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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

I d mmm : • -r;v MM"; ',"T flhutmiions Ly Uc AUyd, FKED051C TllOBNBtJRGB is 8YN0PSI8. At the beginning ot great automobile face the mechanician ot the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and Is ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a stranger, Miss Carlisle, who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Stan- ton Is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track wick, but makes race. They have acci- dent. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of his twin sister, Jessica. Stanton becomes very 111 and loses consciousness. On recovery, at his hotel Stanton receives Invitatio...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

•4an "" FSI5 c - '-III X* • ~Y : r ANNO VjYCEMENTS We are authoiued to announce the following candidates ft* State Scnalo' to succeed Horace W. Voiighan, resittueA1 Special election July 19, 1918. i'or State Senator, 1st Senatorial Dist.— T. D. ROWfttJ, Jefferson, Marion Coiinty, Texas. A. C. OLIVER, SR. Douglossville, Cass Co., Texas. C. A. WHEELER, Texarkana, Bowie Co., Texas. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Cheese at Sam Font's. J. T. Carrel!, of Shiloh commu- nity, was in Liftden yesterday. Lemons at Siim Fanta. Tube paints, all colors at the Cabin Drug Store. Mr. E. W. Fant, of Lanier, was in town Saturday. Solo Rice in packages, free l'rom dust at K Wynn's. Blisters on the hands, burns, scalds, old sores, larne back and rheumatism are all subject to the great healing and pen- etrating power of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It is a marvelous pain re- lief. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by the Cabin Drug jtore. Ilerschel Sheffield is visiting: out at Mr. Ben Barbee's a few j days this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

K, $1 Ifv"";. * ' ' ■ •«;vsHSI: JS ■ 1® SR SSI mSv^W: mw-im ^FllliSSi ■ UP-TO-DATE METHODS Modem Garden Implements Save Much Hard Work. (Frequent Stirring of the Soli. Does Much Toward Keeping Plants Growing—Wheel Tools Do Much Good In Pulverizing. CBy BESSIE L. PUTNAM.) We recently passed a place where tnarket gardening Is being carried on for the first time. There were acres of vegetables of various sorts and quite a force of men, women and chil- dren at work. Hut the surprising part of the thing was that it was all hand labor! Per- tiaps earlier In the season the one- mm Modern Potato Sprayer. Aorse cultivator was used; but the plants had got past this stage, and in many places the same could be said •f the weeds. There were long rows of onions freshly and laboriously hand-weeded, ■while many other rows were waiting their turn and in one place a plot sev- or\i rows wide was evidently aban- doned to the weeds. A good wheel hoe and half the la- bor would have kept the lot in perfec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

m 0* == si- - ■ '■■•■ar ■ V v'' ;;■ -' TP* RECIPES WITH MERIT fCOLLECTION OP DI8HE8 WORTH RECOMMENDING. HHnejjared Cherries Serve As One of the Beet of Rellehee—Salmon Chowder Luncheon Far* For the Hot Weather. ! Vlnegared Cherrlea.—One quart ot tin ore stoned cherries, sugar and Tin- '•gar. Cover cherries with vlnegei •and let remain 24 hours. Drain oil itbe vinegar and to every cup cherrlea add a cup of granulated sugar. Stli the mixture dally until sugar is dls isolved. Lay away in covered ston< icrock and use as a relish, Salmon Chowder.—Three medium- /sired potatoes, % can tomatoes, V4 can salmon, one onion, one heaping tablespoon salt, dash pepper, chopped ^parsley, one tablespoon butter. Dlc« and parboil potatoes. Add tomatoei and chopped onion and cook 6 min- utes. Add salmon flaked In pieces, •seasoning and butter, and enough milk to make the chowder. Serve Tery hot with crackers. Good Boston Drown Dread.—One cup corn meal, one cup Graham flour, one cup rye flour, % tabl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 June 1913

V-'" '■" " •', -'-V ■ '> . .v •;• •c'T'CAi S m I'.-. '. I f ■ 1 Li.'.." L. C. WEAVER, president, C. E. PAVIS, Istv-prbs. S. E. GEORGE, trbasursr WESLEY MORSE, 2ND V-prss The Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co* Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texae LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of Cass and Marion County oil fields. Invest $22.50 in a Homo Development proposition. - • - * * • - A Lot and Co-Operative Contract shares in all of their developments. write for information- "1 LINDEN TRANSFER CO. IilVEt^Y flflD FEED STflBLiE. WE HANDLE BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. tttfl - ^T n k % t® ¥ I 1 CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors Statistics of our Dairying In- dustry. The Federal Census Bureau has Just announced reports by Counties on dairy products. The annual milk production of Cass couuty is 1,568,775 Gallons and 014,927 pounds of butter is made annually. The reports show 8109 dairy cows in the county that have au aggregate va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

m lie 9 ■f'dAi J H4NCtGR & ERtVlii, F'ttKH^ori. } - A I^aper Devoted tn tUte best Iiitdr'ests of tho !PeopleL ^ •{ Subscript*©*;-*! W>J VOL. 88. LINITBH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1918, mom. A GOOD BANK BALANCE The_ PBRS SOMETHING to be proud-of. It may be the result of years of persist- ent saving d,nd wdttomii- ing; but tHe RfcstiLT al- ways more than justifies the effort. mmut ot io,oao. Siiloniki, Jiily 10.—Tile .Aus- trian consul fully confirms the sacking df Sefres by Bulgarians. A frightful stdry came from ■ Doiratt today In a written de- claration by Mussulmatis \tiiich was countersigned by three Bul- garian priests ttf Doiran that the Bulgarian troops has massacred thirty .thousand Mussulmans tvho sought . refuge there froril the surrounding country. Dol- man is forty miles from here. REX BEACH'S Roaring Western Comedy GOING SOME A Capital Story by a Most Popular Author li Gives Prestige and Standing among your fellow men, inspires confidence in yourself and your nbil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

Quaes. And wlutf do you do at Om ho frltair "I am an Interna." "Ob, you have charge of the lata* nal dlaordera, ehT" ■ ■ ■ ■ e poaioirice rec e month of June total $81,790,8T, mpared with $61,310.34, for the same onth -in 1912. An increase of $20, 440.53, or 33 1-3 per cent ItliiMiaHHiifltBBiLLiSwB DOME8TIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- ING* SERVED UP IN AT« TRACTIVE STYLE. lilNDEN. Hutohina recently voted $10,000 bonds for the erection of a new school bouse and a 15 cent tax for the sup- port of the school. ✓ • • • IMMEDIATE STRIKE ON EASTERN RAILROADS PREVENTED BY ACTION ON CONGRES8 m WILSON IS TO NAME BOARD Both Houses Rush Through Leglsla tion D«cided Upon at Recent White House Conference. Washington.—Congress has put the finishing touches on President Wilson's great work of preventing one of the most extensive and most serious rail- road strikes in the recent history of the country when both houses ruBhed through the legislation providing ac- ceptable machinery for the arbitration of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

rwr 'yr.-.t ..$Ur?'-r r frfMi'i :&•••,; H M'MKnM ' '1: -' \ i 'S31 w$hok MRP ,-• Rwr^^'1 ". "■' . H< ■ : / hi . y 1 I COUNTY. SUN *. 15. A. BANOICU W. Iu KltWIN BANGER & EH WIN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TI1KCAS8 COUNTY SUN published every 'J'uosdny, Id entered At the Ltiiduu poutolUco Hs 8ucomi;cia«a matter. katlls of subscription: Single copy jier year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers Sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose il. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents pci line Push, Progress and Prosperity. When Whitney undertook the task of making tlie cotton gin, people were heard to nay: "lie will never do it!" The Monger, Murray and other large gin sys- tems all over the Southland, are living monuments to the fact that the "dreamer" hud the cor- rect idea when he conceised a plan to separate the lint from the cotton seed by a mechanical device. •Archimedes, Socrates, Frank- lin and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

<pm ateaiffSl ssi^M " *-'. :■ &■ * ■• .. ; U JT £LEANOR M ing: ofl^a d ■ Zra FhmS Merctvra etc. I i ■ Oustmt™^ rarac TUQRNBURGD ^pr «0^J|>.f1|1' Omwa SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile i At ins oeginning 01 gr rao the mechanician or the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and Is ac- cepted. In the rest during the twenty- four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Miss Carlisle, who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which ho Ig- nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle •follow in auto. Accident by which Stan- ton Is hurt Is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan- ton ttgntn meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes t i track sick, but makes race. They have acci- dent. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of his twin ulster, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

I (4 | \ LAI II] v sb ■Vif 1 ffsa LOCAL OKF " Lemons at Bam Fanta. If you delight in good coffee try that handled by K. Wyun. S. II. Vance transacted busi- ness in Queen City last week. Tube paints, till colors at the (JabiD Drug Store. If you belch up a bitter tasting liquid it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose or two of HERBINEwHl correct the dis- order. It stimulates digestion and puri- fies the bowels. Priec 50c. Sold by the ■Cabin Drug Store. Dr. 0. L. Smith, of lvildare, was in the city Saturday, Chops?, Oat8, Bran and Shorts at Murott <fc Faut'9. Fancy full head rice at K. Wynn's. Jack Drexel is on a visit to Dallas. Home liaised Ribbon Cane! Syrup ut Marett & Fant. H. Sheffields. J. C. Cromer and daughi er M iss Docio, of Mill Creek, wore in town last Thursday. "Maiden Blush" pure apple vinegar and a fine assortmedt of cakes at K. Wynn's. Call and inspect the "Arrow" the popolar collar, 2 for 25c. T. M. Cochran &. Sons. Mrs J. G. YVeatherall, of Atlan- ta, is vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

y ■f! FOLEY KIDNEY PUIS RICH IN CURATIVB QUALITIES FOR BAOKAOHK, RHEUMATISM. KIONKYS AND BLADDER HAIR BAL.8 lot let preparation of m«rtt tip* to eradicate dandruff. DMUlr to Gray or Faded Hair IIt.oiat Dnunrleta, Mo. and tl. to. •hh lie of t mad I," got i Here, the ta. t«lepht > I c * t 4 I Backache Is aWarning Thousand* suffer kidney ills unawares knowing that the backache, head- aches.and dull.nerv- ous. dizsy, all tired condition are often due to kidney weak- ness alone. Anybody who suf- fers constantly from Mckacbe should sus- pect the kidneys. Some irregularity of the secretions may give just the needed proof. Doan's Kidney Pills have been cur- ing backache and sick kidneys for over fifty years. A North Dakota Cu« Mr*. 0. J. Trier. Cumin, N. I>„ Barn: "My feet and llmbe were strollgn and 1 oouldn't sloop on aocountof kidney weakuean. Mr back wun lame and mire und I felt mlHerable. Doan'n Kidney Pill* ottred ine and when t'liave had oocaslon to tue Ihom since, tbey Irnre n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

——I sr ' s%*np," .. m • VW ./IT,,' • . Did EASY TO DINE WELI (SIMPLE MENU 8UPERIOR T' MEAL OF MANY COUR8E8. Constii •Fewer and Better Cooked Dlehee Wll Pleaee the Family and Aleo Da Away With Much Hard Work In the Kitchen. To dine well means to the famll of modeet means to dine simply. Tb fewer the dishes the better the chano of their being well cooked. Man courses require trained Bervlce, and « more serious matter still, strain tt domestic machine to the breakln point with the endles wlshwashin they involve. Your true gourmet pri fera to feast delicately on fewer dish es rather than confuse his palat. with many flavors. If this is th/ attitude of your alimentary con noisseur, why not take the exampl to heart when It means the ellmln* tlon of endless work and the mark* betterment of food and service? The recipe accompanying this 8rt cle is for a French fricassee that lie beeu handed down from mother f daughter In an old Huguenot famll for six generations. Follow it cart fully and yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 July 1913

tyS";>J ML' ■ , •. .''r ' ■P§ ^ ... .... ... ^ ^ $v M i: §|pg •:.f j i ! I I I m ■j; fc: ■ MP t. C. W^AV^R, Mia ID8NT, C. £. DAVIS, ltT v-rMs. ' > S. E. G80I WESLEY MOR SB, 2nd V-WWW Tfie Caddo Co-Operative Oil & Gas Co. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Texas. ,*£■ f LINDEN, TEXAS Invite you to co-operate with them in the development of Cass and Marion County-oilfields. Invest $22.50 in a ; Home Development proposition. . A Lot*and Co-Operative Contract shares * in all of their developments. WRITE FOE INFORMATION. > I 1 LINDEN TRANSFER CO. LIVERY AND FEED STABLE. WE HANDLE * BRICK, LIME AND SHINGLES. w Sunday ekkWith August 28-30, A 913. jm kssodatioh to Be irch, PIRECTOR't CABIN DRUG STORE GEORGE & BARTLETT, Proprietors «• Everything in the Drug Line. Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars. Tn fact, most everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. We are Here to Please 10:00 a. m. 10:80 a. m. 11:30 a. m. 12:00 m. 1:30 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

. ,' ■ in r iLW ".i - *, jo'i rl pp ftSS BiKGEB & ERWIN, Publishers. > A Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. < Snfcscrlptton, ?« Aia*tfn*« ' VOL.38. f >' " . j'llglW^V^r r- LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AtJGtJST 6, i&13. $f6. Si. Small Beginnings Make Big Endings 1 «■' i—imjuiiin Learn to save the nickles and dimes. The Dollars will care for themselves. The most difficult part in starting an account is the begin- ning SAVE THE CENTS IN YOUTH, REAP DOLLARS IN OLD AGE This is the story of the person who begins early to ac- cumulate. Start an account today. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK UNDEN, TEXAS The Situation in Texas. Many of our Texas papers are overlooking the opportunity of the season when they indulge so much speculation regarding the campaign of 1914. Why worry about that? It will trouble us nil soon enough and we will weary of it long before It is over, unless all indications are mis- leading. Really there is plenty to think about and talk about besides St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

1 H =3= ,'^V." ygf -, K1 • -i : v ■■* SUN ' * Erwin, Editors and Prop*. tl'NDEN. .... TEXAS I \m ENDOWMENT DIVISION FAVORED DY FARMERS CONORE3S DECLARES FOR GIVING A. A M. HALF OF UNIVERSITY LANDS AND MONEY. NEW ATTENDANCE RECORD Divorce of Two State Institutions Is Demands by Unanimous Vote at Night Session. College Station, Tex.—Fifteen hun- dred Texas farmers, jamming Sbisa hall almost to the suffocation point, Tuesday night gave their enthusiastic approval to every plan advanced to build up and strengthen A. & M. Col- lege of Brazos county. Unanimously they adopted resolutions calling for the absolute divorce of A. & M. Col- lege from the University of Texas, cheering uproariously as result of the vote as announced. With equal una- nimity they passed resolutions calling for. the apportionment to A. & M. Col- lege of one-half of the university en- dowment funds and university lands. Then after a heated debate, in which the leaders of the congress crossed swords throug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

¥■ *wi tmm: ADOMANCE ex BESCH 50OTE3TED BY THE PLAY BIT WU1 ARMSTRONG 1910 BY HARFFR IT BROTHERS COPYRIGHT p^fi -V f I '.jjjp:'\S ■lw-'1 i (Bf '--v.' . f a . [ I - CHAPTER I. OUR cowboys Inclined their bodies over the barbed-wire fence which marked the di- viding line between the Cen- tipede Ranch and their own. staring mournfully Into a •summer night such as only the far southwestern coun- try knows. And as the four Inclined their bodies, they Inclined also their ears, after ihe •trained mariner of listeners who feel anguish at what they hear. A voice, shrill and human, pierced the night like a needle, then, with a •wall or a tortured soul, died away *inid discordant raspings: the voice of a phonograph. It was their own, nr had b.een until one over-confident day, when the Flying Heart Ranch hail staked it as a wager In a foot- race with the neighboring Centi- Iiode, and their own man had been too alow. Ah it had been their pride, it remained their disgrace. Dearly had they loved, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

I"' i •, . jK& L'Y SUN m i \ ~ J. E. A. BANQKR VV. L. ERWIN BANGER & ERW'IN, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THE CASS COUNTY SUN poblUhetl every Tuesday, 1b entered at tho Llndou poetoffl'je on SecouU.CJaaa matter. Rates of subscription: BinglS vepy pe^ygar. . i—i—i -— J J A Bit of Family History. * The writer hereof is the grand- son of Samuel Fanty who moved from Stratford county, Virginia, to rairlield comity, ftoutli Caro- lina in the A. D. 1792, bringing" with hiai the following named children, six eons and one daugh- ter as follows: Sonaj Abner, George, William, Jesse and l^ove 50cents'My father was James It. Fant, --- BEJBHBHB ' ■■ ' an wjummBtoSfoi ' «!■! " six months ' No papers sent out without the cash who wafl boi'tl in Stvatfold COU1I- 1n advance; paper stopped when time is ^ Virginia, April 12,A. D. 1-787. "lit, or we lose it. | qU(J uncje naniei] John stayed in Obituary notices and cards of thanks ^ ilVjinift. will be i"'"'"'1 ' ' , iwri'anft-a-hTlT cents WE For tlie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

.VSSSx, Gaagr, :n:; #"(V j £ *•£8 'V >.« 8JS; icOtfZ INTElLW&mE Lemons at Sam Faots. §,/ m * . : ° >: 'rii'O . ■,; |' € 55 ,■'. : Miss Oleau Cox, of Van Alstine, is visiting relatives hero Tube points, all colors at the OaSio Drug Storo. Fivo pounds roasted coffee fur JTrtAfa. "Vi- Born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hammock a girl on the 29th ult. a W- Beaeley returned from ^'Hot Springe Sunday very much improved in health. Buy your coffins, caskets nud burial suits from John S. Mor- tis. Chad Nelson and ttammio Grubbs, of Bowie Hill, visited home t'otolier§ Sunday. Calomel is Bad. But Simmons' Liver Purifier is de- lightfully, pleasant, and its action is Sallow complexion cotnes from bilious" 'thorough, Constipation yields, ftilious- impurilies in the blood and the fault lies with the liver and bowels:—theynre torpid. The medicins that gives results in such cases is HHRBINE. It is a fine liver stimulant and bowel regulator. Price 50e. Sold by Cabin Drvg Store. Cooking oil at Sam K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

WX' i & \ -J . \ i. rf- ■ ' "raiBRHraSs 4 „vSj5gii-Vnfe MOST NUTRITIOUS FOOD •UTTER'S U8E8 OUTSIDE OF COM ■INATION WITH BREAD. Should Be Preely Used as a Sessosi tag and aa a Garnishing—Various— Flavor* That May Ba Added aa Desired. The full value of butter, both aa aa appetiser, aa a nourishing article of diet, aa a seasoning and as a garnish Ing, la realised by very few cooka. Butter Is really one of the moat vala able foods In the larder. It la nol merely to spread chunklly on breed— although 'I la good enough there; 11 should I' made an Interesting part of the meals at which It Is served. In middle class French families th« real value of butter la better under stood than It la here. Every morning the butter Is left at the door. Just aa the milk is; and it is fresh, creamery butter, too, for the most part—always fresh Instead of salt. The butter Is then chilled and shaved Into wafer like strips for breakfast, to be eaten with the rolls that form the body of this meal. At lunc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 August 1913

, H 1 'sfK&'fPWRIK* " \- ■'■'■*'■-•,' '.;: ■ "■■' •'.../> ;®1' •■■■■<& 1311 ®:if B5*. ifgf ."- •' ■, v:-y #•• - lW*2*qmmm® not Swv *■ iSPFSSf* 5'Sg,! •; «/< «F' . M Wm> - ;; Iff 'V^'|f®";^.: Hi ' - WHEN PREPARING FtSH tHRU GOOD RECIPES THAT MAY BE KEPT IN MIND. With Appropriate Garnishing to On* of the Beat—Baked Cod a Unlveraal Favorite—Proper 8auce to Serve. Tront, Frlara.—Scale and clean a ki!* trout, place In a aaucepan and poor oyer It a cupful of boiling vln gar, which will have the effect ot turning the trout blue, and an equal quantity of white wine. If necessary to cover the trout add sufficient « ter to do so. Add an onion stuck with cloves, a carrot, half a bunch of ceV •T. * '®w bay leavea, a small bunch •f parsley, half a teaspoonful of pep- percorna and aalt to suit the taste, and boll over the Are for nbout 16 mlnutea, having the cover on the aaucepan. When done, remove and drain the flah, place on a folded nap- kin, apread on a dish, garnish wltb ...

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