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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD
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Do You Have Constant Backache ? Feel Old and
Lame and Suffer Sharp, Rheumatic Pains ?
Then Look to Your Kidneys !
DOES every cold, chill or attack of grip leave you
worn-out and utterly miserable? Do you feel old
and lame, stiff and rheumatic? Does your back ache
with a dull, unceasing throb, until it seems you just
can't stand it any longer?
Then look to your kidneys! Grip, colds and chilla
are mighty hard on the kidneys. They fill the blood
with poisons and impurities that the kidneys must
filter ofF. The kidneys weaken under this rush of new
work; become congested and inflamed.
It's little wonder, then, that every cold leaves you
with torturing backache, rheumatic pains, headaches,
dizziness and annoying bladder irregularities.
But don't worry! Simply realize that your kidnoyB are over
worked nt such times and need assistance. Get a box of Doan'a
Kidney Pills and givo your weakened kidneys tli help they need.
Assist them, also, by drinking pure water freely, eating ngntly
and getting plenty of frcSh air and rest. Doan's Kidney Pills
have helped thousands and should help you. Ask your neighbor!
"Use Doan's, "Say These Grateful Folks:
Earl KckerBon, barber, Com
mercial Bt., Clark, S. D., gays:
"I liaro used Doan'a Kidney
rills several times when my
kidneys -would got out of order,
as tiio result of a cold scttlinn
on tlicso organs. My back
would feel weak and lame, es
pecially when I was on my feet
a grcal deal. The action of my
kidneys was irregular, too. I
used Doan's Kidney Tills and
they soon straightened out this
trouble for me and put my kid
neys in good order."
At AH Dealers, 60c a Box. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfg. Chem., Buffalo, N. V.
For sores, broken
and all skin irri
tations. - ,
" 'ould I consider him n prudent
man? I can't say that I would. Hx
nelly the opposite, In fact."
, k'Whiit reason hnve you for holding
Biich an opinion of him 7
"I happen to know that ho lets his
wife nnd tho lady who expects to sue
ceed her have chargo accounts at tho
"Is Bessie, a friend of yours?"
"Yes what has Jho been saying
about tno now'?" Jiidgo.
Mrs. Fred Lander, Salem,
S. D., eajB! "My kidneys wcro
weak and I Buffered from such
pevcro backaches and felt so
tired and dull, I could hardly
do my housework. Frequent
dizzy headaches bothered me
and my kidneys acted irregu
larly. If I took cold, the
trouble became worse and I felt
as though I were eighty years
old. I read of Doan's Kidney
Fills nnd procured some, Doin's
poon put my back nnd kidneys
in good order and after using
five boxes, tho backache disap
peared and my kidneys acted
Libel on American "Kiddles."
In America children nro even "mora
"modern" than they arc In this coun
try. Two American children hnd n
very bad effect on a fnmlly living
quietly In Sussex.
After these two children had gone
back to the Stntes, tho vicar called
and said, quite playfully, to tho young
est daughter of the liouso: "Well,
my dear, and what do thoy call you?"
"Cut that dut," was tho reply. "I
guess you ought to know, Mr. Preach
or, You put the christening dopo
across me." London Tit-lilts.
TAKE ASPIRIN ONLY
AS TOLD BY "BAYER"
"layer" Introduced Aspirin to th
Physicians Over 21
To get quick relief follow carefully
the safe, nnd proper directions In each
unbroken pnekage of "Bayer Tublets of
Aspirin." This pnekago Is plainly
stamped with tho safety "Bayer Cross."
The "Mayer Cross'1 means the. gen
uine, world-fniuous Aspirin prescribed
by physicians for over twenty-one
It Is htlll pretty hard to got n wom
an who Is compelled to do her own
housework to believe her husband Is
successful, no matter how honestly he
may be getting his Income.
The man who Ib unnblo to work
and Rinoko at tho same time usually
offers to home srekera opportunities that cannot
bo secured elsewhere. The thousands ot fanners
from the United States who hnve accepted Can.
ads's generous offer to settle on FREE homesteads
01 buy farm land In her provinces have been -welt
repaid by bountiful crops. There is etlll avail
able on easy terms
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre
--land similar to that which through many years
has yielded irora 20 to 45 bushels of wheat
to tho ccro oats, barley ond flax also in (treat
abundance, while rnlslnu horses, cattle, sheep
uiul housisequallyprofitable. Hundreds of farm,
era In western Canada have raited crops in n
single season worth more than tiie whole cost ot
their land. With such success comes prosperity,
independence, cood homes and all the comforts
and conveniences which make life worth llvlnsc.
Farm Gardens, Poultry, Dairying
ere source of income second only to sraln
trowing and stuck raisin p. Attractive cli
mate, good neighbors, churches; schools,
Rood markets, railroad faculties, rural tcle
V'ortDuitrt llt.ratun. rar, dMcrlctloa of fans
opporiunlllra W M.nltabu, buliKburu,
Alii... But tl.l.l.kf'.l 111 i .
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twat9auiti UtLIK. A. UAKNETT,
3IJ. JcUon Stisct, St. Faul. Miss.
AuMMrto Afint, Dtt. t Immltrattoa
M4 SmltiltaJtlim, Dominion si Canada
$ Detective Stories $
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:!; MATTER OF MINUTES ;j:
Copyright by Tho Whteler Syndicate. Inc.
IT WAS evident that the robbery
of the Hock Island Express hnd
been effected in less than a quar
ter of an hour. The express car had
boon hitched on Immediately behind
the engine, and one of the firemen
recalled having seen Kellogg, the mes
fenger, checking up his accounts nbnut
fifteen minutes before the train pulled
Into .Morris, III. The iw;;t time ha
glanced up n shade had been pulled
across the ulrdow of the express car,
and the first he know of the robbery
wns after tho" train stopped nt Mori Is,
and Pitney, the brnlcenian, shouted
o' t that Kellogg had been killed and
that thousands of dollars was missing
fioin the safe.
Jiimeson, who wns In chnrge of the
baggage car, directly behind the ex
press car, provided what npponred to
be the only clue to the crime, by stat
ing thnt shortly rifier the train left
.Toilet, n mati In n red mnsk had en
tered his car, hold him up nt the
point of n revolver, and had then
passed through to the enr beyond, lenv
Ing Jameson in charge of another
masked mnn who hnd dlwippenred as
tho train slowed down nt Morris.
"I wns scared stilT," admitted the
baggageman, "and didn't date budge.
The express authorities nt Morris
prompt y sidetracked the express car,
and wired the details of the cao to
William A. PInkerton, who nrrived
only a few houra later. Meanwhile,
however, the contents of the safe had
been checked tip, and 'It was dis
covered that more than $20,000 wns
missing. Kellogg, tho messenger, was
dead, hut bvfnrc dying, he had evi
deutly given a tood account of himself.
Before ho did anything else, Pinker
ton walked hack over the track on
which the twin had come Into Morris.
Less than half a mile out ho dis
covered n red mnfk, lying close to the
track, and he nisi) noted i most sig
nificant fret nlthough there was more
than n foot of snow npon the ground,
there were no foot-prints within a
qoai tor-mile of the mask!
Returning to Morris, the detective
commenced his examination of the ex
press enr, but fnllol to find anything
Close lnspectlonof the body nflhc
dead messenger, however, brought to
light nnother point which- PInkerton
felt certain ought to prove valuable.
Under Kellogg's finger mills "wns a
considerable quantity of what at first
nppeured to ho wet paper or pulp of
some kind," "but- wlilcii-tJm -tWcctlvo
recognized ns tho outer layers of
human skin, torn off during the
struggle when tho messenger's Angers
were fighting to secure a hold upon
his assailant 1
Upon returning to Chicago, PInker
ton nt once requested the ofllclnls of
the road to have all the men employed
on the train come to his olhce, ono
by ono, to be Interviewed, Jameson, lie
directed, was to bo the last mnn sent,.
When I'ltney, the brnkeman, en
teied, PInkerton did not overlook the
fact that he was dressed in n new
outfit which was distinctly above his
sphere in life. From the points of
his glossy shoes to tho top of his new
derby, the brakemun hud evidently
treated himself to n hrand-jiew ward
robe In honor of his Interview with
the famous detective, In spite of tho
fact that he had very little to tell.
It was ho who bail discovered the
robberj. but lie hnd so1 on nothing of
the man in the red mnsk, though
Jameson's excited recital of the hold
up had caused him Immediately to
Investigate, tho express car.
"That was Just as we were pulling
Into Morris," concluded the brnkeman,
"nnd T tnvo a yell the minute I saw
wliin they had done to Kellogg."
"That's what I wnnted to tnlk to
you about," said Plnkciton. "Sit
down, won't you? And take off your
coat. It's wnrm In here .... Your
gloves, too, he added, noting that I'lt
ney kept his hands covered,
After it moment's hcdtntlon tho
brnkeman peeled olT his new gloves,
nnd PInkerton hnd dlillculty In conceal
ing n start of satisfaction, Tho hacks
of (he mar's hands woie seamed and
fccoied with a network of scratches I
"Moon pln.vlng with the cat?" In
quired PInkerton casually.
"No, no," Pitney leplled. "I got those
handling a busted trunk a few nights
ago," and then lie launched Into a
description of his experiences on the
night ot the robbery. When ho had
finished. PInkerton thanked him nnd
bowed him out of the ofllce, but tho
muilled buz, of a boll In the anteroom
informed the men stntloned there that
Pitney was to be followed night and
"o far as I was concerned," PInker
ton said biter, "the case ended right
there. The backs of Pltmy's hands,
pouplod,with the absence of footprints
In the vicinity of the red music
which pi overt that the Job hnd been
handled by sumeono on the trnln
gnve the whole thing dead away.
There had been no hold-up In tho bag
gage car. Therefore, Jameson was In
the game, too. The pair of them had
framed up n most plausible btory,
which, if It hadn't been for tho shreds
of skin under tho dead nmn's nnllH,
stood n good chance of being believed.
"As It Tfim, my men shadowed them
until they got careless and begun
upending their stolen money Then ye
we closed In, recovered all but $2,000
and sent the pair to the penitentiary
for llfo Head men may not tell tnlei,
but sometimes their flngeis dol"
1 KEEPING W
1 A CONS
Mmit Alaaanea tnav b described as
nasal catarrh, stomach and bowel dltordors are Just a tow of the vory com
mon Ills due to catarrh.
Flsrht Itt Fight catarrh with a remedy of assured morlt. remedy which
has a reputation for usefulness extending over half a century
Tablotm or Liquid
THERE WAS THAT POSSIBILITY
And Virginia Lad Might Have Seen
Something of the Sort Happen
A Virginian, recently elected Judge
and feeling keenly tho responsibilities
of his exnlted position, wns coming on
horseback along n road In a remote
bectlon of his district, lie saw a smoke
on a hillside.
"Moy," he said to a lud who was
loallng alongside the road, "Is that
smoke up there from a still?"
"Yes, sir, I reckon It Is," the boy
"What are they making up there?"
"Might be mnkln' some apple
Tho Judge Jumped front his horse.
"Here, boy," he said, "hold this horse.
I'm going up there and stop that. They
can't flout the law In thnt manner In
The boy took the reins nnd the
Judge climbed the fence nnd started
toward the smoke. After he hnd gone
u few steps the boy shouted:
"What Is It?" asked the Judge.
"Kffen you don't come back, what
must I do with the horse?" Saturday
HIS CRITICISM RATHER HASTY
Possibly Mr. Newlywed Will Make
Discreet Inquiries Before He
Makes Another Complaint.
A few weeks ago I was Invited to
dine with a couple of old schoolmntcs
who had been married for some time.
I was asked to bring n friend who had
also attended school with us.
Tho dinner looked appetizing, nnd
was progressing smoothly with nil ot
us In good spirits.
Suddenly, Jnck, my mnrrled friend,
turned to his wife and snld: "Vera,
what's the matter with these bis
cuits?". - She iimilq some sort of rcpJ.v, where
upon ho answered they were not fit
to eat, that his mother could do bet
ter baking, and nsked who baked
Vera, with an Injured expression,
answered: "Why, Jack, dear, your
mother scut them over this evening."
Moth, L know, wished the dinner
over, nnd I found I had n pressing
engagement directly afterward. Chi
Important to all Vomen
Readers of this Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con
dition, they may cause the other organs
to become diseased.
You may BulTer pain in the back, head
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irrita
ble and may be despondent; it makes any
Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Bwarrp-ltoot, by restoring
health to the kidneys, proved to be just
the remedy needed to overcome such
Many Bend for a sample bottle to see what
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder medicine, will do for them. By
enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Dinghamton, N. Y you may receive sam
ple size bottle by Parcel Post. You can
purchase medium and InrRe size bottles nt
all drug stores. Advertisement.
Taklnrj the Joy Out of Art.
An artist from New York was visit
ing nn old Southern family In Alnbamn.
One day while they were riding In their
nutoimlblle, which their former conch
mnn, nn old negro, wns driving, the
hostess pointed out n majestic tree that
stood alone In a meadow. The artist
went Into rnpture over, it and with
hands clasped turned to her hostess.
"Oh, Isn't It superb 1" sho breathed.
"A perfect examplo of n Corot!"
"Sense me, mlstls," said the priv
ileged old feorvant. "Dat nln't no
Corot. lilt's Jest ono of deso hyuh
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Must Have Been.
"Look mo in the face, sir."
IIo raised his eyes timorously.
"Now, Mr, deny, If you dare, that you
married me for my money J"
"It must have been for your money I"
ho faltered, London Tit-Hits.
Just as Good.
"I can no longer offer my friends a
bumper." "But you can take them
out la a flivver."
. catarrhal condition. Couiths. colds.
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"When the Devil Was Sick"
Two old gobs bad been at odds ever
since tho day of their enlistment;
They wero duo for discharge within
a few days when one of them was
taken seriously HI and the doctors
broke the news to him thnt he hnd
small chance to live. Ho summoned
his old-time enemy to his bedside.
"Mac," ho said plaintively, "they
tells me I'm goln' to kick tiver. If
I do, will yer ferglt our lights and
sort of let bygones be bygones?"
"That'll be n'rlght," said Mac, In
"And, Mac" here tho old gob's
voice grow stronger "If I ever get
well and ye remind mo I ever said
that, I'll knock thatrfat wooden block
off yer shoulders."
''Do you Intend to retlro from poll
tics?" "I never knew anybody who did,"
replied Senator Sorghum. "A politi
cian mny hnve to toss his hand Into
the discard and stay quiet for awhllo;
but ho never nctually quits the
Charlotte Bronte's writing was iro
small that it appeared to have been
traced with a needle.
Wise Is the fool who knows enough
4 to keep It to himself.
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Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Accept only 'fBayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy "Bayer? oxcs of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists.
Aiplria U U tra sasxk ot Bsytr Manutsetar of Ucaoacetlcacldestcr of BsllcylicscM
A clergyman was in the habit of
going up to his Httlu girl's bcdsldo
ench evening and telling her a story
before she went to sleep.
Ouo evening lie told her such a s
thrilling tulo that the child, sitting
up in bed, looked very straight at
her father and asked:
"Daddy, Is that u true story, or nro
What's in a Name?
Knlcker What is this peace dollar7 m
misnomer try giving W
Just one to
your wlfo. New York
Many a womnn trusts n man with
her affections who wouldn't lend him
ftO cents in cash.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
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Live Stock Commission
Cattle Hogs Sheep
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W. N. U., SIOUX CITY, NO. 10-1922.
Prosecuting Attorney Hnve you
ever been convicted of anything?
Witness Yes, sir, once.
Prosecuting Attorney' All right, tell
the Jury what' you wero convicted of.
Witness I wns Just convicted of
waiting on myself In n grocery store;
that's all. New York Globe.
The tightrope walker is all there
when It comes to the fctralght and nar
Political vindication frequently
means that the people have been fooled
kOJRES COLDS 24H0URS
rocmOtT. W.H.HIUU CO. MICHIGAN'