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I and guaranteed to give a "lovely form."
It la nnother case of chercnez ia
femme. A woman Is at the bottom
Not content with tho revamping of
fcmlnlno llgure".. sagging manly outlines
appealed to her sympathies, and In a
momont of enthusiasm sho vowed that
man should part with the recognised
trade mark of the epicure and acquire
a "back." A "young bark" Is tho
thing. Kvon man himself yielded to
this argument. Hut ncbody said a
word about "straight-fronts." Thoy
were far too wise for that. Tho corset.
Imwnvor. ns evolved, tills tho bill. The
Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
traced 10 me Kidneys,
but now modern
science proves that
nearly all diseases
have their beginning
in the disorder of
VJiche most important
The kidneys filter
ami purify the blood
tliat is liieir woru
IlC CX- 1 llUrUIUri:, WIIUM J"lli iiui;hiuw .K...r.
or out of order, von can understand how
., , quickly yoitrciitiru body is affected nnd
r; . how every organ beeius to fail to do its
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young ;
when old, sometimes im
possible. Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consumn- siiapo
tion is when you begin trying ' i"iw .1"T'Z1T 'iSS'ISi uiii convince
... .. ', J ? and tho lino from neck to waist will i ,f :
to hide It from yourselt. 1(nf!tlln fiPVcrn nchcH. The lean man, 'takl- by nrrt
vomers sec it, you won i.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive vourself any longer.
Begin with the first thought who
to take Scott's Emulsion. If role
if icn't rnillu rnnmimntinn So "u"llil11" "l '"'""' '"" " nnd one-dollar sue
it isn t rcauy consumption so . Knrtpr w 1)t. rCBorte(. t0 nn(, the pul. ,)oUlcs Yml my
much the better; VOU Will SOOn , 0y process applied, In not yet known. Imvca cample bottle nomeotswimp-noot.
fnnrpt it and be better for the M H ,w' ncw '" harness to be able by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
. b. . u .. eiir to speak for himself on this subject, how to find out if you have kidney or
treatment. It It IS COnSUmp- A8 wonmn a(loptP,Uho mRlo 8tock and .bladder trouble. Mention this paper
tion VOU Can't expect to be Knrl(.r f0P her summer comfort.lt would S'S,
CUred at OIICC, but if yOU Will only Boom n matter of fair exchango. ,mt relliellli)(.r t,ll: unmC Swamp-Uoot,
hotr'm in time and Will be "uunm m ihh nuw-imiKieu , i)r- Kilmer's Swninji-Root, and tlie ad
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all you can, eat all youl
. t . t it j. l
can, tnats tnc treatment ana
that's the best treatment.
..i. ....,. Hi..ln lu ai liirlma In frnnr.
I 12 Inches nnd even more being the cx- There ore, whenurk 1 1. ;yBjrewenk
tent of different models.
I.lko those of the other gender
short about the waist and long below .,...
It, nnd It Is Intended for the stout man j if you are pick or " feel badly," begin
j to curb n "front" with an Impetuous inking the great kidney remedy, l)r.
i rtirve anil to keep his hips In elastic Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
'Hav windows." It Is said, will nsymir Kimieyauru vi:.i u.y .,'
ail ine outer organs iu uvuim. iv ma.
sick you can make no mis-
,t doctoring vonr kidneys.
without any curves, exuberant or other, 'I'lm mild and the extraordinary effect of
will II nil In tho corset the happy change ur. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
of contour ho desires. I kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
tti..i.n. - ..... i ., .D . 'stands the highest for its wonderful cures
Mil. 1111.-1 Ul 1IWI I1IHICM.1K.I1U1!,, i.l... !....,., ,.,1,
rn fnr fnllnn Intn llnal, thn iin- I "" lllOM iliicaiiiK -"-' "" "
. on its merits by all
measures aro necessary for ,,,, .,,,. fifl'n.
PRETTY THINGS TO WEAR.
SfH Notlnna In Drrai Thni Have Ilcpn
Introduced In thr Xoaatin'e
hygiene Its latest advocate should bo
given a demonstration of how to put
on his corset.
dress, Ilingliaiuton.N. V., on every bottle.
EARLY WOMEN PHYSICIANS.
We will send you
a little of the Emul
Hi lure that this picture to
the form ol Ubl b on In
wrapper el tvtrjr belli ol
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNB,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
joc.- and $v, all druggists.
Were Ileat)i by DlSacaltlea ai
ta Present Ttoaa,
"How little the medical women of to
day know of the annoyances and Irri
tations that women physicians were
subjected to In their first yeaa of prac
tice," says Dr. Townscnd, in her arUcle
on "New York's Medical Women and
Their Work," In Pearson'a, "of the
snubs of male physicians, who declined
to counsel with them, of tho refusal
of medical societies to admit them, even
MEN ARE NOW LACING
Fashionable. Find Stays Canduclft
to Proper Form.
Dainty MHU Aalra far Clacalaa
la ttea Portly Kroata of Mai-
callae Esthetes Ara tka
Man has fallen from hla high estate
Into a "straight front." It ia a silly
llttlo affair, with yardH j)f silk luces be
hind and steel hooks In front. It Is
composed of unimpeachable drilling and
warranted whale bones, nnd it Is tor all
the world like the cute little Olga Ncth
crsole models that set the corset wurld
atlanie a short time ago. Hut for all
lin. llL-htKiinio manner. It Is a corset
with a mission, and not autocratic. He
who compresses his Increasing rotund
ity Into its cllnglns confines doubts
that It thoroughly understands Its busi
ness, says the New York World.
He conceals It beneath a negligee
shirt and a bland smile, to say noth
ing of a belt that betrays a downward
tondency In front. You know It. Love
ly woman by Ub aid for the past year
and a half has dulled tho most expert
of the sterner Bex to estimate the ex
tent of her embonpoint by any number I
of Inches. Hut then there was the
pouch shirt waist and tho marvelously
gored skirt and all the other mislead
ing "effects" to dazzle the eye of tho
Hut with the man the elongated belt
Is quite another story. It 1b moro than
a Buplclnus clrcuniBtanro. It Is a dis
tinct announcement that his new-found
"chestlness" and the waggle of his
walk do not alone emanate from prop
er pride. Thoy havo a good and sufll
clent reason a reason that Is three
Inches tighter than the trousers band, j
"I at tatak w mold
tow without Thadford'a Black
prmufht. Wo hav um4 It la tk
rually forovtr two yoars wttk tha
boat of tatulU. I hro sot feat a
doctor tn tho hoaoo for that Ungtk
of ttmo. It U a doctor In iUtlf asA
always roady to make a person woll
and happy.'WAMES HALL. Ja4a
Because this great medicine
nlievei stomach pains. frees tho
constipated bowels ana invigor
ates tho torpid liver and weak
Is necessary in tho home when
Thcdford'a Black-Draught ia
kept. Families living in tho
country, miles from any physi
cian, havo been kept in nealth
forbears with this medicine as
their only doctor. Thcdford'a
Black-Draught cures bilious
ness, dyspepsia, cojds, chills and
fever, bad blood, headaches,
diarrhoea, constipation, colio
and almost every other ailment
because the stomach, bowels
liver and kidneys so nearly con
trol the health.
the reluctance of druggists to compound
their prescriptions. Frequently, their
signs would be torn from their office
doors. What they bore In the way of
luBiiIts can scarcely be estimated. Now,
nearly every college Is open to them for
the full und free pursuit of knowledge.
"It has taken only 44 years to accom
plish this result less than an ordinary
lifetime. Since that time Canada and
the United States have opened the doors
of 53 medical colleges to both sexes,
and eight for women alone now exist.
The average number of medical women
graduates each year is about 900, and
It Is estimated that there are nearly 6,000
women physicians practicing In this
"Fifty four years ago It required the
greatest influence toadmlt medical wom
en to visit the hosptlal wards; they were
treated rudely and subjected to Insult.
To-day hundreds of boapttala welcome
"Years ago, a medical woman had a
hard time to make enda meet with the
proceeds of her labor. At this period
each large city will show the names of
several who are earning 5,000. f 10,000,
Sio.wu ana 120,000 annually."
TISSUE LAMP SHADES.
The "multicolored Idea" extends even
to gloves this year. Kids come in all
tho cloth shades, with bindings and
stltchlngs of tho brightest colors.
Plush tops nnd velvet underbrlms will
be frequently seen In tho stylish winter
hats, says the New York Tribune.
I'erslnn Iamb trimming of lustrous
fiber Is one of the important accessories
of tho season. It comes In galloons of
various widths and appliques of differ
ent forms, which, however, are Inva
riably edged with a plain or novelty
fiber braid. These will be much used,
both In millinery and dress trimming,
as will also wool embroideries on chif
fon or taffeta In oriental or pompadour
colorings nnd cloth cut work In two
colors, outlined in black and white or
pongee colored silk cord. Garnitures
of wool embroidery In multicolors, with
fringe ornaments and dnngles, arc at
Cuffs arc tho center of Interest In tho
sleeve line this season. Otherwise there
Is no radical departure In outline or
architecture. The bnggy puff, which is
slightly diminished by menns of gores,
has been shifted somewhat more toward
the elbow, nut the cuff of the season,
those specimens especially which adorn
the more dressy costumes and coats,
seem to combine the Ideas and all the
different eras In the history of dress,
and arc Indeed glowing tributes to the
Ingenuity of tho sartorial artist.
There 1b no tendency toward strik
ing eccentricities in fall models, says
TollettoB. Thoy are graceful, Bmart and
novel, but the differences In cut are
slight and the chicncBs consists rather
In the shaping of adjuncts and dispo
sition of trimming. The eye Iuib grad
ually become accustomed to an in
creased length of shoulder and fullness
of skirt In tho fashionable silhouette,
and tho replacing of the pouched blouse
by fitted fronts has been too gradual
for the result to appear really start
Tvaahlna- kc Child to Obey.
A mother should be careful to make
only reasonable demands upon her
chtld'a obedience, but when once made,
to enforce them Implicitly. A thing
once refused should never be yielded to
teasing. When It Is possible the reason
for the refusal should be explained to
the child. One should be very careful
never to enter Into a contest over a point
that cannot be enforced. A child may
be made to do certain things, but no
power on earth can force him to do oth
ers, or to say words that he has made
up his mind not to say. The prudent
mother will enforce her authority and
teach obedience on the ground that she
Is. sure of being able to hold. Points that
she knows she cannot carry she will
avoid until the habit of obedience Is
formed and then there will be no discussion.
tat Drala-na Sane the Style aad Coloi
KMeatu of Bilk and Satlat (
There Is something entirely new for
'.ho woman who has tact in her fingers
and what average woman has not?
and delights In lamp and candle shades,
renurtH tho New York Times. They
Nrir 0ilfr Srallop.
Now that oysters are In ae&ln trv thin
method of making a scallop for Sunday
night tea. Instead of arranging the
bread crumbs, oysters and seasoning In i
alternate layers, prepare the requisite
amount of crumbs, which should be dry
and crisp, not fresh and soft, by sifting
salt, "pepper and celery salt thoroughly I
im nm.io nf Hbhh and crime naDor. and through them. Hour ojsters and liquor
no one need scoff, for they are uot the I on the crumb? nnd mix lightly with two .
UR n...'.i t:T.:'.Lm. iXsi-.i.v,l-nw,a. .,.. T,uv,..w.ii'f...v..,w..A.;.A..awj.Asll.WM
New Meat Market !
1 have purchased the stock, fixtures and good will
of the market formerly owned by E. R. Sherer, and
by honest treatment hope to retain all old patrons
secure many new ones. When in need of Fresh or
Salt Meats, Game, etc., give me a trial.
C. E. HARRINGTON.
Ms; o-,-i '.,-''.' ''' '' '. J si ''."1 '. ';. '
: - . w . ;z -:
City Dray and Express Line
B. UX. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAXS EXPRESS CO.
Residence 52. Office 119
old-time Itowor effects, which are
pretty, to be sure, but not as geucrally
Ubeful as might be. These newer shadeB
are made on tho lines of tho silk and
satin shades, have mually as good color
jffects, and do not entail the expenbe
of those made of more elaborate ma
terials. The lamp shades are made on the reg
ular lamp shade frames to be found In
different styles and sizes. There are the
dome shades, tho btll shades, and the
tlat-sidud Empire shades. They are
all made similarly, tho different st)les
of paper producing different effects.
The wires In the frames, which can bo
purchased with the supplies, are covered
with plain tissue pnper twisted over
them, or with tho colored, if dcfclred,
that any part that Is visible may havo a
finished nppearance. There aro many
fancy patterns In crepe paper, and tliepe
aro used at will. These Include the
llowered papers showing llowers of dif
ferent colors and shades, blue nnd
white papers, which give Delft tones,
nnd Persian papers, which work up ex
cellently Into shades for libraries, or
possibly for, dining-rooms. For candle
shades, as a" rule, tho more delicate col
ors are used.
The tissue paper In white Is first put
on the frame, and over this Is stretched
tho llowered crepe paper, and tho top
and bottom and ribs of the shades are
outlined with narrow strips of black
or gold, hiding tho places where tno
paper Ib Joined and giving tho effect
of wrought Iron or brass frames. The
result Is a lamp shade that Is Inexpen
sive and exceedingly pretty.
Ono of these similes, which Ib attrac
tive, Is made of a crepe paper which
has a white foundation, with a design
of palo pink roses upon It. Another Ib
In tho blue, both of thehe outlined with
tho black paper, and a brilliant dark red
shade Is finished with tho gold passe
partout paper. Candle shades are sim
ilarly made and shaped over a butter or
cheeso dish top, and the candle shade
holders can tie bought to mount them
on Pretty effects are obtained by ub
Ing a colored paper, Instead of the
white as the foundation or lining of tho
shade, and deep and varied color toneB
can be obtained.
forks. Adda cupful of crenm, or enough
cream to fill the buttered dish, put bits
of butter over the top and bake. N. Y.
Peel and slice thin, dip In beaten egg
and then In fine bread crumbs. Heat
two tablespoonfuls of sweet drippings
in a frying pan, put In the slices and
fry brown on both sides. Serve on
toast with a brown gravy.- Washing
Mrs. Au-tin HurswuII of Wonier mot
with a painful accident a few days ago.
While at tho table her littlo baby girl
stuck a forK in Mif. Hn p. well's eye, in
llictinir such severe wound it was
feared fur a tinin sho would lose Iit
oje. At Inst accounts she was doing
woll under iho 011 0 Jot Dr. Morrison.
J O. HmIcoidI) nnd Mr. ami Mrs.
John Suttou spoilt Thanksgiving wilh
The parents aud'cbildron celebrated
Thanksgiving at the school house.
Woll lll'o I basket were carried nnd
with sir ging and speaking a vry en-
joyablo day win spent.
John Linohoart of Holfconnty and
Mr. C ' l.ineheart of Norninn h'nvo
been veiling with their sister, Mrs.
Will Siebert, who has been spending
some time in Dakota, is vUiting with
friends and to utives hero.
I To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take .UWaUVe OrOlTlO ViUinine Tablets, s ppjj
I Sevea MBMon fcoxes sold in pott 1 2 months. This Signature. 9T
ia Two Days.
Wo promptly obtain U. 8. uml Foreign
ricud model, f ketch'or photo ol lim Miou lor
eporton patentability, torfni
ffroo report on
For free look
Opposite U. S. Patent Office
We are now showing the very
latest novelties in the Dry Goods
line. Our stock is complete in every
dettiil, and while we do not indulge
in the time-worn subterfuge of
"special" and "mark-down" sales,
our prices are always the lowest.
The "Nazareth" Waist, the
Best Child's Waist on the
market. We Have just re
ceived a comptete line of
these garments and have
placed them on sale at the
very low price of 25C
:l ' l .'AaiA a
Our store always has led and will
continue to lead in variety, quality
and prices of Embroideries and
Laces. No trouble to show these
goods. The latest things in Dress
Ornaments and Trimmings.
Headquarters for crocheted and
knit goods "Merry-go-Rounds."
Hoods, etc. The famous Midnight
and Spanish Yarns, and Shetland
Floss. Buy them now.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
is n pleasant recreation,
is invigorating and is a
healthful pabtime, nnd
for a pleas-nut hour's
amusement nothing is
more interesting than n
game or two at the : : :
flpex Bomlinq Alleys
v. l. McMillan,
Always on Hand I
Red Cloud, Neb.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
8AL1 LAKE C'T
and all point
TBAINS LIATI AS rOLI.OWB!
H. B. ASHER,
Of tho Kansas City Veter
inary College. Olllco at C.
M. Smith's Livery Burn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
HED CLOUD, - - NEIi.
At Blno Hill every Thursday.
ISAAC B. COLVLN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Look Box 23. Outdo Hock, Neb.
18. PaskeiiRer dally for Oberlln
mm oi. rrauuin urniirneff. ux
ford. Mccook. Denvcrand all
points wett ........ 6:io a.m.
So, II. Paisenger dally for St. Joe,
KaimaB City. Atchison. St.
LouIb. Lincoln via Wymore
and oil polntB cast and south 210 a.a
So 15. Vassenger. dally. Denver, all
nnlnfa In t 'nlnfailn TTtol a....
No. 18. Passenger, dally for St. Joe.
Kaunas City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points crh and
So. 174. Accommodation, daily except
Sumltty. llastlncs. Grand Is
land, lllack Hills and all
poiutslnthe northwest 2:00p.m.
No. 173. Dally except Sunday. Ox-
lord nnd liiteruiudlitie poln tN..i:0Op.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars.
(seats free) ou through trains. Tickets sold and
6t.B.esgorCauada! l T P'Ul ,n lh0 UnUc,
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
Vl S"i,F address A. Coiiorer. Ageut, Ked
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, Gneral Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska
All kinds of property bought, sold and
auuuv itiviaim ui uuauiiin, iiuivb aiiu uunrit.
tlin wnmlerful Industrial dBTftlonmrnt mik! t ft let uf
adTenturw. Illtutrat. Monthly Macaetne 1 je.rtrl,.
only t tit. IJu(tlonf about California nworMl frw
Tuk Wtbru;.N km rmr, el Time Ulwk.UwAnKdo
ClfArMi mtl boantiriei tho h.lr.
lronmte a luxtir.ttt growth.
Uevcr Tails to ltcutoro Gray
jimr iu tit loummi iuicri
Cum rlp tt'traarsfc hiirtoUiDZ.
J"lrt Amt Mlllal T1rnrit..a
f-vtM. y.-mi j.mt.r.
BjBk CHICHESTER'S CNQLIBH
T. v OriiTnal ad Only Utavlnr.
PlTaVvSJIArE. Al-.j.r.ll.bi. La4lc.uk Ururlit
Is KED nl Uclil mittlllo bom m.'.i
vitbSlwriklMa. Takeaaatkir. Ktraaa
Daru NbWUIbUm mm Umlu.
itoaa. Baj of year Druul.l. tr wnd 4e. I
uh tr I'artltulan. TutlaiaaUU
aaa "KaMtf far Ladln." m. Ittltr, br r.
UnMdL IO.MOtHllBnUli. Itl4k
444 MadUM ar. 1'IllLaU, VA.
! "Shave ?"
You are "Next" at
s Basement 1'ottcr-Wi-ight Building.
j Seissops Ground, ;
I Razors Honed,j
I Li xW
LUIM'I Dt, rUULLUI
Oenulne KOCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
U put up In white packages, manufactured
exclusively by the Aforfjon Mtdlclnt
Co.. Madison, Wis. Sells at 35 cents a
package. All other are rank imitations
nd substitutes, don't risk your health by
taking them. TMHCllINUINl! makes sick
people Well, Keeps you Well. All Honest
Dealers sell the Oenulne,
M0LL1STHR DKU(1 CO, Madison, Wis.
ALL KINDS OF EDGE
1 All kinds of harbor work executed J
INFLAMMATORY ItllEUMATISM CUKED IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Ind., says; "My
wife had Inflammatory Ilheumatlenfln erery
fiJdhMhndvM'f ,,cr ,,,ffcrIllR was terrible
aim tier body and face were ewofien almost bo-
andd jSfdiihP" ' ih"? .bee" "' be'' " weeks
ana nail elKbt p)iy u aus. but received nn
bencHt iiutir the tried He Mysllo f u?e for
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