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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1917)
THE 8EMIAVEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
G L A S
Chew it after
Canada Offers 160 Acres
Free to Farm Hands
Bonus of Western Canada
The demand for farm labor in Canada is great As an inducement
to secure the necessary help at once, Canada will give.
ONE HUNDRED AND
LAND FREE AS
and allow the time of the farm laborer, who has filed on the land, to
apply as residence duties, the same as if he actually had lived on it.
This special concession is the reduction of one year in the time to
complete duties. Two years' residence instead of three as heretofore,
but only to men working on the farms for at least six months in 1917.
This appeal for farm help is in no way connected with enlistment
for military service but solely to increase agricultural output. A won
derful onnortunitv to secure a farm and draw crood waeres at the same
time. Canadian Government will
rj t i r..i ji i t-
miie irom or., raui or uuiuin to tanaaian destination, miormauon
as to low railway rates may be had on application to
W. V. DENNETT, Room 4, Dee Dldg., Omaha, Nebr.
Canadian Government Agent
Wo don't feel so sorry for the inun
and woman who were divorced they
nnd brought their troubles upon thorn
solves. But our heart went out to their
child poor, little lonely kiddie! We
went to see him. He looked pathetic
to us, and as we had feared, he hnd a
prematurely wise expression on his
little face, says tho Cleveland 1'laln
"Do you get lonesome?" was asked.
"Nope," ho responded quickly.
"The court lets mnmma come to see
uio Mondays, nnd papa comes to see
mo Tuesdays. On Wednesdays, the
man that's stuck on mamma calls, nnd
on Thursdnys the woman thnt papa's
going to mnrry comes to see me. My
grnndpnrents scrap over mo on Fri
days and Saturdays." He drew a deep
sigh, then his faco brightened, and
"But, thank goodness, I have my
Sundnys to myself I"
Mrs. Knlcker Did you enjoy tho
Mrs. Newrlch Yes; I think she's a
flno commotlonnl actress.
hut remember there is Onffy One
That Is the Original
axa?iv Bromo uuimne
as the name
The third of the
Good for teeth,
Have it always
with you it's
a boon to the
in hot work or
on long auto
Land to Men Assisting in
SIXTY ACRES OF
pay all fare over one cent per
if i? Tr ?
The Modern Law.
"Look here, sheriff," said the Irate
householder, "this section Is filled with
second-story men nnd snenk-thleves.
My house has been robbed live times
In the three weeks. Do I get any
protection from you, or don't I?"
"I hnve done nil I can for you, Mr.
Bllckensdorf," returned the weary of
ficer. "I warned you nfter the second
'robbeiy to move out of that house, and
It Isn't my fault If you continue on
there knowing thnt these burglars are
after your stuff."
Couldn't Suit Her.
"Do you guarantee these colorH
fast?" asked tho customer at the ho
"Certnlnly not, mndam," replied tho
new clerk In the fullness of his knowl
edge. "Black Is never considered n
fast color, you know. But I can show
you something pretty swift In stripes."
If life hands you a lemon adjust your
rose colored glasses nnd start to sell
ing pink lemonade.
Polish mirrors with a cloth soaked
In alcohol, followed by a soft, dry
on Every Box
Vmmd tha World Ovmi tm
Oura m Ooltl G
In Onm Dmy.
w aaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
To bo what wo are, niul to become,
whnt wo nru capalilo of becoming, Ih
the only end ot life.
Ono cannot always bo a hero, but
one can always be a mini.
Let us have some old-fashioned Eng
lish crumpets. About an hour (or
longer If the weath
er Is cold) before
you wish to serve
the crumpets, dis
solve half a yeast
cake In a quarter
of a cupful of warm
wnter, adding half
a tenspoouful of
sugar. Mix togeth
er one cupful of water, ono cupful of
milk, one tahlespoonful of lard, and
scnld It. Tool and ndd to tho yeast
with enough Hour to make a soft hat
ter. Upon the thinness of the batter
depends the success of the crumpets.
Cover tho bowl containing this mix
ture and let rise In a warm place an
hour, or until Its bulk Is double. Heat
n griddle; when warm, grease It with
butter or pork fat. Orense the mullln
rings and place them on the griddle.
Fill nbout one-third full with the very
soft sponge. Cover tire rings and let
the crumpets bake slowly until double
their height, then Increase the heat to
make the griddle very hot, and con
tinue baking until the crumpets are
brown on the bottom. When done they
are white, -soft, full of holes on top.
Lay nwny In pairs, the top sides to
gether, until cold. Then toast, spread
them with butter nnd serve piping hot
Dutch Stuffed Doughnut. This Is
the standby In all Holland homes. Take
three cnpfuls of bread dough, add one
fourth of n cupful of butter, ono cupful
of sugar, with nutmeg and cinnamon
for sensonlng. When well worked to
gether udd two eggs slightly benlen
without separating. Boll this out
rather thin, cut In rounds the size of
n teacup, put a spoonful of jelly or
Jam. or u thick boiled custard. In the
middle; pinch the edges together ns
one does apple dumpling, smooth Into
n round ball nnd drop Into hot fat.
When done roll In powdered sugar.
Servo with coffee or chocolate or tea.
In Holland they are served with the
Alexandria Ice. Wash carefully
half u pound of lnrge raisins, seeded
and stemmed and cut In halves. Let
them stand overnight In n cupful of
orange Juice to which a tnblespoonful
of sugar bus been added. Put enough
dry macaroons through the food chop
per to make half a cupful. Whip two
cnpfuls of cream until stiff, add a cup
ful of powdered sugar, the crumbs,
tho raisins nnd the orange. Turn the
mixture into Individual molds and pack
In ice nnd salt five hours.
Chicken au Rlz. Cut chicken breast
Into thin slices, place In n dish nnd
surround It with cooked rice. Pour
over It a rich white sauce, add an egg
yolk und sprinkle the whole with pa
prika. Sweet Is tho phrase that even few
Doth Bpenk of pleasant thoughts and
nemembrnnco: for thero's no separa
tion though apart
Twlxt friend and friend.
SOUR CREAM DISHES.
Sour cream makes a most delicious
shortening for any kind of flour mix-
Feather Cake. Take
a cupful of thick sour
cream, one cupful of sug
ar, two cupfuls of sift
ed Hour, one egg well
beaten, one-half ten
spoonful of suit, one
teaspoonful of soda, a
teaspoonful of vanilla
and a teaspoonful of
baking powder. Mix the
dry ingredients nnd sift with the Hour.
Nut Cake Tnke three-fourths of a
cupful of thick sour cream, one cupful
of sugar, one and a half cupfuls of
Hour, one cupful of chopped nuts, one
egg, one-half teaspoonful each of salt
nnd soda. Flavor to taste und hake
In u loaf nearly nn hour. Sour cream
one cupful, brown sugar one cupful,
and a half cupful of nuts added after
the first two have been boiled togeth
er until wuxy, mnkes n most delicious
Southern Gingerbread. Take one
cupful of thin sour cream, two-thirds
of a cupful of butter, one cupful of
molasses, one cupful of brown sugar,
two cupfuls of rulslns, four eggs, one
and a half quarts of flour, one tahle
spoonful of ginger, one teaspoonful
each of sodu, cinnamon, cloves und
grated lemon peel. This luukes a
Black Cake of 1823. Tnke a cupful
of sour cream, ono cupful of molasses,
ono pound of sugar, one pound of
Hour, one pound of currants, one
pound of rulslns, one-hulf pound of
citron, one-hn'f pound of chopped figs,
one-half pound of almonds, three
fourths of a pound of butter, ten eggs
leuvlng out the whites of two. one ten
spoonful of xodu, two teuspoonfuls of
cinnamon, one of cloves, one of all
spice, four tublespoonfuls of ornnge
mnrmnlado. Bake In n slow oven.
Cream Cake. Tuko a cupful of sour
-ream, one cupful of sugar, two cup-
mfi 11 V '' ''
fuls of Hour, two teaspoonfuls of bak
ing powder, two eggs, one-half tea
spoonful each of salt and soda, a ten
spoonful of vanlllit. Bake In gem pans
nnd sprinkle with granulated sugar,
put a raisin In the top of each.
I ilo tho best 1 know, the very best
I can; ami I mean to keep rlKlit on
itolnR ro until tho cm!. If tho end
brlnss mo out nil rlRht, wlmt la said
npnltiHt mo won't amount to any
thing if tho end bring mo wrong,
ten U'Kioiis of aiiKots swoarliiB 1 was
rlRtit would innkc no difference Ab
GOOD DISHES FOR VARIOUS
The following Is n dish much prized
by our Belgian cousins; nnd Is most
Belgian Hash. Soak n
half cupful of prunes, a
half cupful of currants
over night, add two fine
ly chopped hoeJs of a
pig cooked until tho meat
drops from the bones,
add tho soaked fruit,
a half cupful of sugar,
three-fourths of a cupful
of vinegar nnd n fourth
of a cupful of water, a half a grated
nutmeg and u pinch of salt. Put Into
the oven nnd cook until tho liquid Is
absorbed. More sugar Is liked by
thoxe who originated this dish, often
using a cupful to the above umount,
but to the uninitiated half that quan
tity Is a great plenty.
Head Cheese. Boll three hocks un
til the Incut falls from the bones, sen
son as dcslrod, drain und cool. Chop
coarsely, add a chopped onion, pepper,
suit und nutmeg, add tho liquor and
mold. Slice when cold.
Orange Chestnut and Raisin Salad.
Take a cupful of well-cooked chest
nuts, two orunges nnd half a cupful
of raisins soaked or steamed In n lit
tle orango Juice. Carefully break tho
oranges after peeling into small bits,
ndd tho chestnuts nnd rulslns nnd
heap on bond lettuce, serving with a
tahlespoonful of mayonnaise or any
Meat Loaf With Hard Cooked Eggs.
Chop and mix one pound each of
raw beef and veal with a fourth of a
pound of snlt pork. Add one-half tea
spoonful each of thyme and marjoram,
or a teaspoonful of poultry seasoning
nnd a half teaspoonful of onion Juice,
a tahlespoonful of chopped parsley
and snlt and pepper to taste. Mix
with half a cupful of bread crumbs
und two well beaten eggs. Butter u
mold nnd fill It half full with tho
meat mixture. On this place length
wise two whole hard cooked eggs,
then fill the mold and cover with but
tered crumbs. Bake ono nnd n half
hours In n sjow oven. When served,
If carefully sliced there will be u ring
of egg In onch slice.
It is the every day foods thnt give
variety without adding to tho expense
of tho living which
Fill a medium
sized buklng dish
with ulternute lay
ers of stale bread
crumbs und finely
II 'I'llI 1 'l
minced ham. Cover
with two cupfuls of milk, threo weM
bonten eggs, u pinch of mustard
mixed with the salt needed to seuson,
a dnsh of red pepper and buttered
crumbs reserved to place on top after
It Is set. Bake in u modernto oven
the dish placed In hot water. Cook 10
minutes or until the custard Is
Graham Bread. To a pint of but
termilk add a teaspoonful of sodu,
hulf a cupful of sugur, one cupful of
flour, one-hulf cupful of eommeul anil
tw- cupfuls of graham Hour, one-hulf
cupful of molnsses und u tenspoouful
of salt. Bake one und n hulf hours.
The sugnr may he omitted If It Is too
sweet for the taste.
French Corn Muffins. f renin n half
cupful of butter with a hulf cupful of
sugnr. ndd n half cupful of sweet milk
three cupfuls of Hour, one-half cupful
of qoniineiil and three teaspoonfuls
of linking powder slfttyl with the flour.
Baked Cabbage. Souk u bend of
cnbbuge on hour In cold water, after
cutting It Into eighths, then boll ten
minutes. Place It after draining Into
a baking dish, cover with u tablespoon
fill of butter mixed with u tablespoon
fill of Hour, one cupful of milk und
salt and pepper to taste. Cover with
bread crumbs und huke one hour.
Lemon Pie With Two Crusts. Chop
line one lurge tart apple, add one egg,
the pulp and Juice of u lemon, one
cupful of sugar, one tnblespoonful of
butter, ndd u little of the lemon rind
but not uny of tho thick white Inner
rind. Unite slowly with two crusts.
Ham Patties. Take one cupful of
chopped hum mixed with two cupfuls
of bread crumbs, add milk to moisten.
Put tho mixture Into well-buttered
gem puns and breuk tin egg In each,
sprinkle thickly with buttered crumbs
and seasoning. Bake until the eggk"
THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE"
$3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 S5 $6 $7 & $3 aVJn
Snvo Money by Wearing W. L. Douglas
shoes. For snlo by over OOOO shoo dealers.
The Best Known Shoes In tho World.
VJ. L. Dougl.ii name and the retail price is stamped on tho bot
" torn of all jhoei at the factory. The value u guaranteed and
the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The
retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San
Francisco than they do in New York. They are always worth the
price paid for them.
'TTie quality of W. L. Douglas product Is guaranteed by more
than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart
styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America.
Thev are mad in a wtl.rtiiinfwl am, rttM.t.nn f ...
by the highest paid, skilled slioomakers, under
supervision of experienced men, all working
acicrminanon to make tne best shoes tor the
Aak your .hoe denier for TV. T nonclns shoot. If Iio can.
not unpi.ly you with th hind you wnnt, tnfco no othor
nmltfi, Wrlto for Interesting booklot exhlnlnlnc how to
Eot linraof the. hlchent tnndnrit of quality for the price
J return nutll, puttie;o froo.
.n tho bottom.
Farm Hands Wanted
Western Canada Farmers
farm labourers at once. Urgent demand sent out for farm
help by the Government of Canada.
Good Wages Steady Employment
Low Railway Fares
Ploasant Surroundings Comfortable Homes
No Compulsory Military Service
Farm hands from the United States are absolutely guar
anteed against conscription.
cure farm help to replace Canadian farmers who have en
listed for the war.
A splendid opportunity
gate Western Canada's agricultural offerings, and to do so
at but little expense.
Only Those Aooustomod to Farming Nood Apply
For particulars as to railway
or any other information regarding
W. V. UENNETT.'Room 4, Dee Dldg., Omaha, Nebr.
Canadian Government Asent
A Turn Down.
Tho Into Jack London onco nrriuiKed
with 11 mngnzlne editor to do n nliort
Btory for $l,fi(K).
"And," said London, hopefully, the
donl being concluded, "can I have the
money now, beforo I write the stuff?"
Tho editor pive a laugh and n shrug.
"Your stories, my dear London," he
snld, "nro immortal, but you, unfortu
nately, nro not."
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
Qlrlsl Beautify Your Hair! Make It
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant Try
the Moist Cloth.
Try ns you will, nfter nn nppllcntlon
of Dundcrlue, you cannot llnd a slnglo
trace of dandruff or falling hnlr nnd
your scnlp will not Itch, but what will
plenso you most, will be nfter a few
weeks' use, when you see now hnlr,
flno nnd downy nt first yes but renl
ly now hair growing nil over tho
A little Dnnderino lmmcdlntcly dou
bles tho henuty of your hnlr. No differ
ence how dull, faded, brittle nnd
scraggy, Just moisten n cloth with
Dnnderino and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking ono smnll
strnnd at n time. Tho effect Is Im
modlnto nnd amazing your hnlr will
bo light, fluffy and wnvy, nnd have nn
nppenrnnco of nbundnnco; nn incom
pnrablo luster, softness nnd luxuri
ance, the beauty und shimmer of truo
Get n 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Dnnderino from any storo nnd provo
thnt your hair Is as pretty nnd soft
as uny thnt It hns been neglected or
Injured by cnrcless treatment that's
The Likeliest One.
"Whom shull we send to wrlto up
this benr story?"
"Why not send u cub reporter?"
Faint heart may sometimes win a
fair lady, but it takes a stout heart
to hold her.
To Prevent Old Age
Coming Too Soon !
"Toxic poisons In the blood nro thrown
out by tho kidneys. Tho kidneys net ns
filters for bucIi products. If wo wish to
prevent old nge coming too soon nnd In
crenso our chances for a long life, wo
should drink plenty of pure wnter and
take n little Anurlc," snys tho world
famed Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y.
When suffering from bnckache, fre
quent or scanty urine, rheumatic pains
here or there, or that coustnut tired,
worn-out feeling, the slmplo wuy to
overcome these disorders Is merely to
obtain a little Anurlc (double strength)
from your nearest druggist und you will
quickly notice the grand results. You
will find It ninny times more potent
than lltliln, nnd that It dissolves uric
acid as hot water docs sugur.
OR. KNOLLENBERG'S D. C. SANITARIUM
If You .SiifTer With ACUTi: AND OllltOMO IHSISASHH, In vrllitalc Or. Kuol-
IrnlirrK'n New Druufrit Treiititu-nt.
ICOII IllinUMATISM, I.UMIIAflO, MHJIlAI.fil A, KIDN13V AM) IIKAHT
My Ounriinlrr for Nprolnl 'I'rriif mriit You Don't l'ny If 1 Full.
If you remain In my sanitarium under my care nnd treatment.
These treatments not only benefit, hut eradicate poisonous aecumula
loas from the system. .
i Ofllce uuj Suulturluni ZUU imd Frnisiii (fix. IMmur Ddiitf, 7205,
the direction and
with an honest
price that money
Boy a Shoe
Best in tha World
$3.00 $2.50 & $2.00
I)omc1m. Slum C0..1
185 Hpark St., llrookton, Mass.
require 50,000 American
This advertisement is to se
for the young man to investi
rates and districts reciuirintr labour.
Western Canada apply to
A Worthy Example.
When Louis Mann llrst met hla
farmer neighbor, Shng Hosstnan, up
stnte, Sling was very much Interested
In the Thnsplnn.
"So yer u uotor, eh?" ho naked.
"Indeed, 'tis true," replied Mr.
"Ahem 1" euine from Mr. Mann.
"Some people say I nm."
"Well, you gotta go sonio to bent
n actor I seen In n show ono time,"
"So? What was he?"
"I've forgot his name," snld Shng,
switching his chew to the other
cheek, "hut I seen him with my own
eyes turn a buck somersault on top
of ii horse that was runnln'."
Dr. Pierce's Pellets nro best for liver,
bowels nnd xtomacli. One little Pellet for
a laxative tluee for a cathartic. Adv.
To clenn enninelwnre rub well with
dry salt and rinse In cold water, then
wlpo dry with n piece of cloth.
With tho advent of n correspondenco
barber school the end must bo nenr.
-IF YOU cm-
Inveit $25 cath and (w dollars i.iontlily,
you can become auociated with a company
that ihould return bin profit!. You will rccoi
nlzethe truth ol this ilalemenl when it It pre
sented to you. Thlt it not oil, mining or
chrme. Your banker or lawyer can O.K. out
tiutlnetl. Addreil l U. DIM 675, l ltlburt b. r
Can quickly be overcome by
act surely and
gently on the
ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE,
Genuine must bear Signature
A ST. JOSEPH MOTHER
St. Joseph, Mo. "During expectancy
I became all run
down, weak und
times I would
faint nwny nnd
He In these spoils
for two or threo
hours, I took
worse nil the
time. I decided
to try 'Favorite
Prescription,' for which I shnll nlwnys
ho thankful. It not only built mo up In
good health but saved my child. I hnd
u lino baby; it weighed eleven pounds
and hns always been henlthy." MItS.
FLOSSIE WALD13N, '28'2i S. 10th St.
" Fnvorlto Prescription Is put up In
both liquid and tablets. No alcohol or
narcotic. Ingredients on wrapper. For
sale by druggists.
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