The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 21, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD BEAVER OKLAHOMA
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8plre of Notre
ACnoSS the pointed roofs nnd
wnywurd streets of Antwerp
Uiere fell ono day -100 yenrs
ago the mellow din of belts.
In a gay nnd golden peal the carillon
of Notre Dmnc sang to the town until
every eye turned toward the belfry
nnd every foot hastened to the cathe-
Over tho threshold paced a proces-
sion rich with the color and stiff with
the pomp of the middle ages. As the
company went up the nave whoro vel-
vets nnd Jewels caught ndded radlunce
from the crimson and amber of stnlned
windows tho bells bent upon the nlr
agnln with a louder triumph before
they at Inst fell silent
Thero was good cause for tho lusty
strokes which tho carillon ringers
tugged nt their ropes on that pleasant
day In 1507. For tho new bell tho
lilg Bell hud come safe from tho cast-
ing furnace; the bishop In his robes
was thero to consccrnto it and the
king himself was standing as Its spon-
sor. When tho final reverent word had
been spoken tlint dedlcnted tho bell
nt tho service of God nnd Antwerp
Charles struck from the bronze sides
one loud tone. Tho nolso roso .clear
nnd deep through tho hush of the
cathedral. It flonted Among the dim
rafters ns a voice that promised bless-
ings and It hummed Into oblivion with
n slow portentous melancholy that
might well have been a presngo of Its
Big Bell Into a Furnace.
For doomsday tins dawned upon tho
Mr bell of Notre Dnmo and upon tho
l)clls of nil tho other steeples In Flan-
ders tho Germans need metal. They
ltnve taken the doorplates and plnno
ornaments from tbe homes of Brus-
sels nnd the splendid bronze horses
from tho Avenue Louise. They hnvo
tnkn tho chbnes from Isegntm nnd
Routers from Bruges nnd a dozen
Tbe bells nre being rondo Into runs.
When next? day rthey spenk It will bo
In a raiir that means rulu to tho very
fields over whoso harvests they so Jong
liave rung tho curfew and tho angelus.
The Mis hnvo alwnys meant much
to Flanders. A wetdthy lowland besot
by greedy neighbors the little kingdom
Jiaa countless times leen warned of
marching ecicmles by the clamor from
n steeple. In dnys of pence tho Flem-
ish developed their dilnies Into the
lively lilt of the carillons which made
their guilds of ringers noted through-
out IDuropc. To hold tho carillons
they built some of tho noblest towers
tho world hns ccn nnd when tho
towers were built tho cities vied with
icli other In filling them with noblo
hells. There were forty bronze voices
In the tower of Brvres cathedral and
tho same number nt Louvnln. There
were forty-four nt Maljnes and almost
n hundred In Antwerp Notro Dame.
Bells Reused the Towns.
Every ono of these had Us baptismal
name ns well as a popular nlcknnme.
"That's 'Douccm'tnt " the villagers
would 6ay ns n high tone trembled
on the nlr nt evensong. Or In tho
dnwn " 'La Pucelle' Is culling to mat-
Ins." Or ns nn alarm crashed forth
soma anxious night " The Thunderer 1'
Ilero comes tho enemy "
Usually tho alarm bell which was
ns a mntter of courso tho largest la
tho church belonged not to tho ca-
thedral but to tho town. It was
owned by tho municipality becnuso tho
tocsin proved vital In primitive times
to tho town's existence. No fewer
than three hells In Notre Dnmo -were
tho property f Antwerp Itself. The
burghers cocked their ears when any
of these spoke nnd bade ono another
hearken to "Cnrolus" or "Curfew" or
"St Mary's." Under tho nnme en-
graved on tho metal there was nlso
cut n rhymed prnyer for tho peoplo
half believed that the consecrated mu-
sic could frighten nway evil spirits.
It was n summons to rantlns from
Notro Dnmo thut stole softly Into tho
ears of Mary of Burgundy when she
rodo out of Bruges one fatal morning.
The Emperor Mnxlmlllan cantered by
the sldo of his young wlfo as the
hunting party hawk at wrist went
Its wny to tho woods at the edgo of
tho town. Beforo angelus the ladles
nnd lords enmo slowly back tho duch-
ess white faced but gnllnnt striv-
ing to mnko light of n bnd fall from
her horse. She was about to becomo
n mother nnd the Injuries were mor-
tal but for lovo of her husband Mary
long kept that knowledge secret.
End of the Houae of Burgundy.
When she died nt 25 tho hopeless
tolling from tho belfries threw all
Flnnders Into mourning.
They burled her In tho south chapel
of Notro Dnme In a tomb next to thnt
of her father Charles the Bold. Tho
last of tho houso of Burgundy tho two
were also tho last natlvo rulers of tho
Netherlands. Their resting plnco Is
very dear to tho Flemish. It Is not
likely to bo spnred. For tho glided
effigies of father and daughter aro
made of tho copper that Germany
covets for shells.
Tho Amhlevo still flows by Stnvelot
In that fact lies n glenra of hope.
How to 6uvo part of Its treasure was
a lesson which this vlllago on tho
road to Luxemburg taught tho rest of
Belgium when tho French revolution
raged. As the vandals drew near tho
townspeople milled to protect St
Uomucle's relics. St. Ilemaclo had
been bishop of Llego from 052 until
002. Ills bones dvere Inclosed in a
ense six feet long fashioned of enam-
eled copper plates. Tho cotter spnr-
kled with a hundred gems beryl opal
amethyst. Into n sack tho townspeo-
ple slipped their priceless reliquary
and they sank tho cask In the waters
of the Amblcvo to wait tho arrival of
gentler times. It will bo Stnvelot's ono
stroke of modern good luck If today
tho coffer Is again at tho bottom of
Money Man Also.
A chauffeur Is not usually unbending
tnough to odd to his burden of dignity
duties not essentially belonging to his
place muses tho New York Post Yet
when recently an automobile stopped
at tho curb in front of a department
store nnd tho clinuffcur nil In green
leaped out of his seat to stand at at-
tention on tho sidewalk while a young
woman tho only other occupant of
tho machine alighted nnd walked to-
tvurd the entranco of tho store It did
not end for him even with being chauf-
feur and footman. Suddenly the young
woman turned ns though sho had for-
"My money John" sho snld.
The man In green reached Into his
pocket drew out n purso of feminine
build anil extracted from It a roll of
"Twenty-five will do" sho ordered.
He handed tho money to her and re-
placed tho rest of the money In the
purse which was returned to his pock
ct to await the nexf call upon It
Out of Style.
Anne Sho said that sho had to
get some warm clothes -for winter.
Nan How hopelessly out of style
sho always la I
t remember tlio black wharves anil the
Ami the sca-tldes lousing free
Ami the Spanish sailors with bearded
And the beauty nnd mystery of tho
And tho mnclc of the sen.
INEXPENSIVE GOOD THINGS.
A little leftover ontmcnl If molded
may be cut In slices and fried. If n
piece or two of ba-
con or a little meat
or sausage Is added
to It before putting
It In the mold It
will make a more
nourishing dish and
one which may take
the place of meat.
Chicken en Cas.
role. Prepare n small fowl ns for
etulllng. Itpuiove legs nnd wings. Bom1
the legs and stuff them with the fol-
lowing: Chop the cooked chicken liver
n half cupful of hnm ami six blanched
chestnuts. Mix with a cupful of bread
crumbs a half cupful or more of milk
two egg yolks. Season to taste with
nutmeg thyme marjoram salt pars-
ley and onion Juice. Itoll the fowl
after smiling In Hour and brown In
Hit! pan; place In n casserole add two
carrots two onions and a half cupful
of uncooked rice with n pint of water.
Simmer one or two hours.
Indian Delight Conk n half pound
of spaghetti In boiling salted water.
Chop one small onion one clove of
garlic n green pepper fine and fry In
half n cupful of ollo oil until the
onions nre golden then ndd a cupful
of condensed tomato one nnd n half
teaspnonfuts of salt cayenne and pap-
rika to taste n half tciispooiifiil of
Worcestershire sauce. When thorough-
ly heated stir In n hnlf cupful of
cK-ese. When melted ndd the spaghetti
nnu1 n half n can of corn nnd lastly a
ha!i! pound of hnmhurg steak soft-
ened with cold wnter to prevent Its
cooking In lumps. Stir over the lire
for five minutes nnd turn Into n baking
rilsh. Sprinkle with grated cheese and
bake 20 minutes.
California Pudding. Take n cupful
each of inw potato ground n carrot
and apple nlso ground a cupful of
brown sugar n cupful of raisins a cup-
ful and ii quarter of Hour n teaspoon-
ful of cinnamon n half tcaspoonful of
cloves nnd n teasponnful of sodn stirred
Into the potato. Cream n half cupful
of shortening with tho sugnr dredge
tho rnlsins with n llttlo Hour. Mix
and steam three hours. Serve hot
with hard or liquid sauce.
Think thnt Washington Is slow
Wnnt to get "em on tho goT
Want to shovoT '
Wnnt to help for woo or weal?
Put your shoulder to tho wheel
Nut the hub.
SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS.
A thick cut of round steak makes n
most appetizing dish cooked In n ens-
serole. Wine the stonk
and broil It for two min-
utes on ench side to sear
tho meat and hold In its
Juice. Transfer It to n
stono-covered dish ndd
ono pint of Spanish
sauce one cupful of
small onions which have
been lightly browned In
hot fat and four tnblc-
fmnnnfiils of nnv rnntwwl
fruit Juice or a little grape Jelly. Cover
and cook In a moderate oven for nn
hour nnd n quarter. Add one cupful
of potato balls which have also been
browned and scud to tho table In the
Spanish Sauce. Cook together for
ten minutes two tablespoonfuls of
sweet fat two of chopped onion two of
chopped carrot nnd ono tiiblespoorifiri
of chopped colery. Add two tnlile-
spoonfuls of flour nnd cook until n rich
brown; ndd one pint of rich clear
stock nnd stir nntll thick nnd smooth.
Add one tnblcspoonfui of chopped hnm
one bay leaf two cloves u sprig of
pnrsley n blnde of mace and salt and
pepper to season. Simmer very slow-
ly for two hours; add one tablespoon-
ful of gelntfn soaked In n quarter of n
cupful of soup stock until soft; sim-
mer' for IS minutes longer skim nnd
Combination Rarebit Tako three-
fourths of a cupful of grated cheese
hnlf a pound of spaghetti cooked until
tender ono cupful of minced cooked
hnm two tablespoonfuls each of sweet
fnt nnd flour n cupful of milk three-
fourths of a tcaspoonful of snlt and
one-eighth of a tenspoonful of pepper
n half cupful of dry crumbs mixed with
two tnblespoonfuls of hnm fat. Butter
n casserole. Melt the fat nnd ndd the
flour nnd seasonings then the milk nnd
cheese allow lug the cheese to melt.
Put a layer of spaghetti in tho cas-
serole sprlnklo with hnm udd some
sauce continuing until all is used hav-
ing tho crumbs on top. Bake 15 min-
utes In a hot oven. Tho proportions of
hnm spaghetti nnd cheeso mny bo
voried to suit tho amount of leftovers.
Cauliflower oup. Select one good
hend of cauliflower. Wash and pick
It apnrt drop into a kettle of boiling
wnter ndd a tcaspoonful of snlt ufter
a fow minutes nnd cool? thirty min-
utes. Drain and ndd to tho water ono
pint of milk a tcaspoonful of scraped
onion and it bay lent .Mix together
two tablespoonfuls each of (lour and
butter nnd when well cooked ndd to
tins milk cook live minutes add the
ciiullllowvr and serve.
Just doing right-nut striving to be
Or wlso or rich or seeking noblo fate:
Just being good nnd generous and
Just trying how humanity to save
Aht that's tho wny to llvul
GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE.
Try this good and Inexpensive cake.
As wo nro conserving on sugar It
seems to be the good
custom to go without
frosting mi our cakes:
Boat to n cream live ta-
blespoonfuls of sweet fnt
uf any kind ndd n cupful
of sugar and an unbeat-
en egg yolk. Mix well
one and two-thirds cui-
fills of Hour with two
teasponiifuls uf baking
powder u dash of salt; add this mix-
ture to the sugar and egg mixture al-
ternately with n half-cupful of cold
water beating very thoroughly then
fold In the egg wht'tu nnd bake -15 min-
utes lu ii moderate oven. If tills enko
Is well-beaten nnd carefully made It
will have a lino texture.
(linger bread; hot nnd fresh with
cottage cheese and apple sauco makes
n most satisfying dessert.
Marshmallow Rice Pudding. Toko
cold boiled rice and ndd sugar spices
or flavoring with n beaten egg and
milk for nn ordinary rlco pudding.
Then place on top a dozen miirslimnl-
lows which have been sonked In milk
for three hours and bake until u light
Apple Omelet. Mix n tnblcspoonfui
of Hour Into n smooth pnsto with one-
third of n cupful of milk; ndd n quar-
ter of a tenspoonful of salt n tea-
spoonful of sugar nnd n tnblespoonfiil
of sweet fnt melted with four well-
benten eggs. Pare core mid chop
four large apples melt n tnblespoonfiil
of fat lu a frying pan and when very
hot turn In the apples stir nnd cook
until slightly soft. Pour over tho flour
egg and milk mixture and shako well
lifting the edges to prevent scorching
and to cook evenly. When the eggs nro
set dust with sugar and roll out on a
hot plnttcr. Set In the oven on the
grate or under the gas flamo to brown
Pimento and Cheese Entre. Tnks
six canned red peppers snlt the In-
sides after draining; All with n cupful
of sharp cheese grated ; set on rounds
of toast pour the pimento liquor
around thu toast In n pan nnd biiko
Just long enough to melt tho cheese.
To save meat wo must use more
poultry rabbits ami especially flsh nnd
sea foods perlshuhlo meats like kid-
nes liver nnd sweetbreads In place
of beef mutton nnd pork.
With eggs ns high In price ns they
nre It seems expedient to plnn our
much reference to
them. They nro
so nourishing that
when possible es-
pecially when one
lias children they
should be used In
various ways oc
casionally to add
variety to the diot and furnish tho
growth determinant which Is found In
egg yolk nnd so necessary for bodily
Southern Rice Bread. Put two cOp-
fuls of boiled rico lu n bowl ndd two
cupfuls of milk nnd the yolks of four
well beaten eggs. Sift In gradually
one cupful of Hour add a half tea-
spoonful of salt two tnblespoonfula
of melted shortening nnd tho white
of the eggs beaten to n stiff froth.
Turn Into u shallow well greased pan
and buku 45 minutes In a moderate
oven. A half cupful of rlco may be
added to almost any mullln gem or
griddle enko butter.
Almond Milk Soup. Tako a half a
pound of rice wash well and put Into
a double boiler with n quart of milk
add one-hnlf tcaspoonful of salt and let
It cook slowly until every grain Is ten-
der nnd swelled to double Its original
size. While the rlco Is cooking shell and
blanch n halt pound of almonds chop
them very line or grind in a meat
chopper then pound In n mortar add
n few drops of milk nt a tlmo (using
three or four tnblespoonfuls It will
make tho nuts less oily). When the
pnsto Is smooth add It 'to three
pints of milk and simmer for thirty
minutes. When tho rice Is done turn
It out carefully Into tho soup tureen
then pour over It tho almonds nnd
No Woman Auctioneer.
Although there is no record that a
woman has ever been nn auctioneer
It Is on record that In Mny 1012 the
mnyor of New York Mr. Gnynor. nn-
swered nn Inquiry addressed to him
by a woman by saying that thero was
nothing in tho Inw to prevent n wom-
an from becoming an auctioneer
Strango enough It waa milliner who
made the Inquiry.
COVETED BY ALL
but possessed by few n beautiful
head of hair. If yours Is streaked with
gray or Is harsh nnd stiff you can re-
store It to Its former beauty nnd lus-
ter by using "Lit Creole" Ualr Dress-
ing. Price $1.00. Adv.
"Miss Plugs Is very sensitive about
her large feet."
"That accounts for It."
"Accounts for what?"
"Why she got so angry when I asked
her If Santn Clans had put an auto-
mobllo In her stocking."
Soothe Itching Scalps.
On retiring gently rub spots of dan-
druff nnd Itching with Cutlcurn Oint-
ment Next morning shampoo with
Cutlcurn Soap and hot wnter. For frco
samples address "Cutlcurn Dept X
Boston." At druggists nnd by mall.
Soap 25 Ointment 25 nnd CO. Adv.
To Clean Furniture.
If Instead of spirits of camphor
camphorated nil be used In cleaning
furniture it will not only remove tho
white stains but restore the polish ns
To keep clean and healthy tako Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regu-
lato liver bowels and stomach. Adv.
Brotherhood of Man.
The Ideal brotherhood mail must
have u clear aim before him and hav-
ing this clear aim lie must Interpret It
AIDS WEAK KIDNEYS
The symptoms of kidney nnd bladder
troubles aro often very distressing and
leave the system in a run-down condition.
Tho kidneys seem to suffer most as al-
most every victim complains of Inmo back
and urinary troubles which should not lie
neglected ns tlieso danger signals often
lead to more dangerous kidney troubles.
Dr. Kilmer's Swnmti-lloot which M
many people say soon heals nnd strength-
ens the kidneys ij n splendid kidney
liver nnd bladder medicine nnd being
nn herbal compound has a gentle heal-
ing effect on the kidneys which is al-
most immediately noticed in most cases
by those who uo iti
A trial will convince anyone who may
be in need of it. Better set a bottle from
your nearest drug store and start treat
ment at once.
However if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co. llinghamton N. Y. for a
tamplo bottle. When writing be sure and
mention tlds pnper. Adv.
"Does Doctor Sklllem still think nil
appendicitis cases demand Immediate
"I believe ho has cut nil that out"
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY
Is her hair. If yours Is streaked with
ugly grizzly grny hnlrs use "La Cre-
olo" llnlr Dressing nnd chnngo It In
tho natural way. Prlco 51.00. Adv.
"A lyric was ii poem Intended for
use by a lyre."
"Just HUu n modern Hsh story? ' I
Keeplns the Ousllty Up
LAXATIV1I liUOJIU OU1N1N H tha W orld-Pamons
Cur for Culda ana (Jnp. U now Mm w-r box. on
account of lrjo adranctt In tb prlco of tba klx dlf.
u .'MiviHivuui-ruirHiu niiracitaua IjIm-
A liberal doso of printer's Ink hns
kept many n man from making n fool
of himself a second time.
Professors of physical culture lack
the nervo required to recommend tiio
woodsaw and the washboard.
A FIGHT FOR LIFE '
It has been fight or die for many of us
In the past and the lucky people are
those who have suffered but who are now
well because they heeded nature's warn-
ing signal In time to correct their trou-
ble with that wonderful now discovery
of Dr. Pierce's called "An-u-rlc." You
should promptly heed these warnings
some of which aro dizzy spells backache
Irrecularlty of the urlno or tho painful
twinges of rhoumatlsm sciatica or lum-
boBo. To delay may mnke possible the
dangerous forms of kidney disease such
as stone In the bladder.
To overcome these distressing condi-
tions take plenty of exercise In the open
nlr avoid a heavy meat diet drink freely
of wnter nnd at ench meal take Dr.
Pierce's Anurlc Tablets (double strength).
Vou will In a short time nnd thnt you
nre one of the nrm Indorse of Anurlc
ns nre thousands of neighbors.
Step Into the drug store nnd ask for
a COc bottle of Anurlc or send Dr. V. M.
Pierce Uuffnlo. N. Y lOo for trial pkg.
Anurlc many times more potent than
llthtn eliminates urla add as hot wuter
No Fun for Him.
Tho after-dinner orator never en-
Joys tho menu ns well as tho fellow
who starts the applause.
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
Why uso ordinary cough remedies
when lloscheo's German Syrup has
been used so successfully for flfty-ono
yenrs In all parts of the United
Stntes for coughs bronchitis colds
settled In tho throat especially lung
troubles. It gives thb patient n gocd
night's rest freo from coughing with
easy expectoration In tho mornlni;
gives nnturo a chnnco to sootho tho
Inflnmcd parts throw oft tho disease
helping tho pntlcnt to regain his
health. Sold In all civilized countries.
80 and 00 cent bottles. Adv.
Look ut n picture In the best possible
light nnd bo as courteous to your fel-
low men as you nro to n picture.
Wtien Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
go Bmantnc J"t Kys Comfort. W cents a
OrsffUU or mall. Writ for free Bra Hook.
What Lydia E. Pinldiam'c
Vegetable Compound Did
For Ohio Woman.
Portsmouth Ohio." I suffered from
Irregularities pains in my side and waa
so wean at umeo x.
could hardly get
around to do my
work and as I had
four In my family
and three boardcra
it made it very hard
for me. Lyuia E.
to mo. I took it
nnd it has restored
my health. It la
certainly tho best
mcdiclno for woman's niimenta I aver
saw." Mrs. SARA SllAW K. No 1
Mrs. Shaw proved tho merit of this
mcdiclno and wroto this letter in onler
that other Buffering women may find
relief as sho did.
Women who nre suffering ns she wa
should not drag along from day to day
without giving this famous root and
lierb remedy Lydia E. Plnkham'aVego--tnblo
Compound a trial. For special
advico In regard to such niimenta write
to Lydin M Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynn
Mass. Tho result of its forty yean
experience la at your service
"Talking of the gulllhlo public. 1
know n business which Is n rcgulai
"What Is thnt?"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle ol
OASTOICIA that famous old remedy
for Infants and children and seo thnt II
In Uso for Over 0 ears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's CaatorU
"I was In u train thu other day
when n spark from u cigar fell on a
lady's dress nnd set her on lire."
"How wiih sho an veil?"
"Sho happened to bo In the smok-
ing car mid so the conductor put hci
IMITATION IS 8INCF.REST FLATTERY
but like counterfeit money tho Imita-
tion has not the worth of the orlglnat
Insist on "La Creole" llnlr' Dressing-
It's the original. Darkens your hair la
tho natural way but contains no dye
Prlco 51.00. Adv.
Some men nre kept so busy mnln
tnlnlng.thelr dignity thnt they haven't
tlmo to enrn n decent living.
True patriots work for this country's
future Instend of boasting about Its'
Oklahoma City. "This Is to certify
mur. i nnvu useu
Dr. Pierce's Fa-
tion. It has dono
mo lots of good
nnd I enn freely
recommend it to
any woman suf-
fering. I think It
Is n great medf
cine." Silts. J.
A. CLINK ltonta
0 Uox 23.
Oklnhnmn fMrv-"I u-no in l..i .1.
v.. s ...it. ii DA
mouths hud live doctors and nil failed.
I'inally n friend told mo to try Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medlcul Discovery.
Tho first doso helped mo nnd In two
weeks I was utile to go down town.
I recommend tho Discovery ns being
n grent medicine." MUS. O. W.
imYCB d27 W. Noble.
All (lrUL'uists. I.lnnlil nr iniilnta Tha
tablets sell for 00c Adv.
Quickly healing and sooth
ing the pains of Neuralgia
Headache Rheumatism Cuts
Bums Sprains and Bruises.
35c and 70c bottles at your
Jk toilet rprtIou of merit.
Ilalpa to rlloU dftndrutta
For RNtoriiMr CoW
W. N. U. WICHITA NO. 2-191 J
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