The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, February 28, 1908 Page: 7 of 8
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FROM ONE RECIPE
BOSTON COOK MAKES 8IX DIF-
Roly Poly Pudding, Tea Blacults,
Dutch Roll*, and Others Pre-
pared from the Same Dough
—How It Ic Done.
How's this for cooking enterprise?
According to tho llostnn Herald one
young cook makes six different dishes
from a hIiikIo reclpc. Here It Is: One
quart of lifted flower, five tablespoog-
fuln of baking powder, half a cupful
of butter, ono small teaspoonful of
sugar, half a teaspoonful of salt and
sufilclent milk to make the dough of a
With this foundation she makes any
ono of the following daintfes: Holy
poly pudding—roll the dough until It
Is about half an Inch thick, tbeu cover
It with fresh fruit and roll It up. Place
It In a granite dish or earthen bowl
and steam for half an hour. If pre-
ferred, the dough muy be covered with
Jain or Jelly, and after being rolled
up tightly bake about three-quarters
of an hour.
For tea biscuits, place the dough on
the mixing board and flatten It with
the hand until it is no more than an
Inch In thickness, but do not use the
rolling pin upon It. Cut the biscuits
with a tumbler, cup or biscuit cutter
and bake In a buttered tin in a mod-
erate -oven for about half an hour.
To make Dutch roils, she rolls the
dough out until It is about half an iuch
thick, then dots It with small bits of
butter about half an inch apart. Sho
sprinkles generously with sugar and
rolls ns if making a roly poly, then
cuts in slices each about an Inch thick,
and bakeH In a well buttered pun In a
hot oven for about half an hour.
For raisin loaf, make the mixture ns
directed, but add half a pound of rai-
sins before adding the milk, then bake
In a bread tin In a slow oven for three-
quarters of an hour.
A good shortcake Is made by baking
the dough In a round tin for half an
hour. Split the cakes and butter them
while hot. Afterwurd place a layer of
fresh fruit or preserves between them
nnd serve with sifted sugar and
This mixture will also make a good
plain pie crust and Is especially good
when used in making meat pies.
POLICE JUDGE WILLS.
Will Gladly Answer the Questions cf
It Is a generous offer that Police
Judge J. H. Wills, of Cloverport, K>\,
makes to sufferers from backache, kid-
ney and bladder Ills.
Judgo Wills knows
the value of Dean's
Kidney Pills a n d
will answer the ques-
tions of any sufferer
who writes to him.
The Judge says: "I
take pleasure in
r e commending
Bonn's Kidney Pills to persons suffer-
ing from kidney disorders, backache,
etc. It is the best remedy I have
ever known and I will gladly answer
any questions about It."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a bo*.
Foater-Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y.
SHE WAS BUSY, TOO!
8ewlng Room Hints.
When knitting or crocheting with
delicate colored material, to keep the
ball clean, seal It up In ono of the
large envelopes used by the stores for
small parcels, leaving an opening at
one corner large enough to permit the
thread to puss out freely for use.
Take old dark calico wrappers or
dress skirts, cut an apron out of the
best part of the skirt, put on n band,
and you will have It done In no time.
They are line for all kinds of work
about the house, and come clean much
easier than gingham aprons.
Much time is saved and work light-
ened when doing a good deal of bast-
ing If several needles, say Ave or six,
are threaded In succession. Then
break the thread the desired length
and knot, beginning with the last
needle threaded, until all are ready to
Oatmeal biscuits are genuinely
Scotch. Ingredients: Six ounces of
flour, six ounces of oatmeal, three
ounces of BUgar, three ounces of but-
ter, ono egg, hulf a tablespoonful of
paklng powder, n pinch of salt, one gill
of milk. Heut the egg ar.d milk to-
gether. Mix together the flour, oat-
meal. baking powder, sugar and salt.
Melt the butter In a saucepan and
pour into the dry Ingredients, add the
milk and egg and make Into a firm
paste. Put the dough on a floured
board, roll out rather thin, cut In
rounds, place on a greased tin and
bake in a moderate oven from 10 to 15
For Improving shabby leather chairs
take a pint of linseed oil, boll It anil
let It stand till nearly cold, then stir
In half a pint of vinegar. Stir till
thoroughly mixed, then bottle for use.
When required, shake the bottle well,
pour a very little on a soft flannel
cloth, rub thoroughly Into the leather,
turning the flannel as It gets dirty;
then rub with a soft duster ttll the
polish of the leather Is restored. This
polish softens the leather and prevents
It from cracking.
Pare, core and quarter sufilclent ap-
ples to fill a buttered quart pudding
dish two-thirds full, sprinkle with
sugar, dust with half a teaspoon of
grated nutmeg and cinnamon mixed
and squeeze over the whole the Juice
uf a small half lemon. Sift together
1V4 cups of flour, 1V4 teaspoons of bak-
ing powder, one sultsi>oon of salt and
two teaspoons of sugar, rub In throe
tablespoons of butter, moisten with
one-half cup of milk, pat out the dough,
roll lightly, place It over tho apples
and bake for about 20 minutes.
She—And did my Duckums do a lot
of work-work at the ofllce last night?
He—A—er—yes, dear: In fact, dar-
ling, I was so much occupied that I
have never known time go as quickly
as it did last night.
She—Yes, dear, didn't It!
(And Dlckiims wasn't out late
ECZEMA FOR 55 YEARS.
Fnlrer's strain of Macaroni or Kuhanka
wheat is- absolutely purr in• 1 is from Med
obtained from the Department f Agri-
culture. Our strain i* Dakota grown
which laugh* at drought* mxl elements
and positively mocks black rttst tlint tcr
riblc scorch ami would Ik- u-limncd of
itself if it did not return from to to 80 bu.
of the finest wheat the sun shines on per
acre in good III., la., Mich , \Yi« , Ohio,
Pemi., Mo.. Neb., Kan., and other lands,
and 10 to 00 bu. |ier acre in arid lands. No
rust, no inserts, no failure
JUST HKNO 10c AMI TilIH NOTICE
to t..c .John A. S.ilzcr Seed Co, I,a
Crosse, Wis., and they ii! send you the
most original need book published, to-
gether with free samples <>f tirm seeds
such as Macaroni Wheat, Milium Dollar
Grass. Victoria Rape, Sainfoin, the dry
soil luxurintor. Urontus Inn mis, the des-
ert grassitier, Emperor William Out", more
original than the Emperor himself, rtc.,
And if you send * lc tlicv will mail in
addition a package of farm mrd never be-
fore seen by vou John \. Sal/.er Seed Co.,
•La Crosse, Wis. K. & W.
Meat of the Cocoanut.
"Your honor," said tho lawyer, "I
ask tho dismissal of my client on tho
ground that the warrant falls to stato
that he bit Bill Jones with malicious
"This court," replied the country
Justice, "ain't a graduate of none of
your technical schools. 1 don't care
what be hit Bill with. The pint la,
did he hit him? Proceed."
Catarrh and Headache.
Mrs. Z. E. Goforth, 2119 Molly Street,
Kansas City, writes: "After using a
sample bottle and two 25c bottles of
Hunt's Lightning Oil, 1 nm almost well
of Catarrh. It stops my hi attaches. It
lo the best medicine I ever taw and i
Just can't keep house without it." She
Littlo Willie—Say, pa, what la an
Pa—An Inspiration, my son, Is the
sudden recollection of someone who
will probably stnnd for a touch."
OVKK NINE MILLION' U.200,000)
HOLD i'HIH YEAlt.
Sales Lewis' Single Hinder cigars for
year 1007 more than n.aoo.ooo
Sales for 1900 H.soo.ooo
Suffered Torments from Birth—In
Frightful Condition—Got No Help
Until Cuticura Cured Him.
"I had an Itching, tormenting ede-
ma over since I came Into tho world,
and I am now n man 55 years old.
I tried all kinds of medicines I beard
of, but found no relief. I was truly
In a frightful condition. At last I
broke out all over with red and white
boils* which kept growing until they
were as big as walnuts, causing great
pain and misery, but I kept from
scratching as well as I could. I was
so run down that I could hardly do
my work. I used Cuticura Soap, Oint-
ment, Resolvent, and Pills for about
eight months, and I can truthfully say
I nm cured. Halo Bordwell, Tipton,
la., Aug. 17, 1907."
"I cheerfully endorse the above tes-
timonial. It Is the truth. 1 know Mr.
Bordwell and know tho condition he
was in. Nelson It. Burnett, Tipton, la."
Dogs to Watch Churches.
Ever since the robbery of a valuable
Van Dyck at Courtral the churches of
BrugeB, which contain so many treas-
ures, havo taken extraordinary meas-
ures to prevent similar losses.
At tho Church of Notro Dame,
Bruges, a watchman perambulates the
church at night accompanied by n dog.
A similar course Is adopted at the
Cathedral of SL Saviour und other
Quality brings the business.
Try to get rich quick to-day, then
hunt a Job to-morrow.
1MI.KR CIIKEII IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OlNTMKNT in gimrantr.sl to rure #nr raw*
of lirhin#. IMInd. Weeding or I'rotrudtntf Plica In
6lo 14 day* i.r money refunded.
Every misfortune can bo subdued
ALCOHOL—3 PER CENT
AVfetfetabk Preparation for As-
tmg the S lomat hs ahd Bowels of
ness ami Rest Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral
Not Marc otic.
f/xtp, o/'OU OrSA.fl Hi /YTV/fSR,
J\trry>h. i S*4 J -
dlx S* nm •
/ktAtUs S-tfls •
Hrminl - \
"vital* Sn(o •
hi rn Srtd -
A perfect Remedy forConsiipa-
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
ness and Loss of Sleep •
FocSimik: Signature of
The Centaur Company,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind ¥cu Havo
At 6 month* old
35 D ostls J3 C e vrs
uranteed under the Foodaj
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
TM■ OCNTMJ* OOHMNT, HKW VOU* «ITV.
Cauliflower, $900 m km
This Is What is Being Don© on South
Mri. Wlntlow*# Booth lng Hyrop.
ting. Boficun the ifunit, reduces In-
iiukuou.allajra jwJa.iuro* !o4 colic. 25c a bottlo.
for rhiuirea teettiti
It Is tip to the deutal student to tako
Dr. Cha9. F. Simmons Has Cut Up His Ranch of 95,000 Acres and
Selling Truck and Fruit Farms ol From 10 Acres to 640 Acres
(Including Two Town Lots) For S210. Payable
$10 a Month Without Interest.
Try It Once.
There Is more actual mlnery and
lend real danger In a case of Itching*
Bkln disease than any other aliment.
Hunt's euro Is manufactured espe-
cially for these cases. It relieves In-
stantly and cures promptly. Absolute-
Of course men arc not vain, hut Just
toll a man of 50 that he doesn't look
a day over 30 and watch tho effect.
WHAT CACHES IIF.ADAt'HK.
From October to May, Cold* urt1 the* niont fre«
quenlenu«eof Headache. LAXATIVE BHOMO
QUININE remoreacaUHc. K W.Uroveon box25c
There is nothing 111 Bald that is not
THE MEN TOO KNOW
are the men who have
put them to the hard-
est tests in the rough-
Get the original
Tower's Fish Brand
mode since 1636
CA>„icc r#tc re* rur Asx/.va
The TTon. Joseph Daily, of Chillicothe, 111., who own* thousands of arr««
in tho Illinois Corn ilelt, says:
"I am one of the heaviest taxpayer* nn farm land* in Mason and Tize*
well Counties, lllinoi*, and I have lieeii familiar with the condition* around
Hun Antonia for 12 year*. Any thrifty farmer ran pet rich, and make moro
money off of this efienp land, acre for acre, than any land in the State of
Illinois, that sella from $150 to $225 per acrc."
investigate this before the land Is all sold. For full particulars and beautiful
views of the ranch, write
DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
_ / SHOES AT ALL
1^5* PRICES, FOR EVERY
"^MEMBER OFTME FAMILY,
MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
W. L. DouplmQ inMkea and m//c moro
mor.'z 92.61J, $3.00 r>U fiX.SOnttooa ****
than any fthor manufacturer In tho
world, booaumo thmy hold their
ahapo, tit bettor, woar longor. a.io
-i". arc or groat or value than any other mxj-
fWO ahoox in tho world to-day. sSriX
W. L. Douglas $4 and S5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Any Price
-• « « • rmtttO an<! pri^ H <ni NiPom. r*''
Rol«l hv tlir t ert iho« dfalrra wrywheru.
t: fitrd Oauiok' f n-c to any addtcM.
Nnh«! i; ill*
tthoM UMUW< from fu' t«-ry to any part of :.«• worM lliu*
\V. JL. HOt €<tl«AN, Ilrm Uion, Aim*.
MULE TEAM BORAX
by ftoftenlnd the nalcr. clean* the «kln thormtfflilv( removes
odor of pertplrallon and reudrrs the *klu *ufl and velvety.
Simple, lloohlct it ml I'urlor Card (tutue "WlilZ," lUc. 1 'a< itlc C« ust Horax Co., CL'tatfo, J1JL
V/. N. U., DALLAS, NO. 9, 1908.
Is most painful.
What's good ?
Gives Instant relief.
Removes the twinges.
USE IT, THEN YOU'LL KNOW
for vwrnvvr nittfi distemper
AND AH. NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
Cure* tho ni« k and art « hm a prerentlve for other*. Liquid on
the totiffii**. huff for hro<Ml innr«aH and all other*. UcnI khlney remedy ; U)
centM and tl ft) a tiOttle ; tb.00 and (10.00 the do/en. Kohl by nil «lru^/; -(n
nnd hor«.c j?oo<lrt hoHHPH, or Kent express paid, by the manufneturer*.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemist., GOSHEN, INDIANA
CROSS FEVER &
a sur« nnd immediate relief lor Headache. Neuralgia, Cold in the Head, Sleeplessness,
Nervousness and all kinds of Pains in the Head II your druggist does not keep them in
slock, send us 25c and wo will mail you a box. or - end us ic postage stamp for a sampla
Powder, l'repared only by JOHN sCHAAP & SONS DRUG CO., I t. Smith, Ark.
TEXAS THE PLACE
TEXAS i tho Stntc for the llnniesecker. Fertile Lands, Diver itied
Crops, Farming all the yi-.ir. Health, Climate, Schools and Churches. Tho San
Antonio and Aransas Pass Kv traverses the be t portion. Send a cent stamp fi r
Folder and Information. GEO. F. I.UPTON, (J. P. A., Son Antonio, IVxas.
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