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The Carbon County news. [volume] (Red Lodge, Mont.) 1924-1931, September 03, 1925, Image 8

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School
Supplies
Pencils
Tablets
Paper
Pens
Ink
We have everything
needed by the first
grader and high
school student.
ECONOMY DRUG
COMPANY
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The teacher was giving a class a
lecture on "gravity",
"Now, children," she said, "it is the
fxw of gravity that keeps us on this
'earth."
"But, please, teacher," inquired one
•mall child, "how did we stick on be
fore the law was passed?"
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We print Business station
ery of all kinds in a clean,
snappy style that will win
more business for you.
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PROPER FOOD FOR SCHOOL
CHILDREN
The age during which children are
attending school may aptly be called
"The Dangerous Age." It Is the period
of rapid growth and every care should
be taken to Insure the child of a nor
mal and healthy body. The Idea of
eating only Ik and wholesome foods
should be early Impressed on the
younger members of every family in
order to protect them against later
III health and Its accompanying unhap !
plnesa. If the utmost care Is not taken |
In the diet that Is used by children, :
cases of food poisoning, Indigestion J
and kindred ailments may result i
And milk, being the chief Item In |
the diets of most children, should be j
carefully guarded. It Is, because of
Its nature, prone to Infection If ex-.j
posed to germs and may soon become |
unfit for use. Wherever there Is the j
slightest reason for doubt as to Its
purity and food value, steps should he i
to Insure the sterility and the :
taken
fitness of milk Intended for consutnp- |
tlon by children. Many mothers have ,
adopted the excellent practice of using ,
milk that Is absolutely pure and sterile '
and free from anv germs or bacteria. (
The most satisfactory, as well ns the
safest milk used In preparing food for ;
the growing child 1« evaporated milk. |
It Is sterile, and therefore safe. It
Is more digestible than market milk. |
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Its uniformity, convenience and cost
qualities that recommend It.
The following dishes are well suited
to the needs of the growing child ;
they are easily digested and very
nourishing;
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Caramel Custard.
1 cup evaporated
milk diluted
with
1 cup water
3 egga
Scald the diluted milk. Cammellie
the sugar and add to milk to dissolve.
Beat eggs slightly, add sugar, salt, and
flavoring and combine with scalded
milk. Pour Into custard cups and set
In a pan of hot water and cook In a
moderate oven. When done, a knife
blade run In the center will come out
clean.
cup sugar
(caramelized)
2 tbsp. sugar
Vfc tap salt
H tsp. vanilla
Fish Chowder.
8 cups boiling
water
1 cup evaporated
milk diluted
with
1 cup water
6 cracker*
1 pint raw flab cut
In 1-Inch dice
8 small potatoes,
sliced
2 onions chopped
fine
14 pound fat salt
pork, sliced
When brown.
Fry out th* Mit pork.
piece* of pork and pul flah, P°'
Cover
remove
tatoea, and onlona In kettle.
Simmer until po
Add the milk and
8eaaon with
Juat before aervlnf
with -boiling »nur
(«tots are tender,
cook > minute« longer.
■«It «nd pepper. US,
«dd the cracker«.
Champion Wrcatler
Tell» What to Eat:
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crown, he said: "I expect to win the
He la a line
Johnny Meyers, middleweight wres
tling champion of the world. Is strong
ly In favor of Hie
use of scientifical
ly prepared foods.
H e prefers to
know that the |
food he Is eating
Is pure and whole- j
some rather than
to take a chanco
with any kind of j
food poisoning by i
eating food from
unknown
source. In a re
cent Interview on
the eve of his
mutch with Lou
T a 1 u b e r, from
whom he won his
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Johnny Meyer*.
crown from Tnlaber.
wrestler and uses more science than j
any man of the mat today. However,
1 feel sure that my superior physical |
condition will prevail and that I will i
emerge victorious and the champion |
of my division. Diet Is a very Impor- i
tant part of my program In training !
for a match. The system that I use
Is really very simple. Involving only
good Judgment and caution In the se- :
lection of food. I prefer to eat seien J
tlficully prepared totals whenever pos j
slide und I never eat anything to |
which Is attached the slightest doubl j
of Its purity. I eat a great deal of ;
canned foods because I am sure that
they are pure and will have no 111 ef- j
fects on my digestive system. Take
Juat as an example of what food can
do for the body—milk. It Is the great
est of body builders and a very Impor
tant part of any man's diet. But is
sometimes Impure or contaminated and
may tie the source of Illness If used
Because of this fact, I use evaporated
ndlk entirely and find It very satlsfac
tory. 1 know that It la pure and that
I will not suffer from Its use, I know
that It Is a great body builder be
cause the concentration of It gives It
such food value. I know that It 1«
easily digested, more so than market
milk. In fact, because I drink It be
fore going to bed and feel no effect,
of It In the morning. This Is usually
hard to do with ordinary market milk.
This plan, In substance, Is the same
one that I use regarding other foods.
If there is any chance or suspicion of
Impurity or low food value, 1 use
something else.
"And if a man is so situated that tt
Is Impossible for him to get the proper
amount of exercise, he must be doubly
cautious not to partake of any but the
purest food. On the whole, If a mao
eats with wisdom and observes the
fundamental rules for good health,
there Is no reason why he should ever
have a sick or uncomfortable day.**
BANKERS HELP
A bank In Monrovia, Ind., tests seed
corn tor farmers. A basement room
was fitted out last season for the pur
poee and 25.000 ears were tested for
fifty-six farmers. One-fourth of the
seed tested last year was unfit for
seed. This year the percentage will
run even higher. The work la done
under the supervision of the high
school agricultural teacher. He reports
that the community will have a sur
plus of seed corn this year.
The banks of Conway, Ark., have
offered prîtes for the most marketable
sweet potatoes produced on one acre
of land. A first prlxe of |1S0 Is of
fered, along with three district prises
of $50 each. The county agent and
the banks are working out the details.
The County Bankers Association
will help to employ a full time county
leader this year for boys' and girls'
club work In Calboun, Cherokee and
Buena Vista counties, Iowa.
$286
ROUND TRIP TO
Billings, Montana
SEPTEMBER 12—18
for the
Midland
Empire
Fair
Final return limit September
21. No stopover«. For detail«
ask your Northern Pacific
Railway agent.
Plan NOW to
Attend the Fair at Billings
NORTHERN
PACIFIC RY.
langwidge ju»t made me creep!**_Lon
don Opinion.
A Handicap
Secretary of Golf Club;
Cayenne complain« that you've been
very slow today, Biggs."
Caddie:
'Colonel
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
'I couldn't help it, air—'is
The Pen
for School
College
an ^f/terYears
man's
SCHOOL OPENS
TUESDAY, SEPT 8.
(
; Tablets
Composition Books
Pens and Pencils
Rules and Compass
Everything for the
Student.
Wc
Ideal)
To
inPen ->
The New
s "Pocket Self-Filler'
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Start the new school
year with a good
Parker fountain pen.
I We can supply you.
This lilllc lever liai been
added to the World'«
Standard Pen to help you
Io idül the pen. Simply
fàiêc and lower (he lever
with point in ink and it
refill» almost instantly.
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Beartooth Jewel
ry Company
RED LODGE DRUG
COMPANY
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Phone 25.
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Crosley's New Coast-to-Coast Radios
BETTER-COST LESS
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Super-Trirdyn Deluxe
Combination
Super-Trirdyn Regular
Super-Trirdyn Special
The Croslcy SuperTrirdyn Regular is a
three tube radio but gives the same
résulta as those using six tubes. Rad
ical changes in the parts used, the cab
inets, panels, etc., greatly improve the
appearance and quality of the Trirdyn,
making is a mighty attractive receiver
at a very modest price. In the new
Trirdyns all wiring is concealed under
the sub-panel. Also incorporated in
these radios are the following fea
tures: the new control system for the
new vernier plate condensers; new in
dicator for the tickler, which is of the
rotary type; new rheostat controls ;
new filament switch with far better
grip; new and ne«t flat knobs, slide ad
justment for antenna circuit, newly
redesigned transformers, etc. All these
add greatly to the efficiency of the
Trirdyn and combine to make it the
most popular radio on the market
Announcement of the new Croeley
Super-Trirdyn Special hag met nation
wide approval. Tuned radio frequen
cy, Armstrong regeneration and re
flex amplification are combined in the
Trirdyns In such a manner as to per
mit the three tubes to do the work of
six. Stations from coast to coast are
tuned in with ease on the Musicone.
The beautifully designed cabinet, the
attractive panel with the very latest
style knobs, dials, etc., and the new
and highly efficient parta used combine
to place the Saper -Trirdyns in a class
by themselves, head and shoulders
above anything on the market. Order
your Trirdyns immediately.
$60
The super-trirdyn De Luxe Combina
tion consist* of the Super Trirdyn
Special, the Musicone De Luxe and a
very neatly designed table. This com
bination forma a radio receiver so at
tractive that it is welcomed immedi
ately into the parlor, the living room,
the library and corresponde favorably
with the finished article of furniture
in the home. The finish is simple, ele
gant, rich—the finest ever given to
Crosley merchandise—truly de luxe in
appearance and performance. Natur
ally the three units that form this
combination can be purchased sepa
rately. The Super-Trirdyn Special at
$60.00, the Musicone De Luxe at $27.50
and the console type table at $26.00,
or the three for $112.50. These units
designed for those men and
who demand the very beat in
appearance and quality.
The Musicone
$50
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The Musicone Deluxe
.
Here we have the Croeley Musicone in
an artistic clock case of beautiful ma
hogany. There is a grilled screen,
which adds a charming effect and a
real finishing touch to the Musicone.
Compare the eye-value unsightly horn,
compare the tonal qualities of the
various types—and yon wilt know why
the Musicone is destined to be so na
tionally popular this winter.
Crosley Mnsieones have revolutionized
radio reception. They have been pro
claimed to be the best radio reproduc
ers on the market. They are growing
in popularity daily and are in demand
everywhere. There is no distortion—
every possible note being reproduced
perfectly.
wer«
$2750
$1750
women
Hardware Co.
Jeffery
Exclusive Croslcy Agents
FOR YOUR LUNCHES IN IKE MOUNTAINS
and on the stream«, there is nothing more refreshing than a nice cool
dish of Ice Cream. Try some on your next trip. We have it put up.
Two quarts or more, in small icelese containers for these trips.
CARBON COUNTY CREAMERY COMPANY
Plan Your Next Motor Trip to
DeMaris Needle Bath
Springs
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Three hours ride. Free camp grounds. Tent
houses for rent. $1.00 per day per guest. Tent
and baths included. This is the-busy.season.
Be sure and phone or write for reservations.

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