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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1913)
THE SEMI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION
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"See the New;
They're Mercerized the
" "0 you mean to say, son,
IJ they guarantee a fine look
ing light-weight sock like
that to wear six months without
That is exactly what wc arc doing. Wc
do the mercerizing ourselves. Our proc
ess, the latest, adds 22 per cent to the
strength as well as gives to the ho.se a
beautiful silky lustre. Six pairs cost
$1.50, guaranteed six months.
These new hose are soft, pliable, styl
ish and sheer. The foundation of the
wear is yarn that costs us an average of 7-lc
a pound. We could buy common yarn for
32c; but hose made from it wouldn't last.
MM ron wmen, women MMaho chilokeh.
Look (or the Trademark and Signature,
a-XcSthcjCd , Stamped on Every Pair. The
genuine Holeproof are sold in your town.
Write for the dealers' names. We shlo direct
where there's no dealer near, clinnres pre
paid, on receipt of remittance. Six pairs of
cotton hose, u'uaranteed sl months.for men.
cost il.M to St per box: for women ami chil
dren, to SI per Ihx: for Infants. $1 per Ikjx
of four pairs. Several welt'hts: all sizes
and colois. Three pairs of Mk Holeproof.
euaranteed three months, ror
men and women, cost i3 a lx
for men and ?:i a 1k for
I women. All colors. Write for
free book on Holeproof.
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO.
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Holeproof lloiicry Co. of Canada. Ltd. .'o
London, Canada aiCo!tM
"Wrffokpra)fHasc and Fixilhc Mend"
rr' j7 For long wear, nt and stylf
nOIStyPCiOT tliow aro the llnet Hllk
MlTZiTTrf.i.TZV Clove" prcMluc-eil. Made In
C:il,S''l'?Zl all length Hires and col
UJffllOVCK nr Write for the lllu
" a' trated liooW that tells all
I'Oll WIDIDN about them and for tho
name of the dealer near joil who handles them.
Is frequently made by
mMicru of oar f anions
Merry (in Hounds. H Is a
bllf paying, healthful,
tiUBlneris. Just the thine
for the man Mho can't
Ptand lndr work or Is
not lit forlieavy work .ami
has nome money to Invent
In a money maker. We
make everything In the
Killing Gallery line from
a hand power Merry-Uo-Konmltothehtehetit
a ron BRell en. They a re
simple In construction and require nonpeclal knowledge
to operate. Write to-day for catalogue and particulars.
Park Amusement Outfitters
609 Sweeney St. .North Tbnawanda,N.Y.
SiiJ by 4ttltr tteryiihert
CANVAS COVERED CANOES
TTitvlnhamllr mint water lies! all aimmd .anoc I av
H paddling, light speedy and er htrad) Draws little nattr. I
Iuuti arrifi inn ouuasii an ouicr . im iii m "wmnu'
hip,tlf, finish t hoitiandi in ise Write for tatalfg of pad
dhne.fcalllpg and motor -.anoe fmO
KENNEBEC CANOE CO., 27 R. R Sq , Wittnrills, Ms,
Greidcr's Fine Catalogue
and caleadsr of (mre-bred poultry for 1913, Urge.
colon. 10 TrWiis illustrated and drscritwd. Iaca
bstorsand broodtrs.low price of stock an! egfi for
bsicbloi. Airft-clitulde to all poultry raisers. fiend
lOo for this noted l ook,
B. H, Oft EIDER, Box 132 Bhtwm. ?a.
i'.p.-u ii iiiiiiMi f Vnii enn trit it re nil um prices In
any market If you'll read "Poultrology " and learn how
Yesterlald Keg Farms produce and market their ores.
Hi pages- TOplctures. Getonoiiou l Kdltlon limited.
YrHtcrlaltl Kcir Farm, Dept. fiO, l'ucUlv, Mo.
new third ward and asked us to lend linn
Judge Simms and help us keep him sober
for flip next thirty days.
We did it, but it was the worst job
I ever tackled, Judge had what you
might eall a perpetual thirst ami his
sufferings that luonth were awful, liv
ery day Sam would take him and ride
west into the new part of Jupiter City,
and every night they'd eome loping back,
Sam silent as a stone gate post, and the
.ludge racing for his allowance of two
bottles of beer with a tongue as furry
as one of them new hats. Nary a word
could we get from either of 'em; but
Sam assured us that everything was
all right, and encouraged us to keep
the population safely rounded up and
staked down which we did, Ike and
me, with tremendous difficulty, licking
some of 'em and giving the rest un
limited credit at the Imperial Cafe. And
in the meantime, election come booming
along, nearer and nearer, and the Thun
der deckers were so arrogant and to
tally superfluous in their remarks, that
Ike and me took to beating 'em up, two
or threo at a time, whenever they eome
over to get a driiik.
YYHKX election day como 1 didn't
vv have a mite of hope; but Sam and
tho Judgo was as calm ami maddening as
out, and disappeared in the morning
as usual, telling us to round up the cit
izens and vote 'cm early at all hazards,
which we did, and when we plumped
twenty-seven votes, and then began set
ting 'round waiting for thirty more to
fall from Heaven like manna, "the Thun
der Creekers like to split themselves
with triumph. They had fifty-two votes,
including two Indians who came over in
wheelbarrows and voted or was voted,
to be particular about it. Wo wanted
to challenge- them two votes, but they
only laughed at us, and then rubbed
things in by throwing out poor old Ying
Lee's vote. Ho was perfectly sober, too,
and good as any Indian as ever lived.
Oh, they run things with a high hand, nnd
all wo could do was to sit around and
grind our teeth slowly down, and glare
at tho western horizon and our watches,
like a. man who is standing on a scaf
fold with tho rope around his neck,
waiting for a personal friend to come
from Australia with an alibi.
It was a quarter to five and tho Thun
der Creekers wero getting powerful im
patient, wanting to close up and quit
right there, when I discovered a small
cloud on tho horizon about as big as a
man 's hand, ho to speak. I called Ike 's
attention to it and ho begun helping me
to watch it. It kept a growing and a
growing, and pretty soon it began to
make a peculiar noise, as much like a
hundred horse hoofs on tho hard prairie
sod as anything you could imagine. The
Thunder Creekers wero interested, too,
but scornful. Whatever it was didn't
live in tho county and could only spec
tate, and they was a going to clo&o the
polls five minutes ahead of timo when
the cloud arrived, darn near choking us;
and Sam Liuthicus, watch in hand, rolls
off his pony and demands to vote. And
so does thirty cowboys from tho Low
Growl ranch, who had been composing
tho said cloud.
WELL, sir, organized government teet
ered on her hocks for a minute-; but
order finally prevailed, owing to tho
strong desire of thoso cowboys, which
they was n 't slow about expressing. And
then, while they was a dropping votes
in tho box that fell liko clods on Thun
der Creek's coffin, Judge Simms, with
the last sober moments which ho indulged
in for some weeks, got up on a barrel
and explained to the raging multitude
how the stables and bunk houso of the
i Low Growl ranch had been moved over
across the lino into our county some
weeks before, on account of better
water, and how Jupiter City had an
nexed tho territory, all proper and legal
with papers from tho State Capital to
prove it, and how these enthusiastic cit
izens of Jupiter City had ridden twenty
miles to vote for their town. And in
the meantime. Sam Liuthicus, who was
on our shoulders, was also explaining
how ho had had a dickens of a time to
keep them saino citizens from riding over
to Make These Foods
Prof. A. P. Anderson spent seven years to solve this
problem of Puffed Wheat and Rice.
Every food uranule in wheat and rice has a little center of mois
ture. The problem was to turn that moisture to steam, then ex
plode the steam.
That meant to create inside of each granule a pressure of 175
pounds. And every kernel contains not less than 125,000,000 granules.
All these millions of granules were to be blasted to
pieces without blasting the kernel too.
We seal the grains up in mammoth nuns and revolve those guns
for one full hour in 550 degrees of heat.
When these grains explode the coats expand. The grains come
out eight times their normal size. Hut these crisp grains, though
puffed like hubbies, remain shaped as they grew.
The result of this process is the best-cooked food that
science ever knew.
Other methods break some of the granules. That's the whole
object of cooking. But this process alone blasts every food granule
into digestible atoms.
So these fascinating foods are also scientific. Whole grains are
made wholly digestible.
These foods that millions love best are among the best foods for
them. Every physician knows that.
Seven Ways to Serve
Serve in the morning with sugar anil cream. Or mix with any
Noon or night-time, serve like crackers in a bowl of milk.'
Use as crisps in soup.
Scatter them over a dish of ice cream, to give a nut-like blend.
Let hoys take a pocketful to cat like peanuts when at play.
Let the girls make Puffed Rice candy. There's a recipe on the
Wherever nut meats taste good, so does Puffed Wheat or Rice.
For the grains have an almond flavor, much like toasted nuts.
They are porous, crisp, thin-walled and airy. You are losing a
treat if you lack them. Tell your grocer now, before you forget
it to send you a package of each.
The Quaker Qs (pmpany
Sole Makers Chicago
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