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A trial package of Munyon's Pavr Paw
Pills will be ecnt free to anyone on re
quest. Address Professor Munyon , 53d &
Jefferson Sts. , Philadelphia , Pa. If you are
in need of medical advice , do not fail to
write Professor Munyon. Your communi
cation will be treated in strict confidence ,
and j'our case -will be diagnosed as care
fully as though you had a personal inter
llunyon'9 Paw Paw Pills are unlike
all other laxatives or cathartics. They
coax the liver into activity by gentle
methods. They do not scour , they do
not gripe , they do not weakeri , but they
do start all the secretions of the liver
and stomach in a way that foon puta
these organs ina healthy condition and
corrects constipation. In my opinion
constipation is responsible for most ail
ments. There are 26 feet of human
"bowels , which is really a sewer pipe.
iWhen this pipe becomes clogged the
whole system becomes poisoned , caus
ing biliousness , indigestion and impure
blood , which often produce rheumatism
and kidney ailments. No woman who
suffers with constipation or any liver
eilment can expect to have a clear
complexion or enjoy good health. If
! had my way -would prohibit the sale
of nine-tenths of the cathartics that are
now being sold for the reason that they
soon destroy the lining of the stomach ,
setting up serious forms of indigestion ,
and so paralyze the bowels that they re
fuse to act unless forced by strong
Mmryon's Paw Paw Pills are a tonic
to the stomach , liver aud nerves. They
invigorate instead of weaken ; they en
rich the blood instead of impoverish
it ; they enable the stomach to get all
the nourishment from food that is put
These pills contain no calomel , no
dope ; they arc soothing , healing and
stimulating. They school the bowels
to act without physic.
Regular size bottle , containing 45 pills ,
25 cents. Munyon's Laboratory , 53d &
Jefferson Sts. , Philadelphia.
PUT YOUTH ON HIS GUARD
Evidently Recital of Romance Long
Passed Made No Appeal to His
"Charles , " said a sharp-voiced wom
an to her husband in a railway car
riage , "do you know that you and I
once had a romance in a railway car
riage ? "
"Never beard of it , " replied Charles
Jn a subdued tone.
"I thought you hadn't ; but don't you
remember , it was that pair of slippers
I presented to you the Christmas be
fore we were married that led to our
union ? You remember how nicely
they fitted , don't you ? Well , Charles ,
one day when we were going to a pic
nic you had your feet upon a seat ,
and when you were'not looking I took
your measure. But for that pair of
slippers I don't believe we'd have ever-
teen married. "
A young unmarried man sitting by
Immediately took down his feet from
the seat. Ideas Magazine.
Truth a Trouble Maker.
A West Philadelphia man and his
wife have separated. None of their
friends know why , but one , being curi
ous , asked the husband :
"What was the trouble between you
and your wife ? "
"O , nothing much. She bought a
new hat for $20 and asked me what I
thought of it. And I told her. That's
\ The Heart
To see how the little
Sweet , crisp bits of pearly
white com , rolled and
toasted to an appetizing
"The Memory Lingers"
POSTUM CEREAL CO. , Ltd. ,
Battle Creek , Mich.
ALL OVER NUBKASKA
Snow Will Aid Wheat.
Hall County. Farmers in Hall
county are hopeful that the recent
wet snow , which fell without an ac
companying freeze , will do much to
restore the condition of wheat. The
crop had suffered greatly from the
prolonged dry spell and severe winds.
Spelling Contests On. '
Phelps County. Phelps county
schools are/having a se'ries of spell
ing contests Each township will
send its two best spellers to a county
spelling contest , which w'ill be held
in Holdrege April 29. A great deal
of interest is being shown by the
pupils and patrons of the schools.
Platte Valley Reunion in August.
Merriclc County. The officers of
the Piatte Valley District Reunion
association of the Grand Army of the
Republic met in Central City , set the
date for the holding of the next an
nual reunion and transacted a con
siderable amount of business. The
date of the reunion is fixed as Au
gust 7 to 11 , inclusive.
Safe Blown at Northport.
Morill County. Burglars entered
the branch store of the Bridgeport
Mercantile company , across the river
at Northport , last week , blew open
the safe and secured § 75 in money.
The postoffice is in the same build
ing , but neither the stamps nor any
of the merchandise was interfered
Hastings Doctor in Trouble.
Adams County. A coroner's jury
at Hastings held Dr. H. M. Swigart
responsible for the death of Miss
Grace Baker , who died Monday as
a result of a criminal operation. Dr.
Swigart was arrested and released
on $5,000 bond pending preliminary
examination. He was formerly phy
sician at the Soldiers' home in .Grand
Palmer May Yet Recover.
Adams County. Harry Palmer
who shot and killed his wife and
then attempted to commit suicide , is
holding his own and has a small
chance to recover. He was held re
sponsible for the murder of his wife
by the coroner's jury. Complaint
charging him with murd.r in the first
degree has been filed by the county
Fireman Killed at Crawford.
Dawes County. Frank Mahoney , a
Burlington fireman at Crawford in
the helper service , was run over and
killed here. He had just completed
a trip to Belmont , and after cutting
his engine off from the train stepped
out on the opposite track and was
struck by another engine. The in
jured man v/as hurried to Alliance ,
but died soon after arrival there.
A Runaway Train.
Dawes County. A runaway freight
train containing 59 cars crashed intoNe
No 42 , Burlington eastbound passen
ger train , wrecking one engine and
ten box cars. That no one was in
jured is considered remarkable. The
freight train had been set out on a
siding at Crawford , which is on a
steep grade , and the brakes became
loosened , allowing the train to run
down the mainline at great speed.
Twenty-five Years in Pen.
Cherry County. Walter Rifenburg ,
alias George Wilson , was arraigned
here , at a night session of the district
court and. pleaded guilty to the count
of murder in the second degree and
was sentenced to serve 25 jears at
hard labor , Sundays excepted , in the
penitentiary at Lincoln. Rifenburg
was found guilty of the murder of
Jacob Davis , a pool hall proprietor ,
in Valentine on December 27 , 1909.
The supreme court granted him a
Elevator and Houses Burn.
Webster County. The elevator at
Red Cloud belonging to the Duff
Grain company burned to the ground
last Thursday. Fire spread from the
elevator to a small dwelling house
and two stacks of alfafla and alJ
Union Pacific Extension.
Merrill County. Union Pacific en
gineers are in the field to relocate
the line of extension of the Union
Pacific O'Fallons-Medicine Bow cutoff
westward from Northport. Activities
indicate resumption of construction
work upon the grade at once.
Big Dam is Destroyed.
Cherry County. The big dam at
Valentine , which has been in course
of construction for the last year when
just completed and filled up about a
day , went out tearing out all of the
cement work and most all of the dam
north of the power house. The rush
of water drowned several head of cat
tle and hogs for Mr. Gaskill , a farmer
living on the creek a mile below the
dam. The work will all have to be
done over again.
State Treasurer's Report.
Lancaster County. State Treasur
er Walter A. George's monthly re
port shows a balance in the state
treasury of $637,814.80 , of which ? 7-
881.69 is" cash on hand an $629,932.84
is in state depository banks. There
is $252,279.81 in the general fund and
the trust fund invested and drawing
interest aggregates $9,021,391.30. The
treasurer has advertised the sale of
over $4,000,000 worth of bonds of
other stares which the legislature
authorized him to sell.
Changed Their Minds
"Your Easter hat ? " says the first
dear friend , while the other dear
friends listen joyously. "Your new
hat. It looks , my dear , as though
some man had made it. "
"Humph ! " remarks the angelic
creature who has asked for their
IT CURED HER.
His wife was gloomy and depressed ,
Inclined to be most critical ,
And questioned all his actions in
A manner analytical.
He sought an office building where
A very wise physician was ,
And carefully he told the Doc ,
What his wife's disposition was.
The doctor wrote : "Take one wire base
Which has an Easter bonnet on ,
Also a dress of costly silk
Bedecked with filmy Honiton.
"This Is a certain cure , if It
Is given her dlurnally
M. Sig : Unpack them from the box
And then apply externally. "
THE PLEASURES OF YOUTH.
"I have some Easter eggs , too , "
says the nice little boy , "but I am go
ing to take mine to the children's
exercises this afternoon. "
"S'm I , " answers the bad little boy.
"Dey's a bunch o' us children goin'
to have some exercises in de gallery
at de matinee o' 'De Hero o' Deep
Gulch. ' I been savin' dis egg for
free weeks for it. "
"The missus always gives her
dresses to the servants after she has
worn them a few times. "
"Well , I'm not going to stay unless
she changes her style. She got an
other blue dress for Easter and blue
doesn't suit my style of beauty ! "
CHANGED HIS MIND.
He wrote a dreamy sonnet
To buy an Easter bonnet
He did his best ,
Alas , his little lyric
Met with a fate satiric
Ho was assessed ,
So much to buy the bonnet
That he cashed in the sonnet
And ode the rest.
"Aren't you glad , " said the first
chick , "that we were hatched too
late to be spring chickens ? "
"Yes. And aren't you glad we were
hatched soon enough not to be Eas
ter eggs ? "
opinion of the headgear. "You guessed
it correctly. A man did make it
the highest-priced man milliner in
Then , naturally , the smiles ol
amusement were changed into smiles
FIGURED IT OUT.
'No , daughter , " remarked the
wealthy parent. "I am sorry , but you
may not marry the count. "
"But , why , papa ? " petulantly asked
the spoiled child.
"The expense Is greater than I can
"There would not be such a terri
ble lot of expense. He doesn't eat
much and is not extravagant in
clothes. Have you figured it out correctly -
rectly ? "
"I have tried to figure it out , but 1
find that I cannot keep count. "
For some reason the .daughter
"My Easter hat was delivered hera
and hasn't been sent to my room.
Where is It ? "
"Heavens , miss ! "Was that your
hat ? I thought it was a lamp shade
and told the chambermaid to put it
on the table lamp in your parlor.
I-I-I'm sorry. "
"The Easter sermon , " she outlines ,
"Was fitted to the morning' .
It had one head , with well trimme < 3
That single head adorning1.
The body of the sermon was
Set forth in tones of velvet
The train of thought was rather old
In fashion he should shelve it.
But take It all in all , it was
An up-to-date production ,
With pearls of oratory to
Bejewel its construction. "
Said the ostrich to the rabbit ,
"Will you tell me , sir , I beg ,
If you think , you'll claim the honor
Of this splendid Easier egg ? "
/ / / -
Felt by sex many upon the return of warm weather
is due to the impure , impoverished , devitalized
condition of the blood which causes that tired
feeling and loss of appetite as well as the pimples ,
boils and othereruptionssocommonatthisseason.
It is cured by the great constitutional remedy
which effects its wonderful cures , not simply because it contain * sargaparil-
la , but because it combines the utmost remedial values of more than twenty
different ingredients. There is no real substitute for Hood's Sarsapurilla.
If urged to'buy anjj preparation said to be ' 'just as good , " you may be sure
it ia inferior , costs less to make , and yields the dealer a larger profit.
"JUST FERNINST THE HILL"
Little Pointer for Those Who Feel a
Desire to Seek the State of
The state of Matrimony is one of
the United States. It is bounded by
kissing and hugging on one side and
cradles and babies on the other. Its
chief products are population , broomsticks -
sticks and staying out at night. It
was discovered by Adam and Eve
while trying to find a Northwest pas
sage out of Paradise. The climate Is
sultry until you pass the tropics of
housekeeping , when squally weather
commonly sets in with such power as
to keep all hands as cool as cucum
bers. For the principal roads leading
to this interesting state , consult the
first pair of blue eyes you see. Ex
ITCHED SO COULD NOT SLEEP
"I suffered from the early part of
December until nearly the beginning
of March with severe skin eruptions
on my face and scalp. At first I
treated it as a trivial matter. But
after having used castile soap , medi
cated washrags , cold cream , ' vanish
ing cream , stc. , I found no relief what
ever. After that I diagnosed my case
as eczema , because of its dry , scaly
appearance. The itching and burning
of my SCS.IP became so intense that I
thought I should go mad , 'having not
slept regularly for months past , only
at intervals , waking up now and then
because of the burning and itching of
my skin. Having read different tes
timonials of cures by the Cuticura
Remedies , I decided to purchase a box
of Cuticura Ointment and a cake of
Cuticura Soap. After using them for
a few days I recognized a marked
change in my condition. I bought
about two boxes of Cuticura Ointment
and five cakes of Cuticura Soap in all ,
and after a few days I was entirely
free from the itching and burning.
My eczema was entirely cured , all
due to using Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment daily. Hereafter I will never
be without a cake of Cuticura Soap on
my washstand. I highly recommend
the Cuticura Remedies to anyone suf
fering from similar skin eruptions and
hope you will publish my letter so
that others may learn of Cuticura
Remedies and be cured. " ( Signed )
David M. Shaw , care Paymaster , Pier
55 , N. R. , New York City , June 2 , 1910.
Cuticura Remedies sold everywhere.
Send to Potter Drug & Chem. Corp. ,
Boston , for free book on skin and
The pleasure of love is in loving.
We are happier hi the passion we feel
than in that we inspire. Francis Due
You are not treating yourself or your
family fairly if you don't keep Hamlins
Wizard Oil in the house. It's the best
substitute for family doctor and a mighty
good friend in case of emergency.
Set yourself earnestly to see what
you were made to do , and then set
yourself earnestly to do it. Phillips
2Irs. WinslOTV's Soothlnpr Syrnp for Children
teething : , softens the pums. reduces inflamma
tion , allays pain , cures wind colic , 25e a bottle.
An institution must be propped -up
by precedent when it is no more up
lifted by sap.
Take Garfield Tea in the spring to purify
the blood and cleanse the system.
A pleasant smile and a sweet voice
are great helps on life's journey.
e Farmer's Sen's
Why wait for the old farm to become
your Inliorltance ? Bruin now to
preimre for your futnro
prosperity and Indepen
dence. A jcreat oppor
tunity awuKS you -In
or Alberta. whor you
cans > pcur ; aFr"lIoine -
strad or buy land at rea
not a year from now ,
Klien land will be high
er. The prollts ( secured
from tbo Abundant crop * of
\Vlient , Oats and Hurley ,
as well as cattle raising , arc
causing a steady advance In
price. Government returns show
that tlio number of settlers
In Western Cunnda from
the U. 8. tvnn GO per cent
larger In 101O than the
Many farmers have paid
for their land out of the
proceeds of one crop.
Jfrce Homesteads of 10O
ncres and pro-eniptSoH.s of
1 GO arrcH Jit S3.OOui > ucr .
Fine cllmatis Rood ( schools.
excellent railway facilities ,
low freight rnteB ; wood , wa
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'Vur rnniphfct "Last Best West , "
particulars as to suitable location
and low settlers' rate , apply to
Supt of Immigration. Ottawa ,
Can. , or to Canadian Gov"t Agent.
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