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THE SEMIAVEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
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MOW HF TOUJ
OKTT IFEEL EE1T
Says glass of hot water with
phosphato beforo breakfast
washes out poisons.
If you wako up wltli a bad taoto, bad
breath and tonguo Is coatod; if your
head is dull or achlnc; if what you oat
sours and forms gas and acid in stom
ach, or you aro bilious, constipated,
nervous, sallow and can't got fooling
Just right, begin drinking phosphatod
hot wator. Drink beforo breakfast, a
gloss of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of llmoetono phosphato in it
This wlU flush the poisons and toxins
:f J, from stomach, llvor, kldnoys and bow
' ' els and cloanso, sweettn and purify
the entire alimentary tract Do your
insldo bathing immediately upbn aris
ing In tho morning to wash out of tho
system all tho previous day's poison
ous waste, gases and sour bllo boforo
putting moro food into tho stomach.
To feel like young folks fool; llko
you felt boforo your blood, nerves and
muscles becamo loaded with bod Im
purities, got from your druggist or
storekeeper a quarter pound of lima
stone phosphato which is inexpensive
and almost tasteless, except for a
sourish tlngo which is not unpleasant.
Just as soap and hot wator act on
tho skin, cleansing, swcotenlng and
freshening, so hot water and lime
stone phosphato act on tho Btomach,
liver, kldnoys and bowels. Men and
women who aro usually constipated,
bilious, headachy or havo any stomach
disorder should begin this insldo bath
ing boforo . broakfost. Thoy aro as
sured thoy will bocomo real cranks on
the subject shortly. Adv.
HADN'T REALIZED HIS LOSS
Small Boy's Idea Wan That Only Com
paratively Unimportant Member
of Family Had Been Killed.
Ho was a very small boy. Paddy
was his dog, and Paddy was nearor
to his heart than anything on earth.
When Paddy met swift and hideous
death on tho turnpike road his moth
er trembled to br.eak tho nows. But
It had to be, and when ho came homo
from school she. told him simply:
"Paddy has been run over and
Ho took It very quietly; finished
tils dinner with appetite and spirits
unimpaired. All day it was tho Bame.
But five minutes after ho had gono
up to bed thoro echoed through tho
house a shrill and sudden lamenta
tion. His mother rushed upstairs
with 8olIcltudo and sympathy.
"Nurse says," he sobbed, "that Pad
dy has been run over and killed."
"But, dear, I told you that at din
ner, and you didn't seem to trouble
"No; but but I didn't know you
Raid Paddy. I I thought you said
Not Altogether a Success.
"Yes," tho young medico sighod,
"tho healing profession Is full of dif
ficulties. The other "day, for instance,
I had a patient who ought to have
gono to a warmer cllmato. Couldn't
afford it. I decided to try hypnotism.
I painted a largo sun on tho colling
and by suggestion induced him to
think it was tho sun."
"And how did it work?" inquired
Tlo doctor passed a hand wearily
over his brow.
"He's down with sunstroke," ho
Black eyes aro most beautiful when
given by nature.
Teach Things of Value.
Whero one has never made the ex
periment of leaving off coffee and
drinking Postum, It is still easy to
learn something about it by reading
tho experiences of others.
Drinking Postum is a pleasant way
out of coffee troubles. A Ponu. man
"My wifo was a victim of nervous
ness, weak stomach and loss of ap
petite for years; and although we re
sorted to numerous methods for re
lief, one of which was a chango from
coffee to tea, It was all to no purpose.
'"Wo knew coffee was causlngtho
trouble but could not find anything to
tako its place until wo tried Postum.
Within two weeks after she quit coffeo
and began using Postum almost all of
her troubles had disappeared aB if by
magic. It was truly wonderful. Her
nervousness was gono, stomach trou
ble relieved, appctlto improved and,
above all, a night's rest was completo
"This sounds llko an exaggeration,
as it all happened so quickly. Each
day there was improvement, for tho
Postum was undoubtedly strengthen
ing her. Every partlclo of this good
work Is duo to drinking Postum in
place of coffeo." Name given by Pos
tum Co., Dattlo Crook, Mich.
Postum comes in two forms:
Postum Cereal tho original form
must bo well boiled. lGc and 25c pkgs.
Instant Postum a soluble powder
dissolves quickly in a cup of hot wa
tor, and, with cream and sugar, makes
a delicious boverage Instantly. 30o
and GOc tins.
Both forms are equally delicious
and cost about, tho same por cup.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
sold by Grocera
In Woman's Realm
Fine Cotton Fabrics and Linen Lawns Most in Favor for Under
Garments Little Really New in the Designs Shown This
Season Pretty Coat for Little Girl That the Home
Dressmaker Should B3 Able to Fashion.
There is nothing startllngly now In
mo designs displayed in now lingerie
Pilot laco is a moro important feature
than it has over been, used as yokos
for nightgowns and other garments.
Entlro corsot covers nro mado of it.
Zluny and hand crochet or tatting edg
ings aro used with it, and often addi
tional ornament In hand ombroldcry,
which may extend from tho fabric to
ho laco, appears on the most olaborato
A nightdress and an envelope
ehomlso aro shown in the picture, in
vhich hand embroidery Is applied to
.Ino nainsook. The nightdress Is a
"slipover" model, with short sleeves
:ut in one with tho body of tho gown.
It hangs straight and lo finished with
buttonhole-stitched scallops at tho
bottom. The neck and sleeves aro
sdged In tho samo way. A. floral fes
toon is embroidered about the top of
tho gown, and sprays of blossoms on
tho Bleoves. It is a .pretty fashion lo
mhrolder the initial or monogram on
tho top of one sleeve.
Tho envelope chemise Is ombroid-
ared across tho front with a bow-
knot and flower pattern. Tho edges
iro finished with shallow scallops,
with a fine val edging set undor them.
About tho neck a narrow beading tnkes
aaro of the baby ribbon which is
threaded through it to adjust the gar
ment. Tho waist Is held in place by a wider
ribbon run through dashes In tho naln
Book. They aro finished with button
hole stitching. Tho bottom of the
chemlso is finished llko tho sleeves.
Tho littlo girl of five, or six, or tv
on or so, looks woll in almost an.1
stylo of coat, and needs at least one
that is livable for iter dally wear. Horo
Is ono mado of plain serge, piped with
a striped fabric, that will serve for
her Journoylngs to and from tho kin
dergarten or Bchool and for her piny
time and any other time during tho
cool days of spring. -
The model shown In tho plcturo is
about b.1 simply put together as it is
possiblo fur a coat to bo. It is cut on
familiar Hues and presents no diffi
culties to tho homo drossmakor, bo
causo sho may Bccuro a pattern very
llko it from any standard pattern com
pany. It hangs almost straight from
tho Bhouldors, and therefore thoro Is
littlo in tho way of fitting to do. it
is to bo lined with messallno or other
thin silk, and may bo Interlined with
a light muslin.
In making coats at homo it is a
good plan to cut tho Interlining first
and, if alterations aro found neces
sary, make them when tho interlining
has been basted up and tried on tho
figure. When tho Interlining lias
been made to set as it should, tho ma
terial for tho coat and tho lining is
to bo cut according to tho Intorllning,
which will servo as a pattern. Somo
timc3 tho collar 1b a littlo difficult
to adjust, and sometimes setting tho
sleoves in properly gives tho home.
dressmaker somo uneasiness.
Tho coat pictured has a wldo bolt
of serge terminating at each sldo,
where It jqlns a plaited gtrdlo of silk
that extends across tho front. Thla
is fastened to tho belt with a button
at both sides and may bo left off en-
tlrely. Tho belt Is stitched to tho
coat nlong Its upper sldo. ' Tho silk
girdle is meroly an Item of decoration
nnd, if it is omitted, a fourth button
Is to bo added to tho throo large, flat
bono buttons at tho front.
Life Is worth wlillo.' Its work Is not
tireless, Uh Joys nro not nupornolnl,
Ita dlsclpllno Is not unnecessary. When
disappointments ciuc, faco them
Wondrous Is tho strength of choor
fulneBs, MEALS FOR SMALL FAMILY.
When buying chicken, onvo tho
wing tips, neck nud giblets for Boup.
Save tho whlto meat for
creamed chicken or for
pudding and ono may
havo soveral meals from
Chicken Pudding or
Souffle. Chop tho un
cooked whlto meat of tho
chicken, then rub It flno.
Put half a cupful of dry
bread crumbs with a cup
ful of milk ovor tho flro to soften, add
Iho chicken, Bnlt, poppor and tho yolks
3f three eggs, beaten. Mix well, then
fold In tho well-henten whites and put
Into a buttered baking dish. Bako in
i modorato oven twenty minutes or
until It Ib firm. Servo nt onco or it
It Is much bettor to ontortnln two
or throo gucstB on dlfforont days than
to give a largo affair which upsots tho
routine of tho home. On tho day or
tho day beforo cntortninlng for an ovo
nlng company ono might, havo turkoy,
then tho cold sllco meat may bo UBcd
In various ways or served In Ennd-
wiches for tho evening.
A pineapple or Edam cheese hoops
well and Is perhaps a moro economical
cheese to buy unless choeso Is bought
In very small qunntltlcs.
Leftover fish may bo sorved In a
cream snuco or in a salad, making
vory good dishes so that ono may buy
a fish, boll or bako it and not foci that
It Ib too expensive for the small fam
ily. Tho following is a good dinner menu
Tor tho small fumily: Tomuto boup.
broiled sllco of fish with lemon buttor.
potato balls, sliced cucumbors with
French dressing, applo pie, cheese and
Mutton Boudlns. Tako a pint of
finely chopped mutton provlously
cooked. Cook togothor for two mln
utos two tablospoonfuls of soft crumbs
and half a cupful of stock or wator;
add a tahlcspoonful of buttor and tho
meat nicely seasoned with salt, pepper
and onion Juice and two well beaten
eggs. Fill Into greased custard cups.
Sot in a pan of boiling water and bako
until firm. Turn out and garnish each
boudln with parsley.
Lack of occupation Is not rest,
A mind quite Idle Is a mind distressed.
Ono doesn't learn much wlillo talking,
which may explain wliy somo people
know so little.
Cabbage Is one of our wholosomo
vegetables and If properly cooked, Is
usually easily digested.
Uncooked cabbage Is
moro easily digested
than cooked; but If tho
vegetnblo Jb cooked In an
open kottlo allowing tho
odors to1 pass off with
tho steam, It is found
to bo more easily di
Cabbage With Pork. This' la u
homely, old-fashioned dish, but very
appetizing. Plnco half a pound of
salt pork In a kcttlo of boiling water
and cook gently for throo hours. I'laco
tho cabbago In tho kettle with the
boiling pork nnd cook until the cab
bage Is tender. Servo with vinegar.
Smoked hnm or bacon may bo usod
Instead of tho pork, If liked.
Celerlac. This Is 11 delicious vego
..n bio prized by our Oornmn friends,
and ono that should bo more often
grown. Tho roots, not the stalks, uro
used. They aro about tho size of a
turnip. Pare the colorlne, cut In thin
alleea and let stand In cold water.
Prnln from thin water nnd drop Into
boiling water and cool; until tender.
Drain nnd rinso in cold water, then
reheat In a rich whlto suuee and
iprvo. Celorinc nuikcs a nice cream
soup, or simply conked and seasoned
tvlth buttor, salt and popper and used
is ti vegetable with chicken It Is most
Forco mashed and seasoned potato
.hrough a ricor Into a buttered bak
ing dish, place in tho oven to brown.
Gypsy Stew. Cook togothor small
:arrota, now onions, green puna und
potatoes until tender, then ndd two
jllcos of diced salt pork, fried brown,
,o tho drained vegetables, and senson
.veil with suit, poppor and good rich
.ullk, heated to tho boiling point.
Tho word ndmlral In derived 'rom
tho Arabic, emlr-al-bahr, meaning
"lord of tho ecu."
Fifty thousand tons of n nntlvo
grass Is used in India each year for
manufacture into paper.
Tho chocks which pass through tho
clearing houso In Loudon and Now
York in ono month, in uonnnl times,
aro said to oxcoed tho value of all
tho existing gold and silver coin in
It Is not enough that women should
bo liomn-mnkcrs: but they must mnko
tho world Itaoif a tarter home. Vran
Thoro Is no defeat,' all for re
treat can bo blown froM tta Uncle f
rlilht. Lillian Stolon.
FOODS WHICH GO TOGETHER.
Bosldo tho hygienic, there Is tho
esthetic sldo of vegetable and moat
havo littlo flavor nnd
aro bettor homo by tho
pnlato than many other
vegetables. In conso
quenee In ninny homen
thoy nro served dally
nnd oftunor. In our food
o o ro h I n a 1 1 o n n it wo
plcaso tho eye wo will plcaso tho
palato and thus tho stomach is also
Thero nro cortatn foods which scorn
mado to go togothor. For example
mutton with rlco, and lamb with peas.
Group with thc80 somo pleasing com
bination of green vegetables nnd tho
main part of tho menu is thought out.
For a ronst beef main dish, manhed
or baked potatoos, spinach, cauliflow
er, cooked cabbago, brusseln sprouts
or string beans nro good combinations.
With boiled beet wo llko turnips or
carrots and plain boiled potatoes, with
a lottuco with French dressing or a
cold slaw, celery or Bllccd tomatoes.
With boiled mutton, caper sauco
nnd rlco with stowed turnips, or aspar
agus or green penc.
Breaded chops with tomato sauco
and peas. Lamb, mint sauco, rlco nnd
peas, or a dish of young carrots.
Roast turkoy, potato croquettes,
boiled onions nnd a green salad. Cran
HnasL pork, apple sauce, stowed on
ions nnd n lettuce salad.
Roast duck stuff with colory and
sorvo.orango snlnd with French dress
ing. (Jocso stuff with potnto flavored
with onion; servo applo sauco and
The gooso may also bo stuffed with
npple and prunes and tho salad bo of
Vonlson sorvo a splcod grapo Jolly,
mashed potatoes nnd lottuco nnd to
Broiled chicken, cream sauce, waf
fles. With flsh potatoes aro always
Tho mintage of wisdom Is to know
that rest Is rust, nnd that roal life 1st
lovo, lauchtor and work.
It Is hotter to know less than to know
much tliut ain't so. Josh Billings.
FOOD FOR PRIME OF LIFE.
Naturo's plans cannot bo thwnrted,
"as a man sows, shall ho also reap."
At fifty. If men nnd wom
en hnve lived correctly,
physical and mcntnl
powers, should bo nt
their best, and thoir
yiiuiiuiur in living uiuu
dccldos whether thosa
powoi-B continuo to a
rlpo old ugo. Tho foun
tain of eternal youth
springs from tho river of
enthusiasm, nud ho is novor old who
keopa in touch with tho moving
things of life. Physicul and mental
nourishment cannot bo soparatcd and
it Is yet ono of tho uiinccountnhlo
thlnga that wo will not rccognlzo It.
A perfect old ago haa its foundation
laid In youth. Ono cannot defy all
tho laws of God and mnn for twenty
years and expect to enjoy old ago.
Someone ha3 said that four-fifths of
tho diseases which embitter llfo aro
caused from Impropor food or avoid
able) errorB In diet. Tho child In tho
building of his structure needs ap
propriate food. After tho building
procesH Is completo he needs only
that food which rcpaii'H tlssuo and
gives heat and energy.
HuslncsH men nro ns unwise In tholr
noonday lunches ns uro their wives
i i i m ... it. .i .i
whom they criticize becaiiBo theirs
coiiHlst of a chocolate eclair and a
cup of cocoa. Ono is us absurd as
tho other. Tho man who bolts hearty
food, hurrying through tho menl back
to brain work usunlly has no tltno for
A wholosomo meal for a brain
worker, who takoB tlmo to mnstlcato
It, Is u small ploco of rod meat, caro
fully cooked, a baked potato, a Hllccd
tomato, somo boiled rlco or a baked
apple with cream, cup custard or
Bpongo cako with Htowed prunes,
wholo-wboat broad, with plenty of
butter, and a modorato uao of coiTco.
Henry Heft, a farmer, living near
Marietta, Pa., for many years, haa kept
tally on tho number of tramps ho has
fed and lodged. During tho last year
he entertained 505 of them. Ho has
a soparato room in his barn in which
ho lodges them.
Good papor, it is said, can bo pro
duced from refuso hops thnt havo hlth
erto boon thrown away in broworios
It is surprising to loarn that chnri
ots worked on tho principle of the
taxlmetor were usod in China in th
AFTER SIX YEAR
Woman Mado Well by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Columlu9,Ohio. "I had almost given
tip. I had been sick for six years with
mra lemnlo troubles nnd
NI B nervousness. I had
a pain in my right
eido and could not
eat anything with
out hurting my
stomach. I could
aatdrink cold water
at all nor cat any
kind of raw fruit,
aor fresh meat nor
ehleken. From 178
pranda I went to
118 and would got weak at times that
I fell ovsr. I began t tako Lydia E.
FInkham'fl Vegetable Compound, and
ten days later I could eat and It did not
hurt my stomach. I havo taken tho
rncdlclno over since nci I feci liko a
now woman. I now weigh 127 pounds
so you can see what it has dono for mo
already. My husband says ho knowa
your mcdiclno has saved my llfo."
Mrs. J. S. Baiilow, 1C24 South 4th St,
Lydia E. Pinlthnm's Vegetable Com
pound contains just tho virtues of roots
nnd herbs needed to restore health and
otrenirth to tho weakened organs of tho
body. Thnt is why Mrs. Barlow, a
chronic invnIid,recovered so completely.
It pays for woman suffering from any
fcmnlo ailments to insist upon having
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound. Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when tho liver is
right the stomach and bowels are right
pel a lazy liver to-i
do its duty.
nnd Distress After Elating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
He Must Be InTown.
Mary, tho doctor's littlo four-year-
old daughter, was playing outsldo tho
ofllco. A gentleman calling to sco tho
doctor Inquired, "Mnry, haa your papa
gone to tho country?"
Whereupon littlo Mnry promptly ro-
pllcd, "I gucsB ho must bo somowhoro
in town, becauso all his country pa
tients are dead." Clovoland Loador.
Out of Danger.
'Wo havo such good nows from the
front! Donr ChnrloB is safely wound
or nt last." Vogue.
Kill the Files Now and Prevent
iIIsomo. a fiAISY FLY KILLEKwlll do it.
Kills thoUEnnds. Lasts nil suasod. Alldealnn
or six scat express paid for (1. II. 80MEI13,
lou ua ivaiu avv, urooKiyn, n. x. aut.
Tho world would have moro to wor
ry about if each, man could mako his
A bnd back makes n day's work trrico
as hard, llackacho usunlly comes from
weak kidncj'R, and if headaches, dizzi
ness or urinary disorders nro added,
don't wnit get help before dropsy,
gravel or Bright's disease set in, Do&n's
Kidney Pills havo brought new life nnd
now strength to thousunds of working
men nnd women. Used and recommend
ed the wprld over.
An Iowa Case
C. D. Hayes, 122 N.
Second St., Albla,
Iowa, says: "My life
was a bunion with
Uhlnoy complaint and
I suiTcred from nliarp
pains, along with a
dull ache. I got littlo
benont from any
thing T toolc until I
used Donn'a Kidney
Pills. Flvo boxoa rid
mo of tho trouble
and I haven't suf
fered much since."
Cot Doin't nt Any Store, 50c a Dos
P03TER.fcUXBURN CO- BUFFALO, N. Y.
I Every Woman "Wants
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for douches stops
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Pinkham Med. Co, for tun years.
A healing wonder for natal catarrh,
sore throat and sore ryes. Economical.
Hit cslrtoriliDBry detnitna tod grnnldJil pnwrf,
Snnmle Freo. 50c. ell dmicuti. cr uutmkl br
m3. Th JtliTcilft Ccoimpt. Bortog, Miu. J
A toilet prPrtloa ot merit
Illp to eradicate rfiadras,
ForRelorln Color and
500. and II.M at DrtirrUt.
G ALLSTON ES
Arnld otMtratlticf. lMilllf e reiurdr-
(.VuOin-llenUU lam. Writ for our
llooK ufTrnlbriJ KaeuTu-lWr
QU,nK.tutk Co.JDett.C-U JIS.DiW SuCUoss
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