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Has the reputation of being the best manufactured. This reputation has been gained honestly by hard
work and years of experience m building machinery. Haphazard methods have had no part in the
manufacture. Nothing but the best of material and the best workmanship have been used and the re
sults are manifest.
Take the Case Steel Separator, for instance. It is built fire proof and water proof, does its work
perfectly, is the most economical machine built and has absolutely no rival. The saving of insurance
money alone on this machine is something important. All Case Separators are simple in construction,
durable and long-lived, have great capacity and require less power to operate than other machines.
And the prices are right. It costs a little more to produce a good machine, but the selling price is
not advanced. ' See our machines and get our prices and we will sell you the goods, and you will have
many occasions to congratulate yourself.
Don't overlook us when you have occasion to
use anything in the livery line. Our turnouts
are the best in the city and we charge no more
than you will be required to pay for the second
grade. Barn is located at Seventh and Main.
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FIND A CURE IN BEE STINGS.
Undoubtedly Give Relief In Cases of
Rheumatism and Gout.
Not a cure for th stings (if been, but
the sUng of a bee as a cure for some
thing else namely, rheumatism or
gout The belief that rheumatic pains
may be relieved by allowing a bee to
Alng the affected part Is prevalent In
widely distant lands. Il has beeu
claused by many with other odd popu
lar "cures," such is spitting on the bot
tom of a stone to cure wai ts and bo on.
Hift there Is no doubt that. In this case,
tradition is correct, for the bee cure
bag been tested and reported upon too
often by repmnble physicians to uduilt
An Oxford professor has recently
pent tiouie time In tracing the origin
and history of this queer but effective
method of treatment. It first uppcars
iu print, so far as he could And, about
titty years ago in a Parisian medical
Journal, In the shape of an Hccoutit or
4he experiences of a French beekeeper
who, finding a rheumatic trouble of
long standing relieved by the acciden
tal sling of a bee on his wrist, caused
bees to sting him in other purls of I ho
body, und ho was cured. Since his day
the cure appears from time to time In
medical literature, often as u supposed
new discovery. It bus been successful
ly employed In many parts of the
world. Dr. Fere, an Austrian ulivsi-
clan, hag a record of about seven hun
dred cases iu which he has used It.
The sting causes considerable pain,
but this soon ceases, as the part be
gins to swell, and after two or three
such treatments the rheumatism disap
pears for six months or so.
Kvldently (he Ming acts as a natural
hypodermic Injection, and the so-called
"poison" contains the curative princi
ple. A chief constituent of the fluid la
formic acid, but whether this or some
mliior element is responsible for the
effect of the sting Is not 'certainly
known. Montreal Standard.
STRONG FLIGHTS OF ORATORY.
The daughter of her mother was do
ing a stunt at the piano.
"My daughter's music," said the
proud parent, "cost us a lot of money."
"Indeed!" rejoined the visitor. "Did
some neighbor sue you?"
Examples of Mixed Metaphors Calcu
lated to Cauie a Smile.
An amateur historian is responsible
for this: "All along the ever flowing
stream of history jou can discern the
silent footprints of the crowned heads
of Kurope! '
The village reporter in the death
of I ho villa1;" poet: "Tliiit dauntless
pen shall write no mere, for Us eyes
are rinsed lorever!"
Froij the speed! or a rising yourr;
' ( lliti -Ian: "The trice ll:ht of pub
lic i ; liiii i) f-hall deg ti clr fo:i!st"pi
mill It Mrat:i.lrs them. Then slit 1
tl.iy swallow the hitler pill :;.;rt drink
!ts e1 v dreiR."
.'.('.vice a'i(! v. nrrii; fr:i::i a succcai-
I A Tabloid Fable.
I A Man once collided with an Oppor-
I "Why don't you look where you are
i filing?" growled the Man.
"Don't you recognize nic?" asked the
: Opportunity, pleasantly.
"No, and 1 don t care to. You hnve
1 trodden on my corns." replied the Man.
j as he limped away.
Moral: Don't believe the people "alio
j say they have never had a chance.
1 rf h.i! Itirss t1) ii raihtilng .f
f . !.: "Kvc:y ii'!g i:i the l:;.l
!".:(( ? Is pivd with rlippevy
:) v.M' h ( r'y- fie rlerr he1)')
e -?ca.'y I r.n r ";.'j t
l aih r ' f.iTra.-vtt.- v. as a:V..- .-s
tr a irie'ii'M of nine men. t he I:u1
: -M '.I :i:l y i t l.i c I to t! eat 1fct fr ' I
l : t : . : i'i:y rf t!e s' r .-ii'ius slra "J'
1 o l.drr. lad ra.le fir that nr s'
!:'d I i i ot o. :.t s-iieii a vote how
vi : y (1 'ire I. a I b ' :i f oKjae
;d let: : v.::.-. al I
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JUST A WORD
The News-Herald is equipped to do all kinds
of Job Printing and will appreciate an opportunity
to Figure with you when in the market for anything
:n our line. No job is too large for our ability to
execute and no job is too small to receive our most
painstaking care, we cordially invite the attention
of our farmer friends to our sale bill department.
This is splendidly equipped for the prompt execu
tion of work of this character, and our prices will
be found to be as low as the lowest. To the bus-
J iness men, if you will telephone your wants a rep-
J resentative will call and quote you prices an any
thing you may need. We earnestly solicit a sh are
of your patronage.
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The ter. i vnt'.ee
a rlri1: ! it r.
-t Iu tl.1,1, "Wf
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: ; s i t and the
;e', 'u!:;g oat t'.1 1;
iuIvcc: te v. u i t-Iv-t':e
I '.Jture of t'n
A Busy Holiday.
"Xaw. I dent think Thnmy'll be
stajli.g long on this l ew ji l he's took
up wld." said Mrs. HeiKhy. ""i'is too
hnrrd fer Mm. Sure he pets i:o rls'
at all from Monda' nio!tii:i" till ?.i:h
tirda" night, and 'tis tat what t!:o
maii's used to."
"lie has his Pund; s to list in." hr.z
aided the caller, beldly.
"An' what o' that?" said Mrs. Ilrr
llhy. "Cn Sutuia's he hr.s to gj to
church, t il' take the chihln ri to their
ttuiidiu.'imiiia's, tin' visit wld his
if csliis an" a'.l 'tW no list at h!1."
"Twas wan day out of Iveiy fertnlt
he had wld (he ould job, wa'nt it?"
queried the culler.
"It w.is." said Mrs. Ilullhy, "an'
'twas n grand v.vuiion he had. I'd
save ivcry hit o" the wa-l-.ln'. an' he'd
wring it out line, an' h: i,g it on the
line fer iue: thin he'd f:'.v in,' sJ-.pli:
wood enough to last till the nixt vaca
tion day. an' he'd b ite ivcry n ut la tlx
h.use an' shine up 'he t iaeriK nil' tlu
I 'i'k r. an' wash the wleilys, en' there'd
i'lvvays bo some lit ! t!i;-.i 1 e!;i
dtlvisi' tii.ils or the i;Re, lie cud ivi
"An' whin he'd ,: to lied r.t r.U'at
he'd i.lve:- la;l to s .y to !::: 'We'.:.
Cellii. lay Muation day is over, hr.t I
leel like li's li.ilui Ule lii'. I.V to Hi If.Cn
to wu.-ik to ia:;ri-e:,' hr'd say."-
V V V
"Give me the man who loves his work,
However hard it be;
Who only thinks it mean to shirk,
And hates the hireling's plea.
Though hands and face be hard and brown,
That were a trival thing;
Who wears his duty like a crown,
Is (very inch a king."
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I a t
:i:o let of t v II
i;on i f dii:
;ht by t!
!!:; grc1 t
i-::! Inn ave it t: on- tliif .'" In
"i: is the l,(!tle. which s::.'!
h a re o,;r lai r Idle at ill"
,.:.(.' i: iy s i.hliia;; yau la (lie
A I nn- . n igi. '
lu'rvo'ei!1 New Y'i''r rei- uMy
::ii!eu(! Ivn uir's to do
deee of w;irk III
was eaiiipie'ed Iu
lontid ihiit one g'rl.
bring expert, Jul dne u great deal
mine than '.he othtr n:ie. Helng un
certain what he Ciivht to pay them he
decided to leave tl'Ht qtlxgtlon to lliein
The expert glil set h";- price and, to
hl-i aniaetiieii!, the other girl charged
"Mow Is thHt?" he tiked. "Miss
Swft charges me a (treat den! less
than you do for the same amount of
"Certainly," reasoned Miss Young.
"It took me a great deal longer to do
It than It did her. I ought to he paid
for my time, oughtn't 1?"
The benevolent New Yorker re
flected, ninriuurfd something about
her manifest qualifications for the
plumbing buslnes'i, and Anally compro
mised with them both by a sagacious
d al In candy.
f..!l Into tenjy.ytt.ms l:!i!d"nt o
i;:v prof( v. don. 1 svniinit enly t';-.e
ci-ln-.es that an re'ju'ii d in u:y pro-f's-sion:
but I c'.nuiiiit tlnvn. ... I
think that the lir::y would he doiii'.
a big service shonl 1 tlu -. tal:e their
n r.gregiiiions and know theni' and
the teiup'aMons of the u:en. und the
irefersioiis that are represented
there; and when they And a banke
does this thing, know eiiou :h aliont
bunking to know v.heOier it Is reiil
liaiikiiig or whether It Is "financing."
and thin when they know that, find
out how this thing comparts with
what other men do. . . . Let the
man go on committing his sin and
take his burden or it, but help him
to see that we are all doing it to
gether, that It is a system: that It Is
true he must do these things, and
then prepare his mind for the time
v-hen un attempt will be made to
change It all. and then tell him to be
ready to make the sacrifice with the
list of us. Lincoln Steffens' Address
ltefore Hoston I'nlversallst Clergymen.
Furniture That Pleases
Old Winter with his reign of ice and snow will
soon be gone. Those chilly blasts will be a thing of the
past. Spring with its new demands will soon be here,
and you will need some new furniture. Our line is re
plete with up-to-date, designs and patterns, which .ire
sure to please, and at prices, which are sure to appeal
to the prudent buyer. See our display, we are glad to
show the goods and quote you p rices.
STREIGHT & STREICHT
For Hot Fires Get Egenber-
gcr's Coal !
Lacking Warmth. J
"The cri:ics all say that my pictures '
"l)o you work In ells?" !
"Then why not paint In a few oil :
Sure satisfaction every time you light a tire if on
top of the kindling is ebony fuel from our yards
It's heat and light giving and slate-free when it
leaves the mines, screened and cleaned again here
and served to you full weight and with celerity of
delivery. Order any way that suits you. Eoth
J. V. EGEMBERGER
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