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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Your Skin is So Fragrant
This favorite Toilet Soap of three
generations of lovely women Is (
pure iikc tne rain water you use
in caring for your complexion.
Mall this for free trial cake of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
Luxurious Lasting Rcfintd
CowAn6iCo.,Dpt. W.U. I
199 Fulton St.. New Yotk City I
Flrate tend mc a free (ample of Colgate' I
Qiihmctt Bouquet Soap, ftagtanl and purt. I
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Street or R. D ......
Ciry State I
TO EXCHANGE WHAT YOU WANT
l'Olt WHAT VOU DON'T WANT
It you are tired of farm drudgery and want
to turn your land boldlnus lor better tban
casli, let me give you a Chicago Incoin
paying property that will pay you 10 nn
the Investment, rain or shine, without work
on your part. I have clear bullilmga and
bulldlnga with valuable equities, the owner
nf which have genulan requirements (or
farms. Let me solve the problem ot a deal
C. A. Moore. Ill N. Denrlmrn 8t.. Chlcngo, III.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 21-1922.
The Safest Plan.
"How did the crltulnnl evade the de
tective so Ions?" "Why, he rented n
room In the same flat with him."
Pity the mini who can see nothing
more In a heautlful sunset than its
resemhlance to a fried egg.
TANLAC KEEPS HIM
FIT, SAYS McGRAW
Has Used It for Years With Splendid
Results Flno for Run Down
"For four years Tnnlac has kept
me In the nlnk of condition ns I tnke
a few doses of It every time I feel a
little r.un down and it nlways builds
me up ugnln," said Win. A. McOraw,
207 Beach Place, Tampa, Flu.
"I began taking Tanlnc first about
four years ngo when I was In a very
bad state of health and had been run
down for several years. I was always
taking laxatives, too, but I believe
they did me moro harm than good.
"Tanlnc made mo feel like n brand
new man In a very short time and I
have never hnd a return of any of my
old troubles. The reason of this I am
firmly convinced Is that I always have
Tanlnc hnndy and tnke a few doses
every time I feel a bit under the
Tanlnc is sold by all good druggists.
Two negroeB were lying behind n
packing case on the docks at Brest
taking the lubor out of the nlleged
labor battalion. Said one boastfully:
"Boy, Ah comes f utn n tough breed.
My olo mnn done cut his nails wlf
n ns an' brash his teof wlf a filo."
"Huh, ain't so tpugh. Mali ole man
am n plumber, an' twice n week 1ms
done shave hlsself wlf n blow torch."
American Legion Weekly.
Cutieura Soothes Baby Rashes
That Itch and burn, by hot baths
of Cutieura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cutlcnra Ointment
Nothing better, purer, swoeter, espe
cially If n little of tho fragrant Ctrtl
enro Talcum is dusted on nt tho fin.
Ish. 25c ench. Advertisement.
Help yourself by making a line art
of your work.
The housewife smiles with sntlsfac
tlon as she looks at the basket of
clenr, white clothes and thanks Bed
Crows Bnll Blue. At nil grocers. Ad
vertisement. A bank teller always has something
of interest on hand.
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Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Headache Colds Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists.
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Buy this Cigarette and Save Money
ThPt-ft's a man in this town who sells KEY OVERALLS.
Ask him to show you a suit, Extra quality. Botter workmanship. Costs
less per day to wear mem. nuy mem. u iney
don't give lull eausiacuon, tax mem oactc ann
get your money bade or a new pair ireoi
, TIE HcIET MF8. CO.. ikan.luui City. Ho. ,
UNION MADI GUARANTEED
Child Training at Home
ART TRAINING FOR
By C LOUISE SCHAFFNER,
The National Kindergarten and Ele
mentary College, Chicago.
WALTER SCOTT PEItltY, director
of the School of Fine and Ap
plied Arts, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn,
N. Y., says : "Drawing is tho only uni
versal lunguage used by men of all
ages and nationalities."
If teachers and parents realized that
this definition of drawing is literally
true, more time and attention would
he given to the subject at school nnd
nt home. It would not be considered
a "frill" nor nn "extra" but would ho
classed as an essential, along with
rending, writing and arithmetic.
AJ1 children, especially the very lit
tle folks, wlw have not mastered the
6poken language well enough to ex
press themselves clearly, naturally
enjoy making pictures to show what
they have In mind. They should be
given every opportunity to do this.
Tho dljlleulty in most homes, tho rich
ns weli ns tho poor, is that no atten
tion Is pnld to this pnrt of the chil
dren's development, nnd no suitable
material Is given them.
Usually the only medium they find
with which to make a picture is n
lead pencil. They use it eagwly nnd
with enthusiasm, partly because of
their natural desire to draw und part
ly because they see the older mem
bers of the family UhhiR It o write
with. The only thing that they can
do with the pencil is to mnkc lines.
Consequently thoy forrr the habit of
making crude drawings In outline
which do not in the least resemble the
objects they see around them, nor tho
mentul picture they have formed of
them. By the time they are old enough
to go to kindergarten or first grade,
the habit of drawing In line and of
letting tho lino stand for tho thing
they would like to express lnn better
way If they could, has become so fixed
that It has been mistaken, I believe,
by many teachers, for a nntural ten
dency. Material to Make Forms.
I nm convinced that, If children
were given material with which they
could make forms, ns they renlly see
them, they would never be tempted to
HOW SHALL WE SPEND
While n vast amount of mon
ey Is being spent upon our crim
inal classes, we are permitting
another crop of criminals to
come right along and take their
places, by neglecting to fur
nish the moral and social train
ing which the kindergarten pro
vides at tho most formative age.
If we could only get one lap
abend, and spend our money
upon child training Instead of
upon the vicious, the idle, and
the shiftless! Like Alice In
Wonderlnnd, we seem to bo
"running like mnd" In order to
keep In the same placet
draw in outlines. The best nnd most
responsive mediums for the smallest
children are clay und sand. With
these they enn lenrn to mnkc objects
ns they actually exist, with three di
mensions. They can quickly and eas
ily express their ldens and carry out
In n realistic way tho pictures of their
When they are old enough to under
stand that a picture Is merely the flat
representation of the soJId forms, they
should be given soft materials that
will niuko surfaces or musses quickly,
such us chalk (not crayola), char
coal, and water color paints. Of
course these will be somewhat "mes
sy" for them to handle, and the moth
ers nnd teachers who care moro nbout
clean hands nnd clothes than they do
about the children' development, will
substitute the lead pencil and wax
crayons, or crayola.
In most homes, nnd unfortunately
In some kindergartens nnd prlmnry
grades, most of the art work which In
volves the use of scissors nnd paints,
consists in cutting out and coloring
pictures from magazines or pictures
outlined from patterns. This has little
vnlue as art training except to glvo
eklll In tho handling of tho scissors
and the brush. It is good as far as- it
Will Develop Child's Ideas.
It Is far more educational, how
over, and will develop the child's Idea
of form to a much greater degree, to
encourage him to cut out his own
forms, without any patterns, just as
he makes his own drawings when al
lowed to express himself freely as an
Individual. Tearing out from paper
forms In which he Is Interested, us
ing the thumb and forefinger of each
hand held close together .like two
pairs of nippers Is also an excellent
way for a child to work out his own
Idea of form.
To bo of real vnlue, most of tho art
efforts of children should be the re
sults of their own thinking and see
ing, just as their talking efforts should
express their own Ideas and not con
sist merely In the repetition of the
words of those around them.
TO MAKE CITIZENS
A state can be no better than
the citizens of which It Is coin
posed. Our labor now Is not to
mold states, but make citizens.
let Contents ISPluid Praoti
Children Cry For
1 rnnnr...1 rim GENT.
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I Mineral. NotNaHot I
a i. inrui Remedy tor
Special Care of Baby.
That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet t
is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to uso
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate tho delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to bo shunned, neither would
be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must bo
prepared with even greater care than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants 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
prepared for grown-ups.
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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HAD HIGH SENSE OF HONOR
Mark Twain Punctilious to a Decree,
In Order to Satisfy Hlo "Presby-
Mark Twain, It Is well known, In
bored In hh older years to repay tho
debuj Incurred by his publisher; but
probably a great many iiersons, baslug
tlelr opinions on Twain's own Jests,
euppo-ted him to be rather happy-go-lucltj
In smaller affairs. But he wiib
not, shows Gamaliel Bradford In his
sketch of Twain in "American Por
traits." Tho most obvious Instance of his
rectitude, says Mr. Bradford, are in
regard to money. In spite of his
dreams nnd speculative vagaries, he
was punctiliously scrupulous In
financial relations, his strictness cul
minating In the vnst effort of pa
tience and self-denial necessary to pay
off tho debt of honor which fell upon
him In his later years. But the nlce
ness of his conscience wns not limited
to broad obligations of this kind.
"MJno was a trained Presbyterian
conscience," Twain says, "and know
but tho oue duty to hunt nnd harry
its slave upon all pretexts and all
occasions. I don't wish even to seem
to do nnythlng which can Invito sus
picion," he snld, as to a mutter so
trivial as taking ndvnntnge In a game.
The ability to do without In the
present, provides for comfort In the
Snowy linens are tho pride of every
housewife Keep them in thnt condi
tion by using Red Cross Ball Blue In
your laundry. At all grocers. Adver
tisement. Insanity Laid to Microbes.
After more than twenty yenrs'
work among lunatics an Edinburgh
doctor has como to the conclusion
that many forms of Insanity are
caused by the action of microbes.
"You see that stout old chap In the
corner?" asked Jones.
"Yes. What about him?" replied
"lie's a wonderful acrobat."
"Go on I lie looks like a stock brok
er." "So he Is."
"But I thought you said he was an
"He's both. I asked him yesterday
whether he was busy, and ho said:
Aly boy, I Just hang on from dny to
day, keeping my noso abovo water by
the skin of my teeth."
HAD ANOTHER THINK COMING
Bill Was Sadly Mistaken Concerning
the Proper Classification of Applo
His Mates Enjoyed.
Bill Synics drew a large, pink np
pie from tho side pocket of his coat
nnd prepared to attack It, when an
other of his workmates reached over
and took the apple, saying:
"What" kind of apple Is that, Bill
Cox's Oranuc Pippin?" Then, as ha
munched, ho said: "No, It hain't 1"
Another loafer reached for the ap
"Cox's Ornngo Pippin, my happy
aunt I Don't yer know n Benuty of
Kent when yer sees it? Lcmmo tnsto
it. No, 'Han't that!"
Stllh another grimy paw reachod
out and took the fruit, deploring:
"You fellows act us If you'd never
seen apples before 1 That hain't no
Benuty of Kent, It's n Dutch Mlgnon.
No, 'taint I" as ho took the lust hlto
of It "What was that apple, Bill?"
"I thought," replied Bill Badly, "that
applo was my lunch I" London An
Tho Brlde-I'm In nn uwful mess
here, mother. I simply can't get my
expense uccount to balance.
Mother It's quite shtiplc, my dear.
Deduct the Items yon can remember
from tho amount you had to begin
with nnd cull tho difference sundries.
"So you ore trying to get up In your
rich uncle's estimation." "Yes, I want
to get down In his will."
Golden Guineas Hatched.
Grace's futher keeps u flock ot flno
guineas on his Bartholomew county
furm, but Gruce, u pupil in Columbus
high school, was ready to turn over
all the blue ribbons for guinea raising
to Silas Marncr. She made tho ac
quaintance of "Tho Weaver of Rave
loe" In her English class and she read
with wonder the story of his golden
guineas, for all of her father's guineas
were of a dull gray color. Then test
time came nnd Grace, describing tho
inker's Joy with his gold pieces, wrote
bravely: "Thnt morning Silas was
huppy for he had hatched u new brood
of golden guineas to add to his flock."
The Greatest Dam.
Tho world's greatest dam, the Senar,
Is being rushed to completion on tho
Bluo Nile river, 2,000 miles south of
Khartum, Afrlcn, where Lord Kitchen
er became famous.
This dnra will bring under irrigated
cultivation fl.OOOOO acres of farmlnc
land now Idle. It will run a Hwurm of
factories, mightier than tho pyramids.
Ancient way of conquering a terri
tory was to enslave the Inhabitants.
Modern man's great conquests harness
naturo'H forces and free human labor.
Any pretty womnn's tears tiro worts,
Public opinion, being human, Is fro.
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When Hungry Little Muscles
Say, "Please Help Me'9
JPlVL i nj 'at TRsm
DID you ever stop to think who it really is
that's talking, when childish voices raise a
clamor, "Mother, I'm hungry?"
It's really muscles and bones and nerves and
cells worn in the stress and strain of play that
are calling for rebuilding material.
What kind of an answer? The
right thing, or just anything?
It makes a big difference.
Grape -Nuts, so deliciously
crisp and appetizing to taste, and
so quick and convenient to serve,
is a splendid food for rebuilding
young bodies. All the won
derful nutriment put in wheat
and barley by Nature, includ
ing the vital mineral elements,
is there and Grape -Nuts
digests easily, quickly and com
pletely. Served with cream or
milk, Grape-Nuts is exceptionally
"That's splendid!" says ap
petite. "That's just the needl"
say the hungry muscles, nerves
Ready to serve right from the
package always crisp and
fresh. A favorite dish with all
the family. Sold by grocers.
Grape-Nuts the Body Builder
"There's a Reason"
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