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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
This Medicine Recommended by a Doctor
When a doctor usc3 a medicine him-
1HKI?HSk fiVSi'iwW Povcu tl success in nn cases witn om
iErWSmtfm nnu young men and women. All speak
VmMSftWSt'.V well of PE-RU-NA. It is the best of nil
aBllkVBWr.A-jgiy danger his professional reputation by
9KHm JfXim endorsing PE-RU-NA unless satisfied ho
ttHsftLlT'aaalEs vnnd a doubt of Its value.
DR. J. H. WAGNER
isfy beyond a doubt that PE - HU -
PE-RU-NA may bo purchased
The Right Way
In all cases of
INFLUENZA, COLDS, ETC.
of. all horses, lirooJ marcs, colts
nn U stallions Is to
on tho tonguo or In tho food with
gPOHN'S HISTEMPEB gOMPOUND
Qlvo tho remedy to all of them. H cii
nn tho blood and Rlands. It routs tho
illseaso by expelling tho germs. It
wnrds on tho trouble, no matter how
they are "exposed." A few drops a day
fircvent tlioau exposed from contract
or disease. Contains nothing Injuri
ous. 'Sold by druggists, harness deal
ers or by tho mnnufacturprs. CO cents
nd J1.15 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED.
6POHN MEDICAL COMPANY, GOSHEN, IND.
"Dolson's wife- Is nn awful talker.
IIow does ho get on so well with her?"
"He's good listener." Life.
A Feeling of Security
You naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you arc about to
take is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
tnd excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
It is scientifically compounded . from
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and blad
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On wile at all drug stores
in bottles of two sizes, medium and Urge.
However, if you wish first to try this
(Treat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer &. Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
For a week I slept every night with
gloves on my hands ami iicd (.'old
crenm to soften my lingers. I wanted
to meet u Klrl nil the college hoys wpk
praising and bliow her I was u "gentle
man." "When she was Introduced to me
nt u fraternity dance she thrust Mil
her hand and gripped mo hard. She
couldn't conceal her disgust.
"Gracious, what n hum! for n mnn !"
she said, telling thoo around us that
I had u palm like nn infant's. ,
Sicker I never felt Ii all i,y life.
The cold cream had done its dirty
work. Chicago Tribune.
Jars In Cleopatra's Needle.
Will the workmen who are busy re
pairing the base of London's Cleo
patra's needle disturb (Vie Jnrs which
were placed in the pedestal when the
monolith was erected? The jars con
tain llrltlsh coins, a translation of the
meaning of the hieroglyphics Inscribed
on tho monumerit, u railway guide, a
number of children's toys, copies of
newspapers, u map of Loudon, a trans
lation Into several languages of St.
John .1-10, a history of the monu
ment inxl Its Journey to London, and
many wther things. Tills was after
the custom of tho ancient Egyptians.
Before and After.
"Green Hill says he was first at
tracted by his wife's voice." "Yes,
and now he Is distracted by It."
A Morning" Dish Of
.certainly does hearten one up
for the day. "Why shouldn't it?
GrapeNuts is ready-cooked,
ready-sweetened, and contains
just those good elements nature
requires for the strength to do
Make Grape-NlltS your home cereal
"Zfc erds a R eason n
Bolt besides prescribing It to his pationtff,
he must know that It has merit.
This is what Dr. J. II. Wagner, a prom
inent physician of Skato, Kentucky, has
to say about Dr. Hartman's well-known
remedy, PE-ltU-NA: "I have used I'K-ltU-NA
myself for catarrh and hava
given It to others for catarrh, bloating
after eating and other ailments. It ban
Dr. "Wagner, out of tho fullness of bin
own. personal experience, for tho good of
nil sick mid suffering, recommends a
racdlclno which ho knows to bo good.
You may bo euro a doctor would not cn-
Whether your trouble bo a cough or a
cold, or a moro subtlo catarrhal effectiou
of the stomach, bowels or other organn,
give PE-HU-NA a trial. Tho immediate
Improvement which you will seo will sat
NA is what you need.
anywhero lu tablet or liquid form.
When a man is llimiirlnll.v embar
rassed he Is apt to feel thut he has
friends who only feel sorry for him.
RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN
FROM ACHING JOINTS
Rub Pain Right Out With Small Trial
Bottle of Old "St.
Stop "dosing" Rheumntism.
It's pain only; not one ease In fifty"
requires Internal treatment. Tftuli
soothing, penetrating "St. .Tncobs Oil"
right on the "tender spot," and by tho
time you say Jack Robinson out
comes the rheumatic pain and distress.
"St. Jacobs Oil" Is n hnrmless rheu
matism liniment which never disap
points nnd doesn't burn the skin. It
takes pain, soreness and stiffness from
aching joints, muscles nnd bones;
stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and
Limber up! Get n small trial bottlo
of old-time, honest "St. .Tncobs Oil"
from nny drug store, nnd In a mo
ment, you'll be free from pains, aches
and stiffness. Don't suffer I Rub
rheuniatlsm away. Adv.
Lava Blanket Conceals Gold.
Prospectors arriving at Nome,
Alaska, recently told of a gieat valley
of placer gold ore believed burled be
neath a huge age-old blanket of lava
which stretches for miles nlong tho
right shore of the Inmachuk rler in
the Kotzohue country near Nome. A
gold bearing gravel hns been found by
miners who have attempted to tunnel
under the rim of the lava sheet. Drills
will not penetrate the lava, the pro
spectors said. One "sourdough" min
er, II. L. Stull, said he tried to break
the lava with power drill last summer,
Eating Grass In Armenia.
I'u'rybody (in Alexandropol, Arme
nia), as though It weie tho most nat
ural thing lu the world to do, was
eating grass. The women nearly all
carried little bunches of grass in their
aprons or tied up In loops on their
ragged skirts, while one saw grasses
sticking out of most men's pockets.
There was n constant munching that
really seemed more awful to mo than
the abject surrender to the inevitable
that I was compelled so frequently to
wltnus. Klcuiiur Franklin Eguu In
tho Saturday livening Tost.
Some men are born diplomats and
some ure mnrrled,
A womnn says a cloven breath In
dicates n cloven hoof,
Ilnfsli Is the ghost of n square meal.
A LITTLE Journey to the shops
discloses an unending variety of
suits to distract buyers who are out
1n pursuit of their "something new for
Easter." She Is a wise woman who
gives her tailored suits her most seri
ous and thoughtful attention, for her
ability to achieve distinction In them
Is an acid test of her Judgment. One
gathers u few general Impressions of
things that govern the styles after all
this running after strange gods lu
methods of dccoiatlng nnd mnnage-,
meat of details. Thu strongest is,
thut almost straight lines have estab
lished themselves in the favor of many
women, and that suits have been
swinging away from fanciful styles
and toward Ingenious construction and
Taking the two suits shown above
as good average examples of the mode,
It will be seen that coats are short,
although there are exceptions to this
rule. Skirts are nearly always plain
and straight hanging, some of them
with side plaits, and a few accordeon
The suit at the left Is aliuslness-llko
affair that may be classed as severe,
nnd Is a type that always finds favor;
except for accurate mnchlne stitching
and a few bono buttons, It Is without
embellishment. It fastens with a single
button at the waist Hue, lias a narrow
TllEItE ure u few really new de
partures In blouses and smocks
and they aro sure to Interest every
womnn. lioth must be reckoned with
ln assembling a wardrobe for summer
time, for they divide honors now and
the smock may be even gaining a little
on Its rival. They are made- of the
same materials and resort to the same
means for embellishment. Georgette
crepe, chiffon, crepo do chine, lino
voile, batiste, fantasl, and other novel
weaves lu cotton and silk afford a va
riety that will meet any requirement.
For nil-round usefulness voile,
among tho cottons, nnd crepo do chlno
In silks, havo proved themselves most
dependable. When sheerer materials
are wanted, georgette and printed
chiffon find themselves without rivals;
theio Is twilling else to take the place,
of these refined and beautiful fabrics.
A smock miulo of printed chiffon,
trimmed with bands of plain chiffon,
shown abovo, pictures a novel way of
combining tho printed and plain L'oods
nnd will suggest many color combina
tions. Tho plain chiffon Is used In
bnnds down each sldo of n front panel
nnd In crosswlso straps. Round but
'tons, covered with tho satin, aro
'placed at tho intersection of tho bands
and on tho sleeves where bands ore
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IN SPRING SUITS
belt that slips through slides at tho
sides ami crosses the front, milking
u double belt there. Thu pockets at
the sides are odd and present some
thing new for consideration. They
are ingeniously cut In one with tho
coat and they fasten to It with a but
ton nt the middle. They widen tho
hips a little and are unusual enough
to compel attention.
The second suit is cut on the snmo
lines and arrives at the same silhou
ette by quite different methods. Tho
short skirt of tho coat Is full at tho
sides, and panels at the front aro
coveied with a checkerboard design
In silk embroidery, that also appears
on the collar. A silk cord serves for
a belt and the skirt Is plaited.
English Hats of Felt.
There aro many Mower turbans, fash-,
loned from violet roses, varying In
size, small blue blossoms, such as corn
Mower. A chic turban was made of
small crushed roses of n yellow Ish sal
mon pink. Another equally charming,
was made of lovely French violets.
Directly at the front was a large Amer-I
lean Ueauty rose. Many of these rur-j
bans nre drnped In mallnes, or the tur-
ban may be carelessly draped with ono
of the lovely nnd, Incidentally, costly
veils, brown, taupe, black or sand tone,'
with figured design.
set at the huso of the flaring cuffs.
Of course such n filmy smock merely
veils u dainty under-bodlco and looks
delightfully cool with Its loose adjust
ment to the figure. A girdle made of
braided cord gives it graceful lines. ,
Two colors lu georgette nro used
for tho blouso pictured here. Tho
over-blouse, In a dark color, Is ex
tended Into a fitted girdle and trimmed
with silk braid couched on ; this man
agement of tho over-blouse Is new and
Fixing Up the Bedroom.
Adapting grandmother's prettiest
patchwork to up-to-date bedrooms
gives charming results. A irciimy tin
hleaehutl cotton sheeting Is used for
tho center of pillow or bolster shams
and also for spread. Theso have bor
ders of green and white striped chain
bray. Pink cbambray roses aro np
pliqued in such a way as to cover thu
Joining. A spot of yellow satin stitch
circled by French knots forms the cen
ter of Abo Mowers.
blot tlnntonta 15PluidDxaflli
". VCfinT.-n PRR CENT.
Exact Copy of Wrapptf.
Maud This keen air Is certainly ex
hilarating. I feel like a 1-year-old this
Uellt And you look- It, dear ten
times over. Huston Transcript.
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh Is a loonl dlseutto Krontly Influ
enced by conRtftutlonnl conditions. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. IIAMS CATAIIUH MEDICINn
Is taken Internally nnd acts through the
Mood on tho Mucous Surfaces of Mm Sys
tem. IIAMS CATAItnil MKDICINK
destroys tho foundation of tho dlsense,
Rives tho ptitlont RtrcnRth by Improving;
tho Kcnernl hcnlth nnd nsststs nature In
doing Its work. $1(V1 00 for any case of
Cntnrrh thnt HAM8 CATARRH
MEDICINE falls to cure.
Druggists 7Ec. Testlmonlnls free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
"IIow fast the winter days do fly 1'
"Mercy, ,,csl Time goes nbout as
fnitt as a ton of coal."
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Among the Correspondents
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Betty Bcnthuysen nt Pari.
Parke Brown, Berlin.
John Steele, London.
Thomas Stewart Ryan in tho
Baltic, with headquarters at Riga.
Frazier Hunt, en tour around tho
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And othors in the most active
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Included also arc the dispntches
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Mothers Know That
THE etNTAUR COMPANY, NCW YORK CITY.
Ancient Oh, for thu old-fashioned
winters, the nights of the log roaring
Up-to-I)uto You bet! Now It's tho
tenant roaring nt the Janitor for moro
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water mid I oz. liny Rum
a binall box of Barbo Compound, nnd Mi
oz. of glycerine. Apply to tho hair twice
week until it becomes the desired nhado.
Any druggist can put tliia up or you can
mix it nt home nt very little cost. It will
gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair,
nnd will make harfch hair soft nnd glosay.
It will not co'or the scalp, is not sticky OS
greasy, and docs not rub off. Adv.
Makes a Difference.
Edllh Isn't It disgusting to bear
men Muttering women 1
Mnud Other women, yesl
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McGutchcon's daily nnd Sunday
cartoons. Orr's "Tiny Tribuno" strip.
On Sundays will appear th
"Teenie Weenies," the best of aU
The comic section contains Sidney
Smith's "Gumps," Penny Ross'
"Angel Child," "Harold Teen"
and "Mr. Bones" in short, every
thing The Tribune owns.
Accurate Market News
By George MlcharU
of Chicago Tribun and ataff writer
of New York Time will be Morn
Ins, Evening, and Sunday Feature.
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farmers In Western Canada nave paid tor their land
from a oinole cron. The same success may still be
n, imii nn httu tn A.U t0rwrm
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Linn ai i o 10 ou an acre
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