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NORTH PLATTE SBMI-WEEKLY TRIDIINE.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Frees Another
Woman From Suffering.
Bayonne. N. J. " Before I was mar
ried I suffered a irreat deal with period!-
cat pains, i nan
Eains in my side and
ack and also head
aches, and got eo
weak I could not do
anything. I took
Lydia E. Pinkham 'a
pound and soon felt
better. Now I am
married and havo
two little boys. Be
foro the first one
came I was weak
and nervous, could not cat and was
dizzy. After I took the Vegetable Com
pound I could work and cat. Now I
am strong and recommend your meu.
dnetomy friends. "Mrs. ANNA SLEVA,
25 East 17th Street, Bayonno, N. J.
Women who recover their health, nat
urally tell othero what helped them.
Some write and allow their names and
photographs to be published with testi
monials. Many more tell their friends.
If you need u medicine for women's
ailments, try that well known and
successful remedy Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable ComDound. Write
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con
fidential) for anything you need to
know about these troubles.
StO AOIIKN. Uontl Southeast Missouri corn,
wheat, clover anil alfalfa farm. Ilenl lUir
euln at U&.00 pur acre. Ak'i'litn wanted.
l!nlon Kami Land Co.. I'oplnr Bluff. Jlo,
My little niece was studying her
geography and asked me lo hound the
Mate of Nevada. Her grandmother
looked up and said: "I am surprised
that a little girl that has traveled as
imucJi ns you have must ask any one
to help them with their lessons."
Caroline said: "Oriiniliiin. when I
travel, I travel for joy and not 'Jogra
phy.' " Kxohange.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
On size smaller and allots lust innKer after
mint Allan's Foot Ease, the sntlseptle,
powder for th feet. Hhaken Intn the anuea
e.nd sprinkled In the foul bath, Allen's
FootKM makes tlxht or new shoes fesl
asy; Elves Inatant relief lo corns anil bun
ions, prevents Blisters, Callous and Sora
Spots. It's the crentest comfort discovery
f the age, Try It tn-dity. Sold everywhere.
Foreifln and Domestic Complications.
"Did you try any of these 'home
"Once." udmltted Uncle Hill Hottle
top. "The result was unsatisfactory.
It turned out to be one of those near
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
DMi't streak or ruin your material In a
poor dye. Insist on "Dinmoud Dyej."
Easy direction in package.
Lift Off Corns 1 No Pain!
Doesn't hurt a bltl Drop a little
"Frcezone" on an aching corn, lnstnntly
that corn stops hurting, then shortly
you lift It right olf with fingers. Truly 1
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, suliiclent to
remove every hard corn, soft corn, or
corn between tho toes, and the calluses,
without soreness or Irritation.
The Speil of Melody.
"Give mo the man who sings at his
work!" said the idealist.
"Yes," replied Farmer Corntos.sel.
"It's all right for a man lo sing at his
work, unless he Insists on singing him
self to sleep."
Cutlcura Soothes Itching Scalp
On retiring gently rub spots of dan
druff and itching with f'litlcura Oint
ment. Next morning shampoo with
Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Make
tbein your ever.v-day toilet preparation
and have a clear skin and soft, white
How can you remove the letter "A"
from the alphabet?
By "TV-heading It. Hoys' Life.
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 30-1920.
KEEP POULTRY HOUSE CLEAN
Excrement Harbors Parasites, Con
taminates Air and Breeds Con
taglon of Many Kinds.
KveryililiiR about a poultry lionso
should lie kept reasonably clean. As
a rule droppings hIiouIiI be removed
dally, for the, umimiiliitlon of t-xtit;-iiient
harbors parasites, rntitninliiiitt'i
tb nil', and breeds contagion. After
the dioppliiK boards have boon elenn
;d they should bo sprinkled with roud
iiiBt, eon I ashes, or, land plaster, to
ili8orl the liquid excrement, the poul
try division of the United States de
partment of agriculture suggests.
Nests In which straw or other slmllni
amterlnl Is used should be cleaned ev-
Handy for Spraying Interior of Hen
pry three or four weeks, or oftener If
It becomes1 dnmp or dirty.
The quarters should be thoroughly
whitewashed at least once a year, late
In summer or early In the fall. The
whitewash can be made , by slaking
lime In boiling water and then thin
ning to the proper consistency for ap
plying. The addition of four ounces
of carbolic acid to each gallon of
whitewash will Increase Its disinfect
ing power. The runs' should be plow
ed occasionally In order to bury the
accumulated droppings and alm to
turn up fresh soil.
KILL DEVITALIZING INSECTS
Paint Roosts With Kerosene OH to
Get Rid of Mites Use Blue
Ointment for Lice.
Tlie protection from mites means
simply to paint the rOosts about once
each week with kerosene oil and the
lice can he killed off for the summer
by giving each bird the blue ointment
treatment at the beginning of hot
weuther. Thin lias been told many
times by poultrymen and probably
there Is no poultry fact that needs
more frequent repetition than the host
method of killing these devitalizing
CULLING POOR LAYERS
Cull till hens that show:
1. Well along In the molt with
combs and wattles dried up.
. All that have lay bones
less tlian two fingers apart anil
:i. Abdomen and vent dry and
4. Yellow shank ami beak.
fi. Apply all the test; don't
apply Just a part of It do it
DRY MASH FEED FOR CHICKS
Animal Food In Some Form, Prefer
ably Buttermilk, Should Be Kept
A drv nniuli feed should he Went he.
fore the chicks continuously n nuisli
feed containing animal protein in
some lorm, preierahly mittcriiillk, meat
senilis or llsli scraps. These elements
of animal nroteln In rn enured innsh
feeds an; scientifically dried ami do
not easily decompose.
GET EGGS FROM TURKEY HENS
Increased Production Can Be Obtained
by Feeding Ground Oats, Corn
and Other Cereals.
Increase of egg production In tur
key hens can he done the same as
with chickens, by feeding ground oats,
ground corn, kutlr meal, barley meal,
wheat middlings, linseed meal, and
sunflower seed, in equal quantities.
This can be fed dry in hoppers, or
mixed with milk 'or water.
MITE IS ENEMY OF CHICKEN
Insect Does Not Bother Other Fowls
to Any Extent Carried About
in Empty Crates.
Chicken miles do not feed to any
great extent upon other hosts when
chickens an? at hand. They are car
ried about chiefly by the interchange
of poultry and In crates and hoses
In which fowls are shipped, -
(Conducted by NaUuiuiI Council of th
Hoy Scouts of America.)
KOW TO BECOME A SEASCOUT
The wenscout deiiartllient Is the
"maritime" brunch of the Hoy Scouts
of America. Any registered boy scout
who Is at fl'itst 15 years of ape. and
weighs at least 111! pounds Is eligible.
Seascouts are organized In units of
"boat crews" of nine boys each: and
In the primary class work, only one
boat crew Is, necessary to organize a
seiiscout "ship." At least two mem
ber" of. each boat crew must be llrst
Class scouts. A group of boat crews
Is kuown as a "ship." and is led by
an adult known as a seuscoutmnstor.
who Is aided and backed up In his
work by a representative group of citi
zens called a ship committee.
Kvery senscotlt has a certain duly
to perform for Ids ship; this duty be
ing called his "billet," and Indicated by
a small blue and white device on his
right Sleeve. Hlllets Include cox
swains, stewards, yeomen, bakers, wa
termen, signalmen, carpenters, ship
smiths and sallmakers; each boy learn
Ing something of his department work
so that when at camp or on a cruise,
all necessary work goes forward with
out friction and very little supervision.
Seacouts study, In their regular
meetings, knotting and splicing, cloud
forms, purls of small boats, how (o
row, sail, and swim (life-saving Is es
pecially emphasized), types of vessels,
block and tackle, foot drill, worklnn
canvas, camping ashore, and other
things of the sea. As each ship ad
Minces In work It Is promoted through
"schooner," "harkeiitlne," 'bnrk." to
the "ship" or highest class, these be
ing sCascout names for t lit progressive
steps In marine' knowledge. Ship ci.nss
seaseouts must make a mo-iullc cruise
annuallv to bold their grade; or. If In-
SLASCOUTING ON DRY LAND.
Through the "Maritime" Branch cf
Boy Scouts of America Future Ad
mirals and Captains of Commerce
Receive Training Inland as Well as
land, they mut perforin specified drills
on the "drill mast" as an alternative.
The seascont uniform Is of khaki,
the jumper having blue collnr and
wristbands. A khaki cap, blue cravat
neckerchief, and, In sloop class, side
loce legglns complete the equipment.
Hlllet marks and chevrons are worn
on the right sleeve: merit badges and
service stripes on the left sleeve. The
seiiscout pin Is worn on the cap by
all first-class seaseouts. The boy who
wears this uniform and pin stands for
n clean, vigorous type of American
youth who knows something of the sea,
who is standing by the scout oath and
law, who is a national asset.
Particulars about organization work,
leadership, etc.. may be obtained from
the M'uscnut department. Hoy Scouts
of America, '200 Fifth avenue, New
SCOUTS INSTRUCT JAY WALKERS.
Four thousand one hundred and
twenty-one nilult jny walkers were
presented In Detroit's downtown
streets with antl-.la.v-walklng cards by
hoy scouts, working for the safety llrst
committee under the supervision of
police trallle oflicers.
The card horn the following request :
"Dear Friend: Do you know Hint a
large number of people were killed here
In Detroit last year by crossing the
street In the middle of a block? It
may take a moment more to go to the
crossing, hut It will he tljne well spent,
both for the sake of your own safety
and for others."
Fully 7.1 per cent of lb" Jay walkers
were women. In not one Instance
were scouts rebuffed when they offered
the curds. Most of the Jay walkers
accepted the cards with a good-natured
SCOUTS TO HALT FALSE ALARMS.
Scout llroiiion Is the newest activity
to be added to those of the .Salt Lake
eoiinrll of the Hoy Scouts of America.
!n-oionillon with the lire depart
ment w'lll he taken up wherever pos
sible and In any way deemed lit by
the tiro chief. The purpose of this
organization is to promote tho safety
of life and property In the city by the
prevention of llres and accidents, the
prevention of fnlse alarms from Are
alarm boxes and telephones.
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ii r?rlinf.-.1 PER OBNT. I
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5 Iincrnl. NotNajoot1c
a i.Mr,fiil Remedy for
0 .,: " fiZ nd Diarrhoea
Exact Copy of Wrnpper.
Where is Relief
Must I Endure Forever the
The skin is fed from the blood,
and upon the condition of the
blood depends whothcr or not
your skin will be healthy and free
from boils, pimples, scaly irrita
tions, red eruptions and other dis
figuring nnd unsightly disorders.
The sensible treatment that will
show real results is a remedy that
NOT MUCH VARIATION THERE
Old Reoident Entirely Truthful When
He Called the Town's Death Rate
Weary after 12 monliiK' hard work,
the pretty typist Honpht solitude
amoitK the healthy hills of Halehearty.
The advertisements hail attracted her.
Ilalebeiirty was described as the heft,
prettiest, finest, and everyihhu,'-elsest
ijpot In Hie world.
'Tell mi'." slie Raid on her tlrsu day,
v.Iumi sin; mot n standi old relic of the
district, "what Is tUe death rate In
'Die local wnlklng advcrtlseinent
nodded his Iiend ren.ssurincly.
"Won'erful steady, nia'ani won or-
fnl Kteadv!" he replied. "One death
to each person." London Tlt-IJits.
Girl Seeks Forestry Post."
Miss Mildred Johnson, n student at
Oregon Agricultural college, Is, so far
as the records snow, mo urst womun
to make application for civil service
examination for the position of graz
ing assistant in (lie United Stales for
est service. The position Is one re
quiring practical experience In bun
dling stock on the range.
Even More Seriou6.
"Did you sny that campaign man
nger used money?" Inquired the horrl
"He did worse tlian that," replied
Senator Sorghum. "He wasted It."
Boil It Thoroughly
fifteen minutes or more
after boiling begins
Long boiling brings out
the full, rich flavor of
And while you enjoy your cup
of this attractive table drink,
remember that it contains
no caffeine or other harmful
"There's a Reason" '
Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc.
Battle Creek, Michigan
Thijt Baby should have a bed of Its own all are agreed. Yet It
Is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Heither would
be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must bo
prepared with even greater care than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailittR child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived.
Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that
you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of
your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that
the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily
prepared for grown-ups. i
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY GOTTIC OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAY
TMK CKNTAUN COMPANY,
Blazing Skin Diseases?
will cleanse the blood thoroughly
and kill the germs that cnuso tho
trouble. And for this purpose no
remedy ever made can approach
tho record of S. S. S. which
cleanses the blood of the disease
germs, at the same time building
up the general health.
For valuable litoraturo write to
Chief Medical Adviser, 100 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
TRULY AN AWFUL THOUGHT
Small Girl Feared She Had Somewhat
Overdone Matter of Praying for
The little clrl came home to her
mnmtnn very much disturbed because
llttlo Susie, her ne chhur. bud a new
baby brother to play with, while she.
herself, was very lonely. Her mother
comforted her and told her in ask Ciod
in kciiiI hoi- ii little brother, too. So
the child began to pray for a little
brother, and occasionally got impa
tient; but her mother told her to keep
on praying and perhaps her prayer
would be answered some day.
One day she wiik called Into the
mother's room, and her delight knew
no bounds when the nurse look a wee
thing up from the mother's side and
laid it In her arms. ' Hut a moment
Inter, when the nurse nicked up in-
other bit of humanity, the child al
most dronned the one she was holding,
and a startled expression came Into
her face as she said :
"Oh, mama I Ik God going to answer
all thoso prayers that I prayeil?"
Mrs. Ouzlppo-:-!'!!! rather hard to
please. Have you had much experi
ence as a maid 7
The Applicant I worked for the
Scraplelgb Stiles for six montha be
fore they separated.
Mrs. Ga.lppe I'll engage you. Now
tell me all about It.
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When Prints Are Ordered
poHtal unrd alie, 0 cents, postpaid.
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Exceptional opportunity at tho present tlmo
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Their suixirlnr nuullty anil onilurnc Ii
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