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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMLWEEKLY TRIBUNE
"GASGARETS" FOB LIHUMELS No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Got a 10-cont box. Aro you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets, or merely forcing n passngoway overy few days with Salts, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or Purgatlvo "Waters? Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascarets thoroughly clcanso and reg ulate tho stomach, remove the sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excesn bllo from tho llvor and carry out of tho system all tho constipated waste matter and poisons In tho bowels. A Cascaret to-night will malto you feel great by morning. They work while you sleep nevor gtlpo, sicken or causo any Inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women tako a Cascaret now and then and never havo Headache, Biliousness, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. Knew What Would Happen. Lovely weather, isn't it? A lady whom we know went to see tho doctor yesterday. "Well, how are you today?" said tho physician cheerfully. "Well, doctor," she replied, "the cold I caught Tuesday is a little bet ter, thanks to your prescription. Hut the one I caught Thursday is much worse. Tho thing I called to see you for, however. Is the sovero cold I caught last night." Tho doctor sat down and wroto a long line of hieroglyphics. "Here," he said, "Is something for tho one you catch this evening with that V-neck and those skimpy skirts Good afternoon!" THE RIGHT SOAP FOR BABY'S SKIN In the care of baby's skin and hair, Cutlcura Soap 13 tho mother's fa vorite. Not only Is It unrivaled In purity and refreshing fragrance, but its gentle emollient properties are usually sufficient to allay minor irri tations, remove redness, roughness and chafing, soothe sensitive condi tions, and promote skin and hair health generally. Assisted by Cutl cura Ointment, It is moBt valuable In tho treatment of eczemas, rashes and Itching, burning Infantllo eruptions. Cutlcura Soap wears to a wafer, often outlasting soVeral cakes of ordinary soap and making Its uso most eco nomical. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free.wlth 32-p. Skin Book. Address post card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. Not That Kind. "Do you eat much meat, my dear sir?" "No, indeed, doctor; I am a valetu dinarian." Not Worth the Wear and Tear. Tho Beggar Oh, lady a halfpenny but What a pity to open a beautiful bag for such a trifle! Restored To Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Montpelier, Vt. "Wo havo groat faith in your remedies. I was very ir regular and was tired and sleepy all tho time, would havo cold chills, and my hands and feet would bloat. My stomach I..- lrttlinor1 mn T Vim? i' ,'!! pain in my side and .!(: WUMlWtbU ua A ttu a bad headache most of the time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound has done mo lots of good and I now feel fine. I am regular, my stomach is better and my pains havo all left me. You can use my name if you like. I am proud of what your reme dies havo done for me." Mrs. Mary Gautmer, 21 Ridgo St., Montpelier, Vt. An Honest Dependable Medicine It must be admitted by every fair minded, intelligent person, that n medi cine could not live and grow in popular! tjr for nearly forty years, and to-day hold a record for thousands upon thousands of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetablo Compound, without possessing great virtue and actual worth. Such medicines must bo looked upon and termed both standard and dependable by every thinking person. If you havo the slightest doubt that Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you.wri to toLydiaE.PinlchamMedicinoCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass.,f or ad vice. Your letter avIH ho opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation ot merit. Jlelpn to eradicate rinriitrutf. For Restoring Color and Beauty toGrny or Faded Hair, 60c and tl 00 a lnicirlt. WOMAN IN BAD CONDITION TtiTfrriy 'i i.i m-i't w ,1, i ist r' til" Y" XJ .7 . 1 M 1CT MW i1 vr- i MMIIMI ',11 H J KEEPING GRAPES FRESH DURING WINTER , I., , . I, I i , . -i .-.-.-- ...,-- Handsome Clusters Are Preserved my MKS J B OMTZKE ) If you have a cool, dry cellar or fruit-room and the best-keeping varie ties, the question of keeping grapes in the winter Is a simple one. At tile great vineyards the grapes aro brought in from the vines in long, shallow picking-boxes, holding perhaps forty pounds, which are stored one above another in tho fruit houses and left there until wanted for market or oth er purposes. Months after they come out as fresh s when picked If the room Is damp, or tho grapes placed in too large or deep boxes, tlioy will mold. Thick kinned grapes like the Ca tawba, I. .bellas, or Wilder keep best, while such tender skinned ones as tho Concord are tho poorest; yet I have kept Concords up to January by packing them in market baskets In dry sawdust. A simple method is to place grape leaves between layers of grapes as you pick them, or sheets of paper. These keep the clusters from press ing agalnts one another too closely, thus preventing mold and decay. Handsome clusters are preserved by cutting a piece of tho vine with each and placing one end in a bottle of water, nlso by covering the stem of the cluster at the point wore cut with wax. Remember to avoid too dry, too damp, and too warm rooms. Grapes should be kept as near the freezing point as possible, and not freeze. Of course all this is a little trouble, but you will feel well repaid for It when you serve delicious grapes at your Christmas and New Year's dinner. One grower keeps grapes In the fol lowing way: Pick them on a clear day, using grape-scissors so as not to hand! much, removing all Impv fect berries and placing in clean, dry, earthen jars In layers a bunch deep, and filling the Jar in this way. Put a double sheot of paper over the top layer, and over this tho cover of tho jar Strong, unbleached cotton Is pasted entirely over tho cover bo that no air can possibly enter When this covering has fully dried and har COMPLETE ERADICATION OF DODDER PEST riJS&KtJ WW A 0 ysm& "sssSfes r FvrrmSBEL s&sm I W ' ACMMHb y AM ' ' vm. 1. x- Jfr,. "V0 , lw St "" A - - 1&23atf Cw -" v ,i5c '- . &JL1 s .jA,1 P i f. ft Dodder Is a Leaflcns Annual With Very Slender Red or Yellow Stems, Is a Degenerate Parasytlc Twinei'. Dodder Is Common In Low, Weedy, Places, and la One of Our Greatest Pests. Tho MIsbouri experiment station has found as the result of analyzing n great many samples of alfalfa that as much as 28 per cent, of theso snmplos contain dodder while in the caso of red clover seed 6 per cent, of the samples carried a percontago of dod der. Dodder grows In a peculiar way and instead of feeding upon tho soil like other plants, it lives upon the Juices of tho legume, in appearance It Is a "yellowish leafless vino." It entwines the legume plants and if it is not checked It will entiroly destroy the crop. by Cutting a Piece of the Vine. dened, the jars arc burled on a dry knoll below action of frost, a stako being driven in over each Jar to bIiow where it Is when wanted. Cntawba, and similar thick-skinned grapes keep ell In this way. HOW TO SUPER A COLONY OF BEES Among Other Things See That Each Honey Box Is New and Clean With a New Starter. (By WARD II. rOSTEIl, Jieo Inspector, Colorado Agricultural College ) The super, or case that holds the pound section honey boxes, should bo placed on tho hive before they get the lower htvo filled with honey. Seo that each honey box Is new and clean with a new starter of comb foundation securely placed in the cen ter of the top of each box. If you sell honey for shipping it Is highly important to have a narrow strip of thin comb foundation at tho bottom also. Tho best filled sections aro so cured whore wooden separators are used between tho rows of honey boxes. Look Into tho boxes twice each weok to see that none of the starters pull off when tho bees be gin to draw off the wax. If they do drop down or come loose, remove the honey box and put In another starter or a new ready prepared box The starter can be fastened by using n warm Knife dipped in soap subs, pressing tho edge of tho wax starter Into the wood. When tho super is half full of honey, put another super on top and as soon as the bees begin working In It place it below tho first super which will probably be readv to rcniovo n few days later. Injurious to Apples. Do not uso red cedar as a wind break tree near an orchard. It gives a harbor to one stage of tho npple I rust which is very Injurious to apples. x. , . fcJEF. a 8C u W04& 2V y J$wt w ...&"' lz r " A Kt r yf The destruction of this pest means that a drastic measure must bo ap plied, namely, tho cutting of the In fested portion of the Held and the burning of tho product when it has become dried out. It Is suggested by Prof. J. C. Hackclman of tho Mis souri station, that where tho patches aro small it will pay to scatter straw over tho surfuco before burning in order to insuro complete eradication Special attontlon is called to the fact that the removal of Infested hay from one pnrj of tho field to the otlier can only result In contaminating a larger area. GOOD BOAD5 GOOD ROADS DURING WINTER School Districts and Neighborhoods Can Do a Little Community Work From Time to Time. In every community having dirt highways tho roads aro usually hotter In lato autumn thnn at any other tlmo In tho year. Wo ought to try to keep them that wny, says a Missouri writer In tho Knrm Progress. Wo enn do so by in dividual efforts. Scliool districts and neighborhoods can do a littlo commu nity work from tlmo to tlmo through the winter and tho roads will be good at least until tho deop thaws next March. I know how It Is In a good many neighborhoods. If thero Is one man who gets tho rond-dragging fover and workB a few days now and then on tho highway, the rost of tho community looks on. Initially tho lone worker gets disgusted Ho has reason to when there Is no co-operation. Iist fall seven of us living along one of the county seat highways man aged to keep up our Inturost noaily all winter. Wo hitched to the road drag every chanco wo got. Ono man was plowing about a mllu- down the road from his house. Iustead of riding back aud forth in a wagon, ho hitched his Good Road In Buchanan County, Mio sourl. team to tho road drag, making two round trips of a two-miles each every day. That road was In excellent shape nearly all winter. It is still ono of the best pieces of highway in the county with tho exception ot tho motnllod roads. South of hero a few miles tho mer chants In a littlo town resorted to a dozon different plans to got tho farm ers to keep dragging tho roads last winter. They mado price reductions to tho men who drovo into town pull lng road drags. Tho farther tho drags had come tho more tho reductions. Tlioy advertised these planB extensive ly, gained a good deal of trado, had a steady trado all winter because of tho good roads and tho whole community was benefited by better transportation facilities. It is remarkable how many miles ot road a man enn drag who gives some thought and just a littlo tlmo to keep ing the highways In good ahapo. No mattor how badly "cut up" tho high way may bo if tho surfaco Is soft the road drag will smooth It down wonder fully Thero was hardly a week last winter when overy one of tho seven men who formed tho agreement failed to drag live or six miles of the high way. Where tho school is lively and vig orous thero Is always a chauco of get ting tip some road-dragging enthusiasm thero. Every mnn In the neighborhood Is interested in tho school; that tho women aro interested goes without saying Good roads all winter mean a bettor attendance A meeting most any Friday afternoon at tho school house ought to result in n good many miles of dragged road tho noxt day. KEEP THE STRAIGHT ROADS Department" of Agriculture Advocates Building Highways Around Hills Instead of Over Them. Tho United States department of ag riculture is advocating the plan of building roads around bills Instead of over them From tho road builders' standpoint this Is a simple way to avoid expensive grading. From tho practical Htandpolnt it will nevor do, excopt perhaps in a few excoptlonnl cases. The straight section lino roads give tho farmer- rectangular fields, which aro worked with tho mlulmum of Inconvenicnco A triangular field, or ono odd shaped In any way, greatly increases tho labor of almost overy Hold operation. Added to this Incon venience of farmers Is tho danger to road users from curves In those days of rapidity moving automobiles. Tho only practical way to do away with hills In tho roads Is to cut through thorn. Coarse Feed for the Cow. Olvo tho cow all tho coarso feed she will eat, such as roots, sllago and forage Then grain ono-fourth to ono. third of a pound per day as sho gives milk. This method Insures that tho cow gets enough to eat, yet not so much concentrates as to Injure hor. 4li'x $& 'bu Weak Heart Many pcoplo Buffer from weak hearts. They may experienco Bhortncss of breath on exertion, pain over tho heart, or dizzy fcclinps, oppressed broathinp; after moal3 or their oyca become blurred, tho heart is not BUincientiy strong to pump uioou to tno cxtremiuca, anu they havo cold hands and feet, or poor nppotito becauso of weakened blood nupply to tho Btomncli. A heart tonlo and oltoratlvo should bo taken whleh haa no bad of ter-effoct. Such lit Dr. Pierce's Goldea Medical Discovery vrhloh oontalns no dancorono xmrootloo or alcohol. It holpo tho human eyztcmln tho constant mnnufactura of rich, red Mood. It helps tho otomach to asslmllata or tnUoun thoproper elements from tho food, thereby helping digestion and caring dyspepsia, heart-burn and many uncomfortablo ynip toma, otopa czccsslvo tlssuo wasto In convalescence from even; for tho run down, anaaalc, thln-bloodod pcoplo, tha "Discovery" Is refreshing and vltalmnc. In UquU or tablet form at mot! drug for or SO ona-ctrt ttamptfor trial box to Dr.PUrcm' Invalid' Hotel. Buffalo. N. V. Raul Chrptor VTI on Circulatory Orsaru liound UOOUor lUOupaCft'ultcnrvceiUKOrt anicrnicsianilll. naur-wia a nwrrn. "" BISTEMPEK ler;;; lilf cam md pltlTo prerrnllTe.nopilter liow honxw t nTait i-r infected or' viiiowil " Mould iJlren on inn toiiRv i acta on the mood and tlUmiHi etpria m 1 oleonou, aerme from tha body. CurmlHeteniper In loir andMiwpanilCholirnm I'miltnr. GirxeeelllirvllteMock remedy. I urea la l.rlH'o amonn banian i ueti BJ. and I. a line Kidney remedy. Mo and It a Imtilei tt aud tlo a, dnirn. utttlout. KeeplU i how tovoiirdrmtsrWt.wliowllliretitforyou. lieo llooklot, 'DliUiIr Cauee and I'urea." Bpti tal aitenU nantvAi. SPOHN MEDICAL CO,, tfa.oB.na,. GOSHEH, IND U. S. A. .racfftrsn RgiwunM JOHNNY COOK The Loader of tho Leaders asgircaranKg eehsehh V5 ' ''"t". reaf Western mmmmn Oompany Soulh Omaha, Nebraska Nearly every man Is willing to do hlu duty as ho soes It. yistonlnliltic Tobacco Uoniodjr Guaranteed to InMiintly rriuovotaslnfor clcareitoa or tubmen In any Junn.or moiioy cheorfiilly refunded. Bond tbc and rerelm wondortul remedy by rntuni mntl. Address btik K, Tubtrru ll.ftnt, !., Illcklla, kai.fti. Ad? Misunderstood. German Vat I can do, I will do. Wag Here, we've had enough of that Vatican controersy. Interested the Feline. "Serenaded my girl last night." "Any member of tho family come out?" "Only the cat." It Would Be Apparent. Mrs. nieechor (upstairs) Ilridgot, havo .you turned tho gns on In tho parlor, as I told you? Tho new domestic Jewel Yls, mum; can't yo smell It? Afraid of Lawyers. An old colored man, charged with stealing chickens, waa arraigned In court nnd was Incriminating himself when tho judgo said: "You ought to havo a lawyer. Where Is your law yer?" "Ah ain't got no lawyer, Jedgc," said tho old man. "Very well, then," said his honor, I'll assign a lawyer to defend you." "Oh, no, suh; no, sub! Please don't do dat!" tho darky begged. "Why not?" nsked tho Judge. "It won't cost you unything. Why dou't you want a lawyer?" "Well, Jedgo, Ah'll tell you, suh." said tho old man, waving his tattered old hat confidentially. "lilt's Jcs dls way Ah wan' tub enjoy dem chick ens mnhso'f!" FRIENDLY TIP. Restored Hpe and Confidence. After several years of indigestion md its attendant ovll inllucnco on the mind, it is not very surprising thnt ono ilnally losus faith in things gen erally. A N. Y. woman writes an interesting etter. Sho says: "Three yearn ago I suffered from an attack of peritonitis which left me in d mofct miserable condition. For over two ycarB I suffered from nervousness, weal: henrt, shortness of broath, could aot sleep, etc. "My npprtito was ravenous but I felt sturvod (ill tho tlmo. I had plenty of food but It did not nourish mo bo :ause of intestinal indigestion Med! ;al treatment did not seem to help. I jot discouraged, stopped medlclno and did not care much whether I lived or died. "Ono day a frlond naked mo why I didn't try Grape-Nuts tood, stop drink ing coffeo and uso Postum I had loot faith in everything, but to please my friend I began to uso both and soon bcenmo very fond of them. "It wnsn't long before I got nomo strength, felt a decided chango in my systom, hopo sprang up in my heart md slowly but surely I got better. I could sleep very well, tho constant craving for food censed and I havo better hoalth now than beforo tho at tack of peritonitis. "My husband and I nro still using Grape-Nuts and Postum." Nnmo given by Postum Co., Tlattlo Creek, Mich Read "Tho Rontl to Well villo," in pkgB "Tfiero a a IteaBon." I2cr reml fbo nlioip letter f A iiptt one- mpiir from tlmei to time, Tliry nre genuine, (rue, iinil full of buiiinu Uitercvt. tn lKi "Medical Addiei"-- A French cloth- ;:vr vl :ns :xAZxr2rtLtLK.7Ui u Feed and feeding stock are both expensive this year, and you can't afford to throw away any of your hard-earned cash on any thing but the BEST ot service. Don't "take a chance," but get the BST by send ing your live stock to Paw Knows Everythlnn. Willie I'aw, what 1b a piece do re sistance? Paw A steak after your mother gets through frying it, my boh. Maw You go to bed, Willie. Very Near It. Sonny Pn, what is a split inflnl tlvo? Pa Something llko this, Alabama ought to lovo Mobile. ENDS DYSPEPSIA, ESTI1 GAS 'Tape's Diapepsln" cures sick, sour stomachs in five minutes Time It! . i "Renlly docs" put bad stomachs In order "really does" overcome indiges tion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and aournoEs In flvo minutes that just that makoa Papo's Diapepsln the lar gest selling stomach regulator in tha world. If what you eat ferments Into stubborn lumps, you belch gas aud oructato sour, undigested food and acid; head ia dizzy and aches; breath foul; tonguo coated; your inaldes filled with bile and indigestible wasto, re member tho moment "Papo's Diapep sln" cornea in contact with tho stomach, all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvelous, and tho joy is its harmlessness. A largo fifty-cent caso of Papa's Dia pepsln will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction. ,11'b worth its weight In gold to men. nnd women who can't get their stom achs regulated. It belongs in your home should always bo kept handy in caso of a sick, Bour, upset stomach dining tho day or at night. It's tho quickest, surest and most harmlesai stomach doctor in tho world. Adv. Which Cla8s7 "Thero Is a woman out in tho street hobbling along " "Crippled or stylish?" -- sSS aYeeir Sfii Immigration ficurea show that tho ! population of Canada -ncreased dur ing 1 9 1 3, by tho addition of 400,000 ( no settlers from tho Unitod States and Europe. Most of thoso have gono on farms in provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Lord William Percy, an Unellsh Nobleman, lays: "Tha nossibllltles and ccportunltlos ottered i by tho Canadlin West ara so Infinitely crealer than those which exist In Ensland, that It cecms absurd to think that people J should be Impeded from comlnir to thai country where they can most easily ana certainly Improve their position. New districts are beinir opened up. which will make accessabla a great number of homesteads In district! especially adapted to mixed farm- lng and drain raising. For Illustrated literature and reduced railway rates, apply to Supt. ol Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to W.V. BENNETT Dae BuildlnR Omolin, Nob. CajihUu UetrrDmmi 4tal !i!G fWk Sri Fa h JSm g&2& WaiiffMwp I KjltmTX 'Jill W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 5-1914.