The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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THE INOLA /kgOISTEB
Swift & Company
Has Not "Jest Crowed"
Swift & Company, in fifty years of well
ordered growth, has become one of the
great national services because it has
learned to do something for the American
people which they needed to have done
for them, in the way in which they
preferred to have it done.
It has met each successive demand, in
the changing conditions of national life,
by getting good meat to increasing mil-
lions effectively, efficiently, economically,
The Swift ft Company packing plants*
refrigerator cars, car routes, branch
houses, organization, and personnel of
today are the practical solutions, born of
practical experience, to the food problems
of half a century.
Because of all these elements working in
correlation and unison, Swift & Company
is able to supply more and better meat to
more people than would have been pos-
sible otherwise, at a net profit per pound of
meat so low (a fraction of a cent) that the
consumer price is practically unaffected.
Strip away any portion of this vast,
smooth-running human machine, and you
make a large part of the meat supply
uncertain, lose the benefit of half a century
of fruitful^ experience, and scatter the
intelligent energies of men who have
devoted a life work toward meeting the
needs of a nation in one vital field.
The booklet of preceding chapter! in thle story of
the packing indust r jr will be mailed on raquaal to
Swift A Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
IOWA DOES GOOD ROAD WORK
Lincoln Highway Official Is Pleased
With Progress—Each County P**-
paring to Aid.
That good work Is being done in
the improvement of the Lincoln high- I
way through Iowa Is the assertion ox
H. C. Ostermann, field secretary of the
Lincoln Highway association. Mr.
Ostermann recently maile n trip of In-
spection through the Hawkeye state
and the results were more than satis-
factory to him.
On his Journey across the state the
Lincoln highway official was accom-
The secret ot happiness la not In do-
In* what one likes—but In liking what
c>na haa to do.—lJarrle.
A CHILD GETS SICK
A CAKE FOR TEA.
HE following recipes
muy be served a# a
tea cake or will keep
well In the cooky Jar
for the children:
Oriental Tea Cakes.
—Cream a fourth of
a cup of shortening
anil add gradually one
cupful of brown sugar,
beating constantly. J
Dissolve nn eighth of a tesspoonful of
roda In a tablcspoonful of water, add a
half teaspoonful of vanilla and one
LOOK AT TONOUEI THEN GIVE
FRUIT LAXATIVE FOR 8T0M-
^ ACH, LIVER, BOWELS.
-CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIQS"
CANT HARM CHILDREN AN©
* THEY LOVE IT.
UlUCUIil " uj «ativ■••• ■■ ——
panled by D. E. Goodell of Tama, la.. j cupful of Hour. Mix until it holds to-
state consul of the Lincoln Highway
association, and Thomos II. MacDon-
sld, J. W. Hoi den and H. C. Heard of
the Iowa state highway commission. ^
Enthusiastic and well-attended Lin-
coln highway meetings were held at
numerous points across the state; a
splendid program of Lincoln highway
Improvement was revealed by the re-
ports submitted at these meetings.
Covering the most Important develop-
ments, Mr. Ostermann states:
"Seventeen iLiles of the Lincoln
highway In Clinton county have al-
ready been graveled with federal aid
funds; applications for federal aid
gether and leaves no cm nibs. Make
Into small balls; If they separate add
u few drops of water. Place on a but- |
ti-red sheet and bake in u quick oven
until delicately brown. This recipe
will make 4' cakes.
Poppy-Seed Wafers.—Take two cup-
fuls of milk, two egg*, three table-
spoonfuls of olive oil, three-fourths of
a cupful of sugar, one-fourth pound of
poppy seeds, two teas|MM>nfuls of bak-
ing powder, a plncli of salt, and flour
to roll out. Cut in large rounds with
Mother! Your child Isn't naturally
ross and peevish. See If tonguy Is
outecl.; this Is a sure sign the little
stomach, liver and bowels need a
cleansing at oncer
When listless, pale, feverish, toll of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't
runnn; applications iur —« i « ui mi
funds have also been made by Cedar j (lf brown sugar, an egg. three squares
a « - - ... s - oAimtlAO rtrwl fllfll* i a# rvciitoil nitif nni>.fnlirtll fit
to roll out. Cut In large rounds with , ^ MWrfliiyi has stoat-
a cooky cutter and bake In a hot oven. I diarrhoea, remember, a gen-
Bangor Brownies.—Cream one-fourth '
of a cupful of sweet fat with a cupful
and Pottawattamie counties, anil sim-
ilar applications will be filed In tlie
Immediate future by Linn, Tama, Ben*
ton and probably Crawford counties."
A Lincoln highway seedling mile la
now under way In Linn county, and
existing arrangements call for th«*
complete graveling of all the rest of
the Llncrnn highway In the county.
' In a similar fashion the plans In Mar-
shall county call for the graveling of
every foot of the Lincoln hlehwny
from county line to county line. Story.
Boone "and Greene counties ore prnc-
tlcally all graveled nt the present time
and an all-weather road Is reported.
The visiting officials found that
[ Crawford county had si>eut more
! money than any other county In the
| state In grading the Lincoln highway.
Field Secretary Ostermanu nod
State Consul Ooodell expect that by
of grated chocolate and one-fourth ot
a teu/poonful of salt. Add one-half to
three-fourths cupful* of floor and a
cupful of nuts. Beat all together and
spread evenly on a buttered pan. Bake
In a moderate oven aud cut iu strips
Creoles.—Mix all the following In-
gredients. beat well and bake In small
lluted i>ans from 12 to 15 minutes:
Three eggs, one anil a half cupfuls ot
brown sugar, three-fourths of a cupful
of flour, one-hulf teaapoonful of sail, a
few grains of Cayenne and one uud
one-half cupfuls of peenn meats.
Macaroons—Mix one cupful of
almond paste with one cupful of pow-
dered sugar until the mixture Is like
meal. Add egg white, one at a time,
until three have been used ; flavor wilit
a fourth of n teaapoonful of aimond
extract. Bake on buttered pn|ier
placed on un Inverted dripping pan.
Iletnove from the paper immediately
after baking In a very slow oven.
strop! To th« homeless thou art home
The frtendleaa And In thee a friend.
And well I* tie wher'tr he roam.
Who meets tiiee at the Journey's end
tie liver and bowel cleansing should
always be the first treatment given.
Nothing equals "California Syrup of
Figs" for children's Ills; give a tea-
spoonful. and In a few hours all the
foul waste, sour bile and fermenting
food which Is clogged In the bowela
passes out of the system, and you
have a well and playful child again.
All children love this harmless, deli-
cious "fruit laxative." and It never
falls to effect a good "Inside" cleans-
ing. Directions for babies, children
of nil ages and grown-ups are plainly
on the .bottle.
Keep It handy In your home. A little
given today saves a sick chfld tomor-
row. bnt get the genuine. Ask your
druggist for n bottle of "California
Kyrup of Figs." then see that It Is
made by the "California Fig Syrup
Spanish Influenza or Grip
BY DR. LEK H. SMITH.
old enemy is with as again, and
whether we fight a German or a germ, we
mast put up a good fight, and not be afraid.
The influenza runa a very brief eoune
when the patient is careful, and if we keep
the ayatem in good condition and throw
off ti>e poiaona which tend to accumulate
wit'tin our bodiee, we can eecape the dia-
eaae. Remember these three C's—a clean
mouth, a clean akin, and clean bowela.
To cany off pRaona from the ayatem and
keep the bowela loose, daily doeee of a
pleaaant laxative ahould be taken. Such
a one ia made of May-apple, leavee of sloe,
root of jalap, ni d called I>r. Pierce's Pleaa-
ant Telleta. Hot lemonade ahould be uaed
freely if attacked by s cold, snd the pa-
tient ahould be put to bed alter a hot
To prevent the attack of bronchltia or
pneumonia snd to control the pain,
Anuric tablets ahould be obtained at the
drug atore, and one given every two hours,
with lemonade. The Anuric tablet*
were first discovered by Dr. Pierce, sad,
as they flush tht bladJer and cleanae the
kidneya, they carry sway much of the poi-
aona and the uric sefd. — 2^1
It M important that broths, milk, bat*
termini, icecream snS limple diet be given
regnlarlv to strengthen the system snd in-
crease the vital reeiatance. The fever ia
diminished by the use of the Anuric tab-
leta bnt in addition, the forehead, anna
and hands ay ha bathed with water
(tepid) in which a tableapoaaful of eel-
aratua has bean dissolved in a quart. After
an stuck of grip or pneumonia to
build up and strengthen the system. obtain
at the drag store a good iron tonic, wiled
Iroatic" Tablets, or that wall fa"-*
herbal tonic, Dr. Pisree's Golden Medical
[imm uutw—.a««'i' 'i-s.'
MITCHELL EYE SALVE
Stunning All Right.
"I wa< In u hand-to-hand encounter
with a l lg German," narrated the offi-
cer. Itome ou furlough, and uiy am-
1 Munition was gone. Just as we closed
Iu the grapple I wrenched my nrin
I now, knocking him senseless with the
I utt of .my revolver."
••Oh. how |* rfectly stunning!" ex-
claimed the girl.
-The anly SERUM mad* n Oklahoma"
will protect your hogs
Write lor our F1CC BOOKLET
m ri"=" em ca_ wuitiu orr. mox
* ★ ★ ' ★
TESTATE FOOD ADMINISTRATIONbsarequested
all flour mills to manufacture Victory Flour. New
machinery to facilitate the manufacture of Victory
Floor baa been installed in our plant and we are now
equipped to supply thtf trade.
niriahniaia city BOD & Hev. Co. REPAIRS NEEDED FOR ROADS
Good Stretch of Road In lew*.
the end of 1918 there will be 1.000 sus-
taining members of the Lincoln High-
way association In Iowa.
Plans for the permanent marking of
the route across the stote were dis-
cussed with the various local officials,
and consuls of th nations! associa-
tion, and each county In the state is
preparing to aid iu financing this proj-
ect to the extent of $-'100. A start ha*
been made la this direction, following"
the action of Pottawattamie county In
voting $200 for this purpose, to which
the city of Council Bluffs has added
The Important of the Lincoln
h'ghway Improvement In town wns at*
tested by the presence and Interest of
Htate Engineer llacDooald and hla as-
sociates nt the varioua meetings.
to —The SAG LI ▼aeelaas aad e*ra«a
BlaiVd nitrate BlacUad A4d salaa
w . . AQuaalrplawa.
Protect Your Sloe* Here la a new ward far the English
* language. . .. .
It Is "aenaalepiane, and it is
meant to denote tha craft which trav-
els through water and nlr alike In
place of the present word "hydroalr-
1,1 The new word la built on the old
I jitUi word "aqua," fo water. It was
originate*! by a former Los Angeles
schoolteacher, who thought that It Is
more sniwstlve of a tlylng craft ia
water tlian the other word.
Wrtta for particulars
a |eaim co„ OUatosas Otj. Oik
Rely On Cuticnra
fiErery Woman Wants
ant i s'lpti crowder
p2kk*a Mad. Co. far lea yeere.
"far nasal catarrh.
Money talks." ,
•I have heard of ejtrnvitgnnf lan
The mightiness of the hairpin ex
reciN that of the pen and «ord.
1 vlll letlee—Murine for Red
naaa, Soreneea. Granule
S-> %/ fk tkm,Itchingand Burning
Lj of the Eyee or Eyelids
Neceeelty and Dealrablllty af Eliminat-
ing Holea and Ruts Should Be
IB order that the roads may not ha
entirely destroyed or put Into a condl-
t on requiring complete rehabilitation,
the government ought to Impress upon
states, counties, cltlea, villages and
townshlpa the necessity and desirabil-
ity of eliminating every mud hole, every
depression, by filling In; It should ask
that culverts and bridges be kept In a
recaonable state of repair and It should
command that every highway should
regularly and systematically bo
dragged after every rain, that hUh
spots mny be eliminated, low spots
filled and the roads made as smooth
- and safe as possible with this tem-
porary acheme to eld. as for ns pos-
sible. transportation over public high-
ways—ritt and Quarry.
Stand Heavy Motor Trame.
It Is perfectly poaalble to build roada
which will stand «p under the heavleat
motortruck traffic, aa the state of Con-
necticut has amply proved.
Road Builders Are Made. '
Hood builders are seldom born, but
are made and trained largely at public
expense. You either pay for the
trained man or you pay to train one.
A FARM MEAL.
IIY is It that the uver
age f n r in d« < t
alien enterinlinnj ■ HJ
guests will invariant)
endeavor to give then,
something that Is chj
food richer than nr>
itig something wiilet
s common for then
iut unusual jo tin
city cousin? Wlia
nore delicious laeai could l>e pre|ml'«V
than liakeil iKJtntm-s with crisp hr.>..t
slices of aweet, farm-cured salt | >ik
with a gravy made from the fa:
thickened with tlour and made witl
Then there Is rousted spiireiil>s. riol
the kinO we can buy In the city mnr
ket.«« hut spare ribs with plenty ol
meat on them, roasted with a stntlliifc
seasoned with the good things whicr
have been ralsi'd In the little hert
garden by the housewife In rself.
A hoiled dinner served from the
form wife's table is an entirely dif
ferent meal than the usual boiler
' dinner. In the first place the Cornet
! beef has been grown and fattened
i killed mid cured on the place and It
tastes very different: then the vege
tables are fresh, full of their Juice;
and of good tlavor. A go.sl six.vl esh
hage. a turnip or two. a few * arrots ^
and potntoes an#a nice fat piece ot
corned beef cooked ell together unti |
the vegetables are tender, makes i |
dish At to aet before the clearest friend.
The meat should cook In slinmerin*
water an hour or more Itofurc th-1
vegetables are added. Onions anil
cooked beets, cooked In se| n>at«
saucepans, may also accoiupimy this
A pork roast of home-grown |s>rk
doesn't tnste much like the town va-
riety. If the winter Is the time one
Is entertaining, the canned corn, pens
and beans which have l>eeit put 'i|i j
during the season of fresh vegetuhles
will please the palate much belter |
than the tinned klud we tuay purchase.
With fresh eggs, an omelet, a cus-
tard pie or a sponge cake mny bs
quickly prepared. Wttli the pickles,
sour, spliced and sweet, which are the
pride of every farm wife, she need
not fear for either variety or Bator.
To be great man has only to do his
work well, be honest aud complain
Contentment l« always perched on
the round lust tihove you.
art worth ti
CENTRAL HIDE A FU* CO.
3C2 E Main St. OklabiwaCUl
Wr.i* or call for price*-
* ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
sinulatin^ Utc^ood by Be*®'
Copy of Wrappae.
For Inftmta and Children.
Mothers Knew That
Cry Everywhere for Reads.
There Is everywhere the cry
roada, and tor better roads.
Rivals the "Human Fly."
Of nil American anlniola. bighorn,
the mountain sheep. Is one of the tn« st
remnrkatde. Not only Is he equally
reinsrkatde In his ability to live, and
live well. In an environment where It
would seem that no unlmul of such
slue could possibly sustain life. There,
on the roof of the world, he not only
stirtiiliis life, but winter or summer.
a|t|utir to be fat and In the heat of
■ oiidttion. the People's Route Mogaslne
IHAJ GONSTUKnON HEAR!
N means a ailssfstta sanSltlan ef Ml HeH* that *e eli eeHe^ey eeeelel
I aliments eMk aa HeaSaa>M. aefc— e.Syaaeeala, < aali^ ln< ee^ten. alae
' ef vaeteea klnae. ellee ana ausaafjae wher ei ree~^l«T ^TIION ej
art ma aealnet natura. Take OW. TUTTS ^IVKR PILLS af Sfca a lgti>_^
and bo wall mumt thttr natural Vunettana. At all aruff ata.
Dr. TtiWk Uvar Pills
For Oougha and Oolda
take a IrW aad SS 4 oaih aaa thai
•eta araaistly and .B.cU«ty aa4 aastaiaa
MopCtaa. You sat tkat r~i«4y by aaklajlar
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