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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1916)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Look and Feel
Clean, Sweet and
Fresh Every Day
Drink a glass of real hot water
before breakfast to wash
Life la not morciv fn itv hut tn
Hu well, ont well, digest woll, work
Will, Bleep well, look woll. What a
glorious condition to attain, and yet
how very easy It Is if ono will only
adopt tlio morning Insldo bath.
Folio who nro accustomed to fool
lull and heavy when they arlso, split
ting headncho, stuffy from n cold, foul
tongue, nnsty breath, acid stomach,
can, Instcud, feel ns fresh as a dalBy
by opening the sluices of the system
each morning nnd Hushing out tho
whole of tho Internal poisonous stag
Everyone, whether nlllnc. sick 01
well, should, each morning, heforo
brcnlcfast. drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of Hmestono
phoaplmto In it to wash from tho
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels tho
previous day's Indigestible waste, eour
bllo and poisonous toxins, thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying tho on
tiro alimentary tract beforo putting
more food into tho utomach. Tho ac
tion of hot water and limestone phoa
phato on an empty Etomach Is wonder
fully invigorating. It cleans out all the
sour fermentations, gases, waste nnd
acidity and gives ono a splendid ap
petite for breakfast. While you aro
enjoying your breakfast tho water and
phosphate- 1b quietly extracting a largo
volumo of water from tho blood and
getting ready for a thorough Hushing
of nil tho Insldo organs.
The millions of people who aro both
ered with constipation, bilious spoils,
stomach trouble, rheumatism; othors
who havo sallow skins, blood disor
ders and sickly complexions aro urged
to get a quarter pound of Hmestono
phosphato from any storo that handles
drugs which will cost very little, lmf
Ib Biifllctcnt to make nnyono a pro
nounced crank on the subject of In
ternal sanitation. Adv.
How did it ever profit you to talk
mean about your neighbors?
Dr. Pierce's PlraF.mt Pellets nro the
original little liver pills put up 4(1 3
t-o. They regulate liver and bowels..
"Hadn't you better let mo clip a
little from the ends of your hair?"
queried tho tonsorial nrtlst.
'Why from the ends?" queried tho
victim in tho chair. "Can't you clip
n litllo from tho middle?"
SPEAKS UP FOR GANADA
And No WonderRenting
Land He Made $8.50
80 many Americans now havo per
Bonal knowledgo of Canada that false
reports concerning this country ara
being continually corrected by Amer
icans tliomselves who know tho facts,
nnd who nro too fair-minded to lot a
falso statement go unchallenged. A
oaso In point arises out of a statement
eupposcd to bo inado by a resident of
Alberta, and published recently in the
Spokcsraan-Rovlow, of Spokane, in
which tho condition of settlers in this
country was painted in a very bad
way indeed. Tho writer of this at
tack on Canada refused to let hia
namo bo known, so it can bo taken
for what It Is worth, but Mr. S. L.
Wallace, of N 4723 Crestline, Spokane,
who lived for Borao years in Western
Canada, camo to tho defense of the
country in tho following letter which
was published in tho Spokesman-Review
of February 11, 1916:
"To tho Editor of tho Spokesman-Review:
"In Sunday's Spokesman-Review was
a letter from a man in Alberta to the
chamber of commerce asking that
something bo douo to keep Americans
from going to Canada, and saying that
that government was run by tho rail
roads, banks and manufacturers; that
onco a man got there ho never could
get away. Had this man published
that letter over his own signature
thcro Is no doubt but ho could get out
No country will do ns much to help
a man to get on his feet, If ho trios to
help hlmBolf, as Canada. I know of
tho government helping people to pro
visions, feed, seed grain nnd fuel, and
charging only cost of delivery to the
nearest town nnd 6 per cent. What
moro could a man ask?
I lived flvo years in Southern Sas
katchewan nnd enrncd a patent to 320
acres of as good land as I over saw
I havo raised over SO bushels of oats
on sod, 40 bushels of whont, nnd 20
of flax to tho acre. Until I loBt ray
health I never wns bettor satisfied any
where. I hnd my land rented this last
year for ono-third. It brought mo al
most $8,50 per aero, or $1,143.91 for
This man says ho loves tho land hia
fathers died for. So do I, nnd I lovo
tho land that gavo mo my homo.
"S. L. WALLACE."
ls'4723 Crestllno, Spokane AdvertlBO-
"Do you think tho nations nro real
ly going to get a decision at Verdun?"
"Don't know; too many outsiders
umpiring the gamo."
; STATE NEWS J
DATES FOR COMING EVENT3.
May 2 Omaha-Unroln-IJenvcr Good
Roads association convention nt
May III- Last Central Nehtaska High
School track meet nt I'romont.
May 11 Proclaimed ".Mothers' Day"
May 10 to 18 Stnlo O. A. R. Ilncnmp
merit nt Lexington.
May l,-, is -State Dental Society an
nual (onvontlon at Lincoln.
May 17 N'ebriihka Il.inkcis' conven
tion, Group One, at lleatrlco.
May 23-2 1 23 State Harness and Sad
lli Makers' association meeting nt
May 21-25 State Association of Com
mercial Clubs' Coineiittonat Omahn.
luno i and fi Pageant of Lincoln,
presenting "The Gate City"
Juno fi-fi Spanish War Veterans'
State Convention nt North Platte.
Juno 12 to 15TraiiH-MlhHlsslppl Mak
ers' Ass'n convention at Omahn.
June 13-1-l-ir,- Anniinl convention of
Nebraska Kilts at Omaha.
Juno lit to ifi- State P. K. O. Conven
tion at Alliance.
Juno 13-1 1-in Great Western Htndl
cap Tournament at Omnha.
Juno 1!) 2021-22 -American Union of
Swedish Singers, West. Div., con
certs and convention at Omaha.
June 20 to 21 State Stockmen's con
vention at Alliance.
June 21 to 23 l-'ralornnl Order of
Naples, state meeting at Lincoln.
In a gun duel which lnsted several
minutes. Olllcer Lon Trudo of the
Meatilce police forco shot and fatally
wounded Nels Smith. Smith had been
previously arrested for being disor
derly and had been released on prom
ise of good behnvlor. As soon as he
gained his freedom, however, ho ob
tained n gun and began thrcatcnin?
the police. He died some mlnuti'E
after lx-lng shot.
Miss Hazel Parks, rcpriscntlns
Hastings college, won tho stato prohi
bition oratorical contest at Mellevue
taking a $50 cash prize. Simon E
Cozad of Nebraska Wesleyan univcr
sity wns second. Third place went tc
Karl A. Kverett of Grand Island col
lege. The winner will represent No
braska in tho interstate contest at St
Paul, Minn., July 21.
lCilwanl, 10-year-old son of Joseph
Mc.Mlchall, living east of Welllleet, a
.small town near North Platte, was In
stnntly killed when lightning struck
tho bell at the school houso nnd rail
down a wire rope, burning his face and
right side to a crisp. Other children
standing nearby were rendered uncon
scious by the shock, but nono were
A special train loaded with 300 men
nnd women from Lincoln nnd Omnha
loft Omaha Just recently for tho sugar
beet fields of Minnesota. They will be
distributed in tho territory around
Mnnknto. Eaglo Lake and Chaskn. The
party was made up largely of Rus
sians nnd most of them worked in the
Minnesota sugar beet fields last Ben
son. Fremont poultrymen say that the
present scarcity of poultry nnd the
high prico prevailing for poultry meat
is duo solely to tho fact that eggs are
bringing 18 and 20 cents a dozen, an
unusually high prico for this time of
year. Farmers aro hanging onto
their hens to get the eggs, they say.
Tho Plntto county attornoy wants
the county to own some bloodhounds
to smell out and run down criminals.
Ho will urge tho purchase of dogs at
the next meeting of the county board.
A state bowling league, with a reg
ular schedule of matches and a loving
cup as a prize Instead of a pennant, is
a movement that Omaha bowling lend
ers aro now discussing.
When First Btreet paving In Fre
mont is laid It will mako a total of
twenty-nino blocks, or nenrly two
miles of paving through Fremont on
tho Lincoln highway.
During a flvo days' campaign a
financial committee of tho Bal'r li
brary collected $1,200, tho amount
necessary to purchaso the site for the
now Carneglo library.
With a now hix-story hotel nnd a
$100,000 court house, besides many
other buildings, Fremont expects to
put in ono of tho busiest building sea
sons In its history.
Ground has been broken for Broken
Row's new Burlington ifpot. Tho
structuro will bo thirty by eighty feet
In size nnd cost $2C,000. Tho city
council has passed an ordinance va
cating certain streets, In order that
tho depot shall have on adequate loca
tion. An evangelistic campaign, under tho
direction of Rev. James Rayburn, is
being conducted In Broken Bow. A
tabernacle with a seating capacity of
1,200 has been erected for tho meet
ings. Tho pulp drying process Is ono of
tho Important features which will
mark the Improved facilities of tho
now Goring sugar factory, which 13
now under construction.
More than $13,000 In cash prizes will
bo hung up for tho national swinn
show, which will bo held In South
Omaha October 2 to 7.
Tho Corns! ock Tolophnno company
has been authorized to dlscontinuo a
$3 flat rato for service to Arcadia.
Tho vlllago of Evvlng will construe!
a now school building In tho near fu
turo to cost $35,000. ,
Trunk M, Coffey, Ft it1 labor com
iiissloncr, In Omaha r um.i an
jounced A CnmlMotil. Untlid States
jotunilbuloner of Immigration, will
lend a federal rtpiescntatlvo to Ne
braska to conduct a freee labor bu
can, and to he In charge of an Imnil
ration station here. "The olllce will
bo In Omaha." said Coffey "The hi
nor olllce will direct the migratory and
u-nsoiml laborers The former come
ind go without regard to conditions.
Seasonal laborers, such ns harvester,
'rult pickers and others, want to iol
ow the seasons. The Immigration
araneli of the work probably will
5rlng more Immigrants to Nebraska,"
Coffey snld. "Some may be routed
ilreetly to Omaha."
The Falrbury city council has re
'used to grant pool hall licenses to
'evernl applicants In the city. The
Hiestlon was not votid on at the
prlng election, It being underwood
here would be no opposition to tho
granting of the licenses. The sentl
uciit against the pool halls sprang up
ft hen propilelors started a movement
o reduce license fees.
Melinite plans have been made by
.he historical and patriotic such ties
3f the Mate to mark the old historic
California trail The second monu
ment to be erected within the neM
re w months will be at Florence at
ih starting point of the trail in Ne
braska, tho Hist being already erod
ed at Fremont by Lewis tc Clarke
Chapter, D A. It.
Elect hiu boards In every preclnc:
in HnMliigs stood pat at the recent
election on the ruling ot the attorney
general and refused ballots to all vot
ers who failed to state their parly
afllllatlniih when registering at tho
city clerk's olllce last month. There
were about 159 voters In Hastings dis
franchised as the lesult.
About seventy-five delegates are ex
pected to attend the l'.Mti convention
or the English association of the Au
gustana Synod, which will be held in
Omaha next October. Exact dates
for the annual gathering have not yet
been set. although it will probably bo
held about the middle of the month.
Jloth the road grading nnd road
paving bonds of Douglas county, to
taling $1,700,000, carried at the recent
prlniar.v. These were divided into two
propositions: The one for $200,000
bonds for grading the roads in Doug
las county, and the other for bonds
In the sum of $1,500,000 for paving
certain Douglns county rends.
Woodrow Wilson was defeated In
tho recent primary election In ono
precinct In Seward county by Robert
G. Ross, proprietor of a llver.v stable.
The preclnc! Is German-Ameiiean, nnd
the vote was 39 to 38. Rosa filed him
self as a caudldnte for both the demo
cratic and republican presidential
nominations at the primaries.
The question of building a Jail nt
Martlnsburg, an Inland town near Al
len, hns been the bone of contention
there for some time nnd In order to
dispose of the question the village
board placed the Issue on the ballot
nt election. Tho mnjority favored a
Jail and it will be built nt once.
Pa Rourke, mnnnger of the Omaha
Western leaguo baseball team, has
signed a new second baseman named
Priest, from Rochester, N. Y and he
has Joined tho team. Ho will play
second until the recovery of lrelnn,
who had a leg broken nt Beatrice dur
ing tho prnctlco season thero.
Revival of the old-style country
spelling bees will be undertaken In
schools of several counties of the
state this yenr and It Is hoped by
those Interested that next year enough
of the counties will havo taken up tho
work to assure a state-wide spelling
John Zook, for years city marshal
and drayman at Tecumseh, has sud
denly become rich by Inventing a
church model and soiling the patent
to a Kansas City firm for $25,000. He
continues at his position, although the
windfall means much to him.
Tho pupils of tho Beatrice schools
are looking forward with eagerness to
the annual May festival, which proba
bly will bo held on May 12th. It vrP.l
be held In Atholetic park, a spot of
marvelous beauty on the Blue, and
tho pride of Beatrice.
Tho eleventh nnnunl convention ef
the Thirtieth district of Rebekahs will
be held tit Ponca May 11. The d'str ct
Is composed of six lodges, Wynot,
Newcastle, Ponca, South Sioux City,
Allen and Emerson.
Lincoln's chances for an incinerator
clthln tho next year went Into the
discard when tho city commlssloneis
rejected nil bids.
Committees havo raised $3,100 to
ward tho purchaso of a slto for an
auditorium at Holdrego; another com
mittee has raised $8,000 toward the
construction of the building. Another
$5,000 Is required.
TccumBoh has a military band an 1
a local picture houso turned Its fncll
ities over to tho organization ono re.
cent night to help it financially.
Tho farmers In tho neighborly d
of Osceola will open a union store
where they will recoivo and dispone
of goods in quantity lots.
Bids for water, sower and paving
Jobs woro given out by tho city coin
ell of Sldnoy recontly. W. .1. Crcodeii
was given tho contract for $20,0i '
worth of concreto paving nnd tho Nor
folk Brldgo nnd Construction Co. wot
t'ro bid for $20,000 worth Of sewer and
Toddling Kidney, 3, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs, Howard Kidney, Universlt
Plnce, winner of tho grand prizo Ir
tho 1911 stato fair bettor babies con
teat, wns Instantly killed nt tho Kid
ney homo when a cellar door fell
striking him on tho head.
APPROPRIATION DOESN'T COVER
STATE BOYSRJTATO CLUB
Items of General Interest Gathered
from Reliable Sources Around
the Stati! Houso.
JVi stern Nevvvpapn t'lilon News St nice.
State Auditor W. II. Smith has re
fused to Issue a slate win nun for JtUO
In pa tin nt of a claim picneiitcd by
Nou is Hi own of Omaha for "legal nor
vlie.s and assistant u in preparing a re
pot t and pioposed laws In foii-stiatlon
matters on the lequest of the slate
loiextuiilDii commission of Nebraska."
tail Rhode of Columbus, chairman or
the inicstintloii commission appoint
ed thiee years ago, presinted tho
il.um to the state auditor. The audi
tor has piled that the appropriation
ot 1915 does not cover such expenses.
The I'oiest ration commission was one
of the little Jobs ereatetl bv the leg
islature of 1913. Gov oi nor Morehcnd
appointed a commission of which
Mr Rhntlo of Columbus Is chairman.
No funds were nppioprlatod for its,
use i in commission made n report
that was soon forgotten, but the com
missioners (If (I not forget to ask tho
Miiccodlng legislature to approprlalo
$2,000 for something which on tho
start wns to cost nothing The com
mlKtiou went put of existence but Hid
leglslatuie of 1915 appropriated $2,000
to pay Its "traveling expenses, print
ing of icport and publicity work of
forest rat lon commission." State Audi
tor Smith believes none of this can
bo paid to an attorney employed bj
the old commission.
College of Agriculture Graduates.
The fourteenth annual commence
ment of tho college of agriculture of
the I'nlversKy of Nebraska was ob
served nt tho Temple theatre Tuesday
night. Carl Schur. Vrootniui, nsslst
tint secretary of the United Slales do
pnrt merit of agriculture, was the com
mencement speaker delivering his ad
dress "Tho Spirit of tho Now Agri
culturist," to an audlencn that pack
ed tho theatre to tho doors. Chan
cellor Avery presented school of agri
culture certificates to ninety-seven
candidates and elementary stato
teachers' certlllcates to ten. Military
commissions were presented to twenty-one
candidates by Adjutant (ienern!
Bio Class in Veterinary Surgery.
Governor Morehcnd. Stato Auditor
W. II. Smith and Secretary of Stato
Charles V. Pool, members of the stato
vctcrlnnry ' board, appeared beforo
forty young men who wero taking an
examination for license to practice
veterinary surgery and medicine. Gov
ernor Morehcnd inado a bhoit talk to
the applicants on tho Importnnco of
tho profession which thoy seek to
entor. Tho stato olllccrs reappointed
Stato Veterlnnrlnn J. S. Anderson of
Soward n member of tho examining
board. Tho other examiners nro Dr.
J. C. Ilowman of Tecumseh nnd Dr
G. It. Young of Omnha.
State Boys' Potato Club.
Members of tho stato boyB' potato
club will bo eligible to attend tho
boys' potato school which will he held
annually In tho northwestern part of
tho stato beginning next spring. Tho
school will last four days. Instruc
tion will bo furnished by tho collego
of ngrlculturo, nnd will include lec
tures, laboratory work and Inspection
trips to potato fields and storage cel
lars. Only members who havo suc
cessfully completed tho Benson's work
and made proper firm! report may at
tend. Sovernl counties nro offering
free trips, including board and lodg
ing, for two or moro boys who rank
high In their country club. Member
ship in this club is open to nny boy
In tho stato between tho ages of ten
and eighteen who will raise not less
than an eighth of nn acre of potatoes
of his own. Application for member
ship mny bo sent to tho Potato club,
agricultural college, Lincoln. No ap
plication will bo nccopted nfler May 1.
nonds to tho amount of $23,000,
voted by tho school district of Guide
Rock, Webstor county, havo been reg
istered by Stnte Auditor W. II. Smith.
Tho bonds were voted for the purpose
of raising funds to build a now school
Will Call for New Bids.
At tho last regular meeting of tho
board of regents of tho stato univer
sity, it wns decided to reject nil bids
for tho proposed agricultural engi
neering building nnd to call for now
onoB. This nctlon was taken becauso
of amended specifications, wherein
reinforced concroto Is cnllod for In
Btend of structural steel as originally
planned. Prof. Grummann made a
report regarding tho Introduction of
music Into tho ciirrrlculum of tho uni
versity, but nctlon was deferred nn
til tho next meeting.
Uphold Fort Crook Lnw.
Tho supremo court has Bustnlncd tho
law of 1907, prohibiting tho licensing
of a saloon within two nnd one-half
miles or a military post. Tho opinion
of tho court wan written by Judgo Hoso
and concurred In by tlm entire court.
A test caso was instituted, entitled
Gear Rushhart vs. Homer Crippeii ot
nl. Tho caso was tried In Sarpy county
where Fort Crook Is stluated. Tho dis
trict court sustained the provisions of
tho law and tho supremo court has af
firmed tbat Judgment.
Now In tho 1 In. n to (let Kliluf Tlune
There' no ttinisi r Hie llRlitmt nrrct of
frillni: naliiiiniil of onr (uckl.n, in Ilia
prrK rliitlciii oltilne dmilile utri'imtli
Ctinriititiul to rimeve iUrnr Immi 1 amt
Simply net nn miner- of otlilne iIuiiIiIk
trent!lli iriitn vour ilriiKKlat, mid ply a
Utile nf It hIkIiI uml innrnltiir nnl you
Minulil noon trn Hint ivrn tlm omul freeklex
lme liiKtiti to illiuiipnr, while I tin lighter
ihim hive VrtMlnhul entirely It In irlilohl
I hit I mote Hi mi one oum e In metleil to enni
Jilctrly iliur tlm kln unit Ktn beautiful
elrnr i omiileilon
lie nure In nrk for tlm doul-le ulrennth
othlne, thin unlit under Kiinrimtee o
money l.irk II ll full to rtiuova freckle -Ailv,
Whntovir is best administered Is
HOW TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
.tchlng and Irritation of tho Scalp
With Cutlcurn. Trial Free.
On retiring lightly touch spotnof dnn
druff.ltching and burning with Cutlcurn
Olnlment. Ne.t morning ulintnpoo
thoroughly with Cutlcurn Soap ami hot
water. These super creatnv emollients
do much to keep the scalp clean nnd
healthy nnd to promote hair growth.
l'leo btuuplu each by mall with Hook.
Address postcard, Cutlcurn, Dopt. L,
Uoston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Many a girl who can't iilng is uf
dieted with the Idea that she can.
ai,m:n'h I'ooT-nAtin nor.H it
vvlieii your stuns plm-li or your corns ami
tnililoiiH iii-lie, net Allen's Knot-Kane, tlm
iilltlKcptlo powder to lm sliakim Into shoos
ami Usui In foiil-lmtli, (lives lnntant re
lief to Tlrnl, Aching, Hwollon feet. Over
1W.0W p-irkagi-H aro lielnr? iisoil ly tlio
trooiiH ut tho front. Sold evorvwhcic, I&c.
Don't ncti pi any miulltute. Ailv.
A good mirror tells tho truth, no
matter upon whom It may rollect.
A New Remedy for
Kidney, Bladder and
all Uric Acid Troubles
I appeal to thoso of you who aro
bothered with kidney nnd blnddor
trouble, that you glvo up tho uho of
harsh salts or alcoholic medicines nnd
In their plnco take a short treatment
of "Antirlc." I havo taken many ot
Dr. I'lnrrn'n Tiinitloliina fir Mm nnnl
', twnnty-llvo yenrs with good results. I
i Buffered witli kidney trouble for some.
years. I recently heard of tho noweat
discovery of Dr. Plcrco, namoly, his
"Anurlc" Tablets. Aftor using snmo
I nm completely cured of my kldnoy
trouble A doctor pronounced mo a
woll preserved woman for my ago, all
duo, I bellovo, to Dr. I'lorco'u aid.
MltS. MKLINDA E. M1U.EK.
If you suffer from backache, lum
bago, rheumatism, got "Anurlc" now.
"I want to exchange this book; It
has a very stupid ending."
"I think you've inado n mistake
mndam. This Is not n library."
n Important to Mothers
Examlno carefully ovory bottlo of
CASTORIA, a safo and suro remedy for
Infants and children, nud boo that it
Signature of OStfC&:
in use ror over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Flctchcr'B Castoria
Nearly a million and a half men aro
now employed In tho munition fac
tories of Germany.
Tl'C Farm TTonrlo
Y7- P "C
ml H 'JiioJlrfklnl s)0-
W. V. DENNETT, Room 4, Bee Bldfj., Omaha, Nebr.
AulWueJ Ctudiu CoTeroacnt Aiut
NO PASSPORTS ARE NECESSARY TO ENTER CANADA
With appetite keen,
and no fear of any
after eating distress.
helps very materially
in bringing about
such a condition. It
is an excellent tonic
and appetizer. Try it
TIIIS ELECTRIC BELT FREE.
No Nrr.1 lo ?ulf r frc m Ncr
CUHE YOUUM.I I- WITH
futeonci our ImIii in rli
ntllllv. Vpniliiml .... C.ifM
tlxy miVlotulr. ?i.i-riil(i(rf
o time ihii I'ltrnlnl uml Grn
lime Llntnc llrll I tee. Wnte.
Electro Madlcnt Uell
Co., Canton, Ohio
PATPNTQ JViUnon . CnlMimn,
H I EH I 9 IMlmiiU)r,Wnlilniilon!
" . " ... . ' l' Aillcotill..ok"lme:
Uatottemuiublo.Wiilu'iitreliHi lu-rn. llckUertlrt.
This win Id has no lovo for thu lovor,
who loves only himself.
You nro palo, thin, weak with llttlo
vitality. Your liver is sluggish and
tho bnd blood catisua your stomach
muscIcH to loso their elasticity nnd bo
como llnbby then Indigestion.
Dr. l'lcrco's Golden ilcdlcal Discov
ery, purely vegetable ami froo from
alcohol or narcotics, In tho great nnd
poworful blood purifier of today. Ex
tracted from American forest herbs
nnd roots. Contnlim no alcohol. In
gredients printed on wrnppnr.
Taken nri directed It will search
out Impure, nnd poisonous matter
throughout tho system and eliminate
TOU CAN'T CUT OCT A
Bog Spavin or Thoroughpin
but you can clean them off promptly with
and vou work the hone lame lime.
Docs not blister or remove tho
hair. 2.00 per bottle, deliver d.
Will tell yon more if yoti write.
Book 4 M free. ABSORB1NE, JR.,
the antiieptic liniment for mankind,
reduces Varicoae Vcinj, Ruptured
MukIci or rJnaKtitfc CbltiitJ RUndi, Went.
Cltl. Allirl Dlln aulrklr Prlr II .! 1
bottle it druiilm or ddlfcrcd. Mtde In -be V. 8. A. by
W. F.YOUNQ. P. D. F., JIOTiapli St., .prlnofltld. Milt.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 18-1016.
the easy way to
heal sick skins
Resinol Ointment, with Resinol
Soap.uiually stops itching instantly.
Unless the trouble (s due to some
serious internal disorder, it quickly
and easily heals most cases of ec
zema, rash, or similar tormenting;
kin or scalp eruption, even when
other treatments have, given little
relief. Physicians have prescribtd
Resinol for over twenty years.
Rtfilnol Ointment Is nn eieHen
Dealing ointment for burnt,
unlUH, nountU, etc., and with too
help of Kertnol 8nnp. clear awtr
Pimpiei auauanarun. ttoiaajmu
of xptrience at once on f ho farms of
To replace the young farmers who
have enlisted for the war. Good wages
and full season's work assured.
There is no danger or
possibility of Con
scription in Canada.
,ti2jL References required from all applicants. For spa
!vwMclal railway rates and other information apply t4
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