jrether one cup of lard i
c»p of sugar, sidd a gn
oJ salt, one cup of it.
which dlsriolvc one tcasiui
.1 te.-uipoonful of vanilla.
rrcarn t0 .j
md one half i
M pinch |
ittermlll;, In |
mi ni 67 so la |
ami Hour 11 ;
e In a n tie'; i
nua t of fc* i
TOMATO SOIH’- Oni
t.atccK. one pint of ht
onion, oho tob’esponnfti 5
■fablenroonfii! r.f . S
m :> amrll bay It a .
ILe taste. Coo*. , ’o.wly
n colander and thicken
4»«nifu) of butter. melted ard well
msed with two tAblcspoonf-ilr of flour.
A port of this Amice may be wed to
sr.rte with mrut, or pour It'mc jOiU
«d macaroni, cover Ihe top of tt:e
<jj«h wlia breadcrumbs. dotted with
4*h» of butter, and babe. To ibe re-
iMJUlMie.* add a pinch of coda. then
veur In warm milk slowly, sir. ring all
ttc while to prevent curdling. Should
It curdle, five a few whisks with the
eg; beater. Serve with oyster cracl'
CAKAM OK CELERY SOUP—Wash,
and cut In small pieces one or
tno stalks of ccle:y, add one white
woion, peeled and sliced, a half tea-
spoonful of salt, and one fourth tea-
spoonful of white peuper. Cook until
soft, put tbrouRh a strainer, add a
sin* of milk, one tuhlrtpoonfj1 each
of butter and contsi&rch. and servo
fco*. 1 hope all the homemaker.; serve
•outs. Trey arc economical and ap-
OlDTASlilONKD GINGER CAKKS j
Melt one cup of hatter in two cups ■
e! molasses. po;rr If hot upon one
mart of flour, dis>.»l.v one teaspoonful j
sf redn In a little hot water and add !
»o the other Inrredlents, then »ut in-
ewutrgh Tour to enable you to rollJ
ike tlouth out neat I... Make It ihln.!
in rounds and ba te q;lcV|>. These '
o.kf» ire c*lsp and de'lcio’.H.
PTrAMRl) HR A HAM PUDDING •
**» two CUPS of Graham dour well j
fth • re ■ir.lf IcatronuM ef . t, two
(r^s)oonfuls of baton; powder. and
fourth tcai-poonful rath of elntia-
nou. cloves, and nutmeg. Add one
cwji of milk, one half cup of molasses
m which dissolve one hilf teaspoonful
o* fOdr one eup of rhop.*>ed nuttreat*.
• •d tire same of re Ulus. seeded light-
»y (hopped and d-cdgrU with tlotrr.
i^ree heurs in a well greased
rnd serve with lemon or anv
wm'VTrd liquid saw.*#.
OR/MGR MARMALADE—Tube on
• • . one ij *■
Nat If. and after boiling the fruit for
about two hours add to it :’•)«. hot
sugar, boll slowly about an hour lon
ger. or until it jellies, and put In
Jelly tumblers. This receipt makes
nearly three quarts of extra alee
marmalade, and is not expensive. Try
IN TAKING OFF THE PATTERNS
LAV A PIECE OF IMPRE8SI0N
PAPER UPON THE MATERIAL,
PLACE THE NEW8PAPCR PAT
TERN OVER THIS~ND WlTt^ A
PENCIL DRAW FIRM
IF THE MA-
IT MAY EE LAID
:rn and drawn
IL, At IT WILL
THE STEM STITCH.
Stem stleh may be embroidered ou
the machine as well as by hand. Here
It. the method followed:
Sew with rather a short stitch along j
the Stamped lines. Re sure to follow
pattern directly. Then thread a nee- 1
die with embroidery silk and pass the
nmplle and thread, eye first, under 1
each stitch. Keep on the
St the material. If it
cord that Is obtained In much quicker
time than by hand embroidery, and is,
besidea. quite a* effective.
A CURTAIN HINT. S
When ready to uae abake out the
chalk lightly without atretebing the
curtain and It will be as clean as
VYallach.an embroidery is de-
»edl> popular, as it la very easy
to do and'most effective. A pattern
Tor a dolly and two designs ‘for the
back of ,belta are given today. The
scallops in the dolly should first be
well padded, and then closely button-
though washed. Many housekeepers holed. T;:e . buttonhole • stitch froma
put their curtains away In French ’ the largest part of this work. Each
f'haU between peasona and find them leaf und dot U started at the lower
If lace or net ^curtains are not too clean w^ien ready for use <
iu<h tolled they can be nicely fresh- L
more part, and the stitch slanted slightly
w TRY THE WANT ADS
upward, the purled <>- buttonholed
port bolus brought to tbo outer edge.
Vue .freight lines, end, In one of tbo
patterns the purred lines ere
Online stitch. Mercerized
20 In urblte or colored
rbould be used for the embroidery.
’ . SARAH HAI.E HUNTER.
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DOILY AND BELT PATTERNS
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