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Red Lodge daily news combined with Carbon County news. [volume] (Red Lodge, Mont.) 1931-1936, October 15, 1931, Image 6

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Appetizers in tïie Diet
föckles, Familiar Aids to
Mealtime Zest , Used
in Many Ways
ANY of us, remembering how
good grandmother's meals used
to taste, recall how much hungrier
we got after crunching a few
pickles from the familiar old
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pickle-dish that usually graced her
table.
Pickles have been universal fav
orites since long before grand
mother's day. People cot only
liked them for their taste, but
recognized them as appetite-pro
yokers.
g Nowadays, these old mealtime
standbys take on a new measure
of dietary importance because of
the increasing recognition of their
health properties. Particularly in
winter, when fresh green vege
tables are often hard to get, they
help to supply us with needed
carbohydrates, mineral salts and
vitamins.
Moreover, pickles fit well into
present-day menus because they
are used in so many ways to give
DO YOU KNOW THAT—
(By United Press)
Montana's greatest asset is its
people. It is first of ail a land of
home owners, approximately 66
per cent of its fam'li is owning
their homes. Only six states rank
higher.
Its people are patriotic, char
itable, healthy. With only Ö.5 per
cent of the nation's population it
sent 40,000 men to the World war,
0.84 per cent of the army strength.
Its death rate is one of the low
est, 7.7 a thousand. There is a
telephone for each 10 of its in
habitants and the per capita wealth
is estimated at $4,755.
(Facts supplied by the State
Division of Publicity).
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In the Negative
( She was annoyed and she was
venting her wrath on Walter, her
future husband.
"And another thing," she contin
ued, "I thought you said your sis
ter was working on the films?"
Walter raised his eyebrows won
deringly.
"What about It?" he murmured.
"What about it?" she echoed.
"Why, 1 was passing the chemist's
shop today and I saw her prepar
ing snapshots."
Walter smiled back triumphantly.
"That's working on the films, isn't
it?" he returned.—London Answers.
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AFTER 40

' bowel trouble
Constipation may very easily become
ihronic after forty. And any continued
Bonstipation at (hat time of life may
bring attacks of piles and a host of
other unpleasant disorders.
Watch your bowels at any age.
Guard them with particular care after
forty. Whenever they need any help,
remember a doctor should know what
is best for them.
, "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin"
is a doctor's prescription for the bowels.
Tested by 47 years' practice, it has
been found thoroughly effective in
relieving constipation and its ills for
men, women and children of all ages.
It has proven perfectly safe even for
babies. Made from fresh laxative
berbs, pure pepsin and other harmless
ingredients, it cannot gripe; will not
»cken you or weaken you ; can be used
Without harm as often as your breath
is bad, or when your tongue is coated;
whenever a headachy, bilious, gassy
condition warns of constipation.
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Da. W. B. Caldwell's
SYRtP PEPSI IM
A Doctor's Family Laxative
the modern decorative touch to
meals.
With a bottle or two of pickles
on the pantry shelf, you are pre
pared to give a new note of interest
and modernity to any course in the
menu.
For example, a new piquancy of
flavor and color is added to a fruit
cocktail by the addition of sliced
sweet pickles. In salads pickles
are popular as ingredients of the
salad itself, of the pressings, and
as garnishes for the completed
dish.
Stuffed dill slices make an at
tractive and tasty salad:
Select two large dlU pickles and remova
centers, using an apple corer or a long
sharp knile. Pack the centers full of
pimiento cream cheese. Chill. Cut In slices
and arrange several on lettuce leaves or the
tender Inside leaves of cabbage. Garnish
with mayonnaise. These slices may be used
also as a garnish for other salads, or for
meat platters; also on rounds of toast for
a canape.
A delicious tartar sauce to serve
with flsh is made as follows:
Add one tablespoon of finely chopped
encumber pickle and one teaspoon minced
onion to 3/3 cup of mayonnaise.
Vinaigrette dressing is made
simply by adding chopped sour
pickle, green pepper, and minced
parsley to French dressing.
Pickle Pyramids
Arrange in the order named, crosswise
slices of the following pickles on top of
one another to form a pyramid: slice of
dill pickle, slice of sweet diU pickle, slice
of sweet pickle. Use these pyramid gar
nishes for a border around a platter of
cold sliced meat or salad.
Pickle Flower
Arrange on a large bowl of prepared
flsh or meat salad Just before serving.
Arrange thin crosswise slices of dill pickles
to form a circle about six inches in diam
eter. Arrange thin crosswise slices of
pickled beets in a circle Inside the dills.
Pill the center of the beet circle with
mayonnaise. Garnish mayonnaise with a
slice of sweet pickle.
Bacon and Pickle Sandwich
Six slices crisply broiled bacon,
chopped; 3 medium slxe dill pickles,
chopped: V„ cup mayonnaise.
Combine bacon, pickles a n d mayonnaise.
Spread on buttered bread. Makes six
sandwiches, 4x4 inches.
Saving It
Some people have such a respect
for the truth that they never dare
make free use of It—New Orleans
Ïiraes-Picayune.
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WHEN BABIES
FRET
THERE are times
when a baby is too
fretful or feverish to
be sung to sleep. There are some
pains a mother cannot pat away. But
there's quick comfort in Castorial
For diarrhea, and other infantile
ills, give this pure vegetable prepara
tion. Whenever coated tongues tell
of constipation; whenever there's any
sign of sluggishness. Castoria has a
good taste; children love to take it.
Buy the genuine—with Chas. H.
Fletcher's signature on wrapper.
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I LAWS ARE NEEDED TO
I RESTRICT KILLING OF
AMERICAN WILDFOWL
(UP) — Unless
Washington,
laws are enacted limiting the an
nual kill of wildfowl, hunters may
soon face the fact of having no
birds to shoot, according to Paul
Where your membership
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FREE SEED
Where cotton used to
grow to the cabin door, * ,
vegetablegardens,grown
from free Red Cross seed
were planted to Kelp i
solve drought relief.
Families gained their first
knowledge of a balanced
diet from these gardens.
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c the pc I. tilled Cross
drought relict work,
2 : 0C0,000 person* uc
fed, clothed, given medi
cal a'd, or other a'oir.t
ance. One-third of the
nation's area, or 1,000
counties in 22 states,
was affected.
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FAMINE relief
The unprecedented ca
tastrophe, famine on the
farm brought 80,000 vol
unteer Red Cross work
ers, They sought the
needy, distributed food,
and as a result no au
thenticated case of star
vation due to drought
was uncovered.
FREE FOOD
To ward off future han
d leaps that might assail
I children, victims of the
1 drought, Red Cross gave
free lunches in rural
' school rooms. Hot beef
stew, bread and butter,
milk and fruit nourished
their bodies.
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FIRST AID
Life saving, expert re
suscitation, and first aid
to the injured are taught
annually to a quarter
million persons by Red
Cross experts. Death rate
due to industrial acci
dents and drownings
shows a great decrease.
VETERAN RELIEF
W orld War veterans and
their dependents are a
special charge of 3,000
Red Cross Chapters,
Perfecting their claims,
protecting their families,
and cheering them up in
hospitals is a major Red
Cross service.
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1,000 DISASTERS
Fifty years ago, on May
21, 1881, the Red Cross
was organized by Clara
Barton in her home in
Washington, D.C. That
year the infant society
met its first disaster
reli-H. Since it has aided
* in over 1,000 disasters.
CHAPTER WORK
Junior Red Cross has a
membership of7,000,000
school children. Red
Cross is the largest em
ployer of rural public
health nurses. Thou
sands of girls and wo
men are taught Home
Hygiene, Care of the
Sick, and proper Diets.
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The Kiiieth Anniversary of
Red Cross
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your opportunity for service
Renew your Membership
OCT 11th to 26th]
G. Redington, chief of the Bureau
of Biological Survey of the Depart
ment of Agriculture.
On the heels of President Hoo
ver's proclamation snortening the
hunting season, Redington recent
ly stated that America's wildfowl
are "in the most precarious situa
tion in their history." This condi
tion he blamed partly on the
drought, partly on the great num
bers killed each season, and partly
on the reduction of marsh areas
where the birds breed.
This last factor is being par
tially removed by the establish
ment of federal migratory bird
refuges. During the past two
years contracts have been nego
tiated for acquisition of more than
111,000 acres in California, Colo
rado, Florida, Nebraska, North
Carolina and South Carolina.
Through executive order's about
65,000 acres have been set aside
for like purposes in public lands
in California, Montana, Nevada
and Oklahoma. This gives a total
of 176,000 acres in nine states.
Nevertheless, according to ReT
ington, drastic action will have to
be taken soon if the supply of
game birds is to be kept up. Such
action, he said, should consist of
"effective regulation and limita
tion of the kill of the birds,"
which has totaled between 12,000,
000 and 15,000,000 annually.
Daimler the Pioneer
In 183f> Daimler installed the first
small, high-speed gasoline engine in
a motor bicycle and fitted boat*
with motors and ran them at Parla
during an exhibition there.
Swept With a Glane«
Proof that the eye Is quicker than
tire hand lies In the fact that a pair
of eyes can sweep a room In a mo
ment, while It takes a pair of hand*
half an hour to accomplish ttoa
same thing.

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