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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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If thf victims were clmosora, police
iniixlstriiti's would lio iiiimi (if few
words mid short Kcntuncw.
Ton miinv men vnto time urjjtiliiR
nlioiit the religion tliey linvon't trot.
l flSWam INDIGESTJOWI
3ISC& 6 Bell-ans
L-WAd-' Ht water
25$AND 75i PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
Cuttcura for Pimply Faces.
To remove pimples nnd blnckhcndf
smrur tliein with Cutlcurn Ointment.
Wnsh oft In flvo minutes with Cutl
curn Sonp nnd hot ynter. Onco clenr
keep jour skin elenr by using them for
dully toilet purposes. Don't fnll to In
clude Cutlcurn 'Bilcum. Advertisement.
Every One Heard.
Sl&-yoiir-uhl Helen's father wns a
fleshy mull nnd, for comfort, wore his
clothing iitiltu loose, lie took Helen
one night to u circus which wns show
lug In the town.
When the huge elephants were
brought Into the ring for their stunts,
hhu was uneasy nnd doubtful. But
when the last big elephant passed her
seat In making his exit, during a lull
In the applause, she exclaimed In n
very audible voice, "Oh, papa, his
pants tit him Just like yours do you."
Snowy linens nro the pride of every
housewife. Keep them In that condi
tion by using Bed Cross Ball Blue In
your laundry. At all grocers. Adver
tisement. Sisters to Men.
Any young mini is made better by a
sister's love. It isn't always neces
sary, though, that it should he his
own sister. Life.
Though thi; world may owe every
man a living, only the persistent col
lector f,ets It.
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m nnrrrlstincss ana
For Infants and Children.
iotliers Know That
W tv '
Rsnct Cony of Wranncr.
THE CtHTAUW COMPOWT. WtW TDHK CITT.
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric
acid troubles are most dangerous
because of their insidious attacks.
Heed tho first warning they give'
that they need attention by taking
J HAARLEM OIL 9U
The world's standard remedy for these
disorders, will often ward off these dis
eases and strengthen the body against
Look for tlio nam Gold Medal on ovary
box and accept no Imitation
Rettorea Color and
Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair
wc. ana i uoai ururriiit
ntmyii Ctirm. Wka. I'atthoKu.rt.T
HINDERCORNS rot. tv. cu-
lonwa. tut., atnpa all ala, rnauria comfort to tbo
frrt. nakra alklnir ttr. Ho. by mall or at Unit
ClJta. XilcoxCliemlclVork,l'aU:lioruo,H. T.
Papa's Golf StocKlnos.
1'athei', brlllhi;it In striped golf
stockings, was oft for a day with the
family at the Van Cortlanilt links. lie
was complacently self-conscious. Iilght-year-old
Ethel was fretful and nerv
ous. Suveral people In the subway
car were emlllug. Suddenly Kthel
piped, "Mammii, can't I have .some new
tstockin's like papa. I wanna look like
n zebra, too."
One Must Be Careful.
I think the most embarrassing mo
ment for me was one day when I wns
going to lunch with two girls. Wu had
gone a short distance when we saw
two other girls coming. One I knew.
I said: "Oh. this ono makes mo
They said: "Which ono?"
I said: "The one on the Inside. She
thinks she Is soswell, and she Is only
a switchboard operator."
I then remembered one of tho girls
I was with was a switchboard opera
tor, and all she did was look at me,
and 1 know I got red, but It was a hot
day and the sun was shining, so
maybe she thounht I wns sunburned,
but I don't think sbo did, for she has
has not talked to mo since. Detroit
Stranger Beg pardon, sir.
far is It to the North station?
Oolf Bug I should say about a full
drive, threo brassies and a putt. Bos
ton livening Transcript.
f lipid Is a celebrated nialchiiinker,
hut somehow he Isn't In a hurry to
d Your Eves
Cloan - Clear Hoalthy
Writ for free fA Car NufinCo.Chl4.tt
Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced
Bills und suits give temporary re
lief from constipation only ut the ex
pense of permanent injury, says an
eminent medical authority.
Science bus found a newer, better
way u menus us slniplo as N.ituro
In perfect health a natural lubricant
keeps the food waste soft and moving.
But when constipation exists this nat
ural lubricant is not sutllclcnt. Medi
cal authorities have found that the
gentle lubricating action of Nujol most,
closely resembles that of Nature's own
lubricant. As Nujol Is not a Inzntlve
It cannot gripe. It is In no sense a
medicine. And like pure water It Is
harmless nnd pleasant.
Nujol Is prescribed by physicians;
used in leading hospitals. Get a bottle
from your druggist today. Advertise
ment. Pofnt of View.
He was a child of tho rich nnd he
was talking to a child of tho poor In
Lincoln park, Chicago
"Say," said tin- child of tho poor,
"1 know a slick bike rldo to take."
"Do you?" said the child of tho
rich. "Tell me where, so I can sic
one of the chauffeurs on to It."
Ford C. Frick
And Each a Day's Work.
Young Housekeeper And these
eggs, are they real country eggs?
Grocer Yes'm, genulno hen-made.
A mnn may grumble and kick about
it a good deal, but tho fact remains
that deep In Ills heart he's mighty
proud of tho wife in tho new gown
sho's Insisted on huvlng. Detroit
Mrs. Ext Sbo Is really the' worst
gossip In tho neighborhood, Why,
heard this morning that she
Exe Come, now, my denr, don't try
to beat her at her own guma
HAD GOOD REASON TO WAIL
THE UTE LEGEND OF
TN THE beginning of time there wero.
no mountains, no streams, no hunt
ing grounds und no forests. In thoso
days there were no red men ronmlng
the plains, no bison, no antelope and
no living things. Even wns there no
earth, but only the blue Bky nnd the
clouds and the sunshine nnd the rain.
The Manltou, who dwelt In tho cen
ter of the sky, lived all alone. There
were no smuller gods In Heaven nnd
ho wns the ruler of the sky and the
bun and the rnln; and the lightning
nnd the thunder were at his command,
nnd the sun shone nnd the rain fell nt
But by nnd by the Manltou grew
tired nnd lonely nnd wished for new
things to see and new work to do. So
ho took n stone nnd whirled It round
and round until he bored a hole
through the floor of Heaven, which Is
the sky. And the hole he made larger
nnd larger until he could look through
nt the nothingness beyond. And ho
was much pleased.
When he had made n big hole In the
sky and was able to look throuch,
then he took the snow and the rain,
and this h poured through the hole In
the sky also. With It he poured, too,
the stones nnd the dirt from the lloor
of Heaven. And the snow and th
rain and the dirt and the stones fell
from Heaven Into the great nothing
ness, and the Manltou was pleased
with his work.
By and by, when he had poured for
days, he looked down and saw below
him it great moutnaln which had been
bullded by the rain and the snow, thb
dirt and the rocks. And far below tho
mountain be could see n great plain
which stretched away and away as far
as he could see for great was the
quantity of dirt and rock which ho had
Seeing tho mountain, the Manltou
wns curious to know what lay beyond
nnd what wonder the dirt nnd tho
rock had worked. So be mnde tho
hole bigger, until ho wns nble to crawl
through and then ho stepped down
from the lloor of the sky to the sum
mit' of tho great mountain which no
had formed. When ho had como down
ho found that the earth and the stones
hnd spread out and had formed the
world, which wns large and vast. But
It was n world of bare rock and dirt,
nnd the Manltou wished for something
to make It morn beautiful.
He stooped and touched the earth
with his lingers, nnd wherever ho
touched there trees sprang forth nnd
forests were mnde, nnd the plains wero
mnde green with tho trees nnd tho
shrubs. The sunsblno which camo
through the bole In the sky which the
Manltou bad made wnrmed the nlr nnd
melted the snow, nnd great lakes of
water were made; and the water ran
down the side of the mountain nnd
made the streams. And on the level
lnnd of the plains great lakes wero
formed nnd rivers llowed nnd sens
grew, and grass sprang up nnd flowers
nnd the world beenmo very beauti
ful. So wns the world crented, nnd It was
n world of sunshine nnd warmth u
pleasant world where tho rain fell on
tho afternoon of every day and trees
grew, nnd flowers nnd shrubs. And
the Manltou, seeing It, was very
Every day he camo down from his
home In the sky to roam In the fields
nnd to rest by tho sldo of tho streams
or In the shade of tho forests and tho
world becamo his plnyground where,
he rested when Ills' work In tho Heaven
But nt that time there wero no liv
ing crentures, no birds und no beasts,
no bear and no wolves, nnd no llslies,
and no red men nothing but trees
nnd grass and wnter.
By nnd by tho Manltou became lone
ly nnd wished for some ono to Inhabit
these lands which he had mude so
beautiful, some ono with whom ho could
talk and play. So he created the liv
ing creatures and put them on the
earth but that Is another story.
Note The Utes, nlwnys a mountain
tribe, have nlwnys been Influenced In
their legends nnd their folk-lore by tho
majesty and mystery of the mountains,
which have been u part of their en
vironment. It Is only to be expected,
therefore, thnt their very first legend
tho legend of creation should be
centered ubout ono of tho great peaks
which they knew and loved.
Traveler Surely Wno In a Predicament
That Afforded Cause for
The conductor on the California
Limited between Chicago and Los An
geles noticed that one of the passen
gers sat In his section hour nfter hour
and sobbed. The first night out of
Chlcngo the conductor was tempted to
ask what the trouble was, but having
learned from previous experiences
that one Is better off minding one's
own business he did not do so. On the
second day, as the passenger contin
ued to weep and wall, bo was even
more strongly tempted to go to the
man's nld, but still he refrained. On
the third day, however, the sobs of
the traveler were so great that ho
could not resist. uny longer and he
approached him politely with the ques
tion: "Plenso tell me what Is the trou
ble?" "01, ol, ol," sobbed the pnssenger.
"I've been on the wrong train for
threo days." Exchange.
STRANGER IN THEIR MIDST
Gap Johnson's Progeny Naturally Re
sented the Presence of Inter
loper In the Family.
"A short distance up the road,"
snid a tourist who had halted his car
In front of the residence of flap John
son of Itumpus Bldge, "I met a small
boy legging It for Ills life, with n
howling mob of children of assorted
sizes pursuing him nnd fairly raining
stones, clubs and blistering epithets
"Eh-ynh 1" replied Mr. Johnson. "The
party of the first part was Gabe Gig
gery's boy, nnd the mob was composed
of some of my children, chasing him
home. Yoit see, their maw washed
'em nil up a spell ago, and when they
looked each other over they found that
kid of Gabe's had been nniongst 'em
for nobody knows how long, eating,
drinking nnd making merry, as It
were. Whurupon they gave n united
yell of fury and started to swarm all
over him, und he let off u screech of
terror nnd defunct out of yur as the
crow flies!" Kansas City Star.
Chopping Him Off.
"Sir," whined the measly mendicant.
"I nin In great distress. The wolf Is
howling ut my door. What shall I
"Go out nnd let him ent you I"
snarled J. Kuller Gloom. Kansas City
Thcro Is only ono mcdWno that really
stands out pre-eminent as a medicine for
curable ailments of tho kidneys, liver and
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Boot stands the
highest for tho reason that it has proven
to be just the remedy needed in thousands
upon thousands of distressing cases.
bwamp-Koot makes friends quickly be
cause its mild and immediate effect is
soon realized in most cases. It is a gcn
tie, healine vegetable compound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at all
drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium
However,, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents, to Dr,
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Advertisement.
PESSIMIST LIFTS HIS VOICE
World Surely Is In a Bad Way, or
This Writer's Liver Is Out
Strike nnd the world strikes with
you, work and you work alone; our
souls arc ablaze with the apathy craze,
the wildest that ever was known.
Groan and there'll he u chorus.
Smile nnd you make no hit, for we've
grown long hnlr und wo preach des
pair and show you n dally fit.
Spend nnd tho gang will cheer you,
save nnd you hnve no friend, for we
throw our bucks to birds and ducks
and borrow from all who'll lend.
Knock nnd you'll be a winner. Boost
und you'll bo n frost; for the old sane
ways of the pre-war days nro now
from, the progrnm lost.
Strike and the world strikes with
you, work nnd you work nlone, for
we'd rather yell nnd rnlso blue h 1
thnn strive for nn honest bone. Roy
K. Moulton in tho New York Eve
The housewife smiles with satisfac
tion as she looks at the basket of
clear, white clothes and thanks Bed
Cross Ball Blue. At all grocers. Ad
Police to Check Highway Defects.
On the theory that an ounce of pre
vention Is worth n pound of euro the
District of Columblu has selected n
given road territory on which patrol
men hnve been placed, whose duty It
is to locate highway defects and report
the same Immediately.
Just as soon ns reported, tho dam
age Is repaired.
Whllo the patrolmen in the District
wf Columbia nru not specifically called
upon to furnish Information to drivers,
yet tills service naturally follows in
tho performance of their duties.
"Influence Is what counts In poli
tics." "Yes, but not nearly so much
so us affluence." Kansas City bear.
"V MaaJsEKaf amXlMalaaMaWlglilWjyy 1 CJally S .TM
Made With Raisins
and already baked for you
SAVE tlic trouble ami tltc
time of baking pics nt
liomc, yet give your men
folks pics that arc exactly to
Master bakers and neigh
borhood bake shops in your
city arc making lur-cious
raisin pic fresh every day.
Your grocer or these bake
shops can supply tlicm.
Taste tlicm and you'll
know why there's no longer
need to bake at home.
Crust tbat's ligbt and
flaky tender, thin-skinned,
juicy fruit, the juice forming
a delicious sauce I There's
nothing left to be desired in
Made with finest seeded Sun
1560 calories of energizing nu
triment per pound In practically
predigeslcd form. Kich in food
Iron, also -good food for the
Make cakes, puddings and
other good foods with them.
You may be offered other
brands that you know less well
than Sun-Maids, but the kind
you want is the kind ynu know
is good. Insist, therefore, on
Sun-Maid brand. They cost no
more than ordinary rani in.
Mail coupon now for free book
of tested Sun-Maid recipes.
' SUN-MAID RAISINS
The Supreme Pie Raisin
Your retailer should sell you Sun
Maid Raisins for not more than tho
Seeded (in IS 01. the fit-) 20o
Secilleaa-(ifl IS ot. rtJfltt.) 18c
Seeded or Seediest (11 otj lSo
CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT
Sun-Maid Raitin Growers
Dcpt. N-553-13, Fresno, California.
Fleasc send me copy of your free hook,
"Recipes with Raisins."
A Matter of Form.
Oeorge Cobiin wns talking at the
Lambs club ubout a very popular
song-bird of revue.
"Is she good?" n poet asked.
"Well," said Mr. Cobiin, "I have
known more assiduous church--oers."
"Oh, you Know what 1 mean. Is
she good? Hns she got a good
voice?" persisted the poet.
"Her voice Is Insured," said Mr.
Cohan, "for .?2.r0. Her figure Is In
sured for ?aoo,ooo."
Taking No Chances.
"Now between you und mi; and the
"Naw, the grnphophono might talk."
5.67&8 SHOES ftUi!
W. U. DourIim uiiM-a nro actually flo-
niandrxl year after year by more people
than any other shoe In the world
Shave. Bathe and
Shampoo with one
Catleura Soap lltliefiTorlt.fornafntyr.torehi? leg.
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In aurpaaalnsly stood alioea
for forty-six jraara. Thla ex
parlance of nearly half a cen
tury In malting alioea aul table
for Han and Woman in all
wallta of life should mean
onMthinff to you whan you
need ahoea and are looking:
for the baet shoe value, for
quality, material and work
manahlp are better than ever
before: only by examining
them can you appreciate their
Ko Blatter Where You Ut
ahoa dealer can aupply yon
with W. V. Douelaa ahoea. If
not convenient to call at one
of our 110 atorea in the Urea
dtlea, aak your ahoe dealer
for W. U Douelaa ahoea. Pro
tection aainat unreasonable
proflta la guaranteed by the
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