The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 4, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 4, 1930
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'1 Lt'JSDAY:. .VIAKI..TL ·!, UKid. THE DAILY COURIER, CON ELLSVILLE, PA. ·THE · KITCHEN CABINET », IVcstern Tt la not wha.t w« hava, bnt what tliat tnafceis as happy. "Thin worM Is a difficult world In- doed Anrl pcoplt ar» hard to suit, t'hi man The plays on the violin AH *. born to th« man w]th a fluto," ECONOMICAL FOODS A pood loaf of hread preparod at home ha* tvrfc« the nourisdrtnent that bakery food has and Is much more appetizing. Graham Breads-Take one cupJtnl of sugar, two and one-half enpfuls of Krahaua flour, one- half cupful of flour, one to.nspoor f n l of soda, one teaspoonful of «*lt, one cupful of raisins and one capful each of sweet and »onr wiilk. A ph't of b u t t e r m i l k may he used In plac'i of sour and sweet milk. Grapenut Bread -- Two Loaves. -Sift four c i i p f u l s at flour, four ten- spoonfuls of baUiTij; powder. one ten- spoonful eneh ff salt nnd sndti and OOP cupful of si pit. Heat one e^s, ndd the dry ingredients w i t h one c u p f u l eiich of worn and sweet tnllk, stir in one c u p f u l .of Kraps tints und hnke In two s i n g l e loaf brenri pans. Tapioca V/ith Apples. -- Take OOP- t h i r d of 11 r i i p f u l of m i n u t e (apiocn, aild one c u p f u l of boiling caiincd f r u i t juice o - w n t c r «nd cook ^-Ith a l i t t l o s u i t u i i i l l cli.-ar. R u t t c r n b a k i n g dish n m ) po-ir in KIP Inpiocii. covt'r Uu- tt'p w i t h fjuarvnMi applfs, sprinkle w i t h K d c n r jiiul dot w i t h hits of b u t l e r ; lj;ikt u n t i l U I R applo i s tender. Scr\' w i l l ) ivhippi-d c r e n r n . I n d i a n P u d d i n g W i t h Apples. -Scald two quarts of m i l k and stir In one cupful of corn meal ; cook u n t i l the niixtisrp t h i c k e n s . K C F M O V P from the heat, ajf one c u p f u l of molnsspn, oru! tCHSpooTi 'ill of salt, one-half teaspoonful C'iicii of n u t m p R a n d cinnamon iinrt t w o c \ i p f u l s of i|unrtBrBd 8wxet applos. Ad(i one c u p f u l of finely chopped suet nnd dust the top of thi- pudding w i t h flour. Stir occtcsltmnlly at first and b f t k e for two hours, then nrld another p i n t of cold m i l k . Continue h a k i n g u n t i l « nice drown crust Is formed o\er the top. Sorve hot. Th!« pudrtlnR ne^ds no sauce Oranya Pi-..-- Fill n linVi-d .^iicll with thinly sliced oranges, s p r i n k ' e w i t h BTSgiir nnd e-ver with a nuTlnzrue. Brown In n t o t oven an:l serve cold. Never ent n hearty menl w h e n tihys- Jcally wthaust-Kl or i n n t i i l l y dlstm'hed. Biurb«d-Wirc Jndmtry The prncticnl heKinnltiR of the j barbed-irlre ir-dustry wits In the patent ! Issued to Joseph !·'. Oiidclen of Oe Kalb, 111., In 187-1. This p a t e n t was is- ; KttttA for bnrlied fenco wire. I u r i n K tbc some year a patent was Issned to ! Mr. O'Udden n;id Phirieos \V. Vaaghrm I Jinvinx n r n n c l i i n e t o m r t m i f n c t u r e It. i TTie .lovftlopment of the harhed-wire j Indus-ry WHS nr-celorstcd by the in- ' trod«-'tif:n of [ho m i l d steel. The n| ] proxl-nato prr iliu-tton In the United } Stfits, showinj; fisnres of the years indicated, Is as follows: 1S7-1. 5 tons; 18SO, 40,nort ( f j u s ; 1SOO, 210,flOO t o n n ; J024, 2(X),0(X:- t o n s ; IOL'7. 180.000 tons. Original Jury Function ; A v e i l - k n o w n Ijiw w r i t e r has said, w r i t w ,Iud^o Itohert FI. Tny of the Ohio S u p r e m e court, t h a t originally Juries wore c u l l e d !n. not to hear, hot Cive, evidence. They were (tie neigh- bora oi the p a r r i e s a / i d were presumed to Uno'-v wln-ii t h e y ctmie I n t o court the Oif-tH nnoiif. \vh I'h they were to teaUfy. Thej «.vcre c'losen hy the .sheriff, to reproswit the t;eij;l)horliood. The verdict w n s the Mvorn t e s t i m o n y of the countryside.--T. etroit News. I L£ \_^ J^^H^L^L DEAft. MOA.M - IF JACK ANP Jjt-U f?AN ,M5OONO THE HIUL. A/JO rOUNC A UITTUE STILU WOULD TH13 FEDS COME TUMSL.IN AFTSR. ? STP-AUL.MIMN . NOAK'=- IN FILMLAND IA/IL.L. i TrtE SMODTJN6 KLMA MAE STILJ-MAN OCCA.M SlOB NOAH" IF THE. CALF" WOULD TH£? crov MAW TOOTS J*T T) flAS PAGE ELEVEN. Br JIMMY MTJBFHY HE THOUGHT I WA^ ·fOUR PATHEf2 ; , HE'S LO'Vr A CU=3~rOMECL', ANOTHER. PENNY 1W W l f ' toTOPH. ON A BET 1 . IP Hfe WA^-TliE OMUY MEAT MARKET IW -THE- SVORLD THEN rp BE- A VEGETARIAN' 1 NEVECZ. THAT MEAT MAWKET , CASPER., BUT OK)E. r-LL "TRADE THERE BE MAD AT" HIM* I THINWL Hfe'5 AM MICE, BUTCHE«.'. I POUW1 » THIS HAt IM Mf M/ RWET= Plt VOU 0. ETTA K E T ' T K O l ' B ,E ri)M.KS IN BUNCHES Bv PAUL BOBCfSOW NO CHA'SET ASCXJNO QF.IDGE PARTIES ALL EATS -- THv N VJV-lEN NOO GtT HC MF VOU EXPECT ME TO HV.LOPOM TEA APE JUST TV* ) TIMES IN MAN'S uve vmtN AE IKTO TROUOIJE. -- VlH f*'MT?IED~ Sfcf NOON6 kAOI-VOU CERTAIN UN CSAM I CAN'F TO THE C0)8 -T MAD A THGT NOO USED IT NOW T1JI T Y L K S By TYM YOUNO. HOT UPPOSCD W \KTOMOUR.W* TO TtLV. AT TU PROPER. O 1 MOU T'UMK JUG ,SISTI.H Till:: 1)0 "I'OK K N O W S H K S T JJj LES l'OB«BAVJS. fJC ;TCX^, 1 wJ(5H YOO'O ^ K. TO TV-iAT PAT( eKIT TWfS I ALL tXJAKlTtM6 TO U55O TD '7AF-FOT- O L«E'r-«e'"^3.O» MY CVNCK ANiV \-Ofx)«:E::(3.. I've. LO5T MOOSH / TI.N*£ AS -r«5 / , VOU IF 'vtX^OtO LEAVE HERE UHTH THAT Rie twe U/AV nr cs. NQ iia, THE PLACE. FOR.YOO (5 IKJ BED »=OR A UJHILE. YET. YOU JU5T 5TOP ·TOUR toofiRytue VERY UJELL FOR HtM To 5AV UCX^C1VIN. m AFRAiO ©E. DILL, SETS c?ew·; AND THE cou. aL.i_Ah}o MY emu XSGM I evcR co- 1 I'ELIX T H U CAT S "ICE BOX . A. D O O R ! TL r-O O M O ( T OO " A. 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