saleratus Bill had dismounted, and was stretching his long, lean arms over his head.
The next morning set them where they will boil, with a tea spoonful of saleratus.
Dissolve a couple of tea spoonsful of saleratus, in a tea cup of milk, sour is the best.
Put a couple of tea-spoonsful of saleratus in a pint of sour milk.
The inhabitants could be no desperate fly-by-nights, such as saleratus Bill would most likely have sought as companions.
Fu Shan was there, and Sadler said saleratus was monotonous.
While passing the alkali lakes, a number of the brethren filled the bags with saleratus.
I spoke to the sheriff about saleratus Joe and his mate and the lost car.
If that car of Mr. Collingers was ever there, saleratus Joe and his chum have got it away long since, of course.
Where saleratus is used, it should be thoroughly dissolved and strained.