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NORTH PLATTE SEMT-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
("IIUNGEK BEST SAUCE"
OF C0UItSK,4Mrfl. Fox had never
honrd this sayhiR, but she knew
(thnt something must be done, for Mr.
(Fox was so cross nnd found so mucli
tfnult with every tueal thnt was served
1jIb poor wife wns nt her wits' end
worrying over what she should have
tfor dinner each day.
"I am tlrod of chicken." growled
blr. Fox one day. "It Is chicken,
ichlckcn, chicken. Why don't you have
Iduck .or turkey once In a while?"
"I did cook turkey only last week,"
fcplled poor Mrs. Fox, "and you said
t wns out of season and thnt chlckeu
(was the only food (It to cat this time
But though Mr. Fox found fault
fcvlth the food, he. never left any of
It on his pinto nnd very little on the
Ihe Told Mrs. Fox Many Things.
tyMo when he finished a meal. He wns
er. fat nnd sleek to look nt ns nny fox
,Bnind. Mrs. Fox noticed thnt nnd
fibf) thought something must be done,
for she was growing thin with bo
While lie found fault and grum
bled, Mr. Fox did very llttlo work. A
chicken or duck ho brought homo
jonco In n while nnd ho took grcnt
jpalns that Mrs. Fox should he made
Ito fully appreciate that It was his
Bwntlng that furnished the dinner and
fSnt hers each time.
"So ono morning Mrs. Fox put on her
(bonnet nnd rnn across the fields to
Granny Fox's home nnd told her trou
ble "My dear," said Granny Fox, "yoii
hrJ young nnd hnvn a great dent to
learn, but If you do not do something
now you never will. Mr. Fox will
' "But whnt can I do?" sighed poor
fill tie Mrs. Fox with tears In her eyes.
'l,ot him go hungry n whllo," re
p utl Granny. "Hunger's tho best
ea'ico for nny meal."
, 1rnnny Fox told Mrs. Fox mnny
Ith'ngs, nnd when alio ran home an
hor later she woro n smllo that would
lnuo worried her husband If he hnd
Hbo cooked hersutf n nlco dinner
nm nto It all before Mr. Fox returned.
Not n crumb wns lort nnd when ho
came In nnd asked crossly why dinner
WR8 not ready, she i-epllcd thnt she
A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kendrlck Bangs.
PERHAPS I huvo no funds In
But whut Is thut to mo
With all tho gold of sunlight,
Jul tho sliver of the sen?
I'i'rhnps I hold no titles to
Rich lands or mansions fine,
Bat overhead tho kles of blue
With nil their Joys nro mine.
And In my henrt I hold n store
Of wealth In title clear
X coffers running o'er nnd o'er
With Love, nnd Hope, nnd
( by McCUru Newpper Syndicate.:
T I' IS ono of the wholesomo signs
i or tho nge," saj'B a member of tho
Department of Agriculture, "that pec-
pl hen brenKing nwny from tho Idea
thM n perfect lady or gentleman nover
teaMon n pnekago."
It iu really hard to remomber thut
BU-ili tn opinion ever was held, and
k'ot, may bo sure If you know nnyono
Hvto "Stilt clings to the notion that It
Ib ttuieuih his dignity to carry n
Jbuy.Slo of nny sort that that person Is
qulto behind the times nnd has not
kejjt pace with tho times.
1'ho only time when It Is bad form
to Rrry pnekugea or bundles Is when
by doing so you might causo others
antoynnco or Inconvenience. A wom
an Should, bear In mind that If sho 1b
going to bo accompanied by u man,
didn't Intend to cook any more nnd
that If he wanted food he must get It
nnd cook It, too.
Mr. Fox dropped his pipe and It fell
to tho floor with n smash as he stared
open-mouthed nt his wife; his cars,
too, stuck up straight; he could hard
ly, believe he heard rightly whnt she
Mrs. Fox walked out of the house
while her husband growled nnd fussed,
but she did not return nnd Mr. Fox
had to go hungry to bed thnt night,
for she nto her supper before she came
For three, days this went on, nnd
on tho fourth Mr. Fox grew very
meek nnd brought home n nice pair
of chickens. "My dear," ho said, "It
would bo n pity to spoil those birds
cooking them ns I should, and there
Is no ono lri tho world thnt can fry
a chicken ns you can."
Mrs Fox agreed to do this, hut she
mndo her husband wnlt on her, and
when tho dinner wns rendy he put It
on tho tnblo and helped. clear It nway
nnd wnshed the dishes.
It was not long before Mr. Fox wns
bringing home all the food and help
ing his wlfo ns a good husbnnd
should, nnd, best of nil, he praised nt
every meal her wonderful cooking.
"Whnt did I toll you?" said Granny
Fox when she heard what had hap
pened. "Remember what I said, 'hun
ger's the best sauce' for any meal, and
the royal road to a husband's heart
Is tmvcled fastest by serving him n
good menl ; but don't let him lose sight
of tho fact that you nro u wife as well
as a good cook." '
. by JlcClure Nawipaper Syndicate.)
Seeing nnd Hearing.
The cyo Is u haven at which tho
treasure fleets that sail through the
ocean of light nro unlondlng, nnd their
stores deposited In tho vnults of tho
Intellect; but It Is through tho whis
pering gallery of the ear thnt man
reaches the heart .if his fellow man
most quickly and surely. Light nnd
knowledge nro for tho eye, love and
music for tho ear. Hearing often
times seems to mo n nobler sense than
sight, with richer benedictions nt
tendnnt on It; with tender and holler
ofllces nsslgncd to It. v Man's voice,
tuned by sympathy, moving to tho
modulations of Intelligence nnd love,
may perform the sweetest nnd holiest
ministry of human life. Do you won
der, then, thut with books and with
friendly talk I have learned to bear
my aflllctloir cheerfully. William
Not in the Ledger.
Wlgg Burglars broke Into tho book
keeper's houso twice.
Wagg Thnt sort of double entry
was quite out of his line, I suppose.
"Wrtats in a Name?"
gjy. FACTS about jour namo; it's historp;
MARLL meaning; whence it t?os derWed; signifl
v cance; your luckj) dap nnd luckp jewel
INEZ tins n saintly origin since It
Is derived from tho Grcok word
ngnos, meaning "sncred," "pure," nnd
comes Into usage through the Latin
word for lnmb which Is agnus. The
lamb wns tho symbol of the Roman
maiden wIioho plnoo of martyrdom
named tho Church of Saint Agnese.
Pllgrlmnges nrc made there and It Is
snld thnt the gcntlo snlnt has appeared
to. supplicants, In human guise with
n lnmb of purest whiteness by her
side. Each yenr, two lambs' are
brought to tho popo nnd blessed In
tho Church of Saint Agnese; then
; they nro shorn nnd tho wool Is spun
I and woven by tho nuns Into palls
j presented by tho pop to ench prl-
Agnes or Agnese, Is In popular
usago as n proper name In England,
; Franco nnd Germany. Portugal Is
good breeding will demand that ho
carry iuty bundles or packages sho
may have. Sometimes u married
woman on going out with her hus
bnnd carries nn unnecessary number
of bundles feeling that she may curry
theso herself If sho chooses. To In
sist on doing this will put her hus
bnnd In a bud light, or he will up
penr to havo neglected to offer to
Again when you nro going to bo
conveyed to your destination in a
friend's automobile you should not
burden yourself with u lot of unwelldy
packages unless you havo been as
sured beforehnnd that your friend
wishes to do bo. If you have to
travel In n crowded car or train It
Is Inconsiderate to carry bulky lug
gage that will add to tho discom
fort of tho other travelers.
( by SIcCluro Ntwipaver Syndicate.)
Shirley Mason wa3 born In Brook
lyn, N. Y., twenty years ago. She is
tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emll
Fluga?th and a sister of Viola Dana
and Edna Flugarth, also screen favor
ites. Shirley began her stage career
at the age of three. She began her
screen career when only thirteen.
I do -not th'mK o. prudent one,
Trttv.t slf ho's o.mocn,4
'Would try to ecA can of ppi
Tlll he'cl Ta-movod tho CKn..
A Regular Visit.
"Wo'ro going to spend tho week-end
with tho Greens at their summer cot
tage." "That so? Whoso lden Is It, your's
or your wlfo's?"
"It Is not that kind of n visit nt
nil. They've actually written In nnd
responsible for Inez. Soft ns Agnese
is, it did not please tho Portuguese,
who changed It first to Incs. lndl
eating thq liquid sound of "gn" by tho
ceumn. Later it became Inez nnd
named the Ill-fated Inez do Castro,
whoso doom made It famous above ull
Portuguese feminine nnmes.
Incs nnd Inez flourished . for cen
turies there, beforo they wero brought
to England, and without being angli
cized woro used as British names un
reservedly. Tho dlmluutlvo which
the Portuguese hnd evolved. Innslln
wns left In Its natlvo land as being
too Latin for English ndontlon. Itnlv
too, rejected It, preferring Agneso, but
niso nuiiing Its own Agneto and Ag
nescn. Thomns Hood wrote a charming
lyric to "Fnlr Incs":
"Oh saw yo not fnlr Ines?
Sho's gono Into the West,
To dnzzlo when tho sun is down,
And rob the world of rest;
Sho took our daylight with her,
Tho smiles that wo love best,
With morning blushes on her cheek,
And penrls upon her breast.
Chrysolite Is Inez' tnllsmanlc
stone; "tho chrysolite of sunrise."
wrote Shelley. If worn upon the left
arm nnd tet In gold, It will drive nway
nil evil and protect !ts wearer from
contagion. Thursday la Inez' lucky
day and 7 her lucky number. Tho
chrysanthemum, signifying choorful-
ness, is nor iiower.
(Copyright by the Wboeler Syndicate. Inc.)
News of All Kinds Gathered From
Various Points Throughout '
Dr. I. II. Dillon, Chief of the stnte
bureau of health, is proud of tho death
rato of 0.01 per thousund population
m Nebrnsku us shown by records lu
his olllce for the year 1021
Everybody in Thayer county Is busy
getting rendy for tho county fair at
Destrier the last week In August.
Thirty-five children's clubs, represent
ing ICO children, will attend.
Practically every business establish
ment In Falls City was closed for one
hour when the funeral of Samuel
Wnhl, pioneer local merchant, was
held there one day Inst week.
Spontaneous combustion destroyed
Uie barn on1 the farm of George Coon
near Falls City, containing 1,200
bushels of corn, 000 bushels of wheat,
nnd n quantity of hay und farm im
plements. Mrs. Pnt Covey, of Omnhn, nged
102 years, foil nnd broke her hip
while wulklng In her backyard. Sho
told friends that this Is tho second
time In her llfo sho has been ill or
suffered nn Injury.
A deer In Riverside park zoo, has
presented Omaha with triplets. The
"herd" was found hidden In a clump
of bushes by John Llddle, keeper of
the zoo. Birth of triplets to u deer,
is said to bo extraordinary.
According to South Omaha stock
yard ofllclnls, business nt tho yards
Is suffering but llttlo from the rail
road strike. Tho largest cattlo run
of tho season was brought In Monday
and Tucsdny of last week.
Homer Cooper of Scottsbluff and
Otis Terhune of Goring have been
chosen to represent Scottsbluff county
boys nt tho state fair because of the
general excellence of their school
work nnd other enterprises.
The rebuilding of tho electric fight
plant of tho Cooper company of Hum
boldt, which was recently destroyed
by lire, has progressed for enough so
lhat the city of Humboldt Is now be
ing supplied with currentb y the com
pany. Out of n total of 8,500 cattlo tested
for tuberculosis during July by the
state department of ngrlculture and
the federal bureau of anlmnl Industry,
Douglas county furnished 2,750, in
whfch number there wero only 80
Charles, the nine-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lynch of Tecum
ch, endenvored to hnng u drawshaver
back on it nail In tho tool house, and
fell from a box upon tho tool. An
ugly gash was cut In his left forearm,
severing n yc'In.
Tho largest' single shipment of cattlo
over ipado over tho No th Platte val
ley branch of tho Union Pacific to
South Omaha, went through Gerlng
last week. Twenty-seven curs, collect
ed at Yoder and Lyman, constituted
tho train. The cattle wero In splendid
Stella Morris, 17, was injured at the
canning factory nt Nebraska City
when her clothing caught In the power
belting whllo she was attempting to
remove n shucking peg which had
fallen into tho carrier. She suffered
n broken right arm and received
Whllo digging n well on the out
skirts of Nellgh, workmen struck oil
which Is believed to bo part of n rich
deposit. Dr. Condra, state geologist,
of Lincoln, has been asked to make
&n Investigation. The Nellgh Chamb
er of Commerce Is also 'Investigating
tho oil prospects.
Announcement from the ofllce of
tho registrar nt tho state university
pays that students who registered for
tho first semester of tho 1022-23 school
yenr last May must pay their fees
beforo September 7 if they wish to
avoid having their schedules of classes
cancelled and re-reglsterlng.
A memorial stadium Is virtually as
sured nt the State University. Two
campaigns to raise money havo been
plnnncd, ono for October, at which
time every student will be nsked to
give a uniform sum of $23, nnd lu
November the state will bo cunvusscd.
Tho explosion of n welding torch
nt tho Rock Island roundhouse nt
Falrbury Injured D. Duffy, n work
man, nnd started a fire that damaged
the building to the extent of $1,000.
.Successful In winning aemocrntlc
mid progressive party nominations for
Btuto auditor, Grant L. Shumwny of
Scottsbluff learned to Iris surprise
that Iris name hud been written in on
snough prohibition party ballots to
plvo him the nomination of that party
also for the Mine post.
At n council meeting held by the
Omnhn Indian with the agent It wns
decided to hoal the nnnunl powwow
t Mncy, tho agency of tho Omaha
reservation, beginning Suturday, Sep
tember 2, nnd lasting until September
). Tho usual dances, pony races and
Rift presentations will be observod.
Valuations for Antelopo county have
been lowered $2,000,000 for 1022 with
it tax levy decroused from 0.0 mills
to 5 mills.
Wendell Myers of Exeter nnd
Mnurlco Theobald of Ohlowa, school
boys, hnvo been chosen by tho Fill
more county superintendent to attend
tho boys' enenmpment nt tho state
Encel Chambers, Falls City, was
badly burned nnd injured when n
bomb exploded In nn ulrpluno In which
ho was riding 11,000 feet high at nn
exhibition at Hickman at tho old set
Dawson will hold its HTth annual
old settlers' picnic August 23 and 24.
W. H. Morton of Falrbury has nc
ccpted Uie position of superintendent
of schools of Beatrice.
After u year of negotiation n trans
mission linens to be built from Gothen
burg to Brady nnd Maxwell.
Tho Luthernn church ut Mafcolm,
costing $11,000, recently completed,
wns dedlcnted lust Sunday.
Wallace Erlckson of Omaha, was
drowned while bathing nt Carter Lake
near that place Sunday.
One hundred Fremont business men
have signed up n guarantee for another
chuutuuqua to bo held during August,
A proposition to cull a special elec
tion for voting a water works has
been turned down by the town board
The 12-yenr-old son of Bert Trcfren,
living near Arciadla, was thrown from
his horso find suffered Injuries from
which he died.
Two county fnlrs will bo held In
Dodge county, ono opening August 0
nt Hooper nnd tho other September
13 nt Scrlbner.
Olllcers nnd members of tho Stato
gunrtl, nearly 1,500 In number, are in
khnkl tents nt Plnttsmouth for a two
Tho village of Big Springs has regis
tered $30,000 of funding bonds with
tho state nuditor. The bonds wero
bought by n Denver ffrm.
Three prisoners In the city Jail nt
Arlington, all held in connection with
a bootlegging case, escaped after saw
ing the bars of their cell.
Fillmore county hns obtained a
home economics demonstrator to work
in conjunction with tho county agri
cultural ngent, Lee Thompson.
Tho stato department of trado and
commerce has announced the granting
of n chnrter to the Spencer, Neb.,
Stato bank, capitalized at $25,000.
Mrs. Karl Matous of Huvelock Is
dead ns n result of an auto accident
near Ashland. Two other women In
the car with her were badly injured.
O'Kane Bros., Gothenburg potato
growers, recently shipped fourteen
tons of their first crop. Their fields
average from 150 to 175 bushels per
The sugar beet crop in Uie North
Plntto valley, is estimated by sugar
officials to be a record breaker in
point of acre production for many
The fair board of Red Willow
county has decided upon October 3,
4, 5 and 0, ns the dates for holding
the fall exhibition of tho ussoclatlon
The Nebraska farm bureau federa
tion will have a tent on the state fair
grounds aguin this year for the con.
venlence of members who will visit
Two masked burglars entered the
farm home of John Stuhr near York,
gagged and bound Raymond, 10-yenr-old
son, rifled the house and made
awny with $125.
When the auto in which he and his
bride were riding struck a hog, Albert
Lydick of Table Rock suffered In
juries thnt caused his death. His
bride was badly bruised.
A night "air raid" on Norfolk Is ono
of the features planned for the inter
state nero meet which will be held In
thnt city this month under tho aus
pices of the American Legion.
A herd of hogs lie was driving
from ono pen to nnother turned and
nttacked L. D. Waldron, fnrmer living
near Orchard. He wns thrown to the
ground and llgnments In a leg torn
before ho could escnpe.
B. J. McConnell, post' commander
of "Old Abe" post No. G3, at Super
ior, has announced that August 24,
the second dny of the big pageant,
"The Melting Pot," will be reunion
day for civil war veterans.
Organization of a "Big Four Tennis
association" Is being planned, tho
counties of Cedar, Knox, Wayne and
Pierce to be Included. A tournament
will bo held at Randolph on Labor
day, In which players from tho four
counties will be entered nnd definite
steps will then bo 'taken to form a
Stromsburg celebrated Its fiftieth
nnnlversnry last week with an ap
propriate program and n large crowd
of Polk county citizens In attendance.
The big number on the program was
the pageant parade. Tho address of
welcome wns delivered by Mrs. Alex
Scott nnd a paper rend on tho early
history of the county by Liberty Clark
of Osceola, who is the oldest resident
of the county, he having enmo in 1809.
An attempt was mndo to enter tho
Douglas store nt Clnrks. City Mar
shal Nick Krler discovered them nt
the front door nnd cnlled to them.
They answered by firing two shots
nt the officer, ono of them hitting
him in the right leg above tho knee.
The second annual reunion of the
SOth division, ono of the most cele
brated fighting divisions In the Ameri
can expedltlonnry forces, will be held
In Omaha, September 20 to 22 In
clusive. This Is during the Ak-Snr-Ben
fall festival, which will afford somo
excellent ontcrtnlnment for tho visit
ing ex-service men.
Scouts of the United States, depart
ment of agriculture, seeking to curb
the spread of black Mem rust, dis
covered 3,733 common bnrberry bushes
In Nebraska In July.
J. A. Schoonover, postmaster nt
Aurora, will draw $200 more than tho
regular salary limit this year becauso
tho referendum pamphlets will bo
mulled from that office. Tho contract
for printing them was awarded to an
Aurora publishing houso and tho post
age alone will cost tho stato $3,300.
Tho government allows n percentage
to postmasters for tho amount of
STATES R. R. MAN
Stomach Troublo Had Him Nearly
Past Going, Declares Mowrer.
"Tanlac has helped mo to gain ten
pounds," said J. E. Mowrer, 157 Park
St., Akron, O,, well-known railroad
"My stomach was In such bad fix
that for several days nt n time I could
hardly retain any food. I had no ap
petite nnd often the very sight of food
mndo mo sick. I wns Intensely nerv
ous, too, could not rest nt night, felt
tired nnd worn out nil the time, and
lost weight nnd strength until I was
almost a wreck.
"Tnnlnc has mndo mo feel llko a dif
ferent mnn. My nppitlto Is enormous
nnd I haven't a sign of Indigestion
left I never felt stronger. Tanlao
certainly does tho work."
Tunlnc Is sold by all good druggists.
EVIDENTLY HER UNLUCKY DAY
Woman Probably Convinced That at
That Moment Her "Jinx" Was
Strictly on the Job.
I was very busy upstairs with soma
necessary writing, nnd, glancing out
tho window, beheld Mrs. "Stay-For-cver,"
a neighbor, coming up the walk.
Calling my small daughter, I told her
to tell tho visitor I was not at homo.
Sho descended the stairs to do my bid
ding and I tipped softly to tho top of
the stairs to henr tho conversation.
"Mother home?" inquired Mrs. Neigh
bor. "No, ma'am," said my faithful child.
At this unfortunate moment the
heavy blue bends I wore nround my
neck broke and rattled down in the hall
like a heavy hailstorm. My small
daughter glanced at the dancing glass
particles and, looking up in consterna
tion, cried, "O, mother, you broke your
pretty blue beads I" Chicago Tribune.
The charm of a bathroom Is its spot
lessness. By the use of Red Cross Bnll
Blue, all cloths and towels retain their
whiteness until worn out Advertise
ment Two to Consider.
"Be mine nnd I shall be the happiest
of mortals." "No. I'll remain us I am.
I also want to bo happy."
Fred Probably Knew.
"I notice you don't use a llp-stlck?"
"No. Fred said It wns very bad taste."
254: and 75$ Packages, Everywhere
Freckles Positively Removed
hv Dr. IWrv'fl VrrrVir Olnrrronr Hln
complexion. Your druggist or by mall Met tend for
face booklet. Dr. C. B. Iirrj Co.. 2975 Mlthlgin Chlean
Which Only Aggravate
Nujol is a lubricant not a
medicine or laxative bo
When you are constipated,
aot enough of Nature's
lubricating liquid is pro
duced in the bowel to keep
the food waste soft and
Moving. Doctors prescribe
it acts like
it Try it to-
A UIOfflCANT-NOT A LAXATIVE
Life is a burden when tho body
is racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine take
Th Nadonal Remedy of Holland for over
200 years; it is an enemy of all pains re
sulting from kidney, liver and uric add
troubles. All druggists, three sizes.
Look for tho name Gold Medal on every fao&
xri accept na'lxniutloa
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