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NOTiTH PLATTE STOMT-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
NOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN OPERATION Canton, Ohio.T"I Buffered from a temalo troublo which caused me much suffering, and two doctors decided that I would hnvo to go through an operation before I could get well. "My mother, who had been helped by LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com pound, advised mo totry it before sub mitting to an opera tion. It relieved ma 50 il can do my house work without any dilllculty. I advise any woman who fa ulicted with female troublen to givo tydin E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com pound a trial and it will do aa much for them." Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 Eth St, N. E., Canton, Ohio. Sometimes there are serious condi tions where a hospital operation is the only alternative, but on the other hand eo many women have been cured by this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after doctors have said that an operation was necessary every woman who wants to avoid an operation should givo it a fair trial before submitting to such a trying ordeal. 5If complications exist, writo to Lydia EL Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of many years experience is at your service. BID BREATi Often Caused by Acid-Stomach 1 In W ran inrnn. urlfh n stomach, who Is constantly belching, has heartburn and surfers from lndlcestlon have anvihlnr hut a h.ii hp..thv ah ... i stomach disorders mean Just on thine iiriu-stomBcll. EATON1C, the wonderful new stomach remedy In pleasant tasting tablet form that you eat like a bit of candy, brings quick relief frnm tha. atninafih ml.! wirpnw. IC sweetens the breath because It makes the loinacn sweet, cool and comfortable. Try It for that nasty taste, congested throat and "henrlv fllnr" .ft.. tnn m..Afc. - 1- " . . m nvv. . w V. I1IUI.I1 OUIUAIIIKl if neglected, Acid-Stomach may cause you 401 01 serious irouDie. il leads to ner vousness, headaches. Insomnia, melancholia, rheumatism, sciatica, heart trouble, ulcer nd cancer of the stomach. It makes Its millions of victims weak and miserable, 1 IN ( IT . lnrlrlnt. Irt .n.pir. . I 1 T . often brings about chronl'o Invalidism, pre- uibiuio aiu age, a snoriening 01 one a days. you need the help that EATONIC can give you If you are not feeling as strong and well aa vmi hrmlrt Vmi wilt i.. ...i.a to see how much better you will feel Just as aa you Degin la-nine mis wonaerrul stomach remedy. Get a big EO cent box from your druggist today. He will return your money if you are not satisfied. EATON. C ( FOK YOUR AaP-STOMACg) Hand Sapolio-The Ideal forToilet andBath PARKER'S f-TAiR RAI.ciAM 'nomoTosDancirnfl-StopjIIatrlfolllnr l nciiorn voiur ana Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair 60cand$l.0Oatdracirlsta. ninpoi Chem. Wks. fstchoiroe. W.T. HINDERC0RNS Remores Onrn. Cat is. Cal-I to thai iDru tret, make walking eaur. lie, by tnatl or at bum. uiscox voesuciu nerKS,i-atcnogue,i. Entirely Incredulous. "I can make you young again," said tho doctor. "I don't believo it," replied Farmer Corntosscl. "I used to think I was jes' as young aa nnybody when I was tlancln' the tango up to tho town hall. Dut It didn't amount to notliin', an' I don't believo tlio doctors is goln' to do nny better helpin' mo fool myself than the dancln' tencher did." Most people linve little use for a "knocker," yet pounding the Iron gives it new chnracler. "What fools these mortals be" If "A fool and his money are soon parted " Back Lame and Achy? Don't let 7 that bad back make you miserable. Find out want is wrong. If you suffer with a constant back ache, feel lame, weak and all-played-out; have dizzy nervous spells, you may well suspect your kidneys. If kidney irregularities distress you too, you have additional proof. Don't wait! Use Doon' Kidney PiUt, the remedy people everywhere are recommending. Atk Your Neighbor! A Nebraska Case Mrs. C. J Mohr. Schuyler, Neb., says: "My back a o h o d awfully and I couldn't pet out of a chair or lift anything. My head ached and I was run dov?n and nervous. D o a n ' a Kidney Pills soon re lieved mo. Before lone I was entirely free from the trouble, as I havo been since, I hope my Indorse ment of Doan's will help someone else." Get Doan's at Any Store, COc a Dox DOAN'S "p1 F03TER MILBURN CO BUFFALO. N. Y. I Stop Your Coughing ' No need to let that cough persist. Stop the Irritation, and remove ticlclins and hoarse nets by soothing the Inflamed throat with P I S OS My frlond. have you heard of tho city "Yawn" On the banks of the river "Blow." Where blooms the "Walt-a-Whilo" flower fair Where the "Some-Tlme-Or-Other" ncents tho air And the soft "ao-Ensys" BrowT It lies In the valley of "What's the Use" In tho Drovlnee of "Let'er Slide" That "Tired Keellnc" Is native there It's the home of tho listless "I Don't Care" Where the "Put It Offs" abide. DISHES WITHOUT MEAT. Peanuts are the chenpest form of lut nroteln If nurchnHcd n Inree nunn titles. A nut loaf If well seasoned mnkrs a very wholesome dlh. Nut Loaf Take one and nne-lmlf cupfuls of mixed ground nuts, two cupfuls of bread crumbs, one egg, one tcnsnoonful of poultry dressing, one tnblcspoonful of minced onion, rmo cMinftil of milk. one nnd one-half tpninnnnfnl of salt. n few dashes 'of pepper and a hnlf cupiui or not water with a liitir tea spoonful of beef extract. Mix thor mighty and stand for twenty minutes, then nnck Into n hronri nnn. brush with corn oil and bake In a moderate oven. Nut and Bean Saucane. Tuko one cupful of cooked beans, one cupful of nneiy ground peanuts, ono cupful of cooKoti rice, one cupful of tlnely ground peanuts, one cupful of cooked rice, one cupful of bread crumbs, two tnblesioonfuls of minced parsley, ono teuspoonful of salt, one teuspoonful of sage, one-fourth tcnsnoonful of nermer. und one-hnlf cupful of milk. Mix well. iorm in nat cakes, roll In llncly ground peanuts or peanut flour, and fry In vegetable fat. Vegetable Cutlets. Take two cup fuls of cooked, sifted snunsli or mash ed parsnips, two-thirds of a cupful of orenti crutnns, ono henten egg, half a tablcspoonful of fnt, ono nnd one-half cupruis or coarsely jrronnd black wal nut nients. Season with salt and pep per and shape Into cutlets. Fry In hot vegetable fat and serve with a white sauce and minced green pepper. Peanut and Sweet Potato Calces. Combine the following Imn-cdJents In tlio order given : throe cupfuls of mash etl seasoned sweet potatoes, onn tnblu spoonful of neanut butter, one table spoonful of sweet fat: one ecu nnd one and one-half cupfuls of ground peanuts with a bit of snge. Shone In to flat cakes and fry as usual. Serve witli naked apples or tart annle sauce, A liaudful of walnut meats, an annle or two or a near, with a broad nnd butter sandwich and a glass of milk, furnishes a well balanced menl suffi ciently nourishing for the average adult. Self condemnation with Is allied thouRhts and emotions has boon productive of far Greater Ior In Initiative, In will-power, nnd of far greater dotrreo of lowered vitality, both mental and physical, than nny of us havo perhaps realized. WHAT SHALL WE HAVE TO EAT? The daily question In twontv mil. Hon honiPH. Is "what shall we have for dinner?" and those who are responsible for the health and happiness of the Individuals In these homes, And it necessary to do much thinking if they avoid a monotony in diet. Tomato Soun. A simple tomato soup which Is cnsllv nnd quickly prepared : Put four tnblo- spoonfuls of nutter In n saucepan, when melted and bubbling hot ndii four tahlospoonfuls of flour, cook im. til smooth, then add one cupful of milk and ono cupful of strained to nnito with a pinch of soda. Season with salt and pepper and servo at once. Brown Stew. Take three or four pounds of the shoulder of beef, with a generous piece of suet. Try out tho suet nnd fry In It, one or two small chopped onions and a medium sized enrrot also chopned : ndd the meat and turn until well browned on both sides; season with snlt and pepper, ndd water and simmer for three or four hours until tender. A hnlf hour before ready to servo add a few small sized potatoes to the stew and brown them by busting occasionally. Tapioca and Pears, Hnkc a dish of tapioca with canned pears and juice, nddlng a bit of butter nnd a grating of lemon if desired. Serve with a slightly thickened snuco tundn from the pear Juice, or whipped cream and sugar may bo used if preferred. Peas, Pickles and Peanut Sand wlches. Choi) a fow sour pickles, add a cupful of cooked peas, add a hand ful of minced peanuts. Arrango on slices of orange, gnrnisii with parsley and servo with n boiled dressing. Boiled Dressing. Take equal parts of well beaten eggs and vinegar and cook In a double boiler until thick. For a vegetablo salad, mix equal parts of dressing and whipped cream; for a fruit sulad use one part dressing and three parts cream, with the proper seasonings. bo Drink lean and breathe moro Hat less and chew more. ' Waato less and save more. I'reach 1 ss and do more. ECONOMICAL MEAT DISHES. In these days a dish which tastes good. Is satisfying nnd at the sumo time reasonable In price, needs no other recom mendation. Mock Terrapin. Cut cooked calf's liver Into dice. Put a tablespoon ful of butter Into t saucepan, add salt, pep per and paprika and cook until the butter I sllclitlv brown, then add two tnblespoonfuls of Hour and enough beef stock made bv using beef extract and water to mnke a moderately thick sauce. Atld a little chopped parsley, half a cupful of cronm. two hnrd cooked eggs cut tine, a tablcspoonful of lemon juice nnd the liver. Cook un til tlio liver Is heated throtnrh. add two tnblespoonfuls of Jellv or anv canned fruit Juice and servo at once on but tered toast. Escalloned Veal vulih Pnratn Ml cold cooked veal very fine. Butter a baking dish nnd put a thin layer of veal on the bottom, sprinkle with chopped onion nnd cover with a layer of seasoned mashed potato, ndd an other layer of veal, onion and season- ngs nnd cover with potato. Add mill: to moisten, cover and bake until thor oughly heated. Remove the cover und brown. Beef Olives. Take slices of rare roast beef and roll each around n thin slice of bacon which has been fried until transparent but not crlsn. Tie and boll rapidly for Ave minutes, drain, remove tho strings. Add the fnt from tho bacon to some roast beef craw. season with catsup or Worcestershire; noil up once and pour over tho olives. acrve very hot Corned Beef Hash. Chop the cooked corn beef very fine, then ndd tlio chopped vegetables, uslns three times as much or more than the meat Put Into n frying pan and moisten with some of tho liquor left from tho boiled dinner. Serve hot with a poached etrg on each portion. This makes a good luncheon dish. Creamed Liver. TJso chonnod loft- over cooked liver, ndd to a rich whlto sauce and servo on buttered toast. This makes a good breakfast dish. We meet nnd mingle; wo mark men's speech; Wo Judgo by a guess, by a fan ' ctcd slight; We Blvo our follows a moro glance each. Then brand them forover black or white. Richard Burton. EASY LUNCHEON DESSERT. A dessert for the noondnv meal should be u very light ono such as a dish of fresh or canned fruit, n cooky or small cake with tlio hot drink. There a r e, however, many desirable desserts which may be served In small amounts which are appropriate. Jelly Fluff. Take half a glass of Jelly and tlio white of ono ecc: boat until stiff and the mixture will stand alone. Heap In sherbet cuds nnd ton with a spoonful of whipped cream or tiie wnito 01 egg iti'ntci with sugar. ' Baked Pearo With Lemon Sauce Use large linn pears :'oon but do not peel; place "n u baking dish; add su gar, Pits or nutter and lemon lnlrn with the grated rind. Bute with this during the linking, nddlng n little wa ter if needed. Serve hot or cold with cream or a thin boiling custard. Caramel Cornstarch Puddlna Brown n half-cupful of sucar until It forms a sirup In a smooth frying pun. then add a pint of boiling milk; stir until the caramel Is dissolved; ndd two tablespoonfuls of cornstareii in it little colli milk. Pour Into sherbet cups; garnish with a snoonrul nf whipped cream topped with a ploce of prewrved ginger. Rice Pudding. Place n half-eimfni of rice In a halting dMi with two quarts of mine, a hnif-cupful of brown sugar nnd a half-cupful of raisins; flavor with cinnamon or nutmeg ami bake three hours In a slow oven until the rlco lias absorbed all tho milk. Waffles. Waffles with cold sirup makes a most delightful dessert for a luncheon. P.eat thoroughly one egg; add two cupfuls of ur milk; mix and sift together one teuspoonful of sodu and two tenspoonfiils of linking powder with two cupfuls of flour. Add to tho first mixture with ono ta blcspoonful of melted shortening. Bent well nnd bako on n hot walllo Iron. Snowballc Spread cooked rlco nn inch thick over small squares of coarse muslin wet In cold water. In the center place a canned peach, pear or apricot. Tin carefully and stenm ten minute Itcmove the cloth nnd servo with a snuce made from the fruit Juice. TORPEDOED! Don't blast your Liver and Bowels, but take "Cascarets." You Men nnd women who can't get feeling right who have headache, coated tongue, bad taste nnd fouV breath, dizziness, enn't sleep, nro bil ious, nervous nnd upset, bothered with n sick, gassy, disordered stomach nnd colds. Are you keeping your liver nnd bow els clean with Cascarets, or shocking your Insides every few days with Cal omel, Salts, Oil and violent pills? Cascarets work while you sleep; they cleanse tho stomach, remove the sour, undigested, fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of tho system nil tne constipated waste matter nnd poi son in the bowels. Cnscarcts never gripe, sicken or cause inconvenience and Cascarets cost so little too. Adv. Airship Construction ComDlex. Some Interestlni: facts- rccnnllnn tne work required In building n large modern nlrenlp Is given In n recent issue of tho Enclneer. which stntos thnt the general problems of design nro closely nllled to those of naval architecture; although the airship de signer must bo n highly skilled me chanical engineer nnd nlso must hnvo n knowledge of textile technology. For the work of construction, owing to the multiplicity of parts required, n very efficient shop organlzntlon is necessary. In a rigid airship struc ture, excluding the machinery, there nro 20,000 different pnrts, a total length of structural material of 20 miles of wire, nnd more than 2,000,000 rivets. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Name "Bayer" is on Genuino Aspirin say Bayer Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin In n "Bayer package," containing prop er directions for Colds, Pain, Heaa ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheu matism. Name "Bayer" menns genuine Aspirin prescribed by physlclnns for nineteen yenrs. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin Is trndo mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono acetlcacldester of Sallcyllcacld. Adv. Japanese Have New Religion. Japan has devised n new doctrine of life, says tho secretary of the British Foreign Bible society. It Is philo sophical and mystical, and claims un limited benellcence over mind nnd body. It professes to embrace and be superior to all religions of philosophy. Klghteen volumes nre taken to explain In detail Its principles. Tokyo Is the headquarters, whore dullv lectnros urn given nnd spiritual . healings demon strated. GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER. Stop n mlnuto nnd think what It means to say mat "Green's August Flower has been n household remedy' all over tho civilized world for more than hnlf n century." No higher prnlso is possible and no better remedy can be found for constipation, Intestlnnl troubles, torpid liver nnd the depress ed feeling that accompnnlcs such dis orders. It is most valuable for In digestion or nervous dyspepsia and liver trouble, coming up of food, pal pitation of heart, and many other symptoms. A few doses of August Flower will relieve you. It ,1s n gentle Inxntive. Ask your druggist. Sold In nil civilized countries. Adv. Apportioned Conversation. "I nssunie that your wife generally has tho last word." "Yes," replied Mr. Moekion. "Also the tlrst word and most of th.(. In between." Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications us they cainint reuch the diseased portion of the ear. There In only ono way to euro Catarrhal Deafnens, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'8 CATAHRU MEDICINE acts through the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. Catarrhul Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result. Unless tho Inflammation can be re duced and this tubo restored to Its nor mal condition, hearing may bo destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which Is nn Inllamod condition of the Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLI.AHB for any caso of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot MEDICINE. hy HAMVS CATAllU All Druggists 75c. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Artificial laco dint Is moro durable than tho genuine Is being mado by a French Inventor !ron cellulose. Cuttcura Southes Baby Rashes. That itch and burn with hot baths of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle anointings of Cutlcura Ointment. Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe cially If a little of the fragrant Cutl cura Talcum is dusted on at the fin ish. 25c ouch everywhere. Adv. Faith and Ingenuity often take the place of tho hired man. ROAD BUILDING IS BOOMING Steady Increaso In Federal Aid Dual ness In All Sections Expendi tures $300,000,000. (Proparod. by tho United States Depart ment of Agriculture) Slnco enrly In 1010 thcro linn been a stendy increaso each month In tho federal aid business In tho burcnu of public roads of the United Stntes de partment of ngrlculturo. Stntes in all sections of tho country nro filing their projects nnd receiving nllotmcnts. Tho road-building ern is in full swing, nnd It Would Seem thnt thn end 1st nnr vnt KM indications point to greater rec ords in tho months Immediately to come. Bnscd on complcto reports from 44 of the states cash cxticndlturns nn thn rural roads and bridges of tho United States for tho calendar year 1918 mountea to $250,008,103. To this should bo ndded tho vnluo of statute nnd convict labor, which cannot bo axed with any grent degree of ac curacy but probably amounted to not less than $14,000,000, thus making tho grand totnl expenditures for the year f300,000,000. This total Is mado tip of tho actual expenditures for such items ns innor, mntcrlals, supervision nnd administration directly connected tvlth the construction, Improvement nnd upkeep of public roads nnd bridges outsldo tho limits of Incorpo rated towns and cities, and docs not Include nny Item for sinking-fund pay ments or redemption nnd Interest on road and bridge bonds. Tho yenr 1018 offered an unprece dented condition in practically nil lines of highway work. There wns not only n tremendous incrensa nnd expansion in tho amount of heavy irucK traffic on public roads and an unprecedented shortnee In regard to road materials, labor and rondv fundq. but also a decided Increase In main tenance work. Which was. hownvor. partially offset by n decrease In tho amount of new construction. PLANS FOR GOOD ROAD DRAG One Shown In Illustration Is Adapted Tor Localities Where Lumber Is Plentiful. (Propnrcd by the United Stntos Depart ment or Agriculture.) The design for n rond drag shown In the Illustration Is ndnpted for lo calities In which snwed lumber mny bo readily obtained. In this design tho runners aro mnde of 2 or 2-Inch boards, 10 inches wide and from 0 to 3 feet long, re-enforced with other 2- Inch boards of the same length, but only 0 Inches in width. If moro con venient, however, 4-Inch runners with out re-enforcing boards mny bo read ily substituted for thoso shown. The method of framing tho runners togeth er Is a modification of that used Detail Drawing Showing Typical Con struction of Road Drag Built of Sawed Lumber. In connection with tho split-log type of drag. In this case only two of tho cross braces havo their onus fitted Into auger holes like rungs. In fastening tho draw-chain to a Knwed-lunibt'r drag, It Is usually advis able to run both ends of the chain through holes In tho front runner or elso muke the connections by means of eye or hook bolts, as shown. The reason for this Is that the sawed cross braces aro seldom sufficiently strong to withstand tho pull of the chain when it is looped over them, ns Is fre quently done when round timber cross pieces are used. If straight-grained pieces nro used for the crosspleces, however, there is no apparent reason why ono end of tho chain might not bo connected by looping it around the 2 Inch squnro crosspleco near tho cut ting end, Highway Travel Increasing. Highways travel by means of the passenger automobile increased great ly during the past summor, fully fifty per cent. Must Have Good Roads. It costs money to build a good road, but wo have got to have them, ns tho experience of tho past and tho coming winter will demonstrate. Hard on Weed Crop. Full disking Is hard on tho weed crop. 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