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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, 0 HIE F
If cross, feverish, constipated,
give "California Syrup
A laxatlvo today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children Blmply will not
take tho tlmo from piny to empty their
bowels, which become clogged up with
waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach
Look at the tongue, mother! If coat
ed, or your child la listless, cross, fov
erlsh, breath bad, restless, doesn't cnt
heartily, full of cold or has soro throat
or any other children's ailment, given
tcaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," then don't worry, becauso It 19
porfectly harmlcHB, and In n few hours
oil this constipation poison, sour bllo
nnd fermenting wasto will gently
movo out of tho bowels, and you havo
a well, playful child again. A thor
ough "lnsldo cleansing" Is ofttlmcs all
that Is necessary It should bo tho
first treatment given In any sickness.
Howaro of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask at tho store for a GOccntbottloof
"California Syrup of Figs," which has
full directions for babies, children of
nil ages nnd for grown-ups plainly
printed on tho bottle. Adv.
"Holla Is very proud of her pedl
"Humph! Were her ancestors Mnl
teso or Angoras?" Puck.
TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS
WHEN BLADDER BOTHERS
Harmless to Flush Kidneys and Neu
tralize Irritating Acids Splendid
for the System.
Kldnoy and DIndder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
Tho kidneys filter this acid from tho
blood and pass It on to tho bladdor,
whoro It often remains to Irritate and
Inflamo, causing a burning, scalding
sensation, or setting up an irritation
at tho neck of tho bladder, obliging
you to seek rollef two or threo times
during tho night. Tho BUffercr Is In
constant droad, tho water passes
somctimoB with a scalding sensntion
and is very profuso; again, tbero is
dlinculty In avoiding It.
Bladdor weakness, most folks call
it, bocauBo they can't control urina
tion. Whllo it is extremely annoying
and sometimes very painful, this is
really ono of tho most slmplo ailments
to overcome Get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and
tako a tnblcspoonful in a glass of
water beforo breakfast, continue this
for two or three days. This will neu
tralize tho nclds in tho urlno bo it no
longer la a sourco of irritation to tho
bladdor nnd urinary organs which then
act normally again.
.Tad Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is mndo from tho acid of grapes
nnd lomon juice, combined with llthia,
and Is used by thousands of folks who
nro subject to urinary disorders caused
by uric acid Irritation. Jad Salts Is
splendid for kidneys and causes no
bad offocts whatovor.
Hero you havo a pleasant, efferves
cent llthla-water drink, which quickly
rellove3 bladdor trouble. Adv.
New Steamship Line Projected.
Tho congress of Ecuador has grant
ed a concession for a steamship lino
botween Guayaquil, Ecuador and Phil
adelphia. Tho vcssols of tho company
nro to nnvlgato under the Ecuadorian
flag and at leaBt one-half of tho em
ployees nro to bo natives of Ecuador.
It Is stipulated that tho steamships
must begin running within ono and
one-half years aftor tho signing of tho
REE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls! Denutlfy Your Hair! Make It
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant Try
tho Moist Cloth.
Try as you will, after an application
of Dandorino, you cannot find a slnglo
traco of dandruff or falling hair and
your scalp will not itch, but what will
plcaso you most, will bo aftor a fow
wooks' uso, whon you boo now hair,
flno and downy at first vos but real
ly now hair growing all over tho
A little Danderlne immediately dou
bloa tho beauty of your hair. No differ
onco how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Dandorino and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking ono small
strand at a tlmo. Tho effect is im
mediate and amazing your hair will
bo light, fluffy and wavy, and havo an
appcaranco of abundancoj an Incom
parable luster, softness and luxuri
ance tho beauty and shimmer of true
Get n 25 cent hottlo of Knowlton's
Danderlne from any Btoro and provo
that your hnlr Is as pretty and Boft
us any that It has been neglected or
injured by careless treatment that's
Miss Geneva Mooaer, twonty-ono,
succcoils hor docoascd father as audi
tor of St. Clair county, Missouri.
A saturated solution of celluloid In
banana oil makes a durablo lacquer
Kin Hunblbardl Essays
TH' WORLD T'DAY
By KIN HUBBARD.
It's been nbout thirty-ilvo years slnco
ole Marsh Swallow used t' drop In Calo
Fluhart's sanctum of a mornln' nn'
look over th only dully paper that
come t' town an' then put his steel
rimmed spcctnclea back In a tin enso
nn' remnrk "Well, Calo, It looks llko
th' world wuz goln' t' h-1." I reckon
a good many folks nrrlvo at th' same
conclusion t'dny after they skim over
th' newspaper headlines. Yet look
back at th' things that havo happened
since olo Marsh Swnllow's day things
that threatened th' very llfo o' th' na
tion nn' then look nt th' world t'dny.
She chugs along as merrily as you
please without even a loose fender
We're all too ready t' vlow with
"Ole Marsh Swallow Used t' Drop In Cale Fluhart's Sanctum of a Mornln'
an' Look Over th' Only Dally Paper That Come t' Town an' Then Put
His Steel Rimmed Spectacles Back In a Tin Case an' Remark: "Well,
Cale, It Looks Like th' World Wuz goln' t H 1."
alarm. Wo glvo up too easy after
readln' th' newspapers. Jest becauso
somo feller kills his wlfo an' shoots
himself In th'arm Is norcaBon why wo
should all proparo for th' worst. Fads
nn' panics an' crlmo wavea como an'
go an' aro soon fcrgotten. In splto of
all th' newspaper headlines to' th' con
trary th world Is growln' better nn'
It's a great privilege t' Ilvo In It even
if you're peddlln" lead pencils.
Thoro's an ever incrensln' demand for
croquet sets, an' skilled scientists aro
dovotin' thor best licks f th' prolong
in' o human life. Th' softcnln' Influ
ence o' women nn girls in th' trades
an' professions tends t' awecten la
bor, ensy modes o' trnnsportntlon
brings friends an' relatives f th' clos
est Intimacy. It's some world.
This Is th' age o' runnln' in debt,
which proves our confldcnco in th'
future Th' elimination o' wasto has
Our Mania fer Amusement
That our modern mania for enter
tainment is fast underminln' th' spir
itual an' commercial llfo o' th nation
boyond a doubt Is th' opinion o' Rov.
WHoy Tnnger, who, last night, ad
dressed th' graduatln' class o' Dal
Plum's barber college. After dcplorln'
th' passln' o' th' olo family circle an'
th' underskirt Dr. Tnnger said In part
"Followln' closo upon th' heels o'
our crazo V bo amused, has como a
brazen an' almost brutal indifference
toward work. T'day a Job is regarded
as merely a stcppln' Btono t' a vaca
tion t' swell clothes an' a good tlmo.
Sunday Is marked by th' hurryln' an'
scurryln' o' thoso on plcasuro bent.
Decoration day lias lost Its identity
nn Saturday night Is an orgy. Th'
player planner with Its ragtlmo rolls
has backed th' library ont' th back
porch, an a stack o phonograph rec
ords has th' place o' honor on th' cen-
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"Th' Thirst fer Pleasure Has Long Since Infested th' Broad, Profitable Farms
o' th Countryside, an th' Tanned an' Brawny Bona o th' Wealthy Farmer
Perch Dejectedly on th' Barbed Fences an' Sigh fer th' Conjested City
With Its Smells an' Tribulations, While His Daughters Droop an' Fade
at th' Prospect o' Endln' Ther Days So fer Removed From th' Centers o'
Danger an' Merriment."
ter table onco held by th family Bible.
Th' theaters run th year around an'
music an' vaudovlllo aro served with
our chops. After over' llttlo task
comes a longln for dlvorslon. Wom
en can't shop without a film between
over' purchase. Our vory churchoB
havo kltchenB an' stcreoptlcon lan
terns. A movin plcturo tho-ater
thrives whero threo grocers failed be
fore Th' thirst for pleasure has long
Blnco Infested th broad profitable
farms o th' countryside, an' th' tanned
an' brawny sons o' th' wealthy farmor
porch dojoctcdly on th' barbed fences
an' sigh for th' conjested city with Its
smells an' tribulations, whllo his
daughters droop an' fado at th' pros
poet o endln' thor dayB so fer removed
from th' conters o' danger an' merri
ment. In th' busy factory an' dingy
Bweat shop men an' women count tho
minutes till knockln off tlmo when
thoy are t' hurry homo an' doll up an'
mndo such gigantic strides that even
a cold baked p'tato may bo utilized.
This is an age o' supervision an' In
spection. Even folks who board know
what they're eatln'. Civic prldo an
lovo o' personal adornment la pono
trntln' for In th' rural districts. Hod
ramblers cling nbout th' most humble
homes, while th' fanner who's unac
quainted with th' twists nn' turns of n
loud four-in-hand Is th' cxcoptlon. Llfo
snvln' machinery has replaced th' olo
tlmo churn nn' washboard. Carpen
ters quit work In th' mlddlo o' th' af
ternoon, nn prunes are kopt under
glass. Great charity organizations
look after th' cold an' starvln' who for
git t' work In th' summer, an' schemes
o' ever' sort are provided for
who neglected t' learn a trade.
An Industrial relapso has been
scheduled t' foller ovor' labor savin'
Invention, an' moral rulii hiiB been In
variably linked with ever' social
spasm, yot hero wo nro.
Don't git a wnrped view o' llfo on
account of a few scattered crimes
Don't Iobc interest in Ufa because
some wlfo murderer gits paroled, or
a bank wrecker gits a now trial. Don't
becomo a sallow calamity howler with
a clogged liver an a vibratln" Adam's
apple on account o' th' tango, nnklo
watch an' isinglass stockln'fl. Ther's
still lots o' good In th' world outsldo
th' cafo belt.
Wear th' smllo o' optimism, even if
It docs make you look like a young
Join th' merrymnkcrs on th rlalto.
"A feller used f sort o glvo up an'
settle down nt forty, after a fow lovo
affairs an' a couplo of excursions, but
t'day a feller is young as long as ho
kin git shaved an dress th part. Even
th' mothers o" t'day indulge In our fan
tastic excesses as long as they kin
git a switch t' match an' nro nblo t'
button thcr backs. About all that re
mains o' th' old order o' things la th'
American breakfast, nn' It lins been
modified until its hardly worth glttln'
up for. Oh, fer th' olo-tlmo mother
who regarded duty aa a mere cplsodo,
an' oh, for th' olo-tlmo father who
changed th' appcaranco o' th whole
neighborhood ever' tlmo he woro a
'"What Shall Wo Do f Do Saved?'
is no longer th thought uppermost In
our souls. Th' question o t'day Is,
'What Shall We Do T'NIGHT?' "
Many o' our representative citizens
" . fH
dooply regret Dr. Tanger's rcmarkB,
an' regard his address as bein' ills
couragln' f capital. President McGco
o' th Excelsior-Comfort Factory chal-,
lengoa th' truth o' many o' Dr. Tang
er's assortlonB, growln' particularly
heated as ho denied that any one o
his threo employees hurried homo
after work t' dross up. Ho also went
so for as f say that f his certain
knowledgo ovor one-half o' his om
ployoes had never seen a film much
loss a cafo. Howovor, th sentiment
agin Dr. Tangor cooled an' Boftoned
considerably toward ovonln' when It
wuz learned ho has dyspopsla.
(Copyright, Adams Nowspaner Service.)
Knew It Was Something French.
"I am afraid your daughter, Mrs.
Comoup, has not enough savolr-falro."
"Dear mo! Do you think wo'll hnvo
to 'wait until tho war ia ovor to got
hor moro from Paris."
BABY HANDS STAY
ARM OF THE LAW
Father Is Saved From Prison
Term by Prattle of
CROWD WINS PAROLE
Intercedes With Judge In Behalf of
Prisoner Somebody Passes the
Hat and His Honor Scowls
and Then Contributes.
Knnsns City, Mo. A pair of habj
hands reached out and stayed the nnn
of the law Just beforo It thrust Ar
thur lteeson Into tho penitentiary for
three years. The hands belonged to
Unby Ileeson, aged eighteen months,
who sat upon his mother's lap during
the trial of his father.
Hccson, who Is an expert handler of
horses, look a horse from the pasture
of Herman Vogel, near Independence.
He sold tho nnlmnl and went to Dob
Moines, where hu worked steadily un
til his arrest. Ileeson attracted little
attention In the courtioom. Hut every
ono not otherwise engaged was look
ing nt or playing with llnby Ileeson.
"Three years." Bald Judge Lutsliaw.
The prisoner hung his head and fol
low eil tho olllcer In charge.
Went on Prattling.
Hnhy Hecson'a mother blanched. lln
by Ileeson reached out his hands to u
new-found friend and went on prat
tling. Thnt was too much for the at
taches of tho court. They had Been
many men slink into the room behind
the jury box nnd pass down the long
corridor nnd stairway of tho Jail the
way that leads finally to tho peniten
tiary. A newspaper man went down to the
Jail to talk to tho prisoner. Then ho
enmo back and talked to" tho crowd In
tho courtroom, which awaited the call
ing of tho next trinl. A dozen men
went to talk to Judge I.atshaw. Some
body else passed tho hat.
Tho Judge Bald something nbout the
general "omcryncss" of horso steal
ing. Outsldo tho Judgo's chambers tho
dimes and quarters and half dollars
and dollars woro clinking na they
dropped Into tho hnt. Up In the front
of tho courtroom Haby Ileeson was
holding a leveo and Mother Ileeson
Sat Upon Hla Mother's Lap During the
was trying hard not to let anyone see
that she was crying.
"Hut tho baby," pleaded tho delega
tion. "All right, get him a Job and I'll
parole him," said tho Judge.
Dignity Is Forgotten.
"Good boy, Judge!" shouted some
ono who had forgotten tho dignity of
Tho Judgo scowled nnd slipped into
tho hand of a deputy marshal "some
thing for tho hat."
Loo Novlns, ono of tho marshal's
forco, wired to Des Moines nt his own
expense to sco if Uoeson could havo
hla former position back.
During tho afternoon a messago
camo from Hoeson's former employer
In Des Moines. It said that there is
no work for him now but that as Boon
as a place can be found ho may como
on. Tho marshal's forco offered to
pay Hoeson's way to Des Moines.
"Hettor get him something to do
hero. I'll let him out as soon as you
do," suggested Judgo Latshaw.
ATTACKS BULL WITH AUTO
South Dakota Man Saved by Neighbor,
Finally Able to Leave the
Hudson, S. D. John Delver has
been discharged from tho hospital
horo, partially recovered from his In
juries received when he was attacked
by a bull on a Lincoln county farm.
Dolver bad been nearly killed by
tho animal when a neighbor charged
tho beast with an uutomobllo and,
aftor ropoatod assuults, drovo It away.
Kept on Ironing.
Now York. Accidentally shot In tho
knoo by her olovcn-ycar-old nephew
who was playing with a revolver, Mrs.
Lillian M. Thomas continued to Iron
handkorchlofs. Hor task finished.
Bho notified a physician.
MADE OWN ROAD TO SUCCESS
Woman Proved She Was Cnpable of
Making Her Way, Despite All
Forms of Competition.
Forced by tho Illness of her hus
band flvo years ago to take tip tho
burden of supporting tho family, Mrs.
Jennie Watklns In that tlmo has be
come one of tho foremost woman In
surance agents In the country and linn
written more than one million dollars'
vwuth of Insurance policies.
Mrs, Watklns Uvea nt No. 280 Fort
Washington avenue, where aim main
talna her oIIIcd. Shu Is the only wom
an member of ho $200,000 club, nn
organization of expert Inauranco
agents whose annual writings of poli
cies reach that amount every year.
She declares, and her associates,
who are men, ugieo with her, that she
gained her success through competi
tion on equal grounds with her male
opponents, and she has vanquished
them In contests entirely by superior
arguments, and not by falling back on
tho handicap which her sex might give
her. New York Times.
"Talking about dogment "
"Don't! That ia whlnuerwurst
i Woman' j
How to Feel Well During Middle
life Told by Three Women Who
Learned from Experience.
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New Arsenal for Greek Navy.
Much of tho preliminary work has
been done on tho proposed now arsenal
for tho Greek navy, which Is to replace
tho present arsenal at Salamls. Tho
cost of tho now establishment la estl
mated at $14,000,000. Tho work Is Do
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Good for nil Eyes that Need Care.
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Sends Eyo Hook on request
Albert Hargreavos, a Paterson, N.
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