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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD
PLAN II CMPM6I
LEGION POSTS WARNED OF PRO.
MASS METTING3 TO BE HELD
Disruption of Good Feeling Detwoeq
U. 8. and Allies Declared
Indianapolis, Ind. Amarlcau Lesion
postH woro asked by the legion's na
tiuuul headquarters to waicu for a ro
viral of Ljennnn piopaanda. I
A bulletin sent ull biiwe huadquar-
tors by the national heiolquaitars said
Uiat man meetings lu several cltlos, 1
Including Omaha, have bten pluunod !
as "uno of tne f.rat manifestations" ,
of thu propaganda campaign, the ob
joct of which the bulimln ouillnud aa
"Dlsruptlrn of the accord which ox
latn between the Hulled States und
our allied with particular refurenco
to Franc j ami Oieat Hriiuu by the
turning of American popular sontl
moat x.m:. tho governments of those
"Methodical creation of u poworful
national political machine, by tho
atnaigatlon of the disloyal elements 1
of our nation, und the uluvatlou to a
place of power In American politics by
tho Invisible Influence of this organ
Ized minor. ty.
"Ouo of the first national ma'ilfoa
tatlons of tills activity w I piobably
tako tho fosm of mabs meetings," tho
bulletin c ecr.ued, "osti ..i.bly in pro
test agaii.M Hie oic;i, atlu.i of tho
Rhino by French negro tio.ips Tho
allogcd presence of Frei.eli colonluls
Is to be lined ni; a tu.t u . to turn
Amorlatn fwiit!munt njluat Franco.
Nogro troops w ro wltlwii.ivu from the
French army of ncmipat'o.i eovoral
months ago. Their co .duct wuc ox
oollent, according to of.'luial reports
from tho American ambassador at
"Identified with this movenuut are
individuals whose dljloyalty und
whoso efforts In the htarpst of Ger
many huvo been uutorl.'iis in thu past
and who are now again In d.rect com
munication with Herlln.
"National headquarters has received
reports of pro-Gorman activities from
many sections which nppunr to con
nect dfrsctly with tho uathmal propa
ganda campaign outl'nod.
"Dopurtnicut officials arei requtrod
to make note of any dramatic activi
ties In their community and to forward
roports to jintiunul Headquarters."
Lemuel Uollus, national adjutant of
thu legion, In a statement, said:
"Tho groatoet check to a movomont
of this kind will come from thoso cltl
tons of'Toutonlc extraction, of whose
loyalty nnd slnccrliy tlierd can bo no
HUQhca Named Secretary.
St. Augustine, Fla. Chorion HI
Hughos, former supremo court Justice
and republican nomlco for tho presi
dency, was designated by President
elect Harding aa tho now secrotary of
tat5. Tho announcement, ombodylng
the first official word from tho president-elect
rogardlng selections for his
cabinet, was mude in an oral state
ment aftor a long conforenco botwoon
the two mon on forolgu problems.
Bread Price Cut In Cleveland.
Clovoland, 0. Two largo baUerloa
announcod reductions In the wholo
solo price of broad, which will bring
tho rotnil i)rlco horo down to 9 cents
for a pound loaf and 12 or 13 conta for
a pound an a halt loaf.
Bin Accident Toll Amonn Children.
" Washington, I). C. Accidents tako
tho Uvea every your of 20,000 children
up to the ago of 11 yoars, the Hod
Cross li:nJusid. it shows that 107
out of ovury 1.000 children's douths
between the ages of 5 and 9 arc duo
to accident, whllo butwuou 10 and 14
years tho ratio Is 177 pur 1,000.
Steamer Wrecked In Storm.
Mexico City. Tho Bteamer Lucrlo
del Albla, with seventeen passengers
and a crow of eight, was wrecked ut
tho entrance to tho Uay of Vera Cruz.
Ono person was drowned and the oth
ers rescued with difficulty, according
to roports. Tho vessel was caught In
Cheap Furs Cause infection.
Chicago. Throo complalutB from
Chicago women that their nocks und
faces have becomu lufocted from
skunk furs dlod various colors caused
Health Commissioner Robertson to be
gin an Investigation.
Limit on Allen Influx.
Washington, D. C.--A drastic measure-
against Immigration during tho
noxt year was adopted by thu senate,
which passed tho Dillingham Immigra
tion restriction bill after adding
amendments to increase ttu restrictive
fonturos. The bill, it Is estimatod,
would limit immigrants during tho
next year to slightly over 365,000. Tho
Mil was adopted us a subitltutu for
the Johnson b)l passed by thu house.
The latter would bar for u your all lm
mlcm",H e-1 ut i datives of alloui
ANDREW W. MELLOW
i j& fe&r Mill
Andrew W. Motion Is the I'ltrnbnrgh
banker who, according to rumors, has
u good chance of being appointed sec
retary of (he treasury by Air. Harding.
U.S. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT
Chicago March Wheat Advances One
Cent Cattle and Hoq Prices Up
Potatoes Down Five Cents.
tny U. H. BUREAU OF MARKETS.)
Washington, Feb. n. For weeu ending
Fob. 17. UltAIN Tho week's grain trad
ing had u poor Htart, prices dropping
about !c on account of ovenlng up for tho
rtoublo holiday. On tlio Hth and ICtb prices
roHu 10 n roHult of reports or gruen Imgs
In Southwest, loiter un overbought con
dition was disclosed nnd a part 'f tho
nilviirico was lost despite more Bcrlous ro
ports rt-gnnlhig Kreen bugs. Larger movo
niont small iluumml uml entire lack of
export hiiBlnesH uro now dominating mar
ket sontlment. Milling demnnd slow On
tlio 17tli live Iowa banks reported closed.
In Chicago market No. '2 red winter wheat
?5c to Sic over Chicago March, No. 2 hard
to to 7c over No. :i mixed corn 4',4c undur
May; yollow 3Vc to 4c under. Minneapo
lis reports (tour demand dull; wheat mill
ing (lcmiuiil fair. Fur tho week t'liliugo
March wlir-it udvnnccd lc nt $l.Ci, May
corn 2e nt CJ7(iC MinnonpollH Manh wheat
up 1c at $1.57, Kansas City Man h down
ie nt M.CSV&; Chicago May whe.lt ll.us'i,.
IIAV ANIJ FKKO-llay receltds light In
nnstern markets; henvy In West Trend
of market downward, l'rluei, declined dur
ing tho week but a few hnvu rictcd from
thu low point. Cincinnati still congested.
Good demand for best hay noted ut Min
neapolis and Omaha. Quoted Feb 13. Vo.
1 timothy, Now York. 30; Philadelphia,
W, Cincinnati. JM, Chicago, U3M Min
neapolis. JiO; Memphis, $29; Kansas City.
KUIIITS AND VKaKTAllLKS-Sacked
round whlto potatoes down 5c per UX)
pounds f. o. b. northern shipping stations
at 80c to Wc Chlragii cnrlot market off
10c to 16c, reaching $1.05 to $1 10 sucked.
Cold storngo Baldwin apples llrm nt west
ern Now York f. o b. stations mound $4.23
nor tiurrol, Northwestern extra fancy
wlnpsapn llrm In New York, $1.50 to $( 50.
Yollow onions slightly weaker ut 75a per
OAIHY I'ltODUCTS - Hotter markets
gained strength during week; prices of
higher guides advanced Vie to lc almost
dally. 1'rlces, 92 score, domestic; Now
York, noston and Chicago, 47c; Philadel
phia, 48c. Cheese market Is rather weak
und qulot. With lower prices at Wiscon
sin inarkots trading has hecomo more, nc
tlvo nnd majority Balos ptlco most styles
fresb checso Ik iV.e.
LIVI-J HTOCK-Wlth tho exception of
sheep nnd lambs Chicago llvo stock prices
showod advances comparod with a wcok
ago, Hogs advanced 25c to 50c. Hoof
steers C5o to 85c. feeder steorB Kc to $1
por 100 pounds. Common cown nnd heifers
iinclmnged tint hotter grades wero COc to
.fie higher. Fat Iambi decllnod Wc to $1,
feedli g lambs 60o to 75e; yoarllngs, 23c to
50c lowor; fnt owes steady to 2f.o higher.
1'obriiary 17th Chicago prices: Hogs, bulk
of unloff. $9 to $9.75; medium nnd good boot
steors, js.40 to $10.15; butcher cows nnd
he'fers $1 to $9.25; fcedor steers. $7 to
J8,iR; light and medium weight vent cnlves,
$9,50 to $12.25; fat lambs, $6 to $9.30: feed
ing lambs, $0.25 to $7,50: yearlings. $3.60 to
$7.25; fat owes, $3.50 to $5.25.
MAIL THIEVES GET $500,000
Dandlts Raid Rail Platform Near To-
ledo and Flee With Registered
Pouches In Auto.
Toledo, O., Feb. 11). Police imvi
recovered u stolen autnmoblln used
by ImmlltH In holding up four em
ployees of the Toledo post olllec uml
stealing nine sacks of vuluuhle mall.
I'onlul employees admitted that the
loss may totnl nearly $!00,(X)(). Po
lice claim that the loss In currency
ntoii" will bo between ?:i()0.(KM) null
THHMMH). No clue us to the Identity of
the robbers hits been obtained. The
tnull sacks, four of them containing
registered mall amounting In vulue to
hundreds' of thousands of dollars, were
thrown Into tho stolen car after the
Imutllts forced the postal employees to
lie down on the lloor. The bandits
tied, hastily pursued by postul ugents
FOUR DIE IN MINE BLAST
Miners Killed In Explosion in the
Liberty Coal Shaft Near
Kvnnsvllle, Ind., Feb. 17. Four
miners are dead as a result of mi ex
plosion In the Liberty coal mine near
Francisco, :i() miles northeast of here.
Tho mine Is reported on tire.
Pletro Ouzzl, Tenor, la Dead.
Sun Hernardlni). Oal., Feb, 18. Tho
death of IMetro Iluzzl, formerly Italian
operatic tiiior, wits announced at tho
state hospital near hero.
Will Flnht to Finish.
Chicago. Feb. 21. The demand of
railroad labor unions fur national col
lectlvn bargaining, which they strove
In have roeognUed by tho labor board,
vw flatly rejected by the Association
of Hallway Incentives.
Argentina Is Balky.
Iliienos Aires-, Feb. 21. Argentina
has refused the request of the allies
thut she tuke measures to prevent
German exportation of war material
to Argentina In violation of thu treaty
MEMBERS OF HOUSE VOTE TO
REDUCE PAY OF 8EVERAL
GOVERNOR INCLUDED IN LIST
Bill Is Placed on General File and
Lively Contest Is Expected When
Measure Is Introduced for
Lincoln There Is now on general
fllo In the lowor branch of the legis
lature a bill proposing to scalo down
tho salaries of Nebraska's stuto ofll
cors and Judges below the amounts
tentatively fixed in tho now constitu
tion, as follows:
Governor and supreme court Judges,
from J7.G00 a year each to $6,000.
Attorney general und state treasur
er, from $3,000 to $1,500.
Secrotary uf state, auditor, dand,
commissioner, railway commissioners,
atato Ruporlntondent, and district
court Judges, from $5,000 to $4,000.
This bill was tho center of a hot
fight in tho house when majority and
minority roports upon it wero present
ed by tho commltteo on fees and
Following a half hour's discussion
and maneuvering by supporters and
opponents of the bill, a roll call was
ordered on tho question of adopting
tho minority report Tho motion was
defeated after a call of tho house had
boon declared and several absentees
brought in. This action placed the
bill on general fllo.
Another bill reported In by tho fees
and salaries commltteo for tho general
fllo Is ono fixing tho pay of deputy
stato officers, tho governor's secretary
and tho socrotarles of tho stato rail
way commission and tho board of con
trol. This bill was prepared and In
troduced at tho instance of somo of
tho officials benefitted. It fixed the
pay of all of thorn at $3,000 a year.
Tho commltteo trimmed this amount
Tho secretary of tho railway com
mission already rocolvod $2,500, so
that tho amended bill allows him no
ralso. Tho board of control secretary
and most of tho deputy Btato ofllcors
have beon drawing $1,800, but the
attorney general's doputy got $2,000.
Tho govornor's secrotary has also
beon getting $2,000.
Will Support Railway Commission
Full moral support and such finan
cial aid as Is necessary to carry thru
the struggle by tho Nebraska stato
railway commission with tho Inter
state commerce commission, Is extend
ed in a resolution presented in tho
lower houso by Representatives Wil
liams nnd Snow.
It Is further resolved that thq. Ne
braska delegates in the national con
grosB bo urged to glvo tholr support
to amendments which will restoro to
tho stnto supervision of railroad rates
within Its boundaries In the event that
tho courts Bitstaln tho interstate com
mission. Appoint Immigration Committee
As tho result of Inquiries by na
tional organization Interested in tlio
adoption of somo doflnlto Immigration
policy by tho United Stntes govern
ment, which came to GovornOr Mc
Kolvlo and wero referred by him to
tho legislature, a special commltteo
was appointed in tho houso by
Speaker Anderson to consider tho
mattor and submit roconimondntions.
Messrs. Douglus, Davis and Hiyjcnll
woro named on this commltteo. Mr.
Davis is tho Introducor of tho Jap
anese land bill.
Anti-Jap Bill Passes House
Tho houso refused to backtrack on
Its Btnnd against Japanese agricultur
ists lu Nebraska when It passed tho
Davis antl-AsIntic measure This bill
oxcludeB Japanese. Chlaeso and low
casto. Hindus from owning real estate
lu this stato. It does not doslgnnto
tho groups, but docs deslgnato all
allons who are Ineligible to become
citizens of tho United States, and
thoso Asiatics aro tho lueligtbles.
Will Consider Rural Credits Plan
What Ib known as tho South Dakota
plan of rural credits, based on the
Issuanco and sale of bonds by tho
stato and loaning tho proceeds dlroct
to farmers on land mortgage security,
will soon come boforo tho Nebraska
legislature for consideration. Tho
Lynn bill, providing for a system of
this kind, has beon reported by tho
finance commltteo for passage inthe
houso and will bo considered when It
Is reached on the general file.
Kill Standard Loaf Bill
Tho senate Indefinitely postponed a
bill Introduced by Smith of Douglas,
to requro bakers to sell standard
sized loavos of bread, or loaves of
ono pound and ono und ono-half
Argumonts against tho bill were
that thoru was no particular demand
for it, and that It would work a hard
ship on thu smallor bakers out in the
Return From Inspection Trip
Representatives SandqulBt and Wal
lace, members of tho houso finance
commltteo, have returned from nn In
spection trip to Hastings, Kearney
and Oraud Island. They Inspected
tho state hospital at Hastings, the In
dustrial school and tho tubercular hos
pital at Kearney nnd tho soldiers'
homo nt Grand Island,
Whllo they were not disposed to
mako public their deductions, both
fcmmbora lndlcatod that they may have
something strong and certain to say
In regard to tho soldiers' home.
News of All Kinds Gathered From
Various Points Throughout
OF INTEREST TO ALL READERS
The army recruiting stution nt Fre
mont hns been closed.
Columbus Elks will soon Initiate n
class of over 100 candidates.
A wireless .station has been Installed
by the lilgh school ut Shlckley.
Deshler Is to have n municipal bath
ing beach ami artificial lake for boat
ing. Madison county will spend about
$fiO,000 on good roads the coming sen
son. Unable to make a profit, tho owners
of the Slnpleton hotel have closed Its
Hentriee biHlness men are rnlslng a
fund to equip the new national guard
Nebraska's subscription to the Na
tional European Itellef fund amounted
to over $,l.riO,()'H).
Three hundred dollars' worth of
tires were stolen from the Henry Most
garage ut Kiweoe-.
The Nebraska Music Teachers' con
vention will be held In Fremont on
April 11, 12 and III.
The Merna high school debating
team won from Uroken How In a .state
Mrs. L. L. Snider, past grand matron
of the Nebraska Eastern Star, Is dead
at her home In Osceola.
"Hetter Citizen.shlp Week" will be
obM;rvod by the Hlalr public schools,
beginning February 28.
More live stock was shipped from
Ord last week than during a similar
period for many inontlist
f'ecll F. Laverly, aslstant attorney
general, is dead at his home at Nur
well, of cancer of the .stomach.
Tho Hlue Springs consolidated school
will be ready for occupancy March 10.
This structure will cost $100,000.
The Loup City Masonic lodge has
purchased property on which they will
shortly begin tho erection of a temple.
Millions of gold ilsh have beet, dis
covered in a lake near Hlg tsprThgs.
They are of the Japanese fantall va
riety and weigh from several ounces
to u pound.
The Children Civic Relief associa
tion has raised more than $1,000 In
n campaign for funds to carry on local
Mrs. Sarah Finch, who died at Ar
nold recently, left $17,500 for the
equipment of a free library building
for that place.
Nearly 500 llien participated lu a
wolf hunt along tho river near Nnpo
nee, and the day's drive resulted In
five unlmals killed.
Many farmers around Callaway are
marketing their wheat and corn crops
and the elevators are doing more busi
ness than for months.
A warehouse belonging to a Norfolk
hide and meat company, was badly
damaged by a mysterious blaze. Many
hides and pelts wero duniaged.
The Crete Milling company ut May
wood lias begun work on opo of the
largest natural Ice plants In the state.
The plant will cove- twelve ncres.
Rons Trexler, a North Platte youth,
was electrocuted lu the machine room
of n motion picture houso there, when
2,:?00 volts passed through his body.
Duroc hogs sold for an average of
.$81. -10 each nt the Davis, Jncobs &
Anderson sale at Hay Springs, the first
of Its kind ever held in that section.
The new well for the city of Deshler
is completed nnd ready for the pump.
It Is l.'ll feet deep with 57 feet of pure
water coming from a bed of coarse
Mrs. George Lewis of Madison was
badly scalded when she fell with a pot
of hot coffee she was serving, throw
ing the contents over her arms and
The Humboldt fire department gave
Its annual celebration last week. A
street parade and Indoor circus, with
music by u band from the membership,
Carl Christian nehmlow, SW, Is dead
on the farm near Columbus, which he
hoiiiesteaded lu 1808, us the result of
a broken hip sullen. d when he fell
from a wagon.
Over 100,000 of the 220,000 motor
vehicle owners in Nebraska have not
taken out their 1021 licenses, accord
ing to a letter from Secretary George
E. Johnson of the state department, lu
charge of registration. The secretary
authorizes the arrest of every driver
who has not his 1021 number plate.
Reports from sales In the Loup
Valley Miow that very good prices ure
belilg paid for the stuff sold.
A petition signed by many business
men has been presented to the city
council of Rrokeu Row asking a special
election be called to vote on Increasing
ihe capacity and eillclency of the mu
nicipal lighting plant.
Men who left the farm fo the city
during the period of high wages are
returning to till tho soil in great num
bers, according to Miss .Frances 1.
Robinson, officer in charge of the fed
eral free employment ollices at Lin
coln. F. W. Ixmhrlng, director of physical
education ut the state university, was
elected prosldent of the Society of Di
rectors of I'll) steal Education lu Col
leges at Its recent meeting In Chicago.
Alvln- Wright, u fi-year-old Nebraska
City lad, Is In u serious condition us
the result of nu auger bunging In n
work shop In the home falling on his
Following a brief debate members of
tho Nebraska Lumber Dealers' associa
tion nt Its session at Omaha,, adopted
a resolution calling upon labor organ
izations to reduce their wige scales as
nearly as possible to the 10 1U basis.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn of Alma
celebruted their golden wedding anni
versary Inst week. Sixty guests, in
cluding members of the G. A. R. and
W. R. C. took part.
Four head of horses and thousnnda
of dollars' worth of feed wero destroy
ed when the barn on the farm of Mrs.
Carrie Stevens nenr Alma was burned.
"A lantern started the blaze.
The 5,000-acre ranch owned by J. W.
Hlckenbottom, near Rroken Row, bus
been sold to James Saxon of Clarlndn,
In., for $110,000. IIIckenLottom re
serves half the mineral rl-jhts.
Declaring Hint Jts plant In Fremont
cannot be operated nt a profit with a
competitor In thu fluid the Henry L.
Doherty Co., of 2iiv York, will offer
Its gas plant for sale to the city.
Expecting to reach Washington by
March 4 to witness the Inauguration
of President-elect Harding, W. 1. St.
Helen, a Loup county ranch owner,
bus started afoot on his Journey.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Green celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary nt
St. Edward nt a Jmnquot at the Meth
odist church, tendered by their chil
dren nnd members of the church.
In n ruld by Omaha police morphine
and cocaine to tho iimount of $10,000
worth was discovered and confiscated.
A quantity of hypodermic needles and
other equipment was also captured.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Medlar of Crete
celebrated their fiftieth wedding anni
versary last week. They were mar
ried n half n century ugo near Dixon,
III., nnd soon after moved to Nebraska.
Funds raised at tlio annual concert
of the Keurney municipal band will bo
used to defray expenses of the organ
ization, during tlio summer In giving
concerts In other Buffalo county
E. Forcell of Scottsbluff was re
elected president and C. Renger of
Callaway was re-elected secretary of
the Nebraskn Hereford Breeders' as
sociation at the annual meeting at
Rumors that the League of Women
Voters will enter a candidate for city
commissioner at the Kearney election
in April, along with other local Issues,
have started the warmest municipal
campaign in years.
For the first thn; In Its history, a
Douglas county jury lias convicted u
woman of murder Mrs. Mary Newell
of Oniulia having been found guilty of
killing Jess Sllllk with a butcher knife
during a brawl December 5 last.
Cheyenne is the champion wheat
producing county In Nebraska. Final
reports reaching A. E. Anderson, fed
eral agricultural statistician, show
that tlio tolul production in Cheyenne
county last year was :s,102,7G0 bushels.
The tower of the Adams county
court house at Hastings, which was
built In 1800, will be torn down and
a full roof built to cover the building.
The tower sways In the wind nnd Is
dangerous. It is a landmark of the
Eight persons were Injured, three
seriously, liulf a dozen women fainted
and scores of shoppers had narrow es
capes from Injury when u temporary
scaffold being used to clean the cell
ing collapsed In an Omaha department
The annual trip of students of the
college of agriculture, University of
Nebraska, to the South Omului stock
yards and packing houses was made
lust week, In charge of Professor
Gramlich of the department of animal
Normuii (Nels) Johnson, who shot
Detective Arthur Cooper at Omnlui a
few weeks ago, was found guilty of
murder In the first degree and sen
tenced to the penitentiary for life. Tho
jury, deliberated seventeen und one
Safety deposit boxes containing
$11,000 in Liberty bonds, ,$S,000 In cor
tilllcates of deposit anil $10,000 In
notes were found cached in a culvert
near IJluehill. The boxes were stolen
from the Guide Rock State bank three
One hundred fires lu December, 20 of
which were in Lincoln and 20 in
Omaha, caused total losses of $151,
2U).:i5, according to the monthly bul
letin Just Issued by State Fire Mar
shal C. E. Hartford.
Accidents to workmen reported In
Nebraska Increased from 1,082 In 1015
to i:i,(i"0 In 1020, and compensation
Increased from it totnl of $51,107.:!" In
1015 to $5IO,21.'5.0S, according to tho
biennial report of State Labor Com
missioner Frank Kennedy.
Murch 7-10 has been designated by
the Otnalui Jobbers as "Merchants'
Week." Invitations have gone out to
merchants of Nebraska, western Iowa,
South Dakota uud Kansas and It Is
anticipated that the attendance will bo
larger than during former years.
A "Better Citizenship week" to be
observed by Nebraska schools Is
planned by J. II. Beveiidge, president
of the Nebraska State Teachers' as
sociation, for Feh-uury 28 to March 4.
The purpose Is to educate pupils In
the Ideals of America, as exemplified
by the lives of the great men and
women of the country.
At a meeting at Blair, attended by
over 200 farmers It was unanimously
decided to curry on a membership
campaign for the state farm bureau In
Washington county, even though thero
Is no county bureau or agricultural
At a meeting held in Lincoln re
cently, more than' 1100 Nebraska farm
ers "swore off" buying blue sky stocks.
Figures pre.-euteil by C. II. Gustnfson
showed that more than $00,000,000
worth of blue sky stocks have been
purchased In Nebraska In the past few
A total of 145,2S0,OOO bushels of po
tatoes remains In the Lands' of produc
ers and dealers, according to a state
ment Issued by A. K. Anderson, federal-state
crop statistician, based upon
the January Information collected for
all states by the bureau of crop estimates.
Jf RS. J. M. CRAIG, of Loi An
eles, Calif., who lays no one
can feel more grateful for what
Tanlao has done than the doei.
Declares the hat gained twelve
pounds and her health it mow bet
ter than in years.
"Of all the people who have taken
Tanlac, I don't believe there Is nny
onc who feels any more grateful to It
than I do," was the statement made
recently by Mrs. J. M. Craig of 074
East Fortieth street, Los Angeles.
"Like so ninny other families dur
ing the Influenza epidemic Inst year
we all had It, nnd my own Illness, to
gether with tho worry over the rest
of our family, brought on a case of
genuine nervous prostration.
"I was so weak I couldn't even
sweep the floor, and during the dny I I
would have to lie down four or five
times. I bled to wnll; but found out '
hnlf a block was all I could stain' be-
fore I gave out. Nervous spells came ,
on me often.
"Every medicine I tried failed to
rench my case until finally my hus
band urged me to try Tanlac, nnd I
am Indeed thnnkful that he did, for
it proved to be just whnt I needed.
"The first two bottles didn't seem
to help me. I guess that was because
I was so extremely bad off, but on the
third bottle I could tell I was Improv
ing and that gave mo more hopes than
ever of getting well.
"My Improvement from then on was
rnpid nnd by the time I bad tnken ,
Ave bottles of Tanlac I was better I
and stronger than I hnd been In years.
I was sleeping soundly at night nnd
had gained twelve pounds in weight.
"That was several months ago nnd
from then until now I hnvo been In as
good health as I ever was In my life
and have been doing all tho house
work by myself. ,
"It Is simply remarkable how Tnn-
lac hns built mc up and I have told
everyone of my friends nnd relatives
what a wonderful medicine it is."
Tanlac Is sold by lending druggistp
True to Form.
Mother Well, dear, has Jack kissed
you under tho mistletoe?
Small Daughter (demurely) 1'es,
Mother And did you enjoy It?
Small Daughter Yes, thank you,
mother, but (very demurely) I strug
gled. London Punch.
WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT
Thousands of women have kidney and
bladder trouble and never suspect it.
Womens' complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other or
gans to become diseased.
Fain in the back, headache, loss of am
bition, nervousness, aro often times symp
toms of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug store, may
be Just the remedy needed to overcome
Get a medium or largo size bottle im
mediately from any drug store.
Ilowevcr, if you wish first to test tins
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., "Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this .paper. Adv.
Evidence to the Contrary.
"The argument you are using, sir,
does not leave you a leg to stand on."
"It certainly must, for It is made up
entirely of foot notes."
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion ot the ear.
Catarrhal Deafness requires constitu
tional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE Is a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an In
flamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube !
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entire
ly closed. Deafness Is the result Unlesa
the Inflammation can bo reduced, yoi
hearing may bo destroyed foreer.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acta
through the blood on the mucous sur
faces of the system, thus reducing the In
flammation and restoring normal condi
tions. Circulars free. Alt Druggists.
S J. Cheney & Co Toledo, Ohio.
"Waiter, I ordered vegetabto soup."
Well, sir?" k ,
mils has a fly In It." w
Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashes
That Itch and burn with hot bathi
of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cutlcura Ointment
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially If a little of the fragrnnt Cutl
cura Talcum Is dusted on at the nn
Ian. 25c each everywhere. Adv.
A girl seldom begins to take life
seriously until sho has been np against
ace case of unrequited love.
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