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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Health Was Shattered
Mrs. Hayes Was Discouraged Until
Doan's Made Her Well.
"1 wa in il fM 1,M
trouble" savs Mfi Frank Hayes, 42
trover ot., jjosion. Mass. "When 1 got
up out of a chair, I felt as though
someone had ituck a knife into the
mall of my back and it fairly took
my breath away.
The kidney lecretiona
f ased often and only a
ittle at a time. They
were no scalding I would
cream o 1 believe I could
be heard a block away.
They deposited brick-dustlike
sediment and their
odor was something awful
My complexion became
Mllow and I had large
puus unaer my eyes.
"I was troubled with spells of gasp
ing for breath and had such dizzy at
tacks I often fell right over. Spots
floated before my eyes and 1 got so
nervous I couldn't stand any noise.
I cried over nothing at all, became ir
ritable and imagined all sorts of things.
My health was shattered and I be
"I continued to grow worse in spite
of any treatment and came pretty near
dying several times. After several
months of this horror, I heard about
Doan't Kidney Pilts. I used a drfzen
boxes of Doan's and was cured. I was
entirely well and have enjoyed good
health ever since."
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MKd M nMolVenaralloJiiflf As
jmi(ni;nd theTbod byRcgula-
a hMnful Remedy fbr.
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Acid-Stomach Steals Strength and
Good Feelings From Millions
One of the worst features of acid
stomach Is that very often It literally
tarvea Its victims In the midst of
plenty. And the strange thing about
It Is that tho people with acld-stoinuihs
seldom know what their trouble
No matter how good or wholesome
the food may be, or how much they
eat, they do not gain In strength.
This Is clearly explained by the fact
that an acid-stomach cannot properly
digest food. Instead of healthy, nor
mal digestion, the excess acid causes
tho food to soar and ferment. Then
when this mass of sour, fermented
food, charged with excess acid, passes
Into the Intestines, It becomes the
breeding place for all kinds of germs
and toxic prisons, which In turn aro
absorbed Into the blood and In this
way distributed throughout the entire
body. And that Is exactly why It Is
that so many thousands of people eat
and eat and keep on eating and yet
are literally starving In the nldst of
plenty. Their acid-stomachs make It
absolutely Impossible for them to get
tho full meoauro of nourishment out
of their food. And It doesn't take
long for this poor nourishment to show
Us 111 effect In n weakened, emaci
You may say : "My stomach doesn't
aurt me." That may be trao because
many victims of acid-stomach do not
actually suffer stomach pains. Then
again, there are millions who do suffer
all kinds of aches and pains head
aches, rheumatic twinges, gout, lum
bago, pains around the heart and In
the chest who never dream that an
t FOR YOUR
Why use ordlnnry cough remedies
when Boschee's Syrup hns been used
so successfully for fifty-one years In
all pnrta of the United States for
coughs, bronchitis, colds settled in tho
throat, especially lung troubles? It
gives the patient u good night's rest,
free from coughing, with easy expec
toration in tho morning, gives nature
n chance to soothe tho Inflamed parts,
throw off the disease, helping the pa
tient to regnln his health. Made In
America and sold for more than half
n century. Adv.
At the Zoo.
Bobby, aged 7, vu innklug his first
visit to the zoo. Ho looked around ut
tho various animals, and coming to a
cugo marked "Female," he rushed up
to his mother in great excitement.
"Oh, mother," lie said. "I've always
wnnted to see a 'Female,' and hero he
Is I" Cartoons Magazine.
To keep clean and healthy take Doctor
Plerce'a Pleasant Pellets. They regulate
liver, bowela and stomach. Adv.
When an occasion Is piled high with
dlllkulty, we must rise to the occa
sion. For sale, alfalfa $9; sweet clover f0 pel
tra. John Mulhall, Bloux City, Iowa.
Wonaer whnt tho critics would do
If nobody ever accomplished any
For Infanta and Children.
Mothers Know That
TMC 0MTUB MSMNT. NSW YORK CITY.
acid-stomach Is the real cause of - the
Naturally, the sensible thing to do
is to strike right at the very cause of
this trouble and clean the excess acid
out of the stomach. There Is u quick,
easy way to do this. A wonderful new
remedy quickly removes the excess
acid without the slightest discomfort
It Is BATONIC. Made In the form
of tablets they are good to eat Just
like a bit of candy. t They literally
absorb the Injurious excess acid and
carry It away through the Intestines.
They also drive the bloat out of the
body In fact you can fairly feel It
work. Make a test of EATONIC In
your own case today. Get a big box
of BATONIO from your druggist. See
for yourself how surely It brings quick
relief In those painful attacks of In
digestion, hitter heartburn, belching,
disgusting food repenting, that awful
bloated, lumpy feeling after eating and
other stomach miseries. Banish all
your stomach troubles so completely
that you forget you have a stomach.
Then you can eat what you like and
digest your food In comfort without
fear of distressing after effects.
If BATONIC does nut relieve you,
It will not cost you one penny. You
can return It to your druggist and get
your money back. So If you have tho
slightest question about your health
If you feel you are not getting all
the strength out of your food If you
are not feeling tip-top, ready for your
work, full of vim and vigor do give
BATOWlC a fair trial this very day
and nee how much better you will feel.
ACID-STOMACH ) y
Bears the $
Three Flying Circuses to Aid the Victory Loan
WASHINGTON. Three flying circuses of American, French nnd llrltlsh
nvlatois In American and captured (ionium Fokker plane vwlll tour tho
United States In connection with the Victory Liberty loan campaign, giving
aerial sham battles and acrobatics
pate. Bight French tlyers, one of whom
has a record of 411 victories, have come from Franco to take part. Photogra
phers of the signal corps will accompany each squadron. They will tnke war
photographs of each of tho American cities visited; tho plates will be dropped
from the airplanes by parachute and hurried reproductions made for the
benefit of the residents of all cities visited. Parades will precede tho flights.
The general xogrnm to be followed In each city visited will be as follows:
Two American scout planes will rise to drop Victory loan literature over the
city. Four "German" planes will then attack these two American planes In
the air. Four American planes will then drive off tho "German" planes, and
the flyers will give demonstrations of aerial acrobatics.
These tours and demonstrations will be under tho direction of the bureau
of publicity of the Victory loan organization. The actual flights will be under
tho direction of the military aeronautics brunch of the war department, with
Capt. I.eon Hlcliardson In charge.
Washington Memorial to Bishop Francis Asbury
IN TUB last hours of the Slxty-llfth congress Kopresentntive Charles H.
Sloan of Nebraska mnde an address In favor of senate Joint resolution
authorizing the erection on public ground In Washington, D. C, yf a memorial
to Francis Asbury. No appropriation
Is asked; the funds have been raised
by subscription. Congress Is asked to
give a site. Who was Francis Asbury?
Doubtless the average American citi
zen does not know. Mr. Sloan said
among other things:
"He was born In the parish ol
Ilandsworth, England, August 120, 174f,
Barly called to uctlve militant church
service, he became, In 1771, tho older
Wesley's "proconsul" for America. He
was a patriot, standing with tho neo
pie whom he hoped to serve In their struggle lor an Independent nationality,
while- every one of his coworkers sent from Bngland by Wesley went back to
the- mother country.
"The seashore and the great river banks had the Important settlements of
America. Mnny of them would have furnished a suitable homo for a bishop,
but this ho did not desire nor would ho have It. He believed that tho outposts
of Amerlcnn civilization should be tho outposts of Methodism. He would bo
a commander to lead a charge rather than to order an advairco made. So from
1784, when he was ordained a bishop, till 1810, when he paused to his reward,
no road was too long to travel, no river too turbulent to cross, no storm too
fearful to venture, no savage that he would not face, no civilized man or mob
ho would not confront.
"At the Saratoga general conference In May, 1010, on tho commemoration
of the centennial of Bishop Asbury's dentil,' Judge Henry Wade Itogers In a
masterly address, snld:
"'Asbury preached about 10,500 sermons; traveled about 270,000 miles,
most of It on horseback, some of It on foot; presided In 224 annual confer
ences, nnd ordained more than 4,000 preachers. In addition, he was writing
more than 1,000 letters a year.' " .
Will December 31 Be the National Wedding Day?
YOUNG men contemplating nintrlniony will do well to bear In mind the
latest Interpretation of the law. The man who was married at any time
during 1018, a commissioner hns ruled, Is entitled to tax exemption for a wife
for a full year. Thus, he whose cere
I I PAY
married on December III. Denver has
a population of 200,000. This is to say that December 111 there was one mar
Huge to 20,000 people. If there were marriages December 111 all over tho
count.ry In the same proportion among our HQ.000,000 people, the total was
5,500. As each marriage curried with It an exemption of 2,000, tho aggre
gate exemption was $11,000,000. In short, the account stands thus: Tax exemp
tions, $11,000,000, without the expense of wives for a year and with only
wedding expenses to be considered..
Will this bring about a, radical change In tho pnpulur wedding season?
Will December hereafter be the season of brides and June be thrown Into tho
discard? Will December 111 bo the fine great marrying day of the whole year?
Will It come to be the big national holiday of the year, bigger than Christmas,
the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving day? Will it be combined with New
Year's day lu a double holiday?
The only trouble with this profound mathematical calculation and the
deductions therefrom Is that brides arc in the habit of setting the wedding
day. And 111 tie the bridegrooms will hne to say about It, tax exemption or
no tax exemption.
United States Has $574,000,000 for Good Roads
WITH full stute co-operation, according to tho terms of the federal aid road
act, the United States will have h total of at least $574,000,000 for
co operative road building during the n t three years. The federal part of
this fund Is assured by an extra ap
propriation or $200,000,000 In the post
ofllce appropriation bill passed by
Ollicials of the bureau of roads.
United States department of agricul
ture, which administers the provisions
of the federal aid road act and co-operates
with the state governments In
the expenditure of the money, point
out that this amount of funds Is the
lurgest ever appropriated for similar
purposes and for a similar period by
any government In the history of the "Hd. in connection with tho great
federal aid program It Is nlso noted that . xpendltures for highway work in the
United States this year aro likely to niiuut to $500,000,000 or more. On re
ports received from stuto highway departments tho bureau of public roads
intimates the 1010 expenditures for roads anil bridges at $.'185,000,000, or $110,
000,000 more than the average expenditures for 101(1 and 1017.
An important effect of the law containing the now appropriation Is that It
brondcris the definition of u rural post pad, under which class a highway .had
to qualify In order to receive tho benefit f tlo federal aid act,
The new act also raises tho government limit of contribution from not to
exceed $10,000 a mile to not to exceed $2i.000 u utile, taking account of higher
present costs of labor and materials.
Of tho 5200,000,000 added to the fund available under tho federal aid roud
uct, the new law mnkes $0,000 000 avail''li for expenditure by the secretary
of agriculture fur roiids and trails within or partly within the national furmtU.
over CO lending American cities.
Fourteen captured German Fokker
pintles have been landed at Newport
News anil shipped to Washington. The
he.-t types of American planes devel
oped during the war will be demon
strated. Bach squadron will be carried
n a special trnln of 11 cars, traveling
Six of the best British Myers de
veloped during the war will piirtlct-
mony took place at 11 p. in., December
:tl. 1018, wins all of his $2,000 exemp
tion less, of course, the wedding ex
penses. On the other hand, lie who
married at 1 a. in., January 1, 1018
(and likely enough there were some
such), might Just as well have been
married way back in 1017.
In Denver an enterprising reporter
look a look lit the 1018 mnrrlngo rec
ord and found that 1!1 couples were
9 m ,n the 8eated package that M
Mr M keeps all of Its goodness In, A
W W That's why
ffi fap The Flavor Lasts! 2
Grow Wheat in
One Crop Often
WMimi Cannda Affera the createst advantages to home seekers.
Larce profits are assured. You can buy on
Fertile Land at $15 to
I land similar to that vhich through many years has averaged from 20 to 43
K..al.n1a n shnf n I lift an-- Hundreds of catei nre on record where In Western
I Canada a sinuio crop naa nam mo cost 01
9 tho farmer to prosper, ana cxiena every
Grain Growing and Stock Raising.
n,miWtmi"nndiinffrrnlnnd jitgtlch Invrfieures. tho hluU
prices of grain, cattle, sheep and hogs will remain.
Loans for tho purchase of stock may be had at low Interest
there are good shipping facilities; best of markets; free schools;
churches; splendid climate; low taxation (none on Improvements).
For Dtrtlralart to location 01 ianat lor mi, m-m. iimur-im nunun,
reduced rollwr rte, etc., apply to Bupt, of Immigration, Ottawa. Candor
W. Y. BENNETT, Room 4, Bee Building, OMAHA, KEB.
Canadian Government Agent
Sponsors of a projcqtctl "Theodore
Roosovelt International highway,"
launched last month at a meeting In
Duluth, Minn., nnnounco blandly that
It 1h their Intention "to Becuro Jhe
blazing and 'slgnboardlng of tlila en
tire highway from Portland, Me., to
.Portland, Ore., before the 1010 tour
ing season begins." It will bo sonto
achievement If they do It.
AS YOUNG AS
The secret of youth Is ELIMINA
TION OF POISONS from your body.
This done, you can live to be a hundred
and enioy the good thlnrs of life with
as much "pep" as you did when In the
springtime of youth. Keep your body
in good condition, that's the secret.
Vatch the kldneya. They filter and
purify tho blood, all of which blood
passes through them onco every threo
minutes. Keep them clean and In
proper working condition and you have
nothing to fear. Drivo the poisonous
wastes and deadly uric acid accumula
tions from your system. Take 10LD
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will always be in good condition. You
will feel strong and vigorous, with
steady nerves nnd elastic muscles.
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules
are imported direct from tho labora
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Thpy are a reliable remedy which
has been used by the sturdy Dutch for
over 200 years, and has helped them
to develop into one of the strongest
and heartnlest races of the world. Get
them from your druggist. Do not taka
a substitute. In sealed packages
three sizes. Adv.
Mrs. Denlmm Talk Is cheap.
Benham Yours Isn't for me; you
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