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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
SONG OF LEGION AUXILIARY
ren Cry for
COULD HARDLY EAT ANYTHING UNTH HE USED
rlEIQHIOrlt FOUND IT A WONDERFUL MEDICINE
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MOTHER:- Fletcher's Castoria is especially prepcred to rc
licve Infants from one month old to Guldren all ages of Consti
pation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allayius: Fcvcrish
ncss arising therefrom, and, by regulating tlie Stomach and
Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving natural sleep.
To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of v!&sVv&&U
Absolutely Harmless Np Opiates. Physicians cvcrywlioni rocotmnend it
Some members of the British navy
got extra pay for "hard lying." This
has nothing to do with spying or other
Intelligence work or conducting visi
tors over the fleet or writing reports,
as might lie surmised. It refers to the
dllllcultles of sleeping In a nasty little
torpedo boat or similar craft which
has not space enough to swing a com
fortable hnmmock. The men had to
sleep on hard decks and compensation
was awarded In addition to ordinary
pay. In future all engaged In subma
rine work are to have an additional
allowance, according to n recent ad
London's annual dish of meat Is
uboiit -100.000 tons.
The All-Year Car
Chevrolet Is leading In the great shift of public demand to
closed cars because this company has the world's largest
facilities for manufacturing high-grade closed bodies and
is therefore able to offer sedans, coupes and scdancttcs at
prices within easy reach of the average American family.
Six large body plants adjoining Chevrolet assembly plants
enable us to make prompt deliveries of the much wanted
As soon as you realize that your transportation require
ments demand the year 'round, all-weather closed car, see
Chevrolet first and learn how fully we can meet your
requirements at the lowest cost obtainable in a modern,
high-grade closed automobile.
Prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich.
Two-Pass, nondstcr . . 5510
Flve-1'nsa. Touring . . 525
Two-Pass. Utility Coupo 680
Four-1'uss, Sedamttu , 850
Dealers and Service Stations Everywhere
Chevrolet Motor Company
Division of General Motors Corporation
The professor in mathemntlcs looked
over the first few errors In the stu
dent's multiplication problems.
"Mr. Sparpendyke," he said, "I see
you make 0x7 equal 71." ,
"Professor, I did that sum hastily,
"I see I see. Proving that fools
multiply rapidly." IMchtnond Times
Ispatch. Mother herring lays about 50,000
,b'gs at one time.
Tirst English stamp was black.
For a light, sweet
dough set ycur
sponge tonight with
"Qood bread is the pride
of the thrifty bride"
The wife who
is a good bread
maker is a real
helpmate for the
Send for free booklet
"The Art of Baking Bread"
Laughter drowns sorrow. Thcro
ought to be slwjie where It Is sold at
It is easier for tba uvorage man to
draw tlu lino than It la for him not
to step over It.
The war Iwis modo table linen very
valuable The use of lted Cross Hall
Blu -will tidd to Its wearing qualities.
Use It and see. All grocers. Adver
Mou women snsrx'ct there is some
mischief on tap every time their hus
An elephant will eat -'00 pounds of
hay n day.
for Every Family
Flve-Prtss. Sedan . . . $860
Llftlit Delivery . ... 510
Commercial Clmvil . , 425
Utility Express Truck Clmsli 575
Running A-Mokc. ,
Mandy Howdy, Mstnh; I saw yo'
liusbun' down de road a ways an' lio
was all tore up! What happened to
Usa I happened to him. Dat's
what ! He ain't done a stroke of work
fo' six months an' he came Into do
house n-slnglni: a chime an' wif n
flower in his buttonhole an' wanted to
know why de debbll his dlnnah wasn't
ready ! De worm will turn, slstah 1 Do
worm will turn. Life.
Itecords show that but few vegeta
rlnns marry grass widows.
Northwestern Yeast Co.
1730 North Ashland Ave.
it'opy for This Department Supplied bj
the American I-Klott News Hcrvlce.)
COMRADESHIP SPIRIT SHOWN
Minnesota Veteran Receives Wallet
Lost During War and Found by
The spirit of comradeship between
soldiers of the allied armlet of the
World war, as demonstrated by th
formation of the Interallied Veterans
association, of which the American
Legion Is a member body, has been
shown In a number of Instances.
One of the most Interesting exam
ples of this friendly feeling between
comrades was revealed In the llndlnjj
of the personal wallet of 1'rancls M
Kills a veteran of St. James, Minn,
by Ilert O'oeke of London, a former
:ills served with Co. M.. M.lth In
font ry, toward the close of the war
and was moving up with his company
when the (iertnans were turning back
through Belgium. He lost his wallet,
together with his registration card and
other pergonal memoranda on the trip.
Recently he received a letter from
I'.ert Goeko. under a Loudon date line.
The noto read:
"I am sending you this wallet which
1 believe to be your property. I trust
It finds you alive and In the hct of
hoi'Ult after the terrible strife we hao
"I don't know If you recollect travel
ing In some box cars through P.elglum
In the latter end of V.MS. I. myself,
being wounded on the Ypres front,
was. after a week or two, discharged
from n dressing station and posted as
a temporary guard on Vlamuetlnghu
siding, where your train was unloaded.
On finding your wallet. It has been
my ambition since to forward It to
you. 1 am Inclosing a photo of myself.
Possibly you saw mo while your regi
ment was passing my post. . . .
Trusting you will drop me a line, I
am, yours sincerely. Iiert Oocke."
TO FORM SPARTANAIRE CLUB
Organization to Give American Boya
Character Training, Buslneso Man.
agement and Salesmanship.
The American I.ifclon Weekly tins
formulated plans for the organization
of a national boys' club, bused on the
tradition of the endurance of the Spar
tan boys, to give to .voting Americans
n opportunity In character training,
business management and salesman
ship. The organlatlou is called the
The following points hnvo been
Adopted as the code of theSpartanalre:
1. The Spartanalre puts his whole
Vnrt Into everything he does: he
ttrlves to bo 100 per cent American.
2. He Is proud of everything he accom--Ilshes;
but nevqr brags or gloats over
!is success. II. He Is a good sports
man and knows how to lose without
Thlnlng; he never makes the same
tilstake twice. 4. lie plays square
and fair In everything he docs; his
word Is absolute. f. Ills name Is like
a trademark; if he says or does any
thing, his friends know he is right. 0.
lie studies his mistakes so that he wlh
turn them Into victories next time. 7.
He does not believe that he Is all-perfect;
but he knows that he Is nearer
to It today than he was yesterday. 8.
He Is always learning something thnt
will be of value to him when ho grows
older. J). He gets a fell day's value i
work', play and rest In every 21 hours.
10. He is never selfish and Is always
ready to help others. 11. He Is true
blue and his friends are proud of his
friendship. 12. lie Is n Srsirtnnalre
and he slicks to everything he under
takes. HOSPITAL AT CAMP CUSTER
New Institution Will Have Thirty
Duildlr.Qs Spread Over Tract
of 500 Acres.
Plans have been drawn for the con
struction by the federal government of
u million and a half dollar hospital for
former service men suffering from
nervous and inentnl diseases on the
site of the Camp Custer cuntotiment.
The hohpltal will have thirty buildings
spread over a tract of 500 acres. It la
one of llvo for which congress appro
The government hospital will have
facilities for the treatment of riOO pa
tients. It will bo built around a com
rnodlous two-story stnuture, winged
with general wards on one side and
wards for "disturbed" patients on tho
other. At one end of the hospltnl
group will be located the cottage for
tubercular patients, equipped with
steeping porches and the most modern
methods of treating this disease.
There Is a group of buildings for
"continued treatment" ciih-r. contain
ing large day rooms on the first lloor
with wards above. Three separate
buildings will provide accommodation1!
for nurses, female attendants nnd malo
attendants. There will be separate
structures for tho vocational training
shops, garage nnd repair shops.
Has Uniformed Legion Band.
Brockton. Mass., Anierlcivn Legion
niombeis claim to hnve the only unb
formed Legion band In tho state.
Twenty-eight musicians, all Legion
naires, compose the band. Nearly W
per cent of them are overseus men.
"The Call of the Flag," Given tc
Organization by Author, Used In
Americanism Campaign, '
The patriotic appeal of the song,
"The fall of the Flag," Is to become
one of the factors of the Americanism
campaign which is belli;; waged by the
American Legion Auxiliary. This
song, which has been adopted by the ,
Auxiliary as Its olllchil composition. I
has a stirring air nnd possesses wonN I
which create a high enthusiasm among ,
the hearers. The song was llrst heard
by Legionnaires and Auxiliary mem- i
hers at the New Orleans convention,
where It rovolwd the olllclal endorse
ment of the Auxiliary.
Mrs. Madge King Johnston, national
vice-president and chairman of the
Americanism committee of the Aull
Jury, plans to make wide ile of the
olllclal song In the work which Is be
ing undertaken by the Auxiliary along
the lines of Americanism. The song
Is now being distributed by the na
tional organization of the Auxiliary
through Its departments and local
units. Recent popularization of the
song has bec assisted by broadcast
ing from varions radio stations
throughout the country, particularly
Ats. Madge King Johnston.
on 'w.e patriotic holiday, when It was
mad a part of a special program.
Other ways of putting the composi
tion before the public are being urged
by Mrs. Johnston mid through her ef
forts and those of other members of
the committee, local units of the Aux
iliary have received the endorsement
of many civic, patriotic and fraternal
organizations throughout the nation
for the new song.
Mrs. L. D. West felt of Now Orlenns,
who composed the song, turned over
Iho plates, rights nnd arrangements
for publication of future edIUons ta
the women of the Auxiliary. She ad
winced considerable money for tho In
itial work, but freely gave this. Word
lias Jnst been received by Mrs. John
ston from New Orleans telling of Mrs.
Wostfelfs death shortly after landing
from a trip to Kgypt and tho Medi
A letter received by Mrs. Johnston
told of her pleasure at returning home,
and of her Intense Interest In the prog
ress of the song. Mrs. Johnston, In a
message to national headquarters of
the Auxiliary says: "We will now feel
that our work Is a sacred obligation
bequeathed to us In fulfilling her de
sires to aid the boys In this way."
Tito Kong may be obtained In sheet
music form, orchestrations, bund ar
rangements and on player piano rolls.
All rights to the composition have
been relinquished by the composer vt
FORD HOSPITAL DOORS OPEN
Detroit Inctltutlon to Admit Disabled
Var Veterans Who Are In Need
A personnl plea from Alvln Owsley,
national commander of the American
Legion, to Henry Ford has resulted In
hospitalization for .'!00 disabled war
veterans of Michigan.
Ford has agreed to throw open the
doors oi ins nig nospmii in in-iron m i
every disabled ex-service man anil
woman In the state, following Com
mander" Owsley's statement of the
hopeless fight tie Michigan veterans
were making because the government
failed to simplify the formal proced
iipo through which applicants for hos
pitalization are forced to go and which
hns resulted In long delay in obtninlng
relief for the war fighters.
After hearing the Legion head's ap
peal, Mr. Ford Immediately Instructed
the superintendent of the Henry Ford
hospital to receive at once any man in
need of hospital treatment who could
produce proof of war service. The
Ford hospital covers 20 acres In tho
heart of Detroit. It was used as United
States general hospital No. 80 during
and e.fter the war.
IsVEu ft KV&BBat9UGSBBBSaE3t'r
? taVfv i -
Form Unlt3 of "Polar Dears."
Members of the detachtaent of
American troops which served in Rus
sia during the World war uro forming '
units of the "Polar Hears." These men
Include n number of prominent Legion
naires who were on duty In the frozen
north while their comrades wero In
France. They find much to tall: about,
according to reports of their meetings.
Hard tack nt S10, cigarettes at $2.fi0 a
package, nights In "pup" tents with
the thermometer lllrting around f0 be
lowthese are among the topics of the
former membora of the A. K. F. In
llussla. Units of the organization
have been formed la Chicago and in
Erring but Polltlo Husband.
Mrs. Wish At last I huvo found
you out. You wero seen lllrting with a
woman yesterday 1
Mr. Wish It was my mistake. She
had on a hat exactly like yours. Come
with mo and buy an exclusive Paris
hat. 1 don't want to bo embarrassed
nguln. Loudon Answers.
Important to All Women
Readers of This Paper
Thounnndu upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing clso but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease
If tho kidneys nro not in a healthy con
dition, thoy may caueo tho .other organs
to become dioeaFcd.
You may suffer pain in tho back, head
acho and low of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irri
table nnd maybo despondent; it makes
any one fo.
Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Bwamp-Root, by rcstorinR health
to the kidneys, proved to be just tho
remedy needed to overcome such condi
tinny. Iany fend for a sample bottle to bco
what Swamp-Root, tho great kidney, liver
and bladder medlcino, will do for them. By
enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., you may receive sam
ple pize bottle by parcel post. You enn
purchase mediuw nnd largo siro bottles at
all drug stores. Advertisement.
Judging From Results.
He "That play I saw last night
made me think." She "One of those
miracle plays, I suppose."
D I ceo very by Sclenco Has
Pills nnd snits givo temporary relief
from constipation only nt tho expenso
of permnnent Injury, says an eminent
Sclenco hns found n newer, better
way a means as slmplo as Naturo It
self. In perfect henlth n nnturnl lubricant
keeps the food wqste soft nnd moving.
But when constipntlon exists this
nntural lubricnnt is not BuUlcfent.
Doctors prescribe Nujol because It
acts llko this nntural lubricant and
thus secures regjilar bowel movements
by Nature's own method lubrication.
As Nujol Is not n medlcino or laxn
tlvo, It cannot gripe and, like puro
water, It Is harmless and pleasant.
Nujol Is used in leading hospitals.
Get n bottlo from your druggist
Walter "Haven't you forgotten
something, sir?" Ilestaurant Patron
"More than you ever knew."
"Shall wo sit hero and talk?"
"No, thanks, I am so tired. Let us
When n mini Is working for himself
he doesn't hnve to employ n time
Black - Tan
It's easy to shine with the Home
bbmXbIbI" ...if MM
ii' . I illiiaTiaiilMl
I wm wf 1 and Utm) and cmM hardlr rat anything until I
duiI ru-na. Hootnny appetite wi ftcxxi nii nijruirfiuoti
etnrrvrl. I teld my nflghliora and ernrroMof thra fosnit
It womlnrful tnf.illclno You ran almya get a doto cf
l'ora-D at inj toun no matter nut ths ar fix."
MB. T. N, WAfunttin,
Catarrh of tho Btomach nnd bowoh) is among
tho many forma of catarrhal dlseasen from
which n largo number of, people needlessly
on (Tor. Fifty years of usefulness is tho guar
Tablets or Liquid Sold Everyvitisre
Enormous Electrical Power.
Bavarian engineers are building n
tunnel tinder tho Alps, to divert pnrt
of the Isar river Into Wnlchen lnko
for an mormons hydro-electric plunt.
When completed the work, which Is
well under way, will furnish enough!
electrlcnl power for All t)ie Bnvarlnn
railways, Industrial' plants nnd city
254 AND 754 PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
No skin break too small
Be very wary of cuts, scratches
and skin abrasions, no matter
howslieht. "Vaseline" Carbol
ated Petroleum Jelly applied
at once lessens the possibility
It comes in bottles
at all druggists and
State St. N err York
Ewry "VaitUnt" froduct l Tcom
mtminl vryurr brfiui of its abt
lute purity and tlltctlientu.
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One cizc smaller and walk in comfort
by using Allan's Foot-Base, the
antiseptic, healing powder for the feet
Shaken into the shoes Allen's Foot
Ease makes tight or new shoes feel
easy; gives instant relief to corns, bunions
and callouses; prevents Blisters, Callous
and Sore Spots and gives rest to tired,
aching, swollen feet 1,500,000 pounds of
powder for the feet were used by our
Army and Navy during the War. Sold
everywhere. For Free Sample and a
Foot-Ease Walking Doll, address
Allen's Foot-Ease, Le Roy, N. Y.
W. N. U LINCOLN, NO. 24--1923.
During courtship a man ncuulrcs if
lot of good liablis that he has no use
for after marriage.
Ited tape is one of tho disguises by
which Inelllclent officialdom seeks to
Many a golden opportunity has been
wrecked for want of a genius to throw
Quickly and easily cleans
steel knives and forks.
Removes stains, grime
and grease. Use it for
pots and pans, aluminum
and all kitchenware.
Avoid Substitutes, tho name
is on the package.
Blue Band Silver Wrapper.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO.,
NEW YORK U.S.A.
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IK-i .jySn "lyHI
White - Ox-Blood - Brown
SlUNOlA and the Shinola Homo Set
should be in every home. Every member o(
the family can use it for it gives the quick
easy shine. The shine that preserves leather
and resists weather. SlUNOlA in the handy
opening box with the key.
Sel. "The Shine for Mine"
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