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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
ATALE or CIVIL
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LUSTRATIONS 4K.D. RHODES
A C.1?CliM tiCO.
Cnnfrtlrrnte RorRcnnt Wyntt In nfnt
fin n tipy to lilx miflvn county on tint
tlrrpti llrinr ll mcwtn a inniintulnrer
nnnicil Jem Taylor. At n timise lii'Vuntl Hot
HprliiKH tlipy mi'ul Mnjor Ilitrwontl Wyntt
Ih sent to lied, Ho lioiomoH misplcliiui,
Mini nmlH Hint Tnvlor linn murdered llur
wood mid Rcntr(l. Wyntt clintiKOH to IT.
H. unlrorin, iuhI to n iliitnclitncnt of Fed
mil cavalry Idi'iitlllrn himself ns l.lnu
tPimnl lliiyiiiond. Third U. H. cnvnlry.
Cnptiiln Fox find llfirwooil'n body. The
Ifltnrlinirni la nnitiiinhr-d. Wyntt rum pen
yr the (Irioii llrlnr eniintry and book to
llnriMiod'H hotni'. whern hi Minis Norrcn
llnrwnod Ilt. Introduce) liltni'ir as I.li-ti-tcniint
Iltiyinnnd I'nrmin Nichols conn's
Jo 1 1 io Iioiino mid t lln Norccti of Iht fa
ther n donlli. Wyntt fori on 1'nrnon Nidi
om to confess that ho linn been H-nt In
T mivnm-o of Anxc Cownn, who propones to
innrry Nnn-in nt onre, and so qiilot tlllo
to tho lata! In illsputo hctwi'on the Cow
"lis nnd Nnrccn's iiind futlior. Anso Cow
nn nnd his Knn nrrlve and Mnd thn
preacher hound In n closet. Wyatt nnd
Noreen hnvu concmled tlimnsclven In tlto
nine. The Cownn riiiik rnnsneks tlio
ViJu"?' ,,"., fnl,B " flni1 hn hidden coupl.1.
wyntt tells Noreen who ho Is. They ro.
turn to the second lloor nnd nwalt tlio
next mnv of tho kiiiik, forcltw tho prench
r to silence.
CHAPTER XI Continued.
Slio left us qulotly, crouching closo
agulnst tho wnll, until Bho could snfo
ly peer out from Milncl tlio fold of a
chintz cttrtnln. Th, glow from without
reddened the entire room. Nichols uo
gnn to groan, nnd mutter, but whether
tho words were thoso of prayer, or not.
1 wns uncertain. That tho fellow's
brain tottered on tho brink of total
collapflo was evident, nnd I was too
fearful ho might crento nlnrm to tie
sort my guard. ICagur to learn what
had occurred 1 culled ncross to tho
"Is it tho ntnblo, Miss Noreen?"
'Yes," with a quick j;lnnco back
ward. "Tho whole west end Is abtuzo.
I think thcro are horses picketed bo
yond In tho orchard, but urn not sure
yes, thero are men there with them.
Tho llro, as It blazes up, glvoH mo a
"Can you tell how many?"
"No, but I didn't suppose Anso Cow
an had so many with him, did you?"
"Why, really I cannot tell, for I
havo no conception either wny. Thero
must havo been a dozen altogether In
tho house, and doubtless others wora
on guard without. Hasn't It ceased
"Yes; I wondor what tlmo It Is; why
1 actually bollovo tho sky Is becoming
lighter In tho east already."
Sho stared out Intently, and thon
sank to her knees.
"Como over horo quick! They are
getting ready for something."
I swept my eyes over Nichols, who
lny motionless, his arms folded across
liio.fuco. To my mind tho fellow was
acting n part, and wns not hnlf ns bad
ly Injured as ho pretended to bo. How
ever, ho could do us no great harm at
present, nnd I stolo silently across tho
room, nnd knelt beside her. Hho hold
tho curtnln nsldo, leaving Just space
enough for my eyes. For an Instant
the glow of tho burning building blind
ed mo, and Intensified tho surround
ing darkness. I shadowed my oyes
with my hand.
"Whcro are tho men you saw? To
"Yes back under tho trees, close
to tho first negro cabin; see! Just
whoro 1 point."
Once located I could pcrcolvo tho
shadowy outline, which grow moro dis
tinct as 1 guzed. Thorn wero men
thcro beyond doubt; it seemed to me
twenty or thirty, although It was Im
possible to Judgo tho number. Hut
tho shndow seemed to bo disintegrat
ing. Kven as my oyes focused it, a
section moved to tho right, and thou
anothor swung Into tho open, circling
along the orchard fonco.
"Thero Is a slew of them," I mut
tered unthinkingly. "Anso meant to
have company at his wedding."
"Oh, hush I" her hand caught my
sleovo. "Thoy they are coming back
to tho houso uow."
A Marriage by Duress.
Daylight wns coming; tho gang
meant to search tho houso again, por
haps flro It bb they had tho stable,
and then rldo away before the Federal
garrison at Lowlsburg could recolvo
tho alurm.t I turned away from tho
window to pcrceivo Nichols sitting up
mi tho odgo of tho bed.
"What's aflro?" ho asked.
"Tho stable," 1 nnswored, crossing
the room. "Get down In tho corner
where you cannot bo seen from tlio
windows. Oh, yes you can; you -urn
not so badly hurt. MIbb Noreen, Is
thero any other place better than this
in which to hide?"
She shook her head.
"Well, then wo must light It out
hero If they como; you huvo your re
volver nh! tho squad is already bo
Wo stood sldo by sldo. scarcely
breathing, close to tho bolted door.
Tho llames of tho burning stable wero
dying down, yet thero uas sulllcleut
light to render every object in tho
room plainly visible. Intent as I wub
on every slight sound below and with
out, I kept my eyes on NIcIioIb, seuted
dejectedly In one corner. Feet tramped
j mix i x . m
noisily back nnd forth In tho lower
hall, and tho sound of voices reached
us, tho words Indlstlngulshnblo. There
wns an echo of splintered wood, tho
crash of dishes, and a loud Inugh. Tho
fellows seemed to bo looting tho kitch
en and pantry, destroying whatever
they could not use. Suddenly thero
nroso a sound of smashing gluss at tho
front of tho house, and tho tinkling of
a plnno ub If somo rough hand swott
across tho keys. Noreen pressed
closer, lifting her eyes In appeal.
"Thoy thoy aro searching the
houso," sho whispered, her volco shak
ing, "nnd looting It. Do you hear
that? Thoy aro even tearing tho car
pot from the lloor. Somo of them will
como up hero."
"I am nfrnld so but you must not
loso your nervo. Wo shall havo to
"Fight? yes; but what uso?" and
sho grasped my arm with both hands.
"I I would not bo so afraid, only for
that mnn, I cannot fnll Into his power.
I will kill myself first! You do not
know Anso Cownn; but I do. I would
rather dlo than have his hands touch
mo. I hate nnd desplso him; ho Is tin
Incarnate brute nud and ho Is horo
"Hush." I urged, holding hor tightly,
her slight form trembling. "Do not lot
go yot: they mny not oven como up
tho stairs "
"Hut thoyNwlll," sho Insisted. "I toll
you I know tho man llo ho swore
ho would mnrry mo two yenra ago; ho
told mo so, nud 1 Inughed nt him. Ho
stopped my father on tho road, held u
rlllo to his head, and boasted that some
day ho would make mo pay his debts.
TIiIb Is no mero Incident of war It is
revenge! 11 would not bo frightened
but for that that uwful altornattvo.
Tell me toll me what to do!"
Sho stared pleadingly Into my face,
but, reading no answer thcro to hor
wild appeal, sunk to her knees, and
burlud her face In hor hands. All that
was strong' nbout tho girl seemed
swept uway by sudden uncontrollublo
terror by dread of Anso Cowan. A
honrse, strango voice roared out an
order, seemingly from tho vory foot of
"That's enough of that, Samuols!
Hero, tako your men up above, llo
lively now, and don't let a rat get
Tho girl lifted her head; then got to
her feet, clinging to the bedpost. I
could seo tho glitter of a pistol In her
hand A thought swept through my
bruin so daring, so reckless, I gnspod
at tho mere wildness of tho sugges
tion. Yet It might answer; It might
succeed! Hut would sho consent; even
In her desperation, In tho cxtremo of
hor terror, would sho grasp at utich n
'straw7 Thero wivb nothing else not
another chance, ihls might not bo
one yet It would surely servo to de
lay; It would place mo In between
her nnd Anso Cowan. Hho could not
legally marry him, If sho woro onco my
wifo! Only tho girl whoso oyes Just
thou met mine
"I I havo thought of ono way," I
said eagerly, tho words coming forth
almost Incoherent. "Thnt Is if you will
listen to what I propose. Thero la
nothing else feasible so far us I can
soo. They they aro In tho front
rooms now hear them! We haven't
it moment to loso Will you will you
consent to mnrry mo?"
Sho shrunk back a step, staring nt
me with wldoopened eyes, breathing
"Marry! marry you?" sho faltered
wildly. "Why what can you mean! I
1 do not understand!"
"Of courso not tho conception Ib
wild, Impractical, perhaps. It must
Boom so to you yot listen. It Is tho
ono way left open to save you from
Anso Cowan You can trust mo? You
do trust mo. do you not?"
"Yoes but "
"This is uo tlmo to question. Thoy
aro coming hero uow, thoso fellows
with Anso Cowan n' their head. You
know what for. Tho question Is not
do you wish to marry tno; but do you
trust me moro than you do Anso Cow
uu? Listen! It will bo a form only I
urn not conceited enough to bellovo you
desiro mo for your husband. Out you
know who I nro; you havo confidence
I", my honor. Ho cannot marry you
If you nro already my wlfo "
"He ho could kill you."
"Yes, thcro uro enough of thorn;
but thnt might happen anyway No
doubt It would, tor otherwise I should
tight to the cud. I do not think being
your husband will add In tho least to
my danger nnd It will possibly, le
gally, protect you."
"Hut how can I? Will it bo legal?"
"Noreen, don't stop to nrguo, or
doubt," 1 urged, grasping her hand In
eagerness. "Wo haven't tlmo. Listen
to thobo voices In tho hull! Of course
It will ho legal Nichols is an ordained
I minister, and no llcenso Is required I
! shall never
attempt to uoiu ou.
any court will set you
I Noiecn, and
free the moment you tell tho story.
Tho one. tho only thing, for you to con
sider now, Is cscnpo from Anso Cow
un." "You do this to to suvo mo?"
"To keep you from fulling bclploss
ly into tho clutches of a beast tell mo
yes! My (lod, girl, thcro they nre now
trying the door! Answer will you?"
"Yes yes, Tom Wyntt"
With ono leap paBt her I had Nich
ols by the collnr, tho muzzle of my re
volver at his head. A heavy foot
crushed against tho locked door, and a
volco without gavo utterance to an
"Mnrry me to thlfl girl," I command
ed sternly. "Como now, not a word;
don't wait to ask a question. Noreen,
tuko my hand"
"Open up In thcro or we'll break
down tho door I" en mo hoarsely from
My oyes never left Nichols' faco.
What ho read of threat I know not,
but his IIpb began to stumblo through
tho form, though I could scarcely dis
tinguish a word. Ills faco wns gray
with terror, and I dnred not look aside
nt tho silent girl only 1 vnguely
realized that tho hand held in mlno
trembled, nnd once, when sho had to
speak, tho two words uttered were al
most a sob.
Novor surely wns thero n stranger
marrlago In nil tho world. Tho dying
embers of tho stable llro shot red
gleams of llnmo over us through the
unshaded windows, giving Nichols a
ghnstly look, anil glowing on tho steel
barrel of tho revolver 1 held poised nt
his head. His volco faltered and broke,
and clotted blood rendered hideous one
side of his face, while his huuds shook
ns If with pulsy All tho sneaking
coward In him wns manifest. Outside
u dozen voices roared, ono rising gruff
above the others shouting orders. Once
a single shot crashed through tho up
per pnnfl of tho tloor and broko tho
glass of u window opposite Tho girl,
stnrtlcd, reeled against me. and the
prencher stopped, gasping for breath.
"No firing, you fool!" roared a deep
volco angrily. "Wo don't want any dead
ones beat down the door1"
"Go on!" I ordered grimly, nnd
thrust tho black muzzlo hard against
his cheek. The preacher choked, but
tho usual words of the ritual sound
ing nlmoBt like mockery dropped me
chunlcnlly from IiIb tongue
"And now I pronounce you mnn nnd
wife, und whom God hnth Joined to
gether, lot not man put asunder.
Sho gave vent to n little sobbing
cry, hnlf stilled In her throat, nnd
"And Now I Pronounce You Man and
Hhrank away from me. I knew that
her faco was burled in her hands, yet
hud no tlmo to look that wuy, or utter
n word. Illlle butts wero crashing In
tho panels of the door; I could pcr
ceivo nlreudy dim figures revealed
through tho Jugged openings made In
tho light wood, a vista of faces, a
gleam of weapons
"Hit lower down!" yelled the same
gruff volco of command. "There Is a
bolt thnt holds fust reach In, Sunn
deral" "(let back beyond tho bed." I
culled, pushing hor behind mc, nnd
bracing myself for tho tlrst shock.
Tho door gave, sagging nsldo on Kb
hinges, nnd half falling Inward, and
through tho opening men tumbled for
ward, carbines gripped In their bunds.
Tho red light gleamed ghastly across
their foces and revealed tho bluo uni
form of Federal cavalry.
Before Lieutenant Raymond.
The headlong rush stopped In star
tled amazement ut sight of us, nnd 1
stood thero staring at them, unable to
speak, my revolver lowered In thnt
Instunt of puusc, nn olllcer thrust tho
men aside and fuced mo, sword In
"What does this mean, sir? Who
nro you?" ho questioned, sweeping his
glunco over my uniform, nnd then be
yond mo at tho two others.
"I would ask the same question," I
returned, not yet assured as to whom I
confronted, nnd suspecting some trick.
"Wo bolleved ourselves attacked by
guerrillas. Aro you soldlerB?"
"Well, rather," with u short, grim
laugh. "Thoso nro Pennsylvania cav
alrymen My nnmu Is Itnymond and
1 demand to know, first of nil, where
you got possession of that Third U S
cnvnlry uniform "
Perhaps In his excitement he hud
not really recognized her bofoie; nut
thoso words wero scarcely out of his
mouth when tho lady stood hestdo mo,
facing him. 1 caught 4o swift (tush
of hor eyes ns though warning mo to
silence. Whatever fear sho had for
morly felt seemed to have left her In
this crisis, for sho stood erect, ber
cheeks Mushed, her eyes frunV.ij meet
Ing those of the surprised olllcer.
"You will, howovor, recognlzo me.
lleutennnt," sho snld pleasantly, ahu
extended her hand. "nnd If you will
listen I think I can clear up the mys
tery." "Miss MIbb Hnrwood," he mur
mured, slightly embarrassed, but still
belligerent, his glance wandering
from her faco to n.lne, "Certainly
wo hoped to find you hero. It was to
rescue you we came at least It wob
that hope which led me to request tho
sending of troops, nnd to accompnny
them. This outrage has been commit
ted, I bellovo, by Cowun's gung. and
this man hore "
"Is my friend," she Interrupted
quietly. "Lleutennnt llaynioud, If
you will kindly order your men to re
tiro I will gladly explain his presence
In tho house."
"You wish to Bpeak to me nlono?"
"Not necessarily; but I certainly
prefer greater privacy than this. You
are In command?"
"No; Captain Whltlock Is below."
He turned towurd the crowd blocking
tho doorwny und I grasped tho oppor
tunlty to breathe a hasty word of
warning Into tho ear of Nichols Tho
girl novor glanced again nt either of
"Take tho men back into the hall,
sergeant." tho lieutenant ordered,
"nnd look through whatever rooms
havo not been visited. IlequoBt Cap
tain Whltlock to Join mo hero."
Wo wulted motionless, tho lleutcn-
nnt's hand on the butt of his revolver,
as though ho half susplcloned treach
ery. Twice ho endeavored to open
conversation with tho lady, but hor
responso was not encouraging, nnd ho
evidently did not feel sufo except with
IiIb oyes on me. Itnymond fronted nw,
n tall, well-proportioned fellow, with
Incipient mustnehe. black and curled
ut tho polntB; a rather long face, and
eyes sternly serious. There was about
him nn appearance of force u bit of
n bully I should Bay and his uniform
was new. und carefully tlttcd
A man stood In tho doorway, bow
Ing, his mild blue eyes sun eying us
nervously Ho Bported a light benrd,
closely trimmed, tho top of his head
scarcely reaching to tho lleutennnt s
shoulder Miss Noreen greeted him
with o. welcoming smile, nnd he
stepped gallantly forward, bending low
as ho accepted her hand.
"So pleased, so delighted. MIbb Hnr
wood, to llnd you safe and well We
were. Indeed, grently worried at tho
thought of your being hero alone,'
he exclaimed, a slight lisp In his
voice. "You have not suffered. I
"Not seriously, Captain Whltlock:
tho guerrillas wero outwitted"
"Ah! do not attempt to explain, I
beg. Wo understand what you have
passed through, as we have captured
two of the villains You Bont for me.
"Yes, air, I did," the young officer's
expression exhibiting clearly the con
tempt he felt for his superior. "I pre
ferred that you decide what shall be
done with this fellow." pointing at
linger at mo. "Miss Harwood vouches
for him, but I full to understand how
ho comes to bo in tho uniform of my
(TO II K CONTINUED.!
KEEPING CUT FLOWERS FRESH
Must Be Property Taken Care of, and
Here Are Some Suggestions
The only drawback to cut flowers Is
thnt they wither so quickly, nnd In
keoplng thom fresh some seom to have
moro luck than others.
For instance. In tho matter of vio
lets, It 1b possible to wear thom sev
eral times without noticing tho over
powering stale odor which proclaims
them beyond redemption
Of courso many people find thnt thoy
cannot wear cut flowers oven for one
afternoon, becnuse In somo enflos the
body heat scorns to wilt thom, but If
UiIb can bo avoided It Is qulto pos
Biblo to find a bunch nlmnst ns fresh
tho second dny as on fho first If they
were properly guarded overnight.
Keep tho box that they camo in and
when you tnko thom oft hold tho stems
under running water for a few mln-
nutes, taking caro not to wet tho vlo
Then wrap them up In the oiled pa
por and put them back In the covered
box outsldo tho window If It Is cool;
If not, in tho refrigerator, but In either
case keep thom wrapped.
This treatment seoms to restore the
flowers and hold In tho delicious odor
which so soon becomes rank If they
aro kopt unwrapped In n close room.
Some poople think n pinch of salt In
tho water will keep cut flowers fresh
longer, and so It does In somo cases
In others It seems to chnngo the col
ors a llttlo. With roses It Is buccokh
ful, but not so much so with violets.
A piece of gum camphor Is snld to be
an oxcollent preservative In tho water
and others advocate a small lump of
charcoal, but In any enso tho wntor
should be changed dally and the flow
ers put In a cool place overnight.
Bill "I seo an electrician claims
to hnvo Invented apparatus by which
'ho enn mensuro tho ten-millionth part
of n second of tlmo."
Jill "Well, oven such an npparntu
couldn't in ea Hiiro tho length of time
a girl takes to mnko up her mind to
say yes when a man proposes mar
rlago to hor"
"Why couldn't It?"
"Because she's already mado up hor
mind to say yes, you know."
No 8moko Without Fire.
Thero can no great smoko arise, bt".
thero must be some flro. John Lyly
MISER DIES LEAVING
FORTUNE OF $15,000
Begged Day Before He Died and
Had $1,000 in Cash When
Toledo, Ore Faco downward In a
heap between pieces of his crudt
homemade- furniture, the body of Tor
gen O. Svendscn, aged seventy-four, t
Norwegian miser, wus found In hit
lonely houso on Olnlla slough a few
days ago by Jundor Olson, a neighbor
Dr. R. D. IlurgcsB, county physician
and Sheriff Cleor found tho houst
locked nnd barred and tho window!
nailed with heavy spikes, making II
necessary to break in a door.
In tho bottom of Svendscn's trunk
wero two tobacco sacks containing
$1,000 in gold, on his person was n
$20 gold pieco and somo small change
Faced Downward in
Ho had ordered $1 worth of cough
medicine charged nt a Toledo drug
store last Saturday, saying ho had no
money with which to pay lor it.
Ills estato Includes property worth
moro tliuii $1,000, und he has been
known to havo lent some money. It
Is snld ho ulso has property In Ore
gon City und in Sulcm. Ills friends
estimate his wealth ut $15,000.
Little Is known of Svendscn hero
except thnt ho cumo from (Judbruus
dalen, Norway; that ho lived for u
long tlmo at lloring. Ore.
RIDE WITH DOG ONLY GUiDE
Three Brothers, All Sightless, Travel
Alone and Go Where They
Marshall, Ark. Hiding on horse
back ,'IG miles from Boyle, Stone coun
t& to Marshall, by way of Hlg Flat,
James Albert Horlo, who hnB beeu
blind since ho wns live years old, ar
rived nt Frank Knlnbolt's, near Mar
shall, u few dnys ugo. Ho camo all
tho way with no ono to guldo him ex
cept his faithful dog. He chained his
dog to the bit or his horso's bridle.
Tho dog started out In tho direction
thnt Mr. Korio pointed. When tho dog
camo to tho forks of a road he would
trot back nnd forth until Mr. Itorle
motioned either to tho left or to the
right, nnd thon they would proceed on
their Journey. Thero nro thren broth
ers In this family who nro blind, the
other two being Henry nnd John. Thoy
go to any placo thoy wish with no per
son to accompnny them. Last year
Jnmes Albert traveled over lloono,
Marlon nnd Searcy counties. For a
number of years they havo operated a
broom factory near Mcl'herson, Uaxter
GETS ANGRY BULLFROG HERD
Girl Wearing Red Bathing Suit, At
tacked in Water, Afterward Using
Costume for Decoy.
Wlusted, Conn. Frog parties are
likely to bcromo popular with bathers
at other Inland water resorts whon
tho experlonco of a girl clad In a
bright red bathing suit necomes gen
The girl in scarlet was bathing In
shallow water at Highland lake when
she felt something ntrlko her repeat
edly. Sho wondered what It could
be, but a quick glunco into the lake
explained nil sho saw frogs of all
sizes chasing and jumping at her scar
Being a great lover of thnt delect
ablo dish, frogs' legs, the girl turned
her experience to good account. Sho
ropnlred to a cottage, sewed about
fifty fish hooks In tho bright red bath
ing suit, nnd then re-entered tho lake.
When she emerged from the water
nearly every hook held a bullfrog.
"HELLO" GIRL SCARES GANG
frtngs Up Bank and Five Men at Work
Smashing Safe at Once Take
to Their Heels.
North Tonawandn. N. Y. Bobbery
of tho Stnto National bank of Ransom
vlllo, Niagara county, was foiled by
tho quick wit of n telephone girl, who
"rnng up" tho bank just na tho rob
bers, flvo In number, woro nbout to
blow open tho Inner door of tho panic
Tho robbers had succeeded In blow
ing open tho fireproof door of tho safe
proper whon frightened away. They
escaped In an automobile.
? JBl. "
MmM Wm mama "st
a Heap. I
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larged Glands, VVeni, Bruises, Varicose Veins
heala Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell you
more if you write, ft and 52 a bottle at
letlcn or delltered. UbcrtI till! bottle lor 10 tump.
W. F.Y0UNQ, P. D. F.,llOTtmsliSU8prlnanld, Mil.
Is Clogged Up
That's Why You'r Tired-Out of Sorts
Hv Mo Appetite.
will rjutvou rich
in a few days.
Biliousness, Indigestion and Sick Headache
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
The Dog and the Hare.
A Hound having sturtcd a Huro on
the hill-side pursued hor for some dis
tance; at ono time biting her with his
teeth as if he would tako her life, and
at another tlmo fawning upon her, M
If In play with nnother dog. The
Hiiro snld to htm: "I wish you would
act Binceroly by mo, and show' your
self In your truo colors. If you are
trlend, why do you blto mo so harsll
If an enemy, why Uo you fawn,-;
Thoy uro no friends whom you;
not whether to trust or to distmiWsH
From Aesop's Fables.
The Proper Place.
"I suw a funny thing toduy. It waa
a statue of u great Inventor with a
lot of cogwheels scattered about the
baso of It."
"Well, whore would you have thom
put the wheels?"
"In his head, of courso."
It belongs only to tho guilty to
II Never Came Back
Backache Sufferer! Thousands will
tell you what wonderful relief they
have had from Doan's Kidney Pills.
Not only relief, but lasting cures.
If you are Inine in the morning, have
headache, nervous troubles, dizzy spells
and irregular kidney or bladder action,
dnn't wait until gravel, dropsy or
Uriplit's dinease gets hold. Use Uoan's
Kidney Pills, the best-recommended
A Nebraska Case
Mrs. A. O. Wess
berg. 703 W. Fourth
St.. North Platte,
Neb., snys: "I Buf
fered terribly from
kidney cllseasa and
ono ilortor ralil I
lmd u. Iloatlnc kid
KM I SIM)
ney. The swelling
wns very notlce
uble and the pains
wero utmost un
bearable. The kid
ney sec rot Ions
p a s a o d too fro-
v. tjuently and wero
of tho operation, which was suggested,
I usd Doan's Kidney Pills. They
cured me and the trouble has never
Gtt Don' st Ar Store, 80c n D ex
roSTER-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO. H. Y.
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W. N. U LINCOLN, NO. 44-1915.
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