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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1909)
Allnu Charity If 1 wore to give you
a quarter, what would you say?
Wamic'iliiR Jim I should tell every
pent !it you were the prettiest lady
in all this town.
'l.aundry work nr homo would bo
much more satisfactory If the right
ytarch were used. In order to ;:;t tho
desired stiffness, It Is usually necos
nary to use ho much starch that tho
lieauty and fineness of the fabric Ib
hidden behind a paste of varying
tMckness, which not only destroys tho
appearance, but alBO affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can bo entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of Its great
er strength than other makes.
"Ono of your daughters married an
artist, did she not?"
"Yea, and he beats her dreadfully."
VTho urtlstlc temperament. Who did
lier bister marry?"
"A coal heaver, and he loves her de
votedly and never glv s her a cross
"How uneventful life must seem
with nn unthinking clod llko that."
$100 Reward, $100.
Tli" rcfnlin nf till paper will be Hi-iuiiI to Wrfl
llml there H ftt ic;i-l one dn-nititl iINmj' tluit pm-nre
Iiah (Hrii alile U i'uro In nil nn r-eim-, hiuI thai iff
nl:irrli. Hull's (:itirrti I urn iit the only icinlv
run' now kumwi n Hie miilu al Irnieriilly. lut.-irrli
th'tnn a riii-4llt.ltl.ili:il (lliwviwe. titillrrn n riili-litll-IiiiimI
tri-.ii'Mi nl . 1 1 :i I I'm (iiturrh turn In taken in
t'Tiutllv. mil r; illrniiy iiin (lie lltuil will niiii-uiis
iirfii-es of the ntrtn, thTrtiy ititilroyimi the
fmitiil ill.m nf tin dlxniMt, anil ulvliu tin- :Uleut
atrenutli liy liiiiMlntt up the eoiiHiltutlnn nml n-nt-liii
n.iliire tn ilnim; it.i work. 'I li" nirli tirH Imx'O
Mi nnirh fnlth In IU rurntlve pn-AiTi lli:it th'-y trti-r
-me HutiilrM linli.im d-r ruiv c:im Unit 11 lalts to
cure. rM'iitl lor list et ti -itininnl.ilH
A'lilr.-ss I.J. riil'NIiV ft to., loli-ilu.O.
Solil hy Hll lTUC'TINtM. 7r.r.
'like Hull's l'uuilly 1 'II Is for miMIatloa.
A Last Resort.
"Tho young heiress 1 told you of
refused her tout wooer with fear and
"lie threatened that If she would
not have him he would do something
"Well, did he?"
"lie did. lie went to work." Balti
A New Standard.
"I knew they were pulling on aim
They let on that their silverware was
all solid and now tho whole world
knows It Isn't."
"How did It come out?"
"Burglars broke Into their house the
other night and didn't take u thing."
Detroit Freo Press.
Asthmatic, Read This.
If you arc afflicted witlt Asthma write
me at once nml learn of njnirlliing for
which von will be grateful the rect. of
voiir life. J. i. Mi'lhide. Stella. N'ehr.
A lazy man makes as much fuss
when he has a little Job of work on
liand as an old hen do." who Is try
ing to raise ono chick.
ONLY ONK "MIOMO Ol'IMSK."
Trim Is I.AXA'I'IV H Itlio.MO IJIMMNB. Ix.k fm
llv ulunaiurd nf K. W . fildiVK. I wit llio World
tet ui Cure a Cold In ono l';ir. iV.
A man win) needs advice Is apt to
.get tho kind he doesn't want.
Lewis' Sinele Hindi r straight 5o. M.wy
smokers prefer tlictn to 10c rij;:ira. Your
dealer or Jwis' Factory, lVori.i, 111.
Things past may
rot recalled. Llvy.
bo repented but
Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Columbiio. Ohio. "I liavo taljen
Lvdin K. rinkhuni's VeKftablo Ctni-
I pouiul (1 ti r i ti r
clKititi ot 1110. jiy
doctor told mo it
was Rood, mid Hince
takinjr it 1 feel so
much belter that I
can tlo all my work
atzain. I think
Lydia H. I'inUham's
iKiiiiid a line remedy
for all woman's
troubles, nutl I
never forget to tell
inv friends what it has done tor mo.
Mrs. I), Hanson-, 304 Last Long St.,
Another Woman Helped,
tinmiteville, Vt "I was passim?
through the Chantreof Lil'eaudsulVered
f row nervousin'ss and other nnwvyintf
symtoiiis. J.yilia K. rinkhain's ep'.
table Compound restored myheallhand
istrenirth.iiiid proved worth inountauis
of nold to 1110. For the sake of other
snlTcriiiif women 1 am williiux you
should publish my letter." Mits.
'u.M.,r.i.s JJaiu lav, U.F.D., Ciranit
Women who are passing throuph tliis
rritieal period or who me sutlerini;
front any of those distressing ills pe
culiar to their Bex should not lose sight
of the fact that for thirty years Lydia
V.. J'inkliani's Vegetable Compound,
which is niado from roots and herbs,
lias been the standard remedy for
feniali! !!!. In almost every commu
nity you will lind women who havo
'"WVn restored to health by Lydia L.
l'iukliaui's Vcjj'ctablo Coaipuuiid.
TRAFFED DY AMIGOS
STORY OF THE BATTLE FOR LIFE
IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Lieut. Erynton'a Command Encoun
ter Treacherous Band Men Are
Exhausted from Exertions
BY MARY HELEN FEE.
Ilymton's glance took In tho inert
yose of his men, and he groaned. A
iorpornl near stirred and sat up, giv
ing, as he did so, a quirk elance
around that betrayed strained nerves.
"All asleep," murmured Ityrnton.
"Can't you rest?"
"No," replied Mitford, nho In a low
tone. He crossed over to where his
superior olhcer su't. "Hut It's well
1 bey can sleep," nodding at tho men.
"I'm sorry for the first guard to-night."
"And tho last," ntlded Py niton. "I
dare say we'll be rushed at dawn. I'm
dead tired myself; ch'an crazy; don't
know why I don't drop in my tracks."
Mitford gazed at the serene heavens,
and tho shadowed earth lying below
the high plateau where the small de
tachment of army men rested.
"It's Christmas day," he suld, slow
ly. "I't 1110 see we're 121-1 hours
ahead of tliein. It's dawn at home,
11 niton; and there's probably snow!
snow!" He dropped his hand, and
in an eestacy of Imagination, crum
bled a bit of earth In his fingers.
It's all soft and white and furry !"
And Kthel's going to early church,
with her cheeks red as apples above
her sealskin collar," Ilyrnton went on,
following the lead. "And they've got
the library locked so the kids won't
see tho tree till lifter breakfast "
"Hot rakes and maple syrup!" in
"And my Christinas letter is lying
by her plat 0 "
"And we're here," said Mitford, bit
terly, "in a (lod forsaken land-
hungry, exhausted with fighting, look
ing for a bolo rush at dawn."
"It's what we wanted," was Hyrn-
ton's response. "Was there one of
us that did not pray for active serv
ice?" "Yes, but we wanted a chance to
fl.ijht, nnd Instead we're put up to be
trappetl and hacked; We're looking
for an enemy In uniform, armed with
a gun; Anierienn humane sentiment
can endure the thought of killing
him. Hut If a man is using his bolo
at the roadside, and says 'nmlgo,'
(friend), we mustn't touch him. I
don't believe thero nre GOO uniforms
In the whole Island. Everybody Is
enemigo, by Jove, and we ve col to
walk through 'nn with our harv In
our pockets and our humane wc,H-
mnnts In our miintonnnr-na It I.
service! It's providiirr sport for HfJ
plao devils. I've got. Blake's shrieks
in my ears now!"
"Ho was white man, paid $1.1
month and his rations to demonstrate
to theso Filipinos the civilized notion
of war. Wonder if they have any in
tentlon of taking; the lessnn. 1 wish
they'd begin on this trip!" Byrnton
kicked out bis foot with an Impatient
exclamation, and his sword fell nois
ily against .Minora s rule. Hair a
dozen men Jumped to their feet.
"Lie down, men all's will! Fine
tension on a man's nerves if ho ran
wake nt a sound like that after what
we've gone throir.'.h with to-day!"
The men settled back Into position
with tender handling of rllles. Dill
cor and corporal sat in silence. listen
lug to the breathing of the sleepers.
"Book!" said Byrnlon, softly, point
lug upward. "It Is snow overhead, If
not under foot, anyway."
The moon hiiir; clear and bright In
ine suy. ine mid heavens were ono
glistening field of piled whiteness
cool and frosty as a burled prairie. In
Its purity and peace tho scent
brought a message of hope to the
"A Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year!" said Mitford, softly
They clasped hands for an instant;
then the corporal lapsed into soldier
saluted, and went to rest.
Byrnton sat long after Mitford left
though his eyeballs smarted for sleep
and bis tired body ached. He might
rhare the fat Lines and perils of his
men, but they could not share his re
sponsibilities. Ills little detachment
sent out originally as a searching
party, had accomplished Its mission
In discovering the mutilated corps
of their fellows; then, cut off from
their own base, they could only light
blindly through to the western coast
This last day had been a crownln
horror, nnd Byrnton knew that his
men, starving, footsore, exhausted,
could endure little more. They hail
lost nil trails, the country apparently
was uninhabited. They dared not
scatter to beat the suiToundln:; brush,
and even hed they done so, the search
would have discovered only mumbling
women and a few naked babies.
They had stumbled upon a bit of
trail, mid the beaten earth gave no
hint of the bamboo structure beneath.
Fortunately, (lie natives had not built
strongly enough, and It gave way be
fore llie full weight of the men was
upon it. Blake and Jcrrold, only,
touched It before It went down. Jer
rold, poor wretch, was spared by his
own revolver, which discharged anil
sent a bullet through his brain; hut
Blake was impaled upon bamboo
stakes at the bottom. Ills 1 bricks
and prayers to be put out of his mis
cry tilled the leafy silence. The
monkeys chattered at the noise, an I
the breathless nlr stirred slightly as
If nature sighed at the ugouy of her
child. With bonds nf pt rsplratlon
standing on their faces they bad
worked lo extract hlui, while half
their miii;ber stood tit guard, await
Injj the rush that did not come. When
merciful death released the sufferer,
they reluct ant'v left hU mantled body,
nnd pushed on for the bar mountain
top, knowing well that In ten minutes
the bushejt would be full of peeping
faces wonwn, ten-year-old boys with
bolos, brawny naked "taos" all come
to mutilate and insult the helpless
bodies they had snared.
It was close on dawn when Mitford,
who was on guard, clasped a soldier
by the foot, In accordance with direc
tions given by Byrnton the night be
fore. The man wakened and grasped
a follow, who In turn communicated
the signal. Silently they rolled Into a
circle, each man with heels to the
center and lying on his rlllo. At a
low signal, he pickets fell bucti
slightly. Thus they awaited the rush
which Byrnton had anticipated at the
dawn. It came with the first crimson
streaks and before It was light enough
for the enemy to perceive that pickets
had fallen In and the Americans wer
ready for them. There was a fierce
oncoming of shrieks and hacking
bolos. It lasted perhaps three min
utes. Then the bolo men fell back,
from n devastating fire, leaving dead
and wounded to twice tho number
they had attacked. 'Two sentries who
had been overtaken before they could
get In constituted the American loss.
To the comfortable citizen unfold
lug the morning paper over his coffee,
the telegraphic Hem Is gratifying:
American loss, 2; Filipino, 45." But
to the soldiers who had lived the
struggle, those two men seemed a
preposterous, an unholy price for the
score or more naked savages.
'We can't bury them,", said Byrn
ton, bitterly, and we can t pursue. I
think the brutes have had enough for
one day unless there s a rresn gang
every five miles. The business of this
outfit In Its present condition Is to
get over these hills as fast as we can,
and put something Inside of us If
we can get it."
Light headed from hunger, they
worked their way over the next moun
tain. They found a few bananas, and
the men slaked their thirst ut brooks
and even In caribao wallows. By
eight o'clock the tropic sun was
blistering; by ten, ull nature was
drooping and lifeless. Byrnton noted
the growing weakness of his soldiers,
and the pitiful, sidelong glances with
which one, a youngster of 22, seemed
to question his probable action.
At last the boy stopped with a gasp.
It's-110 use, lieutenant, he sobbed. "I
can't go another step."
Ho tried to stand at attention, buf
his legs crumpled under him, and with
a ghastly look, 'he sank in a horrid,
trembling heap. His bead bobbed
mennlnglessly for a second, then
"Put out sentries, and let the men
rest." ordered Byrnton, lidding: "I
can't leave the poor devil till he comes
to his senses; must give him that
much of a show, and he can save the
last cartridge for himself. There are
no two men or four men here, who
can carry hltn."
The relieved men dropped to the
ground, panting. ' Byrnton sat long,
staling nt the grassy peaks above, at
the forests that crept up their sides,
nt the clear cut brilliance of every
thingthe bluest of skies, the green
est of verdure, the most dazzling of
sunshine. Suddenly ho sprang to his
"Fin damned if I'm going to die-like
a trapped animal, or let my men do It,
either! Mitford, take the three
strongest men, and go into the brush.
Bring me the first native you can col
larman, woman or child!"
In a scant half hour Mitford and
the three men came back, dripping
with perspiration nnd leading a swar
thy native woman and u, boy of con
sltlernbly fairer complexion, whose
face bespoke him a Spanish mestizo
(half-breed). The two had been
caught while taking their noonday
siesta , nnd neither seemed much
Byrnton gave one quick contemptu
ous glance at tho woman's stupid
countenance, but brightened at the
alertness of the boy's expression.
"Question the boy bo probably
A soldier, In fair Yisayan, began tho
examination. SiiwiJIanoously the two
began to whine: '7ni bot!"
"They pretend 6ry don't under
stand. Mebbe they don't. I don't
back my Yisayan" Ho scratched
at a niosipilto bile, nnd looked help
"Hondo barrio?" said Byrnlon,
sharply, to tho lad.
The boy spread his hands, and
looked around. "Am bot," ho rt1
Byrnton bit his lip. Then he cut a
"I suspect, young man." ho said. In
rather mangled Spanish, "that you
understand Spanish; that your father
Is u mestizo teniento (deputy) of
some barrio (village), nnd likely as
not a captain of Insunectos. We want
your barrio first, because wo want
something to eat; and we would like
to find hint because we need Informa
tion and gtiltles. 1 nnt nolng to ques
Hon you In s-panlsh, and 1 11 liven up
your memory by a pood Hcklng If
works poorly. Hondo barrio?"
"Ho understands ull right," said
Mitford. "He tiled to keep his fuce
wooden, hut the eyes told."
"So It seemed to me," agreed Byrn
ton. "Now, young man, tlondo bar
The hoy walled "am hot, but two
strokes of the bamboo changed this
to "Ij as."
"O, you do understand! How far?"
The hoy finally admitted that his
father was an officer of Instirreetos,
nnd with about 20 of his men was nt
the biirtio. whore there was niucha
fiesta (great feast).
"So that's why they haven't beea
after us all day," commented Byrnton
"Thutik Hod for the church' In tha
Philippines! It has Its good uses,
no 111; t (iNti.t'l'i-ur)
(lYpyrlKht, by iuat ull IS. Uowlra.)
: fi'l, f!'iM
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THE model at tho left Is of silk, trimmed with tucked hands, buttons and but
tonholes of the same. The guimpe is of tucked tulle and lace Insertion
nnd the untlersleeVes are of the tulle tucked lengthwise.
The model at the right is of coarse
trimmed with bands of black silk luce
underslceves are of white lace.
TIMELY CHAT ABOUT CORSETS.
Highly Expensive Article Not Always
the Best Proposition.
The sales of thin things are bewil
dering. Bargains such as we have
never had are before us to day, says a
writer In a fashion magazine. I had
ust written an order to send off by
mail when chance led me downtown
and there I saw corsets at one dollar
worth three and even five dollars.
Did you know that the high round
bust corset, low under the arms, was
the correct thing? It Is the most suit
able for the tight-fitting basques
dare wo call them that? The long hip,
graceful curve to the outlines, not a
distinct waist lino, but the flowing
curve of beauty, distinguishes the new-
A feature of the high bust is that a
gather string draws It round at the
lop, making a fine form shape. It. has
a straight front and fits to the perfec
tion of comfort. So many have thought
they could not exist or look trim
without a $20 or even higher-priced
fitted corset. In fact, 1 havo known
some to pay $50 a thing that my
thrift would not permit, as good cor
sets a plenty can be had for $10 nnd
However, as I was saying, many
have quit the expensive made to order
and have set nbout finding out what
good shape will fit them In the ready-to-wears.
Far better, they argue, a
neat and clean corset once a month
at two dollars more or less than a
dear article which must last a year
and bo cleaned nnd cleaned again.
Truly the corset sales nro a tempta
tion. Tho materials are very pretty,
silk and satin, with shot spots In
white or in the pale color. Tiny rose
buds, daisies or fancy figures in bro
endo are both dainty and charming,
and all on the bargain counters.
New sleeves are made of lace dyed
to match the gown trimmed with Inser
tions of tucked batiste, which has also
been dyed lo match. Cne odd sleeve
of linen has been cut out and em
broidered until only a cobweb of the
linen is left over the arm, showing un
derneath a plain-fitted sleeve of chif
Jon, edged nt the bottom with a plait
ed chiffon frill. Another sleeve Is
niado of bands of thin cloth stitched
flatly on to a plain sleeve of chiffon
that band, of course running cross
wise the arm. Another sleeve Is made
of batiste showing the tiniest of cross-
wlso tucks. It opens up the outside of
the arm, tho edges being cut In seal-
lops, buttonholed that Is, embroi
dered on the edge, and buttoned to
gether. Flower Chains on Her Ball Gown.
One of the daintiest evening gowns
seen this winter was on a belle at the
New York charity ball. It was of deep
yellow satin covered wita fine I-roach
lace. At Intervals on the lace were mo
tifs In sliver lace, outlined In silks of
many shades, blue, green, lavender,
deep red, orange and yellow. 1 he
shading was done finely and the colors
seemed to blend. A baud of sprint;
flowers, like the daisy chains little
girls love to put on their straw hats,
outlined the edge of tin bodice, and
similar flowers formed a chaplet.
Colored Embroidery on Towels.
There Is a strong revival of colored
embroidery on linen toweling. Dull
blue, soft browns, plr.k nnd faded
green Initials are now seen in hand
some towels. These letters are worked
In the middle of the end of the towel,
nnd can easily be done ut home by
even the beginner In cribroldoiy.
Oriental Print Hnglncs.
Cotton prints In Imitation' of the
real Fast Indian fabrics ire now found
In all department stores. These make
very effective hangings. They are not
expensive, they wash veil and they
ptvo to nn otherwise pbin bedroom 11
warm p.nd cheivful ( ITtvt nt very lib
black tulle, made with fine plaits and
and light blue liberty. The yoke and
FOR HEALTH AND GOOD LOOKS.
Correct Position in Standing and Sit
ting Is .Important.
Oood carriage not only means good
looks but good health. The Importance
of standing, sitting and walking cor
rectly cannot be overestimated and 13
uitin ly ono of personal responsibility.
Children should be trained into
proper postures, but if early training
lias been neglected, then It behooves
the riouehy and Etoop-shoiildered to
It is not as hard as ono would think
to have a graceful carriage, though to
read many of the requirements of the
beauty doctors a fully equipped gym
nasium and unlimited timo would seem
requisites. A few simple rules faith
fully followed will quickly Improve the
most awkward bearing.
To stand well remember to keep tho
chest high, knees straight, abdomen In
and hips back and the feet Inclined at
an angle of about 90 degrees. 'With
chest, knees and hips in their prop
er places the feet will generally look
To walk well and easily maintain
the same position of chest, abdomen
and knees and let tho BWing como
from tho hips. In climbing a bill or
stairs keep the trunk straight and
chest tip, raise yourself from the flat
of the foot and do not bend forward
To sit gracefully and comfortably,
even without supporting the back, so-
lect. a chair that fits; one that will en
able you to sit with the lower part of
the spine against the back of tho
chair and the feet on tho floor. In
this position the chest can not drop,
nor docs the back tire readily.
EVENING BODICE FOR GIRL
This dainty little bodice is in soft
cream satin, to match the skirt. For
the bodice part, tho satin Is simply
draped over the shoulders, nnd brought
to tho center of back and front In soft
folds. A chiffon tucker Is Inserted In
front. The sleeves are slightly rucked,
and finished at the elbow by narrow
frills, nnd a ribbon taken round nnd
tied in a bow nt the side. Gold ball
fringe edges the armholes, resting
over the top of sleeve.
Material, required: 2 yards satin
42 Inches wide, l'i yard ball fringe,
V yard rblffon, 2 yards ribbon.
Precento for Baby.
An acceptable pres-nt for a baby is
the sets of tllyer safety pins that
conic on threo rings tied together with
Kach ring contains a dozen of tho
plus, and all the dozens differ in size.
For the rubber blanket used on tho
crib there are slips the exact slzo
made with small buttons and holes so
that a fresh one may be put on with
llttle'troMlile. These must bear tho
embroidered Initials of the new arrival.
A NURSE'S EXPERIENCE.
Backache, Fairs in the Kitneys, Bloat
ing, Etc., Overcome.
A nurse is expected to know what
to do for common ailments, and wom
en who suffer baek
ache, constant lan
guor, and other com
mon symptoms of
should bo grateful
to Mrs. Minnie
Turner, of K. B.
St., Anadarko, Okla.,
for pointing out the way to find quick
relief. Mrs. Turner used Doan's Kid
ney Pills for a run down condition,
backache, pains In the sides and kid
neys, bloated limbs, etc. "Tho way
they havo built me up Is simply mar
velous," says Mrs. Turner, who Is a
nurse. "My health Improved rapid
ly, rive boxes did so much for me I
am telling everybody about it."
Sold by all dealers. HO cents a box.
Foster-MUburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
DURING THE SHOPPING.
Maude Men are getting so deceit
ful, you can't trust your best friend.
Percy And what's worse, you can't
get your best friend to trust you.
Thanks to the Burglar.
The dark lantern flashed through
the llat. Then came the gleam of a
"Hands tip!" hissed tho head of the
family. "You're a burglar."
"Y-yes," gasped the intruder, as ho
faced the cold steel. .
"What have you stolon?"
"Your wife's pug dog."
"H'ni. Kr if that's all you may
6neak out quietly."
"Ami your niotherln-law's parrot."
"You don't say. Well, here is some
"And your daughter's phonograph.''
"Good! Here's some mora loose
"Also your son's punching bag."
"What! Groat Scot, man, como out
to the library and I'll open a special
Lese Ma jest e.
A teacher in one of the schools of
Berlin has given to the papers of that
city a composition written by ono of
the pupils in his school on the sub
(ect, "The Kaiser," in the course of
Aiiich the young author says: "l'rlnco
Wllhelm was born on the kaiser's
birthday. From the dome of the cas
tle 101 salute shots were fired. Tho
old grandfather and old Wrangel
hopped in';o a cab and went to tho
sehloss, and old Wrangel said: 'Tho
boy is nil right,' nnd the father mado
a bow from the balcony, and it was
awful cold. And when the boy was
baptized his father held his watch In
front of the litle fellow's nose, and ho
grabbed it and never let go again, be
cause be is a Ilohenzollern."
There had been a lovers' quarrel
and It was his first visit In two weeks.
"I guess you know there was a dif
ference between your sister and my
self?" he ventured, trying to pump tho
"Yes, indeed," responded tho latter
"Well er tlo you think Clara will
make up when she comes down?"
Litle Bessie leaned over nearer and
"She ought to, Mr. Bilkins. She 19
upstairs niiiklng up now."
And Strength to Perform It.
A j.rson In good health is likely
to have a genial disposition, anibltlou,
and enjoy work.
On the other hand, if tho digest ivo
organs have been upset by wrong
food, work becomes drudgery.
"Fnt 11 recently," writes a Washing
ton girl, "1 was a railroad stenog
rapher, which means full work every
"Llko many other girls alone In a
largo city, I lived nt a boarding house.
For breakfast it was mush, greasy
meat, soggy rakes, black coffee, etc. "
"After n few months or this diet I
used to feel sleepy and heavy In tho
mornings. My work seemed a ter
rible effort, nnd I thought the work was
to blame too arduous.
"At homo I had heard my father
speak of a young fellow who went
long distances In the cold 011 Crape
Nuts nnd cream nnd nothing more for
"I concluded if it would tido him
over a morning's heavy work, it might
help me, no on my way homo one
night I bought a packago nnd next
morning- I had Grape-Nuts nnd milk
"I stuck to Crape Nuts, and in less
than two weeks I noticed improve
ment. I can't Just tell how well I
fell, but I remember I used lo walk
tho 12 blocks to business and knew
how good It was simply to live.
"As to my work well, did you ever
fool ta delight, of having congenial
work and the strength to perform It?
That's how 1 felt. 1 truly bellevo
there's life and vigor In every grain of
Name given by Tostum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Bead "The Road to Well
ville," in pkgs. "There'u a Benson."
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