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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
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NOTHING NEW IN WARFARE
'Methods Employed During Great Con
flict Merely Copies of Those In
Use Long Ago.
By the use of trenches In the grent
war the opposing forces adopted
means of offense and defense that
3ong antedate the Invention of fire
arms. The Bteel helmet reappeared
after more than 200 years of disuse,
-and many a soldier owes ills life to
the fact thnt the curved surface of
:hls head-covering deflected a bullet.
The trench periscope Is au adaptation
of a device that was Invented nearly
three centuries ago. The barbed wire
entanglement Is only another form of
the ancient abatis, and the fact that
it Is now often painted green to make
it less easy to see Is a link that joins
It even more Intimately to Its proto
type. The pits with sharp spikes nt
the bottom and the caltrops four
pointed Iron Instruments that always
-OIU1JU Willi UUU LIUMll I11IWIUU HUW-
ever they may fall, nrc survivals of
medieval warfare. (The catnpult of
the Romans that once threw stones
recently cast explosive grenades from
trench to trench. The German flame
projector goes back to the days when
armies deluged each other with burn
ing oil nnd burning pitch, and the use
of poisonous gases was anticipated by
the Chinese, who for centuries used
Tea Via the Mississippi.
Tea, 8,000 tons of It, reached Mem
iphts, Tenn., following a trip that be
an In Ghlnn, nnd which will end on
the Mississippi river nt St. Louis.
The cargo arrived on the government.
tmrgo line nnd 2f0 cases were unload
ed at the Memphis municipal terminal
for use there.
The tea was brought from China
through the Panama canal, across the
gulf of Mexico nnd was londed on the
government barges at New Orleans
STlve barges were In the tow. Mem
jjhls Commercial Appeal.
Monkeys Die of Flu.
Monkeys are the latest victims of
the Spanish Influenza scourge which
has been sweeping the world, according
to a letter received by a resident of Al
bany, Ore., from a relative who Is a
banker in a South African city. Thou
sands of monkeys hnvc perished In the
forests of South Africa from Influenza,
the letter declares. Moreover the
plague Is prevalent among the white
and black population, with high mor
"That fellow Jones Is plumb crazy
"Why making excuses for himself
bolstering himself with pretense. For
Instnnce, the other night ho enmo In
nt 12 o'clock. lie didn't want to lie
to his wife, so ho turned the hall clock
over on its side to make It look like
a quarter of nine, and went to bed
"Cold In the Head"
is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per.
sons who are subject to frequent "colds
In the head" will nnd that the uss of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Will
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them less liable to colds.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
lead to Chronic Cntarrh. .
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak
on Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System.
All Druirelntn 7Ee. Testimonials free.
$100.00 for any case of catarrh that
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Airplanes to Subdue Head Hunters.
The next Japanese budget of the
governor general of Formosa will oon
tain an item of $91,500 for a Hying
corps to subdue flic head-hunting nbo
ligincs of thnt Island. Mr. Shimomurn
chief of civil administration of For
mosa, says: "Probably four airplanes
will be used in the first yenr, and op
eratlons will be started as soon as
the formal sanction of the diet Is
obtained. If It Is difficult to secure
the necessary nvlaton. we shall ask
the army to send their nlrmen We
mny also ask the army to train new
aviators specially to meet our re
qulrements. There Is nothing like
nlrplanes for awing Formosnn natives;
experience shows thnt this weapon Is
one of the best for subjugating them.
No economic exploitation of Arl, Dal-
bu, Niltake and other unsubjugnted
places can be undertaken until after
the savage aborigines nre subdued."
Poachers Kill Off Big Game.
PIsirah forest. United States irovern
ment preserve nnd one of the few re-
malnlng big gnme sections of the
country is nbout to be denuded of Its
game by poachers, according to state
ments by Rudolph Dlffenbach. forest
supervisor. Poachers, usually under
cover of night, drive the deer out Into
tho open or off the preserves and then
kill them. Tho number slain Is reach
ing alarming proportions.
I could hardly feel much confidence
In n man who had never been lm
posed upon. Guesses nt Truth..
The symbols of the Invisible are
the loveliest of whnt Is visible. Byron
Dissatisfaction in the
Qtiality ov Price
. of Coffee
is easily remedied by changing your table
Boiled just like coffee 15 minutei after boiling
begins you ore certain of uniform quality.
The price doesn't fluctuate from one month to
And besides there's only oner grade the best.
You get it in every package.
There's a greater reason however why you should
drink Postum HEALTH.
No upset to stomach, heart or nerves the pen
alty many pay for coffee drinking follows tho
use of Postum. It's a rich, healthful, invigorating
There's a Reason'
The highest culture U to speak no 111;
The best roformer Is the man whose
Are quick to see nil beauty and all
And by his own discreet, well-ordered
Alone rcprovos tho errlnjf,
Kiln W. Wilcox.
As strawberries become more plen
tiful they may be used In various des
serts. The follow
ing Is one which Is
universally liked :
S t rawberry
and hull two quarts
afll f r,,w lWr'S
two cupfuls of su
gar; cover nnd let stand two nours,
then squeeze through a double thick
ness of cheesecloth. Add three pints
of thin cream nnd n few grains of salt.
Freeze, using three pnrts Ice to one of
rock salt. Serve In sherbet cups and
gnrnfth with .selected strawberries.
Manhattan Pudding. Pick over one
quart of berries; sprinkle witn
cupful of sugar and lot stand
two hours. Squeeze through n
cheese cloth and add one cupful
of water and lemon juice 'to
taste. Turn the mixture Into a mold.
Beat one pint of cream until stiff, add
one-half cupful of powdered sugar,
one-hnlf tablespoonful of vanilla and
two-thirds of a cupful of rolled maea-
oons. Pour over the fruit mixture to
overflow the mold. Cover and let stand
packed In Ice nnd salt (one part salt
to four parts Ice) for three hours.
Milk Sherbet. Mix the juice of
three lemons nnd one and one-nair
cupfuls of sugar, stirring constantly
while adding four cupfuls of milk.
Freeze and pack to ripen. The mixture
mny curdle while mixing, but It will
freeze smooth and velvety.
Ham Mousce. Dissolve one table-
spoonful of grnnulnted gelntlnc In one-
hnlf cupful of hot water; add two cup
fuls of cold boiled ham, which has
been nounded In a mortar. Season with
one teaspoonful of mixed mustard and
n few grains of cayenne. Add one-hnlf
cupful of heavy cream beaten until
stiff, nnd turn Into a mold which has
been dipped In cold wnter. Chili, re
move from tho mold nnd garnish with
Cucumber Sauce to Serve With
Fish. Wash, peel and grate one or
two cucumbers ; senson with salt, grat
ed onion, vinegar and pepper.
"Worry Is the most popular form of
sulrldo. Worry Impairs appetite, dis
turbs sleep, spoils digestion, Irritates
disposition, warps character, weakens
mind, stimulates dlscuso and naps bod
ily health. Worry Is mental poison;
work Is mental food."
WAYS WITH MEATS.
An unusual but very tasty meat
dish Is the meat sandwich. Tnko two
slices of veal, small
them lay n slice of
ham cut threc-qunr-.tors
of an Inch
thick; fasten to
gether with skew
ers and bake until
well done. Cut lu
strips nnd serve with n well-seasoned
Potted Ham. When a ham Is boiled
there Is often much waste of the small
pieces which do not make a presenta
ble slice. Mince until line, then rub
to a smooth paste, using one-third fat.
Senson well with salt and pepper, boat
thoroughly and pack while hot in
Spiced Meat. Take two pounds eacU
of veal and pork, three pounds of fine
ly chopped beef, eight milk crackers
rolled fine, four eggs well henten, ono
teaspoonful of pepper, ono tablespoon
ful of chopped parsley, one teaspoon
ful of summer snvory, one-half ten
spoonful of ground nutmeg nnd onfl
teaspoonful of cinnamon and one-half
teaspoonful of cloves. Mix well and
bnke In a slow oven for five hours..
Let stand In the dish In which It was
baked several hours before serving.
Scalloped Chicken. Shred the chick
en left from Sundny dinner. Cover
the bottom of tho baking dish with the
chicken, then with bread crumbs, not
too dry; repeat with nnother layer of
chicken and crumbs, dot with bits of
butter, season with salt and pepper
and cover with enough milk to moisten
well. Hake until well heated.
Veal Loaf. Take two pounds of
cooked .veal, two pounds of chopped
pork, six cupfuls of cracVcr crumbs,
one cupful of tomato, two large onions,
chopped, four eggs and seasoning to
taste. Mix all together with the hands
until It holds Its shape, then roll nnd
cover with crumbs. Bake slowly two
Baked Ham. Take a thick cut ot
ham from the center, nbout four Inches
thick. Cover with a thick layer of!
brown .sugar, add water nnd bnko one
to two hours. Haste during the baking
"Simplicity Is restful contempt for
the non-esontlals ot life. It Is restless
hunger for tho non-osscjntlals that Is
the secret of most of tho discontent of
THINGS TO REMEMBER
Onions nre rich In sulphur, ono of
the valuable minerals needed m tne
body. T w o to
three grains nre
needed each day
for body activi
ties. Onions dis
solve uric acid
and absorb poi
sons. They are
a tonic for herv
o u s troubles.
They Induce sleep. Nervous prostra
tion Is helped by a diet of onions. In
somnia Is cured by a two-mile walk
and a supper of baked onions nnd
bread and butter.
Onion sirup may be made by cook
ing In the oven a plateful of sliced
onions sprinkled generously with
sugar. This will cure the worst cough,
also good for croup.
A chopped onion poultlco Is a most
effective remedy for bronchial or lung
trouble. Renew when dry.
Carrots are rich In Iron, Increase the
red blood cells, are a good spring
tonh-, clear the complexion, are rich
In phospljoric acid. The tender lenves
are rich In this same mineral; they
should be eaten as salad. Carrots are
good for nervous people and thoso suf
fering from asthma.
Lettuce Is good for nervousness;
will induce sleep.
Celery also Is good for nervousness,
serviceable In counteracting conditions
which lead to neuralgia and rheuma
tism. Tomntoes nre a fine liver stimulant.
Tho acid when fresh Is especially cool
ing to the blood.
v Heans, spinach, raw cabbage and as
paragus arc all rich In iron nnd phos
phorus, which are good for anemic
Spinach and dandelion are rich In
Iron and act directly upon the kidneys.
Asparagus Is another kidney stlmu
lnnt. Water cress, found In many brooks
In quantities, Is rich In tonic proper
tics and should be used freely In the
spring. Servo with a dash of salt or
with a slmplo French dressing.
Fruits of vnrlous kinds are also rich
In mineral salts nnd acids; good for
tho system. Lemons are for liver trouble
nnd rheumatism. An orange at night
.relieves constlpntlon. A teaspoonful
or two given often to tho bnby be
tween milk feeding will keep its di
gestive apparatus In good working or
der. Tho npplo Is one of the most vnlun
bio of fruits, eaten fresh or baked. "An
apple a day keeps tho doctor away,"
Doesn't hurt to lift them
off with fingers
Don't suffer I A tiny bottle of
Freezonc costs but n few cents at any
drug store. Apply a few drops on tho
corns, calluses nnd "hard skin" on bot
tom of feet, then lift them off.
When Frcezono removes corns from
tho toes or calluses from the bottom of
tho feet, the skin beneath Is left pink
nnd healthy and never sore or tender.
"How enn I be sure thnt I am tho
only woman you ever loved?"
"That's easy. Until I met you I didn't
know whnt love wns."-T-Loulsvlllo
Don't Forget Cutlcura Talcum
When adding to your toilet requisites.
An exquisitely scented face, skin, bnby
and dusting powder and perfume, ren
dering , other perfumes superfluous.
You may rely on it becnuso one of tho
Cutlcura Trio (Soap, Ointment nnd
Talcum). 25c each everywhere. Adv.
"How can you prove ho Is a man of
loose habits?" "I can do It from Uvo
way ho gets drunk."
Do your best, then take what cornea
without flinching. Every experience
can be turned to good account.
Do you feci weak and unequal to ttf
work ahead of you? Do you still cough
a little, or docs your noso bother youT
Are you pale? Is your blood thin and
watery? Better put your body into
shape. Build strong!
An old, reliable blood-maker and
herbal tonlo made from wild roots and
barks, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. This "nature remedy" comes
in tablet or liquid form. It will build up
your body, cure your cold, and protect
you from disease gorms which lurk every
where. Ono of the activo ingredients of
this temperance alterative and tonlo is
wild cherry bark with stillingia, which is
so good for the lungs and fort coughs;
also Oregon grape root, blood root,
stono root, Queen's root, all skilfully
combined in tho Medical Discovery.
These roots havo a direct action on tns
stomach, improving digestion and assimi
lation. Thcso herbal extracts in ths
"Discovery" aid in blood-making, and
are best for scrofula. By improving tha
blood they aid in throwing oil an attack
Catarrh should be treated, first, asT
blood disease, with this alterative. Then,
in addition, tho nose should bo washed
daily with Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy.
Send lOo for trial pkg. of Medical Dis
covcry Tablots or Catarrh Tablets to Dr.
Pierce. Invalids' Hotel Buffalo, N. Y.
$47.75 for $50 3d Liberty Bond
with 3 coupons; $47 for 4th bond
with 4 coupons, Send bonds by
registered mail. H. M. HOWE,
522 S. Western Ave., Chicago, 111
IIIx "I hear they'ro refloorlng the
country club gurngo." Dlx "With
parquet, I suppose." Cartoons Mnga
"The power of self control Is ono of
the great qualities that differentiates
man from the lower animals. He Is
tho only animal capnblo of a moral
struggle or a moral conquest."
GOOD HOMELY DISHES.
When making bread save a cupful
of sponge for n
Take one cupful ol
sugar, one-hnlf cupful of
shortening, one cupful oi
Hour, one cupful of bread.
sponge, one egg and spice,
and raisins to taste. Put
to rise after beating well
and when well risen bake
In a moderate oven.
Dried Apple Cake.-
Stew two cupfuls of dried apples until
soft enough to chop, then add two cup
fuls of molasses, with spices to taste,
and boll with the drained chopped ap
ples. Drain and reservu all the liquor;
mix with one cupful of soui milk,
one cupful of shortening, four cupfuls
of Hour, two tenspoonfnls of soda and
mix well, then add the chopped ai-
ples at the last. Bake In a slow oven,
Scalloped Tomatoes, Corn and
Onions. Butter a baking dish sultablu
fur the table, put In a layer of corn,
season with salt and pepper, add a
few bits of butter, then a layer ot to
mato pulp with no Juice and a very
thin layer of thinly sliced onions, then
repent the layers. Cover and let cook
mm hour or until the onion Is tender.
Itemnve the cover, spread over the top
;i half cupful of buttered crumbs and
hake until the crumbs aro browned.
Hamburg Cakes. Put n pound of
meat from the top of the round
through n meat grinder, add a tea
spoonful of nnlnn pulp, a teaspoonful
of salt, n half cupful of broth or cold
water. Mix thoroughly, then pat Into
cakes and cook In a well-greased broil
er. Whon moisture Is seen on the top
of the cakes, turn tind cook on the oth
er side. The meat may be broiled In
ii thick sllco If preferred, hut Is equal
ly delicious cooked before a coal fire
In smnll cakes.
Deviled Salmon. Take ono pint of
cream sauce, add a teaspoonful of
Worcestershire sauce, tho Juice of ono
lemon, salt, pepper and a can of sal
mon. Mix well and fill shells or rame
kins. Cover with buttered crumbs
rati bnko until the crumbs nre brown.
Rough on Old Clothes Men.
Seven hundred and forty million
pounds of wool, grease qulvnlent, were
used by Manufacturers 'in the United
states during 1018. Much of this wool
went Into clothes for soldiers, while
the old clothes man called If. vain for
the shiny and patched garments worn
iy civilians at home.
I Swift & Company's Profit of 2.04 I
I I cents on each dollar of sales J I
I OTIM2IKP ill
12.96 aw oil I
I V Expenses J JJ ' O i I
I ' I I
Expenses Jflj I
I 1 The diagram at the top shows the distribution j I
3 11 average Swift dollar received from sales I
1 11 of beef, pork and mutton, and their by-products, j B
I III! during 1918. The magnifying glass brings H
I III out the distribution of the 2.04 cents profit
1 11 par dollar of sales: ' J
III! .94 of one per cent goes to pay interest
I I on borrowed money, taxes, etc. l
3 .50 of one per cent goes to pay divi- j
IIH! dends to shareholders.
1 1!! .60 of one per cent remains in the l
III II business to help in improving and
I S financing the business. '
1 Total 2.04 percent 1 N
I 1019 Year Book or interesting and 1 1 U
1 11 Instructive facts sent on request,
j ll Address Swift Ac Company
I Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois I
I Swift & Company, U. S; A.' I
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