The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 15, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LAMPASAS DAILY LEADER
S0R/1E CHERRY RECIPES
WHISTLE AS BUSINESS CALL
DELICACIES WITH THIS FRUIT
AS A FOUNDATION.
Flavor Is Improved by Cooking—Ex
cellent Served With Tapioca—
Candied Cherries One of the
Finest of Confections.
Cherries are among the fruits that
wre much improved by cooking.
Somehow they lose none ol their
freshness, and are rendered much
juicier and more toothsome by slight
cooking. Here are some recipes that
make use of them:
Cherry Tapioca.—To make a deli-
cious cherry pudding soak one small
cupful of tapioca in water over night.
In the morning add a pinch of salt
and cook until clear. Then add but-
ter the size of an egg, and one cupful
of stoned cherries (the sour cherries
are preferrable). Add to this a half
cupful of cherry wine or a little lemon
Juice and sugar to taste. Flavor with
vanilla, and bake until bubbles ap-
pear on the top. Serve very cold with
Cherry Pie.—Line a pie plate with
rich pastry. Stone the cherries and
fill the pie dish. Then pour over
them four tablespoonfuls of molasses
and dust over all one tablespoonful of
flour. Put on an upper crust and bake
one-half hour in a moderate oven.
When cool dust the top with a gen-
erous sprinkling of powdered sugar.
Candied Cherries.—To make a deli-
cious confection, wash, stem and pit
one pound of large, firm cherries, put-
ting a pound of sugar to one pound
of the fruit. Boil the juice and the
sugar to a very thick sirup. Put the
cherries in this sirup and let them
simmer—not boil—for ten minutes.
Then set them away in the sirup until
the next day. Then take the cherries
out of the sirup and put them in a
deep dish. Let the sirup boil up once
and pour over the cherries. This
operation should be repeated for three
mornings. On the fourth morning boll
the sirup almost to the thickness of
candy, dip the cherries in it and let
them get thoroughly coated, then
place them separately on flat dishes
Cherry Cordial.—Very ripe cherries
make the best cordial. Bruise the
fruit and mash through a colander,
sweeten to taste and boil for ten min-
utes and then strain. Boil again un-
til perfectly clear, skimming off occa-
sionally. To every quart of the cherry
juice add one gill of pure brandy.
Seal the bottles tightly and keep ia
a cool dark place until ready to use.
Germany Cherry Pie.—Make a cher-
ry pie as usual, but omit the upper
crust. When almost done, beat one
egg until very light, and add to it one
scant half cupful of rich cream. Pour
this mixture over the top of the pie.
Put the pie back in the oven and
bake until the custard is set.
Cherry Salad.—Here is a delightful
recipe that calls for fresh cherries.
For a course in a warm-weather
luncheon it is very good. Either the
large white or the rfed cherries may
be used, and it is most effective to
mix the two colors. The fruit should
be stoned without breaking the fruit,
and in the place of each stone is
placed a nut meat. Hazel nuts are
the easiest to use, but any sort will
do. The cherries should then be
spread on lettuce leaves and used, or
they may be stewed with sugar, water
and a little lemon juice.
j Blind Newspaper Seller Has Educated
His Patrons to Wait for and
Recognize the Sound.
There is a totally blind man in Wor-
cester, England, who has adopted a
novel method of disposing of local
newspapers. He walks up and down
the various roads continuously blow-
ing a whistle, which gives a distinc-
tive sound. Residents, on hearing the
whistle, send their children to pur-
chase a paper from “Blind Charlie," as
he is familiarly called. His name Is
Gardner, and he has been blind since
He knows his papers by "feel,” and
is quite competent with change. One
day someone knowing or unknowing-
ly tried to palm off a bad sixpense on
him, but “Blind Charlie” was not “hav-
ing any,” as people say.
In a very real sense this man may
be said to whistle for his living.
Southern Batter Bread.
This is a formula for the batter
bread that southerners like so well.
To one pint boiled milk and a tea-
spoonful lard in the hot milk, add a
scant half pint of cornmeal, stirred in
while hot, one teaspoon baking pow-
der, half teaspoon salt, two eggs un-
beaten. Mix well and bake in moder-
ate oven a half hour. Serve very hot
Beef Heart With Rice.
Select a fresh beef heart, and after
cleansing and cutting away the tough
parts, boil until tender in salted wa-
.ter. With a sharp knife cut in small
cubes and put these in an agateware
saucepan with an onion and half a
green sweet pepper minced fine. When
these have boiled until tender, fry
some small bits of bacon or salt pork
In a saucepan, and add the beef heart.
Have ready a platter of nicely boiled
rice. Arrange the beef heart around
the dish as a border and sprinkle with
paprika before serving.
Add one cupful of sour cherries to
each two cupfuls of pieplant, two cup-
fuls sugar, one-half cupful water and
let boil up pnce. Serve cold. Or one
may use gooseberries instead of cher-
ries with the pieplant. Save sugar
by adding to rhubarb after boiling.
Before Using Beeswax.
When you use beeswax for polishing
furniture or floors always warm it be-
fore using. The result is much saving
of labor and a more brilliant glosg
Insured Against Loss.
No one ever doubts the curative
powers of Hanford’s Balsam after
once using it for external ailments on
man or beast. Countless unsolicited
testimonials from users of this valu-
able remedy show what it has done
for them, and the manufacturer’s guar-
antee insures your satisfaction or the
return of your money. Adv.
H. G. Wells on America.
I came to America balancing be-
tween hope and spekticism. The Eu-
ropean world is full of the criticism
of America; and, for the matter of
that, America, too, is full of it; hos-
tility and depreciation prevail—over-
much; for, in spite of rawness and ve-
hemence and a scum of blatant, oh!
quite asinine folly, the United States of
America remains the greatest country
in the world and the living hope of
mankind. It is the supreme break with
the old tradition; it is the freshest
and most valiant beginning that has
ever been made in human life.—From
“The Passionate Friends.”
A Glasgow merchant widely known
for his stinginess, came into his- office
one morning and found a young clerk
writing a letter in rather a flourishing
hand. “My man,” he observed, "dinna
mak’ the tails o’ yer gs and ys quite
so long. I want the ink to last the
To cool burns use Hanford’s Balsam.
Preferring His Suit.
Cynthia—Oh, Tom, think of coming
to ask papa’s consent in such shabby
Tom—That’s all right—I had one
BUMPS ITCHED ON BODY
Route No. 3, Cooper, Texas.—"I was
taken with an itching and my whole
body got covered with little red
bumps. It would itch till I would
scratch the blood out of my skin and
then it was just like fire. I could not
sleep at night until I got Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. I would bathe in
warm water with Cuticura Soap and
then put on the Cuticura Ointment
and I got well quick. Two weeks
from the time I commenced to use
Cuticura Soap and Ointment I was
sound and well and I have not been
“My baby had a breaking out on his
ear and behind it and he would claw
the skin off. It spread and his little
ear was nearly rotted off. I washed it
good with the Cuticura Soap and then
put on the Cuticura Ointment and
they healed it up.” (Signed) Mrs.
Mary Boles, Jan. 28, 1914.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free,with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-
card “Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston.”—Adv.
One way of saving money is to lend
a man five dollars when he strikes you
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won’t Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long- standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter’s Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the same time. Z5c, 50c, $1.00.
Unless we are willing to admit our
ignorance we can never acquire knowl-
How To Give Quinine To Children
FEBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
Improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas-
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur-
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
name FEBRILINE is blown in bottle, as cents.
Many a man's self-conceit Is due to
AN INACTIVE LIVER
«« the cause of nine-tenths of all Sickness.
ONE BOND’S Liver Pill at bedtime will
stimulate your liver and make it perform
its duty naturally. DON’T TAKE CALO-
MEL; BOND’S PILLS are better. They
CURE HEADACHES, BILIOUSNESS,
CONSTIPATION, DIZZINESS, PIM-
PLES, etc. ONE little pill at bedtime, is
the dose. All dealers 25 cts. Adv.
Fame, Not Money.
“I want to use a man for $20,000 for
breach of promise,” said the chorus
“All right," said the lawyer.
“I want to assure you that it is not
the money I’m after.”
“I understand. Mainly the noto-
Europe always did have an unpar-
alleled display of ruins to exhibit.
We know of no liniment that equals
Hanford’s Balsam in its healing prop-
Experience would fail as a teacher
in a correspondence school.
What a jolly old world this would bo
if everybody practiced what he
Keep Hanford’s Balsam in the sta-
Not Unnatural Query.
Tommy—I’ve a question for you,
Papa—Well, what is It, Tummy?
Tommy—I saw a horse today that
a man said was piebald. Did he get
that way from eating pie?
FROM ECZEMA AND RINGWORM
You can obtain Instant relief by us-
ing Tetterine, also the best remedy
known for Chafes. Bites of Insects,
Tetter, Itching Piles, Burns. Chilblains,
old Itching Sores, etc. Because you
have spent hundreds of dollars and ex-
perienced no relief for your itching
skin troubles, besides devoting a great
deal of energy scratching and pawing
at the plague spot until the blood is-
sued forth, don’t despair, Nature wisely
provides a remedy for every ill that
flesh Is heir to. Tetterine will cure you
permanently, positively and completely,
nothing else will.
Sold by druggists or sent by mall for 50c.
by J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. Adv.
The Kind They Have.
“My dear, what sort of firing do
they do in these war balloons?”
“I guess they have parachutes.”
Water Is Good Medicine
Many people who have weak kidneys fall
-to appreciate how much water can do for
them—but while it is good to drink water
freely, it must be pure water. In. many
sections, the lime or alkaline water starts
kidney trouble of Itself.
Doan’s Kidney Pills are amostrellablerem-
edy for weak kidneys.When backache or ur-
inary disorders first appear, take Doan’s and
be sure to assist the kidneys by drinking
plenty of pure water. Prompt treatment will
assist the danger of gravel, gout, rheumatism.
Doan’s Kidney Pills are successfully used
all over the civilized world and publicly
recommended by thousands.
A Texas Case.
pr-nr1 J: L. Magee, Mar-
r||_J_lin, Texas, says: "My
kidneys were in had
shape and there was
a swelling over my
right kidney about
the size of an egg. I
had terrible, sharp
pains through my
limbs. The doctors
didn’t relieve me,
and finally I tried
Doan’s Kidney Pills.
They rid me of the
trouble and made my
Get Doan’s at Any Store, 50e a Box
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
Your Baby’s Life
It is more to you than your own. Then why try any other
Physician prescribes itr^
Remember there is nothing injurious in CASTORIA if it bears
the signature of
Sold only in one size bottle, never in bulk, or otherwise;
tofprotect the babies.
The Centaur Company,
She Took Exceptions.
A" woman was excluded from a
church in England because she sang
like a frog and spoke the responses
In what she called the “Protestant
voice.” An English paper recalls in
connection with the Incident the
story of Elizabeth Fry, the Quakeress,
who was once “testifying,” as Quakers
allow .women^-to do, until she came
to the lines in I Corinthians where the
apostle says, “Let your women keep
silence In the churches.” She closed
the book and said in a firm, clear
voice, “On this point SL Paul and I
are at issue.”
The man who manages to keep out
of debt, out of jail and out of politics
is a little above the average.
DICKEY’S OLD RELIABLE EYE WATER
for sore eyes. Doesn’t burn or hurt. Adv.
Minorities are frequently right, es-
pecially when we happen to be in the
is no more necessary
than Smallpox. Army
experience has demonstrated
the almost miraculous effi-
cacy, and harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and
your family. It is more vital than bouse insurance.
Ask your physician, druggist, or send for “Have
you had Typhoid?” telling of Typhoid Vaccine,
results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers,
THE CUTTER LABORATORY, BERKELEY, CAL
producing vaccines • serums unde* u. s. gov. license
W. N. U., DALLAS, NO. 36-1914.
CURES HEADACHES AND COLDS
—Easy To Take—Quick Relief.—Adv.
A wealthy young California woman
says: “The man I would marry doesn’t
live.” This shouldn’t mean, however,
that she will wed what is known in
the vocabulary of the street as a dead
Gave Him the Laugh.
“Haven’t I seen you since we left
college? I hope fortune has Bmlled
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Vernor, J. E. The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 15, 1914, newspaper, September 15, 1914; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth897637/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.