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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
give your diges
tion a "kick" with
Sound teeth, a flood
appetite and proper
dlaestlon mean MUCH
te your heal la.
WRIGLEY'S Is a
helper In all this
work a pleasant,
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Write lor 32-
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Use This Coupon S ""' ""'
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Mich. Htrsst .......... M
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on Neb. and Iowa FARMS
40 years' tlnio,uocomnilislon.
Write for name noarcst agent.
Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank
BEST BABY CHICKS 7c UP
Writs (or particular!. CHICKEN LITTLE
IIATCHICUY, LINCOLN, NKUllABKA.
Too Much Hazard.
"How did you ever get your hus
band to give up golf?"
"I pluyed with him every iluy."
Important to Mothers
Exnmlne carefully every bottle of
CASTOHIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, and seo that it
Bears tho S7& sIT7 .S
Signature of Qta&X?&xfa
In Use for Over !ll) Yeura.
Children Cry" for Flctcher'a Castoria
Many a woman has lived to regret
the day when she discovered her atlln
Ity. Freshen a Heavy Skin
With the antiseptic, fascinating Cuti
cura Talcum l'ovrtler, an exquisitely
scented, economical face, skin, baby
and dusting powder and perfume.
Renders other perfumes superfluous.
One of the Cutlcuru Toilet Trio (Soap,
Ointment, Talcum). Advertisement.
If one doesn't care for sports, en
vironment won't help.
A MAN WHO BECAME
Doctor It. V. I'lerce, whoso picture
appears above, was not only a success
ful physician, but also a profound
student of the medlclnnl qualities of
Nature's remedies, roots and herbs,
and by close observation of the meth
ods Uhod by the Indians, ho discovered
their great remedial qualities, espe
cially for weaknesses of women, and
after careful pooparatlon succeeded In
giving to tho world a remedy which
has been used by women with the best
results for half a century. Dr. I'lerco's
Favorite- Prescription Is still In great
demand, while many other so called
"cure-alls" havo come nnd gone. The
reason for Its phenomenal success Is
because of Its absolute purity, and IJr
Pierce's high standing as an honored
citizen of Iluffalo Is a guaranteo of all
that Js claimed for the Favorite Pre
scription as n regulator for the Ills
pecullnr to women.
Send 10c for trial pkg. to Dr. Plerce'n
Invalids Hotel. Huffalo. N. Y.
W. N. U, LINCOLN, NO. 101-1923.
i y r tim . r
f fCPJe"5r-SHOE 1
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happenings in Nobraska
Given in Erief Items For
Frciimiil will lime a troop of nu
llonal guardsmen In t Ik near future.
lied Willow county h preparing to
ship a carload of orn east for tin;
Near Fast relief.
The Nebraska membership In the
American Holsicin-Frleslan association
now numbers over two hundred.
The hill to prohibit the opening of system n laid and now Its limtniin
the suite fair on Siii.dn.v has been In- ,l"" "1 necessitate some tearing up
definitely postponed by the senate. "I" l'"V "'in.
The Wnhoo woinan-s dub has started I .Mi'"- M'M'.v -Margaret Presson, 70
an actlv campaign to bring about the -v,,"r old., wife of Colonel .1. II. Pros,
establishment of a public library ats,," chief clerk hi (h.voriinr Hryiiii'n
Wnlino. j olllce, Lincoln, died at an Omaha bos.
The Fnlrbiir.v Alf-ilfa .MIMs, valued P1'"1 lllst week. She had been III for
nl approxlmnt"l.v.Si:().(K)i). walulestloye(l'l'l,, Hum lle years,
by lire, the biilldliiL-and contents being! A pnilrle lire of unknown origin
a total loss,
MENTOR A. BROWN
of Kearney, publlcher of the Dally and
Weekly Hub, and dean of Nebraska
newspaper men. Mr. Brown came to
the state over 50 years ago, and ha6
been actively engaged In newspaper
work for half a century.
.More than .'15,000 crows were killed
during a month's competitive cum
palgu between Antelope and .Madison
The Nebraska Hrothorhood of
Thre.shermen will hold their thirteenth
annual convention hi Lincoln, .March
lit. 11 and l.r..
0er 1,000 out-of-town merchants,
mostly accompanied by their wives,
attended the spring market week show
at Omaha hist week.
P. A. Hrundugc has received Informa
tion from the postolllce department at
Washington, of his appointment us
postmaster at Tecuniseh.
Citizens of Fontanelle nre now en
joying the benellt of a twenty-four
hour a day electric service from the
municipal phmi nl Fremont. l
The quesiloii of Issuing bonds to
llnance the proposed community build
ing al llandolph will be submitted to
Ihe voters at the spring election. i
The "Inler.church .Messenger" Is the
name of a new venture In the news
paper Held Just started at Falrbury by
ihe Churches of .leu'orsnn count v.
l!..iwnl of Mrs U'lllmlmtnu l',,ril,s
an Inmate at the insane ward of the '
ii.m..i..w ...iv i,.,k..iini
her clothing since her arrival several I
er clothing since her arrival several!
.onths ago. resul.ed In the llndlng of '
early S7..".oo .om-ealed In her clothing.
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Among the coming attractions In
Omiilia iluring the present mouth, will
be Hint of lunate Paderevvsk) at the
auditorium mi (lie L'oth. Ills recent
ixlivities In the politics of the world,
ai.d as premier of Poland, are yet
fresh in the minds of the public.
Deslder's new live horsepower elec
tric siren lire alarm was tested out
last week, and Hebron's lire depart
ment, nine miles ensi, phoned to lind
mil what was the matter. Farmers .
from ever.v direction phoned In lo llud
out about the "lire." The alarm cost
The house has gone on reco-d as being '
jlwolulely opposed lo the use of the
State owned automobiles for "JoyrhM
A train on ihe' Ituriliiglon was
Jela.ved nl Fmiicolt for half an hour
iv hen a horse In an emigrant car Jump
ed out of the partly open ihnr. The
Shipment was bound for western Ne.
The Omaha Automobile show last
iveeu, in spue 01 iiniowar.i weainer,
tJSk :f t&Xm
Iwto mWMi'iflkttm dfjCiL.? tfl-r WJaaaBl ' tiiMml
ivas a record breaker, sales being far ,.)!,,,, t,s ,,(lt looked al this as a
In excess of any previous ,vear. and the' M)um. ,- n,Veiiue, but the results of
attendance all through the week was ((1Ml ymu, ,,1pU, n,,.tl. tlmt It
much larger. . nillit be made so.
For the nilh consecutive time Ks-, Insiiml f(. s'J,(K)0,(M)0 as a business
ther Stock Kroger has been elected protection to his linn, the lute Arthur
secretary of the Kearney Chamber of Crittenden Smith, chairman of the
Commerce. , board of directors of M. K. Smith Co.,
The Sl.lS'J.'JOS.f.l collected by Slate who ,ed In Omaha last week, was one
Treasurer Charles D. Itolilusmi during , ,- tin l)ftiiii hlghest-liisiired men of
February was able lo reduce the gen. ' 1 1 1 entire Fnlted Stntes.
eral fund dcllcll b.v sno.OlMl, and that j . survey of the damage done to lel
fiind Is now overdrawn $4li).-l03.01, uc- ephone lines' by Saturday's sleet and
cording to an Incomplete report. snowstorm In Nebraska and westorn
Nearly 1,000 names were on the pe- jmui s)umrt ,.ary i.ooo poles down
tltlon for a vote on a $0.'i,000 uudi-l,n numerous wire breaks along sev-
toriuin at i-remont vvnen it was pre-l4,,a
sented beforo the city council. The
council ordered the proposition votd !
"ii. . .
The lower hniwo voted down a mo
tion which would force adjournment
of the legislature on .March 'SA.
Construction ol' the S'J.'.O.IHJO build
ing for the home of Hie Omaha brunch
of the Federal Koxorvc Haul, of Kan
sas City will begin Immediately.
Several families who had Intended
to locale 111 Fremont have been forced
to move, to Llnioln, North I'.ond, Ar
lington and other towns, because of
the scarcity of rental property.
.Mr. and .Mrs. olof.lnhiiMm of Kiroins
liurg celebrated I heir .lth wedding an
niversary lM' week, and their eight
i children and llielr families were all
j percent to enjoy the event.
Citizens of Humboldt are staging n
liirht for a xuultary -ewer system.
Humboldt paved before the sevvei-
swept more than thirteen square miles
of farmland south of North Platte,
destroying a barn and almost 1.0(H)
tons of hay before it was slopped less
tlinii two miles from the university
.Indue .lames A. Crlmlsoii, formerly
of the sixth Judicial dMrlct. and well
known In stale polities ami .Masonic
circles, died Middculy at his home at
Lincoln of acute dilation of the heart.
He wiim eighty .veal's old.
Ir. Irving S. Cutter, dein of tho
collet;" of medicine, Fnlvrslty of Xe
braska, was elected president of the
Association of American .Medical Col
leges at the annual (invention of that
association In Ann Arbor, .Midi., last
I. timer Kiiiicl. 'Jo. sophomore at
Donne College, Crete, was given first
, place in the annual contest in oratory
held under the auspices of the Nebra
ska Collegiate Oratorical association
at Crelghton Fnlverslty auditorium In
Fire believed lo have been started
by defective wiring, almost completely
destroyed the stock of the Pauley Lum
ber company at Hustings. The loss Is
cs-t limited at about $."0,000, pari of
which Is covered by Insurance. The
yards will be rebuilt at once.
According to word received by Hoy
IIuiTop, Henry Ford, automobile manu
facturer: Thomas A. Killson, Inventor,
and Harvey S. Firestone, tire manu
facturer, may be In Omaha during the
three-day economic conference to be
held April 'J.'i to 'JS under auspices of
the American Feonomle league.
Charles v Pool, secretary or state,
announces that -17-1 corporations are
delinquent in payment of state occu
pation tax. This delinquency aggre
gates .s.'i 1,000, according to Mr. Pool,
who says he has notified these corpora
tions to pay by March 'Jit, and that If
they fall he will start court action
Prof. Otto Klnkedey. chief of the
music division of the New York Public
library and Osbourne McConathy, of
' the Northwestern Fnlverslty conser
vatory of music, will he the principal
speakers on the program of the Nebras
i ku Music Teachers association when
'they convene In Omaha, April 1. 1 for
their seventh annual convention.
Coyotes have become so i.umerous,
hold and troublesome in the country
1 around Nebraska Cily that .Mike Ham-
old, a farmer In that section, has Just
purchased a number of pure bred fox
hounds, and will organize a hunt to try
and clear the section of the wolves.
They have become so bold that they
go Into the barn yards In daylight ami
prey on the chickens.
The suite rallwr.y commission has
!fm" "n "nl"'' V "" "'" n,,1,r,M,J "'
-I'' state to put into oiled the 1..000
"!'" wHtfhl i for 'in load shipments
' , , ' , ' ' ,, ,
"r "vent". within the staeprovhe.l
Ulvtn ? "i"? ll,W2l "TuT
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or me icjrisiaiure. v line m eueci u is
a requirement that they obey the law
In form It Is an order putting into
effect a rule similar to the law.
In order lo avoid contllct with the
equinoctial period Ihe board of gover
nors of the Knights of Ak-Sur-lten has
advance the fall festival dales up
proximately two week-.. The fall rac
ing meeting will be held from Septem
ber 11 to September 'JO Iniliis-lve. The
fall festival dati's will be from Sepiem
,.,. .,., , ()(.,l(.r (i im-pivo. The
electrical parade will be held Wednes
day evening, October .'I. Ihe coronation
hall Friday evening, October o.
Mistaking a can of gasoline for
water resulted in the serious burning
id Mrs. Van Conet and the complete
destruction of the Conet home at New
One hundred and llfty' bo.vs and
girls carried on the canning club pro
ject as outlined by Ihe agricultural col.
lege of the Fnlverslty of Nebraska the
past season. These individuals to.
ported u net profit of S:VJ..'!( each, on
...., s.,mm....-s wnl.i, onllnarllv tin
important telenhono Hues. The
Northwestern Hell Telephone company
estimates its loss to bo In the neighbor.
hood of !?:i.VK)0.
Telia How She Was Madft
Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Indlnnapolin, Indiana. "Inow I wnni
to tell you just what induced mo to tako
your medicine. In
seemed that I had
some hind of weak
ness so that I could
not carry a child it3
full time. Tho Inst
time I was troubled
thi3 way I had a ner
vous breakdown and
was a complete
wreck. Tho doctor
thought I would not
live, and if I did that
I would never bo well
and strong again. But I told them I was
goinc; to get well, that I was not going
to die just then. Mv husband trot, mo
Lydia E. Pinkham'u Vegetable Com
pound and I tool: Bix bottles of it. I
noon got strong again and had thrco
more children. I have recommended
tho Vegetable Compound ever since.and
if you could sec mo now you would think
I had always been well." Mrs. Mary
P. Herrick, 23-1 Detroit St., Indian
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is an excellent medicino for ex
pectant mothers and should bo taken
during tho entire period. It has a gen
eral clTect to strengthen and tone up tho
entire reproductive system, bo that it
may work in every respect effectually
as nature intends.
w - - vitsarc
..tft,f.,.,ECV0TV lN kvkkv nox
ivUhHUl.A" u n medicated now whlto crrivn
tnutdocs nondnn fur tho cnuiplrzlnn. Heniovxi
tan.iiKiih.patotics.rlmplo.ccifnm.otc. A womlrr
tul faco Mrnch. Moll f 1.2.1. FIlKB 1IOOKI.KT.
OH. C. H. IHHHY CO.. J97 ailcMtun Cvcnu. CHICAQO
Greatest Violin Collection.
The world's greatest violin collection
belongs to (iabrlol M. Francois of
Pittsburgh, Including n Stradlvnrlus
worth S'JO.OOO. Mr. Francois says that
he can prove that the violins made
today are In no way Inferior to tho
DYED HER DRAPERIES,
SKIRT AND A SWEATER
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions to pimnlc that nny woman
can dye or tint faded, shabby skirts,
dresses, wnists, coats, sweaters. Block
ings, hangings, draperies, everything like
new. liny "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind then peifect home dyeing ib guaran
teed, even if you have never dyed before.
Tell your druggist whether tlie material
jou winh to dye is wool or filk, or whether
it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Dia
mond Dyes never streak, pot, fade, or
run. So easy to use. Advertisement.
To keep cool Is dllllcult when a man
has to choose between frying pan and
25$ AND 75$ PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
Take No Chance
March Worst Muni It for This Trouble Hon
to Itrmote I'-nally.
Them's a mason why ni-nrly everybody
freckles In March, but happily there I
also a remedy fur these ui;ly blemishes,
sncl no one need stay frerldetl.
Simply get an ounce of othlnp double
itrength from your druggist and apply a
llttlo of It nlKhl and morning, and In a
fen- Uuys nu should nee that even (he
worst freckles have begun to disappear,
Uille tln tlnht ones have vanished entirely.
Kow Is the llnm to rid yourself "of freckles,
or It not removed cow they may stay nil
summer, and npoll an othcrwnn beautiful
complexion, Your money back If Othlnn falls
quick relief, A
from all olbers
Hl tomaeb no
opiates. 35c and
(Copy tor 'Huh DepHttinflit SilitllMl by
the Aniftlcan Lftlon News Service.)
FISH BRING LEGION INCOME
Beaver Dam, Wis., Post Plans to Erect
Community Building With Funds
"Gold fish," was the contemptuous
title bestowed upon embalmed salmon
by John Doughboy during the World
war. Many soldiers developed' a last
ing prejudice against anything mov
ing In water because their army diet
so often Included tinned llsh.
However, the llnny tribe has staged
nn unusual comeback In one commu
nity. Members of the John K. Miller
post of the American Legion, nnd like
wise the good citizens of Heaver nam,
Wis., owe the possibility of a tine new
community building to tlsli and to
the practical Imagination of the Legion
For a number of
years, the Wlscon
awarded the con
cession of sein
ing German and
buffalo carp and
ot her "ro u gh
risl." fpi.tn ilonv.
ffc, 5N Pi er Dam lake to
ermen, who an
il null y gleaned
many francs by
selling their catch
In the city mar
kets. Then the Le
gion post stepped
Ynumnh, post com
mander, and William Lawrence, vice
commander of the Wisconsin depart
ment, organized the Legionnaires for
the purpose of circulating a petition
to obtain the fishing concession from
the conservation commission, with the
understanding that profits would be
used by the Legion In the construc
tion of a community building. More
than 0,000 persons signed the petition
and the commission granted the con
cession to the veterans.
The Legionnaires organized the ef
fort In a business-like manner. Ynu
'man took care of the formation of
seining crews and Lawrence made ar
rangements with New York and Chi
cago markets as well as local and
nearby merchants to sell the catch.
The post has more than ik'O members,
and everyone took some part in the
The post's report testifies to the suc
cess of the undertaking:
"We have sold up to the present
time it little over DO tons of buffalo
carp, which lias
netted us moro
than S7,r.00. In
cluding our equip
ment, which Is
as line ns any
fishing crew can
have," the report
stales. "We have
paid .S'J.OOt) to the
state and to our
who were local
boys and for the
most irnrt Legion
members, us high w- H- Lawrence,
as $1,000 a week In salaries, and
$1,000 to our local box factory.
"We sold many tons of llsh to local
consumers at n much lower price than
market quotations which pleased the
home peopl very much. We sold n
quantity of llsh In 100 .mil lots to
families, to be salt"d, snif'sed and
pickled for ".onie iu.. '
The Henvei Dam post hr 'he vnlled
support iu' the Conservation commis
sion in Its nnd rtnklng. iSnmo war
dens co-operated with all shlng
crews and assisted materially In the
success of the operation.
Ilccngri.zcd iu the leading commu
nity organization In the town, the post
has backed all worthy enterpriser i Its
large baud Is at the call of civic and
Won Legion Essay Prize.
Donald Lewis Campbell of Clinton.
In., won first prize In his state In the
American Legion's essay contest on the
subject, "How Can the American Le
gion Hest Serve the Nation?" The
young Iowan's essay has been for
warded to Legion national headquar
ters, where It will be Judged In com
petition with other state wlnncis for
national honors by a hoard composed
of John J. Tlgert, Fnlted States com
missioner of education ; F. F. Moore,
former national commlsKhuior of edu
cation, and S. S. McClure, the pub
lisher. The Legion gave Campbell a
medal. If he wins the national con
test, he will receive a scholarship of
$7."0 In any college or university.
Young Campbell wop first prlre In n
national essay contest In IOL'0 over
all other school children contestants on
the subject, "What Are the Henellts of
nu Fnllstment In the United States
Why, Certainly Not.
The Hoss Is It true that you leave
your typewriter and go when the clock
strikes live, even If you nre In the
middle of a word?
The Stenog Certainly not I When
It gets as near flvo as that I never be
gin a word ut all. American Legion
1 c- Pi
MMII W .V- I
Instant relief from
Saftlyl You cm tnJ the pin of corns, loons
minute. Dr. Sclioll's Zino-ptds will do it, for
tu:y remove the tautt Iriction-prriiure, and
hut the Irritation. Thus you avoid Infection
from cutting your corns or using corrosive
acids. TAin; sntneptici vrsttrprooi, Sites for
corns, csllouiri, bunions. (Jet a box today at
your druggist's or shoe dealer's.
Naie in Ike lihoraloritt of Th Stholl
Mft. Co., maitri of lit. SthoWl fool
Com Jot t Aft lid run, Arch Support!, tU.
Put one on the pain is gone!
Fhysicians advino keeping
the bowels open ns a safe
guard against Grippo or
"When you aro constipated,
not enough of Nature's
lubricating lioiid is pro.
duccd in tho bowel to keep
tho food waste soft and
moving. Doctors prescribe
Nujol because it acts liko
this natural lubricant and
thus secures regular bowel
movements by Nnture's own
method lubrication. t-
Nujol U n lubricnnt not as
mrdlclne or Inzntlve o
cannot trrlpc. Try It today.
A LUBRICANT-NOT A LAXATIVC
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney;
liver, bladder and uric add troub!es the
National Remedy of Holland since 1696.
Guaranteed. Three sizes, all druggists.
Look for the. nam Gold Medal on avery.
bog and accept no Imitation
AroLDTQDAY-00 tfT DELAY
Serum anil Vr-lnl,W
doing h:s best to conserve your
one line count for
The Cutter Laboratory
"I in i.anrattrj that KniwUhw"
Dcrkeley (U.S. License) California
Clears the Skin
and Keeps it Clear
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcuo 25c
color jour hair
urn eafely by
flfltr (Tnln, llw
storer. Safe to uso as water. Makes jou look young
l again. At all good Or ipnl&ts ! cents, or .llrecl
from IIKSSIO ELLIS, ClirtniHU. Memphis, Teon.
"Try to be content with your lot."
"Hut 1 have no lot? If I hud I
would put a house on It.'
In often caused by nn Inflamed condition
of tlio mucoiiH lining of the Eustachian
i Tubo. When thin tubo Iu inllamcd you
nave a rumbling Bound or Imperfect
lieurlntT. Unlena the Inltnmniatlon can
ue reduced, your heurlng may uo de
HALL'S CATAnWI MEDICINE will
i do what we claim for It rid your system
i of Catarrh or Deafness caused by
, Catarrh. HALL'S OATAIUtir MEDICINlfl
ima oeen nuvvi'sailil If, tno trcutmcnt of
Catarrh for over I uety Years.
Sold by nil drin-vjims.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Usually, the friend whom you would
lovo to help tremendously, never needs
To Insure gllstenlng-whlto tnblo
linens, use Ited Cross Hall Hlue In your
laundry. It never disappoints. At nil
good grocers. Advertisement.
Though good he good, yet better Is
Refreshes Weary Eyes
t Vfhon Ynnr T-u,- fi-rl Dull
arid Heavy, use hlutine. It ln
Makes them Clear, Uilal.t and
Sparkling, llatmlcss. SoU and
Recommended tr All Druggists.
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