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THE 8EMLWEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA.
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MID-WEST ELECTRIC CO.
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uuting uiotning, (Jumping Supplies,
Kodaks, Fishing Tnckle. SEND FOR CATALOG.
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For correct quotations on
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forf INTEREST PAID
O " You on all Savings
We also loan money on dwellings and business
property. Incorporated in 1893. Write or call on
us. Under supervision of State Banking Dept.
BANKERS' SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
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IT PAYS TO
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our quotation list that you may
compare our prices with others
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OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS, OMAHA, NEB.
Market your cream where It will net yon the moat
oinimr Tim Fulruioiit Creamery Company
uii.'i;iiu iiiouriinibuiii wjirt7"iuur lean UI M-
; yuurcream hj iuis company
market value In payment;
III save ex
perience, llr thlDDlnir yuurcream to tula conmanr
juu m,( receive lull marani Tfl
your cliock will beam! Ton dally:
irti ennrrraana your cans win Da returned mora
; ynu wl
linimpilr They guarantee u net routromUlotoll.ua
inure per can tor your cream than you can get by
iFllint' li at home. Hulptolbanearmi NhraWu 1na
birr, i i.Hu art 1ku4 at 0k, Inn Ui t.J u-
The nvcruKU womnn llttlo under
stands tho extent to which she holds
the happiness, the health, nnd the
rhnrnctor of those for whom sho cooks,
In the hollow of her hand. Dyspepsln
which turns nil the colors of life's
rnlnbow to tho blnckiiesH of despnlr,
never comes through the llendlshnosfi
of those who lmto us. It Is n bllirht
upon our lives which Is brought to us
by thoso who serve our breakfasts,
dinners and suppers. Isabel Thurs-by.
FOR THE DAINTY HOME TABLE
Where chestnuts arc plentiful one
mny have many delightful dishes,
which give both variety
Cream of Chestnut
Soup. Shell a pint of
chestnuts, cover with
boiling water and boll a
minute or two to loosen
the brown skin, then dasli
Into cold wilt or when
the skin will be easily removed. Add
to them one quart of hot chicken or
vcul stock with a slice of onion and a
stalk of celery; simmer ten minutes
Press through a sieve and return to
the heat, add a pint of scalded milk
and thicken with two tablespoonful
each of butter and Hour well mixed
and cooked together. Season to taste,
simmer live minutes and serve hot.
Chestnut Stuffing. Prepare three
cupfuls of chestnuts by shelling and
blanching, add a half teaspoonful of
salt and cook until tender. This will
take about fifteen minutes. Drain and
mash fine with a fork add n table
spoonful of butter, pepper and three
tablespoonfuls of cream. Melt one ta
blespoonful of butter, mix well with one
cupful of dry bread, add to the chest
nuts and It Is ready to use.
Nut and Olive Salad. Put a cupful
of shelled walnuts In u saucepan, add
two slices of onion, one-half a tea
spoonful of sail, one bay leaf and one
blade of mace. Cover with boiling
water and boll ton minutes. Throw
into Ice water until ohllkfd, then drain
and dry on a towel. Cut four hard
cooked eggs in quarters, two dozen
olives In long strips ; mix the nuts and
olives and marinate with French dress
lug; turn out on a platter lined with
lettuce leaves and garnished with eggs,
Pepper Hash. Tnke four red pep
pers, five green ones, six onions, two
heads of cabbage, all chopped fine,
sprinkle with a cupful of salt and let
stand over night. In the morning,
drain and ndd one cupful of sugar, one
ounce each of celery seed, mustard
seed and vinegar to qover well. Cover
with a plate, tie over a clean cloth and
use In ten dnys.
Quick Chocolate Frosting. Heat
three tablespoonfuls of coffee, melt
three tablespoonfuls of butter In tho
coffee, and turn while boiling hot over
a cupful of powdered sugar mixed
with three tablespoonfuls of cocoa
Stir and spread at once upon the
An aspiration Is a Joy forover. To
huvo many of theso Is to be spiritually
Few things come to those who wait
for others to do things for them.
THREE MEALS A DAY.
The conditions and nrlces all over
the land are bringing our housewives
to put m o r u
thought and prep
aratlon on the food
for the f a m 1 1 y,
Where the need Is
not urgent to bo
economical tho loy
alty of our women
will cause them to
use every effort to
save. The amount of food serveil In
hotels, restaurants, and in homos, linn
been considerably lessoned anil u-lrii
out any feeling of dissatisfaction for
the men of the family realize thnt
their complaints will hinder the good
In countless ways skim milk nmv
be used in place of whole milk. sav.
ing just half the expense In milk. All
the valuable food materials are left
In milk with tho exception of fat. A
teaspoonful of fat saved from the
meat platter or brollint: nan will when
multiplied many times In tho course
or a week, make fat enough to enrich
Maryland Chowder. , Use eoiml
parts of cunned corn and tomatoes,
If the quantities vary It Is still all
rltrht. If the tomatoes urn think nii
n little water, a tablespoonful of
minced onion or a little cold boiled
onion. . Pare and slice thin then nnr.
boll three potatoes. Add these to the
chowder and simmer until tender.
Lastly add a pinch of soda, a cupful
of hot milk, a tablespoonful of butter
nnd thicken with a tablespoonful of
cornstarch which has been rubbed
smooth In a llttlo tnlllc. Serve verv
hot with crisp saltlnes.
Grapefruit Salad. Tnke
sized Krnpefrulf. one head of rri KTl nn.
dive, which has been shredded very
flue. Take out the pulp of a grape
fruit mixing all the Juice. Put all In
to a salad bowl with the mwii Vn ntwl
dress with two tablespoonfuls of oil,
two teaspoonfuls of suirar. a lmif.ti.n.
spoonful of ,alt and a few dashes of
red pepper. Toss and mix well add
ing more seasoning If needed. A dash
of vinegar may be needed If the lthiu..
fruit Is viry sweet.
Tho more rotnmon secret of want of
success In llfo Is a tendency to let
things drift. It Is not so much the
missing ono opportunity, or the com
mitting one blunder, us tho lavish
waste of nil forces-opportunities
which In vurlous shapes come within
tho grasp. It Is tho slovenliness of
men nnd women which for tho most
part makes their lives so unsatisfactory.
When making fudge and It Is almost
ready to turn out. set the pan in hot,
water to keep It
and spread be
tween g r a h a ni
crackers, put them
back in the box so
they will harden
in the light shape.
dlno. Hollow ovt
little cup cakes, thoso made of siKingu
cake mixture are best; 1111 with the
following : Rub three cupfuls of prune
pulp through a colander, add a table
spoonful of gelntin dissolved In two
cupfuls of boiling water, sugar to
taste, n dash of lemon Juice and one
cupful of whipped cream folded In.
Set In a cool place to harden and do
not put Into the cakes until It begins
to set. Do not throw away the wa
ter In which the hamlxme was cooked,
save It to flavor navy beans when
cooking Instead of water, the remain
der muy be used to cook the cabbage
for some meal, giving it a lino sea
soning. Small bits of ham too small to ho
used In other ways, may be ground
mid mixed with various seasonings;
mustard among them nnd used as
sandwich tilling, or .ndd to a white
sauce or to an omelet, not even a ta
blespoonful should be wasted.
Cauliflower With Onion Sauce.
Iioll tho cauliflower and place In a
dish which mny be put Into the oven
nnd used as a serving dish. Add ono
cupful of boiled onion, put through a
sieve, to a cupful of cream, heat and
season with salt and pepper then stir
In the yolk of an egg well beaten.
Pour over the cnullflower, sprinkle
with fourth-Inch cubes of bread
browned In butter and serve very hot.
Onions Stuffed With Sausage. Par
boll 1 good-sized onions until brown,
changing the water if tho vegetable
Is very strong. Drain and remove tho
centers, All with pork sausage, round
ing the top. Bake about an hour bast
ing four or live times with tho drip
ping in the pan. Serve without sauco
if with chops or turkey.
And the finest fellow of nil would
be tho ono who could be glad to have
lived because tho world was chlelly
miserable, and his life had como to
help some one who needed It. George
A luxury Is a thing wo can do with
out; a necosslty Is a thing wo must
have. Tho luxuries of our grandmoth
er's time have become the necessities
of the day.
GOOD THINGS OLD AND NEW.
Kor the meatless day try this
Nut Filled Potato. Uake until soft
and mealy six good sized
potatoes, prick them to
let out the steam then
cut In halves where they
were pricked. With a
sharp spoon scoop out
the potato and turn It
Into a warm mixing bowl,
mash and mix with
cream, salt, butter, minced parsley, a
little poultry seasoning and a cupful of
nut meats that have been put throuuh
the meat chopper; beat with a fork
until light nnd creamy then return
to the shells which after dusting with
buttered crumbs are placed In tho
oven to brown. Serve with sprays of
Harvard Salad. Dice sufllclent crlsn
celery to fill two large cups, uddlng
chopped radishes, six minced olives,
one small cupful of chopped nut meats,
two diced hard cooked eggs: blend
tho Ingredients well, moisten with may
onnaise dressing and arrange In nests
of lettuce. Ppur over a tablespoon
ful of the dressing, garnish with tri
angles of beets and grated egg yolk.
Nut and Pecan Salad. Soak half a
pound of prunes overnight then cook
until tender and the liquid Is all ab
sorbed. When the prunes are cold,
cut the flesh from the stones In length
wise slices, pour over these three to-
blespoonfuls of orange Julco or any
canned fruit Juice and set aside In a
cool place. Cut up a cupful of pecan
nut meat Into three or four pieces each,
add half a teaspoonful of salt, three
spoonfuls of olive oil and a tablespoon
ful and u half of lemon Juice, nour
over the prunes and nuts; mix well
and add more seasoning If needed.
Servo on crisp leaves of lettuce with
roast of lamb.
Cheese Canapes. Cut slices from a
loaf of wholu wheat bread, stamp In
circles, toasting to a golden brown,
butter lightly nnd spread with a crenm
cheese which has been icnshed to a
paste with salt, thick crenm. half n
cupful of chopped red peppers, canned.
Cover tho toast with this and garnish
each canape with rings cur. from stuffed
Lived In Land of the Ukulele.
"I sec by tho newspapers that the
former queen of Hawaii Is dead," said
"Her namo was Ukulele, wasn't It?'
"No, It was Ltlluokalanl, nnd she
was a famous person for an Island
"Well, It doesn't nintter about tho
name. She lived In tho lnud of tho
ukuleles." Indianapolis News.
No Reason for Complaint.
Sergeants nre seldom at a loss for,
nn apt remnrk. A raw recruit, tho
sleeves of whoso tunic were six Inches
too long, nnd whoso trousers sagged
moro than Charlie Chaplin's, presented
himself before his noncommissioned
ofllcer and complained of the fit.
"Nonsense I" retorted tho sergeant.
"Why, It ilts absolutely lovely. You
look as If you'd been melted and
poured In 1"
"Ilnve you heard from your boy
"Not in n long time," replied Farm
"Why, ho ought to write every dny."
"Well, we don't think so. Ills object
In enlisting was to work with a rifle,
not a fountain pen."
"Did you tell tho cook thnt she must
"And what did she say to that?"
"She said we could out as llttlo as
we wanted to, but her family couldn't
live on less than sho's been taking
home every day."
The Real Slackers.
There are some who nro not doing
anything to help because they think
tho war will bo over soon. Men have
died because their folks didn't think
them sick enough to call a doctor. Exchange.
KIDNEY TROUBLE NOT
Applicants for Insuranco Often
An examining physician for one of the
n ... .' l : r j ,
ftumiuvui. mc insurance companies, in an
interview of tho subject, made tho as
tonishing statement thnt ono reason why
sp many applicants for insuranco arc re
jected is because kidney trouble is so com
mon to the American people, nnd tho large
majority of thoso whoso applications arc
declined do not even suspect that they
have the disease.
Judging from reports from druggists
who are constantly in direct touch with
the public, there Is ono preparation that
has been very successful in overcoming
theso conditions. Tho mild and healing
influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It stands tho highest for
its remarkable record of success.
Wo find that Swamp-Root is strictly
an herbal compound and wo would ad
vise our readers who feel in need of such a
remedy to give it a trial. It is on sale
st nil drug stores in bottles of two sizes,
medium and large.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing bo sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
An amateur Is a very young person
who believes he keeps nil the profes
To Cure. Cold In One Day
Take LAX ATI V if UHOMO QU1NIN11 Tablets.
Drtiftilata refund money It It falls to cure. II. W.
QllOVH H tig-nature Is on each box. BOo.
Love Is a malady of tho mind thnt
swells the heart and knocks tho stuf
fing out of the pockethook.
Beautiful, clear white clothes delights
the laundress who uses lied Cross Bali
Blue. All grocers. Adv.
Wnshlngton is urged to use auto
drivers as extra police.
Chicago registered 3,700 auto thefts
In the first half of this year.
Always Have PERUNA
Mrs. L. A. Patterson, 1399 Kentucky T M
SC., Memphis, Tennessee, writes: aOJT . . , S?
"I havo been a 'friend of Peruna GOUllS yvJ-fl'fiff
for many yeare. I havo used It off JaT1 1J I t7ta
and oil for catarrhal complaints nnd 111(1 IsOlClS 14 MS.
found It a very excellent remedy. .1 -$iR;
I "havo a small family of children, in 1116
Tlmoa nro hard with us, but lean n n J
Bcarcoly afford to do without Pom- 001X16. KeCOITllTieilCl
na, .especially during the season of 1 f . T 11
the year when coughs And colds it tO VlXt JNeigllbOrS.
nro prevalent. Wo always rocom-
piond Porunn to our neighbors, for Those who objeot to liquid medl
the turnout It boa boon to us." olnes can procure Peruna Tablets.
Or Distemper In stallions, brood mares, colts and nil others Is
mcst destructive. The germ cauelqe the disease must bs re
moved from the body or the animal. To prevent the trouble
the same must be done.
Will do both cure the sick and prevent those "exposed" from
having the disease, CO cents and II a botllo; $S nnd 110 the
sloxen. All drue-R-lsts. harness houses, or manufacturers.
Sl'OIUV BIISIUCAI, CO., Blanafuctureni, Uoahcn, IniL, U.S.A.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Color!esorPale Faces 2$!TF?fi!r
condition which will be greatly helped by barter SlrOnrillS
Profit From Wheat
The war's devastation of
European crops has caused
an unusual demand forgrain
from the American Conti
nent The people of the world must
be fed and wheat near $2 a buuhel
offers great profits to the farmer.
Canada's invitation is therefore
especially attractive. She wants
settlers to make money and happy,
prosperous homes for themselves by
helplnz her raise immense wheat crops.
Yob can get a Homestead ef 1G0 acres FREE
and other lands at remarkably low prices. During many
years Canadian wheat fields have averaned 20 bushels to
the acre many yields as high as 45 bushels to the acre.
Wonderful crops also of Oats, Barley and Flax.
Mixed fannlns as profitable an Industry as grain rais
ins The excellent Brasses fuU of nutrition are the only
food required for beef or dairy purposes. Good schools,
churches, markets convenient, climate excellent.
There Is an extra demand for farm labor to replace the
many youni tnon who bare volunteered tur the war. Tbo
QoTernmenl la urtlnj farmers to put extra aereaie Into
grr.ln. Write for literature and particulars as to redaoed
railway rates to Bupt. of ImmlgraUon, Ottawa, Canada, or
W. V. DENNETT
Room A, Dee Oldg., Omaha. Neb.
Canadian Government Agent
It Has Air Been Said.
"Are you getting ready to make a big
speech In congress?"
"No," answered Senator Sorghum;
"not unless a new topic develops. I
think I have offered or listened to
every possible observation on every
conceivable subject nvallablo up to
"Just look how those old mnlds nre
almost dragging that young drummer
Into their hotel."
"Yes It's what might be called the
Haul of tho Ancients."
"Smiley snys all sport Is too tame."
"Why don't you suggest nlrplano
polo to him?" Lamb.
Tragedy of the Cuisine.
"Did you tell Uio cook she mUBt
"Yes," replied young Mrs. Torklns.
"Sho asked mo whnt It meant nnd I
said to avoid waste. Sho said she hod
no moro waist thnn I hnvo nnd It was
nobody's business anyhow; and sho'o
going to leave tomorrow."
"It costs Algernon threo cents to
send you a letter now."
"Yes," replied Miss Cnyenno; "as
with most articles tho price goea up,
but the quality does not Improve."
"What Is to be dono with all these
bills on hand?"
"Why, foot 'cm."
must learn not to
neglect their health
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aavrr uiucu ai c IVCJIUICU IU IlCalUl ''It
flnartanhiirf.. ft f! utp.l. r
iered from backacho, woaknoas, and irregu
larities so I could hardly do my work. I
tried many remedies but found no perma
nent relief. After taking Lydla E. 1'lnk
barn's Vegetable Compound I felt a groat
cuango ior me oouer anu am now woll and
strong so i havo no troublo ia doing my work.
71 eat r
I hope every user of Lydla E. V
Vegetable Compound will got as gi
en I Hlil frnm lt nm " f a r i
- wtiw. O. kj, AJ , ill
123 Dewey Ave., Spartanburg, S. 0.
Chicago, 111. "For about two years I suf
fered from a. femalo troublo so I was unable
to walk or do any of my own work. I road
about Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vegetablo Com
pound In the newspapers and determined to
try it. It brought almost immediate relief.
My weakness has entirely disappeared and I
never had bettor health. I weigh 1(53 pounds
and am as strong as a man. I thluk money
is well spent which purchases Lydla E.l'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Jos
O'Biitaw, 1753 Newport Aye., Chicago, IlL
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