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TITE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
"S3 SAYS NEW YORK Prominent Rochester Citi zen Tried Ten Years To Get Relief, But Tanlac Is Only Thing That Helped Him. One of the latest to testify regard ing the powers of Tnnlnc, the cele brated medicine which has been ac complishing such remarkable results, Is James J, Beasley, 102 Elmdorf Avenue, Rochester, Now York. Mr. Beasley has been chief record keeper for tho Department of Water Works, city of Rochester, for thirty years and Is u well known and highly re spected citizen. In referring to the remarkable recovery of his health by the use of Tanlac, Mr. Beasley said: "1 have been trying for ten years to Hud relief from n ciiko nf lvs- pepsla. Nothing over helped me to amount to anything until 1 cot Tan lac. This Is saying a great deal, for I did everything It seems that a man couiu.oo to mid relief. Of course, I . was hardly ever sick enough to go to bed and was most nlwnva nliln to keep going, but I Just never felt ngnt. At times during those ten years, my stomach would become sour like vinegar. I would havo an uncomfortablo bloated up Reeling af ter eating that would' last for hours. I suffered a great deal from nausea. At times my heart would Mutter nmi palpitate and 1 would become alarmed over my condition. My nerves were on edge all the time, and 1 became Irritable, nervous and restless. 1 had no strength or energy to do anything In fact I wasn't like mvself at nil Even a week or two aco It was an effort for me to get out of my chair and 1 felt as stiff and clumsy as an Early spring brines Herodotus says Xerxes' army which crossed the Hellespont numbered 2,. 600,000. FRECKLES Now Is tho Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots. There's no longer the slightest need oS teellng ashamed of your freckles, as Othlne double strength Is guaranteed to remove theso homely spots. Simply got an ounce of Othlne double strength from your druggist, and apply a little of It night and morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, whllo the lighter ones have vanished entirely. It Is seldom that more than one ounce Is needed to com. pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double strength Othlne, as this Is sold under guarantee of money back If It falls to remove freckles. The finest Iron In the world Is ob tained from tho mines of Dannamore, Sweden. Important to Moth ore Kxnmlne carefully every bottle of CASTOUIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature In Use for Over SJO Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Love Letters "Cholly can't really love me." "Why do you say that, girlie?" "lUs let ters seem to make sense." $ Begin Right Now to $ Conquer Your Rheumatism If you are going to again rely upon the liniment bottle to try to rub your Rheumatism away, you will be doomed again to nothing but disappointment A disease that can cause so much pain and Buffering is not on tho surfaco of ' the skin, and cannot be rubbed away. Many forms of Rheumatism are caused by a tiny disease germ in the blood, and in such cases the only logical treatment is to search out and remove these germs from What for CONSTIPATION CARTERS m IITTLE IVER PILLS Demand Petersen & Pefjau's TIP TOP BREAD MADE IN This famous bread Is the leading seller In 458 cities and towns throughout Nebraska, Iowa. Missouri, South Dakota, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming. Shipped fresh daily from our great sunlight bakery at Omaha. Demand It From Your Dealer Dealers Demand It for Your Trade PETERSEN & PEOAU BAKING CO.. OMAUA. NEBRASKA Nil JAMES J. BEASLEY Of Rochester, Naw York. 'old work horse.' "It is really remarkable what Tun' lac has accomplished in my case. It has relieved mo entirely of indlgcS' tion. I never have that distressing feeling any more after eating, and I feel perfectly lino In every way. will always feel grateful for what this wonderful medicine hns dono for me and 1 am only too glad to glvo it my heartiest endorsement." Tunlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. with It Coughs, Colds, Distemper. Be pre pared. Glvo your korso Spohn's Distemper Compound at the first sign of a cough. Better still, give tt as a preventive before he shows signs of sickness. "SPOHN'S" acts equally well as preventive or cure, uy reason or us germicidal qualities, It expels the iltseaae germs, abates fever, restores appetite and condition. 60 ennts and J1.15 per bottle. Buy of your druggist. HI'OHN MEDICAL COMPANY, GOSIIKN, INI). It's difficult to convince n man that he's a chump and If you do, what's tho use? Important to all Women Readers of this Paper Thousands upon thousands of women nave money or uiauuer trouble and never suspect it. Women's camnlaintn nfffm nmvn tn Vw nothing else but kidney trouble, or the rctfuu oi iuuney or uiaaucr disease. If thn InrlnpvH nr tinf in a lialtU. dition, they may cause the other organs 10 oecome diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, head ache and loss of ambition. jvn t.VJ.UUO, U1IM ble and may be despondent; it makes any one so. Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr Kilmers Swamp-Root, by restoring ntann 10 me Kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Many send for a sample bottle to see iai owamp-itoot, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. Bv enrlnaino tpn canfa TW Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., you may receive sample size bottle by Parcel Post. You can purchase medium and large size Dottles at all drug stores. Adv Says a sage: "Give me the man who whistles nt his work." All right, old chap; you can have him. tho blood. For this purpose there is no more satisfactory remedy than S.3.S., the fine old blood remedy that has been in use for more than fifty years, and has given such general satisfaction for Rheumatism. Begin taking S.S.S. todav, and if you will write a complete history of your case, our medical director will give you expert advice, with out charge. Address Chief Medical Director, 1G0 Swift Laboratory, At lanta, Go. to Do Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. They cleanse your system of all waste matter and Regulate Yonr Bowels. Mild as easy to take as SUgar. Genuine bear ilgnalurc yanytC Small PilL Small Dose. Small Price. OMAHA- 15 fie AMERICAN LEGION (Copr for This Department Supplied by tne American irion nttvra ocmcg.; LEGION MEN IN HOSPITALS One-Thlrd Ex-Servlce Boys In Institu tions Are Members of the f Great Organization. One-third of the ex-aervlee men who are confined In hospitals In thirty-two states are mem bers of tho Amer ican Legion, ac cording to Gerald J. Murphy, direc tor of the Legion's service division, who bases his re port on tlgures compiled In a na tional census of dlsublcd men ta ken by Uio Le gion. "With one-third of the disabled veterans enrolled in the Legion, agtilr.se one-flfth of tho other eligible ex-serv ice men, It Is shown that the disabled man realizes the results the Legion has obtained In Its campaign for Justice for tho sick and wounded of the World war", Mr. Murphy declared. "The dis abled man has not joined tho Legion for the selfish purpose of obtaining his own compensation, for ,the Legion serv ice 1b extended to veterans, regurdless of Legion membership. "Although the principal effort of the Legion 1b to aid the sick and wounded veteran, national and state legislation, Americanism work and many other projects bcncllcial to all ex-servlco men are being accomplished by the or ganization. These movements are ex pected to result In n greater percent age of Legion members among those who left the service without physical hnndlcaps." TO HOLD PRO-GERMAN MEETS Sessions Alleged for Purpose of Pro testing Against Negro Troops In French Army of Occupation. Fro-German meeUngs planned for the near future in a number of cit ies In the East and Middle West will be closely watched by Uie American IegIon, according to national head quarters of the ex-service men's or- ganlzaUon. The series of meetings. It Is understood, will bo held for the purpose of protesting against tho re ported presence of negro colonial troops In Uie French army of occu pation, despite Uio fact that the troops In qucsUon were withdrawn many months ago. Cities in which the meetings tiro scheduled are Milwaukee, Omaha, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chlcngo, Cleveland and New York. It Is understood Uiat Dr. Edmund von Mnch, who was rebuffed at Washing ton, D. C, In an effort to enlist tho aid of P. W. GalbrulUi, Jr., Legion na tional commander, In the project, and George Sylvester Vlerlck, notorious Iloche magazine editor, nre among tho hyphenated Americans who aro spon soring the movement A bulletin from Legion national headquarters, warning state head quarters to watch for an attempt to revive German propaganda and to cre ate sentiment In Amerlcu hostile to the allies, has been sent out, und filtps have been taken by naUonal offi cials to influence tho Department of Justice to prohibit tho meetings. "A recurrence of German propu- gnnda activity In Uds country is some- Uilng Uie Legion has been wutchlng for for some time," sujd Lemuel Bolles, nuUonnl adjutant of Uie Le gion. "I feel Uiat Uio greatest check to a movement of this kind will como from citizens of Teutonic extraction, of whose loyalty and sincerity there can bo no doubt Loyal Americans should know of Uio Blnlster efforts to turn sentiment In favor of tho naUon with which technically wo aro still ut war." NAVY HEAD SENDS GREETINGS Josephus Daniels, Retiring Secretary, Expresses Appreciation for Part In World War. A message of greedng and apprecia tion to the members of the American legion was written by Josephus Dan iels, former secretary of Uie navy, Just previous to his reUrement from olllce. Tho mcssago follows : "Upon my reUrement as the direct ing head of tho navy, which place I was privileged to hold during Uio World war, I wish to send a word of greeting and appreciation to all who belong to Uie American Legion und all who served Uiclr country In Uio army and navy during Uiose crucial days. It was a privilege I shall regard as tho most sacred in my life to havo been their comrade In those" great days. They truly saved tho clvlliza- Uon of tho world by their spirit and their valor. In tho days that aro to come tho world depends upon them for saving It from tho perils of peace. I have profound faith tUint Uiey will not bo wanting In Uio now call upon them for the same courage and wis dom In peace which Uiey manifested In war. LEGION MEN HIT BY RULING National Judge Advocate Decides Or. ganlzatlon Officer Ineligible If Holding Public Office.. A decision of far-reaching Impor tance as affecting Uio purtlclimtlon In politics of men holding olllce In tho American Legion has just been hand ed down by Robert A. Adams, na tional Judge advocate of Uio Legion, In response to nn Inquiry from tho Inter I'ost Council of Los Angeles, Cal. At Its annual election held In De cember a Los Angeles post elected dimming Follctte as commander for 1021. A short tlmo afterwards Toi lette was appointed Justice of Uio peace by the board of supervisors oi Lo3 Angeles county. Tho question arose wheUier, In vlow of the fact Uiat Toilette had been ap pointed to an olllce which, in its na ture, except In the matter of filling vacancies, Is un olectlve, salaried pub lie olllce, ho was eligible to servo us an officer of tho Legion. In his official ruling, Uio national Judge advocate says: "This being a salaried, elcctlvo pub- He office, It is my opinion that the method of filling a vacancy Is not es sential in detennlning the eligibility of a Legionatro holding such office. The office Is elective, nlUiough Uio case with which we deal Is that of an ap pointment. The purpose of Uio qonstltuUonal provision Is, of course, to prevent, so far as possible, tho uso by a member of Uio Legion of his Legion member ship In furthering a political career. Consequently, Uio effect of an ap pointment is In no wlso dissimilar from an election, and It Is my opinion Uiat tho Incumbent Is, by Uio accept ance of his ofllce, rendered lncllglblo for the office of Uio American Legion," It Is believed Uiat many Legion members, appointed to political offices will be nffected by Uils ruling. TWO HEROES AS HONOR GUARD Distinguished Illinois Buddies Dele- gated to Save National Comman der on Inspection Trip. When F. W. Galbralth, Jr., national commander of the American Legion, inspected Illinois posts, he was pro vided with an honor guard of two heroes of the World war, who havo received 10 medals and citations for bravery between them. Left Sergt. Jack Illloy, M. C. of Chicago, is Illinois' most dccoralod war hero, lie wears tho Congros- Blonal Modal of Honor, French Mili tary Medal, Croix do Guerro with palm und star, D. S. 0., Navy Cross, Belgian War Cross, Victory Medal with five batUo clasps and four cita tion sturs. Itlght Itobert Wntorhouso, a vot- erau of tho 83rd Division of Chicago, holder of tho Distinguished Sorvlco Cross, British Distinguished Servlco Order, Croix do Guerro and Belgian War Cross. GOVERNOR NEFF AIDS LEGION Chief Executive of Texas Urges All EllgIbleato Become Members of the-Organization. Governor Pat Neff of Texas has rec ognized the lmportanco of tho Ameri can Legion's effort to extend Us In fluence In that fitato by giving an un qualified endorsement of tho member ship cumpalgn now under way. "Olllcluls of the department of Texas, American Legion, tho organiza tion which stands as a living perpetu ation of the spirit of tho American soldier during Uie World war, aro now inuklng an especial effort to draw more ex-sorvlco men Into their ranks," said Governor Neff. "Tho record set by the men who form the department of Texas, during that period preceding November 11, 1018, und tho principles advocated by these men slnco they havo welded themselves Into tho American Legion," ho continued, "leads ino to suggest that the public would bo serving Its own ends, us well as thoso of the American Legion, by lending active support to the membership campaign the latter has launched. The jformer servlco man who has not adllluted with the American Legion should need no ouo to point out the advantago o bo de rived by lilm and his country through his support of this organization; but In the rush of modern life, some tilings are overlooked and thoso who havo not the privilege of eligibility for tho American Legion may aid by calling this to the attention of their acquaint ances who liaye been in tho service." After Every Meal Sealed Ttefit A .r-rrSr mmmsmm St ill WRIGLEY'S has steadily kept to the pre-war price. And to the same high stand ard of quality. 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You will readily appreciate the economy of Alabattine over other methodt, and remember it is used in the finest homes and public buildings every- . ' where. Be sure vou iret MIX IN ONE I MINUTE WITH CPU) WATin cannot or will not supply you, write direct for sample card and color designs with name of nearest dealer. New walls demand Alabattine, old walls ap prtciatt Alabattine. ' Alabastine Company 1050 Granilvllle Ave. Grand Ksp'di.Mlch. Kept Right 5c Look at This Price! Per Lb. FOR Buttermilk CONDENSED ,f tram Confident. "Maud says you aro running after Jack." "I don't have to, I can win la la walk." To Git Alabaitini Rtiultt You Mutt Aikfor Alabaitini by Namt Alabastine. and if vour dealer ItheoklytooT "