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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away til the stomach, liv
er, and bowel poisons be
To feci your best dny In and day
out, to foci clean Insldo; no som blls
to coat oir tonguo and sicken your
breath or cull your head; no constipa
tion, bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid stom
ach, you must batho on the Insldo lileo
you batho outside This Is vasily
nioro important, becnuso tho skin
pores do not absorb Impurities into
the blood, while tho bowel pores do,
says a well-known physician.
To keep theso poisons and toxins
well flushed from tho stomach, Hvor,
kidneys and bowels, drink boforo
breakfast each day, a glass ol hot wa
fer with a tcaspoonful of limestone
phosphate In It. This will clcanso,
purify and freshen tho entire alimen
tary tract, boforo putting moro food
into tho stomach.
Get a quarter pound of Hmestouo
phoBphuto from your druggist or at
tho store. It in InoxporiBlvo and al
most tasteless, except a sourish
tingo which Is not unpleasant. Drink
phosphatod hot water overy morning
to rid your system of theso vllo poi
sons and toxins; also to provent their
To feel like young folks feel; llko
you felt before your blood, nerves and
muscles becamo saturated will' an ac
cumulation of body poisons, begin this
treatment and above all, keep It upl
As soap and hot water act on tho skin,
cleansing, sweetening and purifying,
so limestono phosphate and hot water
beforo breakfast, act on tho stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels. Adv.
"Hard to get along with, Isn't ho?'
"Oh, yes. Ho is as quarrelsome as
Now la the Time to Ont Hid of Tuesa
There's no longer tho slightest need of
frillm: ushamnl nf our frickkn, ns the
(inscription tithltio double strength li
KunrunUeil to remoxe these hoint ly spots
Simply Ktl tin nuriro of othlnc double
strength from jour druRKlst, uml nnply a
little of It n I Klit unit mornltK and you
rhould soon pie Hint irn the orst freckles
Iiivp licKun to illsipppnr, whllo the llyh'er
.n8 lino vanished mtlrcly It Is rihlom
Hint morn thin one ounce la needed to com
pletely char the skin uml coin u beautiful
He sure to nst for tin double, strength
othlne, nil this Is sold under uunr.mtie of
money back If It falls to irmovo freckles
"You are getting quite bald, sir,'
remarked the fresh bniber.
"Yes," rejoined tho victim in tho
chair, "but if my head ever gets as
soft as yours I'll raise hair to sell."
BABY'S ITCHING SKIN
Quickly Soothed and Healed by
Cutlcura. Trial Freo.
Batho with hot water and Cutlcura
Soap. If thcro Is any irritation anoint
gently with Cutlcura Ointment on end
of flngor. Refreshing slumber for rest
less, fretful babies usually follows the
uso of theso super-creamy emollients.
They are a boon to tired mothers.
Proo samplo each by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dopt. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
"Don't you think that woman's skirt
Is cr a triflo too high?"
"That depends on tho point of
"Oh, tho point of view Is eminently
satisfactory, so far as 1 am concerned.
1 was Just speaking on general prin
No sick headache, sour stomach,
biliousness or constipation
Get a 10-cent box now.
Turn tho rascals out tho headache,
biliousness, indigestion, tho sick, sour
stomach nnd foul gases turn them
out to-night atd keep them out with
Millions of men and women tako a
Cascaret now and then and never
know tho misery caused by a lazy
liver, clogged bowels or nn upset stom
ach. Don't put In another day of distress.
Let Cascarcts clcanso your stomach;
romovo tho nour, fermenting food;
tnko tho excess bllo from your llvor
and carrv out all tho constipated
wasto matter and poison In the
bowels. Then you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight stinightens you
out by morning. They work whilo
you sleep. A 10-cent box from
any drug storo means n clear head,
sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver
and bowel action for months. Chil
dren lovo Cnscarets becauso they
never grlpo or sicken. Adv.
"Has ho a scnso of fairness?"
"Goodness, yes! Ho san toll them
a block away."
I never know a man who could
chow tobacco gracefully.
SAYS HORSES AN EXTRAVAGANCE
ON THE AVERAGE
WINDMILLS ECONOMIC POWER
Items of General Interest Gathered
from Reliable Sources Around
the State House.
Western Xenipiprr t'tilon News Srvlc
It takes t.nsnnnrj horsepower hours
of work (o market Nebraska's wheat
crop, and 0.300.000 horsepower hours
of work to muikct tho stnto's corn
crop, et (his tremendous volume of
power Is but one twenty-fifth of tho
total amount of energy required an
nually in agriculture in tho common
wealth. This and other Interesting facts worn
related by Pi of. h. W. Chase, denn of
tho agricultural engineering depart
ment of tho University of Nebraska,
before tho monthly meeting of the Om
aha &. Council Blufls Implement nnd
Vehicle club at Omaha,
According to the 1910 census, ?44,
2I9.7S0 wotth of Implements nnd strtie
tines wero owned by farmers In tho
commonwealth, he said. Windmills
were characterized as the "most eco
nomical form of farm power," and
horses as an "extravagance" on tho
nvorago farm. Wldo wagon tires nnd
long hitches were recommended by tho
professor, who explained that a nar
row tire acts on a road llko a disc
harrow, whllo a wide tiro actB as o
Heavy Auto License Business.
In tho first two months this year
Secretary of State Tool has issued
within 3,000 as many automobile
llccnscsns his oftico sent out In tho
entlro year of 1915. Tho total for
January and Februnry is 56,241, as
romparcd with somothlng over 59,000
total for last year. Tho expense of
tho nutomobllo registry department
during February was 51,472.
Notwithstanding that Nebraska re
quires all corporations doing business
within her borders to pay for tho priv
ilege of existing as corporations, tho
records In tho office of the secretary
of state indlcnto that a special tax
has no deterrent effect. A compari
son of tho cash receipts from that
sourco during tho month of Febru
ary for tho past two years is as
February. 1915 $1,947.10
February. 191C .1.380.75
Tho total receipts of the office for
February, 1915, wero $2,275 50. whllo
In February, 1910, they Increased to
Loan Shark Law Upheld.
Tho validity of tho law enacted bj
tho legislature of 1915 legalizing tho
business of so-called "loan sharks," is
established in nn opinion of tho high
bench In the test suit brought by Jules
Althaus In Douglas county. Tho do
clslon says that tho provision permit
ting such dealers to charge a broker
age fee of 10 per cent and nn examina
tion fee of 50 cents, In addition to 10
per cent interest, Is not "locnl nor
speclnl legislation" nnd that if does
not deny tho equal protection of the
laws. It Is further hold that tho pro
vision empowering tho secretary of
stato to reject applications for li
censes under this Inw does not confer
arbitrary power on that official. Un
der tho terms of tho "loan shark"
law, dealers aro required to tako out
annual licenses from tho secretary
of stato's office,
The state board of cducatlonnl lands
and funds has approved tho reap
praisement of stato lands for leasing
purposes mndo by county boardB in
eleven counties. Tho now nppraipo
ment will become effectlvo July 1. It
covorsil 281,564 acres For tho work ol
appraising tho stato paid county
board1?, $2,026. The appraisements ap
proved by tho stato board show an
lncreaso of $268,970 in tho valuation
of tho land, which means an Increase
of $16,138 annually In rental which
tho stato will receive. Tho rental per
aero in Franklin county wns Increas
ed from 29 cents an aero to 76 cents,
nnd In Kearney county from 22 cents
to 57 cents. Tho other counties in
which appraisements wero npproved
aro Cheycnno, Deuel, Arthur, Dundy,
Grfnt, Hooker, Kimball, McPherson,
Tho Nebraska stato banking board
announces that horeaftor an offort will
bo mado to investigate moro thorough
ly applications for stato bank char
ters In nn effort to curb tho "growing
tendency to promote nn oxcesslvo num
ber of stato banks." Tho board an
nounces that It will herafter require
50 pe- cent of tho stock of oach pro
poser fitato bank to be subscribed
nmon residents of tho community
whoro tho proposed Institution is to
b.i located, and It will oxnmlno closely
tho needs of tho peoplo of tho com
munlty for a new bank.
The stato board of educational lands
and fundi has bought county high
school bonds ns an investment foi
school funds belonging to tho stnto
This Is tho first purchno by the
stato of bonds of this kind. Hooker
country Is a sparsely sottlod county In
tho grazing region in tho northwest
orn part of Nebraska. It took ad
vantago of a state law of 1913 and
voted $8,000 for a county hlh school
Tho entlro county Is tnxed to pay thr
cost of maintaining a county high
school, Tho bonds bear 5 per cent
It takes 4,3b0 horsepower bonis ol
work to niiiikul Nebraska's wheat
crop, and (i,:i(0,000 hoisepowcr houi.
of woik to innikot the state's coin
crop, 'lhls Interesting fnct was re
luted by Pror. h W. Chute, tleau ol
tho agilcultural engineering dopnit
ment of the I'tiUeislty of Nebraska,
nt a meeting In Omaha lecently. Ac
cording to the 1910 tensiie, $11,249,
7S0 worth of Implements and stiuc
tares were owned by fanners In the
commonwealth, he said Windmills
weio eli'iracti'tirrd ns the "most eco
nomical fu. m of fat in powei," and
horses as nn "extravagance" on the
average form. Wide wagon tires and
long hitches wero recommended by
Kery township In Phelps oounl
was ieprescntcd by two or more men
nt a "better roads" meeting in Hold
tcgo recently. The meeting was called
by the County Iloatd of Stiporvlsois,
toad oversee! s and township board
members, composing the attendance.
Ideas wero ocluHigrd and unlfonn
methods of making and maintaining
roads were adopted. Much enthusiasm
wns shown by those prof out, and It i
expected Hint the county's highway
will benefit In no small incisure Horn
A big Interatato firemen's tourim
ment will bo staged In Omaha thli
summer. Teams from seven neighbor
lug stntcs win compete In volunteer
hose, hook nnd ladder and relaj
races, water fights, exhibitions of mo
tor apparatus and horse races ol
various kinds. The states ieprescnt
cd will be Nebraska. Iowa, South Da
kota, Minnesota. Kiinsn", Missouri
Colorado and Wyoming. The tourna
ment will bo tho first of Its kind evei
held In this pnrt of tho country.
Plans for the furtherance of the
Great Western Handicap shoot to be
hold In Omaha June 13, 14 nnd 15
wero formulated at n meeting of the
Omajin Gun cJlub Jnst vf-ek. Com
mittees wore nppolnted to enrry out
tho various accepted plans of the
meeting. The Omnha Gun club nnd
tho Interstate association hnve each
added $500 to the prize list, which
brings tho figure up to a decidedly
There probably ncer hns been a
winter when wohes were noted In
surh great numbers In Cass county
as has been tho enso this year Far
mers in dtlvlng along the toad during
tho daj time will see as many as three
sr four wolves within a few miles dis
tance. In the last thirty days about
twenty wolves have lecn killed by
the organized hunting parties nn'J
others have leen killed at other times.
Members of the volunteer fire de
partment of Holdrego have decided to
buy a motor truck for fire fighting
purposes. The truck will carry 1,000
foot of water hose and a chemical en
gine. One-hnlf tho amount required
to buy this Is now in the company's
treasury. Tho other half will either
come from the city or will be raised
by a scries of entertnlnments.
Streeter Day wilt bo ono of tho an
nual ovents In Aurora if the plans of
tho Aurora Commercial club arc car
ried out. Plans are now being matle
by tho Commercial club and city conn
ell for nn annual celebration In honor
jf the man whoso wealth went to the
city in tho establishment of the splen
did Streeter park, which has just be
como tho property of Aurora.
William W. Crlderman, confessed
slayer of Mrs. Heolan and Mrs. I.ny
port on the Heclan ranch, nenr Valen
tine, wns found guilty by a Jury In
Valentino and tho penalty fixed at
death in tho electric chair. Crlder
man, nftclr killing tho two women
with a shotgun, set fire to the house
In an effort to cover up the crime. He
will bo tho first man to dlo In the
chnlr In Nobrnskn.
A clean toothbrush league has ben
organized by tho boys of the V M. C.
A. of Fremont. Tho purpose of the
club Is to urge tho boys to foim the
the habit of keeping their teeth clenn.
Tho village of Merna has accepted
an offer of $6,500 from Dr. J. G. Brc-i-Izer
for the establishment of n pub'Ic
library. There aro no strings of any
ennsequenco nttached to the offer
At n meeting of tho Beatrice Quen
City Park association it was decided
not to drop out of tho Nobraska Spend
circuit, and It was voted to accept t'ic
dates of Juno 26, 27 and 28.
-Whilo out walking with Mayor
Slmpklns nt Orleans, W. P. Pier'-"
president of tho Stato bank of that
place, was killed Instantly by a run
awny team. The horses dashed urn"
them suddenly and Mr. Pierce failed
to get In the clear fast enough, an'J
A petition signed by 125 Seward
peoplo has been presented to the
council nsklng that tho discontinu
ance of Sunday movies be submittal
to a vote of tho peoplo at tho April
Tho itlnornry of W. J. Bryan In his
primary campaign In this stato Is In
Ing arranged and tho first speech wll
bo March 22, according to announce
irent of Mayor C. W. Bryan of Lin
coin, Mr. Bryan's entlro t1mo until the
primary election April 18, will bo giv
en over to Nebraska.
Lincoln people will have nn oppor
tunity to see all time records broken
In the construction of the new Ter
minal building. Tho entire ten Btory
building Is to bo completed by Au
gust J, moro than a month before the
stato fair opens.
Look, Mother! If tongue ir
coated, give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Children lovo this" "fruit laxntlvo,'
and nothing elso cleanses the tender
stomach, liver and bowels no nicely.
A child simply will not stop playing
to empty tho bowels, and tho result Is
they hoc oino tightly clogged with
wnbte, llvor gets Blugglsh, ntotmich
sours, then your Itttlo ono becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat,
sleep or act naturally, breath la bad,
8Btctn full of cold, hns soro throat,
stomach acho or diarrhoea. Listen,
Mother! Seo If tongue Is coated, then
glvo n tcaspoonful of "California
Syrup of llgs," nnd In a few hours all
tho constipated wasto, sour bllo and
undigested food passes out of tho sys
tem, and you have n well child again.
Millions of mothers glvo "California
Syrtip of Figs" because it Is perfectly
harmless; children lovo It, and It nev-'
cr falls to act on tho Btomnch, llvor
Ask at tho sloro for a 50 cent bottlo
of "California Syrup of Figs," which
has full directions for bahlcn, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on tho bottlo. Adv.
Tho leading dally newspapers In
London number 25.
German shippers hnvo never fa
ported 27,562,361 pounds of black and
tho long sen voyages to tho toll
USn ALI.HN'S I'OOT.rABR
The nntlBcptlu powder to tin stmknn Into
Miooh uml tisi-il In foot-lmth. It rellrve
pnlnful, swollen. BninrlliiK. nclitng, tlrril
frpt and Instnntly takm the mini? out tf
corns nml bunions. Tho greatest comfort
discovery of tho ncc. Sold everywhere, !S
Trlnl packnee KHKi:. Address Allen H.
Olmsted, Lo ltoy, N. Y. Adv.
"Say, pa, what's n bungalow?"
"'.Veil, n bungalow Is a parody on n
Fashions Set by Soldiers.
Alexander tho Great Is said to bo re
sponsible for men shaving their faces,
tho llaltlmoro Sun observes. When
his phalanx swept Into Asia tho
beards of his soldiers wero found to
bo a sourco of dnngor to themselves.
In hand to hand encounters with tho
enemy the, latter were found to pos
scss too great an ndvnntngo In being
nblo to grasp the beatd. As u matter
of military necessity Alexander or
dered all his fighting men to shavo.
Today in tho trenches of, Europo sol
diers are permitting tholr benrds to
grow as a protection ngalnBt cold
again a necessity of war and doubt
less tho wearing of benrds will bo
very generally revived In conBO
quenco. The War Spirit.
A British diplomat was praising tho
cheerful nnd dovoted spirit whorowlth
tho women of Britain aro doing their
share of war work.
"Thcro Is a story that illustrates
this flno spirit," said ho.
"A man asked his next-door neigh
bor in an English town:
"'Anybody III In your houso? I
heard a lot of frantic running up and
down stairs last night. It scorned to
go on pretty much all evening.'
"Hero, by tho way, I'd better ex
plain that an English bus has a double
dock llko tho New York bus of Broad
way and of Fifth nvenuo.
"Tho other man Bald In answer to
" 'Oh, no, wo'vo got nobody sick. It
was just my wife you heard. You seo,
sho'n taken a job as bus conductor and
last night she thought she'd have u bit
of practice running up tho Btops.' "
"Eating for Health"
consists in selecting food that will surely rebuild the
tissue cells of brain, nerve and muscle. In this daily
rebuilding certain elements richly stored in the field
grains are all-important
made of whole wheat and malted barley, supplies in
splendid proportion all the rich nutriment of the
grains, including their vital mineral salts, phosphate
of potash, etc., lacking in the usual dietary of many,
but necessary for building and storing up reserve
Grape-Nuts comes in sealed packages
fresh, crisp and ready to eat. It has a de
licious nut-like flavour, is easly and quickly
digested and, with cream or good milk, is
an ideal ration for health.
raruLuuummj i umiaiii -i-uu w. jin.iiu.i . a aumi j nnimiimmiHwii nw imimi
KMy Mix. vsmsfm&SMmt
HB in Onei$5?5F
Aftl Minute wilhlSRF
MM inld WiiOf- IW
The AUtisttine wny
Is tlmf't n tlir fx
trfiue You buy Hie
HWVRentKr to Apply IW
ml uimntltlrs you re
quire It Is nilnfil icilA
id J ula'it In n rill sccuM-
Inc to thr directions on the
There Is no boiling water re-
Sannitory J ianillwfiSsS
TS'&vtYRpniTtifiT! i r'& km. af3 m.
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iwMl Permanent I
Wha. Alabaitlne Is
AlnlmntliiF Is n clcun, dry
snulUr, line tmturrd jiow
der croiuut to Inipnlrtalilf
added - and then It la iut
k?Vf " ' fl
up 111 packages.
trlls you how
We, Mil a red crn and a
rnonlte for your
red rlr1omeiti kirn
fit Alaljantlliit Jimt " It
miM I emy for yotl li
I Irntltr AialMMIno nhen
viiti au tor and tar for
It. HV ,,nr iimlrrtlnll
Inr ffl.XI. ,l.il..U
Will vnti lixik rnr ftin red
crimn and red clrvlr nn the
Alaliattlnernu Mi) '
in miiI puinl iluirt
Slowbctter Is a calm man, not eas
ily upset. On ouo occasion as tils
motor car had como to a sudtlon stop
ho crawled underneath It to bco what
wnB tho matter.
Somehow or other somo potrol Ig
nited A fierce burst of tlnmo and
smoke camo forth, enveloping Slow
better In tho midst of tho oxclto
meut ho walked to ouo sldo with his
usunl slow uud regular step. Ills face
wnb black, his oyobrowo and eyelashes
were singed, nnd what wan left of his
hair ami beard was a sight to bohold
Someone brought a mirror, nnd ho
hnd n look nt himself. As usunl, how
ever, ho took matters philosophically
"Well." ho snld, slowly and deliber
ately, "I was needing a shavo and my
hair cut, anyway."
Grim Prophecy on an Egg.
"Tho end of tlmo 101C." Theso
words appear plainly on an egg laid
by a llttlo whlto leghorn belonging to
Jnmes 1-Tnncls of McKccs Rocks.
Tho letters of tho prophecy aro In
dead white, contrasting with tho mild
er grayish luster of tho rest of tho
shell, Thoy aro embossed, standing
out noticeably. Thoy could bo read
by tho fingers of the educated sight
loss. As to how thoy camo on tho egg
shell, tho problem Is too much for
many who hnvo tackled It, and thoso
who bcllovo that oven a hen Is not too
humblo nn Instrument for gront revel
ations to dnto hnvo tho best of tho ar
gument. Pittsburgh Dispatch to tho
No Common Cur.
Wlfo (angrily) You'ro a pcrfoct
Hub (calmly) Thanks, my dear,
for putting mo in tho thoroughbred
"I Bleep llko a log."
"With tho saw going through It?"
Boston Evening Transcript.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
Let di tell ton of (lie wonderful ccon
ontv. tlninli'cltv and effccttunttt of
tlie ALbiiline yttj of intnior ilccoittion.
eiulrrJi no Blue to be added
no iinnrcnry time.
You run seitire tin drs and
lints Unit nrr iii! IJvl with
the AliiliaKtlne way hyccin
hlndm tlnu to produce
new flindr. You need not me
certnln llxul rclcrs unleti
foil unul to; nnd you can
inve nn ni tint Ic color scheme
on your wklltcnKreiifoumun.
.(: v oif-.y
7A JtdudAi Wull Tint
Mnile r nd Ute il for 35 Years
Aliilmatlne h been utcd
by hundreds ol thoutundsof
pilnters ntul decorntnrs
by housekeepers and house
ownrrs for thirty-five years
with umunlifiiJ success.
Othr Ordlnrlly ftencllsdr border
on irutn one i ii vti cacii. uur iree uooa
yoiicnn irrt the stencils you M
wish praciuauy neeoi cunrge. uur cinor
acheme cards siieuett colors that hur-
THE AIAIUSTINF. COMPANY frrV
3&J (innd, Hit Kotd A ill
REPRIEVE FOR THE BIRDS
War In Europe Has Meant That Feath
ered Creatures Have a Chance to
Increase and Multiply.
Whllo men nro destroying each oth
er In Europo, they nro giving tho wild
creatures a respite. This Is not phil
anthropy, but business wnr business.
Anyone who can point a gun must aim
It at the enemy. But the olTcct on tho
birds Is all that tho most anient Audu
bon society could tleslro
Franco has prohibited all hunting
uud tho salu of native gamo. Ordi
narily, moro than 1.000 tons of such
gamo, nearly all birds, aro sold In
French markets, not to mention tho
quantity consumed by tho hunters.
Two million pounds of birds represent
a pretty heavy slaughter, and tho
absenco of this destruction will holp
to ro-peoplo tho woods uud Holds with
feathered folk. Belgium, In normal
times, oxports moro than 50,000 sky
larks for food. Since most of these
aro trappod, it may bo that tho do
Btructlon Is not grently lessened In
somo parts of tho country, but in or
near tho war zone birds aro Immuno,
Knlcker Lovo Is blind.
Bockcr And sulllclontly deaf to
read tho lips.
Tho dlfforonco between stealing nnfl
embezzling depends altogether on the
size of tho pllo that tho thief gcti
When a man sneers at a woman's
business ability ho makes a nolsr
llko sour grnpes.
It has been estimated by a YaU
scientist that a partlclo of radium will
remain active about 1,050 years.
Tho average speed of tho phono
graph record under tho needle Is 1.83
miles an hour.
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