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:it least one week IN SOME MANNER
amove rKKscp.iHED. "
Sec. 47, Art. :i, Chap. 1. CVmpilol
Now, M:. Taxpayer can yo.i see any-
THEN VOTE THE CITIZENS' ! thi,,K in ll'e above statute requiring I
ELECT THE CITIZENS'
Do you want to make I'laUs-
obvious and even commonplace re- diameter of the school, the studies,
m irks. Hut they involve a chance m ami the methods use. I, will tint be a
profound that the earryiinf of them i-ito block in a pattern made for universal
ty of enterprise? ;
t-ffoct would l;.c;.n .1
tiori. They mean,
school btx etioiijh to
.j. the publication of an ordinance in six I
.;. i issues of a daily paper, where two'
issues wouMIe sufficient. Mr. Tax-;
nay r do you believe the Journal, when
it says Judue Iioot s iil it MUST be
pnldihe.i in the daily? The statute
d es not mention its publication in a I
4- city through the county? THEN j ('a''y paper. In continuing a statute
VOTE THE CITIZENS' TICK- J rtmlir'nk' the publication of a notice
ET. fr "three week successively" the
Do you want to see the best & Sul""e"ie Court says: "The words,
fr city government this city ever & 'lnrt'L' Wt'l'ks successively' evidently
mean a publication OXCE. !
Alexandtr vs. Alexander, 'X Xeb. 71.
Do you want to sec a number '1
of small factories located in this
city? THEN' VOTE THE C1TI- $
ZENS' TICKET. ?
Do you want tr see the inter- V
4- urban railway built from this X
had? THEN VOTE THE CITI- X
ZEN'S' TICKET. j.
Do you want to boosi for I'latts- X Mr- Taxjiiyt-' do you believe the
mouth? THEN VOTE THE X
complete relu- use. It wiil not be a t..v;i seho. 1 put
first, a country down in the country. TI.e chief aim
employ sevtral will not lie to "cooi.i::ate' it with
teai'hors -- men among them who higher schools and colleges; for almost
should live at the school, or near by, a negligible percentage of pupil ever
ami regard its work as their life-work, goto college. l!ut it will be a school
They must be men. too, who will tvt so conducted as to develop the young
regard their whole duty done whi n they life of that particular community,
have taught ti e children a certain nam-' whether that plan would tit any other
her of fact out of books. They w ill community or not.
tei''has much outdoors as indoors : Such a task requires l'-'cdership of a
perhaps more. They will be leaders of high kind, men of originality and char
t!v people, making the school directly acter and force. And we shall never
arid still i lore indirectly a place of in- have country schools that are equal to
struct ion and of practical help for the oppertunity till we have men of
adults as wed as for chil lren. They this kind to take up the profession hs a
wiil help toward the ecmomic and social life-work. They can be found as soon
organization of the community. as we go to work on the right basis-as j
Then a still greater charge-the 1 soon as we make schools big enough and
.. . . - i earnest enough to give first-class men 1
-W-W'XW a t.ium.e for 8llcn noble careers. The
Rexal 93 Hair Tonic i
Grows hair on 93 heads out
of every hundred. 50G an(l S!
9:J Itexall Shampoo Paste is
the ideal shampoo for the hair
and scalp. Sold by
j- CITIZENS' TICKET. X
Y Do you want a clean business ',
administration for this city? '&
THEN VOTE THE CITIZEN'S' X
Do you want lower taxes, bet-
ter business, more work, and a X
butter opportunity for all? THEN -j.
Y VOTE THE '.TTIZENS' TICK- X
Journal? It has an ax to grind?
What the Coun'ry School
The report of the Commission on
Country Life is suggt stng many activi
ties by different classes of persons who
are building up our rural civilization.
For example, Mr. F. A. Cotton, the
State Superintendent of Education in
Indiana, invited the superintendents of
four adjacent states to have all the
j. et, T ' rural pulme schools in these live states
f i hold upon the same day a definite dis
;MX"';"MWX,W"MK"HSv ! Hussion of ways in which they may
j further the love of country life. This
" t is a concerted effort to find out defi.iite
The Journal says that Judge Jesse wa'8 in which the S('ho(,ls may (1 thu
t i . , .1 . .1 , , best service. Mr. CjI ton calls attention
L. Knot said that the Journal MUST,. . . . ,, .
to these fundamental facts:
be given ?:! of your money, where $18 j ..L Tho 0IH..ro(mi isi)Iiltcil adM0i
would be fuflicieit. Hut, Mr. Tax-j unless a very large one, can no longer
payers do you believe the Journal, ; meet the needs of the people.
when the statutes of Nebraska says: j ""-The community life with its
,,,,,. , , dominant interest agriculture-must
'All ordinances of a general nature . . ... . v. ., , . ..
determine the nature ot the work in the
shall, within one month after they are j chooi and thL, mote of promuiv.
passed, be published in some newspaper j "HI. Teachers must be well-prepared
published within the city, or in pamph-1 men and women, capable of dealing
let form, to be distributed or sold, as i WRn lne Pmum oi me, wining 10
make tne community their permanent
X ' John Swaney School, in a country ilis
f ; trict in Illinois, is such a school. Tho
T nAU.w.lj lw Ittfl.i nitv ff Mnnnmmii.i
C. ,M ltrN,l 111 LIU. Illlll- lJ .... ,,i,i,HMi.
Do you believe in good business -n Wisconsin are such schools. When
VOTE FOR THE CITIZENS'
city government, un- : there are enough such, we shall have a
by partisan politics? i new machinery of civilization in our
)TE FOR THE CITI- X 1 rural regions. From the World's
J j Work.
Do you believe that good gov
ernment is more important than
partisan politics? THEN VOTE
THE CITIZEN'S' TICKET.
Do you believe in a square deal
A Long Time
E. II. Todd was in tho city the latter
and an equal opportunity for all? -j part of the week and made the News
TIIEN VOTE THE CITIZENS' II ekai.d a pleasant call. Mr. Todd came
Ti(.K'FT X to Cass county in the spring of 1S57 a: d
Y ' the same fall with six others formed a
i Do you believe is stopping the ropul)littn orKbnizutin. lie is a na-
political leakagn from the city X tive of Owen county, Indiana.
treasury? THEN VOTE THE
CITIZENS' TICKET. ?! W. C. T. U. Notice.
, , i ,....:. - X! W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
u yM ueoee . Wu, n .y aftermM(n
i'lattsmoutn; i Mf-.N u 1 1. i n tu X Jlt o::io. Business meeting of import-
CITIZEXS' TICKET. X nce. Short Program. Interesting
Do you believe that good men t. meeting promised. Every one invited,
selected from both the republican ? Irge atrendance of members desired,
party and the democratic party X
would be likely to give all a
may be provided by ordinance, and
every ordinance fixing a penalty or for
feiture for its violation shall, before
the same takes effect, be published for
home, and to take the solution of its
economic, social, and educational prob
lems as their life-work."
These three propositions read like
y. square deal independent of po-
litics? THEN VOTE THE CITI
? ZENS' TICKET.
Lawn mowers at all prices. Penn
sylvania line from $2.50 to $13. Hauer'a.
See Dr. Barnes for your veterinary
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
New bulk garden seeds at John
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ivote ror (uummtns
Dr. Cummins Makes an Announcement of His
Intentions if Elected.
As ;i camlidiito for Mayor, I wish every voter to know just where I stand on all important
First: If eleeted it shall be my earnest endeavor to jjive the city a dean, conservative,
economical and business administration, assuming that I will have the support of the city
council to aid inc.
Second: I have no speciaUnterest other than a citizen in any contract or franchise that
may come before the city council and will use my greatest efforts to protect the taxpayers
against the lavish expenditures of the city funds, and will insist on economy lirst, last and
all the time.
Third: I believe in conservatism and NOT radicalism; .in equal rights to everybody and
special privileges to XOXE.
Fourth: I shall insist on equal distribution of street work in all parts of the city. ,
Fifth: I will use my best efforts to bring the street lighting controversy to delinite action
and secure the best contract possible for everybody at the earliest possible date.
Sixth: I have not and will not make any promises of appointments until elected.
Seventh: When a license is granted to a man to operate a saloon, I will protect his inter
ests the same as any other business man as long as he complies with the law. 1 shall insist
on closing the saloons at eleven o'clock every night ami all day Sundays just as specified by
law and has been the custom for several years.
10. D. ClI.M.MIXS.
I Vote for Emmons J. Richey
Tverybody knows Knunons J. Richey and he always treats you right. lie is honest, pays
his debts, attends to business, and does it right, lie keeps bis own books straight, and would
keep the citv's records straight. You can always depend on his word. He is not narrow
minded, lie is broad minded, liberal, generous, and would give all a square deal, lie is
capable, and businesslike in all be does. He will not tell this person one thing and deny it
tn the next person he meets. He believes in an equal opportunity for all and stands for a
so ware dea! for everybody. Vote for Kmmons .1. Kicliey for city clerk.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
The Kexall Agent.
All Germicides Not Good.
Of late unity count i ha have been
uwkliiK oltlclal tests m to thu value ol
Kei mlcliles. As a result It Is declared j
that the public should he careful In the ,
selection of a disinfectant, for there
are In the market many which havo
no germicidal act Ion whatever. Prof
Hewlett, as a result of his tests, say,1
that not only Is Hie public defrauded, !
but there is also a pravr danger Intro-1
duced when a person believed he va I
using soniethlni; which would totally!
destroy norma and wis thereby lulled ;
into a sense of security when In reall-,
ty no sense of security was Justilled. ,
lie claims that for many yeais past.
sanitary authorities have been living;
In a fool'H paradise vainly linanlnln;;
that the fluids they have been uplink '
ling around have been dealing death I
and destruction to all germs and bae-1
terlal Intruders. Ills advice Is that
before buying a germicide the public
should insist on receiving with It a
copy of a report on its value by u bac
teriologist or properly cpiallflcd incdi
;al man of standing.
ILL OMEN OF SPILLING SALT.
Supers tition H.is Come Down to Us
from the Ancient Romans.
Oliis and loyR have, all heard, per
haps, that It In "unlucky" to spill suit,
but that the evil effects may probably
be averted by throwing some of It
over your tight shoulder. It Is won
derful how nhi soiiie of (best? supir
slltloiiii i:re! This one about the silt,
for example, came to us from tho
ancient Kotnatis. Salt was tesardM
by them ;ri an emblem of pti'ifWa'lon,
and thiy ;i!wnyn phiced some on tho
head i f i victim In sacrifice. If tho
salt were spilled In doing this, It v.
looked upon as a b:ul omen.
It Is said tli.it the Unmans got tho
custom Mom the Jews, and after a
.while the silllln of salt on nny occa
sion was Moulded as unlucky. Tho
rtiMoin of throwing a part of It over
the right shoulder arose from their
belief that anything pertaining to ttw
ight tide was lucky, but to the hrft
tide, unlin ky.
(laved Hit Life and His Rupees.
During the great flood at llydera-
b til, India, a native hanker, overtaken
by the Hidden rush of water, made his
way onto a mound, where he wns
ipt'.ckly Isolated. Tho water rose and
the banker's legs were covered to his
"Fifty rupees, fifty rupees," he
shouted, "to anyone who will gave
me!" When the water reached bis
shoulders he was shouting: "One
thousand rupees!" When enveloped
to bis neck, with death staring hint in
the face, he yelled: "Help, help. All
that 1 have will I give to anyone to
Shortly after the water began to re
cede. When once mote be was cov
ered only to his knees an offer of res
cue came; but the banker, plucking up
bis courage, cried: "Keep off, keep
off! I will not give a rupee!" and suc
ceeded In making lila escape free of
AdolpluiH I Fay, dealt boy, they toll
me I'holly caught quite a cold dont
cherknow. Augustus Yes, he went without his
chrysanthemum one day last week.
Philadelphia Public J.ediier.
His American bouvenlr,
.lohn Mi'hinldt was young and Ot
man. Shortly after he cani to New
York bis lilemls in (1 'iniaiiy wroie:
"Send us as a cnivonlr sonietiilns
typical of Atiiciienn habits."
So John Sihmldt looked around.
After iibKcrvliig Americans at horn..
R tid In public for a period of t!irH
weeks be cor.uub'ied himself compo
tent to comply with the request. I.a.,t
week be srnl home in thing whl.h,
lu his opinion, iiu.st .ndc.juately repre.
scut m1 Anierbaii customs and lasH'u
tloiis. lie ma six packages of ch'f.v
During Gun Firing.
The Hiiibh admiralty has given st
tetitlon to the question tit ear protec
tion during heavy gun firing, ami It
has been decided to uas plasticine,
with the addition of cotton wool, lint
the form of ear protection to be tn(l
Is to be left to the Individual choice n(
officers anil men. Plasticine may b
supplied to ships and gunnery schools
If specially demanded. The addition ot
liO to t0 grains of cotton wool ha
been recommended to Insure perfect
safety. It Is pointed out that the cost
of the material Is very small and lu.
use is often ilctOrabln.
Headquarters For Sjiaiildinrfs Athletic Goods,
Base Balls, Bats, Gloves, Mitts,
Mash, etc., this season at
Herold Book & Stationary Store
Buy Spaulding's Base Ball Goods. There is
none none "just as good." Beware of the
"just as good" dealer who makes "appear
ance" first and "quality" secondary, and of
fers the customer the "just as good" article
when Spauldings are asked for.
Full Line of Fishing Tackle.
Frtsh shipment of Red Band Brand Candies
just received from New York. See window
display of these 20 cent candies which we are
selling at 12 cents a pound.
Read all the latest copyright $1.50 books for
10 and 15 cents. New arrivals, "The Round
Up," "Serventin the Houee." "Lewis' Rand,"
"The Man in Lower 12," "The Bronze Bell,,'
"The Yoke," "The Music Master," "54-40 or
Fight," "Red Mouse," "The Missioner." Be
sides about 200 othor Iwoks of recent popular
fiction for ront at 10 and 15 cents a week.
Herold Book & Stationary Store
One Door West of Fanger's.
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