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Wo have this week received an elegant
line of the very latest patterns in Embroid
ered Collars, which will be sold at honest
prices. To make room for our new spring
stock of Laces and Embroideries we quote
the following prices on embroidery and lace
Remnants and Odd Pieces:
2c Luces ami Embroideries lit 1c
Sc Luces and Embroideries at 2c
lOc Luces and Embroideries lit Sc
2Sc Lack's and Embroideries at 13c
SOc Luces and Embroideries at ZSc
1.00 Luces and Embroideries at SOc
fancy - Combs - and - Hairpins
of the latest styles, and at lowest prices.
City Dray and Express Line.
V. BTl'DKlJAKKlt, IMIOP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
Residence52. Office 119
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PL ATT FREES CQ,
Do you know that It will pay YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Building Ma
terial and Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices avehaqk lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but hecause we take especial care
of and protoct all can be classed as
The VnrlutM Method I'aril In the
DUr.onnl ' the l-il.
The disposal uf tin' dead among civ
ilized nation lias usually consisted of
one of the following three ways:
Firstly, of closing up the body lit earth
or Hto'nc; secondly, of burning the bod
nnd committing to earth the ashes.
and. thirdly, the embalming of the
hotly. The earliest form of Interment
of which we have any account was
that of the paleolithic cave dwellers,
who hurled their dead In natural mot
toes and crevices In the rock similar to
those In which they had lived.
When we come to the later stone ago
we llnd that the people throughout
Europe hurled In chambered ImrrowH
and calms. Next comes tne uronr.c
ago, with Its changes, and anion; oth
orj the burial of the dead. The cham
bered barrows passed away, and In
their places tinrrows wen1 frequently
used without chamber, nnd cemeteries
of stone clsts set In the ground were
largely employed. Frequently a nat
ural eminence of sand or gravel was
the place assigned for burial, and
around it were circles of standing
atones. During these prehistoric times
cremation was also practiced sine ny
side with the simple interments of the
people. In pagan times it was custom
..rv whether the dead were burled
with or without cremation, to put In
their graves such articles as urns or
vessels of clay, bronze, gold or glass,
clothing, personal ornaments. Imple
ments and weapons of warfare.
Cremation was largely abolished
when Christianity spread over the
country, and the Interment of grave
goods " was restricted to kings and
priests, who continued to be burled In
their royal and sacerdotal robes and
with their Insignia or omce.
Down to the tenth century cremation
was customary among the tribes locat
ed along the Volga. Here also human
Bacrltlces In honor of the dead pre
vailed. Records of eyewitnesses of tho
horrible ceremonies have come down to
us. Charlemagne prohibited tills usage
among tho conquered Saxons under
pain of death. In India tho living wld
ow was In many instances down to
1829 burned with the corpse of her husband.
YANKEES OF THE SOUTH.
Tin- ArKcntlnr Henulille l Knrrnctlo
mill rronroNi.lt r.
Cold winds come from the south, and
winter Is In .luly; otherwise the Argen .
tine ltepublle is like Yankeeland. j
The Parana, the chief river, Is liir
larger than our Mississippi; Its annual
tlow of water Is double that of the
(hinges, three times that of the St.
Lawrence, live times that of the Nile.
Argentina has the longest railway
tangent (straight line) In the world, 18(1
miles. Its wheat plains are like those
of our west. The climate Is similar.
Argentina's imputation grows 10 per
eeut in ten years, the 1'nltcd States 'JO
per cvnt, Ucrniauy 10 per cent. Of the
2.000,000 of immigrants received In
Argentina in forty years more thiiu
half have been Italian.
In 1807 there were hut !ITm miles of
railway In Argentina: in UKH) there
were 10.001 miles, Home 11! per cent
belonging to the government. Argen
tina is ninth among the nations in rail
Argentina has 11:0.000,000 sheep as
against the 0,',(KXMKK In the 1'ultcd
All Argentina Buffered from the Bar-
lhg crash In IMK). but recovery Is now ,
complete. Imports during IMi'.l were j
$117.(100,000 and exports $1S.",000,000.
From the I'liltcd States came but ?ir,
000,000 of the Imports, and only $8,000,
000 of exports were to this counutry.
Montevideo Is in area the largest
city In the world three times the size
of New York, ttuenos Ayres, growing
faster than New York, London or Her
tin, Is the biggest city In the world
south of Philadelphia, except possibly
the Chinese cities. It will reach tho
million mark in 1000.
Argentina is building one of the fin
est dry docks In the world, n model of
which will probably bo seen at St.
There is energy In South Amerlcn-lf
The cost of taking the llrst census
;ns a little over a cent per head, that
of the last census 17 cents.
Tourists returning from abroad can
now bring through the custom house
free of duty all articles to the value of
fliK except cigars, cigarettes and liq
uors. Hear Admiral Walker estimates that
It will take the steady work tif I0,(H0
men who can stand the climate eight
years to unlsh the digging of the Pan
A funeral In Mlttlneague. Mass., wns
postponed a day because the gruvodlg
ger from sympathetic motives refused
to dig a grave for ttie hotly of n de
.lames Mouther of (Ireen HIdge. in
Aroostook. Me., followed it track tlilr-ty-nlne
miles on siiowhIiocs In a snow
Btorm tho other day only to tlnd tho
fox to he a pretty badly fagged dog.
There are three houses In Manonict,
Muss., that were standing wnen George
Washington was president. The oldest
is owned and occupied by Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. I). Hurt let t. The next Is the old
Clark house, owned by 11. 11. Taylor,
and ttie third Is owned and occupied
by Mrs. Sarah M. Itrlggs.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A IyAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everylxKly who reads the news
papers is sure It) know 01 u: wu
!. .1 t cures made by Dr.
1 Kilmer's Swamp
II Hoot, the great kid
L ney, liver and html-
f 1HJI Itlliv,..
It IS inegrcaiim:ii
ical triumph of the
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HORSES AND HORSEMEN.
Champion Lou Dillon at Memphis
has wintered splendidly. Look out for
a new trotting record.
K. 11. Similiters, owner of Lord Der
by and Major Delmar. has given up
Ills proposed auto tour of the world.
C. W. Huberts of Crab Orchard. Neb.,
has sold the two-year-old lllly May
Call, by limeade, 1!:1W, to a Colorado
Gilbert Harrison, of (luy Cnton
(2:10i) fame, thinks of opening u pub
lic stable at Woodland park, Sioux
(3. II. Green of El Dorado. Kan., has
Bold the stallion Vaecaro. 71200. by At
lantic, 1MM, dam Maud, by Hull, 11830,
to John Dimton of Anthony, Kan.
Haclng events of the past season of
nineteenth century ;
of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kldlicv and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame hack,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
Plight's Disease, which is ttie worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not Rec
ommended for everything but f you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It hit
been tested in mi many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and luu
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been niade by
which all readers of this taper, who have
not already tried it. may have a mtnnle
bottle sent free by mail, nlfion Iwoktcjl
iug more about Swamp-Hoot, and how to
fiiut out i f von have kidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
gcncrousolTcr in this paper and semi your
address to Dr. Kilmer
I Xj Co.. lliimhainton.i
N. Y. The regular I
fiftv.riMit unit one-
dollar sie bottles ate H ' ".
sold bv till good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Hoot, Dr. Kilmer's Swatnp-Hootr
and the nddress, llitighamton, N. ., on
agflMU IJ IIIM J
A TATTOOED FILIPINO.
Ilia Bkln llrlrnyril lllm nnd CnBe
A man was taken to constabulary
headquarters ttie other day wliosv
body was an art gallery. Ills breast,
back and arms had been rendered com
pletely antlngautlng by Uttooersyt
working under the skillful guhluncc of
antliiKiinttng priests. He was vihiuiik,
Coal, Lumber, I
ISAAC B COLV1N,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Uox 23. Guide Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold ond
COLLECTIONS MAM. UBAS0NABLB
Don't Be Fooledi
Oenulne ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
U put up InwMte packages, manufactured
exclusively liy the JUudlson Medicine
Co.. Madison, Wis. hells at 35 cents a
cackaite. All other are riiuk Imitations
and sutxtltutes, don't risk your health by
taklnc them. THKuUMJINU makes sick
people WeT Keeps you Well. All Honest
Uealers sell the Oenulne.
HOLLISTliK UKUC1 to, moaison, wis.
. . ..wma puoi inu
TrZr OrliilnaT ntitl Only Ornulno.
ViTKHAKK. AI.rrlLU l.uillr. "W Ururtlit
(C S ClIIthlKSI Hll KNtJMSII
tln 11KII ml 1. 0111 ron.uio ,. .
JI ..k 1... .iku.n TnLniiiilh.r. ICcrilll..
:l Itanccroua ultltu0na nnd Imltn
V iumi.1 for I'Brtlrulnrifc TMllmonlaU
IN EVERY STYLE.
Tho Bon Tou is prepared
to se.'ve Ovsters in every
stylo on bhort notico. All
for cold weather served at
tho soda fountain Catering
for parties and dances
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE. Proprietor.
nj Itcllcr ror Ladlrm" i" '"'' J'l .'.:
turn Mall. l.0(TntlronnlU. M.I4M
Bill MadUva ui
all UruMliu. ChlehMlrr rhrmljai J a.
a rauar.. i-..m.
Clf ainri mid l niilllcJ tlii lulr.
rminiitri n , luiuilant erolh.
Never Fails to llfntoro tlray
llatr to 1U Youthfn Color.
Cur, nilp illwaif, hair lulling.
V v. amUH' Druggitf
is a ploasiint rctireatiou,
is invigorating and is n
healthful pastime, and
for n pleasant hour's
amusement nothing is
more interesting than u
gamo or two at the : : :
NAME8 OF FABRICS.
Muslin Is named for Mosul, in Asia.
Serge comes from Xergo, the Spanish
for a certain sort of blanket
Bandanna Is derived from an Indian
word signifying to bind or tie.
Calico la named for Calicut, a town in
India, where It was flrut printed.
Alpaca is the name of a species of
llama from wbose wool me genuine
fuhric is woven.
The name damask 1b an abbreviation
of Damascus; eutln is a corruption of
Zaytown, In China.
Velvet Is the Italian "vellute." woolly,
and Is traceable farther back to the
Latin vellus, a hide or pelt.
Shawl Is from the Sanskrit mila.
which means floor, shawls having been
tlrst used as carpet tapestry.
Cambric comes from Cumhrnl, gauze
from (iiizn, baize from Ittijac. dimity
from Dauietta and Jeans from Jean.
Illnnkct hears the name of Thomas
Blanket, a famous Kngllsh clothier who
aided the introduction of woolens Into
England in the fourteenth century.
I'll u ui ou lu unit Con Kill n sr.
Coughing as an aid in the cure of
pneumonia was tho Idea advanced by
Dr. Charles II. Francis before a recent
meeting of the Chicago Kcleetlc Med
ical and Surglcnl society. This was
one of the many means suggested for
the treatment of pneumonia.
"Cough If you want to live," was tho
advice of the physician. "I have found
in my practice that those without the
cough almost always succumb to tho
disease. I have seen strong men who
did not cough fall to recover from
pneumonia. To me it seems tho ln
I variable rule that persons who lutvn
1 pneumonia and do not cough nvo thosa
' thnt never reeover "
No Now, feat SlcU All the Yer.
"The Islnnd of Madeira 1h one of tho
most interesting portions of ttie globe,"
wild a traveler. "Little has been said
and less written about the primeval cus
toms of the people nnd the quaint man
ners that still exist. I was in Kunchal,
the capital city, recently, nnd the Eng
lish are beginning to frequent the la
tnnd in large numbers. There are no
horses on the Island, nnd the natives
employ no wheeled vehicles. All tho
moving about Is done on sleds drawn
by bulls. The runners are greased to
make them glide easily over the pebble
highways. Back of this city Is a moun
tain, mid a cog railroad runs to its top.
Tho descent Is made In sleds a tils
tance of two miles to the city, and
guides run the entire distance, guiding
the sledit with ropes." Louisville Courier-Journal.
1003 have served to place the name, antlngant n g pries s new '"J"
of Cascarllht, 25 high among ; those hi- qucr do to SZSSt
or tne uroou mares mat rntim ingiivni
as producers of extreme trotting speed.
George H. Studebnker of Houtb Bend, " .""""'"""T' Vn. ront rtround' In
Id., has bought the tnittlninar to Vo-ed to roam jurid In
- .ft. ...I. .. VA.ls I Ala... ft .au. ti .nut tllt.4Ml I
you go rar enougn suuu..-i:w au... ol , uiuou "- - " ?" Y .i ,,f ,, hnj1 t(Ml ltmV Incrlrolnat
u.i , " ..". . r . . .. .
Dora M., trhil 2S4, fmm Alio Horn,
merfleld of Lnporte, Ind., nnd the pn
cer Tonintor, 2:111. 'rotn Wlllla B,
Deal of Lnporte.
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
State Chemist Walker of Nebraska
nfter spending several weeks In an- j
nlyzlug tomato catchup an'd strawber
ry Jam states that only one brand of
catchup was found which wan madu
from tomatoes and was not artlllclnlly
colored. Pumpkin was found to form
the tnmls of nil the others, and the col-
orlng Is attained by means of coal tar
. . . , i ....... ...i. ........ I...., I.. I,
tljes. Alleged Niiumii'iij Jin" " "
number of eases he found was made
chlclly from pumpkin, colored with
coal tar dyes and containing a pre
servative In the form of benzole. Tim
othy seed was also found to be an In
gredlent In some cases.
The historic Madison Squorc theater,
New York, will probably never lio used
Mnxlnc Elliott nnd Maude Adams are
said to have been born In the aanio
Ben Greet of "Every Man" fame has J above It.
played Orlando In "As Yon Like It"
more than 1,000 times.
Later In this spring Klehnrd Mans
field will play In San Francisco for the
first time in nine years.
Kay Templeton will be tho leading
attraction of the New Auisterdum roof
garden In New York during the sum
mer. Shakespearean productions are mak
ing much more money on the road
than In long engagements In largo
I Forbes Itobertsnn made his star
debut In March, 1871, In London. He
then appeared l:i "Marie Stuart," play-
usplclous character. He gave hM
name nB Sylvester Gomex. Ilia nnj
tlngnntlngB were above suspicion, an)
well na above price; and had they been
worked on a garment, na Is customary,;
he would have tieen despoiled of It for,,
Over hlB heart he had worked n ctiii-j
ventloiml figure of nn altar, with
cross superimposed. Tills he snld wni
nn antlngantliig. On his right breast
was n human heart, Inverted, sur
mounted by n cross, with three letters"
When asked wliut particu
lar brand of antlngautlng this was n
It IS bPlll'VMl
onlv grinned the wider.
that tills fantastic design Is the re
minder of some vow that lie took dur
ing the Insurrection. Three more tet
ters and a cross were tattooed In the,
hollow of his hack, lie said ttiat theso
were never known to fall to keep olt
diseases, and Indeed It must be con
fessed that he seemed to be tin extraor
dinarily healthy animal.
Then there were long disarrange-,
incuts of the alphabet across his breast
and all down Ills arms. They looked
as If somebody had attempted to wrlte
n lot of seditious newspaper headline
In Tagalog and had run snort or copy.
Ing the role of Chnstelard. 1Hr m(1 H0 HIMi Gome?, for itj.
Kyiie Bellow Is one of the most ver- .vrmnK tablet. lie explained t.int
sntlle actors hi America. On sliort uo-
tlee he could star acceptably In any
role, rrom Shakespearean tragedy to
UIIEt'MATISM I'L'ltKI) IN A DAY.
Myrtle (.lire for HliuiimHtlun iiml Nenriilnlii
radically furcMnl to :(lnH. IIh nitlon upon
theHVUcm Is remiirkiilne and mMi'rliiii 11
rcraoveH at nneo tla-crtu-o nml the iUm'hh-lin
SSufel? lUai'lrH. The llrat doo KtMtlr
beiicllln. 7ft ceiitu and i 00. old li 11. h.
mice. DriUMiHt. IteilCUmd.
Red Cloud, Neb.
Apex Bomlinq Alleys
W. L. M c M I L. L A N,
Choico Tobaccos and Cigars
Always on Hand.
BALI LAKE C
and all jioint
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
TA!KS LT 0M.0W:
Nn IS PkiieiiRer dally for Obcrlln
Ho, is. ',"e87Kr,nclbrancliei.Ox
ford. Mccook. Denver and all
points wont - D
w- ii eBBcnKer dally for St. Joe.
V0' l Kaiiaa f C'lty. Atchlaon. St.
lSSu. Uiieoln via Wymote
aud all liolntB eat and nuutli 'I0 a.tr
un is PaaBciiiter. dally. Denver, all
1,0 15, polnwln Colorado, Utah nd .. m
Mo. 1. I,,,c,,cr;,?ally1!,M?ni'i Jset'
w Kantaii City. AtcblMiii. St.
Louia alio an pomia w ,,. .
aoutU 10:3ft a.m
in 174. Accommodation, dally except
No' !' Sunday. IIbbIIiik". Orand fa-
land. Black Hills and all
points in tlio norlhweat- - 2:00 P.m
iP.nliiK. dlnlnR. and recllulnn chair nark
. .!v,op1 on throiiKh tralna. Ticket sold aud
Kro enccked 1 ?i" any point In the Unltec
Bl5?e.inrfnrmai,o'n. lime tnblci, maps or tlcketi
.Viro or nd'l "" A. Conover. A.et. Heo
fnond N?br. or J. KrancU.Oancral monger
Agent' Orab. Nebraika
H. B. ASHER,
Of the Kansas City Veter
inary College Olllco at K.
Johnston's, tho Brick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLOUD, NEB.
At Blno Hill llrst Tuesday in each
INKI.AMMATOUY HIlKfMATlSM ITW'.I) IN
Morton 1. Illll of l.etnimii Ind.. ni)h; "My
wife lind InllMtninntorv ltlionmivtlt.ni In every
mut'rle Hint joint , tier MitfurliiK was terrible
nnd her bnly and fare were swollen almost lie
)ond rccigtiltloii : hud htcn In bod hlx weekx
and' had clcbt pIiIcihiih. but received no
benefit until he Irled Iho Mjktlo Cure for
Itlienmnllim. It kiivc Imintdlale relief and
htm wnH ablo to walk about la three days. I nm
niiro It saved her life." Sold by.H. E. tlrlce,
llniRRlat. Hed Cloud.
A Jrnt Traveler.
Miss (loriloii-Cummlug, the well
known traveler, was born with an ad
venturous strain In her blood. Slio
has rumbled from Cornwall to tho
Himalayas, from California to Tibet.
.She has spent months on board a
l-'ronch inanor-war and more months
cruising In Sir Arthur Cordon's yneht
In KlJInn seas. She Is the twelfth
child of Sir William Gordon-dimming
of Altyre (ho married a second wife
and had three more children, making
fifteen In all). Her brother. Itonaleyne,
was known tho world over as "tho
Hunil nml Front.
In opening a Keene (X. II.) street to
get at a frozen water pipe something
like two feet of frozen earth was tlrst
removed and under this over a foot of
dry sand was shoveled out as easily as
it would be in summer time. Beneath
tills sand a different soil was found,
Admiral Togo acts as if he thought
I'ort Arthur might get away some
dark night. -Philadelphia Imiulrer.
Heir Conrled says the proposed pro
duction of "Parsifal" In Hngllsh would
lie :i "desecration." For heaven's sake
let It go at that! Milwaukee Sentinel.
The renewed announcement that the
Balfour ministry Is "upon Its last legs"
suggests that It must be a ery centl
ped among ministries. - Philadelphia
The Standard Oil company paid only
$44 in dividends on a SUM share last
year, and It starts ofT with a March
dividend of $1(1 a share, where last
year's was if'-IO. Tills must make tho
Htnekliolilers feel noor. - Xew York
ltadlum not only cures (its. blind
ness, baldness, cancer, rheumatism,
toothache and locomotor ataxia, but It
is claimed to be a remedy for wlfo
beating. It Is safe to call it a remedy
for anything so long as It costs $500,-
these would keep off bullets, and tl'eyj
looked as If they would.-Muuiin uni
KturtliiK it Humor.
A remarkable instance of tho rvny IrA
which unfounded rumors get Into cir
culation conies from Madrid. A locaf.
newspaper was testing some new type
Among the sentences which were
for this purpose win n iioaiiiintr
containing the words "Deaili or u.t
Pope." The consentient proof being:
satisfactory, the paper on which it wast
printed was forgotten and In someway
appears to have been carried by a draft
out of a window. A pasacrby saw It.
read It and within an Incredibly short
time Madrid was full of circumstantial
accounts that the pope had suddenly!,
died after an attack of apoplexy.
-OtJJl HK l
und tills lower stratum was frozen to
a deptti of oyer five feet from the sur- 000 nn ounce and you can't And tho
face. A layer of dry sand n root or ounce. iirooKiyu i-.ugie,
more In thickness underneath a heuvy
upper crust Is usually a sulUclcut pro
tection from frost.
at Reasonable Prices.
MRS. J. A. TULLEYS
MISS NELLE EMERT0N
Parlors at homo of Mis Ttilleys.
Ely's Cream Balm
This Romody is a Specific,
Suro to Give Satisfaction.
OIVES RELIEF AT ONOE
It clonnscs, soothes, heals, and protects tho
diseased liiouibrnuo. It cures Catarrh mid
drives away a Cold in tho Head miiukly.
Itostorcs tho Bouses of Tnsto and Kincll.
Kusy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into tlio nostrils una iinsoruoa
Orafrali Pa and Ma.
Chinese names when' spelled in Kng
llsh letters sometimes give funny re
sults, as Hung Soon, a merchant in
Ban Francisco. But more striking are
two Chinese soldiers, General' Ma, n
division commander of the Chlneso
nrmy, und General Paua (pronounced
pa), a renegade who fought for Agul
imldo In the Filipino insurrection. Late
ly General Paua visited China and be
came acquainted with General Ma, and
it Is suld the two are grcn f nonds.
The only kind of consump
tion to fear is " neglected
People arc learning that con
sumption is a curable disease.
It is neglected consumption
that is so often incurable.
At the faintest suspicion of
consumption get a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion and begin
Vladivostok Is described as being
from a military standpoint very nearly
impregnable, for it possesses so large
a gnrrlBon thnt to Invest It properly
wnnlil nwmlrn IfiO.OOO men. 1 llO tOWU
Largo Hizo, fiO cents at Druggists or by stands at the head of a long, curving
mull; Trial Si.o, 10 emits by mull. njet j-now llH the Golden Horn, in
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New York. thc corer 0f which lies the dockyard.
There were 0,000 duels In Gcrmuny
Inst year, with n mortality of twenty
two, us shown by ofllclal reports.
More than one-third of Berlin's ex-
neudlturo of 141,000.000 innrlcs. last rCCfular doses.
pTrpor3 'r 8"nltnry "n1 educnt,onn' The use of Scott's Emulsion
On the German emperor's blrthdny at Once, has, in thousands of
tho inhabitants of Cologne nre nllow-, caS(.s turned the balance in
ed to cross the Rhine bridge free pro- r houh
..i.l.l l... ,., nn fin riii-lnrrnu linv ItlVUr Ul ULailll.
Pleasure launches are seldom seen
on German rivers or buggies on Ger
mnn roads. The implements used on
small farms and In Bome shops are ns
clumsy as they were a century ago,
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I HIT llllllllt:iHll 11,'KUMUIUIIO Ul llUtllll
insist that refuse, ashes and nil thnt
is generally though inaccurately sum-1
marlzed by the term "dust" should bo j
carried through tho streets iu ulr Ugtit '
Neglected consumption docs?
not exist where Scott's Emul
Prompt use of Scott's Emul
sion checks thc disease while it
can be checked.
Send (or tree (ample,
SCOTT & IIOWNK, Chemliti,
409-415 Pcad Street, NewYofc
50c. and J1.00; alldrujiUti. f
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