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HOW'D YOU LIKE TO BE IN ON THIS COAL DIVIDEND?
i This is a dollar's worth of coal.
' What makes it cost a dollar?
There is 65 cents worth of labor
There is 10 cents worth of interest
and rent in it. c
There is 15 cents worth of -the use
of machinery in it.
But this only makes 90 cents. Sure.
The other 10 cents is PROFIT.
What will Uncle Sam do with this
profit? He proposes to &ive 5 cents
of it to. the man who mines the coal,
in addition to his wages, and 5 cents
of it to the man who uses, the coal, as
Doesn't this beat giving it to the
Guggenheim coal trust?
FRIED GREEN TOMATOES
Cut green tomatoes into slices a
quarter of an inch thick. Do not
peal. Heat in frying pan two table
spoons of butter and one of bacon
drippings. Lay each slice of tomato
in and fry on both sides. Turn care
fully without breaking and after
turning season with salt and pepper.
.Serveas a border for chops or steak.
One minced onion may be added to
the "butter, if desired.
HORSE'S NECK '
Peel a lemon as you do an apple
and drop the peeling into a large tum
bler. Add lump of ice and a bottle
of ginger ale.