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RED CLOUD.. NEBRASKA, CHIEF i ft U Raisins with Freshness of HERE'S a new package of Sun Maid Raisins that you will want to try dainty, tender, juicy, seeded fruit-meats packed in tins. The tin keeps all the flavor in. No matter when or where you buy them, these raisins have Sim-Maid Raisins Sun-Maid Raisin Growers Membership 13,CC0 Dejit. N 553 29, Fretno, Calif. Sun-Maid Seeded Rai- j" sins in blue-labeled tins j snouui cost you no more i than the following prices: 12 oz. tin, 20c; S at. tin cupful size), 15c. Sun-Maid Raisins in packages Miould cost you no more than the follow- I Namc oz. blue pkg.), 20c; Seed- less in 15 oz. red ;.), i 18c; Seeded or Seedless I 11 oz.), 15c. j Street- City- It Is easier to Ik good, alter one Kns tried ex clothing. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of i VASTOHIA, that famous old remedy tor infants and children, ami set; that It i Hpnr lln SlKiiatt.ro of C2LrM&&l In Uso for Over J 10 Wars. 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II AS"li V "tfAUK OMi MAN ClIAMir.S heavleat racln, boxei. etc.. from ground onto wueon and off. v. Loverlnc, I'remunt, Neb. WIMU-HY, OH FITN WIUTK AT ONCII If you art) mulcted to TOWNS ItKMKUV COMl'ANV, 1 XWrd tit., UtUaukM, WU j mfi&X INDIGESTjONi 1 W Ji9ltMfiBvV 50 lO , .-iffvyZ KrFim " dKUlHMsVHM in Tins the Fresh Fruit the freshness of fresh fruit. Especially delicious in a cake or p.c and all ready, too. Try them next time you buy raisins. Sec how good they arc. Mail coupon for free book of tested Sun Maid recipes. CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT Sun-Maid Raisin Gr oweri, I Dejit. N-553-29, Fresno, California. I Please send me copy of your free book, "Recipes with Raisins." -.Statf.. il It Depends. Doctor Copchintl Hiys that people are hi better health when they arc well drowsed, because they hold their heads High and Inhale more freely. Nevertheless we've seen well-dressed men scrongo down Into their collars most unhyglenleully when they met the tailor they still owetl for the glut! rags, Huston Transcript. Important to All Women Readers of This Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never bupcct it. Women's complaints often prove to he nothing else hut kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys aic not in a healthy con dition they may cause the other organs to become dicased. You may buffer pain in the back, head ache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irri table (nd maybe despondent; it makes any one o. Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such condi tions. Mnnr fend for a sample bottle to cee what Swamp-Root, the Kieat kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclonr.R ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Hinphainton, N. Y., you may receive nam pic ebo bottle by parcel post. You can purchase medium and large sire bottles at all drug stores. Advertisement. Not Choice, but Stimulating. "Laughter, someone nays, Is tho wine of life." "Vin ordlnnlrc, most of It." Huston Transcript. DYED HER SKIRT, DRESS, SWEATER AND DRAPERIES WITH "DIAMOND DYES" Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her worn, shabby dresses, skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies, hangings, everything, even if she has never djed before. JJuy "Diamond Dyes" no other kind then perfect home dyeing is sure because Dia mond Dyes are guaranteed not 'to spot, fade, streak, or run. Tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton or mixed goods. Advertisement. .Sometimes a wife can tend her hus band like a bank hook. Cutlcura Soothes Itching 8calp. On retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and Itching with Cutlcura Oint ment. "ext morning shampoo with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toilet preparations mid have a clear skin and soft, white i hands. Advertisement. Every tlmo a man borrows trouble ho gets tho worst of tho transaction. imm .! ml m rNignT ornin J Mori KeepVbur Eyfes Clean -Clear Healthy Vlrlte for free CW Car Boelt Murta Co,ChlcaaUXA p vyyr W t.ioraftrtdi 'iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiHiniiHiiiitiiiiiu. Indian Lodge Tales n By Ford C. Frick nillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllr THE CANOE AT THE otitliern extremity of tho Sangre Do Crlsto range, nntl Just across the New Mexico border, Is a pecullnr rock format ton. Half wny up the slope between two giant peaks Is ti ennoe of rock, nntl Jn the canoe nro two persons one ho'ldlng n patldlo poised In midair as If about to tukn a stroke. The formation Is so llfellko that It has attracted the attention of hundreds of scientists who havo vis ited tho place. And about this rock canoe, with Its two passengers, tho Indians lme woven n beautiful Uttlo legend which follows: Long ages ago before our fathers' fathers or our fathers' fathers', fathers were horn, In tho undent days when the chosen people lived In hap-, plness and peace In the shadow of tho, great mountain which points the wnyj to Heaven, thu world was young and lKMiutlful. Hero tho chosen people played and the sun shonu nntl thero wero no shadows upon the earth and no sorrow In the hearts of mankind. The Mnnltou, In his gnclotis goodness, gnve heed to the wishes of his chil dren nntl from his home In Heaven sent to them joy and happiness and blood shed was unknown and death was only u passing journey between caith anil Heaven. Hut evil spirits came out of tho sen and visited the beautiful valley at the shadow of the great white mountain, and they tilled the hearts of the chosen people with envy and hate, ami mur der nntl bloodshed nod the chosen people turned their faces from Heaven and cursed the Mnnltou ami wicked ness reigned throughout the valley. And of all the chosen people there wero only two, one mnn nntl one wom an, who hold their fnlth. And so the nil-wise Mnnltou sent the floods to visit tho valley, nud tho waters came and nil the evil spirits wero swallowed up and the chosen people wore lost and the earth was covered with wnter and no iinc might live. Hut flr.xt tho Mturltnii warned these two, this mnn nntl woman, nntl they fashioned themselves n ennoo of mnlzo and In It they tlnated on the top of tho floods until they landed on tho very summit of the Holy mount, which points the wny to Hcnvcn, nntl thero they thanked the Mnnltou for their de livery. And when the floods wero gone tho sun shone and nil tho worltl was bright and beautiful and new. And the man and womnn looked down from tho dizzy heights nntl snw the fertile pining below. They saw the green llehls. nntl the lakes and streams, nntl tho trees and they were unhnppy nnd asked the Mnnltou to nsslst them down the mountain nnd bnck Into tho beautiful valley where they might play and ho happy as of old. Tho Mnnltou was good nntl kind nnd heard their call. So ho fashioned for them a magic ennoe, filled with thcV light of Hcnvcn, nnd this tho two; the mnn nnd the womnn, glided gently down tin mountain sldo from the very gates of Henen to the plains of enrth. In order thnt tho chosen peoplo might hnvc new fnlth, the Mnnltou cnii80d tho ennoo to mnko n trnck over the rock ndnwn tho eastern slope lnto tho plain. And there It remains to this tiny n brond trnck where shadows hldo and where tho sunlight glows forever, more. , So tho two returned to tho henu tlful valley, where they lived to won ship long the glory of tho Mnnltou, whn saved them from the floods. And when filially they died, the Mnnltou lifted them with the mnglc ennoe to a placo midway between Heaven and enrth on the great mnuntnln, beside tho sent of wisdom. Thero It stood as n guide, to the chosen people nnd as n. monu ment to tho mercy of the Mnnltou. Those who do not hcllevo have hut ! to go and see. For tho canoe, with two who ply tho paddle, seems to rldo the tossing waves thnt roll, from tho Holy mountain to the south nnd cast' townrd St. Peter's dome. And thero, shall It stand so long as mnn endures. The Prophet's Mission. A prophet, however much he mny, nppenr to be in opposition to his nge, yet in n peculnr way represents thati particular time. Ho is the antidote,! the balance, the complement, nnd his Is tho voice which awakens all thoso who nro ready to be like minded. If ho is wholly successful, nnd his teach ing Is nbsorhed, It mnynftcrwnrd hard ly be understood how nny ono might ever hnvo believed otherwise. Tho flashing Inspiration becomes n com monplace. V. R. I.cthnby, In "Form in Civilization." I Date Is Valuable Fruit ' Tho date gives a particularly health- ful form of sugar for two reasons. It 1 Is the only fruit that Is dried right on the tree. Also, most sugnr must go through n chemical change, in the body before It can be digested, hut this Is not necessary In tho enso of tho sugar In dates. I From tho earliest tlmo of which .wu dates have been cnten by young nntl old and today, with ' tho improve ments In growing and packing, they are better than ever. , TELLS OTHERS OF ITS GREAT VALUE In Nursing Sick, Mrs. Patten States, She Often Recom mends TanlacThinks It Wonderful. "I firmly believe Tanlac Is what keeps me so well and strong," Is the high tribute paid the tiiedlclnt'. re cently, by Mrs. Edith .T. Patten, widely known nnd esteemed resilient of fitK) Cumberland Au, Portland, Me. "When I began the use of Tanlac I had not felt light for u long time nnd wns all run down. After persist ently taking the treatment considered best for such n condition I got no better. In fact I seemed to he growing worse until n lady friend In sisted on me trying Tanlac. "At that time I took two or throe bottles nnd was perfectly well again. Since then I have taken a bottle two or three times n year and no one could feel better. I hne done lo; of nurs ing of the sick, nud since Tanlac did so much for me I have been tho cause of ninny others tnklnc It always with splendid results. It Is with this knowledge nntl experience that I rec oninieutl Tnnlnc as a wonderful med icine." Tnnlno Is for sale by all good drug gists. Ovrr .15 million bottles sold. Advertisement. Longer Skirts. "Will silk stockings bo worn?" "Yes," replied Miss Cayenne, "but they will not, ns heretofore, constitute most of the costume." Every department of housekeeping needs Hod Uross llnll Hluo. Kqunlly good for kitchen towels, table linen, sheets nnd pillowcases, etc. Adver tisement. Kven when work Is scarce u wl llnd It everywhere. It takes more than hot air to kill the germ of suspicion. 10 Ceils DISCOVERED ERROR TOO LATE I Rath Husband Jumped to Conclusion as to the Meaning of His Wife's Mutterings. Gov. Ephnilm Morgan of West Vlr glnln wus talking at u dinner about certain coal-mine complications. "Well," ho said, "let us hope nobody docs anything rash. Itnslincss but perhaps you haye not heard the Mory of Roland. "A certain mnn got married, and one night on the honeymoon ho was awakened by the voice of his young bride talking In her sleep. "'Roland,' she sighed, 'Kolnnd Itolund.' Over ontl over, you know, like. thnt. It wus terrible. "The man grew wild with Jealousy, for his name was Hank, not Kolnnd, nntl seizing the poor girl by the throat, he put an end to her then nnd there. "A rash deetl, bcllovc me, for Hank learned afterward from her fnnily thnt his wife had worked for several years In n cafeteria, and the 'Itnland' he had heard of her dreaming lips was really 'Itoll and,' meaning, of course, nu order for 'Itoll and butter.' " In a Manner of Speaking. "How would you describe W. L. George and D. II. Lawrence?" "I'd sny they were heroine addicts." Revenge. "I sny, Hint's my umbrellnl" "I don't deny It. I bought It nt n pawn shop." Lampoon. Off to school on a winter morning fresh nnd rosy or pinched and chilly? That' a matter for Mother to decide. Children, as well as grown-ups, need a hot mealtime beverage that is whole some, invigorating, and free from harm ful after-effects. Coffee is known to be harmful especially to children. That is why so many thoughtful mothers give their children delicious Postum. This pure cereal beverage gives needed warmth and comfort, has delightful flavor and aroma, and is free from anything that can injure the health of children or adults. Your grocer stlls Postum in two forms: Instant Postum (In tins) prepared Instantly In the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Ceretl (In packages) for these who prefer to make the drink while tho meal is being propared; mad by boiling fully 20 minutes. POStUm FOR HEALTH "There's a Reason ' Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Michigan FREEDOM FROM LAXATIVES Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced Them. Pills and salts glvo temporary re lief from constipation only at tho ex pense of permanent Injury, says an eminent medical authority. Science has found a newer, better way a means, an simple as Nuturc Itself. v in perfect health n natural lubricant keeps the footl wastr soft ami moving. Hut when constipation exists this nat ural lubricant Is not siilllclent. Modi- , cal authorities have found that the gentle luhiifiitlng.ntilon of Nujol most closely resembles that of Nature's own 1 lubricant. As Nujol Is not it laxative It cannot gripe. It Is In no sense n ' medicine. And like pure water It Is hucwloss and pleasant. Nujol Is prescribed by p'l.vslclnns; user In lending hospltnln. (.let n bottle from your druggist today. Advertise m en t. I A Dangerous Variety. ' Alice may be n goislp, but 1 be lleu she tells the truth." i "Wy dear, the truth Is frequently the worst I'm in of gossip Imaginable." FOR OVER 40 YEARS UAWfl CATAHItll MEIMCIN'H Jinn boon ipp.1 Hticcesafully In tho treatment of Ci nrrli. IIAMVH CATAtmtl MKIMCINE con nlfts of an Ointment which Quickly HoilPVn by Incnl application, nntl the Intel nut MpiIIcIiip. n Tonic, which nets throiiRti the lllnncl rtn the Miu'oun Sur fncrn. tnun rcdiirlnp tho Inlliumnutlon. Hold ly nil driiKBlstn V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. It Wasn't for an Ice Palace. "If yoi've got oiir building permit wiuii an. oti waiting for?" "A wt r.ther penult." Disordered Stomach Take a good dose CARTERS IITTLE IVER PILLS Gives Charming New Shade to Old Lingerie PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dyes or tints as you wish Bctt.ii- Than Mother. I havo two aoiih of high school ago who have nlivujy made our limine a gathering place for their chums. I luit. become more or less interested In all boys, their problems and per plexities. Last sunui r n stranger came mining them. After he had been com ing to t.ur house n few weeks, he sat tlown In the porch swing with me one night and poured tint his troubles. I advised him as well as I could Just as I would tunc done to ono of my own sons. lie said: "I rvlsh my mother under stood things as you do!" That compliment went straight to my heart. Chicago Tribune. Gra3shopptis' Favorite Diet. When various spring grnlim nro imillnhlo the grasshoppers prefer oats to any of tho others, reports n United States Department of Agriculture In vestigator In .Montana. However, when food Is schrce the hippe"s will not go far out of the way to seaich for thu plautii that idea.se their palates most. Agricultural Department Bul letin. Wall-O-O-Graf. Tilly How tlo you like tho tune on my phonograph? Phllly Phonograph? I thought by the sound of It flint It was a lunano graph. Feminine Intuition Is the mother of "I-told-yon-so." ' Chaa. E. Backtu rCfj!- 9IK Ja Health is the Most Valu able Asset You Have Ncwago, Mich. "Some years ago I was troubled with dizziness, palpita tion, loss of appetite nntl sore and pain ful stomach. I tried the best physiciani I coiiltl hear of, ami also several put-up medicines, but nothing diil me nny good. Same physicians said it was my heart; some said it was my stomach t while others said it was my nerves. I got so bail I could not work very stead ily, when a friend came to see mcand insisted upon my trying Dr. Pierce's) Golden Medical Discovery. I was dis couraged, but tried it anywny, ontl after taking the second bottle I felt much better. 1 UiAiJxMight six bottles ami 1 believe the 'Discovery saved my life. It wns riRlitfully named 'Golden Medical Discovery.' I would recom mend it to all who need such a medi cine. Chas. K. Backus. All tlruRKistB, tablets or liquid: of fcihI 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel i i Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial pkg. YOU CAN rolor your balr tfttlljr, quickly and aatl by Mains Q-Dan Hair Color Ilr- tarr. Ha re to me aa water. Makei jrou look jouna agalo. Al all gixx) OrtlKKl ., 75 rrnta, or illrfcl from HKbSKl ELL1H, Cbemlsla, llcupbla, Tn W. N. U LINCOLN, NO. 3-1923. of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take z or 6 for a lew nights atter. You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness, Dizzinesa.SIck Headache, Upset Stomach and forSallow, Pimply, Blotchy Skin. Then end the znhery of Comllpallon. "stfPteZcC Small Pill; Smttl Dots; Small Price' SURELY WAS BRIGHT YOUTH Out Po&slbly Schoolmaster Had Soma Idea of Conveying a Delicate Hint to Dad. .Secretary Mellon said ut n tllnnct In Pittsburgh: ".Soiuo of the hints that our for mer allies drop about their debts to us remind me of u story. "A Hoofder schoolmaster wns giv ing a gawky country lad a lesson la mental arithmetic. '"Now Peleg,' he said, 'suppose your father had eight hams hanging In his smoke-house, mid In lay cellar thcrs were none. Got that?' "'Yes, sir.' suitl Peleg. "'Xow suppose your father gnve mo one-eighth of his entire Mock of hums how many would there then bo la my cellar, and how many would re main In your father's smoke-hou?e?' " 'One and seven," bald Peleg quick us a (lash. "'Marvelous! Kxcellentl cried tho schoolmaster. 'Vim arc entitled to ten gootl murks for that answer. Tell your father so when you get home, Repeat the problem to blin, word for word, so that he may sou what n tine, blight boy he has In bis little Peleg.' - When the Wife la Away. Tim How nre you getting along nt home while your wife Iu away? Jim Kino I've reached the height of ellkiency. I can put on my socks now from either end. American Mt tunl Magazine. 'tiVPAii'Ar VTA Uoouasll ,r4,"V """"r"fc " I hw'cr4&'P'ijE '" '"