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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
The Army of Constipation I (Growing Smaller Every Day CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS are responsible they A , StrmiilCARTER'S ncntlycure Con- WITTLE IlVER Wpills. axaS iipalion. Mil lion3 use them for uilirtntnftta Indigestion, Sick Headache, SaJiovr Slan. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature ---, ' WHY N9T TRY POPHAM'S a Gives Prompt ami Positive Relief In Every ' Trlul Package by Mall 10c. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., ProDS.. Cleveland. 0. 1 e w....iii BUCK i LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED Cutter'o Blackleg Pllli. Low. iriced. freeh, reliable: preferred bj Vutcm itocknun. bei-ause they protect where other vaccines fall. Writ for booklet and tPitlmonUl. 10-dese pkge. Olaeklei Pills JI.00 80. dole pkgo. Blackleg Pill 4.00 TTflA Ih, inliK-tir. lillt rhlttpr' hut. IJLJL& Th superlorltr of Cutter produce Li due to over II years or epeclallilnj: In vaeclnee and terumi only. Insist on Cutttr'i. If unobtainable, order direct. The Cutter Laboratory. Berkeley, Cal., or Chicago, ItU tM BESTBniHtffl EYE 21 FOR lEArI ACHES i Nebraska Directory BLISS A WKLLMAK Live Stock Commission Merchants 201-200 Kxchango llulldlnr, Soulli Oiimtm All stock consigned to us la aold by members of tbe linn, and all employees havo been selected rma trained tor tbe work wblcb tber da. nrlu-M-eaf m K Wntioa r. Colomtin, Patent Lawycr.Washlneton, Ticl Advice and books free. tutes reasonable, II lenest references. Ilcst services. Somo women sweeten their tea with gossip Instead of sugar. Smile on wash day. That's when you un Ited Cros Ball Blue. Clothes whiter than enow. All croccrs. Adv. In tho per capita consumptibn of to bacco Holland leads the world, with Belgium Becond and tho United Statoa third. Self-Satlcfactlon Explained. He I like simple things best. She I've noticed how self-satisfied you arc Expenses Cut Down. "Wo mu3t admit that tho cost of liv ing is rather high," said the campaign adviser. "Well," replied Senator Sorghum, wo must do something with the mon ey. Wo can't buy votes with It any more." Washington Star. Not Particular. A prisoner in ono of the Irish police courts the other day was ashed his oc cupation. He mentioned several call ings that ho followed from time to time. "And among other things," inquired tho prosecuting lawyer, "do you pick pockets?" "No," ho retorted; "I don't pick them; 1 Just take them as they come." Resonant Turn-Turns. Little Madge had been listening to her mother reading from the paper. All was silent for some little time, and then Madgo burst out luughing very suddenly. "Why, dearie," said - tho mother, "what Is it?" "I was thinking of what you just read about tho wild people In Africa, mother," replied the child. "Ilut there was nothing amusing about that, dear.',' "Why, yes there was, mother," said Madgo, "about their beating on thoir tum-tums till thoy could bo heard for miles." Everybody's Magazine. The "Meat" of Corn the sweet centers of choice Indian corn; cooked, seasoned just right, rolled thin as paper and toasted until they become golden brown (lakes crisp and delicious ! That's why OS1 Toasties are better than ordinary "com flakes." Toasties are packed in an inner container inside the tight-sealed, familiar, yellow carton keeps the food fresh and cn'sp for your appelite Superior Corn Flakes sola by Grocers. LE&Lk JM3.'P mmml L ftr v md MEV u UtvL XV.I. JLVlJlJLLiL Th) In our Judgments ns In our doings, we must benr and forbear. There ! scarcely a sin In the world tlint Is such u crying one us Ingrati tude. CHEESE IN COOKERY. Cheoso Is such a wholesome food In itself that It Is almost a perfect one. Many a hard-working man has found it most satisfying with good, wholesomo bread, well baked. Stuffed Figs. Steam n few large pulled figs nnd (ill with cream cheese that has been softened with cream and highly seasoned with cayenno and salt. Servo as an ac companiment to lottuce or any other light salad. Cheese Sandwiches. These arc de licious,, If carefully made. Cut bread In small triangles nnd lit with a piece of cheese the same size, place another piece of bread on top and saute In butter In a hot frying pan, browning both sides. Servo with lottuce. A tlnBli of seasoning may be added to tho cheese. Cheese Fritters. Molt a fourth of a cupful of butter, add a fourth of a cupful each of flour and cornstarch, blended together, then pour on, stir ring constantly, two cupfuls of milk. Bring to tho boiling point and let sim mer threo minutes, stirring con stantly. Add tho yolks of two eggs, slight ly beaten, one-half a cupful of grated cheese, one-half a teaspoonful of salt, and a few dashes of cayenne. Pour into a buttered pan and cool. Turn on a board and cut in diamond shapes. Place on a platter, sprinkle with grated cheese nnd brown in a mod erate oven. Set the platter In a drip ping pan with water In it and It will not Injure tho best china. Baked Rarebit. Cut a pound of soft, mild cheese In thin slices. Pre pare two and a half cupfuls of bread crumbs, and add two tablespoonfuls of melted butter. Sprinkle a layer of tho buttered crumbs in a buttered baking dish, cover with one-third of tho cheese, sprinkle with salt and paprika and repeat, making threo lay ers. Beat threo eggs slightly, add ono and a half cupfuls of milk, and nour over tho mixture, Bako in a moderato oven 25 minutes Servo at nice. Oh, home! our comforter nnd friend when i others fall awny, to part with whomr nt any Btep beUveon the cradle and the grave, is always sorrowful. Although n skillful llattcrer Is a most delightful companion If you can keep him all to yomself. his tasto becomes very doubtful when lie takes to com plimenting other people. Dickens. WAYS OF SERVING PINEAPPLE. Pineapples are ono of our most valu able fruits; besides being most re freshing and deli cious to tho taste they have a marked medicinal value, and aro used for affections of tho throat. Pineapple is ono of those satis fying fruits which may be canned or preserved without losing all resemblance to tho fresh fruit. As each year comes we find the pineapple mora abundant, and in con sequence more reasonable In price. Tliero aro now few weeks In tho year when fresh plnenpple is not to bo seen in the markets. Pineapple Compote. Cook a cupful of rice until it is quite soft, and each grain stands out by itself. Form tho rice Into mounds about tho sizo of a slice of pineapple, place a slice on top and pour over a sauce made from tho pineapple juice, sugar, a little lemon juice and butter. Servo hot. Pineapple Snow. Drain the sirup from a can of plncapplo and when boiling stir in two tablespoonfuls of cornstarch mixed with a llttlo cold Juice. Mash tho fruit to a pulp and stir Into the' thickened juice. Beat tho whites of two eggs until stiff and fold In lightly. Pour Into a mold, set on Ice and serve with well-sweetened whipped cream. Pineapple Omelet. Muke an ordi nary five-egg omelet and fold Into it while It Is cooking nnd yet soft a can of shredded plncapplo which lias been gently cooked with a cupful of sugar until the juice has been reduced. Dust thickly with sugar and brown. Pineapple Fritters. Sift together a cupful of flour a half teaspoonful of baking powder, a quarter of a tea spoonful of salt, add a can of plnc applo .from Its juice, sprinkle with sugar and let stand ono hour. Dip Little or Grer.t? When ordinary men allow them selves to be worked up by common everyday difficulties Into fever-fits of passion, wo can glvo them nothing but a compasslonnto smile. But we look with a kind of awo on a spirit In which the seed of a great destiny has been sown, which must abido tho un loiding of tho gorm, and nolther daro nor can do anything to iiroclpitato olthr Hie good or the ill, either tho happiness or tho misery which Is to bHsh oa' of lt-Cartho each piece in tho fritter batter, which should bo thick enough to hold Its shapo when dropped Into hot fat. If too thin add more flour. Fry in deep, hot fat, drain on pnper nnd dust with powdered sugar. A sauce of tho jutco of plncapplo with sugar and butter makes thorn still more delicious If served with them. Simplicity nnd plainness arc the soul of elognnco. What nro tho odds so Ions as tho Are of pout Is kindled at the taper of con viviality, nnd tho wind or ftlendshlp never moults a feather. HELPFUL HINTS. Tho problem of disposing of tin cans even with a good system of gar bage romoval has been solved In a mensuro by ono bright woman who punches holes in the bottom after removing tho con tents, flattening thorn out with' a few strokes of hammer, then thoy will not hold water and take up very llttlo room in the can or barrel. A fiber brush used on the rubbing board to scrub very soiled places, will save tho hands ns well as thd clothing; tho brush enters into the weave of the cloth and soon tho soil disappears. When grating horseradish or peel ing onions wear n pair of auto goggles, tho eyes will be saved much discom fort. Doll up your old tin and Iron uten sils In lye water once in a while and see how smooth nnd clean they will he. Then with a good scouring they will look bright again. Tho emergency Bhelf has beon spo ken of so often that it seems as If ev erybody must know its value by this time. Have a few canned soups, somo vegetables, like corn, beans and peas, nuts, figs nnd good crackors as well as a bottle of olives, somo cans of sal mon, only to bo used In case of sudden unplanned-for company. It will bo a source of great comfort to be thus fortified. Let celery Ho In cold water somo time before using, to crisp it. Dncon ends may bo purchased at a much lower rato than the sliced bacon and one will find It a great saving to invest in them occasionally. Boiled celery served in a rich white sauce makes a most tasty dish to servo with meats or as a luncheon dish. How difficult It Is for tho firmest of us to be nlways guarded I No hand can make the clock which will strlko again for mo' tho hours that aic Bono. Dickens. In tnti world n great deal of tho bit terness umongst us arises from an im perfect understanding of ono another. SOME "BEST" RECIPES. Tuck theso anywhere tli6y may be found, for they are new and unusual, many of them. Date and Apple Pie. Line a pie plate with a rich crust and fill with a mixture of chopped dntes and tart apples. Sprinkle over the fruit three-quarters of a cupful of sugar, a teaspoonful of cinna mon and half a teaspoonful of grated nutmeg. Dot over with bits of but ter and adjust the upper crust. Brush over with a beaten egg nnd bake In a moderate oven three-quarters of an hour. Servo cold with thick, sweet cream. Oyster Sausage. Take n half pound of veal, ono pint of oysters, tho yolks of two eggs, a quarter of a cupful of cracker crumbs and a small pieco of suet. Pass tho veal, oysters and suet through tho meat grinder, mix with the crumbs, that have been soaked with the oyster liquor and add the eggs. Season highly with salt, pepper and celery salt and a pinch of ma'e Mix well together, shape in croquettes, dip In egg nnd crumbs and fryjn deep fat. Servo on a mound of mashed potatoes. Orange Breaa Pudding. To a cup 4i of stale bread crumbs add a cupful of cream. When tho cream Is all ab norbed heat lightly with a fork and add the grated yellow rind of an or angc and tho julco of two. Sweeten to taste, add a pinch of salt and half a cupful of boiling milk. Blend tho in gredlents thoroughly, fold In tho stlllly beaten whites of two eggs and pour Into huttored cup. Set In a pan of hot water and bake until Arm In a moder ate oven. England and Ireland. Erin-go-Bragh means "Ireland for over." Tho Itoyal Standnrd waB adopted Jnnuary 1, 1801, on tho union o Ireland with Great Britain. TIig quarters wero representative of the threo countries: England, three cou chant lions on n red background In th Hist nnd fourth quarters; Scotland, a rampant Hon in tto second quarter; and Ireland, a goldon harp on a gruen background, In tho third quarter. Tho lion of Scctlriul was taken froro the coat of nrvM ' 'nines VI Horikiiltttd 0: DEADLIEST ENEMY OF APPLE San Jose Scale Will Attack Almost Any Sort of Deciduous Tree Spraying Is Only Remedy. Tho San Joso scalo Is tho most de structive scalo Insect found In tho ap plo orchards. Wo aro ablo to Btnnd tho onslaughts of tho frost, of tho cod ling moth, tont-cntorplllars and scab, and still make somo money. But in tho last flvo years tho only thing that has provonted tho ruin of tho Industry was heavy Investments In sprayers and spraying materials. Last sprliig I drovo through' three of our applo counties. I saw many or chards being cut down. Tho San Jobg scalo had ruined thorn. Spraying had been put oft too long to bo of nny value to them nnd tho owners wero doing tho right thing under tho cir cumstances. Thoy woro making log piles and brush heaps of what had been somo very fine old orchards. San Joso scale will attack almost any sort of deciduous tree. It can exist on nenrly any wood plant and If left alono It will kill tho trco In a few years. Of courso, long before tho trot Is dead It becomes worthless as a fruit producer. Tho smallneBs of tho scalo provonts. Its early Identification. Tho lndlvldu al scales aro hardly over larger than a pin head. Tho most characteristic thing about this scalo Is that It causes tho bark, that is, tho lnnet bark, to turn slightly reddish In color Look for tho llttlo "nlpplo" In tho con. ter of tho scalo. With an ordlnnrj pocket lens thero Is no difficulty In mnklilg out just what It Is. If you arc In doubt about tho scale, send a twig carrying some of tho deposit to yout state experiment station for an expert opinion. When it appears upon old trees the scalo Is usually found on tho twigs oi Bmallor limbs. On young trees It may appear over tho entlro surfneo of the bark. Leaves and fruit are often in feBted with It. On tho hark of young trees, on tho leaves and on Infected fruit thero Is usually a sort of a pur plish ring around the scale. Tho scales that live through tho win tor mnturo In tho early spring. Each of tho fomales gives birth, to living young, about four hundred of them at a time. For a day or two theso micro scoplc yellowish creatures crawl about over tho bark and then sottlo down ta sucking sap and weaving tho curious scalo. It Is composed of white, wax llko thread, matted together and mak ing a den3o covering. Tho remedy sounds simple, but if not altogether so. Of course, sprriV Ing Is the only means of fighting tin Snn Joso scalo. 'Spray with full strength lime sulphur solution In the dormant period. This should bo done lato In tho autumn or very early In tho s,prlng. Mild days during the fall tho winter or early Bprlng should be selected for tho Job. Up to tho tlmo growth begins In the spring the Hmo sulphur spray may be used. Misclblo oils aro sometime? UBed with good effect during tho dor mant period. In summer spraying with self-boiled Hmo sulphur will hold tho scale In check. GUARD FOR A PRUNING SAW Satisfactory Device May Be Made Out of Brass Curtain Rod by frying It Apart Slightly. Tho double-edged pruning snw with coarso teeth on ono side and line on tho other would bo far more widely used, if it woro not for the fact that tho unused edge so often injures the bark of tho trunk when tho saw is Guard for Unused Teeth. being used. A very satisfactory guard may bo quickly mado of brass curtalq rod by prying it apart slightly at tho seam and cutting a suitable length to fit over the edge, as shown In the illustration. This will cling to thr saw blade by Its own tonslon. Do Not Crowd Trees. Misinformation Is given In certnln sections concerning tjio propor dls tanco between trees In an orchnrd It has been recommended by certnln uninformed nurserymen thnt trees be planted about fifteen foot apart each way, whereas they should bo thirty flvo to forty feet apart If planted too close, thoy cannot ho cultivated or sprayed to good advantage. Tho limbs grow upright and mnko picking difficult. Furthermore, Blinded por tions of tho treo will not set a normal crop. Tho horticultural dopartmonl of tho Nebraska agricultural college Mays that the proper distances for ho different trees aro as follows: Olietries and peaches, twonty foot; titl apples, thirty to forty feet except 'Vhltnoy crab and Duchoss and other mrlfiht vrrle'les, which may be plant ed but twenty-five feet apart. n .. i . as f jl j.fUuUliUiUhUitiJM.i I.I J i Fur-Cloths and SifSSft WW I'aEaW'feBflRflwtT'UalaHBaVIl '(faLalf J-vSfc jjfcj 'PllVT' w THE wonderful now' fur-cloths aro so like tho skins which thoy lmltato that thoy appear In all outeldo gar ments made up with genuine furs 'usod as a trimming. Thoy do not suffer In tho least by comparison with those. Tho owner of a coat mado of ex pensive fur somotlmos finds a drop of hltternesB mixed with hor pleasuro in it. Tho thought of tho number of small animals that must bo sacrificed or more often still, the thought that tho flnost of furs aro not vory d"rable, aro disturbing to one's poaco of mind. Now that tho now fur-cloths havo proved such n triumph with women of fashion thoy may havo wraps moro durablo than natural furs, longer lived and qulto aB beautiful, without regrets. Anothor good foaturo of tho fur cloth wrap lies In tho fact that It may bo altored In shape to conform to tho altered lines of the stylos as now sea sons arrive. Tho altering of fur gar ments is an oxpenslvd undertaking on nccount of tho difficulty of matching and sewing skins. No difficulties of this kind are met with in handling fur cloths. A very handsome coat of broadtail fur-cloth Is shown In tho plcturo given here. It Is cut on straight lines, flnr Ing toward tho bottom, nnd finished with a collnr nnd cuffs of ronl chin chilla fur. It is a short coat with flounce set on, shaped to flaro and ripple at The Newest Shapes in Velvet Hats THE velvot hat, having boon mado In 07ery shapo with which wo aro fa miliar, now uppoara In novol shapes that wo havo not seini before. So far nothing has appeared to supplant It, al though there Is a whisper in tho air that thoso who like to bo "different" may soon chooso hatter's plush, bright finished felts, or hats of bright finish combined with suede leather. But If ono admires velvet and Is looking for novelty, two out of tho three shupes pictured abovo aro cor tulnly odd and picturesque enough to fill the requirement. Tho third Is a standard Bhapo so good that nothing w'ill evor make it unpopular. Tho daring and dashing holmot is a reflection of war times and an oxtromo of the military mode. Minus tho chin ntrap, thoro Is no reason why It should not provo a successful modol. It 1b military enough without this oxtromo and Inconvenient accesaory. Tho stand ing cockadn of Spanish coquo foutherc, and tho bright silver braid, look qulto warllko without tho strap. It Is a shapo for youthful woarorB who aro ox cuscd for Tunning into daring ex tremog. A beautiful now shupo is pictured with a soft top crown, a wido collar foi i sldo crown and it squnru brim turned up on threo sides. This is a handmade hape. moderately largo, with tho up- iiud portlouH of the brim curving Furs in Wraps the fides and back. It la linod with V plain satin and fastened with hand somo Jot buttons. Worn with tho coat Is a mutt of panuo velvot bordored with tho fur cloth. A. velvet chrysanthemum la mounted on one border. A smart vel vet turban, with tho crown extended Into wings and tho nhapo outlined with box-plaited satin ribbon, com plotea a costume that will compel ad miration In any gathering of fashion ably dressed Women. Gay and Novel Is This. Red and whlto Pekln Btripod pussy willow Bilk tho popular Bilk for blousoB with 'tho younger contingent waB used to build a gay llttlo replica of an Imported model. Tho Btripod blouse opens over n vost of whlto plquo, which curves around In waist coat offoct nnd joins a bolt of tho silk. An organdlo flaro" collar rises at the back and big red buttons fasten the whlto wjnlatcoat. Silver and Green. Silver laco and emerald green vol vet havo been combined In several ol tho models of tho autumn that have attracted wide nttontlon. Ono ovonlna gown 1b mado with much silver laco on an emerald green foundation nnd fun thor trimming of rhlncstones to add to the silvery, light effect. downward at tho edgea. Its charm is Increased bocauso the lines of tho brim arc soft, tho framo over which tho velvet Is laid being of soiuo flex Iblo material without any rigid out lines. So novel a shape neods llttlo trim ming, and tho extremo of simplicity has been adopted In this hat. A curi ous ornament of silver flitter spangloo Is mounted at tho front. Soft ostrich plumes aro suggested by the shape, and if short and full ought to provo especially woll on so rich u back ground. The third hat Is classed among that legion of shapes called "sailor" with out any vory good reason. Tho crown is oft with puffed top and narrow collar of velvet laid In folds. Tho brim 1b plain, lifting a llttlo at tho loft, whoro It wldons. It 1b very graceful. This hat Is trimmed with a vory handsome spray of silver flowers and follago laid across tho baso of tho crown at tho left front. It Is almost Impossible to descriho tho novoltles in trimming of cllver and other motalllc effects, thoy are so new nnd unllko other tlilngB. But never was anything moro beautiful and striking usod with black and dark-colored volvots. This last hat Is a lovoly and con Borvatlvo piece of millinery, JULIA BOTTOMLEY. Jl