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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
"I regret to say that I And myself
"Hal Then you are lost!"
MAKES HARD WORK
A bad back makes a day's work twice
as hard. Backache usually comes from
weak kidneys, and if headaches, dizii
nes3 or urinary disorders aro added,
don t wait get help before tho kidney
disease takes a grip before dropsy, grav
el or Bright's diseaso sots in. Doan's
Kidney Pills have brought new life and
now strength to thousands of working
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A CALIFORNIA. CASE
Uu a Wardwell,
UM Pacific Bt., Ban Dor
nardlno, Cal., aysi !
had BO mnphnnln I.. m
ihu ci aiorv"
back I could tartly get
on and on the wagon
Tho Jarring 1 got whilo
riding brought on tho
trouble. Tbo kldner se
cretions worn tilled with
ecdltnent. 1 tried many
remedies, bot Doan's
Rldnnr Pill Hnrn (ha
onlr ono that cured
me. xdvj arovo sway
nil tbo pain and la mo.
nosa and fixed ruy kid
Beys np In good, ahapo.'
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Not Mudh of a Mystery.
Two newspaper men met on tho
street of ono of the large cities, spoko
their minds freely, and told tho truth,
one to another. "Well," said Smith.
"I hear that old Jones, editor of tho
Trumpet, was found dead In his office
last night." "Yes, so I hear," an
swered Brown. "Foul play Is suspect
ed, of course," he added. "That's tho
police theory. But why should any
body kill him? Had his paper been
making nny enemies?" "None at all,
as far as I can hoar. You know ho had
stopped all sonsatlonallsm and was
printing a pure, modest, highly moral
family paper." "Aha! That explains
It!" "Who could havo killed him?"
"He wasn't murdered, man. Ho
starved to death!" San Francisco
"What's tho mattor?"
"She has rejected mo again. Sho
says this Is final."
"Did sho say how final?" Inquired
tho older and moro experienced
"However did you hear such dread
ful things about Mrs. Huber?"
"You forget sho was onco my dear
est friend'- Fllogeudo Blnettor.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, supar-coated,
easy to take as candy, regulate and invig
orate stomach, liver and bowels and cure
Not every fellow with a large shoo
can leave those footprints In tho
sands of time.
Red Cross Ball Blue will wash double rn
many clothes n any other blue. Don't
'put your money into any other. Adv.
Somehow one never thinks of blam
ing his faco because it needs a shave".
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color In cold
As a matter of fact, a necessary
evil Is unnecessary.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THI OINTAUn DOMPtHTj NBV YORK CITY.
35 Brako H. P.
Bears the A, v
oi n r
ISKUVK a fileml, tlnve
nrn nrri'sgarv To honor
him pn'nent, prnlse iilm absent nml assist
him In his neeessltlia. itaiinn nuynm.
GOOD THINGS WORTH TRYING.
When you don't know what to get
for brenkfnst, try steamed bnnanas
on toast. Steam tho bananas, cut In
halves, until well heated through;
pour over a tenspoonful of lemon juice
and Borvo on well buttered toast.
Havo the toast cut In long, narrow
strips to hold the strip of banana.
Egg Croquettes. Tako eggs which
havo been carefully cooked until hard
In the shell, remove the shell, roll In
beaten egg and crumbs, then season
well nnd fry in deop fat. Serve gar
nished with a little parsley.
When fresh rhubarb is plentiful In
tho market, mako this delicious pio:
Chop a cupful each of rhubarb and
raisins, and the grated rind and Juice
of a lemon, two tablcspoonfuls o( but
ter, ono cup of sugar, one egg well
beaten. Turn tho well blended mix
ture into a lined pio tin, dredge with
a teaspoon of flour and a half tea
spoon of salt. Bake with two crtists.
Ways of Using Stale Fruit Cake.
Steam tho cake and sorvo with any
kind of sauce which Is liked. Either
an egg sauce, a fruit sauce or a Bnuco
made of vinegar with a flour and wa
ter foundation, adding sugar and but
Crumb the cako and stir a cup of
crumbs soaked in a fruit julco Into a
plain Ice cream and freeze.
Stir n cupful of cake crumbs Into
a cup of milk prepared with junket,
or Into a custard before baking.
Delicious Sandwiches. This recipo
has appeared many times Im the
course of throe years, but It will ap
pear again, for It Is always new to
Grnto sufficient cheese to spread tho
required number of sandwiches. Cut
tho slices of bread in sounds with a
biscuit cutter, spread with butter and
add enough cream, salt and red pop
per to tho cheese to mako It of tho
consistency to spread; spread one nnd
cover with tho other round, and then,
sauto (n a little hot butter until beau
tifully brown. Sorvo with any crisp
, Somerset Salad. Mix ono and a
half cupfuls of white cooked meat of
chicken with ono cucumber, one-halt
cup of broken nut meats and the same
of peas and ono cut of finely cut cel
ery. Serve on lettuce with a boiled
or mayonnaise dressing.
Sinuillcley unil i;rcutness are synouy
mousc. Only tlw truly ureal lire Rrt'iit
cnotiKli to bo simple. True Kreatntbs
conslBts In belm? it good neighbor to tbo
family next door. '
COLLECTION OF CAKES.-
Prune Cake. Cream a tablespoon
ful of butter with four tablcspoonfuls
of sugar; add tho grated rind of a
lemon and ono beaten egg all mixed
well together. Add a cup of flour, a
teaspoon of baking powder, a quarter
of a cup of milk. Place the dough in
a pan and place on top a layer of
pitted and stowed prunes. Uake nnd
serve, covered with sweetened and
flavored whipped cream.
Crumb Cake. Tako two and a half
cupfuls of flour, add ono and a hulf
cupfuls of sugar, one-half cup of but
ter, one-fourth of a teaspoon of salt,
cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon, nnd mix
well, when well mixed, take out a cup
ful and to tho remainder add two well
beaten eggs, one cup of sour milk,
one smull teaspoon of soda. Beat wt'll
and put Into a deop square tin.
Sprinkle the cupful of crumbs on top
and bako slowly.
Hickory Nut Cake. Tnko n pound
of butter, soften by heat until creamy,
ndtl ono and a half pounds of light
brown sugar, ten whole eggs, one
pound each of flour and raisins, one
fourtli of a pound of citron and a
pound of broken nut meats, one grated
nutmeg, one-half glass of orango
German Cherry Cake. This Is the
cako recipe which was prepared at the
St. Louis fair: Tako three cupfuls of
canned rod cherries, ono cupful of
flour, six tablespoonfuls of sugar, the
yolks of two ogga and a quarter of a
cup of milk, one tablespoonful of but
ter, one-half a teaspoon of baking pow
der and n quarter of a teaspoon of
suit Sift the flour and dry Ingredients,
beat the yolks of the eggs ami add to
tho flour; fold In the whites aftor
mixing nil the other ingredients mid
spread In a pan un inch thick; drain
tho cherries and spread over the
dough, sprinkle with sugar and bako
in a brisk oven.
Best to Make Settlement Now.
"You all time growlln' 'bout 'do
devil tor pay,' " said lirothor Williams
"In do namo or goodness an' boss
sense w'y don you pay him an' call
It quits? Wouldn't dat bo much het
ter'n wultln' ter havo a full settlement
hereafter? Won dat tlmo comes he'll
ban' you yo' change In brimstone
what'll burn yo' pocket mo'n what
yo' money does now. 'Pears ter mo
dat's wuth studyin' 'bout. Do devil
is do only creditor I knows on whnts
wlllln' ter wait a lifetime, but It's
An optimist Is ono who can mnho lem
onade out of the lemons that uro handed
The richest man, whatever his lot,
Is he olio's content with what he's not.
I wonder how mnny teachers and
parents realize that often tho dull
pupil is cither jinder-nourlshud or
The child, to do good work in
school, should bo started out In the
morning with a wholosome, nutritious
breakfast, ono which will "Btay by"
Lack of appetite In tho morning 1b
moro often tho result of sleeping In
poorly Vontllnted rooms or too late
hours. The bad tnsto In the month In
the morning should not bo thought
unworthy of attention.
A "grown up" may miss n moal
without evil effects, or In fact with
good results, but a child who usos nil
Its energy In building tlssuo cannot
well omit u meal. Children nre hun
gry moro often than adults, because
their digestive processes aro very ac
tive. It is for Uils reason that lunches
are necessary for the child between
menls. The continuous lunching Is
much worso than nono at nil, so that
discretion should bo used to seo that
tho lunch is served not too near a
The food for growing children
should bo Blmple nnd easy of diges
tion. Tea and coffee mo not chil
dren's bovernges; milk, cocoa nnd wa
ter will bo found a sufficient vurloty.
All highly seasoned foods, which
tend to unduly cxclto the digestive
juices, should' be used only by thoso
Who have lost tho appotlto of child
hood nnd need a whip to stimulate
tho digestive functions. Their con
tinued uso has been tho cause of tho
craving for strong stimulants.
A luncheon for the child should bo
put up In such a way that it Is nt
tractive and will bo appetizing.
Learn to pack a box or basket neat
ly. Havo plenty of cheap paper nap
kins, a package of paraffin pnper, soma
rubber bands, all vory inexpensive,
and a supply lasting a year will cost
but little. A dinner taken from a tin
pall packed carelessly, and In ninny
cases frozen on tho way, Is not tho
kind of food which will produco good
b!ood nnd clear brain work.
Variety is another thing which
should bo studied, for children like
surprises better than "grown ups." A
fig or a date or two, or oven a bit of
candy hidden in the lunch, is a sourco
of keen delight to the youngster. Let
us never grow too old to forget our
own youth and youth's desires. I
Don't fret, Mi-n call ftnttluK nn ordi
nary vice. Yet IhlH snmu huhlt bus dono
moro to destiny the hupplno.su of homes
than nny other ono thlnn except drunken
neus. Helen Hunt.
DISHES FOR THE DAY.
The following dishes nro some that
will be acceptable for various occa
sions, to give variety to tho diot:
Clam Soup. Take two tablespoon
fuls of butter nnd two of flour; whon
the butter 1b bubbling hot, add the
flour, stir slowly until well blended,
then add a quart of rich milk, und
when smooth season with celery salt,
salt and a few dashes of red popper:
then add n cupful of finely 'minced
clams with tho Juice. Let boll up
onco and servo.
' Crosby Pie. Chop line two medium
sized apples; after peeling and coring,
ndd the juice and rind of u lemon, one
cupful of sucar, one egg woll beaten
and ono tnblespoonful of melted but
ter. Mix well and bike In two crusts.
Chopped Canton ginger stirred into
whipped cream mnkes a delicious
sauco for Ice cream or In fact any
kind of steamed pudding which would
uso the cream as a sauco.
Chicken Souffle. Mko two cupfuls
of cream sauce, using thin cream and
a tablespoonful of butter to four of
flour, add onion julco and chopped
parsley for seasoning, then add two
cupfuls of finely minced chicken; add
tho beaten yolks of threo eggs and
cool, then fold In tho beaten whites
and sensou well with salt, a dash or
two of red pepper and put Into a but
tered dish to bake. Hake until tho
eggs aro set.
Banana Pie. Puss onotigh peeled
bananas through a vegetablo ricer to
All a cup. To tbls add a half cup of
sugur, two tablesponfuls of molasses
or the rind and Julco or half n lemon
hulf a tcuspoonful of suit, one beaten
egg, a dash of cliinainon, a half cup
of milk and a third of a cup of cream
Mix nil together and bako In one
crust. Cover witli whipped cream and
only do fool whut takes advantage of
his wJllin'ness. You better wrlto dat
on de wall an" do collin' what ain't
got no cracks In it!" F. L. Stanton,
in Tho Atlanta Constitution.
First Electrlo Car.
Tho first electric car to bo run on
a truck was exhibited sixty-throe years
ago in the town hall In Dover, N. II.,
by its invontor, Moses G. Karmor. Tho
track was two foot and a half wide
and cnrrled a car large enough to hold
Eats Freely But
Has No Dyspepsia
A Littlo Pepsin in a Mild Jmxo-
a Bad Indigestion.
Fortunato 1b tho ono who can cat
"anything" without suffering tho tor
tures ot dyspepsia, but no tow aro so
fortunato, caro should bo taken In tho
mattor of diet Eating slowly, masti
cating tho food thoroughly and taking
a short walk nftor tho heavy meal ot
tho day will do much towards assisting
digestion. Any grown-up porBon ought
to know tho pocullar foods that do not
agroo, nnd those should bo avoided.
When these common-sonso aids fall,
tho noxt thing to do Is to tnko a mild
dlgcBtlvo tonlo with laxatlvo propor
tios, and there is nono bettor than Dr.
CnldwoU's Syrup sPcpsln. It contalnB
tho groatest of all aids to digestion,
good pepsin. It baa other ingredients
that act mildly on tho bowels, which
together form a combination for tho
relief of dyspepsia or Indigestion that
Its action Is to tono nnd strengthen
tho stomach nnd bowel muscles so
that they can again do their work nat
urally without outside aid, and when
that happy moment comoB nil modi
clno enn bp dispensed with. It Is tho
bost remedy obtalnnblo for nny dis
order of tho stomach, llvor nnd bow
els, for dyspepsia, constipation, bilious
hobs, headaches, drowsiness after eat
ing, gas on tho stomach, etc. Thou
sands of users will testify to this,
among thorn Mr. J. W. Gonchor, Stltos,
Idaho, who for several yearo had all
Guaranteed Everbearing Strawberries
Tho new everbearing trawberr!e are
havo over 40 acres Ect solidly to Superb, Amoriciu, Perpetual Motion, Productive,
Progrenive, $1,000 sort and other new seedlings of our own breeding. Wo have nil
sizes, shapes, colors and flavors of tho common strawberries, except that instead of only
fruiting n few days during regular strawberry timo, our Evorbearera bear a good crop
during summer and fall of same year set Then tho following year at regular straw
berry time these Everbcarers will produce an extra largo crop and continuo fruiting all
through tho summer nnd fall months.
Now is tho time 'to get started with these new berries. People aro very fond of straw
berries and we find theso luscious Evcrbearers sell over all other fruits during tho summer
nnd fall months. They are very hardy and not subject to damage by frosts. Their deep
root system enables them to produce fine, largo berries during the hot, dry summer weather.
Get Acquainted Offer. Send ti 10c tor mailing oincnio and we will (end to you at planting time.
6 bind auelitr. eTerbeerinir Iravrbemr nlanU ( worth (1) and ouaraatce litem to fruit turouch summer
and fall tuoutbi, or money refunded
The Gardner Nursery Company,
"Good Old Times" Again.
Hospital patients of todny nro bet
ter off thnn their ancostora of "the
good old times." Mr. Wheatlcy, in
bin book on "London' quotes from n
Scottish act of parliament of 1I1SG to
tho offect that "glf ony man brings to
tho market corrupt swlno or snlmond
to ho sauld, they sail bo taken by tho
ballllo, and lncontinont, without ony
question, sail ho Bent to tho loper
folko;" and if there bo no lepers thon
only "sail thoy bo dostroyed uttcrllo."
The samo pleasant custom obtained In
Oxford In tho fifteenth century, whoro
nil putrid meat and fish was by statuto
sent to St. John's hospital.
THE BEST TREATMENT FOR
ITCHING SCALPS, DANDRUFF
AND FALLING HAIR
To allay Itching and irritation ot the
scalp, prevent dry, thin and falling
hair, rcmovo cniBts, scales and dan
druff, and promoto tho growth and
beauty of tho hair, tho following spe
cial treatment Is most offectlvo, agroo
ablo and economical. On retiring,
comb tho hair out straight all around,
thon begin nt tho sldo and mako a
parting, gently rubbing Cutlcura Oint
ment Into tho parting with a bit of
soft flannel held ovor tho ond of tho
finger. Anoint additional partings
about half an Inch apart until tho
wholo scalp haB been treated, tho pur
poso being to get tho Cutlcura Oint
ment on tho scalp skin rather than on
tho hair. It is well to placo a light
covering over tho hnlr to protect the
pillow from possible stain. Tho next
morning, shnmpoo -with Cutlcura Soap
and hot water. Shampoos alono may
bo used as often as agrccablo, but
onco or twice a month Is generally
oufflclent for this special treatment
lor women's hair.
Cutlcura Snap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
froo.wlth 33-p. Skin Hook, Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dcpt. L, lloston." Adv.
"What did you think ot Jim's rattle
"It wae a rattling good tale."
Spicy conversation Bhould bo han
A helping MaM" Extended to the
"" aUJS mnaaaaa waMonBMM BUM'- Mmn
Middle Aged Woman
'julERE comes o tlmo In ovory womon'B
Important chancre. This is a
period. It is a timo when a woman needs
her full health and otrenrrth. For
cako you Bhould onticipato Uila
'Br. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
The latcat la mod
leal science ia
contained in Dr.
Adtrber new and re
VUad edition of 1008
pKea.cxUr 31c. Ad
dreti Dr. Plerr.e'e In.
J. W. GOUCHER
tho worst symptoms of chronic dyspep
sia. Slnco taking Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup PcpBln thoso havo all gone, and
although Mr. Goucher says ho Is 64,
ho does not look mora thnn 40.
Syrup Pepsin Is sure In Its results,
nnd a vnBt Improvement ovor chowlng
or swallowing tablets nnd' mints, or
taking cathartics, salts, etc., all of
which aro harsh nnd nauseous and at
bost do but temporary good. You can
obtain Syrup Pepsin nt nny drug store
for fifty cents "or ono dollar a bottlo.
Results nro always guarantood or
monoy will bo rofundod.
Families wishing to try a free snm
pio bottlo can obtain It postpaid by ad
dressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 Wash
ington St., Montlcello, 111. A postal
card with your namo and address on It
now an established commercial success. Wo
compiels History ol tneao wonderful berries, tree
WESTERN CANADA NOW
Thn nnnnrfnnltv nf aneurinrr free"
homesteads of 160 acres oach, and i
tho low priced lands of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta, will
soon havo passod.
Canada offers a hearty wolcomo
to tho Settlor, to tho man with a
family looking for a homo; to tho
farmer's son, to tho renter, to all who
wish to livo under bettor conditions.
Canada's grain yield In 1913 is
tho talk of tho world. Luxuriant
Grasses civo choap foddor for largo
herds; cost of raising and fattonlng
for market is a triflo.
Thn enm rnaliTod fnr Renf. Butter.
Milk and Cheoso will pay fifty per j
cent on tne investment.
Wrlto forlltoraturo and partic
ulars as 10 roaucoa railway
rates to buponmonaent
of immigration, Ottawa. I
Uanada, or to
Canadian Oovemment Act.
Vertical or hor
or second hand.
WILSON STEAM HOILim CO.. Omaha
CURED in a few days
without pain or a sur
gical operation. No pay until cured. Wrlto
MIX. WItAY, l)lJ Ileo lSld., Omuhu, Nob.
J1I.ISH ft YVKM.MAN
Live Stock Commission Merchants
UB4-3BU KxclutiiRu Iliilldlnr, Koutli Omaha
All Uck condiment to na Is sold uj member of the
firm, nnd all employees haro boon aelootod and
trultiod foriliu workwblclitnojdo. V)rlu-iib.talpM
8COTT-RAWITZER NIFQ. CO., OMAHA
Qucceaaora to Omaha Tent & Awning Company
and Scott Tent eVAwnlnc; Company
293 Splenflifl Fayini Droi Business
In Urn town, IlarrlannOunntr, Iowa. Fixtures and
ttock amount u 13,71)0. Ixiw rent. Ibiroapportunlt
for rtf nitRlst. Wrltn today. J. A. Abbott Si Co,
438 btutu llauk llulldlnj;, Ouialiu, NoUruaJu
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 12-1914.
vaifo uii lUttSw rij
has boon recamrnondod for over forty years as a
tonlo for women who aro nbout to exporienco "tho
turn of lifo." It is helpful in tho equalization of
tho circulation of tho blood and in regulating tho
action of tho bowols. Nervousness and low spi rife dis
appear. Happiness and contontmonttako their place.
tablet or liquid form by Medicine
veaienor eena 6U cents for sample box
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