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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA.
SELF DEFENSE DEFEAT BACKACHE AND K1INEY TROUBLE WITH ANURIC Many people in this section, as else ?rc,',havo sufforod from rhoumntiam na kidnoy troublo and havo found -Anuric to bo tho most successful romedy to overcomo theso painful and dengof fiua ailments. i Tho lucky pcoplo aro thoso who havo juffercd, but who aro now well because thoy hecdod Naturo'a warning signal in time i to correct their troublo with that wonderful now discovery of Dr. Picrco ' jailed "Anuric." You Bhould promptly seed thoso warnings, somo of which art dizzy spoils, backache, irregularity of the unno or tho painful twinges oi rheumatism, sciatica or lumbago. To elay may mako possible tho dangerous zorma of kidnoy discaso, such ni diabetes or stono in tho bladder. To overcomo theso distressing condi tions you should tako plenty of excr iso in tho opon air, avoid n heavy moat clot, drink freely of water and nt each meal tako Dr. Piorco's Anuric Tablots (doublo strength). You will, in a short tlmo, find that you nro ono of tho firm indoraors of An-u-ric, as aro many of your neighbors. It sells for GOc u pkg. Send Dr. V. M. Picrco, BufTalo, N. YM 10 cents for trial package Blair, Nobr. "This spring I saw Anurio ndvortisod. It was tho first in timntion I had that Dr. Piorco, with whom I had doctored so successfully, tad a kidnoy modicino on tho markot, nd as I was suffering at that time with backache and stiff joints, also a slight dropsical condition, I decided to try Anuric' I can honestly say it is equally as good as Dr. Piorco's older remedies. It is doing tho work of eloansing my kidneys and I am feeding much bettor in ovory way. Tho dropsi cal condition has almost disappeared and my bhekacho is greatly rcliovcd. Anurio is tho best kidnoy mcdicino I fcavo over used." Mrs. L. H. Lothrop, 11 L Lincoln St. Arsenic Industry Controlled. With tho idea of further conserving tho nation's food supply by protect Ing It from insect ravages, President Wilson, in n proclamation, has placed tho nrscnlc Industry of tho United States under direction of the food ad ministration. Tho president's nctlon :omcs in answer to n threatened short ago in tho supply of arsenical insecti cides, which are tho fanner's chief pro tection for his crops nfealnst tho on slaught of "biting insects." PROVEN SWAMP-ROOT AIDS WEAK KIDNEYS The symptoms of kidney and bladdei troubles are often very distressing and leave the system in a run-down condition. The kidneys seem to suffer most, as al most every victim complains of lamo back and urinary troubles which should not b neglected, as these danger signals often lead to more dangerous kidney troubles. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which, so many .people say,- soon heals and strength ens the kidneys, is a splendid kidney, liver apd bladder medicine, and. being an herbal compound, has a gentle heal ing effect on the kidneys, which is al most immediately noticed in most casci by those who use it. A trial will convince anyono who ma; be in need of it. Better get a bottle from your nearest drug store, and start treat ment at once. ITowever, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure arid mention this paper. Adv. To Calculate Amperage. To find tho horsepower of nn elec tric motor, If the current Is direct multiply tho volts by the amperes and divide tho product by 740. If the cur rent is alternate- you must multiply also by tho power factor. Thero uro meters which glvo the power factor as another meter gives volt or ampere readings. MILLIONS USE RED CROSS. Millions of good housewives uso Red Cross Ball Blue. Each year its saloj Increase. The old friends use It and tell others. Red Cross Ball Blue will mako your old clothes look like new Ask your grocer. Adv. Jinny n so-called smart man smarts becnuso of his alleged smartness. Constipation can be cured without drugs. nature's own remeay seiecieu uerDs u Garheld Tea. Aav, Bcllovllle, HI., drops German from school studies. Neglected Colds bring Pneumonia CASCARA M QUININE Tho old family remedy In tablet form afs, sure, caay to take. No oplatcj no unpleuuit after effect!. Curca eoldi In 34 hour Orip In 3 dty. Money back if It falli. Oct the cenuine noi wun Red Top and Mr. Hill's picture on it 24TablUfor 25c. AtAnyDrurStora Win Bald So Young kuu iMiuu uu qnu . Itching with Cuticura Ointment Shampoo with Cuticura Soap Sold evrrgwhrrr 3p25i0intmmU3t5QH ft HU V A BAD COUGH it risky to neglect. Take It in hand, and safeguard your hehh by promptly Ulclm PISO'S Interesting Coat Dress in mill. M ul ii j The Indy In the picture lias on one of those coats (or is it a dress?) which lenves us in doubt us-to its Identity. "Will you remove your coat?" might bring the answer: "I cannot, this is also my dress,," without surprising anyone. The coat-dress proved a con venience to the tourist who wished to travel light, especially when designed to nllow nu extra undergarment upon need of warmth, and a coat-dress like that pictured is a thing of beauty and distinction. If you are looking for a garment versatile enough to play this double role, he assured you will not find any thing handsomer than the model shown here. It is of plain, smooth-faced cloth, and will appeal to good taste if we imagine it in gray or tan, or In darker colors. It Is lifted into tho ranks of the exceptional by Its decora tion. This is a bordered scroll In which cnblo cord, covered with cloth like that in the dress, is used Instead of braid. Tho large covered cord, wound with u small silk cord In a darker shade of Its own color. Tho coat Is simple in design with straight. ex" Millinery Birds Hats for winter resort wear, nloug tvlth other apparel for tourists that Journey southward, are all ready for the companies of women thnt will soon turn their bucks upon the lauds of snow. A glimpse of them Is allur ing enough to fix a wavering purpose and determine those who inny to fol low them to the ends of the earth; thnt Is to thoso ends that pro ject theniBelves Into the Gulf of Mex ico, or tho South Atlantic, or the Pa cific in California. Wherever they go they must vie with the best efforts of millinery designers. Many of the models prepared for tourists arc not so distinctly summer like as to bar them from wear In the north, but the greater number belong only In lands of the sun. At the top of the group pictured, there Is a fino turban of black slppor straw, with crown-top of black satin. It Is a typi cal southern tourist model, beautifully shaped und pimply trimmed. Its broad spread of black, glossy wings suggests (light in a happy course southward. The black hat at the left, of ma lines nnd panne velvet, bows to edict for simplicity In millinery and mnkes us marvel at the style and beauty of Its lines. It belongs to no section or cllmute, being an adaptable hat for afternoon wear anywhere; and dress bats of this kind now extend their usefulness to evening wear also. It could hardly he simpler, with Its fin. Ishlng touch merely a pin thut cannot sven bo classed as "fancy." Its head Is a long coll of pnnno velvet, and that (s all there is of trimming, and no one who sees tho model wishes for more, to some millions of us who spend our With Novel Trimming iii nntag i M XitJ L. full shirt, Joined to a semlflttlng, roomy bodice, having plain coal sleeves nnd a long, square cape at the1 back. This, with tho turnover coliur, tho cuffs and belt give nddltlonnl op portunity to fcaturo the novel decora tion. The largo scroll pattern, appear Ing on the skirt is repented in smaller motifs on the belt, across the cape and coliur nnd on tho cuffs. Unexpected details In tlfe costumo appear In the slit pockets In each slda of the skirt and In the small scurf' made to match tho coat. This scarf Idco has been developed by costumers la several clever ways, sometimes at tached to the coat and sometimes not. The turban worn with this very Inter esting garment Is evidently a part of; the outflti for It depends upon a cov. ered cord to furnish Its decorntlon, but goes further nnd adds an odd new pompon which looks much llko a chrysanthemum mado of ostrich Hues! Nothing Illustrates better tho "dlllli cult simplicity," which Is demanded of designers of tho dress of today, than this smart coat-dress. of Passage winters north this Is the most Interest: Ing hut In tho group. At the right the hat of "peunlt"! braid belongs, llke the butterflies,' among growing flowers. It Is a novel; weave In straw In a light turquoise blue color, with a narrow lace mesh, woven in two rows In the body of the hat. The brim Is faced with orchid1 pink volour, and narrow strips of It. are laced through the mesh In the lint., Tassels that finish the trimming are made of these narrow strips. This Is something new under the sun, and hats of braid are shown in all the lovely light colors thnt herald the spring. Washable Blouses Popular. Lingerie blouses will always be pre-f ferred by some women, nnd many of them are being shown tlds seusou. Batiste and fine cotton voile are the favorite fabrics for lingerie models,1 and line tucking, hemstitching, and dainty lace edgings constitute the fa vored trimmings. Tailored blouses of men's wear sllltj and of satin are extremely popular also. For a Stretched Sweater. To restore the shupo of a sweater wash In Hot wuter and white soapsuds; Rinse In cool water and lay to dry on n covered table top or other Hat sur face. Pin the arms up, fasten tho but tons and lay the whole garment so thnt tho width Is stretched rattier than tho length. Of the KITCHEN CABINET 1 remember the black wharves and the BlllpS And the sea-tides tossing free. And (ho Spanish pallors with bearded lips, And the beauty and mystery of tho ships, Andttho magic of the sea. -Klpllnsr. INEXPENSIVE GOOD THINGS. A little leftover oatmeal If molded may be cut in slices nnd fried. If n piece or two of ba con or n llttlo meat or sausage Is added to It before putting it In the mold It will make a mora nmirlulilm illsh mill ............. . . ... ' one wuicn may uiku the plnco of ment. Chicken en Cas- role. Prepnro o small fowl as for Btufilng. ltcmovc legs and wings. Bone the legs nnd stuff them with tho fol lowing: Chop the cooked chicken liver, n half cupful of hnm nnd six blanched chestnuts. Mix with a cupful of bread crumbs a hnlf.cupful or more of milk, two egg yolks. Season to taste with nutmeg, thyme, marjoram, salt; pars ley and onion juice. Roll tho fowl after stuffing in flour nnd brown In the pan ; place in a casserole, ndd two carrots, two onions and a half cupful of uncooked rice with n pint of water. Simmer one or two hours. Indian Delight Cook n half pound of spaghetti in boiling snltcd water. Chop ono smnll onion, one clove of gnrllc, a green pepper lino nnd fry In half n cupful of olive oil until the onions nro golden, then add a cupful of condensed tomato, one nnd a half teaspoonfuls of snlt, cayenne and pap rika to taste, a half tcaspoonful of Worcestershire sauce. When thorough ly heated stir In n half cupful of cheese. When melted ndd the spnghettl and a half a can of corn and lastly a halt pound of hamburg steak, soft ened with cold water to prevent Its cooking In lumps. Stir over tho fire for five minutes and turn Into n baking dish. Sprinkle with crated cheese and bake 20 minutes. California Pudding. Take n cupful each of raw potato ground, n carrot and apple, nlso ground, a cupful of brown sugar, a cupful of raisins, a cup ful and a quarter of flour, a teaspoon ful of cinnamon, n hnlf tcaspoonful of cloves nnd n teaspoonful of soda stirred Into tho potato. Cream a. half cupful of shortening with tho sugar, dredge tho raisins with n llttlo flour. Mix and steam threo hours. Servo hot With hard or liquid sauce. Think that Washington Is slow Saints above! Want to get 'em on. tho go? Want to shovo? h Want to help for woo or wealT Listen, Hub: Put your shoulder to tho wheel Not the hub. McLandburg Wilson. SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS. A thick cut of round stenk makes a most nppotlztng dish cooked In n cas- serole. Wipe tho stenk and broil It for two min utes n each side to scar the meat nnd hold In Its Juice. Transfer It to a stone-covered dish, add ono pint of Spanish sauce, one cupful of small onions which havo been lightly browned in hot fat and four table spoonfuls of any canned fruit Juice or a little grape jelly. Cover and cook In a moderate oven for nn hour and a quarter. Add one cupful of potato balls, which have also been browned, and send to the table In tho casserole. Spanish Sauce. Cook together for ten minutes two tnblcspoonfiila of sweet fnt, two of chopped onion, two of Chopped carrot nnd ono tublospoonful of chopped celery. Add two luble spoonfuls of flour and cook until a rich brown; add ono pint of rich clear stock and stir until thick and smooth. Add ono tablcspoonful of chopped ham, one bay leaf, two clovos, sprig of parsley, a blado of mace and f ait and pepper to sfnson. Simmer very slow ly for two hours; add one tablcspoon ful nf gelatin soaked In u quarter of u cupful of soup stock until soft; sim mer for 15 minutes longer, skim and Btrnln. Combination Rarebit. Tako three fourths of a cupful of grated clipose, half a pound of spaghetti cooked until tender, ono cupful of minced cooked hum, two tublespoonfuls each of sweet fat and flour, a cupful of milk, three fourths of n tcaspoonful of salt and one-eighth of a tenspoonful of pepper, a hnlf cupful of dry crumbs mixed with two inblespoonfuls of ham fat. Huttcr n casserole. Melt the fat and add tho flour and seasonings, then tho milk and cheese, allowing the cheese to melt. Put a layer of spaghetti In the cas serole, sprinkle with ham, add somo sauce, continuing until nil is used, hav ing the crumbs on top. Unko 15 min utes In a hot oven. The proportions of hum, spaghetti and cheeso may bo varied to suit tho amount of leftovers, Cauliflower Soup. Select one good head of cauliflower. Wash and pick It apart, drop into a kettlo of boiling water, add a teaspoonful of salt after a few minutes nnd cook thirty min utes. Drnln and add to tho water ono pint of milk, a teaspoonful of scraped onion nnd n bay leaf. Mix togetheq two tablcspoonfuls each of flour and, butter and when well cooked, add to1 the milk, cook five mlnfttes, ndd thai cauliflower and serve. Just dolns right-not. striving to be great Or wlso or rich or necking noblo fato; Just being good and generous and brave, Just trying bow humanity to save Ah! that'a the way to live! GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE, Try this good nnd Inexpensive cake: As we aro conserving on sugnr, yt seems to bo the good, custom to go without frosting on our cakes i 1 Inexpensive Cake. i Beat to cream Ave tn-i blcspoonfuls of sweet fntj of any kind, ndd a cupful' of sugnr snd an unbcnt- en egg yolk. Mix welli one nnd two-thirds cup4 fuls of flour with two! teaspoonfuls of baklngi powder, a dash of salt; add this mix ture to the sugar and egg mixture nl-i ternntely with n hulf-cupful of cold! water, beating very thoroughly, then! fold in the egg white nnd bake 45 mln-j utcs in n modcrnto oven. If this cako, Is well-benten nnd carefully mudo It will havo a lino texture. Ginger bread, hot and fresh, with, cottngo cheese and npplo snuco makes' a most satisfying dessert. Marshmallow Rice Pudding. Take: cold boiled rlco und add sugar, spices! or flavoring, with n beaten egg ond milk for an ordinary rlco pudding. Then place on top a dozen mnrshmnl lows which have been soaked In intlk for three hours, nnd bake until alight brown. Apple Omelet. Mix n tnblcspoonful) of flour Into a smooth pnsto with one-; third of a cupful of milk ; add a quar-i tor of a tcaspoonful of salt, a tea-j spoonful of sugar and a tablcspoonful of sweet fat, melted, with four well-J benten eggs. Pare, coro and chop four large apples, melt a tablespoonfulj of fat in a frying pan and, when veryj hot, turn In the apples, stir nnd cook' until slightly soft. Pour over tho flour.i egg nnd milk mixture and shako well,' lifting the edges to prevent scorching nnd to cook evenly. When 4ho eggs are) set, dust with sugar and roll out on a. hot platter. Set In the oven on tho' grate, or under tho gas flamo to brown; tho top. Pimento and Cheese Entre. Take six canned red peppers, snlt tho ln-j sides, nf ter draining ; fill with n cupfull of sharp cheese, grated ; sot on rounds' of toast, pour tho pimento liquor) around tho tonst in a pun and baka' just long enough to melt the cheese. To snvo moat wo must uso mora poultry, rabbltit and especially fish nnd sea foodi, perishable meats llko kid neys, liver nnd eweotbreads, In place of beef, mutton and pork. SEASONABLE DISHES. With eggs ns high In price as theyj are It seems expedient to plan ourj meais w 1 1 n o u t; much reference to them. They nrd so nourishing that when possible, esJ pcclally when ono1 lias children they should be used lti various ways oc casionally to add variety to tho diet and furnish tho growth determinant which Is found In egg yolk and so necessary for bodily well-being. Southern Rlco Bread. Put two cup- fuls of boiled rice In a bowl, add two cupfuls of milk, und tho yolks of four well benten eggs. Sift In gradually. one cupful of flour, udd u hnlf tca spoonful of salt, two tnblespoonfuls of melted shortening, and the whites of the eggs benten to u stiff froth. Turn into u shallow well greased pun nnd bake 45 minutes In a moderuto oven. A half cupful of rlco may bo udded to almost any mullln, gem, or griddle cako bntter. Almond Milk Soup, Take a half a pound of rice, wash well and put into u double boiler with a quart of milk, udd one-half teaspoonful of salt and let It cook slowly until every grain Is ten dcr und swelled to doublo Its original size. Widle tho rice is cooking, shell and blanch u half pound of almonds, chop them very line, or grind In n meat chopper, then pound in n mortnr, ndd a few drops of milk at a time (using three or four tnblespoonfuls, It will mako the nuts less oily). When tho. . it. t . tL A Jl pasio is smooiu, uuu it to inreo pints of milk nnd simmer for thirty minutes. When tho rice Is done turn It out carefully Into the soiid tureen. them pour over It the almonds unq milk. No Voman Auctioneer. Although thero Is no record thnt a woman has ever been an auctioneer, It is on record Hint In May, 1012, the mayor of Now York, Mr. Gnynor, nn swered an Inquiry addressed to him by a womun by saying that thoro was nothing In tho law to provent n worn-.' au from becoming an auctioneer. Strange enough, It was a milliner who mado tho Inquiry. EAT SKIN THE BEST HMAROKI European factories each week makitf about 10,000,000 pounds of artificial butter with coconut oil as ofbase. Constipation, indigestion, sick-headachy and bilious conditions aro overcome by A course of Garfield Tea. Drink on retins0 Adv. Self Deception Easy. Nothing Is more easy than to de ceive one's self, ns our affections ar subtle persuaders. Demosthenes. Soothe Itching Scalps. On retiring gently rub spots of dnn Iruff nnd Itching wltli Cuticura Oint ment. Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. For frc inmplcs address, "Cuticura, Dcpt X, Boston." At dnigglstc and by mall, Soap 25. Ointment 25 and CO. Adv. Nuns Fight Flames. Nuns assisted to fight n flro In Eait Mnrlch.es, L. I., the other day. A three Story wood-and-stucco edifice caught Ore. Bucket lines were formed, nnd 13 nuns who hnd been living In tho build ing took part, but tho fire was uncon lucrnblo, nnd tho building wns de stroyed. BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP Why nso ordinary cough remedies; when Boschco's German Syrup haf been used so successfully for flfty-ona rears lu nil parts of tho United States for coughs, bronchitis, colds settled In tho throat, especially lunfl troubles. It gives tho patient n good night's rest, freo from coughing, with easy expectoration In tho morning, gives nnturo a chnnco to soothe tin Inflamed parts, throw off tho disease, helping tho patient to regain hit health. Sold In nil clvlllxed countries SO and 90 cent bottles. Adv. TIMBER NEEDED FOR FRANCE Virgin Forests of Vast Area In Africa May Be Drawn Upon for Sup ply After the War. Franco Is beginning to llguro out how to meet an anticipated shortog In lumber and llrowood nftcr tho war, The destruction of forests by shell uro nnd tho heavy demand for lumbei for barracks and road construction combine to make a deficit of 1,000,000 cubic feet nnnually. Beyond tho rongo of shells, on both! Bides of the front, tho military woodsmen's nxes linvo drawn henvi lly on timber from tho North sea to the Swiss frontier. The consumption of lumber will lncrenso during tho wai nt tho rato of 8,000,000 cubic feet n year; and for several years nfter pencq Is made, tho demand will continue fo( tho repair und rebuilding of devastate ed regions. Tho solution of tho problem is con sidered to bo n question of trnnsportai tlon, and of forest exploitation In th colonics. Specialists havo calculated thnt French equatorial and western Africa, Madagascar, Guinea and nin do-Chlna possess 875,000 square mllei of virgin timber land, which cpulq amply supply Frnnce, and several oth er countries with fuel and lumber. When Interest Ceases. As soon ns tho rat finds thnt ho li trapped he loses all interest in tin piece of cheese thnt caused ids dowr fall. Tho United Stntcs has added 20,00fl persons to Washington departmental pay rolls on war account. TheRichHavor GraffeNuts is due to the blend' ing of malted barley with whole wheat flotic Wheat alone docs not possess this rich flavon is also partly due to the barley for the barley contains a digestive which wheat lacks. "There's a ReasorT The wonderfully easy digestion of GraoeNtits