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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1905)
A QUICK RECOVERY.
A Prominent Topeka Rebecca Officer
Writes to Thank Doan'a Kidney
Pills for It.
Mrs. C, K. Bumgnrdner, a loeal ofn-
cor of, the Itcbeccns,
of. Topoka, Knns.,
Koohi 10. 812 Kansas
Ave, writes: "I lined
Doan'6 Kidney Pills
during tho past year
for kidney trouble
nnd k 1 n d r o d nil
ments. 1 was suffer.
Ing from pains In tho
back nnd headaches,
but found nftor tho
Use of ono box of tho
remedy that tho
disappeared, so that
before 1 had finished
a second package I
wis well. I therefore
(Signed) Mrs. C. 13. Dumgnrdncr.
A FHEI3 TRIAL Address Foster
Mllhurn Co., HufTnlo. N. Y. For sale
by all doalers. Price. fiO rents.
' Fox Too Much for Dog.
pno of tho fiercest fights 1 over wit
nessed was between n vlllngo cure nnd
n bis fox. Oho moonlight night this
dog, In my company, fround Brer Fox
rrtoiiHlng round soma 'corn stacks', nnd
pinned him by his foreleg. They loup
ed the loop together, nnd for some
llroo it was Impossible to say whoro
tho fox begun nnd tho dog left off
IJut for my intervention tho dog
would hnvo been killed. County Gen
FACE LIKE RAW BEEF.
Burning Up With a Terrible Itching
Eczema Speedily Cured by
'"fcujlcura cured mo of a torrlblo
eczema from which I had suffered
agony and pain for clght( years, being
unnble to obtain any help from the
best doctors. My scalp was covered
with senbs and my face was like a
plcco of raw beef, my eyebrows and
lashes wcro falling out, nnd I felt as
it burning up from tho tcrrlblo Itching
nnd pain, Cutlcura gavo me relief tho
very first day, and made n completo
cure In, a Bhort time. My headj and
face are now clear nnd well. (Signed)
Miss Mary M. Fay, 75 West Main St,
The Ono Thing Needful.
Sho doosn't care for operas, tho
drama or tho play; sho doosn't care
for dancing sho isn't built that way;
she doesn't caro for housework, for
flowers or for books, sho doesn't enre
for poodles sho doesn't llko theli
looks; sho doesn't care for- dresses
for hats or fancy hose tho only thing
she does caro for Is a man who will
$100 Reward, $100.
Th Ttlilertnf lhta hannrwlll hjt nLiLilfiftiiii
that there It it lout ono dreaded dtteut tbat ictencs
faa been able tujeuro la all It itagoi, and tbai U
Catarrh. Ilatl'a Catarrh Curo I tbs onlr Poilllro
cure now known to the medical rrtlrnttr. Catarrh
vriDK a coniiuuuonai oinraie, require! a ciniitu
tlonal treatment. Ilall'r Catarrh Cure li taken ta
ternally, acting directly upon the blood and tnucoui
eurfacri ut the irttem, thereby dettrotlns the
etrcnt-th ly building up the cunttltutlon and Mil-ting
nature In doing Iti work. The proprietor bare
o much faith In Its curatlre power that they otter
One Hundred Dollar for any cuo tbat It I all to
cure. Send for Hit nf teitlmontali,'
Addrna K. J. CIIKNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
bold by all l)ruKKlt.55c.
Take ileal' Family rill for contllpaMoo.
Discouragement to Be Avoided.
It Isn't necessary to becomo vain
Dn compliments any moro than It Is
necessary to grow sour on criticisms,
but it is better to run tho dangers of
egotism on tho favorable notices than
to' let the censor with a torpid liver
ind a nlmblo pen prlclc your comfort
nnd poison your happiness. Saturdny
BUnko tn Your Shoes.
Allen s Foot-Ease, a powder, cares pain
ful, smarting, nervous feet and ingrowing
nails. It'js the greatest comfort discovery
of the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain curo for sweating feet. Sold by all
druggists, 25c. Trial package FREE.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Lo Roy. N. Y.
Proposal Made Plain.
An old millionaire paid his address,
os to ono of tho prottlest girls In tho
placet. On asking her hand In mar
riage, ho frankly said to her; "Miss
C , I nm old nnd you nro vory
young, will you do mo tho bouor to
Income my widow?"
Hard Either Way.
' "Somotlmos I wish," said tho very
laiy man, "that I liked to work, so it
wouldn't- bo so dlsagroeablo to me
when I was compollod to do so. And
then 1 got to thinking that maybo if I
liked it I would bo nt it all tho time,
and I can't bear the thought"
Event Not Far Off.
When you seo a young woman mak
ing a fuss ovor a widowor's children,
it 8 a sign tbat If sho doosn't soon
acquire a right to correct thorn It
won't be her fault. Exchange.
Think twice before you speak. And
even then, nlno times out of ten, tho
world won't lose anything if you keep
still. Somerville Journal.
I am wr PIso's Curo tor Consumption saved
rrij life ttirco years ago. Mas. Thoh. HoniUNS,
Mar o Street, Nonden. JJ. Y., Fob. J7, 1900.
Fashion is only the attorapt to rea
'iza art in living forms nnd social in
I rcourse. O. V. Ilolmos.
A OIUKAXTKKI) CtJItK FOK 1'II.KS.
Iu Woe. IMIiut, Weeding or l'rutru4Uic l'llo. Your
diBBMt ttl refund tammy If 1-AZO OIXTMKJ.T
is caro jreu mown iuj, wc
Tlu marriage cqrtlflcnte is equally
dcidod betwoen husband and wife in
A Synopsis oi Pr6cecdings of the Twenty Ninth Gens
SENATE Tho following bills wcro
passed on tho 1-ith: Sennlo fllo No.
180, by Thomas Providing for tho ox
errlBO of tho right of eminent domain
by tho Omaha school board In ac
quiring deslrnblo school Bites; 21
nycs and no nays, Senate fllo No. 127,
by Epporson Requiring the taxing of
costs in police court against tho etato
or prosecution when tho Intter loses;
2D nycs, no nays. Senate fllo No. 152,
by Could Requiring shipment of llvo
stock nt eighteen mllcB an hour on
main linos and nt twelvo mllos an
hour on branch linos nnd on throo
days In tho week known as stock
shipping days; 30 nycs, no nays. Sen
ate fllo No. 177, by Good Allowing
pnrty who pays for notice by publica
tion to select papor In which It shall
be published; 20 ayes, no nays. Sen
ate fllo No. 213, by Mosorvor-Author-Izlug
probnto courts to Ulspenso with
tho administration of certain estates
ngalnst which there are no debts nnd
to establish the heirs nt law; 2G nyes,
2 nays. Scnato fllo No. 51, by Cady,
was slaughtered, Mescrvo leading tho
fight. Tho bill, which was designed to
romodol tho Inheritance laws nnd give
widows half tho cstato of intoRtnto
husbands, received 14 votes, whllo 15
wero cast against It. In tho commit
too of tho whole, with Mockctt In tho
chair, sennto fllo No. 210 was recom
mended for passage. This bill, by
Olflln, is for the rollef of Lincoln
county. It Is alleged that taxes wcro
assessed unjustly against tho county.
Scnato fllo No. 187, by Gllllgan, a bill
to allow tho Boyd county settlers to
purchase tho lands upon which they
settled, wns recommended for pns
sago. Scnato fllo No. 140, by Epporson,
nnd senate fllo No. 132, by Jennings,
two bills to provent capital punish
ment, woro tnken up under special
order nt 3 o'clock. Tho bill of Epper
son wbb amended after the Kansns
law, and allows- tho convlct,to bo Im
prisoned under death sentenco during
tho pleasuro of tho govornor. Roth
bills wcro killed.
HOUSES Tho houso on tho 14th
adopted n resolution by Fostor of
Douglas fixing 9 n. m. ns the hour for
convening for tho romnlndor of tho
session. Tho following bills wero read
for tho third time nnd passed: Fixing
tho ntandnr.1 required to bo reached
by osteopathic practitioners beforo
bolng llconsed to practice. For tho
transfor of $800 from tho board nnd
clothing fund of tho girls' industrial
school nt Geneva to tho furnlturo and
repair fund. To allow constables $1
for each days' attendnnco on justice
courts. To nmend tho law rolating to
mill dam rights. To provide for tho
salo of atnto lands within Irrigation
districts. Extending for ono year tho
terms of county roglstors of deeds
now In ofTIco, In conformity with tho
biennlnl elections bill. To provldo for
tho Inspection of horses about to bo
shipped or driven out of tho state. Re
lating to proceduro In prnctlco boforo
tho supremo court. Extending for ono
year tho terms of county assessors
now in ofllco. In conformity with tho
biennial elections bill. To prohibit tho
operation and maintenance of bucket
shops. To glvo a purchaser the right
to recover money paid on contracts
of conditional salo of personal prop
erty, after wavier of forfeiture vondor.
To glvo tho district court Jurisdiction
in enses of malfeasance by county
ofllcerB. Appropriating $80,000 for tho
malntcnnnco of tho experimental sub
station at North Platte, and for other
special stnto university purposos. To
extend for ono year tho terms of
county supervisors now in ofllco, in
conformity with tho biennial elections
bill. To extend for ono year tho terms
of county commissioners now In ofllco.
in conformity with tho biennial elec
tions bill. To authorize South Omaha
to voto and issuo $250,000 of sewer
bonds. To provldo thnt township
boards shall cortify tho amount of
taxes required to bo raised for town
ship purposos, tho levy to be made by
tho county board, fallod of passago
by just two votes,' thoro bolng 49 ayos
to 40 nays.
SENATE Those bills woro passed
on tho 15th: S. F. 138. by Tucker To
quiet the tltlo to land which has been
platted and laid out In town lots. Tho
bill rotors to towns of less than 5,000.
S, F. 141, by Moservc To provldo for
tho Issue of water bonds and erection
of water plants in towns of 5,000. S.
F, 191 Providing bonds for stato and
county officers nnd reducing tho" bonds
of tho deputy attorney general nnd
deputy stato superintendent. S. F. 211,
by Cady Cities not liable for dam
ages by reason of dofectlve sidewalks
unless tho town officials have been
notified that tho walks aro dofective.
Applies to small towns. II. R, 157, tho
game law, was amendod so that quail
can bo killed only between November
15 and 30, nnd recommended for pas
sage. S. F. 171, tho trading stamp bill,
to prohibit the uso of trading stamps,
was rocommondod for passago with
out tho omorgoncy clnus'o. S. F. 110,
by Sholdon, providing the state levy
shall bo limited to 5 mills, wns dis
cussal but no action takon. S. F, 193.
by Glffln. providing that poll taxos ba
$3, to bo paid In cash, was indofinltoly
postponed, but wns rosurrocted and
placod on general fllo by tho senate,
with nn amendmont making the tax
$2 or two days' work.
HOUSE A llvoly debate ensued on
tho 15th on II. R. 330, by Voter of
Cedar, and tho bill finally wns recom
mended for Indefinite postponement In
commlttco of tho whole. This bill pro
vided for n codification of the Insur
ance laws, appropriating $3,000 for tho
work. Casebeer of Gage led tho op
position. H. R. 340, by tho Insurnuco
committee, the compromise fraternal
Insurance bill, vesting nuthorlty In 80
per cent of the membership, camo tip
next. Kyd of Gago offered nn ntnond
mont substituting 95 per cent for 80.
Kyd wns tho introducer of tho origin
al bill, which provided for a 95 per
cent government. MrMulIcn of Gngo
then offered nn amendment to mako
the per cont of government 100. A
long discussion followed, culminating
in tho amondment being lost. Burgess
offered an amendment taking orders
of less than 15,000 mombers from un
der tho operation of tho act and It
carried. Dodge offered an amendment
to strlko out tho provision exempting
fraternal Insurance orders from tax
ation. Carried. On motion the bill "was
ordered engrossed for third rending.
SENATE These bills woro passed
in tho sonato on tho 16th: S. F. 187
For tho rollef of the Boyd county set
tlers. S. F, 210 Authorizing tho tieas
urer to return to Lincoln county
monoy paid to tho stato In excess of
what tho county owed. Tho following
wero ncted upon In tho manner indi
cated: S. F. 27 Allowing tho gover
nor to fill n vacancy In tho legisla
ture during tho session, without a
special election; recommended for
passago. S. F. 241 The Omaha salary
bill; recommended for passage. S. F.
255, by Hughes Providing that It Is
necessary when a proposition is sub
mitted to tho voters to movo tho coun
ty seat to first secure a petition of
three-fourths of ho voters, and If tho
county sent has been In tho same town
for ton years or moro It will require
a petition of three-fourths of tho voters,
ordered engrossed. S. F. 25G Allow
ing agricultural associations to sell
their grounds when It is desirable to
remove tho location, Instead of allow
ing tho land to revert to the county;
ordered engrossed. S. F. 194 Does
away with road overseers and makes
tho county commissioners assume tho
duties; was indefinitely postponed. S.
F. 235 Providing how administrators
may renew mortgages on real estato
whon It will bo to tho Interest of tho
estate; was recommended for passage
S. F. 268 Provides for tho abolish
mentmont of township organization;
ordered engrossed. S. F. 278 Provid
ing for tho lovy of a road tax and how
tho monoy shall bo expended ; ordered
engrossed. Just boforo adjournment
Sheldon moved to reconBldor tho ac
tion of tho senate In killing S. F. 109,
a bill lo tax mortgages nnd tho mo
tion prevailed. Tho bill will now como
up for passago. In all twenty-flvo or
thirty bills woro rushed through tho
commlttco of the whole, most of which
wero not discussed.
HOUSE When the house convened
on tho 10th tho following petition,
signed by G. Cuscadon and fifty-six
other citizens of Omaha, was read by
"To tho Honorablo, tho Mcmbors of
tho Nobraska Legislature, Now In
"Whereas, Charges bavo boon pre
ferred ngalnst R. E. Stewart, superin
tendent for tho Institution for tho deaf
nnd dumb at Omaha, Neb., of gross ir
rogularltlos in his official capacity and
violation of tho statutes governing
said Institution; nnd,
"Whereas, Complaints have been
mado of nbuso and cruel treatment of
tho Inmates of snldvlnstltutlon, there
fore, wo, tho citizens of Douglas coun
ty, Nebraska, request your honorablo
body to tako steps to secure a legisla
tive investigation of tho charges, a
copy of which is hereto attached, and
malo report and recommendation on
Tho petition was referred to the
commlttco on asylums.
.In tho commlttco of tho whole tho
claims npproprlntlon bill, aggregating
approximately $40,000, was considered
and passed on item by Horn. McLood
of Stanton, Voter of Cedar and other
membors successfully attacked print
ing claims ot tho Stnto Journal com
pnny, amounting to $4,429.73, and they
wero stricken from tho bill. Tho argu
ment was mado tnat tho Journal com
pany Is defendant In a damage suit,
brought by tho stato for $85,400, and
that no monoy should bo paid tho
Journnl by tho stato until that suit Is
settled. Tho claim of Sheriff John
Power for $2,075.80 for caring for stato
prisoners was passed upon favorably,
Casobeor moved a reconsldoratlon of
tho action of the commlttco In reject
ing tho Stato Journal claims, nnd that
tho claims bo allowed, but that tho
sate auditor bo Instructed to dofer pay
mon until the court shall have passed
on tho validity of tho state's claim
against tho Journal company. This
motion provallod. The item of $10,000
for Sarah J. Billlnoyor, of Lincoln, for
injuries sustained from a fall, duo to a
bad Bldowolk on tho c&pitol grounds,
was reduced to $1,000. With these nnd
numerous othor amendments of loss
Importanco, tho bill wns ordered
grossed to a third leading.
SENATE iuor a somewhat spirit
ed opposition the sepata on tho 17th
passed the Cady railroad commission
I bill, which was opposed in tho forum
of debnto to the Sheldon bill. Tho
Cady bill, llko tho other one, 1 a joint
resolution for a constitutional amend-
-mont providing for Biirh n commis
sion. The commission shall consist of
tho stato auditor, land commissioner
and treasurer, varying in this partic
ular from tho old law which placed
tho secretary of stato on tho board.
Tho following bills werb passed: S,
F. 171 Tho green trading stamp bill,
to- prevent their use. II. It. 157 Tho
gnmo law nllowlng an open season for
quail for two weeks In November S.
F. 284 The county engineer bill H,
R. 207 was Indoflnltoly'postponed. Tho
following bills wero disposed of ns In
dicated: S. F. 190 Land outside of
city limits that Is to bo platted owner
must show certlflento that no taxes
are duo, and land must bo accepted by
county commissioners. S. F. 245 To
allow cities and towns to install heat
ing plnnts. For passage. S. F. 185
Repealing the law allowing a 7-mIll
lovy. For pnsBagp. This law Is now in
operative. S. F. 247 To facilitate the
collection of delinquent taxes. For
passage. S. F. 261 To mako tho party
voto apply on constitutional amend
ments when the measures were en
dorsed by parties. To pass. S. F. 237
Allowing telegraph and telephone"
companies to condemn property for
right-of-way. To pass. S. F. 254 Pro
viding for the formation of cemetery
associations. S. F. 271 Making scav
enger statutes specific. To pass. S. F.
281 Providing for annual reports ol
lnsuranco compnnles; was recommend'
ed for passage. S. F. 202 A bill to al
low tho people of Plattsmouth to reg
ulate motor charges; was approved.
S. F. 229 To limit senate employes
to forty-eight; was recommended fot
HOUSE Those bills were passed
on tho 17th: To establish a hospital
for crippled? deformed children and
thoso suffering from any disease like
ly to mako them deformed; and to pro
vldo for their education and for the
location nnd government of the hos
pital. Providing that when any real
estato Is situated In moro than one
township or precinct, or In moro than
ono school, road or othor district, It
shall bo listed separately for the pur
pose of taxation. Disclaiming and re
linquishing all claim of ownership or
tltlo on tho part of Nebraska to any
and all land In Iowa which horeafter
shall becomo within tho boundaries of
Nebraska by virtue of tho action of
any commissions appointed by tho said
states and the ratification thereof by
said states and the sanction therof by
tho national congress, or otherwise;
provided, however, that tho land has
bco"n for ten years or moro In posses
sion or occupation of any persons or
copartnership or corporation claiming
ownership or title thereto. Tho defi
ciency claims bill introduced by Stet
son as chairman of the deficiency com
mlttee, appropriating approximately
$41,000. Granting to tho United States
government rights-of-way for tho con
struction ot Irrigation canals. Provid
ing for the admission of foreign acci
dent Insurance companies to transact
business where the benefits do not ex
ceed $200. Providing for tho purchaso
of legislative supplies for each ses
sion prior to its convening, limiting
tho cost of such supplies to $3,000.
Regulating the salaries of county com
missioners. Defining tho purpose nnd
providing for tho government of the
School for flic Deaf and tho School
for tho Blind nt Omaha and Nebraska
Somo of tho names of towns upon
which Tennessee bases claims for
prestige: Barefoot, Botts, Leap Year,
Chimney Top, Chuckaluck, Half Pone,
Hanging Limb, Ipe, Marrowbone,
Mouse Tall, Opossum, Parch Corn,
Peanut, Rip Shin, Sweet Lips, Tom
Brown, U Bet, Yum Yum, Buzzard,
Roost, Fits, Mashmead, Peeled Chest
nut, Shoo Fly, Skull Bono, Snall-lope,
Tiger Tall and Wahoo. Washington
Not the Conductor He Wanted.
Sousa, tho bandmaster, was await
ing the departure of a train from a
railway station, when a red-faced old
gentloman rushed up to him and in
a surly tone asked: "When does this
train leave?" "I don't know," answor
od Sousa. "Don't know?" said tho
man. "Do you not? Whnt do you think
you'ro paid for being impudent to
passengers, eh? You're a conductor,
aren't yoU?" "Yes, but only of a brass
Tobacco Is Healthy.
In tho course of my association with
tobacco, about twenty-flvo years, 1
have known men ail this time, every
working day, to bo Inhnllng tobacco
dust or fumes produced In the process
of manufacture. Uninterrupted good
health is tho general rulo of all per
sons engaged in tobacco proceedings
of every kind, nnd gonerally of large
consumers. Writer in London Lan
cet. Knew Little of Country's History.
In a recent examination. in history
of French recruits ton out of tho twen
ty exnmined confossod thnt they had
nover heard of Napoleon. Joan of Arc
was thought to bo a groat man who
figured in sovoral wars. Louis XIV.
was an officer who was guillotined.
Bayard was a French king and Napo
leon I. mado tho war of 1870 and war
klllod In Algorla.
Vast Forests In Northern Belt.
Tho northern belt of forests is per
haps greater In oxtant than all tho
o'ther tlmbor bolts and reserves of
Canada combined. It oxtends from
the eastern part of T nbrndor, north of
the fiftieth parallel hi a northwesterly
dlrectipn to Alaska, a distance of somo
3,000 mllos, with an average width ot
perhaps 500 miles,
PAIN BUFFERED BY MB. MAEST0N
AB GREAT AB MORTAL 0AN STAND,
Tot- Six Mnnllis lie Contil Not Turn In
Uetlllo Tell of n Hrnicily Wlllcli
IlntUheit I'rrroct Ilcllef.
Tho ensa of Mr. Mnrston .shows that
sciatica can bd cured, nnd no ouo afflicted
by it should nllow himself to bo dis
heartened. He wns first strlckou nbout n
.year ago, mid for six months ho suffered
pniu which ho thinks tho most iutcuso
thnt any man could possibly stand.
Asked nbout the details of his romark
nblo recovery, Mr. Mnrston gavo tho fol
lowing account: " I was attacked by n
numbness or dull fooling just back of Iny
right hip. I didn't know what tho mat
ter wns, bnt thought it was simply n
stiffness that would wear nwny in n
short tiinn. It didn't, however, mid
soon tho pain bccnpio so very lmd that
every step was torture forme. When I
finally succeeded in gottinghome, itv'as
just ns much n I could do to roach my
room and get to bod.
"Tho doctor wnshentfor, and when ho
had examined me ho said I hnd sciatica.
Ho prescribed for mo, nnd ndviacd nionot
to try to lcavo my bed. Tho advice was
unnecessary for I couldn't get out of
bed if I wanted to. It was impossible for
mo to turn from ono sido to tho other.
ITho moment I nttemptcd to movo nny
part of my body, tho pniu beenmo so ex
cruciating thr.t I would hnvo to lio per
" I snlTored this tortnro for six months
without getting nny relief. Then I dis
charged tho doctor, nnd on tho ndvico of
n friend I bought n box of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills and began to take them, thrco
nt n dose, three times n day. I was de
termined to givo them n thorough trial.
"Two months after I began to uso
them I wns nblo to leave my bod nnd
wnlk nbout tho houso, nnd n mouth later
I wns entiroly cured and able to go nbout
my work ns usual. I think Dr. Williams'
Pink l'ille aro tho best medicine I over
used, and 1 heartily recommend them to
inyrtno who suffers from sciuticn."
Mr. Marston is a prosperous farmer
and may bo reached by mail nddrcssed
to Charlos P. Marston, Hampton P. O.,
Now Hampshire Dr. Williams' Piuk
Pills hnvo cured other painful nervous
iisordors, huch ns neuralgia, partial par-
iivhi.H mm locomotor ataxia, xuey aro
told by all druggists.
Inventor in Doubt.
"Is your invention a success?" "I
don't know yet," nnswered tho me
chanical genius. "It is such a simple
and effective device that I don't know
whether I can develop enough imagin
ative eloquence concerning It to
mako people subscribe for stock."
Horse Commits Suicide.
In a lawsuit Itv Aberdeen, Wash.,
over a horse, tho death of which in a
flood tho owner attributed to tho care
lessness of a man who had hired it,
the court decided that the animal,
which had suffered frorn melancholia
for somo time, committee suicide.
Don't you know that Defiance Starch,
besides being absolutely superior to
any other, Is put up 10 ounces in pack
age nnd sells at same price as 12
ounce packages of other kinds?
Tako caro of your living, and your
dying will take caro of itself.
Hundreds of dealers say the extra
quantity and superior quality of De
fiance Starch is fnst taking place of all
other brands. Others say they cannot
sell any other starch.
A stiff man Is not always a straight
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mi-L t . MifeM
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Afcfjelable Prcparalionfor As
ling the S toinachs and Dowels of
B tw yk w vWk mIIWfJ t nV.
Tsox JARC otic .
Aperfccl Remedy forConslirvi
Fion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Fcveristv
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAtJfiER.
LUBES WMlit ALL LLhE f AILS,
Ilct Cough Srrup. Taste Good.
in uma. noia Dr unjffKiu.
Hint for Young Wives.
The main thing is to realize that a
mnit In na ho Is. You can't chftngOs
him much. And tho sooner you lpavo
oft trying to reform him tho sootier
will you bo nblo to mako lum go
through Ills' paces and do tho cuto
tricks ho is cnnablo of. Indeed ho can
bo made quite tamo by gentlo treat
ment and, may In time learn Bomo or
tho finer things of llfo from his mis
tress. Tho nroDer study of woman
kind is man. Syracuso Journal.
An Old Offender.
"There's nothing new under tho sun.
Tho theory that mosquitoes transmit
disease Is not a recent development,
as many suppose. At n late meeting
of tho Asiatic socioty, in Ceylon, Sir
Henry A. Blnko, govornor of tho
Island, nnnounced that Cingaleso med
ical books of tho sixth century des
cribed slxty-scvon varieties of mos
quitoes and 424 Kinds of malarial
fever caiised by mosquitoes.
Child's Idea of Ollss.
A small child had been promised
that if she 'were very good sho should
bo taken to a hotel with her father
and mother. When there, some old
ladles, with a view to Improving her
mind, asked if sho wero n good llttlo
girl, and if sho knew where good llttlo
girls went to. "Yes," sho said; "they
go to hotels."
Law of Life Is Toll.
If you want knowledgo,' you must
toll for It; if food, you must toll for
It; and it pleasure, you must toll for
It. Toll is tho law. Pleasure comes
through toll, and not by self-indulgence
and indolence. When ono gets
to love work, his life is a happy ono.
This morning the sweet slumber of
our peaceful and quiet town was arous
ed by bang, bang, bang, like tho re
port of firearms, about 3 o'clock, indi
cating that a shooting affray was
taking place in somo part of town.
Two Kinds of People.
Somo aro all right all day If they
bogln the day all right; but somo
other people aro all right all day any
way, because If they don't begin tho
day right they jerk it into right. Or
vice SIsson In "Short Talks."
Million of Vegetables.
When the Editor read 10,000 plants for
16c, he could hardly believe it, but upon
6ccond reading finds that, the John A.
Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., than
whom there are no more reliable and ex
tensive seed growers in the world, makes
this offer which is made to get you to
test.Salzcr's Warranted Vegetable Seeds.
They will send you their big plant and
Feed catalog, together with enough seed
1,000 fine solid Cabbages,
2,000 riclf, juicy Turnips,
2,000 blanching, nutty Celery,
2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
1,000 splendid Onions,
1,000 rare, luscious Radishes,
1,000 glonoubly brilliant Flowers,
AIA FOB BUT 160 rOSTAOE,
providing you will return this notice, and
If you will send them 20c in postage, they
will add to the above & package of fa
mous Berliner Cauliflower. W. N. U.
Police Recover Rich Booty.
Half a ton of lace, stolen property,
packed In ten sacks, was discovered
by London detectives' a few days ago
on tho premises of a tailor. ,
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