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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Could Hardly Eat or Sleep Be
cause of Chronic Indigestion
Now Praises Tanlac.
TV. N. Hntchcr, 110 Luclle Ave,
Clrcenvlllo, S. ('., Is still smother who
luih realized tlie wonderful merits of
Tunliie. Mr. llntoliur lias been a mem
ber of (he (ireHivllle Police depart
ment f(ir thirty .veins and Is one of the
most etllelent and popular otllecrs on
the foree. In cnmmeiMlnK on his ox
perleaee with Tanlac Olllcer Uateher
"I Know many others, besides my-t-elf,
Taidae has helped and I am Kind
to speak out for It. I had suffered
roin uidlnestlon and ennstlt'itlon for
Mtiuethln); like fifteen years. I had
about renehed the point where 1 could
neither eat nor sleep, for every time 1
ate It hurt me and the misery kept me
awake at nlcht. I had lost enerny
and strength until when my day's
work was oer I would feel completely
"I now eat anything I want, always
have a line appetite, ami have gained
eight pounds, f am certainly thankful
to be able to enjoy a good meal once
more and not suffer afterwards. I
am Just like n new man and Tanlac
yets aU the credit."
Tiuilae Is for sale by nil good drug
gists. Over !l."i million bottles sold.
Red Tape at Its Highest.
Circumlocution In the civil service Ih
not always the result of the system.
A few weeks ago an olllclal In one
depaitment made an Inquiry about a
certain case to a subordinate olllclal
in another section who allowed the
matter to slide.
Last week the (list olllclal addressed
n complaint to the subordinate's su
perior and the superior passed on tlio
minute to the subordinate with the
tiery, "lias nothing been done?"
The minute was returned marked
"Yes" and was s;ut back to the sub
ordinate with a laconic "What?"
"Nothing," was the subordinate's
comment on the minute.
The Cutlcura Toilet Trio.
Having cleared your skin keep It clear
by making (mtlrura your everyday
toilet preparations. The Honp to cleanse
and purify, the Ointment to soothe and
heal, the Talcum to powderl nnd per
fume. No toilet table Is complete
without them. Advertisement.
Fancy Work Limit.
The other day a lCureka man In n
friendly chat with a neighbor, among
other things, asked him if his wife
did fancy work, "(ireat Scott," he
exclaimed, "she won't even let a por
ous plaster come Into the bouse with
out crocheting a red border around It
and running a yellow ribbon through
the holes." Kureka Herald.
The use of soft coal will make laun
dry work heavier this winter. Red
Cross Hall l'.lue will help to remove
that grimy look. ,At all grocers Ad
vertisement. Natural Course.
Pell "How long did your last cook
stay?" Moll "I think she left dur
ing the third course."
Ought to Be Happy.
"What Is an Ideal marriage?"
"When the man gels a treasure and
the woman gets a treasury."
"Hair Groom" Keeps Hair
Millions Use It Fine for Hair! Not
Sticky, Greasy or Smelly.
A few cents bnjs a Jar of "Hair
Groom" at any drug store. Even Htub
born, unruly or shampooed hair stays
combed all day in any style you like.
"Halr-Ciroom" Is a dlgnltled combing
cream which gives that natural gloss
and well-groomed effect to your hair
that final touch to good dress both In
business and on social occasions.
Grcaseless, stainless "Hair-Groom"
does not show on the hair becauso It
Is absorbed by the scalp, therefore
your hair remains so soft nnd plltiblo
and so natural that no one run uos-,
glbly tell you used It.
SK Keeps Hair
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
A Junior chamber of commerce to
irork In connection with the older or
ganization has been organlcd at Ileal,
Slles Hays, ()!), supposed to be I he old
est person In southeast NYhriikit, died
nt his borne at Table Hock after fifty
venrs residence In I'umnv county.
.ludge W. (!. Hastings of Omaha has
been appointed Judge of the district
court by iovernor I'ryan. The ap
pointment Is to take effect immediate
ly. Mistaking a can of gasoline for
water resulted In the serious burning
of Mrs. Van I'onet and the complete
destruction of the Conet home at New
JAMES R. DEAN
of Broken Bow, Associate Justice,
Nebraska Supreme Court.
llarly llobblns of Nebraska City had
several small bones of ids right foot
broken, when he dropped a. heavy
timber which he was carrying to a
Floyd llibllghtiier, a Comstock boy,
suffered a badly Injured hand nnd
singed hair, when lie removed the
shot froima loaded shell and touched
u match to the powder.
North Loup, with a total of fit) I car
loads of produce and livestock, shipped
from that city last year, claims to be
the biggest shipping center in the state
In proportion to its population.
Following out the wishes of the late
Charles Wooster, "Sage of Silver
Creek," his body was cremated and the
ashes scattered from the bridge over
Platte river, near his former home.
(if ring wnnts to entertain the next?
National (iuards encampment, and Is
making strenuous efforts to bring It
about. The camp site at that place
Is said to be exceptionally attractive.
Salem N making efforts lo hold a
county fair at that place this fall. The
old fair grounds, In ,M. several years)'" ' ' "l" '" ''"" "-v -"" ' "
ago, are still in good shape and oail "Tcnl will allow Sunday moMng pie.
he made available for use at small ! '""V ".,,m -,:,l !? ::0 " HTk-
Students of Crolghton Piilversity at I
Omaha, have rnl-ed among themselves'
tflfil.fil." toward the S'J.OOO.OOO goal set
by that Institution as an endowment ,
fund. The campaign to raise this
fund Is now on. '
Silks and niorclinndl.se amounting to
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Mclvlu mercantile s Ore at Melvln, In
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.1,1 III- 1 Wlllll.t, III.IIWII nil- MTIIUtl 1IIIP-
liery of the store during the month
mill tlilril f..i flu. mm. l
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II. W. P.ufflngton, who retired .Tnnu-
1 a ry I. with honors of being the oldest
I man in point of s(.Vlce at the Fre
l.tuoiii posiolllce, died suddenly from
heart failure. Ibin'ington carried mall ,
( in the business section for 2." years
up di last New Years.
S.se Phelps of Steele City won first i
,,,I,,,NJU "'"', "Vlt,,"u,U'' nnd Ml,r -
aret Strain of Hardin won the oral
and written prizes In spelling at a
mniest held at Fail bury under the
supervision of Ka Shuman, county
superintendent. There were sixteen
registered for each contest.
Morris Horsky, ', a Nebraska boy,
was fatally Injured at Los Angeles
when he fell eight stories while clean
ing the walls of a large building.
Devil's Slide, a dangerous point at
.i rallroud crossing bet ween Aurora
and Central City, Is to lie eliminated,
arrangements for the work having
heen made by the county board and
William Itleh, under arrest in an
eastern city as a criminal suspect, is
said to'hnvo confessed to the slaying
of Charles Self ken and his son Itobert,
in a robbery at the Nicholas oil sta
tion at Omaha In Ma. last year.
i'uiiiii-i-iiiiii uiui me inn icsuvai
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..ogruu. nex, an. iiuuoomr win '' -
mine nil- M'liii.i eiiie iilliui oi us eisi
once us an incorporated owu. i
Charles II. Stowell, seventj -eight,
years old, founder of the town of
Francis, Neb. oldest Mason in lloltj
fountj niiiTfor thirty conseciilhe .veins
post muster, Is dead at Chambers. i
Mrs. Pansy Hryan of Lincoln, who
sued n packing company of that place ,
for ifo.OOO for Injuries received when
an angry cow slipped Its moorings '
and ran amuck on the streets, has'
settled the matter out of court, the!
company agreeing to allow her $2,(100. i
CHRISTIAN WELFARE UNION.
Not Charity, but a Helping Hand It
Extended to the Needy Christian
in Character, United In Effort.
The National Christian Welfare
Union of Omaha was Incorporated to
seek n Christian solution for humani
ty's needs. First, their health 'if Im
paired; second, education if neglected ;
third, morals If loose; fourth, recrea
tion If necessary; fifth, n home If they
have none; sixth, environment If
wrong, through I he direction and
guidance of Hie ('lii-illim forces In
each and every community throughout
From ilie Inception of the organba
Hon, In ltrM, the promolers had wvli
fixed delinatf objectives, growing out
of a knowledge gained by tin; uia.iy
years spent In Christian and welfare
work. The first of these objectives
was a Home In which to give tem
porary care to welfare eases, hence
last November was begun the con
struction of u modern, perfectly adap
ted lioti-e, provided with a large living
room, a spacious dining room, a con
venient kitchen, and ample bedrooms,
over a light airy full basemen;.
The building Is now about completed
and ready to be furnished. Besides
the regular furniture required In
every home, there is yet need for
single beds, miittreseH, bed pro:uK
pillows (small), tablecloths for it' ten
foot table, napkin, hand lowcN, tea
towels, silverware, dishes and cooking
utensils for a family of twelve.
The slate senate killed movie censor
.ship ill Nebraska b.v a ote of 1'J to 1M,
A pig club has heen organize I by
the boys of (he Webster-Scrlliner
A Nebraska poultry llrm has ship
ped 1 10,000 cases of eggs to Fngland,
Scotland, Cuba, and Mexico during
the last six mouths,
Kdward Krus-e. 1'-', was shot and
seriously wounded by a rllle In the
hands of IVurl Shaw, II, with whom
lie was playing near his home at Co
lumbus. Federal authorities are receiving
complaints of many violations of the
game laws regarding the slaying of
migratory ducks and geese, by hunt-i
ers over Hie stale.
Fifteen tractors and twenty auto
mobles were leiro,ved, with an es
timated loss of over .SIO.tKM), In a tire
that consumed the ltunier Motor com
pun.v's garage at Alliance.
Or.' P. L. Hall, 711, president of Hie
Central National bank of Lincoln and
prominent In political circles in Ne
braska for many years, is dead fol
lowing an Illness of -J) hours. Death
was due to apoplexy.
The Uev. Charles K. Wellerwho
has been rictor of St. Andrew's Kpls
copal church at Scnttshluff for the
past two years, Uih resigned, olVectlve
April 10. He will go to Knlil, okla.;
where he recently spent two months
for his health.
Sugar has advanced nearly s2 a
bundled since last December, and .SI
since a year ago this month, according
to figures by the state board of con
trol, which Is closing bids for the
iuarterly food supplies of the yeven
teen state Institutions.
A partial repeal of the Sunday clos
ing ordinance at that place, was maile
by a unanimous ote of the Nellgh
city council following the presentation
i oe iiici i nil I r.. n. mieiietui, wen
known resident of Cairo in Hall county,
Is seventy-one years old did not pre
vent him when lire broke out on his
roof from climbing a bidder and extlu.
gulshlng the blaze by means of water
carried In buckets.
.Mrs. I'mma It. Manchester, for many
years supreme guardian of the Wood-
man circle, the Women's Auxiliary of
., . , .... ... , , , ,
the Woodmen ol the World, and who
home of her
dead at tin
, , , . ,
(lilllpllll'l ill l.llll'lllll
Nominees of Senator NorrN for ml.
mission to West Point have been an
nounced as follows: Douglas K. Han
sen, Itloomllebl, Neb., principal ; John
F. SutclltTe, !171." Leavenworth street
Omaha, tlrst alternate; Steen Castle,
Ashby, Neb., second alternate.
The last sp( of the old days in the
i Nebraska City lire department, before
,,M, I(lvilt of ,,, ,. ,.,, tpm.k
has disappeared. The old lire team,
Duke and Dan, which drew the hook
and ladder truck for more than lift con
years, have been sent to the loiintry
to end their days of past usefulness.
A County Hoys' and Girls' Sow and
Litter club has been organized nt
Waterloo, with nine charier members.
The family of Uoprcsontative II. S.
Keck-, democrat and farmer from
Stromsburg, Polk county, tops the list
of families of members of the slate
legislature with nine members, eleven
all told, counting Mr. nnd Mrs. Keck.
I The legislative committee on slate
Institutions lias voted to recommenj)ji
, for passage a hill authorizing tlio
' transfer of the material in the old
state capltol to the penitentiary, to be
used in buildings to house i.ew In
i dustrles there.
'em. vllt.ur,. nf viuL.,
"" - '
, (mmy !, uitikinK pliis for llu lutnthf
tlnn of a water ami sewage svsteui.
Potato growers of the Plalte valley
arc taking a stand against what they
brand as a discriminatory rate of 2(1
cents a hundred made to growers of
Ftali, Colorado, Idaho and other west
ern points, In competition with the
Yeggs, believed to be members of a
professional gang, swooped dow n on
the towns of Salem and Shubert, In
.southeastern Nebraska, and robbed
four stores, cracking the safes In two
stoies at Salem.
(Copy for Tills Detnirlinrnt Pupntled -ty
the American I.pkIoii News Service,)
BEAUTY IN LEGION PAGEANT
Mls9 Gladys Hicks, Louisville, as Mlai
Columbia, Wins by Fifty Thou.
Trim, piquant, lovatlo, little Miss
Oladys Hicks, voted the most beauti
ful girl In Louisville, attracted the
eye of the artistic, as well as the lay
world, when she appeared recently in
the AmcricnnLegion pageant accom
panying the presentation of the pa
triotic lllm, "The Man Without a Coun
try." Legion posts of Louisville In con
junction with a local newspaper con
ducted the contest and several hnn
dred thousand votes were cast. Miss
Hicks won by some fiO.OOO. after her
Miss Gladys Hicks.
photograph and those of other entrants
were published. For n week thereaft
er she posed as Miss Columbia In the
Legion men's tableau of America.
Of course, letters by the thousands
came to Miss Hicks following her leap
to fame, and offers of matrimony were
ns numerous as mulberries In August.
Stage and screen managers also ret
ognlzed In Miss Hicks' features an op- .
peal that might become widespread,
and she received several fluttering of
fers. One manager, of undoubted
financial standing, made a flat offer of
$H.',000 a -year for four years. How- j
ever, the queen of beauty, In a city j
ever renowned for Its fair women, has
to date refused all offers.
VERY BUSY AUXILIARY UNIT
Minnesota Department Distinguishes
Itself In Activity In Behalf of the
Wounded and Others.
Minnesota department of the Ameri
can Legion auxiliary Is again at the
front with Its distinctiveness. One. lit
tle unit, auxiliary to Hutchinson post.
No. Of!, hns particularly distinguished
Itselt In activity recently.
A short chronlclo of the activities of
the unit follows:
Twenty-four pairs of paJumaH were
recently contributed to one of the hos
pitals, the work of the members. All
sick soldiers were kept supplied with
' flowers; $2T0 was cleared at a circus
i given under the auspices of the mix-
lllnry; a poppy sale netted the unit
$2:i7.r0j two flags were purchased for
the Legion post and one for the unit;
when the forty and eight conducted
their Initiation, the auxiliary gave a
banquet, with a $15 profit. This was
sent ns a contribution to Doctor Helen
Hellscher's welfare fund.
The unit has been very active In
charity work; two needy families have
' b,pe" luk?n ''arV1,f ,,nn?c,u ' ""'' ,
eIn,1-V " t'",HP ",T' i' LTi" r'"V.
I "osu1 of nt " !r?,U,f f1,8,'-0- T1
money was used In furnishing a room
In the new community hospital at
Hutchinson, On CJirlstmas, -IS boxes
tilled with personal gifts were sent
to the disabled soldiers of Minnesota
by the unit, also 12 pairs of pajamns.
Three families were made comfort
able and hnppy at Yuletlde, by the
Hutchinson auxiliary members. Work
never stops with this unit, which Is at
all times progressive.
Awards to 3,904 Veterans.
Joseph Sparks, chairman of the na
tional rehabilitation committee of the
American Legion, has announced that
the "bedside cleanup" Inaugurated re
cently In United Htnte Veterans' bu
reau hospitals by the Legion In con
Junction with the Veterans bureau
has resulted In awards being made to
1,001 disabled veterans of the World
war. Checks for the amounts duo un
der tlio awards have already been
mulled to tlio bureau.
Wt IffMwuMVW' -;ifrjyWBMjBBBSSTf
INTERESTED IN WORLD PEACE
H. Nelson Jackson, Vermont, Ono of
Legion Men Presenting Program
I to President Harding.
II. Nelson Jnckson of Huntington,
Vt., Is ono of the prominent Ameri
can Legion representatives In Its re
lations with veterans' organizations
of other countries. Mr. Jackson Is vlco
president of tins Interallied Veterans'
association, composed of societies of
ex-llghtcrs In eight allied countries.
Kcrently, Mr. Jackson, with other
Legion represenlatUes, submitted to
President Harding a program leading
toward world peace, recommended by
the International veterans' organiza
tion at Its last convention held In New
Horn In lturlingiou, Mr. Jackson was
graduated from the public schools and
the University of Vermont. Follow.
Ing his graduation, he entered the prac
the of medicine In Hurllugton. In 1000,
falling health caused his retirement
from professional activities, and lie en
tered in a series of extensive travel In
continental Kurope. Continuing in Ills
qucfet of health, Doctor Jackson look
up motoring In KM)!!, when the automo
bile was In Its early stages of develop
ment. He was the first man to no
romplish the dllllcult trip across the
American continent by automobile
making the journey in (111 days. After
ward he went to Mexico.
From the beginning of the World
war, his Interest was on the side
f tlio allies. When Theodore Hoose
relt offered to raise a volunteer ill
usion and to lead It against the tier
mans, Doctor Jackson, on Colonel
Uoosevelt's personal reipicst, guaran
eed a regiment of cavalry from Ver
mont. On America's entrance Into tlio
.vur, Doctor Jackson was refused en
Istniftit for uctlve combat service on
iccount of his age. Volunteering
diereafter In the medical corps, he
rvnn commissioned a tlr.-t lieutenant,
fie reached the front line trenches a
major In 1018, and was wounded three
times In the capture of Mont Faucon.
For his heroism on the Held of battle,
no received the Distinguished Service
Cross, tiiL. Croix de (iuerre, and the
.lecoratlon of Chevalier of the Legion
A leader In American Legion affairs
In Vermont, Doctor Jackson obtained
national distinction among ex-survlc
men, ami served the Legion as a na
tional vice commander In 1021-102'J.
K. C. PROVIDES $50,000 FUND
Organization Turns Over Large Sum
to Legion to Aid Tubercular Vet
erans in Southwest.
Tubercular ex-service men are flock
ng by the thousands to the states of
where they hope
to find the prom
ised land of con
valesce u c e, a c
cordlng to Claude
J. Harris, director
ivf the American
Mr. Harris, with
William J. Mc
secretary of tlio
Knights of Co
lumbus, has com
Claude J. Harris.
pleted a survey of conditions among
tubercular veterans In a number of
states, which has resulted In the allot
ment of a fund of .S.ri0,000 by tliu
Knights of Columbus to the Legion to
relieve the situation.
"Our survey showed that the former
flghtws, who are migrating to Colo
rado, California and other states, are
oftentimes In destitute circumstance!),"
Mr. Harris stated. "In many Instances
they hnve brought their families with
them. Legion posts and charitable or
ganizations are attempting to provide
for tlio veterans, but their number lias
kicronsod to such an extent that theso
organizations are unable to care for
a large percentage of veterans."
The Legion will administer the fund
authorized by the Knights of Colum
bus In the communities where the
problem Is the heaviest, according to
Mr. Harris, who stated that the fund
will relievo many ex-llghters who
have developed tuberculosis since the
war. A great many of these men are
ineligible for eompensiitlon from the
United States Veterans' bureau be
cause their disability developed at a
period later than two years from time
of discharge, the bureau's time limit
for compensation In cases of pulmon
GIRL, LEGION POST ADJUTANT
Miss H. C. Hllden, Cleveland, Is Hon-
ored by the Shupe Machine
Wounded veternns In the hospitals
of France learned to submit to the
rule of the weak
er sex as repre
sented by members
of the army nurse
of the Shupe Ma
chine Gun post at
Cleveland are now
bossed by Miss
II. C. Hlldun, a
former nurse, who
has recently been
elected post adju
tant. Miss Hllden tins
taken a crent In
Miss H. C. Hllden.
terest In tlio various activities of tho
post. Sim has been specially Inter
ested In the relief of disabled ex
service men and of other sick nnd
In n recent membership campaign,
Miss Hllden led her post to victory.
fi After Every Meal
Fl I III! I llll I.IWI I l.t.1.
Top off each meal
with a bi of
sweet in the form
It satisfies the
sweet tooth anl
Idr Jill Beaten
Listening to Conscience.
We bound not only to follow our
conscience, but to have a right con
science to follow; and to follow It, not
js olio follows the beast he drives, but
ns -ftie soldier follows his commander.
ltev. Augustus II. Strong, D.I).
Some men go through life with un
diminished faith In their fellowmen,
nnd some sign notes.
Chas. E. Backus
Health is the Most Valu
able Asset You Have
Kcwago, Mich "Some years ago I
was troubled with dizziness, palpita
tion, loss of appetite and sore nnd pain
ful stomach. I tried the best physicians
1 could hear of, and also several put-up
medicines, but nothing did mc any
pood. Some physicians said it was my
heart; some said it was my stomach;
while others said it was my nerves. I
pot so bad I could not work very stead
ily, when a friend came to sec me and
insisted upon my trying Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. I was dis
couraged, but; tried it anyway, and
after taking the second bottle I felt
much better. I then bought sfx lottlc3
and I believe tiic 'Discovery' saved my
life. It was rightfully named 'Golden
Medical Discovery.' I would recom
mend it to all who need such a medi
cine. Chas E. Backus. fc
'All druggists, tablets or liquid; or
send l()c to Ur. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel
in Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial pkg.
There are scores
of reasons why
"Vairlino" Petroleum Jelly slinuld ln
iircounteil a household mutntny. A
few of them nre burns, soroa.blLMtiTH,
I'Utn. It cornea in bottles-at all drug
gists anil general stores.
ClirShDKOUfill MANUFACTURING CO.
Slatf Slttrl New Yolk
httauit titi Att fri0 snd ifairvmui
Life is a burden when the body
is racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted.
To bring bad; the sunshine take
MAADl cm ftn
The nationnl rtmedy of Holland for over
200 years; it is an enemy of nil pains re.
suiting from kidney, liver nnd uric acid
troubles. All drucgists, three sizes, a
Look for the nam Colli Medal on otry
box and accept no Initiation
n Se Ihe, v
ntmsSiSSi ..&. v Shrams
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