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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1904)
A QUICK RECOVERY.
A Prominent Officer of the Order of
Rebeccas writes to Thank Doan'a
Kidney Pills for It
Mrs. C. K. Bumgardnor, a local oHl-
nni nf IVin Tlnlinnnqa nf Tnnnlm t....
Room 10. 812 Kansas
Av .,!. l ....l KaSfflClJWiMia-
Doan's Kldnoy Pills
during the past year,
for kidney trouulo
and kindred ailments.
1 wns suffering from
pains In tho back and
headaches, but found
after tho usa of ore
box of tho remedy
that tho troubles;
bo that before I had
finished a secordl
package I was woll.l
I, therefore, ceartlly
endorse your re mo-!
dy." (Signed) Mrs.
C. E. Bumgardner.
A FREE TRIAL Address Foster
Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sals
by all dealers. Prlco, CO cts.
Try to muke two virtues look llko
ton, and they will get so thin you
won't know them.
Smokers find Lewis' "Single Binder"
straight 5c cigar bettor quality than most
10c bninds. lxiwls' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Some mon lead double lives because
they are driven to it
A striking: contrast
between Defiance Starch
and any other brand will
be foand by comparison.
Defiance Starch stiffens;
whlten5. beautifies with
ft grrves. clothes back
It i absolutely- pure
ft wiH not. injure the
most delicate, fabrics.
For flno-things and all
rhing&uso tho best there
Is. Defiance 'Starch
io cents for t6 ounces.
Other brand k cents-fop
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.
W. N. U Omaha.
AStfcfablc PrcparationfbrAs -slmilaling
ting ihc S toinachs andBowcls of
9 Kt y,a y w, I w; wittm
ness andRcst.Contains ncitlicr
NOT HAK.C OTIC .
Aperfecl Remedy forCortstlov
Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
ness and Loss op Sleep.
FacSinukt Signature f
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EXACT COPV OP' WRABBEH.. . SH K H M
HANDY BLUEING BOOK.
In sheets of PURE ANILINE BLUE. No bottles. No paddles. NoMasW. Gives the same
unount ot blueing water each wash-da-. Ask your grocer tow it or sond lOo (or a boot of a lean.
The Hintiy Bluilng Book Co., 87 E. Ltfce St., Chicago III.
Utl Bas Couch Srnip. Tane Good. UM Km
j-nriTih7TVwf-k BEGGS' BLOOD PURIF1SB
V -mibi H1 CURES catMTb ol tftie at&mmOu
Babies Carried In Boots.
Gypsies carry their babies in old
shawls slung over tholr shoulders and
tied about tho waist. North Ameri
can Indians carry their babies on tho
backs of squaws cradlo and all. But
tho Eskimo womon of Labrador carry
their babies In tholr boots. Theso
boots como up to tho knoo and are
wIUo at tho top, with a flop in front.
In theso tho llttlo brown babies llvo
and aro happy.
Cats With Knotted Tails.
Thoro Is a brood of cats In Malacca
which has this peculiarity. At first,
travolcrs aro under tho Impression
that somo cruel porson has tied a
knot In pussy's tall "for fun," but this
is not so. Tho klttons aro born with
this peculiarity, and It continue!
throughout their Ufa.
It should bo a compensating thought
to a man who dlos and lcuivoa insur
anco monoy that ho is bonofitlng his
own sex, for somo other man will
como along and got it. Atchison
Many Children Aro Slokly.
Mother Gray's SweotPowdors for Children,
used by Mothor Gray, a nurso in Children's
Homo, Now York, euro Summer Complaint,
Toothing Dlsordors and Destroy Worms. At
all Druggiits', S5o. Samplo niaUod FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted. Lo Roy, N. Y.
In accord with tho eternal fitness of
things a book of loye-pooms should be
bound In calf.
Every housokeopor should know
that If they will buy Deflanco Cold
Water Starch for laundry uso they
will savo not only time, because it
uevor sticks to tho iron, but because
each packago contains 16 oz. one full
pound while all othor Cold Wator
Starches aro put up in -pound pack
ages, and tho price la tho same, 10
cents. Then again because Deflanco
Starch Is free from all Injurious chem
icals. If your grocer trios to sell you
a 12-oz. packago it Is because ho has
a stock on hand which ho wishos to
dlsposo of before ho puts in Deflanco.
He knows that Doflanco Starch has
printed on every package in large let
ters and figures "1G ozs." Demand
Deflanco and save much tlmo and
money and tho annoyanco of tho iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks.
Man Is tho only animal that uses a
handkerchief. Women's handkerchiefs
are merely for show.
Homo Visitors' Excursion Tickets to
Indiana and Ohio.
Via Tho Northwestern Line,
will bo sold at very low rates on four
Tuesdays, Sept. 13th, 20th and 27th,
and Oct. 11th, limited to return within
30 days from date of sale.
For particulars as to territory to
which excursion tickets may bo sokL
City Offices, 1401-1403 Farnam St.,
Very Low Rates to St. Paul-Minneapolis
Via Tho Northwestern Lino.
Excursion tickets will bo sold .at
ono faro plus 50 cents on Sopt 28th,
; 29th and 30th, with favorable return
, limits, on account of Gideons' conven
tion. City Offices, 1401-1403 Farnam St,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
vxiosarrMin OiiKrf. nm tom orr.
Bears the J
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SQUELCHED THE SMALL BOY.
Reference to "Higher Mathematics"
Too Much for Him.
James Ilogan was no doubt an im
portant porson in Bradbury, aa ho wns
tho only man who could bo hired to
saw nnd split wood or to uso a lawn
mower. Ho never lost a chnnco to
Impress this fact upon a casual lis
tener. "I'vo got to gqt through thta Job
for your ma quick as ovor I can," ho
announced to the small son of ono of
his employers. "I'm losing Blxty cinta
on hour right nlong evory mlnuto I'm
here. Thcre'B thrco folks waiting for
mo now, nnd I don't know how thoy'ro
going to get along till tomorrow with
out me, anny ono of 'em."
"Why, Mr. Hogan," said tho boy, re
spectfully, "I don't seo how you'ro
losing sixty cents an hour when moth
er pays you twenty, and you couldn't
bo but in one placo and "
"Have you got as far as geomethry
In your studies?" inquired Mr. Ilogan,
coldly, resting his arms on tho handlo
oi tho lawn mower.
"N no, sir," admitted tho boy.
"When you do you'll understand a
good many things that's hid from you
now," said Mr. Hogan, resuming his
leisurely progress over tho lawn."
Do you remember, long nnd lonir npo.
When Briefs enmo weighty griefs that
meet a child
Ami you went In to hor to sob your woo.
How nntlcntly nnd soothingly Bho
Do yon remember how sho healed each
And stopped tho hurt that catno from
slip or fall?
How suddenly tho llttlo pain you'd losa
At: "It Is nothing nothing much, at
Do you remember how, long. long ago,
You would awaken, trembling In your
When fenrsome things, which only chil
Wero peering wildly nt you from tho
Do you remember how sho mndo you seo
They were but waving shadows on the
And how sho wove Into a lullaby
Her "it Is nothing nothing much, nt
And you remember, long nnd long ngo,
Ifow every little fret of night or tiny
Bcforo her talisman, when whispered
"Would vanish, would bo driven quite
And you remember, too, how each soft
A newer happiness to you would cnll.
As though the Joys of )outh enmo when
Her "It Is nothing nothing much, nt
And can you hear it now? Of nil tho rest
That llfo has let us keep within our
This memory must be tho very best
This precious thing that is not bought
When days nre dark nnd nights nro sad
Out from tho shrouding sllcnco docs
While her cool fingers seem to touch the
This: "It Is nothing nothing much, nt
W. D. N. in Chlcngo Tribune.
Cockrell as a Fisherman.
Senator Cockrell, of Missouri,
caught tho fishing fever recently, and,
with an equally experienced friend,
hired a boat and went about thrco
miles up tho Potomac river. Tho
friend did tho rowing and tho senator
tho fishing. A heavy stono tied to a
ropo anchored tho boat where the
fishing was supposed to bo good.
After several hours of ill luck tho sen
ator concluded it was not a good day
for fishing and tho friend started to
row homeward. All tho tlmo tho an
chor stono was hanging ovor tho stern,
tho senator having forgotten to haul
It up. Tho oarsman, unconscloua of
that fact, was tugging vigorously nt
tho oars, and ho romarkod during his
(requent pauses for rost that It
seemed harder pulling with tho cur
rent than against it.
Returning to tho boat landing, tho
man who rented tho boat to tho sen
itor instantly noticed that tho anchor
was dragging behind. As ho assisted
tho senator to land he remarked
"Jedgo, you don't look drunk and
you ha en't tho smell of liquor on you,
but this is the first tlmo I over saw
two sober men pull a boat for threo
miles with tho anchor dragging."
"I paid for tho boat, didn't I?" re
plied tho senator testily, not caring to
admit his forgctfulness. "Well, then
it is nono of your damn business if wo
wanted to get a little extra exercise."
She Stocked Up on Prayers.
Ono little girl that I know of is so
sleopy when alio starts for bed that
it is occasionally hard work for her
to mako up her mind to finish the
good night prayer.
A few nights ago sho dropped her
head upon tho pollows earlier than
usual. She wasn't very sleepy and
at onco began to dash off a prayer in
refreshing style. Tho first prayer
over, along came another one and still
a third. .About this time her mother,
surprised at tho turn proceedings had
taken, asked tho llttlo ono what sho
meant by so many prayora. "Why,"
explained the llttlo girl, "I'm going to
say twelvo prayers, now I'm awake,
and then I can go two weeks without
saying one." Lowell Courier.
Judge Also a "6crchr."
A Wolsh magistrate recently had nu
automobile "scorching" caso on his
docket for trial. On Uoa night before
tho case was to come up his honor
was staying at a villaso twenty-firo
miles from the town in which court
was to bo held. The Judgo slept a
bit too well that night and awoko late.
It was nocessary for him to hurry in
order to reach tho scene of hla Judi
cial duties on tlmo. Ho hired a mo
tor car fpr tho occasion and accom
plished tho twenty-fivo mllos well lu
;4de of an hour, reaching his bench in
ample season to hear tho caso and
fine tho other reckless driver (35 lor
exceeding the tima lhniL The- Judg
did not ae tho Joka, either.
In ten years Maryland has Jumped
from fifth to third placo in tho willow
waro iudustry In tho tmttod BUten.
ranking now next to Now York and
Pennsylvania. Baltimoro Is one ot tho
throt wlllow-wre centors which only
hnvo shown any actual growth in tho
bualnots. In Maryland tho center of
th willow dlntrtot Hog In Howard
county, la tho acighbarhood of Elk
rldg nlono tha output of willow ex
coods $5,004 per annum, while Anno
Arundel county contribute (2.C00.
should bo in every household, none po
Kood, besides i ot. more for 10 cents
than any other brund of cold water
Growth of European Papulation,
Fow poraoea have any lata of tho
extraordinary nanaor in which the
population ( Burepe acts incroMd
duriaf tfce loot century. According
to atatlatlclaM this population hnn
moro tkan aonblod itself from 1880
to 190. To this lnoreass the Lutla
nntloaa of the wmt and south ost
contributed the leant and the greatest
growth was In the east, where tho
pcoplo have not yet become thorovicfe
ly saturated with the ideas of mod
PUo's Curo is tho best medicine wo ever uttd
for all B&ectlons of the thront nnd lungn. Wit.
O. Evdslbt, Ynotmrcn, IuO., Feb. 10, MOO.
Clvllliatlen and Railroads,
Nothing is more Blgnificant of tho
auddoa developnmnt of Japan than the
history of hor railways. The first rail
ways olghteen ralloe ia length, wai
complotod in lSl3. At the preeeat
tlmo there are 1,844 mllos of state aad
3,150 miloa of private railways in o
oratlon, aad thero are 8S2 miles under
construction. For tho moat part tboy
pay woll, tho largor yioldlng dividend)
from 10 to 13 per cent
Mrs. Window's HootUlajr flyrap,
7trcbUdra tcethtni, lofuiai tht Rtinu, reduce to
OumnUkm, Ujiln, curst wind cullu. 83obutUo.
Ohlnoae Moat Spoken Language.
Thoro are 383,000,000 Chinese speak
ing thA same language, making Chi
noso tho tnoet spoken laaguAga. Thorp
aro many dlaieots. however, which
Boom soarcoly to belong to tho Domo
tongue. The inhabitants of Mongolia
and Tibot can barely understand tho
dlaleot of the people In Pahia. OUvor
wldoly epoken longuagoa aro aa fc
lowa, In millions.: English, ISO; Gor
man. 70; Russian, 68; Spanish, 4-1;
"Dr. David IConnMr'n Fnvnrlte rVmcrty
rmrv tao prompt fcntl roinplK relief rem ttrfp.j'iHii end
Reading With a Purpose.
Reading without purposo is saanter
lng, not exercise. More la got from
ono book on which the thought set
tles for a definite end in knowledge,
than from librarloo skimmed over by
a wandering eye. A cottage fkrwer
gives honey to the boe, a king's gar
den nooa to the butterfly. Lord Lyt
ton. Tbn Murine Ere r.euwtfr Co., ChU'tra.end Home
Eye Iloofe free. Wrtre tneni Xtnt jtrar T
Slovenly Russian Servants.
Tho slovenliness of wc-ojoa servants
In Russia is a faot ofton eommented
upon by Americans. A naid when
waiting upon tke table ia often
dressed ia a short prlat skirt aad loose
blouso. Is aboeleaa and etookiagleas,
and baa a colored handkerchief ttoS)
over hor hair.
All Up-te-Date Houeekeepera
use Dcilanoe Cold Water BUrch, b
causa it Is butter, and 4 oa. more of it
for eamo moaoy.
fa a case involving the manage
ment o aa Daalloh insane asylum oov
oral formor lamatoa ware called as
witnessed and the king's counsel, who
called tbeca, reaaarkod that they wore
aa sano as any one in tho court. The
Judgo oq tho beaah showed do aa
thuslaam at the announcement
, When Bettora Should Quit.
Tho London Sketch says a profes
sional betting man should go out of
business when 50 years old. Aftor that
ago a man makoa mistakes. Dotwoen
50 and G5 ho stands to loso 75 per
oent ot what ho accumulated bcforo
Old Fashion Beat.
A Massachusetts man waa fined tho
othor day for kicking a cat. This
would mako It appear that the old
bootjack is still tho best weapon with
which to got evon with a folino of
Why It la the Bee
isbecause made by an entirely differ
ent process. Deflanoe Htnrch ia un
like any other, better nnd one-third
more for 10 cents.
A man's place in heaven may be
qulto different from bis pew down
BEST BY TEST
"I have tried all kind t wtierereof
dothirtf f4 have waver found anything
I any price to eomptre wirfi yeor Ruh
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OH nun tni tdirmt tf tr
wrw er" tm wweluted letter
mtf ke 14 van ifplirilien.)
A. J. TOWER CO. TheSwirfeS.
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MdUf of Wrnult Wi Ueatk CittMtm
Staeersa Uvea nro oleuJn. fci tfMSr
Miss Gannon, Sec
Art Association, tells
do to avoid pain and suffering caused by
"Dear Mns. PimniAM: -I can conscientiously recommend LydlaB.
Plnklmm's Vcfrotnblo Compound to those of my sistors suirorinff with
foinole Aveakneea and tho troubles which bo often befall womenil suf
forcd for months with freneral weakness, and folt so weary that I had
hard work to keep up. 1 had shooting pains, and was utterly miserable.
In my distress I was advised to use LycMn. E. Plnklmm's Ycgctablo
Compound, and it was a red letter day to mo when I took tho first dose,
for at that tirao my restoration began. In six weolcs I was a changed
woman, perfectly woll hi every respect. I felt so elated and happy that
I wantaU womon who suffer to gotwcllas I did." Miss Guila Gannon,
850 Jonos St, Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association.
It Is clearly shown in this yonncr Indy's lottcr that Iiydla Ef.
Plnlchnm's Vcffotnhlo Compound will certainly curo tho suffering
of women; and when ono considers that Miss Gannon's letter Is
only ono of tho countless hundreds which wo aro continually
publishing- In tho nowspapors of this country, tho great virtue of Mrs. Pink
Iiam'a menicino must bo admitted by all ; nnd for tho absolute curo of all kinds
of female Ills no substitute can possibly take its place. Women should bear
thin important fact in mind when they go into a drug store and be sure not
to accept anything that is claimed to bo " just as good " as Lydla E. Pink
hnm's Vegetablo Compound, for no other medicine for female ills has
made so many actual cures.
How Another Sufferer Was Cured.
Diun Mns. PmnnAii: I cannot praise your wonderful remedies
enough, for they have dono me moro good than all tho doctors I havo
had. For the last eight years and moro I suffered with female troubles,
was very weak, could not do my housework, also had nervous pros
tration. Some days I would remain unconscious for a wholo day and
night. My neighbors thought I could never recover, but, thanks to
your medicine, I now fcel llko a different woman.
" I feol very grateful to you and will recommend Lydla E. Plnk
lmm's Vegetable Compound to all. It has now been four years sinco
I had the last spell of nervous prostration. I only weighed ninety
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"I consider your Vegetable Compound tho finest remedy made.
Thanking you many times for tho benefit I received from your medicine,
I remain, Yours truly, Mrs. J. II. Fakkek, 2800 Elliott Ave., St. Louis, Mo.'
Remember Mrs. Plnkham's ndvico is f rco nnd all sick women
are feellHk if thoy do aot otftc for it. Sho spenks from the widest
oxpcrleaaw, and has helped multitudes of women.
FORFEIT If ouinot forthwith
tWn iostuaouUi. whkU will were
Great Reduction in Rates via
Home visitors excursions eord every Tuesday In September and October
11th. naif fare (plus IZ.00) for tho round trip to all points In Indiana,
points in Ohio and Kentocfty.
J8.C0 St. Eouts and return, sold Tuesdays and Thursdays,
J18.80 St. Louis and return, sold dally.
27.15 Buffalo, Niagara Falls or Toronto and return, sold dally.
121. CO Detroit and return, Bold dally.
$20.00 Chicago and return (one way via St. Louis), sold dally.
Long limit and stop over allowed at St. Louis on ALL tickets.
SohednVe of our Fast trains.
Read down. Read up.
TUG a. m.;30 p. m. Lv. Omaha. Arr. 9:00 p. m. 8:20 a. m.
8:W a. m. 6:45 p. ra. Lv. Council muffs Arr. 8:45 p. m. 8:00 a. m.
7:35 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Arr. World' Fair Station Lv. 9:15 a. m. 7:45 p. m.
T:50 :. m. 7:15 a. m. Arr. St. Louis Lv. 9:00 a. m. :30 p. m.
ThetM trains run dally. Compare this time -with other lines.
TtM Wabaah lands all pcuyttngara ut and checks baccaco to its own
etation at main entrance of World's fair grounds. Think what this means;
quick tlma. extra car rare raved, and a delightful trip, and you are not all
tlrod out before entering the Exposition grounds.
Ml Aganta can rout yon rta th.e Wabash R. R. For beautiful World's
Fair tokkir and all information addrOB,
MARRY E. MOORES,
a. A. V. V., Wab R. R., Omaha, Neb.
y Detroit Amateur
young women what to
predeee the original letter and signature! of
ihelr atwolnte mnulneneM.
IffOU K. rinldimm Mo1. Co,
, LTin, Mate.
p)vptthtT silk, -wool or cottoBi
Hira ,rcrrrjTtocrc or nuuiea
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