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tmf qpMlWFFKlV TRIBUNE NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Kenton, Scotland, haa a woman lot
Drink Denlson's Coffee,
For your health's Bake,
Thoro'a nothing In n name attached
to tho bottom of a check unless thoro
Is a bank balanco behind It.
Every woman' pride, beautiful, clear
white clothes. Uo Red Cross Ball Blue.
'All grocers. Adv.
It is tho opinion of those who havo
bad experience along that lino that
gratltudo is tho rarest thing.
"How did you como to run op yom
"Oh, that's anothor story."
Spoils tho Impression.
"Rogers has an intelligent faco. If
ho didn't say a word you'd know ho
"Yes; but tho troublo is ho does."
"Mother, how had I better dress for
toy motorboat trip this afternoon?"
"Who is going with you, dear?"
"Then you'd better wear a bathing
oult and a life preserver."
Mamie I see, operated by two men,
a machino invented by a Chicago ho
tel steward will wash and dry more
than 18,000 dishes an hour.
Julio That's tho way of the men.
Trying to knock poar mother out of
A Modern Incubuo.
"Poor Dobble! He was the victim
of an unfortunate automobilo accident
"Goodness! What happened?"
"Ho fell into casual conversation
with a smooth-tongued person who
turned out to bo an automobilo sales
man and sold him one."
Scottish Lodging Houses.
Glasgow has seven municipal lodg
ing houses, six for men and on.o for
women. They aro Btone buildings,
threo to Ave stories in height, and of
tho most substantial character. Each
lodger has a separate room, with bed
and chair. Tho bed has a wire spring,
a hair or fiber mattress, coarse sheets,
a blanket, a coverlet, a pillow and a
pillowcaso. These arc aired, cleaned
and washed after the lodger has gone
In tho morning. The total number of
bedrooms in tho seven houses is 2,235.
A Summer Vacation
Avoid needless work, especially hot cooking, and plan
to get all possible rest and leisure.
There are many ways. For instance, a hot breakfast
-is uncalled for in summer. There's no excuse for early
.morning cooking with Post Toasties in the house.
Nothing will please husband and children better than
bowl of crisp, delicious
wjth cream or good milk.
There is pleasure in serving this dainty food and you
rstart the day without work or worry.
With Toasties in the pantry it takes but a moment to'
prepare a breakfast or lunch that pleases all you save
time and temper.
Order a package of Post Toasties from your grocer
and start on your home vacation.
Walt Mills says that you can tell
whether a man Is married by tho way
ho shuts a door.
Teacher Mary, can you toll mo how
Noah's ark was lighted?.
Mary Ycssum, with ark lights.
Slander, sir! You do not know what
you aro disdaining. I havo seen tho
most respectablo persons almost over
whelmed by it. . . . A,t first a
light sound, skimming tho earth like
a swallow boforo tho storm, very soft
ly (pianissimo) it murmurs and purrs
and sows in its courso poisoned ar
rows. It Is on somebody's mouth, and
softly, softly (piano, piano), it glides
slyly Into your ear. Tho evil is dono.
It is born, it creeps, it walks; and
with growing power (rinforzando) it
goes from mouth to mouth diabolical
ly. Then, nil of a sudden, I can't toll
you how, you seo slander straighten
up, hiss, bwcII and grow tall beforo
your very eyes. It springs, stretches
its wings, whirls, envelops, seizes, car
ries off; it flashes lightning, It thun
ders and becomes a huo and cry, a
public crescendo, a universal chorus
of hatred and proscription. Who, in
deed, could stop It! Beaumarchats.
She Was Wise.
Patience And you say ho tried to
Patrice Yes, and I told him I'd call
"And did you?"
"I certainly did."
"What did your mother say?"
"Oh, mother never paid a bit of at
tention. Sho was a girl once hersolf,
Might Have Been Worse.
Flatbush Wasn't that awful for
Nero to bo playii.g his flddlo while
Bonsonhurst It might havo been a
good deal worso.
"Why, the old man might havo
played tho bagpipes."
The Way Out
"Sometimes I think," remarked the
timid young man in the parlor scene,
"that If I er had money I would
er get married."
"Well," suggested tho dear girl who
was occupying the other end of the
sofa, "why don't you try and er
When a man is down and out he is
about all in.
Our whole life Is n stnry more or Ipsh
Intelligible generally loss but we plmll
read It by a clearer llsht when It Is
A most delightful luncheon dish
which may bo used as a dessert or as
a cako is this. Hollow
out six spongo cakes or
cup cakes and mix with
tho crumbs a few broken
nuts, whipped cream,
sweetened and flavored,
a pinch of salt and eight
chopped maraschino cher
ries with a tablespoonful
of tho cordial. Fill the
cakes and garnish the
top with whipped cream and a cherry.
Servo on glass plates with a papor
dolly under tho cake.
Chicken and Eggplant. Take three
cupfuls of stock and three small egg
plants, a half cupful of cooked chicken
and a half cupful of bread crumbs, one
egg. two tnblespoonful3 of butter, ono
tablespoonful of flour, two tablespoon
fills of orange julco and ono of lemon
Jnlco, a littlo grated onion and salt
and pepper. Covor the eggplant with
boiling water and cook, covered. 20
minutes. Cut In two nnd scoop out
tho inside, leaving the shell thick
enough to hold Its shape. Cook the
crumbs with one-half cupful of stock,
add tho chicken, chopped fine, ono
tablespoonful of butter, a beaten egg
and seasoning. Fill tho shells and
bake 10 minutes, beating with stock
and ornngo Juice. Molt the remaining
butter, add flour and brown, when
smooth add the stock. Stir until thick
and serve highly seasoned with tho
Chicken au Gratln. Take a ciipful
of cold cooked chicken, one-half cup
full of grated cheese, four tablespoon
fills of cooked rice, ono cupful of to
r.ato sauce, breud crumbs, salt and
pepper. Cut tho chicken Into small
bits. Butter a baking dish, place a
layer of chicken at the bottom, then
a layer of cooked rice. Pour some
tomato sauce over this', sprinklo with
bread crumb-, grated cheese and
salt and popper. Repent this until
tho dish is full, having the last layer
of bread crumbs. Place In a hot oven
Colcannon. Take six cupfuls of
Soiled cabbage, three of mashed po
tatoes, half a cupful of butter, salt,
pepper and a cupful of milk. Mix all
together, put into a buttered baking
dish and bake for Hire-quarters of an
hour in a moderate oven. Servo hot.
The braveKt battle that ever was
Shall I tell you where nml when?
On tho maps ot tho world you will find
It was (ought by. tho mothers ot
DAINTY SEASONABLE DISHES.
When one wishes to servo a fruit
cocktail a little unusual In combina
tion try this. Use
a French potato
cutter and cut out
balls of the pink
Pffzsj watermolon or a
B P " - mixture of musk-
a n d water-melon
could be UBed if so
liked. Then pour over these rosy
balls a sauce of orange juice or other
combinations of juices which will oc
cur to one. 3trve In sherbet cups.
This is an especially attractive dish
and one which will be enjoyed by all.
Of course the melon should he well
chilled; It is best to pnek th s bulls In
Ice after preparing them nnd serve
Venison Heart. This sounds out of
season, but Ib perfectly nllowablo by
law. Take three venl hearts, trim
and wash well; slice In uniform sizes
and roll in salted flour. Fry four slices
of bacon to a crisp brown, take out
the bacon and add a smull sliced
onion to tho fat; when tho onion Is a
light yellow add the heart slices and
fry to a rich brown. Heat a casserole
and lay In the browned moat, add to
tho fat In the pan a cupful of soup
stock, one-half a minced red pepper, a
half a bay leaf,' a clove of garlic and
n teaspoonful of salt; cook covered
for two hours. Five minutes before
serving add the bacon. Serve with
new potatoes and spinach.
Spanish Pepper Pot. Scrub nnd
boll two pounds of honeycomb tripe:
cook In two waters until nearly ten
der. Add to the Inst water a small
knuckle of veal, a pieco of chill pep
per (red hot), threo whole cloves, two
bay leaves, a pinch of marjoram and
sage, salt, pepper and a clove of gar
lic pounded to a paste. While this Is
cooking, boil dried lima, beans until
tender, drain and add to tho tripe.
How Baseball Follows the Flajj.
Ten years ago, Fays tho Panama
Star and Herald, the small boys of tho
Canal zono played at bull fighting.
Now they havo lost their ambition to
become slayers of bullB and want to
become great baseball playorB. Tho
national game has followed the flag,
conquering tho brutal sports that pre
Tho Panamanian boy has even trans,
latcd baseball slang Into Spanish, ac
cording to tho Herald. At a recent
game, it says, "wo heard a Pana-
Thicken the srnvy nnd pour over 'all
Fried Eggplant. Cut peeled n
plant Into ono-fourth-lnch slices
Press to remrvve somo of tho Julct
by placing the slices under a weight
Dust with Bait and pepper nnd dip In
a thin fritter batter; then fry a gold
en brown In hot fat.
SWEET CORN DISHES.
Tho dish which is said to havo orlgl
tinted with the Indians and is called
squaw dish Is good
enough for any
table Put sweet
fat salt pork In a
frying pan or but
ter is better, and
turn In a halt doz
en cars of tender
sweet corn cut
from tho cob. Cook and stir until well
incorporated with tho butter, then
cover and steam until thoroughly
cooked. Salt well and servo piping
hot. Thcro will nover bo enough.
Corn Chowder. Cut three slices of
fat, Bait pork Into cubes nnd fry them
out In a saucepan. In this fat fry
some sliced onions, nnd when ready
add a few potatoes sliced and suffi
cient corn to servo tho family. Cook
in boiling water to cover, senson well
and add a pint or more of scnlded
milk and a fev milk crackers, soaked
In boiling water and drained. Serve
hot with a cracker on top of each soup
plate or bowl.
Corn Fritters. Removo tho corn
from tho cob, beat an egg nnd add
tho corn nnd Its Julco, beating all the
time. When well blended stir in n
quarter of a cupful of milk, n tablo
spoonful of molted butter and flour to
mako a drop battor. Season with salt
and popper and fry by spoonfuls In hot
fat. Servo hot from tho pan.
Corn Soup. Remove tho corn from
the cob and put tho cobs Into a gallon
of boiling water and let them cook
until tho water Is reduced to three
quarts. Then removo them and put
In the corn. Cook until, soft enough to
be pressed through a slovo and senson
liberally with salt and popper. Cook
together threo tablespoonfuls each ol
flour and butter, and stir into it gradu
ally a pint of rich milk. Removo from
tho heat and add two well-beaten eggs
and a half cupful of whipped cream.
Squeeze out and strain tho Julco ol
six good oranges. Add ono cupful ol
sugar and cook slowlj
for half an hour, sklnv
mlng often. Tako from
tho lire nnd turn into a
bowl. When lukowarm
pour gradually, beating
all the time, upon a
warm custurd mado of
tho yolks of Ave eggs
and two cupfuls of milk
and a quarter of a cup
ful of sugar. Beat Bteadily flvo min
utes, turn Into a glass bowl and cover
with the whites of tho eggs, beaten
stiff and mixed with flvo tablespoon
fills of powdered sugar. Chill beforo
Kornettes. Tako threo-fourths of a
cupful of popped corn, a tablespoonful
of soft butter, the white of ono egg
and a third of a cupful of augur, a
dash of salt and n halt teaspoonful
of vanilla, blanched and chopped al
monds and candled cherries. Add the
butter to tho corn, bent the egg and
add the sugur, combine tho mixtures
and add salt and vanllln. Drop on
well-buttered sheet and shape In a flat
cake, UBlng a knife dipped In cold wa
ter to spread; sprinkle with almond
and cherries and hake In a slow oven
Egg Biscuit. Sift together one
quart of Hour and two teaspoonfuls ol
baking powder. Rub Into this two ta
blespoonfuls of butter. Add two well
beaten oggs, one teaspoonful of sugnt
and a teaspoonful of Halt. Mix to
gather with u cupful of milk, roll and
cut Into biscuit and bake In a quick
oven 20 minutes.
Graham Health Bread. Dissolve o
yeast cake In half n cupful of water
with one teaspoonful of sugar. Adc
four cupfuls of graham and two ol
white flour, a teaspoonful of salt, twe
tablcBpoonfuls of olive oil. one-hnll
cupful of New Orleans niolaBBcs, one
half cupful of tigs, cut thin and floured
and one quart of lukewarm wnter. Mix
and beat hard with spoon for three
mlnutoB, then keep in a warm place
over night. Oreaso threo bread tins
and fill with the sponge, again put to
rise In : warm place and when risen
bake 40 minutes In a moderate oven
manlan boy say in Spanish: 'Hunt,
man, bunt, now is tho tlmo to bunt.
Tho boy was right ant tho battor dirt
It. No boy ever got mora Joy and
oxcitemont out ot tho death of a bull
than that boy did out of that bunt."
"Dasher belongs to a great many
lodgos. doosn't ho?"
"Yes, indeodj ho has to uso a card
indox system to keep track ot tho
Veal Loaf, to serve cold: Cooked Comed Beef, select
and appetizing. Chicken Loaf, Ham Loaf and Veal Loaf,
delicately seasoned. Vienna Sausage, Genuine Deviled
Ham and Wafer Sliced Dried Beef , for sandwiches and
IniUI on Libby' at your gtocer'i
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago
Beat Milton's Record.
Student 1 read that Milton spent
fifteen days on ono pago when writing
Convict That's nothing. I havo
boon on ono sentence six years.
Tho man who drinks llko a fish docs
not tako kindly to wator.
fWb i W end supplies. Largest
kUlAn bouse In the went. All
ElUICEllllft Eastman goods. Wepay re
KinHwlliniU turn postage on finishing.
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Studont Oh, no, sir.
Professor Then what olso is thor
In tho room to laugh at?
Tho opportunities that go astray aro
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