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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1919)
THE SEMKWEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRA8KA.
Hti been louaded to thititr mankind
itcceu unparalelled in the liiitory of non.inloiieating
btreiagei, hit srerrwbcto milked the- iatroducUon of
A IJ-til. I c r t. . ,
i hi- t Bv iicMiuanuruuu isrinK.Kiianaipn.
eminent Mthe fineit flavored cereal beverage iftade
one trial will convince, you that "PEP" it the drink
you have craved (or. It aidi digetlion, quenches the
thirst and buildt up the cyitem fiom head to foot.
Order from your deater, at groceries, druf
Stores, fountains, restaurant; etc., or from
Richardson drug Co.
Distributors - Omaha, Neb.
THE INDEPENDENT BREWERIES CO., St. LJs,
Jollying her Along.
"I wish n set of .Inhn Shakespeare's
"Yes, ma'am," snhl the glib clerk.
"Hero's n set of iilieiu John Shake
speare's works for only ?-l0."
"Is It n complete set?"
"Yes, Indeed. It Includes a life of
aheiu John Shakespeare and some
letters ho addressed to a prominent
gasoline merchant of Stratford."
Point He Had Overlooked."
"Sir, I'm afraid yon arc visionary."
"Why? Just because I think the Sol
omon Islanders sought to bo uplifted?"
"No. Because you seem to think the
Solomon Islanders care a hnng about
being uplifted." Birmingham Age.
Gerald Mnrrlage Is a failure.
Geraldlne Let's fall together. San
In India the average length of life
to only twenty-four years.
"I don't see how these motion pict
ure actors can put up with the treat
ment they receive from that director."
"When they spoil a scene he talks
to them as If they were no better than
the dirt beneath his feet."
"Oh, that might hurt the feelings oi
an ordinary person, but when a movie
director raves, the actors can nlwnya
maintain their composure by thinking
of the salaries they get." Blrfnlngham
Not Much to Choose.
The honors arc about even, 'whether
your job wears out your shoes or 'your
trousers. It sets vou back about $15
for replacements In either event.
Kansas City Star.
In live years (1840-18.rl) Irelnnd's
loss In population, through starvation,
disease and emigration, was 2,200,000.
In life's great structure don't pull
the props till the concrete's dry.
Despite its scope Swift &
Company is a business of in
finite details, requiring infinite
Experienced men must know
livestock buying with a knowl
edge of weight, price, the amount
and quality of meat the live
animals will yield.
Each manufacturing operation must
be done with expert skill and scientific
precision. A highly perishable product
must be handled with speed and care
to avoid loss.
Chemists, engineers, accountants,
and other specialists are required to
take care of our intricate problems.
Alert wisdom and judgment must
be used -in -getting stocks of goods into
the open channels of demand through
our four hundred branch houses.
Branch, house organizations must
show activity and energy to sell at the
market in the face of acute competi
tion from other large packers, and
hundreds of small ones.
All these requirements of intelligence,
loyalty, devotion to the task, are met
in the personnel of Swift & Company.
Yet the profit is only a fraction of a cent
per pound with costs at minimum.
How can the workings of this deli
cate human mechanism be improved
Do you believe that Government
, direction would add to our efficiency
or improve the service rendered the
producer and consumer ?
Let' as send you p. Swift "Dollar".
It will interest you.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, HI.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
1 Soffit IsX. msstuTwTS
1 sSS 4vV ,wHAT BECOMES OfX
1 Si W ff THE AVERAGE DOLLAR
IS RECEiyED BY
L I swift & company
- V I U If r0M THE SAIE0F MEAT 11
BIU-.lt 1 H-jA Att 7 rt D I AN0 BY PflODUCTS )
EaSa 1 1 U. VO aev WB II cents is paid roRTMe I
tiprn,, y 07t Q IB LIVE ANIMAL
m1f ToStntLRlfcorl 0 U. 86 CENTS FOR LABOR 11
'It j9 loxvasntttcri m expenses and freight I
vL o o .swin& company j
"Hry TK IT W v'V-tk t
Would yoi remain always young,
nnd would you enrry nil tho Joy
nusncs and buoyancy of youth Into
itmturer years? Thon linvo a onre
concerning but one thliiK. how you
live In your thought world. ltiilph
Skill Is required In arranging salmis J
the gnrnlshlng Is most Important.
tions should be
used with care,
not mingling too
ninny in one dish.
Bright splnshos of
rod. vivid green
or yellow give
zest to the appetite.
I'imentoes, chives, and bard boiled
eggs thinly sliced make attractive gnr
nlshlng, as do olives stulted or green,
when shaved and placed on cheese or
on pineapple salnd. Capers and sweet
green peppers are good m, combina
tion with lettuce, tomatoes or chicken.
Lemon sliced and sprinkled with
chopped parsley or sprays of parsley
with quarters of leiuon make a llsh
salad most dainty.
Beet and Potato Salad. Take six
beets and six potatoes, one cupf'il of
chopped olives and chives, with may
onnaise dressing. Cut the cooked
beets and potatoes with a potato cut
ter Into small balls. 1'ut the potatoes
In the mayonnaise dressing to whlvh
has been added the chives and olives.
Pip the beets in vinegar and dish al
ternately, serving on lettuce.
Polnsettia Salad. Take sTx tomatoes,
n stalk of celery, n sweet green pepper
and three apples, one-lmlf cup of wal
nut ments and mayonnaise dressing.
Scald the tomatoes, chill them and
with a sharp knife, mark five divi
sions from the lop center ovei half
way to the base. Carefully turn back
the skin to form live petals, scoop out
the pulp and 1111 with apple, celery
and nuts. Heap a little extra dress
ing on each and garnish with a ring
of gren pepper.
Jellied Egg Salad. Take one quart
of chicken jelly; this may be made
very economically by cooking a half
dozen pairs or more of chicken's feet.
Scald, then cut off the toes and skin,
then cook in a quart or more of wuter
until the flesh falls from the bones.
Slice the eggs, using six, and stir them
gently in the cooling Jelly so they
will be evenly mixed. When cold
place on n platter and garnish with
mayonnaise dressing and parsley or
Fruit Salad with Orange Dressing.
Take a hnlf a pound of dates, scald
ed and seeded, two small apple's, half
a cup seeded white grapes nnd quar
ter of n cup of blHck walnut meats;
chop all but the grapes and mix well
with n dressing made by using one
fourth of a cup of orange Juice, three
tablespoonfuls of lemon Juice, one
fourth of a cup of sugar syrup and
one large egg. Cook together In a
double boiler until thick.
Sliced oranges with French dress
ing make n dainty salad to serve with
ni.iny tempting dishes, from soups,
Jellies, blancmiinge to Ice cream.
Toast Is the most common of traj'
foods. It should be dry and well
browned, then cut In linger strips to
make It easier to handle. Whet;
serving uny creamed dish or egg on
toast it should be cut In small squares
before placing the egg.
To set the face Jn tho right direc
tion, nnd then simply trnvul on, un
mindful nnd nover discounted by
even frequent relnptA-s by the wny.
Is the secret of nil huinnn nohleve-mtsnt.
FOR THE CHOCOLATE LOVER.
Chocolate Is so well liked by nearly
everybody (hat n few recipes using
the popular food may be
Melt two ounces of bit
ter chocolate; add two
tablespoonfuls of sugar
and a half-cupful of boil
ing water; cook three
minutes. Scald three eup-
fuls oi milk with one-fourth of finely
ground coffee; struln and ndd to tho
chocolate with an eighth of a teaspoon
ful of salt. Beat With a Dover egg
benter and serve with whipped cream
flavored with vanilla.
Cocoa Ice Cream. Take two cup
fuls of milk, one cupful of sugar, a
tablespoonful of arrowroot or corn
starch, n half-cupful of cocoa and
cook In a double boiler for twenty
minutes. Add four egg yolks well
beaten, two cupfuls of cream or rich
milk and a tenspoonful of vanilla
with a little salt. Kreeze as usual.
Chocolate Mousse. Melt three
squares of chocolate; arid one and
one-half cupfuls of sugar nnd one cup
ful of thin cream; boll one mluuto;
cool, add a tenspoonful of vanilla, a
pinch of salt and the whip from threo
cupfuls of heavy cream. A table
spoonful of gelatin mixed with one
fourth of a cupful of cold water, Is,
when softened, added to the hot mix
ture. Tour Into a mold und let stand
packed In Ice and salt four hours.
Chocolate Sauce. This is a good
sauce to serve on various puddings.
Cook two squares of chocolate, a cup
ful of sugar und one-half' cupful of
water together with two tablespoon
fuls of butter and one-fourth of u tea
spoonful of salt. Cook twelve min
utes; add one tenspoonful of vanilla
and serve hot. This Is nice served on
,vaiillln Ice cream, and Is good with
a gelatin dessert or with cooked rice.
Orange Chocolate Sauce. Melt three
tablespoonfuls of grated chocolato In
a double boiler; add three tablespoon
fuls of butter; stir until well mixed;
add throe egg yolks, one nt a time,
four tablespoonfuls of sugar and one
fourth of a cupful of rich milk. Cook
until thickened. Add the rind nnd
Juice of an orange and serve at once.
A child Is not n blank paper on
which we may write our own Idens,
but nn Individual, who has a char
nctcr to bo developed and a place
to ninlif In tho wlirld.
FOOD FOR THE SICK-ABED.
Jllness. will come In nil homes at
times and It is vitally Important that
we realize how valuable
proper food Is In the re
covery of a patient. A
trained nurse should be
well equipped In knowl
edge of footl values and
how to prepare a tempt
ing tray, yet It Is not al
ways possible to have a
trained nurse, und the mother In the
home will need this knowledge.
A person who Is ill in bed is out
of balance, both mentally and phys
ically, and It is wise to treat them with
ns much consideration as one does a
child. Variety even In the serving of
milk Is linportnnt. Surprises are Im
portant to remember in the serving
of food for grown-ups as well as for
The tray should be arranged to please
the eye first, then the palate. A rose
or n small flower beside the pinto or
In n small vase will often make eat
ing a pleasure what would otherwise
bo refuse or eaten under protest.
With little people many kinds of
games will be thought of by the nurse
to amuse and distract uttei
the appetite Is poor.
In the case of serious Illness a small
quantity of nourishment is given often,
with as much attention tq daintiness
If milk Is ho only food allowed It
may bo served In various ways. Chilled
or hot, albumenlzed or as Junket or
koumiss, buttermilk and whey, it nuty
bo served with cocoa, nutmeg, orange
or lemon rind, wjth a bit of whipped
cream nnd fruit If It Is allowed. ICgg
nog Is n favorite method of serving
milk, but It must not be overdone. A
variety of flavors mny he used In egg
Oelutln Is nn easy food to rilgei.
and combined with fruit and Juices of
fruits Is i valuable addition to tin
rood for the sick. It lends Its'lf to
Jellied chicken, sweetbread and
FEEDING THE CHILDREN:
The "child welfare" movement
which Is doing such splendid work In
our country should be en
iiirageri, for there Is nn
system of care or feeding
which Insures a child's
health. Further, a child's
annearance can never be
Ijj Kg trusted, No mother enn
"' P be sure that her child Is
well, except on a physl-
- Inn's examination and a thorough one,
tnel;idlng a blood test. Il will- pay
parents and It will be prolltablo for
the state and nation to see that every
child is examined every year. By tho
system of height and weight charts
sent out by tin; children's bureau, any
mother mny know whether her child
approaches the normal or not und, If
underweight, he should be examined nt
Children need whole wheat. Other
cereals may be used for variety. They
need fat, particularly butterfat, which
contains ihe wonderful substance
which promotes growth. They should
have sugar In moderate quantities and
an abundance of fruit and fresh vege
tables, especially those like spinach,
hard and lettuce, for In them also Is
this life-promoting principle found In
milk, butter and cream.
Another food that a well-nourished
child should have Is the egg. Serve
one In some form dally for each child
men trim or various Kinds, orange
Juice particularly, aro good .for Infnnts.
Prunes, llgs. dates nnd raisins when
well masticated or cooked, are most
wholesome for children. Apples, baked,
aro especially good ; banana's when
thoroughly ripe and scraped to free
them from the stringy fibers are also
good. As each fruit hns some valuable
property In Itself It Is wise to hnve a
variety. Children fed on prunes with
no other fruit will develop scurvy, so
that orange Juice with potatoes Is
recommended for that trouble. The
young child can tal.3 orange Juice; the
oldor ones are ahlo to tnko potatoes.
Fish, If fresh nnd cnrefully conked,
is a food which may be given children
In place of meat. Poultry, If one van
afford It. Is another good food for the
child. Cornineal, mush, rice and potu
toes once a dny to young children are
all good foods, provided they are well
The Rrrt nrniTM A
Bottle of T iJ U LJt
Mr. 51. Vnnllwren, Enclnorr. O.
n. &Llly., 17 Highland St., U rand
lmplds, M ch.
Entirely Free from
Catarrh of the Stomach
"I'cruna has positively dono for
mo v?lmt ninny doctor failed to
do. I have boon tlmo and again
compelled to take to my bed for
days. Thd first bottle of I'cruna
pn i rollof and whllo I always
keep it In tho house for emerg
encies, I connldrr tnynclt entirely
free from cntnrrh of Ihe atomacT
tho trouble from which I suf
fered for bo lone before taklne
Ii'qjld . Tablet Form
At5t Tour Dcnlur
Valuing a Voice.
"Maud says she Isn't going to stnu
for nothing any more."
"Hml If 1 had her voice I wouldn't
sing for anything." Host on Transcript.
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
In the good old summer time when
fruits of all kinds are getting ripe
and tempting, when cucumbers, rad
ishes and vegetables fresh from the
garden are too good to resist, when the
festive picnic prevails nnd everybody
overeats nnd your stomach goes back
on you, then Is the time for "August
Flower," the sovereign remedy for
tired, overworked nnd disordered stom
achs, n pnnncea for indigestion, fer
mentation of food, sour stomach, sick
headache and constipation. It gently
stimulates the liver, cleanses tho In
testines and alimentary canal, making
life worth living. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Substitute for Glass.
Many IngenlouH substitutes uro be
ing employed In Unglnnd for the win
dow glass which has been broken In
tho last four years.
The poetry of earth is nover riend'.
How It Happened.
"How did you get that bum?"
"Showing the children a safe way to
shoot ott fireworks,"
WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND
For many years druggists have watched
with much interest the rcmarkablo record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
tho great kidney, liver and bladder medi
cine. It is a physician's prescription, ,
Swamp-Root is a etrengthonine medi
cine, It helps the kidneys, liver and blad
der do the work naturo intended they
Swamp-Root has stood the test of years.
It is sold by all druei;ts on its merit
and it should help you. No other kidney
medicine has so many friends.
Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton, N. Y for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
".Many o.'llces are pow issuing ques
tionnaires." "I know. My wlfo will
bo getting up n form next."
Such tender bits of fine meat such careful season
ing! One taste of Libby's Vienna Sausace, served
pipiiiK hot, will tell you it was prepared by master
chefs! Ask your grocer for a package today.
Contents will serve two.
Libby, M?Neiil & Libby, Chicago
is as profitable as train Ckowinq
in western Canada Oram drawing is a pront matter. Kaising uattle.
Sheen and 1 Iocs brim's certain success. It's casv to nrosDer where vou
R can raise 20 to 45 bu.of wheat to tho aero and buy on easy terms,
Land at $15 to $30 Per Acre
Good Grazing Land at Much Less.
Railway and Land COmDOnlea offer unusual Inducements tn linmn.
ncekcra to Rett la in Western Cnnadnnnri cninv hernrngnritv. r.n.-m mnrt a
for the purchase of stock or other farming requirements can be had at low interest.
The Governments of the Dominion and Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatche
wan and Alberta extend every encouragement to the farmer und runchmnn.
You can obtain excellent land at low prices on easy terms, and get hitfh prlceo
tor your grain, came, Bnecp ana nons low taxes (none on
improvements), good markets and stiipptne facilities, free
1 -I . ..' , .M.I l ! . . 1
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Saskatchewan ami Alberta, rulornl railroad rstea, etc., apply to tJopcrtntaudcnt
cl Immigration. Ottawa, Canada, or
W. Y. BENNETT, Room 4, Bee Building, OMAHA, NEB.
Canadian Government Agent
Two Were Mistaken.
Drown "Back to town ngain? I
thought you were a farmer?" Green
"I mude the same mistake."
"Don't you bollevo in getting next
to the soil?" "Yes, If you are ablo to
strike pay dirt."
Adversity never has to spit on Its
hands In order to get n strangle hold
on a man.
Pessimists are people who go around
looking for thorns to sit on.
A recently patontcd slng for In
jured arms Is worn like u vest.
1IIRINK Res,s Retresnes, Soothes,
WJrW?2Z Heals Keen your Eves
J Strong and Healthy. If
9 mm m hh
they Tire, Smart, Itch, or
Burn. If Sore. Irritated.
Inflamed or Granulated,
Safe for Infant or Adult
At all Druggists. Write for Free Eye Book.
H artflC Eve Ueaedy Company, CMcego,U. S, A.
use Murine often.
f Every'Womaui Wantso
Dissolved In water for douches stop
pelvic catarrh, ulceration And inflam
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Pinlcham Med. Co, for ten years.
A healing wonder for nsl catarrh,
soro throat and sore yes. Economical.
Hi, nbaonliaary dtoda aid rmiddal powtf,
Sample Fran. 50e. all druntai. or uiiuU fc
rotil. Thai VrtonTogrt Ccmpanr. Doilco. Man. f
W. N. U OMAHA, NO. 31-1919.
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