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Inside Criticism.
"So you are going to be married,
Mary?"
"Yes, ma'am, and I'll be leaving you
next Tuesday."
"Well, I hope you are getting a
good husband."
"If he ain't any better thah the one
you've got I won't" keep him long."
OVERWORK and KIDNEY TROUBLE
Mr. James McDaniel, Oakley, Ky„
writes: "I overworked and strained
myself, which brought on Kidney and
Bladder Disease. My symptoms were
1
Backache and burning
in the stem of the Blad
der, which wasx sore
and had a constant
hurting all the time
broken sleep, tired feel
ing, nervousness, puff
ed and swollen eyes,
shortness of breath and
J. McDaniel. Rheumatic pains. I suf
fered ten months. I was treated by a
physician, but found no" relief until I
started to use Dodd's. Kidney Pills, I
now feel that I am permanently cured
by the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills."
Dodd's Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dodd's Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and re
cipes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent
free.—Adv.
Should Tarry.
"The Climblys tell me they are go
ing to move into a better neighbor
hood."
"That's queer."
"Why so?"
!"They haven't made good yet in the
neighborhood they're leaving."
GYPSY
FORTUNE TELLER
And Dream Book.
Know thy future. Will you he
successful In Love, Marriage,
Health Wealth and Business.
Tells fortunes by all methods,
cards, palmistry, tea cup, zodlacol
oey, etc. Gives lucky and unlucky
days. Interprets dreams, A large
book by mail for TEN CENTS.
Earn money telling fortunes.
MWYV1ffl3c
ROYAL PUB. CO., Dept. 44, So. Norwalk, Conn.
Useful Artificial Arms
Write for free catalog "B 10."!
Carnes Artificial Limb Company
904 EAST 12th STREET, KANSAS CITY. Ma
Highest Cash Prices
Paid For CHICKENS, VEAL, CREAM
WRITE FOR SPECIAL- PRICE LIST.
THE R. E. COBB CO.. 34.3rd Street. St Paul. Minn.
PATENTS
WatHoa G. Coleman,Wash
Ington D.C. Books free. High*
est references. Best results*
Sioux City Directory
"Hub of the Northwest."
FOB BEST SERVICE SHIP
RICE BROTHERS
Live Stock Commission Merchants at
SIOUX CITY, Chicago or Kanaam City
Barber Supplies
TheKleeblatt Barbers
Supply Co. ,618 Pierce
St,
Sioux City,la.,willtreatyou right.
JVOaaKS
Write them.
SHIP VOUR LIVE STOCK
TO
Sioux City Live Stock Commission Company
Capital *cn nnn nn sioux
Canada is Callin£YSra
to her RichWheat Lands
CITY, IA.
Stock VvUjUUUiUU AotoPhoM 1537, Bell Phon*99g
Let ns know if you are in need of market reports.
We will mall yon Lire Stock Becord free of charge
f^aCcDEVEr°^
and
PRINTING
Send for Catalogue and Finishing: Price List.
ZIMMERMAN BROTHERS. 60S Pierc. St.. Sioox City,
PHOTO SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Beit Developing and Printing at Popular Price*.
F. D. HENNESSEY, S10 FIFTH STREET, SIOUX CITY, I0W«
Frank's Cafe
"The best place to eat in Sioux Cijty.
Established 886
416-418-420 Pierce Street
Standard Semm Co.
of Sioux City, la.
Manufacturers of
POTENT AN­
TI-HOG CHOLERA SERUM
Auto. Phone 2324. Old 2406
•TOCK YARD8 SIOUXCITY, IOWA
"""She extends to Americans a hearty in
vitation to settle on her FREE Home
stead lands of 160 acres each or secure
some of the low priced lands in Mani
toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
This year wheat is higher but Canadian land just
as cheap, so the opportunity is more attractive than
ever. Canada wants you to help to feed the world
by tilling some of her soil—land similar, to that
which during many years has averaged 20 to 45
bushels of wheat to the acre. Think what you
can make with wheat around $1 a bushel and
land so easy to get Wonderful yields also of
Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farming
is fully as profitable an industry as grain
growing.
pulsory in Canada but there is a great demand for farm labor to replace the many
young men who have volunteered for service. The climate is healthful and
agreeable, railway facilities excellent, good schools and churches convenient.
Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to Superintendent
immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
J. M. MaeLachlan, Drawer 197,Watertowii,S.
D.
R. A. Garrett, 311 Jacksoa St., St. Paul, Miaa.
Jthe Government this year is asking
farmers to put increased acreage into
grain. Military service is not com­
Canadian Government Agents
ARMORED CAR IN WARFARE
European Armies Have Found It ot
the Greatest Value In Their
Operations.
Although an engine new to warfare,
the armored motor car has proved ex
tremely useful, especially for outpost
arid scouting duty. Fast, silent, and
mobile, it covers a, vast amount of
ground on the splendid roads that
crisscross the field of war in western
Europe. Most of the cars are incased
in a, light frame of tough steel plate
that ranges in thickness from three
sixteenths of an inch to a quarter of
an inch, and that is impervious to rifle
and machine-gun Are. All the vulner
able parts of the motor, such as the
radiator and steering gear, and in
some of the newest cars the wheels,
are protected by the steel covering.
The wheels, both wood and wire, are
said to withstand the roughest sort of
usage. Accidents to the tires are
much less common than anyono would
expect. The cars carry a light arma
ment—one or two machine guns so
mounted that they can be swung
through a complete circle—and a
large supply of ammunition. The
crew, which may number from four to
eight or more men, are armed with
rifles and revolvers. Some of the cars
have a steel superstructure that rises
from the chasis frame hjgh enough
to enable the crew to stand upright,
and that is capped with a domed roof,
from which bullets and shrapnel usu
ally fly off at a sharp angle without
even denting the steel.—Youth's Com
panion.
Born Diplomat.
"Harry, I am beginning to believe
the baby looks like you."
"Are you, dear?"
"Yes, I notice it more and more ev
ery day. I'm so glad."
"Do you really want him to look like
me?"
"Of course I do., I've been sorry
ever since w« had him christened that
we didn't give him your name."
"Sweetheart, you don't know how
happy you make me by saying that."
"And, Harry, dear—I found the love
liest hat today, don't believe I ever
saw anything that was so becoming to
me. It's $25. Do you think I ought to
pay that much for a hat?"—Chicago
Herald.
Her Solicitude.
Fred—My dear Dora, let this thought
console you for your lover's death.
Remember that other and better men
than he have gone the same way.
Bereaved One—They haven't all
gone, have they?—New York Sun.
The most common form of pes
simism is the belief that a good be
ginning makes a bad ending.
STICK TO IT
Until Coffee Hits You Hard.
It is about as well to advise people
to stick to coffee until they get hit
hard enough so that they will never
forget their experience.
A woman writes and her letter is
condensed to give the facts in a short
space:
"I was a coffee slave and stuck to it
like a toper to his 'cups,' notwithstand
ing I frequently had severe attacks of
sick headache then I used more cof
fee to relieve the headache, and this
was well enough until .the coffee ef
fect wore off.
r.
"Finally attacks of rheumatism be
gan to appear, and ultimately the
whole nervous system began to break
down and I was fast becoming a
wreck,
a' ''After a time I was induced to quit
coffee and take up Postum. This was
half a year ago. The result has-been
most satisfactory,
"The rheumatism is gone entirely,
nerves practically well and steady, di
gestion almost perfect, never have any
more sick headaches and am gaining
Readily In weight and strength."
Name given by Postum Gp„ Battle
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Well
vine," in pkgs.
Postum comes in two forms:
Regular Postum must be well
boiled. 15c. and 25c packages.
.Instant Postum is a sol uble-pow
der. A teaspoonful ivts quickly
in a cup of hot water aj.3, with cream
and sugar, makes a delicious bever
age instantly. SOfe and 50c tins.
The cost per cup or,both kinds is
about the same.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
-—sold by Grocer*.
TIGHT SLEEVES AGAIN
/-•MS
,,,
A' 4
u-rt-j
AMERICAN WOMEN HAVE DECID
ED TO ACCEPT THEM.
After Refusing for Three Seasons, Sen
timent Seems to Have Changed—
The Silhouette May Be
Responsible.
^The French designers have tried to
exploit the fitted sleeve, with its regu
lation armhole, but the women would
refuse It and go on their way, seem
ingly content with the kind that was
rarely right and never comfortable.
True, its shape contributed to that
carelessness of figure which has been
considered the desirable thing by the
fashionables and their vast number of
followers. And probably the only rea
son that it ij now dropped is that
fashion itself has dropped it by one of
Velvet Coat for Small Girl.
The coat an(l cap sketched are made
or pink velvet, trimmed with ermine.
Which is much used on children's clothes,
both with and without the black necks.
With the high white gaiters and the small
muff, this makes a most appropriate cos
tume for the afternoon walk.
those subtle underground processes
which no ono woman can put a finger
on.
For three successive seasons, the
new gowns have had long fitted
sleeves that reached to the wrists and
were rationally placed at the top of
the arm into an armhole that was
sufficiently large for the arm, but no
more.
First our/women refused them on
the score that the fashion would oust
the elbow sleeve, which was far too
comfortable to relinquish without a
protest or without being given some
thing equally easy to wear another
argument which held good was that
the designers had foolishly introduced
this form of sleeve at the approach of
spring and they had not reckoned, as
they never do, with the blizzards of
heiat for which the American has to
prepare.
After three trials they refused it
on every variety of pretext. The
truth was that they didn't want it, and
no score ot French dressmakers could
make them take up with anything
they didn't like. The only reason they
accept it now is that they have
changed their minds concerning it, or
they have wearied of the slouching ki
mono, or they realize that the new
silhouette, growing in power each day,
does not admit of a sleeve of this
kind.
There is no gainsaying the truth -of
the assertion that the fitted sleeve is
a difficult one to arrange, and any lack
of skill in its' placement makes it as
uncomfortable as the kimono with its
Underpart extending to the waist,
which prevents one from lifting the el
bows higher than the bust line.
There are three recognized feats of
IN FINE HANDKERCHIEF LINEN
Novel Model for Apron, Which May
Be Made as Handsome as One
Desires.
A novel model for an apron is of
handkerchief linen cut in one piece,
the sides slanting off and the corners
rounded off a little. This Is hemme$
around, and the decoration
of a band of soft ribbon set is afew
Inches from the bottom and held in
plito.v. by small luotff.s of any rn ,
fe laf" Clun .. .-J filet ise v_.y.
effective, while'valenciennes is alw *y
dt' a trimming to wash goi
A, i- tv ribbon is'- a- spray of •_fi
broid ery worked in white or the color
Of the ribbon as liked best The belt
is a repetition of the trimming below
Wirt confines the fullness at the waist
skill in cressmaking—to fit a collar,
a long sleeve, and arrange a decol
letage that neither sags nor binds,
ihat is neither too high nor too low.
It it, no wonder that the little seam
stress and the home dressmaker do
not feel confident of success in doing
any one of the three.
Possibly women will end by being
more uncomfortable in the newly re
vived tight sleeve of the 1870 period,
which was a revival of the Napoleonic
war period and now comes in with
the world war, than they were in the
kimono, which they learned to put up
with as they have the narrow skirt
but, at least, we know it is finally
established in fashion, although there
are many women who prefer, and
wear, the sleeve put into a dropped
armhole which maintains that care
less fit across the shoulders to which
we are accustomed, and which we
like, although there is little doubt that
the incoming and fashionable silhou
ette, which demands slenderness
across the body, will abolish even this
type of armhole.
(Copyright, McClure Newspaper Syndi
cate.)
HOLDS BRUSHES AND COMB
Useful Little Case, Easy of Construo*
tlon and Calling for Compara
tlvely Little Outlay
This useful little case for holding
twG military brushes and a comb can
be easily constructed from a thin
wooden box of a suitable size and
shape.
To make it: The lid is cut in half
and nailed down and forms the front
of the case. The upper side of the
box is removed and fastened on at the
back with tiny brass hinges. The
whole of the exterior is covered with
pale green silk, the material being
turned over at the edges and .under
neath and fastened on with a strong
adhesive, and it is lined inside with
soft white silk.
Across the center of the side of the
box that is fastened on with the
hinges, a strap of broad white elas
tic is sewn and to the upper edge a
flap is attached made of some of the
same green silk, lined with white silk
and bound at the edges with narrow
dark green ribbon, and ribbon strings
of a color to match the latter are
El
sewn tin where indicated to secure the
cas6 when closed.
Our illustration clearly shows the
way in which the case is arranged, and
in the small sketch on the right it
may be seen closed and fastened with
the ribbon strings tied in a smart little
bow. Initials of the owner might well
find a place in the center of the flap
in front.
Typhoon Color Now.
Sand color is familiar to everyone,
through the velvet hats that have
proved so popular if in no other way.
Someone who wanted to give a more
striking, because unusual, name to
the color, called it typhoon color with
the result that typhoon velvet hats,
in that particular shop, sold admir
ably.
line. A second smaller spray of em
broidery is worked upon the bib and
a frill of lace at top and bottom of
apron is the dainty finish.
FROM A SCRAP OF VELVET
Extremely Pretty Bodice Covering
May Be Devised for Dress of
Net or Lace.
Have you a. piece of velvet about
a half yard long? Do not throw it
away, especially if you are planning a
dress of net or lace for evening.
Make a bodice covering that resem
bles the breast armor of the cru
saders. It need only come on the
front of the dress, with a very short
peplum effect at the lower edge. The
upper part can be cut in two points
that come over the shoulders. To
make^this curious piece of velvet a
part of the gown, cut stots around the
lower part of the cuirass, buttonhole
them and run a sash of silk that
matches the color of the velvet
through the slots. Tie it ai the back
in a loose bow with ends that hang
down to the hem. Pale blue, pink, yel
low or black on white is a distinctive
touch that a scrap of velvet will add.
The V-Shaped Neck, lh^
The V-shaped neck line is still ia
evidence. It is, when everything else
is left out of consideration, probably:
tie most bi ek fine there Is
iume of great uurfi?rBers to the.
contrary. To be sure, as Uiqjr contend,
it 'If-es cut 0,8 figure-r-but what tine
dt -a't, tmlei.., it be the line of neck
affected fcy Mother Eve herself? And
the V-shaped line is graceful and soft,
and still persists, even in sbitV-oC ioe
last frocks that were sent from Pari*.
ALCOHOL—3 PER CENT
AVegetable Preparation for As
simitating the Food and Regula
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
Infants
Promotes Digestion,CheerFul
nessand Rest.Contains neither
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral
N
ot
N
arcotic
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S*»d
Mx.S&tnk
•xhtUtSmtls
AnutStti
/hpritxtiU
BCnrU**lt
Hitm Sttd
danfi'td Suymr
Wixkrfrttn Fhtvor
A perfect Remedy Tor Constipa
tion Sour Stotiiach, Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and
Loss
OF SLEEP
FacSimile Signature
of
The Centaur Company, ,J|
NEW YORK.
At6 months old
35
DOSES -J^CE.NTS
Guaranteed under the Food and)
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
All There Was for Him.
A poor shoemaker's apprentice was
sent to his master's home with some
work. It was early in December, and
when the lad arrived at the house he
found the good wife engaged baking
the spiced bread ready for Christmas.
The smell was delicious, and, sniffing
strongly, the apprentice exclaimed
heartily:
"Eh, missus, but your spice loaf
smells grand."
"Ah,, well, lad, thee mun tak' some
good smells, for it will be all thou will
get."—London Tit-Bits.
CARE FOR YOUR HAIR
By Frequent Shampoos With Cutlcura
Soap. Trial Free.
Precede shampoos by touches of
Cuticura Ointment if needed to spots
of dandruff, itching, and irritation of
the scalp. Nothing better for the com
plexion, hair, hands or skin than these
fragrant supercreamy emollients. Also
as preparations for the toilet.
Sample each free by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
'The Real Thing.
Little Lemuel—Say, paw, what is
persistency?
Paw—Persistency, my son, is the
trait a woman develops when she at
tempts, to remove a wrinkle.
1
YOUR OWH DRUGGIST IfEt TEIX TOD
Try Murine Byo Remedy for Rfel, Weak, Watery
Hyes and Granulated Eyelids Mo Smarting—
ust Bye comfort. Write for Book of the Kyc
mail Free. Murine Jfiye RemeC? Co.. Chicago
It is hard for a woman to hold her
husband's love when she caii't even
hold her tongue.
Why grin and bear all these
Liniment kills pain ipjg?
CUSTOM
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
fat
^Childken
Signature
tr
Genuine
LEG
The
a
In
Use
for Over
Years
CASTORIA
TH« OIMTAUR OOMMNV, N«W YORK OJTy.
WORMS
"Wormy", iho.t'a what's the matter of 'em. Stomach and la
test lu at worm*. Ne-,rly na bad as distemper. Cost you too much
to feed 'em. 'Look bad—are bad. Don't physic 'em to death.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. ChemUts. Goshen, Ind.. U. S. A.
That Wqjjld Be Plenty.
"Well, my good woman," said thek
slummer, "I must be going. Is there
anything I can do for you?"
"Only that," responded the subi
merged one wearily."
ai'i
There Ain't That Much.
"Pop, what's a plutocrat?"
"A man who has as much money as
I'd like to have."
The Only way to get along with some
people is carefully to conceal your
opinion of them.
Your Liver
Is
Clogged Up
That's Why You're Tired—Out of Sorts
—Have No Appetite.
CARTER'S LITTLE.
LIVER PILLS
will put you right
in a few days.
They
their duty^
ITTLE
PILLS.
Cure Con-J
stipation,
Biliousness, Indigestion and Sick Headache
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE*
must bear
Signature
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
»or booklet and testimonial^
I DM pk«i. Blackleg PHI* $1.08
lost »ka». BlMkltf Pilli 4.00
tfse
any injector, but Cutter's bML..
The superiority of Cutter products Is due to over 11
iwara of specializing In vamlnei and wruml only,
latist on Cutter's. If unobtainable,, order dlnct.
Cutter Laboratory. Berkeley. Cal., «r Ckluao. I#
W. N. U., SIOUX CITY, NO. 2-191$.
ills when Sloan1
ave
used your Liniment and can
say it is fine. I have used it for sore
throat, strained shoulder, and it acted
Like a charm ."—Allen Dunn, Route 1,
Box 88, Pine Valley, Miss.
I am a painter and pape'rhanger by
trade, consequently up and down lad
ders. About two years ago my left knee
became lame and sore. It pained me at
nights at times till I could not.rest, and
I was contemplating giving up my trade
on account of it when I chanced to think
of Sloan's Liniment. I had never tried
it before, and I am glad to state tha.fr
less than one 25c. bottle fijeed me up
apparently ^s good as ever,"—Chatic^ fJ.
Campbell, Florence, Texas.
All Orders 2S& skills
Seta) ff&tir cants in tempi foj a. free TRl^JL BOTTLE.
DR* EARL S. SLOAN, Iiku» Philftdelphisi, P&* Dept.

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