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THE 8EMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRA8KA.
. L. DOUGLAS
HEN'S WOMEN'S i ,3'2.
WmAhJ SSmiWSKmjJWMi Jm
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
, WEABINQ W. L. DOUOLAS SHOES.
Far 31 years W. I. Douslas hns smaranteod th
Talus by havlnif hl namo and the retail price,
tamped on tho sole bofora the shoes leave the fac
tory. This protects tho wearer against hlsh prices
for Inferior shoes of other makes. W. 1.. Douglas
shoes are always worth what tou par for them, if
you conld are liow care frill r w. 1.. Douglas shoes are
made, and the high grade leather lined, you would then
andersund why they look belter, fit better, hold their
shape and wear longer than other makes for the price.
If the W. ) Douglas shoes are not for sale In your
vicinity, order direct from factory. Shoes tent every.
where, l'oatage free In the u. 8. Writ lor lllua-
imtctl 'iitnliK showing how to order by mall.
W. B. DOUULi.B, UO Spark St., lirotkton, Mats.
Stella Do you believo In lovo nt
Bella Oil, yes; until you get youY
JUDGE CURED, HEART TROUBLE.
I took about 6 boxes 'of Dodds Kid
ney Pills for Heart Troublo from
which I had suffered for 6 years. I
had dizzy spells, my eyes puffed,
my breath was
short and I had
chills and back
ache. I took tho
pills about a year
ago and havohad
no return of tho
now C3 years old,
ablo to do lots of
manual labor, am
and weigh about
well and hearty
200 pounds. I feel very grateful that
I found Dodds Kidney Fills and you
may publish this letter If you vlsh. I
am eerving my third term as Probato
Judgo of Gray Co. Yours truly,
PHILIP MILLER, Cimarron, Kan.
Correspond with Judge Miller about
this wonderful remedy.
Dodds Kidney Pills, BOc. per bos at
your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. "Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and re
clpes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent free.
If you would be regarded as wise all
you have to do la hand people the
ndvico they want.
Money for Christmas.
Selling guaranteed wear-proof hosi
ery to friends & neighbors. Big. Xmas
business. Wear-Proof Mills, 3200
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Adv.
Some women can't lose the married
look, even otter they become widows
the Best Music
for One Dollar
. SCimiMKIl. (Inc.) tho front
music publtshors of New York,
have just Issued tho most mar
velous music collection ever pub
lished THE FAMILY
800 PAGES 252 PIECES
A NECESSITY IN EVEKY 3IUSIO
IIS lMnno Solos I) four-Hand rleccn
4 Mx-lliuid rieceg 113 bout
1-1 Vocal Duels
252 pieces In all, printed from
beautltully engraved plates. It It
itxli! Inches, handsomely bound In
llexlblo cloth and weighs (our
and tv quarter munds.
Tho list Includes drnwinrj-room
pieces; operatic; Sunday music;
asy classics; marches: waltzes;
tangoes; Jigs, etc ; lialiad.-i; con
vivial songs; plantation; children's
and sacred songs; national and sa
The musio Is selected from works
of classic nnd modern composers,
nnd also Inrludes many favorites
universally Known nnd loved. All
1'lano Numbers aro moderately dif
ficult, all Sonfrs aro for medium
voice, und havo easy accompanl.
THE FAMILY MUSIC BOOK
Hill be sent expressaga paid on re
ceipt of V 45 by tho publishers,
O.SCIUItMEK, Inc., DKl'T. A.
a Eimt 4:ird .St. Xw York
or tho Boston Shinto Co , Boston, Slaw .
or R. W Heffolllnser, Los Angelas, Oil.
Descriptive Circular on Application.
"Equity IlranU" Cottou Heed Mrul Cake Mo
laftHes, Fattener. All Feeds for tlie Feeiler.Writo
fordellvcredpricen. Wobuj necoud-liaiul mickx.
fttdm' Supply U, loUy the Sink hdune EUt , S. OiuSi, Mr.
Rooms from tl.00 up alnole. 75 cents up double.
CAFE PRICES REASONABLE
KLIS3 & WELLMAW
Live Stock Commission Merchants
51-200 Kxcliangu lltilldlur, South Omaha
All stock consigned to us Is sold by members of tho
firm, and all employees bare been selected and
trained tli -ork which they do. HrU-k,-iilp at
is constantly growing in favor because) it
Docs Not Stick to the Iron
and it will not injure tho finest fabric. For
laundry purpose, sit has no equal. 16 oz.
package 10c 1-3 more starch for same money.
DEFIANCE STARCH CO- Omaha, Nebraska
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION OF A CULVERT
Consideration of Economy and Safety
Demands Employment of Other
Material Than Wood.
By far tho greater number of cul
verts und bridges on our public roads
have a span of less than fifty feet. In
the paBt these structures havo, In gon
ernl, been built of wood, but lumber so
exposed In this dry climato Is subject
to rapid decay, writes Walter Graham
In Denver Field and Farm. Conse
quently these structures require n
great deal of repair and frequent re
newals. The ever-Increasing price of
lumber Is making the further use of
wood for this claBS of structures more
and more Indefensible. The loads
which our highway structures are
called upon to sustain aro also Increas
ing. In many of our agricultural lo
calities the movement of steam road
rollers nnd heavy traction engines Is
seriously hampered because of weak
bridges and culverts. Consideration
of economy and safety demands tho
uso of other materials than wood in
tho construction of culverts and
Durability is of the grenlest econo
mic importance. In many sections a
large proportion of tho nnnual road
levy is expended lnvrepalr and renewal
of wooden culverts and minor bridges,
and it is not unusual to find this prac
tice defended on the ground that the
county or district cannot afford to
build the higher-priced permanent cul
verts. This notion is simply a false
sense of economy. True, the Ilrst cost
of tho permanent structure is greater,
but thore tho outlay ends, while with
wooden culverts there is a largo an
nual outlay for repair, as well as fre
quent renewals. Anyone interested In
road improvement will find it most In
teresting to secure the following data
for his own county or district: The
number of culverts, cost of labor and
material for repair and renewal each
year, average life of wooden culverts
nnd the ordinary life of wooden bridge
floors. Then he could compute how
long it would bo before tho actual
present expenditure would pay for per
Later improvements in the manufac
ture of Iron have made this material
more genorally uvuilable for use in cul
vert construction. A special quality of
iron, very low In carbon, resists cor
rosion so well as to make its use ad
visable in many cases, and this is un
Important point for. tho irrigated dis
tricts. The cutting away of the soil
by the water at tho inlet or outlet of
a clay or cement pipe is often respon
sible for its progressive break-down
and partial exposures of this charac
ter aro extremely dangerous in time
of freshet to any form of construction.
It Is doubtful Whether the majority of
practical roadbuilders have given con
sideration to the fact that by building
sultablo wing walls for any bridge or
pipe they can very largely increase its
carrying capacity. A V-shaped entrance-way
so increuses the velocity
of the water as to enable a given con
duit to perform tho work of one of
much larger dlamoter which has an
end wall at right angles to tho flow.
BAD ROADS VERY EXPENSIVE
Value of Horses and Mules In One
County in Missouri Deteriorated
3 Per Cent Annually.
From the 1910 United States census
reports it is found that the value ot
horses and mules In ono county in
Missouri was ?8P.1,08!). The value of
farm vehicles, harness and other
equipment was ?37fi,000, making a to
tnl of $1,206,089. Tho present roads
of the county cause ail animals, vohi
cles and harness to deteriorate three
per cent por annum faster than they
would on improved roads. Throe per
cent of $1,200,089 is $P.0.182
This Is only one source of loss
which the county must bear every
year on account of bad roads. Again,
tho cost per ton mile for hnuling on
tho roads in the county is 30 cents,
while the cost on good roads Is only
11 cents per ton mile, thus saving
10 cents per ton mile.
There ure about ono hundred thou
sand Ions hauled an average of Ave
miles in 'the county; 75 per cent of
this amount woufii bo over improved
roads provided the present bond issue
Seventy-live per cent of tho 100,000
tons equal 75,000 tons.
This amount hauled Ave miles rep
resents '175,000 ton miles; 375,000 tons
multiplied by 10 cents equals $00,000
plus $30,182 equals $90,182 total nn
nual loss on account of present roads
as compared to Improved roads. This
annual loss would be eliminated if the
main or heavily traveled roads of tho
county were Improved.
New Roads for New York State.
Now York will construct during the
current year nearly four hundred and
thirty miles of Improved roads of the
best types under tho direction of tho
stnto highway department Of this
aggregate about ono hundred and
twenty-six miles will consist of con
crete roads, 42 miles of brick rouds,
229 miles of bituminous macadam
roadB, 220 miles of waterbound ma
cudam road, and about six miles of
miscellaneous types. This mileage
comprises tho roads which have been
put under contract to Juno 1.
COVER CROPS FOR ORCHARDS
Any rlant Producing Large Amount
of Green Material to Be Plowed
Under Can Be Used.
(By ii I'. SAN'DrjIlSTISN. Colorndo Agri
What crop to use in orchards can
best bo determined by local conditions
and character of soil. In other words,
the choice of plantB Is a local prob
lem. Any crop that will produco it
largo amount of green material to bo
plowed under enn be usod. Onta sown
early in the spring will form a heavy
mat ol horbago and should be plowed
under when In milk. Kcd clover Is nn
other excellent crop, but in this case
tho clover crop should remain in tho
orchard for two years. The first crop
cl clover should bo cut and left on tho
ground, while tho second crop should
bo plowed under when In blossom
Tho fruit growers should bear in mind
that tho orchard is not n hay Held and
that very llttlo good will result from
tho uso of cover crops if tho crop Is
ctlt for hay. Besides, there Is danger
from poisoning if tho orchard Is
sprayed with arsenical poisons. Al
falfa is not adapted to orchards, as It
is difficult to erudicato and no orchard
should bo left permanently in sod.
Tho question is sometimes naked:
Why cannot weeds be used as cover
crops? Tho objection to weeds Is
mostly from the fact that they do not
mature at tho same time and in order
to get tho best results they havo to
bo cut too early, and even then some
species of plnnts will havo already
matured their seeds, which afterwards
may bo difficult to eradicate. Field
peas is another excellent crop for the
orchard. The point that tho writer
wishes to emphasize is that the use
of a cover crop Is not primarily to In
crease tho fertility of the land, but to
add vegotnblo matter.
STRAWBERRIES UNDER GLASS
Choice Fruit for Family Table May
Be Raised by Use of Cold Frames
Use Any Variety.
Choice fruit for tho family table may
bo raised by the following method:
Strawberries for winter fruiting, stout,
stocky plnnts of this yenr's growth,
should bo carefully taken up with
balls of earth and placed In tho cold
frames before the ground freezes,
manure should bo spread between
tho rows. Slide on tho sash at night
and cold, wet days. Cover with straw
mats at night, but give an abundance
of air when the weather is mild. Keep
the soil moist and mellow. Tho latter
part of Januury tho outside frames
should bo lined with 20 inches of horse
Manure should ho spread between
heat from the manure will start the
plants into growth. Air in tho middle
of any mild day. Put on extra mate
when nights nre frosty. Any good,
perfect, lloworlng variety may be used
When plnnts nre in bloom take a
whisk broom and gently shako the
llower stems to distribute the pollen
FRUIT IN ATTRACTIVE FORM
Never Pack Wormy, Badly Bruisec
and Poor Apples In Same Package
Make Quality Uniform.
iHy n. S MACKINTOSH)
Tho way fruit is put on tho market
determines whether It will sell at the
highest llgure. If we are to bo sue
cebsful In disposing of tho surplus
fruit we must be sure tho fruit Is
packed in an nttractlvo manner. Tlit
package often sells tho fruit.
In tho ilrst place the apples should
bo hand picked. In tho second place
clean boxes or ban els should bo used
Do not put choice npples in old boxes
sacks or barrels. I'aek tho apples
tightly to prevent bruising.
Select tho typo of package best
suited to tho demands of tho market
Some markets wnnt npples In boxes,
while others profer the barrel. Al
ways consider tho other fellow. Would
you want to buy apples that were
wormy, badly bruised, good und bad
in tho samo package-? No! you want
apples of uniform quality, put up in
an attractive form.
Tho sod-mulch treatment of tho soil
In apple orchards cannot bo gonerally
recommended for our state conditions,
says a Now York Btato bulletin. Occa
sionally, however, In exceptional loca
tions, it proves more proiltublo to leave
an orchard in sod, nnd cut tho grass to
servo as mulch over tho treo roots,
than to plow down tho cover crops in
tho spring and keep tho soil clean and
well stirred during tho summer.
I The Christian
Dr RtV. WILLIAM HVANS. 1). D. f
Director of bible Count, Moody Uible IniUute X
' Cruet to l
TKXT And whatsoever ye do In word
or deed, do In the niitiiu of the lxird Jesus,
Riving thanks to God und the Father by
lillil Col. 3 17.
1. Tho true
realize tho true
should exist be
tween work and
If life Is not to
be one round of
work, It most cer
tainly Is not to be
all ono round of
not amusement, Is
tho chief end of
man. hot us not
miss this point
work, not amuse
ment, is the business of life. God hns
laid upon every man tho necessity of
ork. und for this reason has distrib
uted "to every man his work." Is It
not Just In this connection that wo
maj ho justified In finding fault with
the professional sport, tho muu who
gives up his whole life to pleasure?
When the main thing In college and
unlveislty life is athletics nre wo not
justified In protesting that life's main
purpose is being lost sight of? Play
and amusement is but a side issue In
Hie; when it becomes the whole
thing, then it is harmful and sinful, no
matter whether tho amusement in
question bo in tho forbidden category
or not; then oven innocent amusement
becomes morally bad. Amusement 1b
to work what whetting the scythe is to
harvesting; ho who never stops to
create an edge tolls hard nnd cutB but
little, while ho who whets tho scythe
all day cuts none. U tho mother en
joys amusements more than sho does
her children, the wife more than her
domestic duties, tho husband more
than his home, tho man more than his
labor, und tho student more than his
books, then nmusements aro harmful
2. The true Christian will see to it
that his amusements nre really recre
ative, nnd not dissipative.
A man may llo so long in a bath
that ho comes out of it all exhausted,
or he can take a plunge or shower and
como out all tho better prepared for
tho duties of life. So is it with amuse
ments; It may be just tho opposite
Tho amusements of the Chrlstinn
should build up lost tissue, rest the
tired body and rejuvenate tho jaded
mind, they must build up tho whoio
mnn physically, mentally, mornlly
1. The Christian's pleasures will
recreate physically. The body of tho
Christian is tho temple of the holy
ghost. It is 'incumbent upon him
therefore that ho keep his body in as
good, clean, pure, and healthy a con
dition ns possible. Tho body needs
relaxation; it needs rest from tho
struin and tension of life; It needs
now blood, now nerve tissues; It needs
by means of recreation, to bo better
fitted for the real tusks that lie with
in its sphere of labor.
Tho test tho Christian must apply to
Ills pleasures Is this: do they recreate
and restoro tho waste tissues of tho
body? Excess in athletics is not rec
reation. Young men have died from
ovor-straln in running; girls havo
been mined for life by oxcohslvo rope
jumping. Many pleasures dlsslpnte
the powers of tho body instead of re
creating them. Apply such a tost to
certain forms of popular nmusements
prevalent today: tho theater, tho
dance, tho enrd party. Do they recre
ate, or do they dissipate? Ilo they
violate tho laws of physical health by
their Into hours, their impure atmos
phere, their mode of dress and con
duct, or aro they perfectly coiiBistont
with tho observance of the laws of
good health and hygiene? If these
amusements violate tho laws of
health, then, until sunli times ns they
can he brought within tho realm or
recreative pleasures, the Christian
must place thorn on tho forbidden list.
2. The pleasures of tho Clnintinn
should recrento mentally Tho physi
cal mubt not bo developed at tho ex
pense of tho mental. Ginntism must
by no means supplant inteliectuallsm.
Mind is gronter than body, as Olnd
stono nnd Hlsmurck aro greater than
John L. Sullivan or James J. Jeffries.
Tho Clirlstlnn must ask himseir, there
fore, "What effect do my pleasures
and amusements havo upon my mind,
my thought, my thinking? Do they
build up, onnoblo, purify, hnnctlfy; or
do they dobnso, befoul, besmirch, do
hauch? Is my thinking higher, nobler,
more God-llko because of tho pleas
ures in which I engage?"
All things aro not to bo Judged by
tho eyo; tho mind discerns also.
Shakespeare speaks of tho man "who
hath a body filled with it vacant mind,
gets him to rest crammed with dis
tressful broad." 'The Clirlstlnn Is to
judge his nmusements by this stand
ard. Apply this principlo to litera
ture. What books do v:e rend? If
tho Christian's master should inquire
"What readest thou?" what would be
our reply? Howuro lest our minds bo
como diseased by tho reading of light
and trashy Uteruturo
WAS VERY MUCH IN EARNEST
Woman's Desire for Liberation From
Wrecked Train Accompanied by
A fast "limited" wn3 bowling over
tho winds of Arizona. Just how It
happened was frequently oxplnlncd,
and novor understood, but ns tho train
sped along tho sldo of a parched rlvar
it suddenly loft tho mils, rolled down
tho bank and landed in three foot of
muddy water at tho bottom of tho
Within tho cara thoro was somo
nnturol confusion. Men, women and
lunch boxes woro thrown Into n heap,
nnd not an umbrella or a parcel was
loft in tho racks.
Ono by ono tho occupnnts of tho
roar car extricated themselves from
tho mnss and sought for menus ot es
cape, whllo Btanchlng various wounds
caused by brokon glass. Kvory exit
was Jammed tight. Just then, In the
midst of tho doubt and confusion, roso
a woman's volco in emphatic demand:
"Lot mo out! Lot mo out! If you
don't let mo out, I'll break a window."
HEAD IN WATERY PIMPLES
It. It. No. 1, Kyles, Ohio. "My ba
by's head when about a year old be
gan to break out with small watery
pimples causing her head to Itch. S)io
would scratch her head till tho blood
camo causing the lop of nor head to
bo In almost a solid oruptlon. The
pimples nt first woro nearly ns largo
as u pea and In patches which would
inflnmo nnd fester and when thoy
would como open would loavo a kind
of wet scales thoro for a few days. !
Then when it dried up it would leave !
scales on her head that caused her
hair to fall out Just In great "bunches.
"Ono day 1 happened to Beo Cuti
cura Soap nnd also Cutlcura Oint
ment advertised in a papor and I
ordored a sample of each. Thoy scorned
to help her head so much that I pur
chased a cake of Cutlcura Soap and a
box of Cutlcura Ointment and in two
weeks tlmo her head was sound and
well. Her hair had stopped falling
out nnd was also free from dandruff."
(Signed) Mrs. J. L. West, Feb. 20, '14.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
frco.with 32-p. Skin Hook. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dopt, L, Boston." Adv.
"So you went flailing with llrown
yesterday. What did you catch?"
"Ask I3rown. 1 forgot tho number
wo agreed on."
In taking revenge, n mnn is but
ovon with his enemy; but In passing
it over, ha is superior. Philosophy
Keeps the Twist in the Tail
Whets the appetite and makes
get more gooa out ot tlie lecu.
. - -
-finish when leu &bJPr . . - . .
cows give more
Try It for
docs for chickens
rBATT FOOD COMPANY. I'hUndetphla. Chlcado. Toronto
A man's house is his ensile until
ho putB it in his wife's name.
Be happy. Use Red Cross llnll Uluc;
much better than liquid blue. Delights
the laundrcHg. All grocers. Adv.
Thoy say It's good luck to pick up
pins, but you can't mako tho boy who
works in a. bowling alloy boliovo it.
Tomt own imunmsT wii.r, tkm, vod
Try Murlno Hjo Itemed? for lted, Woak, Watory
lSros ana Orunulatnd Hjrolldi; No Smanlng
lust Kyo. Comfort. Wrltn for liook of tbn Mjro
by null Freo. Murine Kyo llcuiiilr Co.. Chicago.
When n girl looks miserable oven a
wiso man can't tell whether It is be
cause of a broken heart or un aching
Important to mothers
Exnmino carefully every botUo of
CASTORIA, a safe and suro remedy for
infants and children, nnd sco that it
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher'a Castoria
No Need to Hurry.
"You're not 'uirjln' to work this
"I'm not that."
"S'poso a duko llko jou don't mind
losing arf an "our."
"Look 'ore, Hill, our timekeeper's
daughter was married yesterday, and I
tell you if 'o's there to time this morn'
'o's no father's 'curt." London Tit
Mr: AilJIt Catttlnstr of
CidarSt,, Calro.lll., tvrllf
Dr, It. V. Pltrct a follow:
"I tend 81 cents for your 'Com
mon Scnss Medical Adviser' for
rny daughter who lias recently
married and I know thobook will
boot much vnluo to tier. Ihivo
read and used for 25 years tho
valuable treatments contained
In tlio 'Medical Adviser1 end
havo taken many bottles of Dr.
I'icrco's Favorite Prescription,
nnd havo bocn restart! to health
each tlmo I uwd it. 1 1 Is n great
remedy fpr women as a strrnrth
builder, una for tho ntrvca and
Perona Cured This Man Of
Mr. If. B.
M a rylond,
years ago I bo
came a uuf
ferer with ca
and made mo
smell at nil,
nd my tasto
l-nd nlmn.qf left
mo. My head achca constantly, ana
at times had high fovcr and bleed
ing at tho nose. I was a perfect
"I tried several doctors, but derived
no relief. I read In ono of your lit-'
tlo booklets, called 'Ilia of Life. of
Pcruna bolng a remedy for catarrh,
and procured a bottlo at once. After
tho uso of ono bottlo I felt some bet
ter, so I tried tho second nnd tho
third, and now I am a well man."
"Just my luck! Sez 'c can't go to
tho front hecauso 'o's a married man."
Ten smiles for a nickel. Always buy lied
Cross Hall Uluc; have beautiful clear white
Once in nbout uoven thousand yenn
a man manages to hit tho mark when
ho shoots off his mouth.
The Cause Laid Bare
Tea and colteo drlnkpri o,ten notice
lincknche, herulachr, rhumntlo pnln, dls
xlncat, drowsy, tired foollnRi. disturbed
urination nnd other stgna of kidney wcak
nce Tho comtnnt uso ot nnrcotle oral-
cohollo drlnki Is very apt to Irrltato tho B
kldncyi, nnd weak itiancya need prompt
help to avert all danger ot dropoy, gravel
or fntul Ilrlsht'R dtaenso. Avoid tho ue
of itlmulanti, drink more water, net moro
ret, fresh air and exerclio To tono and
fttrencthen the tired kldnevi it Doan'ia
Kidney Pills, thn, most successful an 4
highly recommended kldnoy remedy.
A Nebraska Case.
Mrn. 'Wllllnm Dry
ant, Ninth und South
Bti , Dlixlr, Neb..
says: "My troublo
was caused by wealc
kidneys and blad
der and my wholo
system was uffeotcd.
Hearing; ot Donn's
Kidney Pills I tried
them and they not
my kidneys, but
toned up my system.
I have been n pro
fessional nurso for
twenty years and
Dniin'n TCMnov Pills
aro tho nrst proprietary medicine I have
ever used. I am pleased to acknowledge
Ct Donn's nt Any Store. BOc a Box
FOSTER-MILQURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
the hoe an casv feeder. Enables it to
Hogs lattcn faster and put on better
Jy3 Animal Kc&ulator
Stock owners And It IrullsnensnMc for fattening lions and maLlrnr
milk. Is like erren pasture for horses.
your stock on our unconditional money-back
cuarnnty u you nre not saiutieu.
Get It at your dealers. Did 20-lb. pall for 53.00. also In
smaller packages. Docs (or animals what
PpsttS, TouKry Regulator
keeps them healthy and on the Job. A.
necessity for winter egg! or for fattening. Packages iSGc up.
A complete line of Pratts at 40.000 dealers.
Can quickly be ovcrcomo by
act surely ana
gently on the
ness, nnd Indigestion. They do their duty.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE,
Genuine must bear Signature
;;WHY NPTTflY POPHAM'SJ
i Given Prompt uud rmltho Relief In Ecry
Case, hold by DrutfKltn. Price $1.00
Trial I'urknirH liv Wall 10e.
I WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prons.. Cleveland. 0.
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A toilet preparation of merit.
Jlt-ll to rradkata dandrull.
ForRetlorine Color and
Beauty toGray or Fndad Hair,
ftCo. and SL0O at Drucrirliita.
W. N. U OMAHA, NO. 43-1914.
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X"OMEN who aro restless, with
v v constant change of position, fidget
iness," who nro abnormally excitable or who
exporienco faintinpr or dizzjr spells, or nervous
headacho and wakefulness nro usually cufforcra
from the weaknesses of their sex.
js the Boothing, cordial and womanly tonic that
brings nbout nn invigorating calm to thonorvous
eyBtom. Overcomes tho weakness nnd tho drag
ping pains which rescmblo tho pains of rheu
matism. Thousands of women in tho past forty
years can bear vitness to its benefits.
Your dealer In medicines sell It In liquid or srurar
eoated tablet form; or you can Bend W one-cent stamps
for a trial box of Dr. I'icrco's Favorlto Prescription
tablets. Addrtss Dr. It. V. llerce. Invalid1 Hotel
and Surgical Institute. Duffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleiunt Pellets RegulsU nnd Invi;orea
Stomach, Liver nd Bvwelt, Snjar-Coatrd Tiny Granules.
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