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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1925)
Drives out the catar
rhal poisons, dispels
the inflamation of
the mucous linings
and reinforces the
system against dis
For safety take
Pe-ru-na during hot
Tablets or Liquid
English k^planting Trees
In an effort to replace English fori
ests depleted during the war, the for-,
estry commission has planted 30,000,
000 trees, which cover 10,000 acres.
This number will be doubled next year,
and the work continued afterward.
Tired, Lame, Achy?
Are you dragging around with a con
I stant backache? Feel weak, worn and
•' achy: so miserable you can’t enjoy a mo
ment s comfort? How about your kid
neys? Well kidneys filter off body poi
sons. But when the kidneys slow up,
poisons accumulate and upset the sys
tem. Backache is apt to follow, with
sharp pains, dizziness and annoying kid
ney irregularities. Don’t delay!'lf you
suspect faulty kidney action, use Doan’s
Pills. Doan’s have helped thousands—
are recommended the world over. Ask
An Ictva Cue
Mrs. W. Rosine,
A v e., Eldorado,
) Iowa, Bays: “My
back gave out and
ached and pained
so I was miser
able. When I
■wept the floor,
my back hurt so
that I had to Btop
and rest. My kid
neys acted too
ireety ana wnen l iook coia, me
trouble was worse. Doan's Pills re
STIMULANT DIURETIC TO THE KIDNEYS
Fotter-Milburn Co., Mig. Cheat., Buffalo. N. Y.
Teacher for Eighty Years
Sirs. Anne Slade of Hastings, Eng
land, taught in Sunday school 80 years
and at one hundred and two believes
she is the oldest living Congregation
For Colds Headache
Accept only a
which contains proven directions
Handy “Bayer” boxes of 12 tablets
Also Lotties of 24 and 100—Druggists
Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manu
facture of Mouoacetlcacldester of Sallcyllcacld
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y Shake Allen’s Foal-Ease
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The Old Home Town
HENRY APPLEGATE AND SEVERAL BYSTANDERSj
WERE CONVINCED TODAY THAT YOU CANT
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BY ARTHUR BRISBANE
Busy days In Tennessee, where the
actual monkey trial Is being held. It
la a silly trial, but good will come of
Revivalists bring their tents to
preach the Word as they see it. That
will do good.—Any sincere religion
is better than none.
Peddlers are selling Bibles to many
that haven't read the Book for years.
Whether you take Jonah and the
whale literally or figuratively, you
cannof deny that the Bible is the
most beautiful and powerfully writ
ten of all books.
There Is one feature not so good In
Dayton. They use the expression "hot
monkeys" Instead of “hot dogs," and
that is not respectful, whether mon
keys are or are not our ancestors.
And they sell corn whisky from the
mountains at $10 a gallon. Ten-dol
lar-a-gallon whisky Is even worse
than “hot monkey” for the human
Those that believe In the Bible
word for word and fear that evolution
may destroy Christianity are ad
vised to read once more these three
verses from the 101st Psalm.
“Of old, Thou hast laid the founda
tion of the earth: and the heavens
are the work of Thy hands.
“They shall perish, but Thou shalt
endure: llTea, all of them shall wax
old like a garment; as a vesture shalt
Thou change them, and they Bhall
“But Thou are the same, and Thj
years shall have no end."
The courage and genuine faith of
the old psalm writer would consider
ably strengthen the backbone of
Mr. Bryan and other tremblers.
Whoever, thinks one small monkey,
or a whole army of monkeys and Dar
wins can pull down, a religion ex
pressing the will of God, cannot have
a high opinion of God’s power.
James Speyer, New York, banker,
will spend $50,000 bringing professors
from Germany to study *he work at
Johns Hopkins university In Balti
more. That Is money well spent. Ger
man men of science, second to none
In the world, will learn from the
Americans, who will learn from them
and the whole world will profit.
More good will come from Speyer’s
$50,000 than Mr. Barauch's $250,000,
given "to take the profit out of war.’’
To discourage war and profiteering,
If you looked at the sky last night,
as we all should every night and do
rarely, you saw three beautiful plan
ets, Venus, Mars and Merciiry, shin
ing close together.
Men reproduce themselves in their
maps of the heavens and in their
creation of religions. They put Venus.
Mars and Mercury, representing love,
war and commerce. In the sky. They
attribute to the gods with whom they
people that sky their own emotions,
hatred, jealousy, vengefulness.
More primitive religions even rep
resent their gods as liars, cheats and
destroyers of earth women.
"If the camels had a god.” said the
ancient Greek philosopher, “their god
would have four legs and a hump.”
Influenza Is raging In Alaska,
sweeping away Indian populations as
our population would melt away be
fore yellow fever or Asiatic cholera.
We are partly protected from dis
eases, Including tuberculosis, meas
les, etc., because we have got used
to them. The thing we don’t know
Is what conquers us. You remember
how whisky conquered the Indians.
Just as the white people had be
gun to conquer ordinary whisky by
getting used to It—drunkeness steadi
ly diminishing in consequence every
year—prohibition and a new kind of
As It It Spoken.
From th« Chicago News.
A man took nls wife with him on a
visit to Parts. As neither had been to
the French capital before, they prom
ised themselves a good time. They
began by treating themselves to a good
Toward the end of the meal th« man
vas telling his wife that her French
.•ronunciatlon was all wrong, and that
phe shouldn’t say ’'merer’ as it were
ur English word "mercy.”
“Now I’ll give that waiter 10 francs,"
he told her, “and you listen carefully.”
He handed the man a 10-^ranc note
and the reply was. "Thanks v«ry muchl
lian'MiiMi'r' 'v *.—■;...i'■'■•; ^ii—»■■ ■■ ■!■■ ■■■■
An Investigation to fix respon
sibility for the collapse of the
Pickwick Club’s building in Bos
ton, has been launched by Governor
Alvan T. Puller. More than forty
persons lost their lives in the dis
whisky came in. Whether anybody
can ever get used to that is doubtful.
The British know what they are
about. They recognized the bolshevlst
government promptly and made com
mercial treaties with Russia, although
the czar, killed by the bolshevlsts,
was a cousin of King George.
l^ow one single bolshevlst envoy,
Rakovsky, brings to London from (
Moscow orders for British firms
amounting to $72,750,000.
Lord Beaverbrook, when he was
last here, said: “Of course, we do
business with Russia. Why shouldn’t
we? We’d do business with cannibals
if they could buy our goods.”
We are more virtuous than that in
America, but we lose by it.
Lady Astor, the young woman given
to Britain’s house of commons by
the state of Vi?ginia, has made Brit
ish lawmakers realize that • Women,
even the most unfortunate, have
Every year in London 5,000 or 6,000
women, on the mere say so of a po
liceman, without any corroboration,
are marked with an infamous brand.
Many things have been tried—rescue
homes retention, all except common
justice said Lady Astor. The house
Is flying dangerous? If the pilot
usos common sense, it is less danger
ous than crossing a crowded street.
In 25 months pilots from Mitchell
field have flown 1,827,000 miles, in
31,363 separate flights.
Only three have been killed, al
though pilots have turned endless
somersaults and committed much
other foolishness in the air.
Sixty years hence cautious old
ladles will refuse to ride in automo
biles or earth trains. They will say;
my they are too dangerous.
I only fly and at a safe height."
An increase in the price of rubber
drives manufacturers to plan for
■mailer tires. Some man of lntelll
In Sarah Bernhardts "The Art of the
Theater,” she tells of a farewell per
formance in New York. "I was 25
minutes getting to the stage door," she
writes. "Hundreds of'people shook my
hand, begging me to return. One lady
removed her brooch and fastened it to
my mantle. At each step I took I was
detained. One iRdy had the idea of
producing her pocketbook and asking
me to write my name. The idea spread
like lightning. Very young people made
me write my name on their cuffs. 1
was completely exliausted. My arms
were loaded with small bouquets. I
telt some one behind me pulling my
I turned around quickly. A lady
With a pair of scissors in her hand was
trying to cut a lick of my hair, but
she only succeeded In cutting my feath
er. Detectives had to' liberate me."
gence will find a way to substitute
steel springs for rubber and produce
a tire better than a rubber tire.
Judge Gary ought to work that
out, through the big steel company.
"Man’s inhumanity to man makes
countless thousands mourn."
The other day
When fever racked and ran like lurid
So low I lay. When Life seemed very
little and not worth the game
She who was my wife, my dearest
love, came to my bed.
E’en now, altho’ I’m sane again, I
still can sense the fragrance
Of her garments as she crossed the
room and laid
Her cool dear fingers on my head.
I dared not raise an eyelid, nor
breathe, lest she should vanisn
And go back to those dim vista’s
where our loved ones go
When He who rules this universe
deems it Is better so.
I heard her voice again
Full of familiar cadences that
charmed mo so,
And this her message: "Dear. I know
you are not happy, though
You keep so busy, and our child,
poor little man
He cannot understand why thingB are
so. And though I see
My loved ones every day, I, too, am
111 at ease,
And only you in all this great wide
world, can bring me peace.
Go then to Iter, whom you and I mis
judged and tell her so.
She Is most kind, and she will under
stand. And he who loved us so
And whom we hurt through her iij
blindness, tell him too.”
Then she was gone.
But still throughout the room
Her presence left with me a rare
perfume, her favorite flower.
Then she was truly here, and I must
hasten to perform
The task she set me. Ah, it Is not easy
when the years have proved
You wrong, to ask for pardon. And
I am only mortal.
But I would not prolong for her I
love, unhappiness and
These her words to me, “Dear Love,
nor you, nor I, nor yet our child
Can ever happy be, till you have pen.
ance done and pardon asked
Then God will gracious be.”
. By George Elliot
In Silas Warner the authoress pic
tures human characters as we find
them In everyday life today. Silas
Warner, the man wrongfully ac
cused, shunning his fellow men
Dunstan Cass, the blackmailer,
knowing of his brother’s crime and
using this knowledge to enrich him
self at his brother’s expense. Good
frey, a weak character, trying to
make amends when too late. Nancy,
his wife, too good to be natural, and
Epple, the soul of loyalty and grati
The story proves how the finest
characters may be found among the
humble, while some In the upper
walks of life may be very vile.
“Autobiography of a Super-Tramp”
By William H. Davies
(Alfred A. Knopf Company)
See America through the eyes of
a tramp, an Englishman recently
come to fame as a poet.
Beating his way, lodging in Jails,
the super-tramp has weathered
Canadian snow storms and the
malaria of the Mississippi. He has
witnessed lynchlngs and the build
ing of railroads and canals. In a
rush to the Klopdyke the accident
occurred which changed the course of
his life and saved for England an
Man and Scarecrow.
From the Youngstown Telegram.
A traveler stopping near a small shac*
by the roadside In Kentucky said to th(
woman who came to the door:
••Where Is your husband?”
••Down yender In the field,” the worn,
••Which one of thoe# two men Is your
"They’s only one man down yender.
Tother one Is a scarecrow."
“All right. I'll go down there and see
Dryly, the woman remarked:
“Look and see which one moves lift
most, and tother one will be Hanla/*^
Authors are getting very modest, J.
C. Squire writes, In the London Ob
server. I have Just been reading a
book of verse of which every page Is
perforated all along the inner margin
as the divisions between stamps on a
sheet are perforated.
At the beginning the considerate
bald had a note, quite serious, stating
that nobody will be pleased with all
his verses, and that he wishes his read
ers to tear out those pages which they
don’t like (if possible, passing them
along to some other person who may)
and keep wiiat they tike, though it be
but a single poem.
And here is Roland A. Knox, toward
the end of a short work of fiction, "The
Viaduct Murder,” shyly inserting this
"To the Reader: This chapter may
lie omitted if the hook be thought too
New Cathedral Facade
Belfast War Memorial
Belfast is commemorating its service
in tlic World war by erecting a new
facade for its Protestant cathedral as
a victory memorial. The first stone
was laid at a ceremony that was given
state and civic dignity. The duke of
Abercorn attended, as did the lord
mayor and corporation of Belfast. The
Protestant primate was present and
was accompanied by 14 bishops, some
of whom came from England. The
Presbyterian church was represented
by the moderator of its general assem
bly and the Methodists hy the chair
man of the Belfast synod. Lord
Glenavy, chairman of the Free State
sennte, attended as an invited guest.
Are You This Man?
I want to hear from the man who
wants not only to sell honest mer
chandise, hut render REAL service to
the Farmer. Hundreds of men are now
engaged with me in this work.
Many of these men are farm men.
They came to us without selling expe
rience and we trained them to selL
We are the makers of the famous
Colt Lighting and Cooking System—
the largest firm of Its kind.
Write me if you are really Interested
in learning our selling plan, drive your
own car and are over 25 years of age.
H. F. Reiss, Vice-President, SO
East Forty-second St., New York.—Adv.
Senator Cameron was analysing at
a luncheon the mercantile marine
situation. He concluded:
“So the business men who are try
ing to build up our mercantile marine
for us will soon be in the position of
the medico if they don’t watch out.
“The medico was dashing along at
a good pace when his horse pulled up
short before a certain boose. The
medico frowned as black as a thun
der cloud and gave the horse an angry
cut with the whip.
“ ‘Go on,’ lie hissed. “Go on, you
fool. He’s dead.’"
Mardi Gras Centenary
New Orleans ulready Is planning
for the centenary of the Mardi Gras.
Since 1827 the Mardi Grus, a season
of festival and merrymaking that lias
heroine famous, has been an annual
event. The revelry and elaborate dis
play draw thousands of visitors year
ly and the 1027 observance will likely
outdo all previous programs.
Interest Has Mounted
There Is entered In n bank book
owned by Mrs. M. Clifton Kdson, East
Bridgewater, Muss, a deposit of $5
by her mother, Harriet A. Holbrook,
made October 28, 2848, and upon which
nothing more is recorded deposited or
withdrawn. The $5 has accumulated
Interest until It has grown to $150.20.
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Fined for Show
Ilev. Douglas Montagu Heath, vicnr
of St. John’s church, Ifariow, England,
was lined $20 for staging a play In
the parisli church without a license.
There was no charge for admission.
I Suffered Three Years. Re
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St. Panl, Minn.—"I have a little girl
three years old and ever since her birth
l have suffered with
my back as if it wer i
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have felt as if some
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also had dizzy spellfl
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month. I had read
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women in the news
papers and the drug
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