Uses for the corncobs are many. They make nice playthings for the children--building logs and such. When added to the fireplace they make a bright light. They can be used for smoking hams and bacon. They have a traditional use as toilet "paper" for the outhouse. Now don't laugh I can remember that down on my grandfathers farm. Not that I used one or that I remember if I did. But we are going to make something good with the cob. (Corncob Jelly.) Break 12 corn cobs into small pieces. Boil in 3 pt. water for 30 minutes. Then strain. To 3 cups corn juice, add the juice of 1 lemon and a box of commercial pectin. Bring to a boil. Add 3 c. sugar and boil 3 minutes longer. Pour into jars and seal.