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THE KITCHEN CABINET To 1". HJML.M, t„ be kind, ,n ..,,11 a l! Uf "(Id to Kpc-iKl 1.-SH, i„ mjiKe t« Hiy wlioli it fnrnlly happier for Ms pr.-8on.-o, lo.renouncn wl.on iwicossarv ami noi tic p.rnhliKMrtil, i„ ,'e| ''•i In mi feSSi8- a r»w ,CBe without .-alittula- ..tion, above* all on tlio sAm« grim con .aitlon to keep friends with himself, here Is a task for all that a m.-m has of fortitude and delicacy.—H. 1, Stev enson. MORE GOOD1 THINGS. 'ji As egpa arc liiRh, (hoy mny lip saved breudinir Millets or fish or meat Add two tablespoonl ills of \v iiop in ok: it will ro -..inch 1':irili.-i- and bo equal!'.' good. Boston Brcwn Bread. Mix .i up:-ii if on,-ipso bread cni :ibs. :i cupful of (.-onuiiojil. cupful of graham (lour, one and a half (ons[Mionfuls of sodn, half teaspoonful of saft, llnvc-fourths of '"classes and a cupful of water. Steam two hours. Cabbage and Walnut Salad.—Take five ewpfuls of cabbage and a cupful of will nuts put through a meal cliop por, (hen well, niixfd. Heat one and a half cupful*. of vinegar with four teaspoonfyls of sugar, add a table spoonful of bultor. two beaten eggs, leaspoonftii each of mustard and (lour and a-lialf a cupful of mill (\ok until 'hick, add a dash of cayenne and serve. Fig Pudding.—Take tt cupful of mo lasses. linir onpful of sweet milk, a half cupful of shortening, one egg. a (easpoonfn! of soda, a half teaspoon ful of cinnamon, a half pound ot chopped figs and two and a half cup fuls of (lotir.. Steam three and a-half hours. Serve with whipped cream. Macaroni' Salmon.—Mash a half can of salmon-wlth a fork. To a half cup ful of rich milk-add four 'ablespoon fuls of fine bread crumbs when hot nfld one tahlesponnl'ul of butter, two well-beaten eggs, a dash of paper and a half teaspoonful of sail. Mix well, line butlered cups with cooked maca roni and (ill with salmon. Sot cups in hot water and hake L'O minutes. Serve hot. Another Macaroni Di6h.—Break in Inch pieces a fourth of a package of macaroni and boil with salt to taste. When tender put: a layer of macaroni .n buttered clish, a layer of prated choose and sort bread crumbs. Repeat (hen pour over a cupful of rich milk which has been mixed with a beaten egg. Hake slowly until nicely browned. Father "Hooverized" to Excess. Excessive Hooveri/.ing from \ftiich patriotic ser,l im.ent was absent brought a year's sentence it) Bridewell prison in New TorVrcity for Trod Loxow. ITo was charged with counting the bites of meat eaten by his two sons in spite of the f^ft that their mother paid trie grocery hills, Ho also was found guitty of treating the boys cruelly. 1%' •?&- Every Hand EVERY Already his horde of self-styled ?Pread Herald For "The Kaiser The Beast of Berlin" :1111 '"i know III,H the Kiiiscr had a JMUMMI-IIIICII abscess fn his car. ami that It burst lie Wutild |„. •, rixjuu l.l.'atll:u- '"d you know thai the Kaiser", |..fi arm is si\ inches Klun-!.-i- than nis riu'hl and thai the band Is puny as a child's-/ And did 1111 know Innv he carried i| in orib In disguise ||jt- di'foi inil Did you Knuw thai. 111.- Kaiser |,a. a mania, lor iidmlrlnir I111ifi11 hands which (rrcally embarrasses III- ladies '.'! Ins courl TJial he wears manv ora^'eleU and feminine rings, copied 3wsrr i! WE AI l(NF till. KAJt" -AM I V.'S AUSTRIANS-WANT FLAG Miners Refuse to Work Until Amerl. can Emblem Is Displayed. Austrian minors in Crawford county. Kansas, caused much apprehension a few days ago when they threatened to strike and tie up the coal mines. In vestigation by federal authorities re vealed that the miners refused to work Unless an American Hag was displayed in each mine. The mine operators quickly complied with the demands. The Austrians then returned, each man saluting the Stars and Stripes as he entered the mouth of the mine. Find Mastodon Teeth. Throngs of curious persons are gath ering at the home of John Dennis, near Arkansas City, Ark., to inspect the two: big teeth found In a sandpit near his home and said to he the teeth of a mastodon. That a mastodon, a huge prehistoric animal, died in (his vicin ity is the general belief and an ex haustive investigation will be made under the direction of the University of Arkansas faculty. *'7 i/ MORE MEATS. Squabs and pigeons can take the place of much of our meat that is abroad. Rabbits and vari ous game birds in season are also available. Squabs are young pigeons and may be broiled or served in cas serole. l'ropared as one does young broilers, they are delicious.-, hand in the land owes a duty to the Liberty Bell. The principles of Liberty and Justice which ouf fathers fought (br in 1770 have been attacked: The German Kaiser himself has written: "I am dreaming a re am of a a W Empire—and my mailed fist shall succeed." over •. five nations. And wherever it has gone it has left desolation. In those nations today there the lands This Suae* Usnatui U? THE MITCHELL DAILY REPUBLICAN Jr: Morning, Evening and Sunday "'w,~ & ^4 f!'• it11 lliiiso he admires.' Thai lie lias •'I'.Wi full-dress uniforms. Ihi.t he was twice king, twice, a grand duke, 1H times a. duke, twice a prince, nine line-.. :i i-i.uiri!. besides being a bishop? Hid you liiuiw Why he slaps his right I high all the lime'.' ill course, Jon dldu'l. I'l'W people outside uf (lie unpen,i| circle know lle-m 'I hcv are seiTets as eareliillv guarded as lias been the proof that (lernuinv planned and started tie- war All Hi.-se things and main' nioi-e III" private hie I,f III" .lakal Ku I'ope, who has plunged |he whole World into ir and sorrow, are shown in I'he Kaiser, the Ib-ast of Berlin." To miss it is |o miss tie- most illuminating e.vpuM" of this enemy ot mankind. *sc», I IF E S O S O W A N S A OZKLIN) People Who Are Too Good. AYe havi in this world all kinds of organizations for making bad people good and good people better, hut I know of none for making too good ipeopii—well, let us say, normal. We have all known people who would have been greatly benefited by an occasion 'al "spree," with perhaps a night in jail, but whom no one is courageous enough to corrupt. It is not their fault 'that they are so good all the forces of their social circle work to make them more respectable.—Robert M. Gay in the Atlantic Monthly. Stamps Separated. To separate stamps that have be come snick togeiher, lay a sheet of thin paper over them and iron with a hot iron. This will take them apart nn J,tlio glue will stiil remain. Child's'Food Important. Froebel. that deep student of child culture, said that in the earlv years the child's food is a matter of the greatest importance, not onlv may the child by this means be made then in dolent anil inactive, sluggish or mo bile, dull or bright, inert or vigorous, but, indeed, for his entire life. /'V The gladdest words Of tonuge or pen: We ve got good kitchen Help Again." That we may halt the Huns in theft mad war of conquest, our Government needs Billions of Dollars in the Third Liberty Loan. Every hand in the land must give. Every dollar which is not being used for necessities, must ring the Liberty Bell. The man or woman who does not buy his or her share of Third Liberty Loan Bonds has no right to the Liberty he or she now enjoys. SHE TRIED A ONE CENT WANT AD are hundreds of thousands of men, women, and little children who can no longer raise their hands in defense of their country. \Ne say we live in a free land. But our freedom today stands or falls with the success or failure of our boys who arc fighting for us. Liniments Will Never Cure. If you are afflicted with Rheuma tism, why waste time with liniments, lotions and other local applications that never did euro Rheumatism, and never will Do not try to rub the pain away, for you will never succeed. Try the sensible plan of finding the cause of the pain, and go after that. Remove the cause, and there can be no pain. Fashions u/ To-Day Ry May Manton 9600 Coat for Misses and Small omen 16 and 16 years. Trice 15 cents. You Can't Rub It Away Rheumatism is in the Blood You will never be rid of Rheuma A i- iA Tlio U'p real, has 1 K-ooir.calrr.ost an essential of the waniroue and this one is eminently smaf',. ft L» ehanr.ing made ot' dvivesy '-I \-elours cloth or •-f .ec •anil iL is \x-ry handsome if -he\ioi for hard usage, a. it can he made of almost an., ea sonable cloaking material. is exceedingly simple while at the same time it is eminently ie. lome dressmakers should la able to make it without difficulty. It is loose, therefore, there is no fitting to he accomplished and the belt, holds it in away to form most attractive and becoming lines. The pockets are distinctly novel. In the picture, ln-livia he .1. cloth is the material ant! color is a rich tan that is e. ingly handsome. Amor. .: more costly materials a' cloths that are marvelously tiful and which are well r.r to (he design while a great ntany coats are made of bolivia or velours cloth or of broadcloth with collar and cuffs of the fur plush or of fur, as the case may be. "C! •iir u Gil For the lO-yiar size will le needed, 4' of materia) 44 inches v. i!e. yards 54. The pattern \o. 0600 is cut in sizes lor ...ii- iS _\ears. It will be mailed any address bv the Fashion Depanment uf hig paper, on receipt of fifteen txuu tism until you cleanse your blood of the germs that cause the disease. S. S. S. has never had an equal as a blood purifier and scores of sufferers say that it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and removed all trace of t]je disease from their system. Cf a bottle of S. S. S. at your drug- store, and g-et on the right treatment to-day. If you want spe cial medical advice, you can obtain it free by addressing Medical Director, 23 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, GH- tt Environment. We are very much whai others think us. The reception our observations meet with gives us courage to proceed ot- damps our efforts. A man is a wit and a philosopher in one place who dares not open his mouth and is con sidered a blockhead in another, in some companies nothing will go down but coarse, practical jests, while the finest remark or sarcasm would be dis regarded.—llazlett. —o- Vade Mecum. Palpitatingly, the infatuated young man sought counsel at the bazaar of an ancient and prayed the ancient tell him how he might learn of his fair lady's faults. "Go forth mong nor women friends." spake the venerable one. "and praise her in their hearing." —George Jean Nathan in Puck. Speeding Up. Worthy companion to the celebrated painter who. when Hie paint got low, hastened to finish the (loot- before the paint gave mil, lias been found in the woman knitter who sat tip late to finish a scan.' because she had so little yarn PATRIOTIC DUTY To plant a garden or raise chickens. Cyphers Incubat ors and Brooders, rat and storm proof Brood Coops. Bulk seeds and feeds at PEOPLES FLOUR AND FEED CO. 309 W. 1st Ave. i. Phone 2284 Prompt Delivery A Th® Best is MsneToo Gs©d fwOiir Soldiers of Industry EXELSO will help keep you "in the fight" and "on the job." Every drop o£ EXELSO seethes with the delicious juices of rich cereals and tonic hops. keeps the stomach right, the mind bright, the grip tight and the heart light. Your "cold bottle" is waiting for you at the nearest d|aler in drinks. EXELSO is made by "KAMM OF ST. PAUL," and its good* ness comes from over 50|| years of knowing how to make a winning beverage. For Sale by (Si! figs# "\T SBLIS SO BECAUSE IT EXCELS SO" Trade Mtrk Rc«. U. S. Pat. Off. Knocks out a thirst in 30 seconds. s# Dealers Everywhere '•:U It FIVE There was a man in our town, And he was wondrous wise. Whene'er he wanted any thing He'd quickly advertise ONE CENT WANT ADS Usually pay big returns IF YOUR EARS RING WITH HEAD Noises if you have Catarrhal Deafness or bead noises go to your druggist, and get ounce of Parmint (double strength), and add lo it l-.i pint of hot waler and a little granulated sti- Hair Often Ruined By Washing With Soap One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thorough ly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing ev ery particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage., You can get mulsified cocoanut oil at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a few ounces will supply every member of the family for months. AT LAST! HEAL Hf drink ferenl from the rest' 1 gar. Take 1 tablespoonful four tunes a day. This will ofli-n bring quick relief from the distressing head noises Clog, gcil nostrils should open, breathing' become easy and the mucus stop dropping into the throat. It. is easy In prepare, costs little and is pleasant" to lake. Any one who has catarrhais Deafness or head noises should give this prescription a trial. F. \V. Bo'bb. Soap should be used very careful ly. if you want to keep your hair' looking its best. Most soaps and pre pared shampoos contain too much al kali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use is just ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil (which is pure and greaseless), and is better than the most expensive, soap or anything else you can use.