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   News (Newspaper) - June 24, 1905, Frederick, Maryland                                FORTABLEAND Thiogi to latomt and Help RECIPE AND PRESCRIPTIONS How to Prepare Tootbwxn" Wholeewme Help tn tbe Work and ilomov Some of tbe of HoUU We aubtolt tbe following menu, whioh U prepared: Oream Xoait. Blackberry Jam. Broiled Ham. Stewed Potatoei. Kntlre wheat Moiling. Coffee. LUSCH Jellied Tonsue Salad. Lettuce. Mayonnaise Oheeve. Frnlt. Tea- DUIXBK. Tomato Bonillon. Veal Pot Pie. Plain Potatoes. String Beans. Dreamed Oarroti. Gold Slaw. Blueberry Roll. Oream. Coffee. MOfc htewJ In floe pisow. lay to with nit between the lyain. and let It stand over Bight. In tbe morning drain, from tbe liquor, tad pat in a kettle, alternating layers of tbeoabbage well mixed: Two oanoes of tamerlo, one oanoe of with the following ipia maoe. one oaooe of olovei, two ounces of celery seed, two pounds of sugar, one-halt teaoupful black pepper, two ounoni of alltpioe. one ounoe powdered ginger, four tableipoonf nls mustard, and foot onions chopped fine. Cover with vinegar and boll two honrs, after wbloh it is ready to pack tn tor winter use. MA6H1D SWEBT I'OTATOIS. The southern way of serving mashed sweei potatoes is this: Boll dry and then peel the potatoes. Math line and two tablespoonfnls melted butter, four tablespoonfnls sugar and saltspoon ot salt. If ton dry moisten wilh a little hot mtik Boat until light and p'.aoe in a round vegetable dlib, molding them in a oontoal tbape. Brush theou over with the yolk of an egg. mix with a tabietpoonfol of milk and bake in a moderate oven until a golden brown. An excellent salad to serve with duck Is mada of peanuts. Soak one cupful of the meats in olive oil for a half bonr. Drain and toss in the salad bowl with two oupf uls of finely out celery and ten or twelve potted olives. Mix with a mayonnaise dressing and serve on let- tuce leaves. Hnfftr relorntd home after pUkitol visit to her nnola, Mr. M. D. Arnold, of LnckeUi. WUlU too of Mr. W. oat bit forearm Terr one week. Be wat taken to BarkltttTllle to Or. O. N BabUdtkneobt, wfco drened the woaad. Tbn woand bled qaiie freely, bat be ii now doing nicely. driving born ot Mr. Becjimln 8. Ahalt, whloh recently wai lererely Injured by a laaft penetrating tti breait, li aboat veil Mr. was retarding borne from one dark oigbt when be wai rnu into by another noaie drlren by a Mr. Hot- Neither taw eaob other until tbe bones, which were ROlcg tn oppotlie direoitooi. collided with ibe re lull. Mr. John M. Abalt, ot OreaRen town, vtatted his father, Mr. B 8. Ahalt, lai> week. Samuel Aaiherman wai the of frlendi la London C3nnty, Va Saturday and Sunday. Rufcu O. Bmlth and three children, of Springfield, Ohio, are ex- pected to arrive here Wedoeiday ipeod the inmrner with relative! aud Mri Smith daughter of tbe late Henry and Margaret Darntr and hai been residing in Springfield ever linoe her marriage, whloh took place ten years ago lait March. This li her first visit to ner old home. HALIBUT STEAK. A LA FLAKA.NDE. Take large halibut steak an Inch and a half thick, wash and wipe It dry. Batter the bottom of roasting pan, eprlnkle It with chopped onion (about a a teaspoonfnl of lalt and bait at mnoh pepper; pnt the fish on top of this, brush it over with the yolk of an egg, sprinkle thickly with a table spoonful of ohopped onion and parsley, one half teaspoonfnl of salt and a salt- spoonful ot pepper; poor over it a tea- spoonful of lemon jolos, cover with a tablespoonfnl of batter, oat Into flop bl's and bake In a moderate oven SO minntes. Serve on a hot dish with Be ohatnel sanoe and garnish with siloes of lemon and parsley. Extra good. SINGING HINNEY. Take one quart of flour and sift with two tablespoonfnls of baking powder; rnb In one tablespoouful of lard, add one teaspoonfal of salt and one well- beaten egg. Moisten with just enough sweet milk to make Into dough (not too roll oat and bake on a greased griddle; when it is cooked on one alda tarn it over and let It oook till a pale brown on the other side. Then split It open, batter it, pat together again, oat into three cornered pieces and serve It hot. LUNCHEON' NEST. Ohop fine enough oold meat, fish or fowl, whichever yon have, to make a pint; season with a teaspoonfal of salt and quarter teaspoonfal of pepper; add half aa muoh mashed potato; mOUJcn with gravy if possible or rloh milk, mold Into egg shape; then dip in beaten roll in bread orambs and fry a delioftto brown In deep fat Fill a hot dish with enough fried potatoes lightly sprinkled with salt (siloed like straws) arranged to represent a ne t. Lay your croquette s In this and serve at onoe. EASY CSATILOTTK. To every onp of cream allow the white of one egg, half a cap ot powdered sugar aud a quarter teaspoanfnl of va ntlla extract. Keep eggs and cream lo oold. Whip them well, then add ..y sugar, daintily flavor and ponr a dish lined with pieces of sponge o or split lady lingers. Put ID a oold pake to get firm, iao, PUOFITEROLES. Into a saucepan pnt two of bntter and one-half oup boiling water. Put on the fire and when it bolls add three-fourths cup of tlonr and heat well two minutes. Remove from the fire, and when cool break into it two eggs. Beat for 10 minutes; add one quarter teaspoonspoonful of salt: make Into balls the size of a large pea; put them into a slightly-buttered pan and bako in a moderate oven 10 minutes. POTATO PANCAKES. Pare, wash and grate 12 Icrge raw potatoes, mix with one teaspoonfnl salt and the yolks of three eggs; beat the whites till very stiff, add the potatoes slowly to the whiten. Place a large frying pan with one tablespoonful of fat over the tire; as soon as hot pat small portions from the mixture witn a spoon into tbe hot fat to form cakes the size of a saucer; bake light brown on both sides; transfer them to a hot plate and serve with apple sauce or any kind of stewed fruit. Some prefer catsup with them. C17RRY EGO SAUCE (FOR FISH Brown a small sliced onion in a table spoonful of bntter; stir into it a table- spoonful of flour and a small tablespoon fnl of curry powder. Cook nntll they babble, pour upon them a half pint of milk and cook nntll smooth aud thlok. Add to them one hard boiled egg, ohopped tine, and as soon aa Ibis Is hot through stir in a fall tablespaonfal of double cream. Add salt to taste and take from the fire at onoe. To those who like the taste of carry, this sauce will prove acceptable for fish or for boiled mutton. With these, boiled rloe should be served. Worth Remembering. There are three entirely different kinds of Ingredients nsed in making the three different varieties of baking pow- ders on the market, Mineral- Acid or Alum, (a) Bone-Aold or Phos- phate, and (3) Oream of Tartar made from grapes. It is important, from the standpoint of health, lo know some- thing about these ingredients, and whloh kind Is nsed in your baking pow- der. (1) Mineral-Acid, or Alum, Is made from a kind ot clay. This is mixed with dilated oil ot vitriol and from this solution a product is obtained whloh Is alum. Alum is cheap; coats abiut two oents a pound, and baking powder made with this Mineral-Acid sells from 10 to 26o. a pound. (2) Bone Acid, or Phosphate, Is the bails of phosphate baking powders and tbe process is fully described In the pat- Ifgued to a large mannfaotnrnr of a pboipbate powder. The U 8. Patent Oltioe Report gives a full and exaot de- scription, but the following extract is enough: "Burned bonej, after being sronatl. are pnt into freshly diluted oil ot vlt riot and with continual stirring and in tbn following etc. From this Bone Aold phosphate bak- ing powders are made; suon powders sell from 20 to 80 oents aponnd. Cream or Tartar exists tn all ripo grapes, and flows with the jnioe from the press in tbe macufaotnre of wine. After the wine Is drawn off the tartar Is soraped from the cask, boiled with water, aud crystals of Oream of Tartar, white and very pure, separate and are collected. It differs in no respuot from tbe form in whloh it originally existed In tbe grape, dream of Tartar, then, while tne moit expensive, is the only Ingedient that should be used In a bak init powder to act upon the soda, as Its wholesomeuesH Is beyond question. Oream of Tartar baking powder soils at about 40 to 60 cents a p.inud. Such are the facts, and every one, careful of the health of the family, should remember this ing powders selling from 10 to L'O cents a pound are made of Mineral- Aolde; those selling from 20 to 'M oents of Bone Aold; aud those from 40 to GO cants of Oream of Tartar made from grapes. TASBYTOWS. and Mrs. Harry Fair and two sons. Paul and Wilbur, left for Balti- more on Saturday evening. Mr. Fair returned home on Monday evening, bnt Mrs. Fair and two sons expect to remain some time visiting her brothers and relatives there. funeral of Engineer John Oronse, ot Hagerstown, who was killed in the wreck on last Saturday evening on the W. M. R R. at Ransom Station and was brought here on Sunday even- ing, took place on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miltoo Orouse. The ser- vices wero beld at the house, conducted by Rev. W. E. Wheeler, pastor of the Lutheran church. The services were Krgely attended, many persons comicg from a distance to show iheir respect. Ha leaven a widow, father, mother and two Oronse, living at York, Pa and Samaei Oronse, of this place. He wan !i6 years old. The pall oearers were Oharles Smith, ot Haeers- town, a brother engineer; Jacob Bulling ton, John Reed. J N O. Smith. H B Miller ani J 8 Bower. O. O Fuss was the funeral director. Iniermeat was made lu tbe Lutheran cemetery. William Lloyd and Miss Blanche Hied, ot near Snydersbnrg, Md.. spent from Saturday until Mon day on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Miller. Mrs. Charles Smith, of D O arrived here on evening to spend some their parents, relatives CORRESPOHDBHCK, Conicnnu of Current Bvonti Oonnty Towns, In HARD TEA mscciT. Two pounds of Hour, out-quarter of a pound of batter ooe salt spoonfnl of ealt, three gills of milk; out up the but- ter, and rub it Into the flour, add the salt and milk, knead the dough for half an hour, out the cakes about as large as a small teacup and half an inch thlok, prick with fork and bake In a moderate oven until a deliberate brown. CORN 11REAU. A good rule calls for two eggs, one half cnpf al of sugar one half cap bntter, one cupful sweet milk, five tablespoon- fals corn-meal, five tableapoonfnls wheat flour, one-half teaspoon soda, one teaspoon cream tartar and a saltspoon of ealt. Beat vigoronsly and bake In a rather hot oven. GLT_TEX GEMS. Qluten gems baked in hot buttered gem pans in a hot oven for half an hour make an acceptable acoompanlmeut to the matutinal onp of coffee. To two cupfuls of the gluten allow a half tea spoonful of ealt, two teaspoonfals bak- ing powder, two tablespoonfnls sugar, one egg and two onps half milk and half water. Sift the iionr with the salt, sugar and baking powder. Beat the egg, add the milk and flour, and beat Again until light and Have the pans hissing hot when the batter is poured in. VIRGINIA CAHBAGK PICKLE. While the winter's supply of pickles In being made ready, a piokle from Virginia will be found worth the trying. Take one peck of otbbige. IATST'B. Wabash R. R. Oo. had a of masons extending the culverts near O. W. Ley's for the pnrpDse of extend- ing their sldlcg at Loys. Mrs. Jeromlah Martin has Improved her home by Riving It a coat of pilnt. The work was done by Mr Ross Favor- ite and his men. W.L. Miller and family were vis Ited by Miss Marie Chatham, Miss Cora Barriok and Miss Edith M. Miller, all of Frederick. Mrs. Qeorglanna Lohr, who has been visiting here for several days the pant week, has returned heme. Misses Grace and Mary Zimmerman, of Frederick, are spending some time with their grandmother, Mrs. Jeremiah Martin. family on W. L. Miller have been to see his father, Mr. George W. Miller, of Liswistown. who has been seriously ill for some time past. John W. Loy and Olarenoe Smith spent Tuesday evening in Oreag erstown. Mr Oharles Dorsey is on a visit to Altoona, Pa., to see his son, Walter. strawberry crop was very good in this locality. The Lioy's Union Sunday school had quite a nnaoesnful festival, whloh baa left the school with a lot of new singing books and a new Weaver organ and a snug little sum in their treasury. Some of the folks and some visiting friends speut batnrdny after- noon plonlolng along the Monocaoy at LeOore's Those in the party were Mrs. P N. Hammaker, of Thnr mont; Miss Oora Barrlck, Mrs Marie Chatham, Miss Edith M. Miller and Miss Grace of Frederick W L Miller, wife and eon, of toy's. NorA ftud Morris Loy returned home Sunday after spending somo time visiting relatives In Gettysburg. and Mrs. William Long and Mr. John Fisher and wife are spending several days at Bnokeystown visiting relatives. Oharles Hcll'man and Mrs. Hubert Martin are visiting relatives near Westminster. P. N. Hammaker, of Thnrmont, spant Saturday with her brother, W. L. Miller. aud Washington, last Saturday time vtsttlrg and friends. Mr. Frank T. LeFevre and wife and child, nf Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs W. H. Relndollar aud family. Ida Sherman, of Spring Grovo, Pa spent last week here visiting rela- tivua and friends. Edna Oalvert, of Virginia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Prof. H. K Barbe, and family. service will be held next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in Grace Reformed ohnron. On account ot Ihe inclement weather it was post- poned for two weeks. services were held both morning and evening in Grace Re- formed oboroh on Sunday last, Jane IS. Rev. D. J. Wolf, pastor, conducted both services. second annual oommenoament ot St. John's School, Taneytown, was on June 20 at 10 a m in the study jail whloh was specially decorated for the occasion. The follow ing program was very beautifully and successfully rendered under the direction of the teacher, Miss Roae Moduli: Entrance march, Heleotad; "O Hark Merry school; drill, little ones; Where the Wild Flowers ohorui; "Flowers to little ones; duet; tone poem, 'Nearer My God to essay. "Ed- Miss Anna M. Hsgan; confer- ring of honors; "Good Bye Sweet vooal solo. Miss Anna Hagan. An appro prlate address was made by Rev. B. J. mon, paetor. A diploma awarded to Anna M. liagau was presented by the pastor, also gold medal awarded to Zona Smith for exoelleaoe lu Christian doc- trine. THE 6IBL ABOUT TOWB Mary of tbe Wrrk'si and Ooealp. towards tbe end of Juae we nnd week had enough heat In It to ripen the wheat, and pat a better flavor on the watermelons. It has flash on tbe sweet of the girl grad- uates and the High School A few years hence both of these will bluth sweeter when "toft eyes look love lo eyes that speak again We are com- ing to the end ot oDmtneooscuenl season. Bat only the beginning of the vlsltlag season is here, whan oily oaasltie aod aunts come up to the for air, obtonen, roasting ears and fruit. Time files from Jane to midsam mer and this Is the las) Saturday In the mooth of roaes! And what nf the week! Wedding bells and death bells, baseball and commerce- meats. Dances on the mountain aod little picnics lu the woods! A week full of pleasure, and yet some people are not satisfied. We'll give them a little nor ner all to themselves up in heaven, when they get there. There was a lawn party at the Maryland School and cam- mencement too. Toe silent pupils have gone home, the classic halls are deserted. Qatet sorely reigns supreme, and the old barracks stand firm to tell of the days of long ago. Sunday last there were excursions to the cities, baccalaureate sermons la the ohurob.es and a Pythian memor- ial service. Oounty commissioners have bsen lo session. Owing to the great amount ot diversion, the Onttog Olnb did not sup at Oamp Bchley Ian. There's a chance for the chickens to grow larger. It was commencement week sure enough. The villages of My- ersville and Jefferson, Mlddletowo, Tharmont, Walkersvllle, Emmltsburg, Brunswick and Adamstowc. Such a flattering of fans, such a galaxy ot beauty has not been seen since the war, when some ot the mothers graduated. There were class poems and class his- tories, valedictory and salutatory, barst ot eloquence and flow of wit There was music aweet and intelligent addresses, and all the graduates got a diploma. Oar own oily bad its High Sonool commencement in fine style. Boys and girls said their pieces, the orchestra played aod Governor Warlield spoke. It was a week of school elo- quence, whloh the old time has seldom heard. The Shrlners came over from Hagerr.towu and paraded around to show their red fez. and had a banquet at the Olty Hotel Hagerstown High School graduates came to town to see our shops. They found mare pretty girls here than they thought of. Hag- erstown Bureljr knows where to go to see something, for almost every day they come over and go to Braddock Heights. So In the flash of warm Jane, in the beginning of harvest we've come to the end ot the week and to the last Satur- day in Jane. Next week Christian Endeavorers will go to Baltimore. Tbere will be tbe usual danoat on tbe mountain Teachers' ex- amination will be beld. Maryland lawyers will lake suppsi at H >tel Brad- dook. 8) In all tbe fervor of Jane I'll bid yon adieu for next Set or day will nod in July. Meet me where tbe oool breftfs blow, or wher- tbe supper b-11 rings a oarrry peal. Yours for a good time in the good old com mer time. MAKV JAKE. of OktrU-li. 'I'1' Anilw tU-rc in :i curious lo fHM-ount ttw oMi-W'lr's in ibo jlfM-rt. a oortuin day "lory nnis, "all crt- iH-injrs iiwt toftvtluT to di-cidtt uiv on itu-ir order iiiul preced- ence. All went snuxrflil.v until tbe iiU-iiiling its inability to fly, die- tin- niMl rial mod to tabe rank tin.- mammals. hoNV- IT, would to say to a. c-rcatiirw ixrt fur, Ixit with iV.itlwi-s. wlillc tin- birvls. wlwn tbo os- trk-li miit buck, reiujdlatml it aJ.-o a traitor to Us racw. Hut tlio ostru-h wus equal to tlw orrasioo tiud ilci-lanil tlmt, Lx-inK iK-iilK-r mammal nor Mrtl, it must IK- tin uugel. At this all tin- otliiT animals indignantly rusli- eil UIKJII tbc ohtrk-h :uxl drove it before tlM-iii Into tlicf desert, wbc-ro it has lived in solitude- evor sjix-e, wRli no one to contradict It." FARMER'S ti MECil. NAT. BASK. RE-BXTENEINO CHARTER. TBEA8UBY DEPAKTMKNT. OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OK THE CURRENCY. WASHINGTON. D, C.. May 23.1905. WHKKEA8. By satisfactory evidence eented to tbe understood, it bag been made to appear that "The Farmers and Mechanics National Bank of Frederick." located In the city of Frederick, In the County of Frederick and State of Maryland, has compiled with all the provisions of the Act of Congress "to en- able National Banking Associations to extend their corporate existence, and for other pur- poses." approved July 12. 1882. as amended by the Act. approved April 12.1902; NOW. THEHEFOKE. 1, Thomas P. Kane. Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Cur- rency, do hereby certify taat "The Farmers and Mechanics National Bank of Frederick." located In the city of Frederick, In the County of Freoerlck und State of Maryland, Is author- ized to have succession for the period speci- fied in Its amended articles of association: namely, until close of business on May 23, 1925. In testimony whereof witness my (SEAL) hand and Seal of office 'bla twenty- third day of May. 1905. T. P. KANE. Deputy and Acting Conptroller of the Currency. Charter No. 1267. Extension No. 774. m24d30t OMPARATIVE STATEMENT. {1 A. POOLE, 'CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. 86 Bontb Street, Frederick. Md. 1 have all modern appliances for the prompt and tatiatactory execution ot all kindi ol work. Also Derrick, Blocks and Jacks for removing bulldlnes. heavy material. Estimates cheerfully on ad buelnras in my line. I9dlr 3BOTKOT TRESPASS NOTICB8. PRINTED ON HEAVY. AT THE KEW8 OJFF1CS RAILROAD SCHEDULES. BALTIMORE tbe of wifjhts found In ruins of UK- oklcst city that has yet boc-n exhumed. And false weights will probably be consumed when the earth drops into the suu and the heav- ciis are rolled together Hfce a scroll. AiK-leiit aud undent stattite books are full of evidence that every new practical capitalistic and labor monopolies, secret rebates and majority owners, swindling mo- o-wners, down to adulterations HIM! crooked familiar to our ancestors ot' tbo plateau of Iran before ttve mUfratioos. Vice is tbe okl inhabitant; virtue is the newcomer, tlie immigrant, received with reluc- tance and eomjMMletl to fight for every inch of ground be Gra- ham Phillips iti Header Magazine. RESOURCES. May Investments.....J382.430.48 Banklne House 1G.OOO.OO Premiums....... D.392.61 Due from Banks Due from U. S. T. 4.625.0O Cash.............. 37.439.41 May J9O5.085.10 8.0OO.OO 7.250.00 91.843.50 Tlw the nut is unifiviu, iiuxith, tij.rht Mini any Wlk'ii tin- Larva luvs i-iktlw from it only 11 vwy ttnii iiHMiibraiM' 'I. whlv.li rolls ui> :nul rtxliiitxl tci an uiiju'ivrirtllilc ami if tho li IKH lialHi it is MtUl mi suuiU to tin: This Is why 11 iv liltki lunnvii. fur is lifl> JUKI TllOtK? W rsitluv IHo-v kirviK-.  L- r> 5r 4 W- 7 (K H.10 7 64 T 511 7 4S P. 11, 7 -li li -10 b -JO fi 00 5 ad f. P. M 4 4 llle tor Frederick at 8418. 9 :ic ntd 10.40 a. m. and 5.00 and 636 p. m. Brneevllle for Colombia, Lltnestown aid Taneytown at 9.47 a. m. 8. 45 1> m Leave Frederick lor Baltimore at V. IS a m; a ad S.OO and 4.55 p, m. CONNECTIONS AT CHBBRT RUN W. Va. B. O. passenger trains leave Cherry Run as follows: Cincinnati, St. ixraU and Louis- ville Express, No, 55, dally, at 12 49 p. Chicago Express, No, 7, dally, at 8 OO p. m. Dally. All dally, except Sunday B. H. OKI 8 WOLD, F. H. HO WELL- Sen') Traffic Manar. Gen'l Pait. AgU IN SPA PERI Si EW SPA PERI   

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