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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA.
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Mauk'g SteJ$ Mean Pndiulloe Gar Jem
"How high did yo' git In de ninny,
Sam?" "Bout ten feet In de nlr; 1
was kicked by nn ninny mule."
Cale'n CnrhoIIn.He Quickly Relieves
Jtnd heals burning, Itching nnd torturing
.akin diseases. It Instantly stops the pain
of burns. Heals without scars. 25c and EOc.
Ask your druggist, or send 23c to The J.
W. Cole Co., Rockford, 111,, for a pkg.Adv.
There's nothing n red-blooded man
liatcs more than being being made a
8icro and n pet of.
Explorer Stefnnssnn believes arctic
regions may be reclaimed and mado
'to sustain human life.
The Many Mysteries
BY L. W. BOWER, M. D.
You can take an onion seed and a pansy
seed, and plant them side by side in the
.same spot of ground. In one case, you
;get an onion, with its peculiarly strong
odor, and in the other you get a flower of
Tare beauty. You can plant a poppy seed
and get opium (a dangerous, habit-forming
drug), or you can plant a rhubarb seed and
get something that helps constipation. No
scientist, living or dead, can explain these
.mysteries of Nature. Behind the invisible
life germ in each seed is hidden the deep
secret that noboa understands. Every
thing growing out cf the uni seems in
tended for some se In establishing natural
conditions. Dr. Tierce, of Buualo, N. Y.,
long since found out what 3 naturally best
ior women's diseases, lie ! irned it all
-through treating thousands i es. The
'Jesuit of his studies was medi.ine called
!Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prcscrip on. This
-medicine Is mado of -Vegetable growths that
nature surely ntended 3r backache, head
.ache, weakening drains, bearing-down
pains, periodical irregularities, pelvic in
flammations, and for the many disorders
common to Vtomcn in all ages of life. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is made of
lady's slipper root, black cohosh root, uni
corn root, blue cohosh root and Oregon
grape root. Women who take this stand
ard remedy know that in Dr. Picrce'd
.Favorite Prescription they are getting a
tsafo woman's tonic so good that druggists
everywhere sell it.
Favorite Prescription should have the
(full confidence of every woman in America
(becauso it contains no alcohol and no nar
cotic. Dr. Pierce knew, when ho first
imadc this stand ird medicine, that whisky
-and morphine are injurious, and so he has
lahvnys kept them out of his remedies.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Ilotel,
Buffalo, N. Y for trial pkg.of tablets.
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LOOK AT CHILD'S
TONGUE IF SICK,
HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POI-
SONS FROM LITTLE STOMACH,
GIVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS
AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR
Look nt the tongue, mother I If
coated, It Is a sure sign that your lit
tle one's stomach, liver and bowels
needs a gentle, thorough cleansing nt
When peevish, cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or net natu
rally, or Is feverish, stomach sour,
breath bad; has stomach-ache, sord
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give n
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," and In, a few hours nil the foul,
constipated waste, tindlgestcd food
nnd sour bile gently moves out of tho
little bowels without griping, and you
have a well, playful child again.
You needn't conx sick children t6
take this linrmless "fruit laxative;"
they love Its delicious taste, and It
always makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which has
directions for bnblcs, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plnlnly on the
bottle. Bewnrc of counterfeits sold
here. To be sure you get the genuine,
ask to see that It Is mado by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company." Itefuso
any other kind with contempt. Adv.
Put Auto Before Wife.
Men are taking good care of their
automobiles these days. Most of them
don't know where they will get an
other. The other dny a man ran away with
our neighbor's wife and his automobllo
at the same time.
Our neighbor came up out of the
basement just In time to see him driv
ing away, and he yelled nt the driver:
"Don't forget to send the car back."
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
lias been used for all ailments that
are caused by a disordered stomach
and Inactive liver, such as sick head
ache, constipation, sour stomach,
nervous Indigestion, fermentation of
food, palpitation of the heart caused by
gases In the stomach. August Flower
Is u gentle laxative, regulates digestion
both In stomach nnd Intestines, cleans
nnd sweetens the stomach nnd alimen
tary canal, stimulates tho liver to se
crete the bile nnd Impurities from the
blood. Sold In all civilized Countries,
dive it a trial. Adv.
"I must brush the cobwebs from my
brain." "Then you hnd better do It
with a vacuum cleaner."
Charity consists of gifts. Probably
that Is why a girl thinks It charitable
to give her rival's ago away.
Many a man would act otherwise
but for fear of legal consequences.
For Infanta and Children.
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The glory of evening wraps has re
turned. Sumptuous Is a good word to
use In describing them; they combine
the richness of costly brocades and
velvets with the hnndsomest furs, nnd
extravagance In furs Is written Into
the history of this winter's fashions.
Hut extravagance In furs is not reck
lessness; they have Intrinsic yalue, lileo
jewels or fine oriental rugs. The wom
an who owns good furs should cherish
them, for It seems. Inevitable that they
must advance In price. There Is noth
ing In apparel that may be remodeled
more successfully or that gives such a
certain return In satisfaction upon the
required Investment as good furs.
Such a thing as a furless wrap Is
hardly to be found. In evening wraps
ample fur collars are tho rule, but
there are gorgeous models In which
wide borders of fur divide honors with
regal fabrics Jn the body of the wrap.
These wraps are full, voluminous, tho
The little girl with saucy eyes- und
bobbed hair bbown In this picture Is
evidently posing under protest. Kven
so, she ennnot contrlvo to look any
thing but pretty In this new llnery of
chambray, which anticipates spring
(lowers by blossoming out In Jnnunry.
Along conies a troop of pretty frocks
early In the year, In gayly colored cot
tons nnd In white, so that the outfit
ting of tho small fry nnd of Ilapptrs
may be disposed of. Weightier matters
will dUtrlct tho mind of mothers when
Easter approaches, and the more seri
ous matter of choosing her own or oth
er grown-up apparel takes the atten
tion of the head of the household.
Two of tho now frocks inado of
chambray are shown here. Both em
ploy white cotton material with a
color, nnd the color may bo any ono of
the usual popular tones of blue, pink,
rose, tan, yellow or light green that
are suro of a welcome every spring.
These stnple fabrics and colors nro al
ways used. It Is tho variation of de
sign nnd simple ornamentation that
ndd Interest to tho season's styles.
Tho frock nt the left has a triple
box plait down tho front of tho short
walstcd body nnd the skirt. This Is
broken nt tho walstllno with gather
ings, and a narrow braid Is sewed on
In such fashion as to simulate smock
lug. The belt of white cotton termi
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p ', 'A'- ' f '& ff h a' I'll
style- llttlng tho character of stulfa
used for making them. A good exam
ple, not nn extreme, but u handsome
wrap, appears In the style shown In
tho picture above. Huge silver rosea
on a dark satin ground mnke.the love
ly brocade of which this capellko wrap
Is fashioned. Nothing could look bet
ter with It than the luxurious collar(of
dark, glossy and long-haired fox fur
that finishes it. This collar fairly In
vites Its wearer to cuddle down Into
It nnd makes n beautiful background
for tho evening dress It reveals when
thrown back from tho shoulders.
The dress In this particular Instance
appears to be of black satin and black
velvet, which Is a happy choice to
wear with a glorious wrap. One must
know where to leave oft In the use of
color. Everything In the toilette pic
tured Is commendable; tho neatness of
the colfCuro nnd all tho care of details
which Insures exquisite tlnlsh.
Blooms in January
nates at thu sides or this panel, Or
gandie might be used for a belt of litis
kind, as It Is laid in plaits. A pretty,
childish decorative feature Is made by
two Hat pearl buttons sewed down
with black cotton. Dlngonnl silt pock'
ets are outlined with needle work In
black also, and little embroidered (low
er motifs uro made to correspond.
This piquant touch of black Is note
worthy In spring style for little folks.
With collar and culTs of white this
frock Is n crisp nnd brilliant accom
plishment, employing only simple and
At tho right nn equally clever de
sign shows the same simple menna
used In a different wny. In tills frock
the bodice Is lengthened Into front,
bnck nnd side panels, with the chain
bray set between them by Inverted
plaits. A tiny chemisette, set In nt tho
front of the collar, adds ono moro un
expected Joy to life for tho small girl,
Hats of Monkey Hair.
Monkey-hair hats are qulto tho
thing In Paris, but nro said to be rath
er unbecoming to nny but the truly
brunette type. Women with very light
or gray hair (Ind them Impossible
Those who objeot to liquid medi
cines oen tec uro Perun Tablets
NOT STRONG ON ACCURACY
General March Compares Average
Macjazlno War Story With That
Told of the Doughboy.
"The average magazine war story
Is amusing," said General March In
a recent Interview. "It's nmuslng, I
mean, In Its Innccurncy.
'Tcs, the average magazine story
is as Innccurato as the story of tho
doughboy who rushed from the front
line trenches with his cheeks puffed
out and his mouth tightly closed. Ho
hopped Into a lorry without u word,
and waved his anus towards tho rear
In a frantic wny.
"'He's crazy, poor feller,' said the
driver. 'Shell shock, of course. It's
drove him as crazy as a bedbug.'
"And tho lorry set off. The driv
er's Idea was to convey the stricken
doughboy to tho nearest hospital. Tho
patient still sat with cheeks puffed out
uhd lips tight closed, while he now
held his nose with one hand as well.
"'Crazy,' muttered tho driver.
"But It turned out that the dough
boy wasn't crazy at nil. He was em
ployed In the gas defense, and had
been sent forward to a recently raided
trench for n sample of tho German's
latest brand of phosgene."
Coney Island "Mining."
Of the many varied and extraordi
nary sights at Coney Island, New
York, none Is moro surprising than to
find men digging In the sand of tho
beach for gold and precious Btones.
Some of them make a regular business
of It, wearing hip boots llko placer
miners of tho MO's, nnd armed with
shovels and sieves. On good days the
"dirt" has paid as high as $30. This
search for gold differs from mining In
the West or elsewhere, however, In
that rings, chains, stick pins, lockets,
etc., are recovered. What tho patient
men dig up Is, of course, tho Jewelry
which careless bathers, who frequent
tho beach by tho tens of thousands,
hnvo lost. No doubt tho original own
ers of these, treasured articles have
assumed that their recovery was abso
lutely out of the question. Popular
Customer "Will this Jmthlrig suit
shrink If It gets wet?" Clerk "It
might; but why got It wet?"
Health of Millions
Besides thoso painful attarks of ln
digestion; thnt awful bloatU, lumpy
feeling after eating and, downright
stomach misery that you who havo
experienced It know so well; besldea
disgusting belching, food-repoutlng,
sour stomach nnd distressing heartburn
besides all this, ACID-STOMACH
undermines the health and sups the
strength of millions.
If you don't get rid of thoso stomnch
miseries there Is no tolling wheroyour
stomnch troubles will end, for It Is a
well known sclentlflc fuct that many
serious aliments havo their stnrt In
Start now this very day to get rid
of your stomach miseries. Take
KATONIC tho wonderful remedy
that absorbs the excess acid from tho
stomach and brings INSTANT relief.
You simply have no Idea how much
better, stronger and brighter you feel
nt once. It drives out all the gas and
bloat, nilts an Immediate Htmi tnliolidi.
Ing nud heartburn, ends stomach suf
E MBsiCTOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH )y
The Spirit of MB.
"Is your father In, my boy?"
"No, sir; father's In France. I'm In
command whllo lio's away." Ilrown-
"I shuddered when Tom proposed."
"Was ho so awkward?'
"Oh, no; ho did It so well."
.---A WboImqbb, Cleansing,
m v" LolUn Murine for Red-
W-m r .- nea8 Soreness, Granula-
W V S t,on.ltchlngnnd Burning
of the Eyes or Eyelids;
"2 Drops" After lha Movies. Motorloir or Ggu!
will win your confidence. Ask Your
iiuenc. Ask Your Druggist
our Eyes Need Care, i M-1J
ior saunas wnen
Murine yi Riaudy Co., Chicago
Mr. Robert McDougnll, R.
R. No. C, Liberty, Indiana,
"I wish to state that I nlwaya
keep Pcruna In tho house. I
think It Is a cood mcdlclno to
havo on hand. If I commenco
taking n cold, I take Pcruna and
It brcakB It up for me. It In
also good for tho Bronchial
Peruna fiat served the Amor
loan people for more than forty
years. Those who know Its value
always have It at hand. Why
or Strangles in stallion, brood nvtrcs, colts mul nil others
Is most destructive Tho perm ciuihIiijt disease muat bo
removed from tho body or tho animal. To prevent the
trouble tho samo must bo done.
SIM) UN'S COMPOUND
will do both euro tbo sick and provont thoso 'Vxponod"
from Imvlnpr tho dtnenne. Sold by vour dniKRlut or tho
nmnufacturorH. hpolin airdleul Co., Mfrn.,Goiilicn,lMri.,U.8.A.
Tho number of different varieties of
bamboo found In China is over thirty.
Mr. Krank N. Meyer, agricultural ex
plorer for tho United States In China,
mndo nn extended study of the bam
boo for the purpose of demonstrating
Its utility for Introduction Into tho
United States. Tho results of his
studies can bo obtained from tho de
partment of agriculture.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath thnt ho Is
eenlor partnor of tho firm of P. J. Chonoy
& Co., dolwr business In tho City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, nnd that
snld firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for any caso of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho uao of
HALL'S CATAIUUI MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to boforo me nnd subscribed In
my presence this 6th day of December,.
A. D. US.
(Seal) A. W. Glenson, Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tnlt
en Internally and acts throuch the nlood
on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Chenoy & Co., Tolodo, Ohio.
"Women are not given to abstract
reflections." "Aren't they nlways
stonllng glances at a mirror?"
Don't Go From Bad to Worse!
Are you always weak, iniscrnlilo and
half-sick? Then it's time you found out
what is wrong. Kidney weakness
causes much Buffering from backache,
lnmcncss, BtifTncs and rheumatic
painB, and if neglected, brings danger
of serious troubles d i onay, gravel and
Itriitht's disease. Don't delay. Use
Doan'3 Kidney PIVs. They have
helped thousand and uliould help you.
An Iowa Caso
SESSCf Bardner, Forest City,
lunu, miyai i Huuur-
cd untold ajjony from
kidney trouble. It bo-
f;an with backache. I
md headaches and
wus vory nervous. My
unities, loot and wrists
began to mvoll and
soon I was all run
down. I hnd to tako
to bod nnd Ho thoro
six weeks. I tried dif
ferent remedies, but
Kot no hotter until I
used Donn's Kidney
Pills. In a short
While I will nbla tn
walk around and was soon onttroly ro
llcvcd of tho trouble."
Cst Dosjq's st Any Store, COc a Dos
F03TER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
W. N. U., SIOUX CITY, NO. 6-1919.
fering and makes It cool, sweet, com
fortable and strong.
Thero can bo no further excuse for
you to allow acid-stomach to wreck
your henlth pllo up misery upon mis
ery until you get to the point whoro
you feel down and out and thut llfo
hns lost all Its Joys. Itemcmber, just
oh acid-mouth ruins teeth, so acid
stomnch ruins health.
Tako EATONIO. It's good, Just llko
a bit of candy and makes the stomach
feel fine. You can then eat tho things
you like and, what Is more, every
mouthful you out will count in creating;
power nnd energy. You'll feel ho much
better have punch and pep the pow
er and will to do things nnd get re
sults, nnd your stomach misery will bo
Take our advice. Oct n big box of
KATONIC from your druggist today.
It costs so little. If It falls to remove
your stomach distress, ho will refund
your money. Thut is guaranteed ; you
aro to bo satisfied or money refunded.
, HAIR BALSAM
A tollat r.rsiratlfin nf m-r
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