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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1911)
PIONEER OF HAREM SKIRT
Taken In tho Spring for Years.
Ralph Rust, Willis, Mich., writeat
"Hood's Snrsaparill.i has been a house
hold remedy in our home B9 lon as I
can remember. I havo taken it in th
ipring for revural years. It has no
equal for cleansing tho blood nnd ex
pcllin;? the humor that accumulate dtir
intt the winter, llcing a fanner nnd ex
posed to bad weather, my nyctcin i9 often
ftflctted, nnd I often take Hood's Sana
parilla with Rood results."
Hood's .Sarfnparill.i is Peculiar to Itself.
There is no "just ns Rood."
Get it todav in uual liquid form or
?hoculntcd tablets called Sorsntobo.
Woman Fell In With Dloomer Craze
Forty Years Ago, and Has
Kept It Up.
Jersey City. Talking of your Broad
way beauties In their freakish harem
skirts, why not glvo n llttlo nttcntlon
to this old lndy, who has worn 'em for
ever slneo tho early bloomer move
ment long before thoso Hroadway
freaks were born and wears 'em with
entire satisfaction to hersolf nt least
to this very day. Sho Is Miss Fowler
of Vinoland N. J. She donned the cos
tume sho Is seen wearing in tho lllus-
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'Maa 8 I AUTHOR. OF THE MlftflftttPPX BUBJBOS I J5$$ NtQaW
ffwfcv i I I IUBJTRATIOW Uy WAGNUtT O.ICETTNER- I I J$M NSwiOT
,tti) n fnl'irnn I"'' nni'-i m rdmy of
"Mli- In T li'i i.'ililm-t Willi tin- HM'il it-
rinltiiilloii t" iti iitf Imlli T'ahh n ml
Oioriiii. N'lrlinhiN TriM. IiIh Kii'iolitiy, Ih
M'lil Willi a ini'wuiK" I" tli" Unroll' m vuli
I'.IIZ. MpV llllll IV 1 1 1 1 c-l llllftlil nf the
lliltlrtli mliilMi-r, I'iiI.miIiiiiii Trim n-i-minli'is
the liiirotifiw iiml ikhInIk ln-r In
fsi'iiplnif f r mil put Miicr.4. HIh- hkhth to
urn (alliiiun, ninl ii lili'ilKi' I 'ml Hln'
Mill tell lilin wlitit h" wuiiIh I" Uli'W ii
f.milliiK tin' lnli'iilliiiiH of CiiKlmi'l iMW.inl
Ati-xko. hIio Kin Tilni ii nllppiT. tin'
Miii of whli Ii Iihh In rn lust TiimI Is r-ilon-il
In .Mulitti-nl on hlnli- IiiikIih-hh. HUM
otrmiKi'i to In' iimrrli'il n I :iizil-tli
Cliiirclillt ln-fnif tli'pillllliK Tin' li.ilotli'SM
ruyn filio will try In ptrwnt tin- iu.it rlnKi-.
A lllllllkl'll I'llllKHHIIIlllll. Who IS (IHKlHlllIK
TrlHl In hW wi'ililln iirnuiKi'iii' nW. Iilun
ilillUKly Hi'iula the Imhiiii'mh' nllppnr to
Kllzulii'th Insli'fiil nr ihf uwiii-r. .mil lln
itiuiilii!i In ik'ilnii'il orr. NMmliiH llnds
the Imniiii'M 111 Montri'iil. nlm IiiuIiik hh -reeded,
wIumi' lie falli'il, In dim nvi'iliiu
i:filaiurn liiinitloim p'ttiinllim iik-kuii
Hhe li-IW lilin tho iillppi-r In- Iiml. i'oii
tnltipil a noli- from tin- Ti iim nilni In- to
I'aki'iihimi. fii.Uiii; Unit If tin I'lilti'd
HtutoH ill 1 1 mil iiniifS T mis wUlilii "ii iIuvm
ulio would !"' Imlli Ti-MiM anil i iri'Kuii.
I'allioiui nnliTw Trlst to lu'iiil a putty
lioiind for oti'Kon. ('nullum I'M'lti'H tin'
Jeiiluiiry of Si'iioiiv Ylurrlo. and tin ri-bv
HiHiiti'H tln HlKtialiirn of tin- TiAiih tu
larin' in n tri'iiiy of itnni-Mitl'in Nirhulim
nt rives In Dri'Kon. Later lln- lirimrns ur
liven nu a lliltliili ar.iili Sin- nils
Nicholas Hint u nolo hIh- pl.i''"d In lirr
ulipppi- iium il tlio Iiii'iiKIhk "IT of lili
man lam-, anil that hIh IntciuN to ri'luin
to Waxlilnmnn In ti'imli iln wroiiK.
NIi'IioI.ih IiiIIowh Iiit. Ilo If. hum on Hid
way Hint l'nlk lia Ihm-ii flu lid and
Ti'nK annc"il, and thai tln-if Ih to In'
war with Mf.loo. Tim lianmi'HM ti-llx
Trlst that In ntiiili for a i oiuprninNii of
llio Oti'Kon lioiindarv on tln foily-nltilli
ili'Krui', Hhe has sold hcrm'lf to rnki'iilimu.
Slio iflN him tho Htory or hi-r lif.
Trlst liirnhH I'lihi-nliaiu'ii ki-y to tliu
CHAPTER XXXIV. Continued.
1'nlo ninl calm, alio rcniipcarotl at
(In partcil ilrnpcrlcs. 1 llfloil tlio
ImiUh of my two doninni'ra into vk'v
at my slilo poi'lcotb, nml at u ulaiioo
from her. lnirrloilly steppcil Into tliu
opposite room. After a time I hoanl
her open the iloor In response to ii
1 could not poo her from my utatlon,
but the very kIIoiico kuvo me a pie
(uro of her HtandliiK, pnle, forbid
ding, rclinlcliiK the Unit rude exclama
tion of his nvdor.
"Come now, Is ho Rime? Is tho place
Enfo at last?" ho demanded.
"Kntor, my lord," uhe t-ald, simply.
"This Is the hour you Haiti," he bo
Kan; and nho answered:
"My lord, it is the hour."
"Hut come, what Is the matter,
then? You act tmlemn, as though this
were a funeral, and not -Just n kiss,"
I heard him add.
lie must have advanced toward her
Continually I was upou the point of
stepping out from my concealment,
but as continually she left that not
quite possible by some word or look
or gesture of her own with him.
"Oh. hang It!" I heard him
grumble, at length: "how can one tell
what a womun'll do? Damn It,
"'Madam,' you mean!"
"Well, then, madam, why all this
holghty-toighty? Haven't I stood
flouts and Indignities enough from
you? Didn't you make a show of mo
before that ass, Tyler, when I was at
the very point of my greatest coup?
You denied knowledge that I knew
you had. Hut did I discard you for
that? 1 lmo found you since then
playing with Mexico. Texas, Tnlted
States all at once? Have 1 punished
you for that? No; 1 have only shown
you tho tnoro legard."
"My lord, you punish me most when
you most show me your regard."
"Well. God bless my soul, listen at
that! Listen at that here, now, when
I've madam, you shock me, you
grlovo mo. I could I have a glass of
I henrd her ring for Throlka, heard
her fasten tho door behind her as she
left, henrd him gulp over his glass.
For myself, although I did not yet ills
eloso myself. I felt no doubt that I
should kill Pnkenham In those rooms.
1 oven pondered whether I should
shoot him through tho temple and cut
oit his consciousness, or through tho
chest and so lot hint know why ho
After a tlmo ho seemed to look
about tho room, his oyo falling upon
the Uttered floor.
"My key!" ho exclaimed; "brokon!
Who did that? I enn't uso it now!"
"You will not need to use It, my
"Hut I bought It, yostordny! Had I
given you all of tho Oregon country
It would not havo been worth 20,000.
What I'll havo to-night whnt I'll take
will bo worth twlco that. Hut I
bought that key, and what I buy I
I heard a struggle, but sho repulsed
him onco more In some way. Still
my tlmo had not come. Ho seemed
now to stoop, grunting, to pick up
something from flio floor.
"How now? My memorandum of
treaty, and torn In two! Oh, I see
I see," ho mused. "You wish to glvo
It back to me to bo wholly freo! It
means only that you wish to lovo mo
for myself, for what 1 nm! You minx!"
"You mistake, my lord," aald her
calm, cold voice.
"At least, 'twaa no mlstako thnt I
offered you this damned country nt
Tlsk of my own head. Are you then
with England und Sir Richard Pnken
1mm? Will you glvo my family a
chance for rovougo on these accursed
in .. l. . . I. ..
iii-rl'nns'' Conic, ilo I
thai, and I leave this place with you,
and ipilt diplomacy lor good. We'll
travel the continent, we'll go the world
over, you and I. I'll quit my estates,
my family for you. Come, now, why
do you delay?"
"Still you misunderstand, my lord."
"Tell mo then what you do moan."
"Our old bargain over this Is bro
ken, my lord. Wo must inako un
Ills linger rose. "What? You want
more? You're trying to lead mo on
with your tliuuned courtezan tricks!"
I heard her voice rise high and
bhrlll, even as I started forward.
"Monsieur," she cried, "back with
Pakenham, angered ns he was,
seemed half to hear my footsteps,
semed half to know tho swinging of
tho draperies, even as I stepped back
'in obedience to her gesture. Her wit
was as iptlclc as over.
"My lord," she said, "pray close
yonder window. The draft in bad,
and, moreover, we should have se
crecy." lie obeyed her, and she led
him still further from tho thought of
Invest IgulIiiB his surroundings.
"Now, my lord," sho said, "take
back what you have just said!"
"ruder penalty?" he sneered.
"Of your life, yes."
"So!" he gt tinted admiringly; "well,
now, 1 like lire in a woman, even a
deceiving lli;ht-o"-lovn like you!"
"Monsieur!" her voice cried again;
and onco more It lestralned me in my
"You devil!" he resumed, sneering
now In all hl3 ugliness of wlno and
fill life b y
J J bm wL
"What Do You Mean7 Have You Lied to Me? Do You Mean to Break Your
Word Your Promise?"
rage of disappointment. "What were
you? Mistress of tho prince of
Fiance! Toy of a scoru of nobles!
Slave of that Infamous rake, your
husband! Much you've got In your
Hie to make you uppish now with
"My lord," sho said evenly, "retract
that. If you do not, you shall not
leavo this place alive."
In some way she mastered him,
even In his ugly mood.
"Well, well," ho growled, "I admit
wo don't get on very well In our llttlo
lovo affair; but I swear you drlvo me
out of my mind. I'll never lliul anoth
er woman In the world like you. It's
Sir Richard Pakenham asks you to be
gin a new future with himself."
"Wo begin no future, my lord."
"What do you menu? Have you lied
to mo? Do you mean to break your
word your promise?"
"It Is within tho hour that I havo
loarned whnt the truth is."
"God damn my soul!" 1 heard his
"Yes, my lord." she answered, "God
will dnmn your soul In to far as It Is
that of a brute and not that of a gen
tleman or n stnteamnn."
I henrd him drop Into a chair. "This
from one of your sort!" ho half whim
pered. "Stop, now!" sho cried. "Not ono
word more of that! I eny within tho
hour I have learned what is tho truth.
I am Helena vou Rltz, thief on tho
cross, and at last clean!"
"Uod A'mlghty, madam! How
pious'" he Hiicori'tl "HmuothliiK'it bo-
liltul nil this. I know your record.
What woman of tho court of Austria
or Franco comes out with morals? Wo
used you here because you had none.
And now, when It comes to tho settle
ment between you and me, you talk
like a nun. As though a trifle from
virtue such as yours would be
"Ah, my God!" I heard her murmur.
Then again sho called to mo, as ho
thought to himself; so thnt all was as
It had been, for the time.
A sllenco fell before she went on.
"Sir Ulchnrd," sho said at length, "wo
do not meet again. I await now your
full apology for these things you havo
said. Such secrets ns I have learned of
Fngland'H, you know will remain safe
with me. Also your own secret will
bo safe. Retract, then, what you havo
said, of my personal life!"
"Oh, well, then," ho grumbled, "I
admit I've had u bit of wine today. I
don't mean much of anything by It.
Hut here now, I have come, nml by
your own Invitation your own agree
ment. Doing hero, I find this treaty
regarding Oregon torn In two and you
gone nun all a-suddeu."
"Yes, my lord, It Is torn in two. The
consideration moving to It was not
valid. . Hut now I wish you to amend
that treaty onco more, nntl for a con
sideration valid In every way. My
lord, 1 promised that which was not
mine to give myself! Did you lay a
hand on me now, I should dlo. If
you klEscd me, 1 should kill you and
myself! As you say, I took yonder
price, the devil's bhllling. Did I go
on, I would bo enlisting for the dam-
nation of my soul; but I will not go
on. I reennt!"
"Hut, good God! woman, whnt nro
you nsklng now? Do you wnnt me to
let you hnve this paper anyhow, to
show old John Calhoun? I'm no such
ass as that. I apologize for what I've
said about you. I'll bo your friend, be
cnuse I can't lot you go. Hut ns to
this paper here, I'll put It In my
"My lord, you will do nothing of tho
kind. Uoforo you lenvo this room
there shall bo two miracles done. You
shall admit that ono has gone on In
me; I shall seo thnt you yourself havo
"What guessing game do you pro
pose, madam?" ho sneorcd. Ho seemed
to toss tho torn pnpor on tho tnble,
none tho less. "Tho condition Is for
feited," ho begun.
"No, It Is not forfeited except by
your own word, my lord," rejoined
tho same even, Icy voice. "You shall
seo now tho first mlrncle!"
"I'ndor duress?" ho sneored again.
"Yes, then! Under duress of what
has often como to tho surfaco in you,
Sir Richard. I ask you to do truth,
and not treason, my lord! Sho who
was Helena von Rltz is dead has
passed nwny. Thero enn bo no ques
tion of forfeit between you nml her.
Look, my lord!"
I henrd n half sob from him. I heard
a faint rustling of sllko and laces.
Still her oven, ley volco went on.
"Rlso, now, Sir Richard," sho said.
"Unfasten my girdle, If you llko! Un-
do my clasps, If you can. You say
you know my past T 11 me. do you
see me now? inglrd ire. Kir Rich
ard! Look nt me! Covet me! Take
Apparently he half rose, shufllcil
toward her and stopped with a stilled
bound, half a sob. half a growl.
I dined not picture to myself whnt
he must havo seen as she stood front
ing him, her hands, ns I Imagined, at
her bosom, tearing back her robes.
Again I heard her voice go on, chal
lenging him. "Strip mo now, Sir
Rlcluird, if you enn! Tnko now whnt
you bought, If you And it here. You
cannot? You do not? Ah. then tell
me thnt miracle lias been done! She
who was Helena von Rltz. as you
knew her, or as you thought you knew
her. Is not here!"
Now fell long silence. I could hoar
the breathing of them both, where I
Mood in the farther corner of my
room. I had dropped both the der
ringers back In my pockets now, be
cause I knew there would bo no need
for them. Her voice was softer ns
she went on.
"Tell me. Sir Richard, has not that
mliacle been done?" she domnnded.
"Might not In great stress that thief
upon tho cross have been a woman?
Tell me, Sir Richard, am I not clean?"
lie flung his body Into n sent, his
arm across the table. I heard his
"God! Woman! What are you?"
ho exclaimed. "Clean? Hy God, yea,
as a lily! I wish 1 were half as white
"Sir Richard, did you ever lovo a
"One other, besldo yourself, Ions
"May not wo two ask that other
miracle of yourself?"
"How do you mean? You have boat
en me already."
"Why. then, this! If I could keep
my promise, I would. If I could giro
you myself, I wsuld. Failing that, I
may glvo you gratitude. Sir Richard,
1 would glvo you gratitude, did you
restore this treaty as It was, for that
new i opslderatlon. Como, now, thoso
sauige. here aro the same savages
who once took that llttlo Island for
you yonder. Twice they have def cut
oil you. Do you wish a third war?
You say Fngland wishes slavery abol
ished. As you know, Texas is wholly
lost to England. The armies of
America havo swept Texas from your
reach forever, oven nt this hour. Hut
If you give a new state In tho north
to these same savages, you go so far
against oppression, agnlnst slavery
you do that much for the doctrine of
England and her nltrulsm In the
world. Sir Richard, never did I be
lieve in hard bargains nml never did
any great soul believe In such. I
own to you thnt when I asked you
here this afternoon I Intended to
wheedle from you nil of Oregon to fit
degrees, 10 minutes. I find In you
done home such miracle as In myself
Neither of us is to bad as tho world
has thought, as we ourselves havo
thought. Do, then, that other mlraclo
for me. Let us compose our quarrel,
and so part friends."
"How do you mean, mndam?"
"Let us divide our dispute and stand
on this treaty as you wrote it yester
day. Sir Richard, you aro minister with
extraordinary powers. Your govern
ment ratilles your acts without ques
tion. Your signature is binding and
there It is, writ already on the scroll.
Seo, there arc wafers thero on the
table beforo you. Tnke them. Patch
together this treaty for mo. That will
bo your miracle, Sir Richard, and
'twill be the mending of our quarrel.
Sir, 1 offered you my body and you
would not take It. I offer you my
hand. Will you have that, my lord?
I ask this of a gentleman of England."
It was not my right to hear tho
sounds of a man's shnmo and humilia
tion; or of h,ls rising resolvo, of his
reformed manhood; but I did hear It
all. 1 think that he took her hand
and kissed It. Presently I henrd sonio
sort of shuluing and crinkling of pa
per on the table. I heard him sigh,
ns though he stood mid looked at Ills
work. His heavy footfalls crossed tho
room us though he sought hat nnd
stick. Her lighter feet, ns I heard,
followed him, ns though sho held out
both hoi hands to him. Thero wns a
pause, and yet another; nnd so, with
n growling half sob, nt Inst ho passed
out of the door; and he closed it soft
ly after him.
When I entered, sho was standing,
her nrma spread out across tho door,
her fnco pale, her eyes largo and dark,
her attlro still dlsarrnyed. On tho
table, as I saw, lay n parchment mend
ed with wafers.
Slowly she camo and put her two
arms across my shoulders. "Mon
sieur!" she said, "Monsieur!"
(TO VK CONT1NUDD.)
Large Equipment Needed.
Llttlo Robert, aged live, had often
watched his mother, who was n milli
ner, sow tho linings in hats. Ho was
walking along tho boardwalk In Atlan
tic City with his grandma ono day.
"Just think, ovory ono of thoso
clouds has a silver lining, Hcrtlo," said
"Gracious, but God must hnve a big
needle," was Dertlc's reply,
Forty Years In Bloomers.
trntlon at the tlmo tho bloomer move-1
incut Unit started 10 years or moro
ago. What has become of the other
blooniorlies no one knows, but this I
particular blooinerlto blooms on In her
quaint old costume, and doesn't conde-1
seend to notlco skittish rivals who j
pranco up Hrondwny wearing duds that I
nro fecblo variations of hor original
CATTLE GUARD IS EFFECTIVE
Novel Device Prevcnta Cow From
Wandering on Ralls and Meeting
Chicago. The old story about somo
one asking George Stephenson, tho In
ventor of the locomotive, what would
happen to a train if u cow wandered
on the line, to which tho latter re
plied he would "bo very sorry for the
cow," seems to have found a sym
pathetic echo in tho western states in
the form of a novel cattlo guard on
railways, tho prnctlcnl utility of which
is demonstrated in tho Illustration.
The device claims to effectually pre
vent cattle straying up tho rallwny
line nnd thus meeting with Injury or
death from oncoming trains. As tho
cow walks along tho track sho meets
CTnv"iYr " t
Novel Cattle Guard,
a tilting platform between the rnlls
which tips up as she steps upon It.
Tho cow, Imagining her progress to
bo barred and not endowed by nature
with a supernbundanco of Intelligence
a fact which tho wily Inventor must
havo borno In mind Instead of walk
ing round the obstruction proceeds to
compliment tho exceeding Ingenuity
nnd foresight of its originator by walk
ing off tho lino altogether.
SAUERKRAUT LONGEVITY AID
Rev. Flynn of California Makes Some
Peppery Remarko on Diet and
Fat Two Meala Enough.
Cincinnati. "Any mnn who 1b so
fat that ho cannot seo his feot whllo
walking, ought to bo nrrostod," said
tho Rov. Earl Flynn of Berkeley, Cal.,
to a Y. M. C. A. nudlenco tho other
day. "Two menls a day aro enough
for tho average person to ent nnd
remain In n healthy condition. Tho
person who eats threo meals a day
needs 12 hours Bleep to refresh him
self." Mr. Flynn, who 1b 75 years old, con
tinued: "Tho food which collects tho long
evity germ Is sauerkraut. Tho man
or woman who keeps on a diet of this
kind, ought to llvo n century or moro
Sauerkraut Is very nutritious nnd
Bhouhl bo on tho tablo of everybody."
Continuing his health talk, Mr
Flynn wound up with saying: "To bo
healthy every mlnlBtor must sweat
twlco a week. A good many minis
ters only sweat onco n month, when
they draw th6lr salaries."
m"- . --- w -ni
Tho Pleasure of LMnsrln tho Country or
Hmall Town it Greatly Enhanced by a fovr
City Convenience, tho Mot Neccary
And Comfort Diving of which is u Sail,
factory Gat Supply,
Gu to Llcht with.
Gu to Cook with.
Gas for Laundry pnrpotci.
Gas to heat water (or tho balh and
Gas to oporata a sag eozino lor
pumplnc nnd other purposes.
. You can havonll.'thcso con-
iitEsV vctilcnccs cheaply aim
(tUWMIIU.Il.tllJ' UJ Ui"
Will not InerefcM Tour Inrartnca I
nlci. Oathiiiiifk,toTtr lOvtrt.
Nora thin 1J.OXI In u, In lUil.
ntDCn,btort i, FftCtorki,Churcbi,
Helionlt, CollK. Moduli II will
1'5T Von folnTntltate. WjIUui
loiiT KUW putt-tud.
DETROITIIEATINQa UGIIIIHQ CO.
41 J Willi Iiml, Ditrtll, Kiel.
llriitfrt frtMiHm la rfastiri
iloatras; Creamery Go.
Tays the highest price for
s Hi tu!r.
i Hover Tails to Jtm'.oro Oray
Hair In ll Vmilhful PnlnT
3 Cum fcslp d.itttM U hair lalluij.
at.tu s '" i.iugyiti
Somo women are like sumo old hens
set In their ways.
Tito Mti fying qunlitv in Lewis' Sinjjlo
Hinders found in no other Co ciuar.
Thero Is nothing so cany but that It
becomes dllllcult when you do It with
The Ignorance of Casey.
Casey Phwat kind av a horao Is
Mulligan It's wan thot'3 boon
raised iutolrely on eorn, yo Ignoramus.
According to statements mado tho
other day by Dr. Grcnfell of Labrador,
tho Cinderella of British possessions
has a brilliant future beforo It. Dr.
Grcnfell, who has lived twenty years
In that miowy country, says that In
dayo to como It will carry a popula
tion as easily as Norway does today.
It Is, ho says, a better country than
Iceland, and to bo greatly preferred
to Lapland, Finland, Siberia and
John Adams has always been ab
sent minded, cays tho Kansas City
Journal. Yesterday ho wont with Ida
Lee, of Kansas City, Mo., to Kansas
City, Kan., to bo married by Pnul
Huff, noting probato Judgo. When
Judge Huff nsked him if ho would
"tnko this woman to bo your lawfully
wedded wife," ho was looking out of
tho window and didn't rjiswer.
"If you'vo any doubts about It wo
will Btop right horo," tho brldo said
Adama protested that ho had not
hesitated at all, but had merely been
thinking about something else. Tho
ceremony aB completed without
further hitch. "
DAME NATURE HINT8
When the Food Is Not Suited.
When Naturo glvea her signal thai
something Is wrong It is genorally
with tho food; tho old Dnmo Is always
faithful and ono should act at onco.
To put off tho cliango la to risk that
which, may bo lrroparable. An Ari
zona man Bays:
"For years I could not safely cat
any breakfast I tried all kinds of
breakfast foods, but they woro all
loft, starchy mosses, which gavo mo
distressing headachos. I drank strong
coffeo, too, which appeared to bonotlt
mo at tho tlmo, but added to tho hood
aches afterwards. Toast and coffeo
woro no bettor, for I found tho toast
"A friend persuaded mo to quit cof
feo and tho starchy breakfast foods,
and ueo Postum and Grapo-Nuts In
stead. I shall nover rogret taking his
"Tho chango they havo worked Id
mo Is wonderful. I now havo no moro
of tho distressing sensations In my
stomach after eating, and I novor have
any liondachcs. I havo gained 13
pounds in weight nnd feel hotter In
ovory way. Grapo-Nuts mako a do
lleloua aa well na a nutritious dish,
and I find that Postum Is easily di
gested and novor produces dyspepsia
Namo given by Postum Co., Battle
Got tho little- book, "Tho Road to
Wollvillo," In pkgs. "Thoro's a
Krer renfl tho booth lettert A new
odo appears from tlmo to time. Tlntv
uferel;EU,,,C'' lrU"' " U" "f hu"
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