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RED CROSS STILL NEED OF SUPPLIES Impossible for American Women to Oversuppiy Hospitals m, Wtth Surgical Dressings. S(,ii tlinj^ a.s it maj seem the asser tlun IS I I 1 Hue that French surgeons at times wiie inn lo operate upon wounded soldiers without the use of Millionth' ties ur sui i'i( al dres-inj.'s, 'J his lutorinatioii was ^iven by .Mrs. 1 i. (,, ri in (J. I.athiop, dnector of the ai' Ul'is (Jip.tl. of till 1 "i the lied 'l oss Were not hem^ over- supplied with hospital materi.ilH. -i •, "It is iiupossibi,. i,|[. I 1 1 1 1 pi'llK" 1 hm' A I icau woni- ei supply 'he lied Cross with I li's-inus win tin re ale I nlH) „T milit.iiy hospital.-, in 1 tatiie wluili il oui In lp and in additioi ih.-iml iau relict .stations and la ••I, but not 1 fie ne\ Aini_rn.an army hus. M'"- Lalhrup worked to supply I ri in hospitals with ana-sthetic and h.uidiiges betuve the 1 luted States en tered tile war and before the Ked loss became a bis l.ulnr in the situation She explained die shortage of ana. tlui'is and otnii .supplies as lollows "When the l!i minus Invaded I'latue in ]'.U 1 tin.^ oi upied. and still hold, tho mani in.inut'.u tiirin ,' di-tin-l*- ,,f the comury. With most ot their tut tones lo~t the I'leneh had lo tuin to the United States lor hospital supplies. The (noiuious number ol wounded ci ceded their liuilities and it is trm licit some o]iei al II Us were peitoimed ithoiit anuesthetict, or Mirgic.il dress in,™s. •'Rubber ^oods especially v. ere scarce. Glomes made ot' rrrin.li rub bi spin lis soon as the MUTootis tiled them on. I'm water bottles broke at the lust hllin^. li. nun' we ^o enough rubber jroods from the I'nited States to impiove tb Mlit ition but there is still II •IVH ute in ed t,,r all hat possibly cull be sent over Uie'e" BEAR MEAT ON MARKET Some Find li Helps to Cut the High Coot of Living. Cilizcii-i I liii'i'isniiliuru' iiihI niljf'i towns in lidfkjiisiliiim county. IVnn sy!v:iniii, wliu linii 1 i-r. i! anil purl inn limli-iiiiccil, can make cmls- mccl Inner ii'iw tv calm 1 1 0 hear nicar, larirc i|nanli!n's t! winch have hern placed -li Ihc niarUi't at mnrc reasonable pnci's llian I hose demanded lor choice M.-aks uml chops. I he mountains of the county are said ho into'tcd bv lie ii'^. and ill the past lew days a nitmher o! the. animals have he.-n haaced liv lumliM's. One party of sportsmen hrouidit ill two, one jvei^'hltiK ^'"(t pounds and ilie oilier pounds. 'I'lie hides, wonh aliotit apiece, will he lanued and inane into overcoats. New Crime in London. ••"-•••-•'A new torni ot riine has developed 111 London. 1 he police describe ir MS "air raid rohherv." for hands of thieves take advantage of the excitement caused ,liy (Icniian air raids to loot In lines while tin1 tamilies are olsewhero Koekitifr siilYtv. Parrot Tries to Nag Smokers. Zion City waits with eagerness the "ftorts of Overseer Wilbur (ilenn Vn- to teach a Mexican parrot how to :alk I'.nghsh. l''or hours Voliva sat ,11 his home and every time a tobacco •inokor passed he would luss "SUuk ,iot." The bird tried to mutate him, vat t.hc word wits too mucli. WARTIME LINK IS 8TlvAIGiLT AND SLIM "CHIC* This model is of blue tricotfne with Eton jackct and fitted vest of wliitet flannel. Sometimes the skirts are slit a bit to make walk ing more convenient to the wearer. In such case the slit is covered by a flying panel, or filled in with small pleatings of contrasting iDa» Jeriai., THE JKITCnEN fcl CABINET I Will Its *i:iv tiv to live shupl»', II II Fim ir and s-?ronw life •iui 1*1 i: IV lire, ell I'd 111 Mr 1 l| oniuciMiiHin, '!1ii«i'nfo iii :i|)]uin'i 1 S' 1 (•, iKH'lltv t«» fVi-l'V 1 -*4 Cnihihko f:tlt!i In J(H1.—John GOOD EATING. iv,' r'f "Wlirn rabbits are easily obtained, tie In many sections of our countrv, they are common and not expensive, making a nio.-t wholesome meat lo add vari ety and save the shipahle inei Is for our army. UK'V AlllCt'lCan KUIHl flit' lenih i.timled. in answer to a lies Hon as to whether her oiv mi/..ilK'n Laided Rabbit Baked in Milk.— dressed rabbit thin Spit-nil over Hi shot's ot port. In-own, (InMlm? Willi Hour tn'ov. ncf] lower l!i«' Set in the ovi often with mill and after well heat, cooking for an hour longer. When perfectly len der, lemovo the rabbit, and make a f.'i,i\j with the milk and liquor in the pan. Season well, although the meat should have been seasoned during its cookiiiL'. Serve with rn-e croqu.-tIcs and currant jellv. 'I lie jellv mav he placi-d in a small hollow in the ero [itetie and thi'v mav be used as a ^ar nish to the platter of rabbit. Hasenpfeffer Rabbit. Divide the rabbit ill .set inn si/.ed pieces, mclud nif the liver and heart, carefully wash anil drain. Try out sonic tat salt pork and add two sliced onions to the tat when yellow, add ivvo tablespoonluls if Hour, mix well and add a jti:tit oi" veal broth, a teasnoonl id ol salt, a bit of bay leal, a hall leaspoonlul ot pepper corns, tour cloves and the rabbit- I 'over and let simmer until the rabbit is ten der. Add a tablespoon! ill ol butler half cuplnl ol lrmL iun-e or the juic of Mil oiiin^'', two lumps oi suiinr ami a huntll ul ot raisins. Cook until well seasoned, the sauce should he spjrv both sweet and sour ami not too thick Cardinal Pears.—Cook canned pears in a little sirup vviih a hall a idass currant tellv. Cool and serve on oh loiin pieces of spouse eal e. eovcr the pear with lh«- thickened sirup and top with vi hipped cream. Sprinkle with almonds shredded. I'M lives mav he letter en loved if soaked ill olive oil overiuirht lo which il clove ol iraiiic has been added Dip I resh parslev into a cupi'il of hor water in which an eighth ol a tea s]ioonlcl o| smla has been added li makes the par-.li more brilliant, then chop tine v.nli a sharp knite and sprinkle over the dish lo he garnished. F:s«ed Eggs.—liivak I wo e^w into (l bov. 1 and beat mst lonp: enough to nii.\ well, put one 11'iirth ol a enpful of null in a small nan and when scalding sin- tin- e^-js and coo! un ld tile white is tlalces. Season Willi salt and turn over bntlercd toast that has been soMened ill hoi null: Serve verv hot, L'aruish with parslev. fl-iXJU-t /Vla-'f.svttiL •,T4 w. it/ /ft Aswp i' V' ilo. io4 I II \1M Lit can A'ikviK-fi's arm? Used hj the 1 I saw a II' VV look Collie over Cip mi llonoVJIl S I.ire. lb' fospeelrd U|e. I-ei'h.ips I was ii't. .ii much tun liul ie bill I ,1 !'l I-II th.lt 1 was nol tile kind Ilia! rotild he t.llv kissed and l'.,'f '-ot ten. the l.aplam covered lip the awk w.irilii"~s o|,the- situatiou. We had drawn 11, in trout the Ho.el I I Inn. lie called in a hanl'-rim line to lite oilier^ n! Ih" noitse.-parlv lenlcnnn' IO II the w.iv with a THE HEALTHY COMPLEXION. I w.in to 111.,!a rathe" fiowry. hut verv 4 1IIIII desel'lpl loll ol a perfect. I llere is Ito leXlure so Iranscenil aiillv e\ipn-it" as healtliv l.iiuiau lle-di witli IN 11e11c.11.•. tiMnsp.ii"'iit cover,ni I'cv ea lill- tile riiildv ::|ow heiiealh, like suit11si111 ruse tints in apple bios.i.nis. I his period, tissue IS capable of I'e Ycuhnsr 111 the verv einotmu Irom the ashen pallor of fear to the posv tlll-!l 111 delliillt. I Ills 111'' N pl'es SI 11IV eliariniiiu 1111111 n. a lirilhant coui '|i|e\ton. is titl'-r llian faultless alone. 1 wonder how inanv of us uav" skins that answer such a description! 1 hen1 i. as real a illtler.'lice between such a '-kin. and a uiade-iip' complexion, its sailowness and Idenuslies niaskeo willi cosmetics, as tle re is Ic'lvvoen a rare U'l' iita! pearl and a pace ot chalk. I his last bit pleases lie iliinieliselv. and ever since I read il I have been i" I a 11 cias.ilvini ewrv woman I've met as a pearl or a hit ol chalk And 1 11111sI coiifi ss that 1 lie chalk class has tie- greater iivmher.-hip. N.e| ,'Vi'rv woman wilh normal health have a complexion so ported thai even llle oWe I'V 'pi 1 i'a. i|||otei| aJloVe Will he. inadequate. Heinonaier, III' tit'sl principle of health--aooil, plain loo,I Is needed bv the sVsl"lll. llle bodv lal-.es as much of'tlns as il wauls: llle rest passes into rhe inte-1ill- as v. i-! It I hei'e is to,, much loud, or the wroii—' soil of Intnl. irases and tenncii at 11 11 result. It tllei'e IS Collstlpatl"!!. llle Waste doe. Hot puss Oil" It'olll II'" svsiem the lilood becomes infeeti d. and it. course around Ihe bodv. it. deposits til" poison wtli'l'e Ihe skill can throw it oil —-that. 1-. Ihroimli Lie lormalion ol puuides. I'll" co! 1 ei•!a'n ot utali -r in a '111111111" enlarge, the pun s. which presently I Illicit Willi oils and louireil with dirl troiu the th" skin tins is a blackiieati. shallowness. 111o 11 11 ••.. and such uniieaiilitiil lliui^s result Iii 11 siii^tsh liver and 1 r" 111 poor 111 esI ion or constipation. 0. the tirst llnni to do to lo-ep the skill per! 1 c|. is to ea| lie' riaht- I001I. and to keep Hie svsteio. cleaf. And the second principle 1. to keep Ihe '|it 1 ol III" skill Clean. Army and Navy. Tli'. rliine that stands the weather. Preserves and leather, -I'Oi'A y.'jr'W »-. iC As'-: Store IS1 t. loJ l.ncs WATCH US GROW What Full Leased Wire A. P. Reports mean to I'es that any waste SO inal.li in the 111111v—and the pores are always Ihrovvimr oil wash' mav not. he slopped II.'Cause llle with I l"s. skill is dirt. 111 MM ilMpl t'loKUed A 1111 I. pure ter and soap, warm wa cold vval'T. are dally nceer-si- Questions and Answers. I'Wo iaris—Ihe on 1 wav to become s111 uI• and stronger is lo live th" ne.illhiest soil ol lite—ei"111 or nine hoili's sleep ill a 1 Ill tilled wil'lt fresh air: tlailv bathuiir. out o' door exercis iiij plain nood food. 1 his is the only .el Vice 1 can lav1" Voll—-or aliv one else tor thai matter i"i- tins rule ot puoit food. Iresh ail-, baths and exercise, is llle Ill's! I'llli of health. M0iV5E SET aataiKgntra iliilVlCX, utc» Republican Readers Just as much Associated Press news as the Minneapolis Journal, Chicago Tribune and New York limes can give—all the authentic news of the world. Vlore Associated Press news by 50 per cent than is received by any other paper in South Dakota. Exclusive news service—No other newspaper in Mitchell can get Associated Press reports. No other paper can give you the nwes while it l's news. The biggest enterprise ever undertaken by a South Dakota Newspaper. WE WILL BRING THE WORLD TO YOUR DOOR HUNTING A HUSBAND By Mary Dcuglas BEING AN OUTSIDER. pretty Kirl. Will re 1 li'-.c oiled out in ret urn. And yc| wash 1 that wlad 1 was tlo ii:-'..' I was loil'-rimr iiloiiii int. HiI W tar 1 had ac.-oinphslii al hot'iini-"-— 1 lit -. Perhaps was -li^htlv mor" attiaclive. H.caiise bad time now to hill-!' ill N Pair. lo id Oilt, |llilk mIO lo my nails. 1.1 put on uiv simple li with rare. 'I powder mv m.-e' I lie... ii-ifls are iarlln alou^ (lie t'oad llian I. \el the o|i|e.t. .neoiiir tlieui is onlv Iv.'.nlv-one. si,,. ,.on slde!e,| experienced. Si.q' ills IIC at I'll 1 th" i'e.-1. And I am Iwcn'.v-iive. liul 1! 1'• lia\" He..'n 'pivparinu- for Ihe niarri:i4ie tame since tin-v tirst wen!, out. with their nurses, p. plav in tile part,. And 1 ha\e been yvoi'k illff --slruirfluiir. l-irst. to cm posiliiai I noi slowly risinu' i.'tilii I was imle |iehi.ienl. I uld at last I coldd help out .'(! Inune with .mall cointorts. \ml now. I have (brown it all up to iro into this now came. It is not v.'t. "1 com" I s1 •, I conquer as I learn, in Hisrti SI'llOlll. Hill IllSt. 'I COIIle. I I came back sharidv li'ein mv re flections. l-'ol- l.aptalil I ij 11 a 11 and 1 Wore fj-ojiii!- 1111 III" steps to Lie I'ei.el I r. Inn. It is a l'a-cmatinn' 'place. Mv tir-l experience ot the kind. A .ure.-n lawn, over which arc scattered tables and chairs ol uiven. A lal'ue avvtnnn' cov ers it alt. While treepmir vines dumb er lip llle trellis, that, shuts out. tile siiiht of the road. k-tuils .' asked .1 a 1:• Merle. as In. 1 looked aroutlo at the pretty laces of Hie ji'iris. "I'.i!' uie. thank von. or Illinois 1892 PURE HEAVY ALUMINUM (SPUN) You will prefer this to light, cast ware. Most ciurable and hygenic. Weil constructed furniture our specialty. Cheaper grades at less than Chicago prices. a Central South Dakota's Greatest Furniture Store Broadbent's Superiority The •\o, thank suit.' I said. I heard ti! on-. 11 sounded thin. His expression hid not chajm". liul I f.lll-ht. the lltt of ail eyebrow here, the dent id a dimple there. The pause Was almost unpercoptih.e. The lauuli- I cotivcrsa lion W E N pK II on A S hetoi e. the care five tf.ictv of attractive ^'irls, and men. wim count tor sonieihinii'. Hut. ill that fiausi I felt 1 had been Weighed: unl tuund wanting -. I was No suui'l.' 1 was almost out of :!. The cocktail, cam.. 1 h" i- iris sat sippuiiT. while 1 imy pktved with II owe a piace. ,._ .JaV I mv I Oil! sal next to lite. How do you like it. saru .' lie aslc '•d. Willi a sweep ol Ills arm oyer (lie pr.'liv scene. I 'lo like it. said. Hut there was a choke in mv voice. 'I otnoiTow. Mv tie lieUiru.- lo Koost. /-Av I a noil was his answer. As he came to nio I shook mv head. "\o'.'" h- asked. JUST RECEIVED—FINEST ALUMINUM WARE O LA P. 5 i~O.R SPRII-JG z,''::,-. Cr.YDi:-2-'.fe/Vs Mitchell's Foremost Dry Goods Store Spring Displays with a Purpose Sf^ngiime again! and this busy store spring aiivre. Springtime again! and smart garments, fabrics and pleasing- displays greet you as yoni enter this store. The Real Purpose of this Event It was not merely to please the eye for a mo ment that these splendid displays were arranged —It was to impress indelibly upon your mind— The Superiority of Baron Bros. Merchandise The of Baron Bros. Service Moderateness of Baron Bros. It's a safe place to trade, this good store of ours, where you can pin your faith to the quality of the goods, and the cor rectness of the styles and buy with confidence that the price is FAIR to both you and us. r7XmW^4i Tooth "Born" in Night. Minnie i« fond ol her infant brother and delights tickling his lips to ln-nr linn coo, 1 1 Prices P»i|81 rid muke him smile, und one dn.v while umusin^ herself ttiis way her little brother showed tooth thin, had protruded in tho iinrlil. She culled to her mother: "Come, see tlie tooth what vvus horn in brother's mouih lust nisht." i^HKi^tf-^'H^ivrtT* 1 -.-'A' fj rhrro was .1 ni.tn in our town And when lie'1 found his eyes were out And ho was wondrous wise. 1 Wilh all. his main'and nii^hl,. He tiiuipeit in to sonic dirty russ He bou^lH a Vacuum Cleaner te And put out both Ins eyes. And got his second sight 1 The great Annual Schmutz Fest comes along very shortly—the "Dirt Pest", of the year—spring house cleaning! Some (a good many, in fact) are immune. They have no Annual Cleaning. They are annually clean.: They have a TARRINGTON vacuum -CLEANETR -an m- ELECTRIC It certainly is a "second sight in htome-cleaning sight into a new order of housekeeping. Carpels, rugs, draperies, upholstery, clothing—any fab ric—cleaned, warp, woof, top and bottom, through and through, just like new! Cleans and dusts in the one op eration and in a time-fraction of the broom-dustpan drudgery way. And you don't know you're buying it. Under our propo sition, Our Vacuum Cleaner earns its own "board and keep." The Mitchell Power Co. 'Phone—Post Card Phone 2222 4 THREE 1 "On tho Stump." In early times in this cirantry it was the vustoin of enmpamnevs in a jwliti 1 onnviiss to trnvel through the coun try mid muke open air speeches. Pub lic hulks'und platform?, were rare und tho stminis or trees were numerous and tumished convenient places from which to speak. I. lence the words, "stump .speaker,' 'isliimp orator" and "stumping." K' ^cVd ITR 1 sf\ 'l"/*1 v. I a +A fJ -s r. IW' ,SL j., q" (XL** ST. IV BE WITHOUT M,( 6, o.