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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TttlBUME, NORTH PLAXXE MtUKAtKA,
Appetizing Vienna Sausage
THE aroma of Libby's Vienna Sausage
tells you that it is delightfully seasoned.
The first taste that it is made of care
fully selected,meat seasoned to perfection.
Have Vienna Sausage for luncheon
today. Your husband your children
will ask for it again and again.
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago
The Dame 'JLIttlo boy, which Is the
quickest .way to get to the railway sta
tion?" The Kid "Run, lady."
"Can you suggest something nice
for a cold luncheon?"
"Sure; Ice pudding."
Bridging the Gap
From Steer to Steak
Live stock is raised on the
farms'and ranches of the West.
Meat is eaten in the large cities
of the East, and by our boys in
France thousands of miles
The day of transporting live
animals from ranch to seaboard
and overseas has passed. There
was too much waste. The mod
ern packer locates his large and
specialized plants in the produc
ing regions. He ships the dressed
beef in refrigerator cars, and
holds it in his own refrigerated
branch warehouses until deliv
ered to the retailer. For ship
ment to foreign ports, he
transfersthe meat to refrigerated
By means of his nation-wide organ
ization the modern packer maintains a
continuous flow of meats to all parts
of the country, so that each retailer
gets just the quantity and quality of
meat his trade demands, and at the
time he wants it. ,
Swift & Company recently shipped
1,000 carloads of meat products in one
week to our Armies and to the Allies.
Bridging the gap from ranch to con
sumer can be done successfully and
at low unit costs and profits only by
large business organizations.
Swift & Company's profit on meat,
always so small as to have practically
no effect on prices, is now limited by
the Government to about 2 cents on
each dollar of sales.
Year Book of Interesting and
Instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards, Chicago,Illinoi3
Swift & Company, U.S. A.
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for US.Marine Corps recruits.
APPLY AT ANY
SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEM
Time's Wonderful Changes.
My llttlo nephew and I wcro look
lug through eonio photographs and
found a plcturo of n baby In short
'Who's that?" nsked Forrest.
"That's your plcturo when you wero
n baby." I said.
"Well, that's funny," replied For
rest; "I was a girl then, and now J'm
a boy." Chicago Tribune.
Work, forgetting all responsibility ot I
time, appreciation or censure; enjoy
It or tnako boll eve you do and in time
you really will. Somebody has said
tlio thlnK which Is needed most In ov
cry-day llto Is Imagination; the lltt'e
child has a happy tlmo In "making bo
Hevc." Never got too old to "moko
Sour cream makes n most delicious
white sauco to servo with codfish or
with any 11 s h.
Care should bd ta
ken not to over
Take a fresh calf s
tongue, put It In
to .boiling water
and let It simmer
for two hours or
long enough to loosen tho skin easily.
Put four tablcspoonfuls of butter In
to n saucepan and when hot add a
cupful of small onions, one red pep
per, one and n. half teaspoonfuls of
salt and a tablespoonful of vinegar,
two small carrots chopped, one-half
pound each of dates and rnlslns, well
chopped, then ndd a pint of tho liq
uor In which tho tongue was cooked
nnd simmer ono hour. Remove the
tongue, thicken tho sauco and pour
around tho tongue when serving.
Scrambled eggs served with half n
cupful of grated cheese which Is Just
allowed to melt Is a most oppetlzlng
Stuffed Onions. Parboil good-sized
onions and stuff tho centers, chop
ping tho portion removed; ndd egg, a
llttlo flour, n clove of garlic chopped,
a half-cupful of grated cheese, butter,
6alt nnd pepper. Mix well and All
with tho well-blended mixture. Bako
until thorouRhly cooked.
Salmon Sandwich Filling. Tnko a
can of salmon, removing the bones nnd
skin, and put it through a sieve; add
to It two tablcspoonfuls of melted but
ter or substitute, n saltspoon of maco
and a dash or two of cayenne. Mix
tho paste very thoroughly and press
It Into small glasses, pour over a Iny
er of melted fat and keep In a cool
place. Nice for Sundny night lunch.
A chopped pickle may be added when
using tho pnste to give zest to It as
well ns variety.
Peanut and Rice Loaf. Take a cup
ful each of ground peanuts, fresh nnd
crisp; tomato, strained bread crumbs,
and cooked rice with salt, pepper and
paprika to taste. Mix all together
and steam ono hour. Sprinkle with
buttered crumbs nnd brown In the
oven. This Is n fine meat substitute.
Mold left-over cereal, such as oat
meal, In small cups. Unmold and
scoop out tho centers and fill with any
fresh fruit mixed with sugar; heap
over tho top sweetened whipped
cream, or a thin custard may be
served as a sauce.
She drosses nyo so clean and neat;
D tilth decent and gnnteel;
And then thoro'a stynethlng In her gait
Makes ony dross lock wool.
Tako a slice of round steak, covet
with a layer of sliced potatoes, n layer
of onions and on
top of those two
sliced green pep
pers. Season well
with salt and pep
per, add a pint ot
boiling water, cover
and let simmer
two hours. Rico
that has been cook
ed In milk may bo used for n most
appetizing loaf. Tako a tablespoon-
ful of peanut butter for each cup of
cooked rice, udd seasoning nnd moist
en with cither tomato or soup stock.
Bako until hot, cover with buttered
crumbs, and when they nro brown
serve In tho dish In which It Is bnked.
Noodles and Ham. Butter a bak
ing dish or quart mold nnd sprlnklo
thickly with lino bread crumbs, then
lino with cooked cold noodles. Put
In a layer of chopped ham, highly sea
soned, then a layer of noodles until tho
dish Is full. Cover and bako ono hour.
Turn out on n platter and serve with
spinach or sauerkraut.
Spiced Carrots. Cook young car
rots until tender, sprinkle with flour,
powdered cloves, butter and lemon
juice, reheat and serve with minced
pnrslcy as a garnish.
Rice Griddle Cakes. Mix two cup-
fuls of boiled rice with the samo
amount of milk, nnd let It stand over
night. In tho morning add two or
three cupfuls of corn flour sifted with
two or three teaspoonfuls of baking
powder, a dash of sugar, and salt to
taste. Beat until well mixed, add two
beaten eggs nnd fry on a hot grlddlo.
Beets With Spinach. Pick over,
wash, and put to cook a half peck of
spinach. Cook In unsaltcd water to
which a nlnch of soda has been added ;
do not cover. Near tho end of tho
cooking ndd a teaspoonful of sugar.
When tender, drain and chop. Add
butter, flour, throq tablcspoonfuls of
fnt and one of flour, with a hnlf cup)
ful of cream. Itchent and pack In a
border mold and let stand In hot wai
tcr to keep warm.
When ready to serve turn out on a
platter with buttered beets In the cen
ter. Garnish the platter with hardi
cooked ecus cut In eighths. This dish
Is not only a pleasing color combina
tion but tastes equally well.
teethe Itching Skins
WltS Outlcura. Batho with Outlcura
8oap and hot water, dry and apply the
Ointment This usually affords relief
tad points to speedy healtncnt For
free samples address, "Cutlcura, Dopt
X, Boston." At druggists and by malL
Soap 25, Ointment 25 .and 50. Adv.
Cant Qet Any Work Out of Him.
"How'a the world UBlng him?"
"Not at all. no's a slacker."
After n day of cloud and wind and
Sometimes tho netting sun breaks
And touching all the darksome woods
Smiles on the Melds until they laugh
Then like a ruby from tho horizon's
Drops down into the night.
LET US PLAN.
The women of our country nro di
vided Into two classes today not tho
loyal nnd disloyal,
for the great ma
jority of our Amer
ican women nro
keenly loyal. No
woman who reuds
and thinks can be
otherwise; but the
two classes arc tho
small number of
women who need not worry because of
expense, and the great number who
nniut count every pedn'y to make ends
Tho woman who must watch her
purse closely, that her family Is well
and economically fed, Is she who must
study food values, attend every lecture
on foods, where she may gain new
Ideas or Inspiration. We are con
futed very often In our Judgments of
food values by taking this or that food
nnd lenrnlng Its nutritive vnlUe, but
forgetting that different foods act upon
each other In tho digestive process,
thus producing a more highly nutritive
food than either taken separately.
There will always be something lack
ing in substituting ono food for an
other, Ittco nnd potatoes cannot take
tho placo of wheat, yot by nddlng a va
.rlety of foods to our diet tho health
of the body as well as Its growth rany
be kept up with no wheat ut all.
Tho housewife who must consider
cost, with food substitutes, Is tho
housewife who needs to study, nnd
over 80 per cent of our American worn
cn nro in that class.
When a butter substitute is used
on the table see that the family Iins
plenty of egg yolk nnd green vege
tables to supply the growth dotcrmln
nnt foulid In butter. It Is bettor, whero
ppsstble, to swvo butter to the grow
ing child and economize In somo other
We nre apt to feel that eggs used
In foods can bo saved, thus cutting
down expense ; but every egg added to
corn bread, HrtdtHa cakes, cake or pud
dj,ni; mi Just that much more food
vulue to the dish.
Cultivate ii serene, truthful mental
state and you need never trouble about
external things: they will all come
right without your worrying.
A FEW MEATLESS SOUPS.
When soup Is served In the raenl nl
a food rather than a preparation ol
tho stomach for hearts
foods Is should be pre!
pared with that end li
vlow. Cream soups nv'i
both nourishing and pab
atablc and may be used
freely ns n tnnln dish.
Asparagus Soup. In
these dnys of ovcrybodj
with a gnrden wo shouhj
navo our own asparagus
bed ; once started It will
bo a source of profit for years. Takq
a bundle of asparagus, cut off thd
heads and put them aside for a mora
delicate dish. Cover tho shoots, after
cutting In small pieces, with a quart of
water and cook until tho nsparagus Is
tender. Rub through n colander and
add this pulp with the liquor used In.'
cooking to n pint of milk. Cook to
gether two tablospoonftfls of corn of
barley flour and two tnblespoonfuls of
sweet fat; stir Into the soup nnd brliifj
to boiling point, servowitn popcorn.
Celery Soup. Put two tablespoon'
fuls of sweet fnt In a suueupan, and,
when bubbling hot add a slice of
onion; cook until brown, then udd a
pint of cabbage water (water saved
when cooking cnbbage), four carrots
ground fine, all stowed gently for on
hour In n tight kettle; then add two
tablespoonfuls of butter.
Turnip Soup. Put a iablespoonful
of butter, ono slice of onion nnd three
slices of carrot Into n saucepan and
stir over tho heat until the onion Is
yellow j then add four good-sized tur
nips which have been ground through
tho meat chopper. Covor nnd let sim
mer without wnter over slow heat.
There should bo n pint of pulp; after
20 minutes add a qunrt of milk, two
tnblespoonfuls of butter blended with
tho same amount of flour, using bar,
ley or corn flour; a half teaspoonfuj
of kitchen bouquet; salt and pepper tq
tnste. Servo with croutons.
Clear Tomato Soup. Add a pint of
wnter to a qunrt of tomatoes, a sllci
of onion, a half a bay loaf, a dash of
celery salt and a few celery tops, a
teaspoonful of salt and a chopped,
green pepper. Cook nil together 3ft
minutes, then bind with two tnble
spoonfuls of cornstarch and buttcfl
A dessert rich In eggs should bo
nerved at a meatless meal, and an egg-
less dessert may llkewlso follow a din
ner when meat Is served.
"YE8, I THINK 80.
Most any good soap will do, but Red
Cross Ball Blue la tho only bhte.
Makes tho greatest difference My
clothos nro a dream snowy white. I
can't uao liquid bluo. No, not me. Give
mo Red Croao Ball Blue and I'll bow
you eorao beautiful clothes. Adv.
Lufllngton had called up to his wlfet
"Aro you ready, dear?"
"In ono minute, darling," camo the
responso down tho stairs.
"Matrimony," soliloquized Lufllng
ton, ns ho lighted a fresh cigar, "does
not dispel all our Illusions. Before
our marrlago I thought every moment
I had to wait for her was an eternity,
and so It has turned out to bo."
Why, of Course Not
First Coed "Women always con
tradict one another." ftacond Coed:
"They do not" Punch Tlowl.
What is Castor la
C ASTORIA U a faarmleM Bubititate for Culor Oil, Fareseri
Drops Md SoothiBC Syrup. It la pleasant It ooetakw neither
Opfon, Morphine nor other Narcotic Bubttaaee. Its age ta ite W
aatee. For more tlian thirty years it kas been in constant use for, the relief
of CoMtipatioa, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying' FeverWa
new arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowek,,
aide the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Tho Kind You. Have Always Bought and which ban been in uao for over
80 years, baa borne the signature of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under
Vila nsmimil unnAnriflton itnc lin Inf anev. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-Good" are bat Experiments that
trifle witn and endanger tne neaiw or. rnianu ana
Children Experience arainst Experiment.
Genuine Castorla always bears the signature of :
MiL'r FOR YOUR ' STOMACH'S SAKE) tML
and Fay For U
It's the Acid Test
of Man and Eatonic
They Both Win!
JK talrea a bis man to stand nt
and ay "I am wrong and Trillins to
do right"! and it U needles to say
tbat thle poor aufferer will not want
far EATONIO as Ions aa be live.
rf To stomach (offerers and tboie
Mt setting fall stress Ut oat ot
their food, aufferwe xronj Indl-
geetion, dyspepala. sear stomach,
loaty, saiiy feeling after eatUsz.
stomach distress of any kind, we
ay. Go, tret a box of EATONIC to
day, use it according to too direc
tion! and you will knew vrbat teat
tomaah comfort. eoeana. Tena of
manoa au orer ids una ax uaimr
ajhiu ana usiuv to iisDoweraio
Teal. It tin toffer asotberday it M
EATONIO and testily to Itapowerat
Deal, is Tiro .
row own fault.
EATONIO coata Httla cent er two a
Most Startling Endormcst
Mr. A. tfiCraaaer. Regtatered Phanuaetat aaa
Dromitt of Piano, IHhiofa. Write seder data at
December X2.1MG s
Id my plaee ef boalnw I know will be at
Brent intciw. vu yuu, sou, a nope, ot n minau
humanity, morally and phyaleally,
tw mlaned a bar.
neither myaelf nor clerk bad aold It, I could
I keep a Quantity ox
MO pBeA oa w
box, and knowtes
account for I ta disappearance. Yeaterdaymornlsgr
a mas walked Into my, store and aaldi Air,
yranaar. owe yoa luiy cants xor a bos er
EATONfC wbtefc I ttola from roar abew eaaa. 1
aas bothered with atomaeh trouble i aad, ot tar.
tap the Bwaey to epar to seta box, I took tt,
EATONIC Aaa does mw moeb seed lay ceasel;
ence bothered Bi Bttii I bad to setae baaic aad
sy for It.
Thla It tha moiS w(ierful teathnonUl atata
neat in all Bay experience la the totereet of
any preparation. It la poKliiro proof, to tar
that EATONIOIe all that Is cfafcoed for It. If H
bad not helped this man hit eouacience would bsvt
lefthliau&nwMsted. Very truly yonra,
A. W. Cramer."
Saos fn Ul "B4" 8k, AMraw hlmlt O... lllt-M 8. Mi An., CUaie
AsAge Advances the Liver Requires
occasional slight stlmulatloav
LITTLE LIVER PILLS
JHUHK I CHOI
SaefsTaBrsrsrsi tsh iLb i
SaiM FHl, Smell
II CM, SSaaH
Colorless or Pale Faces bE3fSltetJeae;ceof
a condition whlcfe will be greatly helped by Carter SirOIlPllls
Don't glvo your cundld opinion to a
friend unless you ure tired of thut
FOR WEAK KIDNEYS
HiTo you ever stopped to reuon why
it is that so many products tbat are ex
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of sight and are soon forgotten? The
reason la plain the article did not fulfil
the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a medicine
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative value almost sells itself, as like
an endless chain system the remedy is
recommended by those who hare been
benefited, to those who are In need of it.
A prominent druggist says, "Take for
example Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Root, a
preparation I have sold for. many years
and never hesitate to recommend, for in
almost every case it shows excellent re
sults, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy that I know of
has so large a sale."
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who have
used the preparation, the success of Dr,
Kilmers' Swamp-Root is due to the fact
that, so many people claim, it fulfils al
most every wish in overcoming kidnoy,
liver and bladder ailments, corrects ur
inary troubles and neutralizes tho urio
acid which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcel Post. Address
Dr. Kilmer it Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and
enclose ten cents; also mention this paper.
Large snd medium size bottles for tale
at all drug stores. Adv.
Give a womnn n chnnce to show off
and she will mnlco Rood.
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
No Bmartlne Jn Hre Comfort. CO centa at
vruffciaie or inaii. vrnia lor 01
MIWIMB KYiS iUCUEDX CO
100 Per Cent on
100 Interest on liberty Bonda and War Barins
Stamp possible. We want S2&0,000 worth at
face value In denomination of $60 and up
ward, NO LIMIT. Write qulolt what you have.
JOHN If . CAIN & CO.
Mte 206 ma M4f. Brewaweedt Twuts
Rooms from 11.00 up single, 76 cents up double.
CATS PRICKS REASONABLE
nieh Silver and, Tanrtten Mine DUoorersd
flood chance for partr wltn StO.wU to make mllliona,
Clifford WalUhlre, VUitlmona llldg., ilUoborgh, Ia.
LOSSES SURELY NfYEHTEl
kf GUTTER'S ILACKUI NILS
praitet whirs otber
if 10-dots BkcBlacMii Pills. St.00
EO-dau sat. Macstti pills. $4.09
Uh toy lcctor, but Cuttci ilmpkst aad idea gat.
Tb (uperimltr ol Cuttef producti U du to otct 1 J
yun el tpccUllxliis la vaccine! AMD saaims
oniv. iHjiiTON currwu II uoobtiUaUe,
crlo direct. . . . . . .. .
m nutr uttnwr, tmm. m, bi watt, au
Write for free Uro Uook.
rolI FILM DEVELOPED 10c
Prints 80 to Bo each. 94 hour serrlce.
Guaranteed work. Returned PoilpaJd.
Photo Craft Shop, Omaha, Neb.
This le Colorado Year rJS'.e1!
Yanclnu rnpljir- I bare farma, ranebea, raw land
clieap, tale or trodo. li. w. Uiai, Uijmt Weiu, ti4
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 24-1918.
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