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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIEUXE.
lis Medicine Recommended by a Doctor 2 DR. J. H. WAGNER isfy beyond a doubt that PE - RU - PE-RU-NA may bo purchased Reminded Him. A well-known preacher was giving one of his stirring discourses, when 'he remarked: "Ah t that reminds me of something 1 shnll never forget." Then he stopped nnd thought, and, lifter thinking and waiting a long time, ll-UUJ IU till' iiniUilliMlllJUMl UL U1U congregation, he said: "Dear mo, I can't think of whnt it f s 1" Pittsburgh Chroulcle-Telegrnph. OUT 0' LUCK Never mind I Just take Cascarets if Bilious, Constipated Everyone must occasionally give to tfhe bowels some regular help or else suffer from constipation, bilious at Uicks, stomach disorders and sick head ache. But do not whip the bowels Into activity with harsh cathartics. What tho liver and bowels need is gentle and natural tonic, one that an constantly bo used without harm. The gentlest liver nnd bowel tonic Is "'Cascarets." They put the liver to work and cleanse the colon and bowels of all waste, toxins and poisons with out griping (hey never sicken or In convenience you like Calomel, Salts, Oil or Purgatives. Twenty-five million boxes of Cas carets are sold each year. They work while you sleep. Cascarets cost so lit tle too. Adv. The Important One. A young stenographer was discuss ing her Christinas shopping with tho jglrl who worked across the hall from 'hor. "I've got something for. all my nieces and nephews except the new est one," she said, "and she Is only two months old, Can't you suggest something for a baby of that age?" Tliu other girl smiled. "Why are .you going t) get her anything?" siio asked. "A baby two months old loesn't know there Is such a thing as Christinas." "No," agreed tho stenographer then added wisely: "Hut her mother loes.' Fit Not Needed. A rather plainly dressed young man wont Into a furnishing goods store and asked to see a suit of clothe-. "Oh, don't bother about fitting it, Just wrap It up as It Is anil, by the way, put In ii hat." "What size, please?" "Any old number around seven will lo." "Any shirts?" ventured, the clerk, woiulcringly selecting a lint. "Yep, throw In three or four, and don't mind the size, for I wns a pri vate in the A. H. V. for over a year, and I'm afraid If 1 got any duds to (It me now I won't feel at home," said tiro former soldier. Tonshun 21. Record In Dry-Docking. A world's record In dry-docking Achievement was established recently by the 30.000-ton floating dry dock of the Morse Dry Dock and Repair com pany of Brooklyn, N. Y.. when tho S. S. Minnesota, tho largest cargo carrier afloat, was lifted In minutes actual (tumping time. A spinster says that dying an old maid Is easier than living one. Rich men have coffers and poor men tinve couchs. A Morning Grape-Nuts certainly does hearten one up for the day. Why shouldn't it? GrapeNuts is ready-cooked, ready-sweetened, and contains just those good elements nature requires for the strength to do things. Make Grape-NlltS your home cereal ' "Theres a Reason " When a doctor uaos a mcdlclno hlm sclf besides prescribing It to his patlontff, he must know that It has merit. This Is what Dr. J. H. Wagner, a prom inent physician of Skato, Kentucky, has to say about Dr. Hartman's well-known remedy, PE-RU-NA: "I have used PE-ItU-NA myself for catarrh and havo given It to others for catarrh, bloating after eating nnd other ailments. It ha? proved a success In all cases with old nnd young men nnd women. All speak well of PE-RU-NA. It is tho best of all tonics." Dr. Wagner, out of tho fullness of hla own personal experience, for tho good of all sick and suffering, recommends a mcdlclno which ho knows to bo good. You may bo suro a doctor would not en danger his professional roputation by endorsing PE-RU-NA unless satisfied be yond a doubt of its value. Whether your troublo bo a cough or a cold, or a moro subtlo catarrhal offcctloa of tho stomach, bowels or other organs, givo PE-RU-NA a trial. Tho immediate improvement which vou will neo will sat NA is what you need. anywhero in tablet or liquid form. It Is quite easy 16 convince somo married men that It is good to bo alnne. No harmful drugs in Qnrficld Tea. It is composed wholly of simple, health-giving herbs. Adv. Tho man who thinks doesn't talk much ; the tniin who talks much, sel dom thinks. A Feeling of Security You naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of "purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root. It is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in tcnspoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and blad der troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. If you need a medicine, you should have the best. On sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish iirst to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uingliamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. Het Point of View. The house whore granny lived wns said to be haunted, and tlfteen-year-old Erlc was rather nervous of sleep ing alone In it. During the first night he fancied lie heard all sorts of strange noises, too. So In the morning he tackled the old lady. "Do you believe in spirits, granny?" lie asked. The old lady thought deeply for n moment, then suddenly her face brightened, and she said slowly: "Well, they do say that whisky's good for rheumatism !" Frank Confesisons. "May I ask what you are reading?" "The memoirs of n lion tamer." "I presume he never saw a wild an imal he was afraid of?" "Oh yes. That's why I like the book. He writes entertainingly of times when the hypnotic power of his eye was nothing, but his ability to sprint was everything." Birmingham Age-Herald. Beyond Doubt. Tin class in business organization at the Arsenal technical schools was listing the essentials of production, which Included manageinent. D. C. Morgan, teacher, defined the meaning of the word nnd cited examples of "good managers." To illustrate a poor manager, he asked, "What would you call a cook who put one cup of sugar and Kirty-elght eggs In a cake?" "I should call hor a rich woman," answered ono pupil Instuntly. Talking Back to the Parcon. "I fear, doctor, I am not good enough to go to church." "But, my dear nindam, it Isn't your goodness, It's your desire." "But I'm not good enough to havo any desire." Boston Transcript. Sense of Humor. "Has your wife a sense of humor?" "Yes," replied Mr. Growcher, "of a kind. She thinks that everybody who doesn't wear the same absurd fashions she does Is Immensely funny." Dish Of MODE DEMANDS SEPARATE SKIRTS EVKRY duj sees the sport skirt and the hygienic blouse growing in im portance, and It looks now ns though they are to crowd tho tailored suit for wear upon some occasions where, here tofore, the latter has reigned supreme. For Instance, sport skirts, hygienic blouses and summer sweater coats or sweaters appear often on railway trains, when their wearers are making short trips. They are practical for clean trips that is, where oil Instead of coal is used In the engines, and there are no cinders or smoke. They are sponsored by people who dress well- nnd we may look for them to per sist In the use, for frequenters of the California and southern resorts have established a precedent. Among the new arrivals In these separate skirts there are some Inter esting blnck and white models In fou lard or similar silks and u few striped taffetas have entered the contest for Revivals and AMONG the accessories of dress which the smnrt shops uro featur es, then are to bo found revivals of ovely things that pleased the gentle ivomen of two or three generations ago. Mong with the vogue for shorter ileeves came tho lace mlts, to make a )ld for favor, and lace stockings to he worn with satin slippers, or other 3nery in tho way of footwear. Natu rally in their oompnny we find tho older :ypes of fans, like that shown in tho picture above, tho cut steel slipper luckles, together with headed, knitted md crocheted purses anil wlile jrlmmed, liower trimmed hats. They ire all enchanting, with a flavor of old time elegance. Among new arrivals there are some natched sets In sports clothes thnt leein destined to success, with people vho can afford them. They are tho lew skirts, scarfs nnd hats made to natch, or skirts, scarfs and parasols, r scarf, bag and hat ; In fact almost iny combination of not more than three pieces. They are a triumph at south srn resorts ami will Journey north and reappear In the summer on tho bunches, n the mountains, and elsewhere. These sets are classed among sports lotltes. but somo other way of deserlb- xxxxxx fnvor, the latter in colors and white as well as black and white. All these skirts, with dainty lingerie blouses, look well. The light, open-knit sweater, In black yarn, trimmed with white, fol lows naturally and is very smart, but the gayer colors look well also with these blnck and white skirts nnd white blouses. In wool there are such good speci mens as are pictured above. There Is not much to say about the detnlls of these skirts, for they are nearly all simply made this season. This one Is straight with fiat box-plaits over tho hips and Inverted plaits at tho back to dispose of the fullness. The set-In pockets reveal a very clever, Ingenuity. They appear to be straps with rounded ends turned back nnd fastened with small blnck and white buttons. Two very large buttons .of the same kind fasten the wide belt. New Arrivals 1 nig them must be found, for that term is too narrow. "Pastime clothes" fits pretty well. They are of several degrees f costliness and expenslveness out of i he' category of Inexpensive things en tirely. Still, a clever needlewoman ! might ncqulre a mntched set without i too much extravagance by making the ; pieces herself. One very hnndsomo set Is made of white figured fanlasl silk combined i with white and sapplilro blue striped silk of tho same kind. This upper part of the, skirt Is of tho all whlto J and the side pnnels nnd border of tho i striped silk. Tho long scarf .Is whlto i with borderd ends in the stripe and I the crown of the soft hat Is also white, I tmt the uprolllng brim Is striped. One can think nf many color combinations that would bo as adorablo us this inus terpleco In blue and white. There Is a decided voguo for tho dark silk blouse which will he wel comed by women who go in for the. practical things. Bringing to By an nrrnnRcmcnt just completed The Omnha Bee, in con junction with The Chicago Tribune, "The World's Greatest Newspaper," is receiving the complete special news service of a brilliant staff of writers in every part of the world, to--prettier with the superlative feature service of The Chicago Tribune. This special news service is handled over a leased wire DIRECTLY INTO THE OMAHA BEE OFFICE, and will appear in The Boo on tho same days as in The Chicago Tribune. Among the Correspondents Are: Arthur Scars Hcnning at Wah Ington. Floyd Gibbons, Henry Wales and Betty Benthuysen at Pari. Parke Brown, Berlin. John Steele, London. ' Thomas Stewnrt Rynn in the Baltic, with headquarters at Riga. Frnzicr Hunt, en tour around the world. George W. Weeks at Mexico City. And others in the most active countries of the globe. Included also aro the dispatches of the foreign staff of New York Time. THE OMAHA BEE mumwmumwt mfmkfa Think what Farm located near Paris as a Waterlnn Place. The Paris muulclpul council, at Its closing meeting of 1010, voted a res olution In favor of tho capital being olllcially "classed" as a watering place. The object of the motion Is to enable the city to collect a sinnll poll tax on vlxltors In order to swell the municipal revenues, as Is already dono In other watering places. While agreeing that such a tax probably would bring in a good round sum, tho Figaro criticizes the proposal as hardly in keeping with the, city's trn dltlons. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR A COLD Gays Cream Applied In Nostrils Opens Air. Passages Right Up. Instant relief no waiting. Your clogged nostrils open right up; the nlr passages of your head clear nnd you can breathe freely. No moru hawking Blinding, blowing, headache, dryness No struggling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Hnlin from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It pen etrates through every air passago of the head, soothes the inflamed or swol len mucous uiembrunennd relief comes instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv. Very Likely. "What do you suppose Mars can be signaling us for?" ' 1 "1 guess ho wants an engagement as n movlng-plcturi, stur." There ia no excuse for the dyspeptic with Garfield Tea accessible at every drug store. -Adv. A man mny he fast nlsieep and too slow to get out of his own way when nwnki. it Hatching Dollars i$ a book that tells you how money makes money ittells vou about high, class securities from which big men get tlieir incomes how you can buy these same safe securities by small payments. 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