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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD
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Mrs. V7oo French
Danville, 111. "I think Dr. Plorco'8
Golden Medical Discovery Is the best
medicine I lmve over used or henrd of.
I learned of It through n friend when
I wob In n wenk and highly nervous
condition. I hud lost Interest In almost
everything just dragged on In n list
less sort of wny. A few doses of. tho
'Discovery' gave me n brighter view
of life nnd I begnn to gain strength.
No one but those who have used this
helpful medicine are In n position to
Bpeuk fully of Its merit." Mrs. Viola
French, 115 N. Collett St.
What Golden Medical Discovery
hns done for thousands It will do for
you. Get It today from your nearest
druggist, tablets or liquid. Write for
free medical advice to Dr. Pierce's,
Buffalo, N. Y.
IN SHORT TIME
Now Used By Millions As A Nat
ural, Quick and Easy Way To
Help Increase Weight and Energy
So remarkable Is tho action of
MASTIN'S VITAMON TAHLKTS In
helping to lucreaso the nourishing,
health-KivlnR power of what yvu cat,
that oho woman recently trained 21
pounds after being thin and ailing
Weak, thin, run-down men and
women everywhere vletlmB of un
dernourishment are often amazed
aC tho astonishing" Improvement In,
their health, weight, mental alertness
and appearance after only a rhort
course, of MASTIN'S VITAMON
MASTIN'S VITAMON TABLETS
contain all three vltamlnes, true or
ganic li'pn, the necessary lime salts
nnd other, vitalizing elements which
Nature prdvldes for perfect vigor of
body and mind, and to build up that
powerful resistance which helps to
guard you against tho germs of
Only by making tho test yourself
can you fully realize how MASTIN'S
VITAMON TABLBTS help to feed
and nourish the shrunken tissues,
build up renewed nerve force,
strengthen tho entire digestive and
intestinal tract and help put on firm
solid flesh In the places where It is
For your own safety and protec
tion against cheap substitutes and
imitations, insist upon MASTIN'S to
get the original VITAMON TAB
LETS guaranteed to give satisfaction
or money refunded. At all good
druggists, such as
unci a Tear
Wear Unit ran teed
Ask Your Dealer
If h bun't them, send
direct, sivtns dealer's nam.
Accept no anuauvuie.
V Price 75c f
Look fur guarantee label and
Ask for Nu-Way
name on Bocklei. Hose Supporter
Nu-Wtr Strech Suipcodtr Co- Mfn.. Adrian, Mich.
My little nephew and I were out
walking . one day when we licord n
buzzing sound In the trees. He went
closer to Investigate and as usual
"curiosity killed the cat" for the llt
tlo fellow was stung severely on the
linn. I told him I thought It wus a
hornet that had .Injured him,
When ho returned home, his uncle,
seeing him crying, questioned him and
received this, answer: "Oh, uncle, I
heard a buzzing noise in a tree and
one of those hairnet things bit mo."
MILLINERY NEVER SO LOVELY;
BLOUSES IN GREAT VARIETY
"Do your shoes ever hurt you?"
"Not until I have to pay the bill."
flew York Run.
THE zestful quest for Easter goes
merrily on, and Women loiter con
fidently through millinery displays de
termined to moke the most of n great
opportunity. No season ha provided
better millinery or more of It. Tho
trick is to make tho wisest choice
where there are so many safe ones to
find just the type of hat that is kindest
to one's good features nnd blindest to
faulty ones. The choice Is successful
if the chosen hat may be truthfully
named "Tho Flatterer."
Apparently designers are drawing
upon Inexhaustible resources, and there
Is no end to the variety of hats. But,
n preference for simplicity of design
In the several styles and the unusual
attention commanded by tailored
blouses that will servo either for street
or sports wear. For these tailored
blouses many different materials arc
used and almost every day brings somo
addition to the list.
In blouse styles llic'tuck-ln and over
thc;Sklrt groups uro about equally
popular, each endlessly varied. At
present, long-sleeved models outnumber
those with Bhort sleeves In both these
broad divisions. In nearly all the over-the-sklrt
blouses the pcplutn Is short,
often n mere band, fitting snugly about
"What's tho wenther forecast?"
"Both parties are freely predicting
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WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Kacli package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tain direction! so dimple any woman can
dye or tint her worn, slmbby dresses,
skirt, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters,
coverings, drapwrics, hangings, everything,
even if she has never dyed before. Uuy
"Diamond Dyes" no other kind then
perfect home dyeing is sure becauso Dia
mond Dyes are guaranteed not to spot,
fade, streak, or run. Tell your druggist
whether the material you Wish to dye is
wool or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton
or mixed goods. advertisement.
A Fair Trade.
"That's n beautiful bus," said tho
Balestnan, nil carried away with his
own eulogy of the car. "Of course
there may be some ltttlo thing that
It needs, Out Ural's to bo expected."
Tho prospect looked thoughtful,
then ho brightened.
x "I tell you what I'll do," he replied.
"I'll buy tho little thing you mention
and you throw In tho car. You see,
I've bought a socond-hnnd machine
before." Cartoons Magazine.
FOUR SPRING M0DEL8
the flrstjiats of the season are as good
as any, perhaps a little better than
those that follow them. Four spring
models In the group pictured nre
of nu excellence that need not fear
comparisons in their class. They nre
brllllunt hats to be worn everywhere
and nny time. They Include a tailored
fabric hat with ribbon trim, as shown
nt the top, and three semi-dress or
trimmed hats. Tho hat at the left,
made of silk, has a soft crown and a
narrow brim that widens nnd turns up
ward nt the front. It Is shown In sev
eral colors with opaque, white beads
applied to the upturned brim. At the
right a brilliant black hat follows the
lines of the stntely Russian turban
ind employs a trimming of cellophane.
the figure below the normal waistline.
The new middy influence in blouses ac
counts for many nrrlvnls in this class
and nre the most interesting addition
to the sports group that spring has
So long as the slognn of most blouse
manufacturers Is "always something
new" wc shnll have constantly chang
ing expressions of accepted styles.
Coherence la given them by the
materials nnd trimmings whlcli are In
greatest demand und nre given as long
as they are asked for.
In every representative display ol
spring blouses many crepo de chine
models ure found in nil groups,
whether "tailored," "costume" oi
"sports." The pretty costume blouses,
TWO PRETTY COSTUME BLOUSES
There are many odd now trimmings
for whlcli It is hard to find an expres
sive name. The last hat In the group
is nn off-the-fnee shape covered with
a millinery fabric that has a mossy but
glittering surface. The new "match"
trimming with cabochons and other
jnmments, applied to the upward llar
(ng brim, and additional decoration of
embroidery silk, reveals much pains
taking hand work with materials that
merit the care lavished upon them.
There nre large hots In tjie displays
and their number will Increase with
tho coming of summer, hut oyen then
the smaller hats will outnumber them.
Beauty does homage to summer al
ways, in wide brimmed, picturesque
dress hats, and we will find them flow
er laden this year, hut the sports hat
must bo reckoned with, and It Is not
The story of spring blouses repeats
the affirmations of its opening chap
ter, ns It develops. We have still to note
us shown here, are made of tills ex
quisite fabric and simply trimmed with
beads and for sponsor they look to no
less an uuthorlty than Paris. Both
have round necks and sleeves cut In
one with the body of the blouse, but
the model at the left adopts the long
sleeved mode nnd Is content to end
Its career ut the waistline. It is
very full nnd gathered in at tho neck
by rows of shlrrings. Tho long sleeves
are finished with n peasant cult.
The very simple slip-over blouse nt
the right, decorated with beads and
embrolde'ry silk, elects to abbreviate
Its sleeves, but adds to Its length n
narrow pcplum. It is a pretty affair
with n narrow belt made of (ho crepe
orruoHT tr vnwN wwvu umjoh
Helen was a freshman nt Short
rldgo High school and was proud of
her new ring bearing tho school In
slgnln. Tho waiter at tho restaurant whero
she went said something that to Helen
sounded like "Shortridge?" to whlcli
she promptly replied, gazing at her
ring, which she supposed ho had no
ticed : "Yes, aro you from there, too?"
Tho waiter looked bored, and then
repeated his request: "Short ribs or
roast beef?" Indianapolis News.
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Your little one will love tho "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup" even if
constipated, bilious, Irritable, feverish,
or full of cold. A teaspoonful never
falls to cleanse the liver and bowels.
In a few hours you can seo for your
self how thoroughly it works all tho
sour bile, and undigested food out of
tho bowels and you-lmve a well, play
ful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today saves n sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for genu
ine "California Fig Syrup," which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
You must say "California" or you may
get an Imitation tig syrup. Advertlso-
A certain senator, who Is a closo
student of American dialects, thought
he had detected from the speech of
the driver of the coach In which he
was driving through the Yellowstone
park tlio region from which tho reins
"You come from Missouri, do you
not?" the senator askea.
The driver pulled In his four horses,
set his brake with his foot, and turned
impressively toward the senator,
"Scniitor," ho said, "my father 'n'
mother onct went to Missouri on a
visit, and they visited there twenty
years. During tho tlmo I was born;
but I want to tell you right now thet
I'm no denied Mlssouriani" Hur
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And with WrMey's three old HiMk
standbys also affording friendly wPB
aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap- J&' lK&aH
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petite and digestion. jcSrSyH mvH
Soothing, thirst-quenching. vfc3uWjBHpW
Making the next cigar yKSfSSKW
taste better. yMtSKr
Kirk Elder Man, I'm shocked tae
hear you're gaun toe get marrlt tae
a lassie o' nineteen.
Angus Och, she's tho samo ago as
ma first wife when I marrlt her. Tlt-Blts.
Objection to Scrapping.
Mermaid What Is that sign you put
Neptune Visitors nre forbidden to
throw ships In the water.
PURE WATER WITHOIJT COLOR!
Has Blu Tint Only When a Largo
Quantity of It Is Under One's
Wnter In Its purest stnto Is practi
cally colorless, except that It has a
blue tint when a considerable amount
of It Is viewed together. The water
of Loch Katrine In Scotland Is nearly
puro chemically, although it contains
a very small amount of carboniferous
matter, which gives it n faint brown
tinge. Water, under somo circum
stances, looks ns If It was full of col
or, and this happens when light thrown
upon It Is rcflocted back again, ns in
tlw case of a soap bubble and of a
rainbow, the latter being formed of
drops of rain that reflect back tho
sunlight, broken up Into its different
parts which resemble tho colors of a
rainbow. Stagnant or "had"- water
scefns to have colors on it becauso
of the different forms of life growing
on Its surfaeo and .forming layers
which reflect tho light back and forth.
Tho waves of light interfere with each
other and cause colors. Perfectly pure
water hns a tasto from tho wilts dis
solved In It and frohi the atmospher
ic gases, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon
dioxide which It contains.
Too much dignity Is dangerous.
An attorney of Lbs Angeles ndvei
Used for u;chnufTour. Somo twenty
odd responded and were being que
tioned us to qualifications, elllclencj
and whether married or single. Flnnlly(
turning to n negro chap, ho suld: '
"How about you, George; nro"yoO
Quickly the negro responded:
"Naw-sir, boss, naw-sir. Ah make
mah own HvlnV Judge. "
Early Cretans. '4
Excavations In Crete have estab
lished the existence of n people
whose form of civilization wns th
curliest In Europe. A huge palace
has been unearthed at Knossos with
a dralnuge system described as "abso
But That's Her Work.
Hero is n now definition of a "flap
per": "A young girl with no educo
tlon and a distinct aversion to any;
tiling like work, who seems somehow
or other to annex men." Salem News
"There is one industry which needi
to keep on the Jump." "What Js. that?
"Hop Growing." Baltimore Amer
When you encourage sick peoplj
you nre helping tho doctor. -
He beat the train to the crossing
a good many times
"It's never touched me yet,"
he explained when they pointed
out the risks.
That's the answer a good
many people make when they
hear that the drug element in
tea and coffee often harms
nerves and health. They say it's
never touched them yet.
Sometimes they only think
Wakeful nights, drowsy
days, headaches that keep com
ing more fre-
are blamed on
bad luck when
the blame be
longs on bad
judgment in taking needless
chances with harm.
Over on the safe side is
Postum, a pure cereal beverage,
delicious and satisfying - con
taining nothing that can harm
nerves or digestion. Thousands
who used to try their luck with
tea or coffee are enthusiastic over
having found safety and satis
faction in Postum.
It's worth your while to make
the test with Postum for ten
days. Postum is a delightful
drink for any member of the
family, at any meal.
Your grocer has both forms of Postum:
Instant Postum (in tins) made Instantly in tha
cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum
Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those
who prefer to make the drink while tho meal Is
being preparcdmado by bolllngfor 20 minutes.
Postum for Health
"There's a Reason"
Mad by Postum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Croelc, Mich.