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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
For 200 years GOLD MEDAL TJaar
Ifm Oil has enabled suffcrlnc human
ity to withstand attacks of kidney,
livor, bladder and stomach troubles
end nil diseases couucctcd with tlio
urinary organs, and to build up and
restart to health organs weakened by
disease. These most important organs
muflt he watched, because they filter
end purify the blood: unless they do
their work you aro doomed.
Wcnrincss, sleeplessness, nervous
tics", despondency, backache, stomach
tronble, pains in the loins and lower
abdomen, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica
and lumbago all warn you of trnublo
witli your kidneys. GOLD MIODATj
Haarlem Oil Capsules aro tho remedy
Absolute purity-with all its own virtuea-is one Rood reason why wo
know you will llko Farmer Jones Sorghum Dleuil Rrrnp one
ones label and
Always wipe tho mud olT your shoes
before Kicking n gciilluiniin.
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER.
Stop n minute nnd think what 11
means to say that "Green's August
Flower has been n household remedy
All over the civilized world for more
thnn half a century." No higher praise
is possible nnd no better remedy can
ho found for constipation, Intcstlnnl
troubles, torpid liver nnd the depress
ed feeling that accompanies sucli dis
orders. It is most vnluable for In
dlrostien 'or nervous dyspepsln and
liver trouble, coming up of food, pal
httntlon of heart, and many other
symptoms. A few doses of August
Flower will relieve you. It is n gentle
laxative. Ask your druggist. Sold In
all civilized countries. Adv.
WAR RECORD OF LEVIATHAN
Monster Transport Carried
Thousands of Soldiers to
The giant transport Leviathan, fol
lowing her arrival In New York har
bor with Gen. Pershing nnd troops of
tho First division, brought to a close
her Important service In helping win
the war. The hlg ship, after being
refitted for passenger service, is to be
turned back to tho United States ship
ping hoard, the agency which seized
It wicn the United States entered the
war. While tho future of the ship
Is unccrtulu. It Is reported thnt she
will be unsigned to American passen
ger trade between New York and
Liverpool, with possible extension In
the future of a service toIInmhurg.
The Leviathan, formerly the Vnter
land, the second largest ship In tho
world, was Interned In New York by
the Germans In 1014. She was "wil
fully damaged" to the extent of more
thnn ?1.000.000. After being recon
ditioned by American engineers, she
wns assigned ns n transport, nnd
during nnd since the war made 11)
round trips on the Atlantic, carrying
a total of 185.500 soldiers, of whom
WL321 were carried overseas through
submarine Infested seas. She was al
ways a mark for U-boats, but her
speed nnd the armament with which
she was equipped saved her.
The Union of South Africa Is pro
ducing 19,500,000 pounds of butter n
year and 4.2(50,000 pounds of cheese.
ntnm mm mmt mt Umt n
Better for Health ,
and Costs Less
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cup, then adding hot
water, and sugar and
cream to taste.
"There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company
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No Raise in Price
you need. Tnlco three or four every day
Tho healing oil soaks into tho cells nnd
lining of tho kidneys nnd drives out
tho uolsons. New lifo nnd health will
surely follow. When your normal vigor
has been restored coutlnuc treatment
for a while to keep yourself in condi
tion and prevent a return of tho dLs
Don't wait until you nro incapable of
fighting. Start taking GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capsulen today. Your
druggist will cheerfully refund your
money if you are not satisfied with
results. Hut bo sure to get the origlnnl
imported GOLD MEDAL nnd accept no
substitutes. In three sizes. Scaled
packages. At all drug otorcs.
you can depend upon it.
V Sorghum Blend syrup
Mado by an excloalra process which tnalcas It wholMom.
economical and dollcloas from cane grown In oar own Hold.
. W" rtuAam without thi ilmtuil
New Recipe Book Sent FREE
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NuolJcmnracCtmi'Cot.MerniD ( .
A pretty girl is an opportunity nil
young men like to embrace.
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh Is a local dlsenso greatly Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. It
therefore roqulrcN constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
Is taken internally and acts through tho
Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of tho Sys.
tern. HALL'S CATARUII MEDICINE
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature In
doing Its work. $100.00 for any cane of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE falls to euro.
DrugglBts TCc. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohio.
It would take 127,000 spiders to pro
iluco 1 pound of web.
For true blue, uso Ited Cross Ball
Blue. Snowy-whlto clothes will bo
sure to result. Try it and you will al
ways use It. All good grocers hnvo it.
HALEY'S COMET 61 YEARS AGO
Is Same Terrific Wanderer in Space
That Has Appeared Down
The world wns up nil night Septem
ber 12, 1010. Haley's comet blazed
across tho roof of tho world. Tills
"great comet," whoso revolution oc
cupied 1202 years, was first seen In Au
gust, 1858. by a gcntlcmnn In Altona,
but Haley's comet, named after tho
astronomer who calculated Its prog
ress, Is the same terrific wanderer In
depths of spneo that lias appeared
down the ages, and to which succes
sive nnnies have been given Heln's
comet, DonutPs comet, etc. From tho
records of history It seems that tho
comet nppears to foretell some world
disaster. It appeared before the. fall
of Jerusalem under Titus; In the reign
of Louis the Debonair, 8.17, nnd tho
king died shortly nfter; It appeared
boforo tho death of Caesar, 'IS B. C.
Again it appeared three years after
tho capture of Constantinople by tho
Turks, 1450. It appeared In 1801. Just
before tho Civil war, and In 1010, bo
fore tho great war.
What is n comet? It Is a member
of tho solar republic a hlrsuto star,
a vagabond orb, that travels at almost
Incalculable speed, whose tall Is fifty
five million miles long who approach
es tho sun, not to be consumed In It
but to draw from that radiant source
tho energy necessnry for Its future
travels in the unknown nbysses of tho
firmament. It has its own orhlt which
It follows. What mind dnre follow
! WBW. I
IMPROVED UNirORM INTERNATIONAL
ny itrcv. i it. I'Vmv.vnnt. d. d
Teacher of UiikIIhIi Hlblo In Ilm Mood
llll)lo Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright. 1918, U'mlrrn Nwnpipr Union)
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 26
A LESSOR IN TRUST.
I.KPSON TKXT-Mntt. 14.I2-M.
(JOl.DKN TRXT-I belluvo; help thou
nilno imebllef. Mark 9:24.
ADDITIONAL MATtnilAts-.Mark 5:2J
21: 35-41. Luke 17MS-J3
ritlMAHY TOIMC- lk'l In Hie storm.
JUNIOR. TOPIC-Jesus comes lo the
help of hi illBclplcs.
INTRHMKDIATi: TOTlC--llelp when
SKNIOIt AND ADULT TOPIC-An
Tlio stnrin-tov&od dNclple" on tlio
cn at iili:lit Is nn ('.viiiiiplo of tho
MrtiKKllnp followers of the Lord In tho
diirkticRi of the present nee, as they
arc tosxed hy the tempests of the evil
I. The Disciples on the Storm. tossed
Sea (vv. U2.M).
1. They were sent across the sen by
Christ (v. '2'2). Doiihtless his reason
for this was lo keep thorn from en
tanglement In the movements of tlio
people to iniike him klnx. for In John
0:1-1, 15 It Is shown that the people
were fo excited hy the feeding of the
five thousand that they were aliout to
make hhn kins hy force. TIioukIi they
were somewhat timvlllliiR to go, It wns
n mercy for him to constrain them.
2. Christ dismissed the multitude
(v. 22). This may he taken as typical
of his rejection of the nation whoso
rulers hud already rejected him.
8. Christ praying alone In the moun
tain (v 2.'l). Temptation to earthly
honor and power had come to hlui,
therefore ho went to the Father In
prayer for relief and strength. Tho
need of prayer Is greatest at such
times. While his prayer was In part
for himself, yet It was for his disciples.
According to Murk 0:48, ho snw from
tho mountain top the disciples tolling
on the storm-tossed sen. We nro nev
er out of his sight ns we struggle
against the storms of life, and he ever
lives to mnke Intercession for as.
II. Jesus Walking on the Sea (rr.
1. It wns In the fourth watch of the
night (v. 25). He did not come to
them Immediately, hut waited till al
most dawn. It was, however, the
darkest port of the night, and physi
cal dnnger wns great, but their per
plexity of mind was greater. They
knew that tho Lord had sent them, hut
why should they be In such strnltB If
he sent them? A stormy sen Is no
cvldencs that we nre not In the Lord's
appointed way. The disciples' concern
should be to obey the commnnds of
the Lord, being assured that -while do
ing his will ho will protect them.
2. The disciples alarmed at his com
ing (v. 20). It wns tho coming of
their best friend to deliver them from
dnnger. He comes to us today In such
ways thnt sometimes we nre affrighted.
3. .lesus' words of comfort nnd good
cheer (v. 27). In the midst of their
distress they henrd the Master's words,
"Tie of good cheer; It Is I, be not
nfrnld." This changed their fear Into
III. Peter's Venture and Fallura
As soon ns Peter recognized the
voice of Jesus' he cried, "Bid mo come
to thee on the water." Jesus said,
"Come." Peter obeyed, and for a time
ho walked upon the waves without
sinking. Ills simple faith linked him
with divine power and he was upheld ;
but ns soon ns he took his eyes off
his Lord mid considered the raging sea
ho began to sink. If we will but keep
our eyes on the Lord Instead of the
waves we can outride the storms of life.
When Peter began to sink, he did the
sensible thing ; he cried to the Lord for
help. Jesus renched forth his hand nnd
saved him. He has never lost one who
honestly cried for help, yiicn Jesus
entered tho ship tho wind ceased. Tho
people worshiped him as the Son of
God. No ship can go down with Jesus
Hath Not Where to Lay His Head.
People aro to bo pitied who have no
homo. John Howard Payne In Paris,
homeless nnd miserable, uttered tho
milvnrunl Innfrln,. it ,1... I.. ... I
y - ....(,,,, , lllu nullum ncuri
when In n cold and dreary garret he
wrote tno words or "Home, Sweet
Home." There aro many people In tho
world who aro driven from pillar to
post, nnd who can say of no spot on
enrth, "This Is my home." Think par
ticularly of him who had come from his
Father's House to this Inhospitable
earth and who said, "The foxes hnvo
holes, and the birds of the air have
nests, but the Son of Man hath not
where to lay hi i head."
"Beware," said Lavater, "of hlra
who hates tho laugh of a child." "I
love God and llttlo children," was tho
simple yet sublime sentiment of Hich
ter. Mrs. Slgourney.
Tho Heart of the Believer.
Tho heart of tho believer Is the
homo of God. Tho church of tho Lord
Jesus Is his holy teniplo. Ho dwells
hero by his Holy Spirit, nnd makes
known through tho church, to the prin
cipalities and the powers In tho heav
enly" places', his manifold wisdom.
This Is a superlative honor. It brings
with a supreme obligation.
One Thing at a Tlmt.
Tho shortest way to do many thlngi
Is to do only one thing at a time.
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
Namo "Daycr" is on Genuino
Aspirin say Bayer
Insist on "Ilnycr Tablets of Aspirin"
In n "Itayer package." containing prop
er directions for Colds, Pain, Head
ache. Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Kheu
mutism. Namo "Itnyer" means genuino
Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12
tablets cost few rents. Aspirin Is trndo
mark of Hnyer Manufacture of Mono
acctlcacldester of Salleyllcacld. Adv.
Greater Than Trafalgar.
Trafalgar was the last great fight
of sailing vessels and a lilting close to
a heroic era In the history of navnl
war, for It gave Knglnnil the mastery
of the seas. Long boforo this, how
ever, there occurred the greatest event
In the history of sailing vessels the
departure from .Spain of the Santn
Mnrla, with the Nina and the Piiitu
the epoch-making Hcut of Columbus.
If Constipated, Bilious
or Headachy, take
Sick headache, biliousness, coated
tongue, or sour, gassy stomach nlwnys
trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fer
menting food In tho bowels.
Poisonous matter clogged In tho In
testines, lnstend of being cast out of tho
Bystcra Is re-absorbed Into tho blood.
When this poison reaches the delicate
brain tissues It causes congestion nnd
that dull, throbbing, Blckculng head
Oascarets Immediately elennso tho
atomach, rcmovo tho sour, undigested
food nnd fou gases, tuko tho excess
bllo from tho liver nnd carry out all
the constipated wnsto matter and poi
sons In tho bowels.
A Cnscnrct tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work whllo you sleep. Adv.
Tho happiness that you vainly seek
the world over, Is. all tho tlmo within
you, nestled close to your own henrt.
r I HIS is a topic we all hear now-a-days because so many people are inclined to?
A exaggerate. Yet has any physician told you that we claimed unreasonable
remedial properties for Fletcher's Castoria? Just ask them. We won't answer it
ourselves, we know what the answer will be.
That it has all the virtues to-day that was claimed for it in its early days is
to be found in its increased use, the recommendation by prominent physicians, and
our assurance that its standard will be maintained. (
Imitations are to be found in some stores and only because of the Castoria
tnat Mr. Eetcher created. But it is not the genuine Castoria that Mr. Fletcher
Honestly advertised, Honestly placed before the publio and from which he Honestly,
expects to receive his reward.. .fto j
BJot ftmtentt lBTluid Pact
ii rnnnr.-n PER CENT.
L jmiiniindthcTnnd bvRetfuU i
nurr tne md BestCow
Mineral. Not kaboow.
ILm 'pprlfihness and
Exact Copy of Wrapfffc
c a package
c a package
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THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
He You look cold. Shall I take ofl
my coat nnd put It around you?
She Why tnko It off?
Qajiff dai fTrnf $St
Special Care of Baby
That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed Yet it
is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would
. be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Tour Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must 1m pre
pared with even greater care than Baby's food.
4 Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving t
your aiiinz child anything but a medicine especially prepared for In
fants and Children? Don't be deceived.
Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you
should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your
Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that the
desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily pre
pared for grown-ups.
MOTHEBS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVEBY S0THE0F FLETCHER'S CA8T0RU
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
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before the war
during the war
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Umm E-Z STOVE POLISH
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