg.
Tho following Is tho reclpo used b"
n prominent oystor house In Chicago.
Put lu a pan ono lobste: cut into
small pieces. Add a lump of butter
salt and popper. Add n cream Banco
made of ono ounce of buttor and two
of Hour mixed with enough cream to
thin It. Just boforo dishing pour over
all the yolk of one egg nnd two
ounces of sherry.
Ulessed are tho candlo-euds; collect
and save for Ironing day. Put In a
bag and tub tho Iron over it.
Ulessed tiro the bits of bacon left
ovor from breakfast. Add them
chopped line to tomato sauco to bo
served with tho meat for dinner.
Ulessed Is tlio bit ot butter rubbed
along tho top of tho coffee or choco-
late pot to prevent boiling over.
Ulesscu Is tho molon which Is cut
from tho center outwurd so that each
lecelves n share of tho hoart.
Ulessed la the egg plant which la
Hrst Boaked an hour In salted water.
It can then bo sliced and fried or
halved and baked. If the latter stuff
with well seasoned bread crumbj.
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Roberts, A. S. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 17, 1908, newspaper, November 17, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81642/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.