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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1904)
Much of nomrn'i
daily oe is du to
Udmy trouble, Sick
kidneys cause back
ache, languor, blind
fle, iiiaonmla und
urinary troubles. To
cure yourself, you
must cure the kid
neys. Front by the
experience of oih.
ert who have beta
Mrs. William W.
. ' I'lvunnuiu"
Al nurse. Of lti J.mn Kr Tnt.r.o,. vr t
says: I have not only seen much Put
rprlng and many deaths from kidney
trouble, but I have miffered myself. At
one time I thought I could not live.
My back ached, there were frequent
headache, and dUzy opells. and the
kidney secretion were dlBordered.
Ifcan s Kidney IMIU helped me from
the flrnt, and soon relieved me entire
ly of all the UiutrcEsli's nud painful
A FRKR TRIAL of this great kid
tiey mcdlelno which cured Mrs. Brown
will bo mailed on application to any
part of the United States. Addresi
roster-Mi-iburn Co.. Iluffulo. N. Y. For
sale, by all druggists; price 00 centi
It Wat a Tempting Slflht.
"Tody" Hamilton, the Ingenious
press agent of the Ramum & Bailey
show, took a few newspaper men of
New York on their annual excursion a
the winter quarters at Bridgeport a
few weeks ago. For their education
lie arranged for a series of experiments
to demonstrate how far tho wild
beasts would go in the consumption
of strong drink. Hugo pans of beer
whisky, and other Intoxicants were
put lti the cages of tho animals. Some
drank tho liquor, and some would not
to near it. As a bis pan of whisky
was being shoved In to tho polar bear
one of "Tody's" frl,.ds, inclined to
lilbnloiiFness, looked appeallngly at
him and said: "Say. 'Tody,' have you
pot an empty cage you could put me
Not David the Psalmist.
David Bolasco and Henry do Mille
collaborated onco on a piny. In which
they used the line from tho Fsalm of
David, "Lt.rrt how long shall the
wicked, haw long shall tho wicked
triumph?" The actor to whom this
lino fell expressed his dissatisfaction
over it, and confided his feelings to
De Mille. "Are you stuck on It?" the
actor asked him. "Yes,' said De
Mlllo, "1 must confess I am. You see,
tho line Isn't mine; it's David's." "I
thought bo" said tho actor; "anyone
could tell that was some of Dave Be
lasco's bad English."
Tho Doctor Madam, what seems
to be tho trouble? The Fair Patient I
am afraid my heart Is broken, doctor.
Tho Doctor Oh, I see; under those
circumstances you want to consult a
First Kid Say, Jimmy, how did
you get wlso to tho right answer to
givo tho teacher, becond Kid I call
ed up Main 1S00 bci'oro I started to
Honesty is undoubtedly tho best
policy, but a good many people some
how fail to keep their premiums paid
We offfr One llnniltrit Pnliart lirwiiril f"t luji
fane f l aturrb tbui cuuiuil be cured by Hait i
F. J. CIIEXKT CO., T0IP.I0, O.
We, the umleralitni'il, live known K. J. I henry
fnr the lant l.'i v'm, uml hi-Ucve Mm perfectly hon
orable In all fiUNincfta transaction and financially
able to carry out ny otiltmitt tnaili- by III-firm.
Yyai.immi. Rinnan & Maiivin,
W li"Uvic Iiruk'k-Ui". Toledo. O.
Halfe Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, action
directly upon the blood and iiiiicoiin aurfacea of the)
avatetn. TeMtl-noiiinl aent free, l'rlce i3 ceuu per
be" tie. Suit! hv all imik'ulnta.
'J alto Hait i Family I'llli fur comtlpatlun.
A married man's idea of heaven Is
a rlnce whero ho won't be compelled
to tils up the price of an Kaster bon
net. Aik Tour Dealer For Allan' Foot-rule,
A powder. It rests tho feet. Cure Corns,
Bunions, Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous, Aching
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's
Foot-Ease makes newor tight shoeseasy. At
all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac
cept no substitute. Sample mailed I" he it.
Address Allen S. Olmsted; Le Koy, N. Y.
Airships will never reach a success
ful stage as long as hot air Is used
as a motor power.
Tmo'i Cure la tho best medicine we ever used
for oil uflcttlonn of tho tfctout ami luniri. Wai.
a Knuslicy, Vuuburon, lad., Feb. 10, 1MXX
Now theo are rumors oi a board I rg
house trust abroad In tho land. Hoard
ing houses that will trust would fill
a long-felt twant.
Little Willie Papa, whnt Is meant
by forging tho fetters? Willie's Papa
Signing another man's nnnio to a
check, my boy.
When a man starts to run through
a fortuno there aro lots of other rryn
who aro willing to act as pacemakers.
If a druggist has no conscience he
usually has something ho considers
After a man has paid a woman a
few compliments ho will bo voted a
mean thins if ho suspends payments.
When a woman and a cyclone make
up their minds to go anywhere, noth
ing jet Invented can stop them.
There are qulto a number of people
who can look in a mirror without see
ing themselves as others seo them.
A faro exchnngo may bo no rob
bery, but tho trolley companies are
tnnklng a lot of serious charges.
The mnn who wnst"s his money
rhould not expect tu have all oi his
wants supplied by prayer.
A woman's Idea of supremo happi
ness Is a pood husband and enough
money for clothes.
t?omo women have a faculty for say
ing funny things; without being re
carded at bright.
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS
LAST BIG ROAD REPORTS.
Northwestern Files Its Statement with
Stat Eo.ird of Equalization.
L NCOLN.- The Chicago North
wet em was tin' lust of the big reads
to liako a return of Its property to
tr Stall Board of Equalization. Tho
com;uny returns its net earnings for
the year at $l7,3u2.93i;.liS. Its gross
ean logs amount"! to $54.75 J.5yo.tl3.
The company spent fur operating ex
pen e 935.1 'j:;,411.04; for taxes,
1,9 6, 142.71, making a total of $:!?,
449; 63.75. The company spent In
lmpiovementt c,r betterment $4.:tSC,
695.15. During the year It declared
four dividends of 2 per cent each on
preftfred etock. each amounting to
f 117 90U, and two en common stock
of 3'4 per cent, amounting to $1,0'J1,
Tho company ha a capital stock of
$10u.Jui.iui. of which $22,:i!S,9j4.r
it preferred and $77,C0l,45.44 is
conn lot stock. Of this amount all
the referred and scrip ami $50,671,
473.97 of the common stock, making
a to al of $7u.07:!, 1110. j.".. In paid up.
On t io New York exchange March 20
the preferred stock was quoted at
13 and the common stock was quoted
17CH- The Indebtedness is returned
Th company returns Its mileage
In a:id out of Nebraska at 7,411.17
miles and In Nebraska at 1,OOG.13
miles. Us bridges are valued at $350,
842, Its deposits, etc., $4t!G,2!r, apd Its
rolllnS stock in Nebraska at $1,4I'J,
050. Will Araue Insurance Suit.
LINCOLN. May 17 has been si t as
the d;te for the argument before the
supreme court of the controversy be
tween the foreign life ami fire In
surance companies dolus butilness In
Nebraska nd the city of Omaha In
regart) to the right of the city to levv
a muuiclpal ax upon the gross pre
mium receipts, under the new reve
nue hw, and of the city treasurer of
OmalU to collect such taxes. The in
surance companies claim that when
they have paid their lax to the state
auditor, according to law, they are
not subject to further taxation on
their gross receipts; also that since
the money has been sent to the borne
offices outside Nebraska, the money
has bi;en removed from the jurisdic
tion of tho courts and tax collectors
of this state.
A splendid Business Chance,
By Investing a small sum of money
there Is now offered to any citizen
In any county of Iowa or Nebraska, a
most excellent opportunity to make
money.' A new invention In the shape
of a folding poultry coop for shipping
poultry, which, when returned by the
Expres Companies, costs less than
one-half of what is charged now for
returning the ordinary shipping coop.
Every farmer or shipper of poultry
cannot fall to recognise the advantage
in this respect alone. For an illus
trated circular and full particulars
write A. W. Clark, Room 421, Bee
Building. Omaha, Neb., who Is a thor
oughly reliable and responsible man.
Odd Fellows Celebrate.
SIDNEY. The Odd Fellows of this
cley celebrated tho eighty-fifth anni
versary1 of the order with a parade
through; the city In the afternoon and
at night the Tobln opera house was
packed with an enthusiastic audience
listening to speeches.
Take Plea Under Advisement.
' LINCOLN. Representatives of the
various ' fraternal orders niado argu
ments ijiefore" tho State Board of
Equalization protesting against taxa
tion of securities and reserve fund.
The bourd took the matter under ad
visement. Say Securities Are Taxable.
Attorney General Prout filed with
the State Board of Equalization a
second ppinlon In the matter of as
sessing Securities deposited with the
auditor ty fraternal companies. Ills
second t pinion Is like the first, except
that ho ilnade stronger arguments why
the securities should be taxed.
W.th Eggs From Michigan.
FiBh (tommissioncr O'Brien has re
turned font Michigan with 12.0iio,ooo
cpgs of the wall-eyed pike, which will
be deposited at the South Bend hate
cries. Later another shipment of
2,000,000 will be sent to the hat ciler
ies. Texas Itch Appears.
Texas Itch has made Its appearance
in the vicinity of Broken Bow. Dr.
Thomas, state veteranarinn. has re
turned from there and stated that u
dip would be built at Broken Bow and
sulphur and lime would be the prin
cipal pans of the mix up. ,
A successful man Is one who suc
ceeds in making others think as well
of him a he thinks of himself.
Af-.er Nebraska Hunters.
LINCOLN. Offenders against tho
fish and game laws of Nebraska are
having a hBrd time, (lame Warden
Carter was at Broken Bow Monday
and Tuetdny, appearing in the dis
trict con 1 of Custer county against
A. 13. Fr tcliain. vim Is charged with
shipping iGO prairie chickens out of
the state In a car ,' nay. Owing to
the abseil 30 from the state of several
Important witnesses, the state filed a
motion fer a coniin-ianee. The state
claims t( have evidence to convict
Sylvfsttr St. John, n administrator
of the estlte of L roy E. St. John of
Hyannis, las brought suit Tor ?.'.,O00
against tl e Burlli gt(..n on a personal
Injury claim. Le oy St. John was
killed In a colllson last September
while rldlug In a -nhoose attached to
a cattle t.'aln.
Coet Over foe a Few Dayt.
RED (LOUD. - i-rnnk Barker,
charged v.'lth tniinicrlng hiH brother
and sister In law on the night of Jan
uary 31 lrtt, was brought Into court
and grantoU a continuance to May 6.
THE STATE AT LARGE.
Einht ka.v,n licenses have been
grained In Beatrice this )wir, to
more than lust season.
Miss Nettle Holmes of Fremont was
adjudged insane and taken to the
state hospital at Lincoln.
The work of building an electric
line between Lincoln and Omaha will
be begun within a month It is
Miss Ellen Roberts of Barneston
has be-.-n declared Insane and taken
to the asylum at Lincoln. She Is
ubout 40 years of age.
The Modern Woo.lmen lodges of
Lincoln aro to have a home of their
own, to cost probably $25,000. and
that Just as soon as the building can
The Kendall Drug e.imjwny of Su
perior W. W. Kendall and J. F.
Wadslald, incorporators has filed ar
ticles of incorporation. The capital
stock Is $50,000.
Tho Motlern Woodmen of America
of Pawnee City are organising a drill
team which, according to present
plans, is to represent their order at
the St. Iuls exposition.
A deal has just been closed where
by tho Plattsinouth Telephone com
pany becomes the owner of the South
Omaha Independent Telephono com
pany system and franchise.
Concerning a rumor that Dr. Kerr
has resigned his position of president
of Bellevuo college, It is fctated offi
cially at the college that he has not
done so. it is hoped and believed that
he will not do so.
Knutsen & Isdell of Kearney will
erect a new normal building at that
place at a cost of $11,500. The stato
board of education awarded the con
tract. Joseph Fparks of St. Joseph
was the contesting bidder.
The Beatrice (!as and Mineral com
pany of Beatrice has received word
that land owned by the company in
Kansas is oil-producing. Tho stock
holders expect to push the work of
prospecting as fast as porsible.
A declaration for the organization
of a commercial club has been signed
by thirl y-live business men and others
Interested In tho progress of Grand
Island, and it is expected that organi
zation will be perfected next. week.
Members of the Beatrice board of
education and others are considering
the advisability of bringing tho de
partments of nius'ic and drawing in the
city schools under the same head and
under tho supervision of one director.
One hundred and seventy-five In
dians left Uushvlilo for St. Louis,
where I hey will take part in the In
dian and Wild West congress. They
were in charge of Colonel Cummins
and J. F. Assay, ami aro a line rep
resentative body of people, Including
men, women ami children.
The Odd Fellows celebrated their
eighty-fifth anniversary at Crete by a
gathering of all the lodges of that or
der in Saline county. A program was
given In the city opera house, con
sisting of music, recitations and ad
dresses, followed by a supper served
by the ladies of the Daughters of Ro
Fred Harvey of Lincoln, convicted
of an assault on his cousing and sen
fenced to serve three years In prison
was taken to the penitentiary. The
girl was found with her hands tied,
and her story created a sensation
throughout the state. Sho deceived
her parents in an attempt to save
Messrs. Hockett,' Gaddls and Scott
bought at Grand Island thirty-seven
head of western horses, turning them
In a pasture three miles west of Har
vard. Next morning when going to
look after them thirteen were found
'dead along tho wire fence, the sup
position being that they had Ell been
killed by lightning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Llpplncott of
Lincoln celebrated their golden wed
ding. A stranger who wns lodged in the
Jail at Beatrice in an Intoxicated con
dition committed suicldo by. hanging
himself. He commlted the net by
tearing a strip from the bed clothing
and attaching ono end of It to tho
top of the cell and after placing the
other end about his neck jumped from
tho bunk on which lie was standing.
The State Board of Equalization has
followed the counsel of Attorney Gen
eral Prout and will not nsses3 life
insurance policies that have a cash
surrender value and :n all likelihood
will disregard the counsel of the at
torney general In the matter of as
sessing securities deposited by frater
nal companies and decided not to ns
Tho semi-nniuinl convocation of the
priests of the U'i1;,t Point deanery
was held last. week. A large number
of priests vero In attendance. Right
Rev. Bl iop Scttnnell presided over the
deliberations cf the body. During
the sessions many Important ques
tions concerning church government
and policy were considered ami de
termined. Prof. Roscoe C. Cather and his as
sistant. Miss Ella G. Johnston, of the
Oxford High school, have been re
tained for another year. There are
five vacancies yet to bo filled.
Nebraska stockmen are organizing
to fight tho Texas Itch. The disease
has spread among the herds on the
ranges of the northwestern part of
tho state ami is now making Its ap
pearance in eastern ami southern
counties. State Veterinarian Thomas
returned from Broken Bow ami re
ports that many cattle In Custer coun
ty are Infected.
W. W. Johnston of Beatrice, Bur
lington division frelgut and passenger
agent, has been promoted to first as
sistant general freight agent at Om
aha. II. B. Segur, general agent nt
Billings, Mont., will succeed Mr. Johns
ton at Beatrice.
Schuyler peoplo nre plenred that It
hns been determined that the state
declamatory contest of the high
school of the state Is to come lo
Schuyler en May li, and nolliing that
enn bo done to make tho occasion ono
of satisfaction to oil concerned will
be left undone.
Eclh Esr'y snd Latt.
A govt : -i!i:iff. s.-unt;; t not lon
t.m give a d;tm. r ia Washington la
honcr i f Speaker llendi rcn. The
seitutist hai! firm the Hawkeye
state, so n WiM tlbtinctlvcl;: an Iowa
dinner. Of t--.,:i t. Secretary Shaw
was a gut st. and he was the only one
absent when 7 chick arrived. The
host waited half au hour und then
gave orders to serve. At exactly 7:35
the secretary if the treasury was an
nounced. His explanation has been
a Joke anion:; tho Iowa contingent
In Washington ever since. "I thought
this dinner was for 8 o'clock," said
he In evident embarrassment. "I
arrived outside at 7:30 by my watch.
It was so early I derided to walk up
and down the street till I Law some
one else come, but no or.e came, and
so l had to enter alone."
Dealers ray that as soon as a cus
tomer tries Defiance Starch it Is im-pos.-ib'e
to sell them any other cold
water starch. It tan be used cold
Another Auto Victim.
Citizen I'm surprised lo see a
strong, healthy looking chap like you
begging, nave you no trade?
Tramp I uster have one, boss, but
de invenshun of do autermobeel broke
up n.e bir.neis and put r.ie on de
Citizen How did that happen?
Trami) I lister be a hossthief, boss,
but since people tool; to autermobeels
(ley ain't no demand fer bosses no
more. Can't youse make it er dime,
dlst tcr help a hard luck victim er
long? Chicago News.
Twls' "Single Binder" straight 5c
cigar, made of extra quality tobacco. Y'ou
ny 10c fer cigars not so good, lewis'
Factor? Peoriu, 111,
The man who tells you life Isn't
worth living generally loses no time
in sending for the doctor If he has tho
How to Keep House.
With all the luxuries and pleasures
cf this life, Its big enjoyments and Its
smaller comforts, ithere is an olTset or
antithesis which wo have to conte- 1
with in the form of aches and pains.
In some way and b; some means
every one ha-: a touch of tliem In
some form at some time. Trifling as
some of them may be, the risk is
that they will grow to something
greater and rack the system with con
stant torture. There Is nothing, there
fore, of this kind that we have a
right to trifle with. Taken In time,
the worst forms of pains and aches
are easily subdued and cured by the
free use of St. Jacobs Oil. No well
regulated household ought to be with
out a bottle of this great remedy for
pain. It is the specific virtue of pene
tration in St. Jacobs Oil that carries
it right to the pain spot and effects a
prompt cure even In the most painful
cases of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, S'.iiiMca. You w;ut it also in
the house at ail times for hurts, cuts
and wounds, nr-d the house that al
ways has it keeps up a sort of insur
ance a;;;'.:nst pain.
It keens a married man busy diving
In and shelling out.
SIothorGrny's Smrvt I'mnlcm for Children.
Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse
In the Children's Home in New York, cure
Constipation, Fevcrtshnets, Bad Stomach,
Teething Disorders, move and regulate the
Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30,000
testimonials. At all druKi8t3, 25c. Sample
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy.N.Y.
There is nothing that, so increases a
man's desire to work in tho garden
as the discovery that his wife has
misplaced the rake.
Storekeepers report that the extra
quantity, together with tho superior
quality of Defiance Starch makes it
next to impossible to fell any other
The woman who carries her age
well shows the pride she has in It.
IVlnqle. Stick tAi nikv ki.ce
Wcn't spill, break, freee nor sxit clothes.
Costs 10 cents and equals 'JO cents worth of
any other biuinp. if your gi-ocor decs net
Keep it sent! io,. fur sanmlc to The Iomdrv
Blue Co., 14 MldiiKin Sireot, Chicago.
Tho disagreeable man wonders why
people are disposed to avoid him.
Mm, T inftinw'i ftmithliiir Njrrnn.
For rlil.ilreo teniliUm , tofti-nt the iriiraii, rclui'd ft
UimiuMloii, layi puiu, cunia wind colli), ittc l HU
A happy homo life Is to a man tho
acme of satisfaction,
If you want creamery prices do ns
the creameries do, use JUNE TINT
Women can't help wondering why
men fall in lovo with them.
ASK. YOUB DEAL t5 POP THE,
MADt FAMOUS 6Y A DEPUTATION
AtATENDING OVE5 MODE THAN
4' :HAlr a centum:
-ji i rvM3 are moac oi ine dcl
I - i l - 1 .
-j i . i .... ,
material in bl&ck or yellow ".
fr oil kindiof wet work. ' ' '
JATIJfACTlOM IS GUAPANTEED IF YOU JfiCJTO
. t THE SIGN OF THE PISH: 'M
. J TOWIR CO.R04TON. MA,U 5 A
TOWH CANADIAN CO TOUONIO CAM
W. L. DOUGLAS
$4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50
UNION eUnCC r.C3T IN
MADE OnUtd TH1WOHLD.
W .J liouglii.s (shoes
nre worn by 111010
111111 than :mv other
make. Tho reiison Ixt
is, thev hold their r NVV
Miiiix'.tltlictU'r.wear .in, p
Creator intrinsic "
va luo titan anv iSVvf
valuo titan any
other sin n s.
, - . ... I, -.', ,A J tl M "
. ,..ni i,r nitme nnil riri mt Imltnm.
Dntitflna iita t iirmm rollaUht, wlilrti t
fv rvw tifrrinrilffl liilwinr lltirat I'liOMit
Lt iilliiT vcl r-,l -.-!, f,i$l Co r I inut ua.tf.
feluwa i'v iinul.r. 1. ptir1. oir f .r ruining.
V. 1,. lol . ah, lti-.x Uloii, Muu.
No Mi Blind Horses IZX
orttroa, Har; Co., Ioa aCIt) . la., bat a a ul aura,
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention Thit Paper.
r ii'w A
The letter of Miss McrKIey.
whose picture is printed above,
proves beyond question that
thousands of cases of inflarnma
tioa of the ovaries and womb
are annually cured by the use of
Lydia E. Fiukhan's Vegetable
" Dea3 Mrs. PnnnUM: OadnM
loss of strength and nerve foreo told
me somethinrr wu3 radically wroiiT
with me. I hnrt severe fchootinir pains
through tho pelvic orpans, cramps und
extreme irritation compelled 1110 to
sock medical advice. The doctor said
that I had ovarian trouble nnd ulccra
tion, and advised an operation. I
stronply objected to this nnd decided
to try Lydia K. l'inklmiu's Vege
table loin pound. I soon found that
my judgment was correct, and that all
the good thinps said about this medi
cine were true, and day by day I felt
less pain and Increased appetite. The
ulceration soon healed, nnd the other
complications disappeared, and ia
eleven weeks I was once more strong
and vigorous nnd perfectly well.
" My heartiest thanks lire sent to
you for the great good you have dono
me." 'Sincerely yours, Miss M AlioAliKT
Meuklet, 275 Third St, Milwaukee,
Wis. f&OOO forfait If ordinal of abow lllttr
graving gtnui untu cannot te pratucxL
Many a girl's popularity with the
sterner sex is due to a rumur that
she has money.
A man deliberately Ilea, while a
woman merely suppresses the truth.
Tho ordinary old-style rmnll cylin
der wastes enough grain und time to
pay your threr.h bill.
Why not save the grain ordinarily
put into the straw stack? Why not
save tho time which the ordinary
threshing out tit wastes for you?
This can be done by employing the
RED RIVER SPECIAL
It has the Big Cylinder, with lots of
concave and grate surface.
It has tho Man Behind the (bin, that
does most of tho separating right nt
Uesides these, it has nil the separat
ing capacity of other machines.
It runs right along, saving your
grain and saving time, regardless of
There has romo improvements In
threshing machinery the same as in
NICHOLS & SHEPARD C0o
Builders of Threshers and Engines, BattlO Creek, Mich.
B0 YEARS IN BUSINESS. BRANCH HOUSES AND AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
p rt . su&tK
ter pattern, penetrr.tion and more uniform results gener
ally than any other shells. The special paper and the Win
chester patent corrugated head used in making "New
Rival" shells give them strength to withstand reloading.
BE SURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OP SHELLS.
ALWAYS ASK FOR THE BEST WESTERN MADE SHOES.
These brands will guarantee you a good shoe for men:
Star and Crescent E. Z. Walker
Comet Cock of Walk
Our PRAIRIE QUEEN leads all others in Women's and Children's Shoes.
Set that our name is on the shots on buw
F. P. KIRKENDALL
The LANKFORO HUMAN!
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U'tlh KB ImJc m.'rk art m.ij Irom lh
pi'H-l-hiontd anrrt Calilurnia luihtr.
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J Il ?-rtnt itamr l-.tlji ol our
1.- Hjmtu ai.,1 a.J cj, which ihcm you a
way to buy thm.
Ul't KNTAl ' IIKO., Tim lUnirai Mrn,
trnn nr win-, tunny n
fur ti'Mi 1 i linri'h , I i,
i, 1111 !?; .i nltrv mill ,-'H
l'ii,'P: I hi In .m-a !iiiil far
llkar-ic Im. rd Ulr Wtirki
and R.tv Mniip.
Ilitr ifiiil, lln- lir.t. 1'rl. o. tlir Ir wr-1. I'n uii.li!i.
nmnla. Iipliinr, i.f all , t t!t iriiar.ititr !. Kuil
t ri'inlmii.. .. t iu..,i.' ,ri, ,. n,
ADAS J. EHOU ft CO., Ka hr Ulilj.. t'hirifa.
Russia's Commissariat Problem.
Franc V.i'iiaire etmiHit.i an inur
esiir.K studv of t!it comn.iss.irir t prob
lem ef tho Hnssun a'tuy. For an
army cf JOo.eiiO nieu and I'm. J00
horse, l.rteo ten of fiHHl and fodder
are rt quired. This amount ran be
transported in six train composed of
from thirty to forty Ave ears, the
loading of which requires n.t more
than a day. Hut there are already at
Mukden. IVrt Arthur and other points
In Manchuria provisions fir six
months, nnd Manchuria and the K'is
slan coast proinces aro rich In
praln and cattle. According to this
study, In September Hussia csn dis
pose of 60,(KH tons of gralu produced
on the spot, In addition to 700.000 rat
tle and a vast quantity if pUs. Dur
InR tho summer the service which
will be rendered by the waterways
will relieve the Trans Siberian loud.
Fine Gown for Beautiful Woman.
Search is being made Into for the
most beautiful woman in America to
wear the luo.t expensive and beautl
I ful gown In America. The gown In
'question ia In the bond.-d warehouse
a. St. Louis, and Is estimated to he
! worth $5,000, biing almost an exact
j duplicate of the one that the Hist w ile
of NnpoWn Ilonnnarto wore when
ho placed the imperial crown upon
her brow The original gown cost
$2(Mi,000, nnd the duplicate, which has
been made by a celebrated man milli
ner, is only less expensive In its Jew
els and decoration, for tho material
and the design are carried out faith
ully. For splendor and unoquaicd
delicacy of taste this garment Is
tho chief marvel of tho dressmaking
King Edward is not so t nil as many
peoplo Imagine and whenever his ma
jesty Is photographed In a group he
Is Invariably put to stand on some
small eminence, such as a step, in
order that he may crmparo as well
as possible with those about him. In
his stockings he is just 5 feet 7 Inches.
Mis majesty wears boots with high
heels, and his total height as ho walks
is & feet 8 1-2 Inches.
Don't you know that Defiance
Starch, besides being absolutely supe
rior to any other, is put up 1C ounces
In packages and sells at same price
as 12-ouneo packages of other kinds?
As the modern self-binder is abend
of tho old reaper of forty years ago, so
Is the Big Cylinder and Man Behind the Qua
ahead of the small cylinder old-stylo
The old-style thresher with its small
cylinder and limited separating capac
ity, has stood for years without im
provement. Tho RED RIVER SPECIAL Is fully up
with the times.
It Is built for modern, up-to-date
work; to thresh well; to thresh l'a.-it;
to save time nnd money for both tho
throslierninn and farmer. It does it.
There are reasons why. Send for our
new book on threshing, It gives them
and it Is free.
Employ the REDRIVERSPEClAL.it Is
tho inly machine which has the Man
Behind the Oun, and saves enough grain
and time to pay your thresh bill.
BLACK POWDER SHELLS.
It's the thoroughly modern and scientific system of load
ins and the use of onlv the best materials which make
Loaded "New Rival" Shells give bet
HE ONLV PAINTS xiailn x.My f-r IM P
r-ivni cnmmo. limy .iuimi ii iirm oiu
in I le Hint H-l)'t Coma till-tltt'v al.iv. ami
tiramlfv yi.ur twiiiF ft lili, lit y pro;mt It fr.m
iIt wriit her. Wriia u f-r nam"! m'arr.i aiccui,
and K'l M'i'r-,1,1 cuijr dr.lKn wlt'ioui ct.i.
LINCOLN PAINT & COLOR CO.
New Tmlrv Service
On nnd after Hnnihiv. Aii .Mih. IPnt.
V or. I . Km i- Trunin win Irm iim.ili.i
I tilim Si.iilnn fur K.ins.is n, ,i:i. Si
10:45 i. m.
5:30 p. m.
11:45 p. m.
fprrlnl ratoa nti anli ninnn-nrlnK
April I Mil. Kir liilioi Iki Hit , t , . I in
tm unit Inn. cull nr n,ir,- Vk.hi I 'iiIiiii
MbUiiii ur 'l llus. K. r.i l l'Hi:V.
1'iifn. Hint Tli Ui'l Am'iit.
8. E. Cor. IPth and Douglas Streets,
W. N. U., Omnha.
No. 19 10C4
3EGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURL'J catarrh ol tho stomach.
A Nurse Says: "Pe-ru-na is a
Tonic of Efficiency."
t MUS. 1CATR TAYUHL
Mrs. Kate Taylor, a graduated!
nurse of prominence, gives her ex f
Iperlence with Peruna In a a open
1 letter. Iter position ia society jmI
professional standing combine to
fSlye special prominence 10 oer urj
CHICACIO, 1I.I.., 4-'T .Monro St -"As
far us I lmw nliM'i-vi'il I'i riiiiala tlia
ti ii'st tonii; any mini or woimin cun uxa
who ia woak frimi ttio after I'ffiftu of iii
nvrlous lllin .
"I liuvo m-.iii It u.'d In a number o? cmn
vnlosiTiit cast's, and have sei'ii tuvpral
otln-i' tunics used, lint 1 found that tl.os
wlui iisi-il lVrunii hud tliu tiuii-kctit relief.
"Peruna seems to restore vitality.
Increase bodily vigor and renew health
and strength In a wonderfully short
l.me.".-MRS. KATB TAYLOR.
In vimv of tho frrcut nuiltltiulo of women
sndi'i-inir from noun- form of funulo d'cca.s
and yet niiahlo to llnd any cure. Dr. Ihirtr
man, tho renowned Hivcialiht on femiila
eat.ii'vli.il diMcnKcs, 1ms nnnoiiiieed hi
willingness to direct tho treatment of a
many cases as make application to liina
dnriiiiT tho glimmer months, without,
t'hurpn. Address 'J'lio lVnina Modiciue
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
If anyone offered you a sood(
dollar for tn imperfect oruj
would you take it?
If anyone offered you one good"
dollar for 75 cents tl bad mone
wou!d you take it?
J We offer you lo ounces of llie
very best starch madt for lOtj
No other brand is o good, yet,
all olhcn cost 10c for 12 otinceiJ
Ours is a business proposition.
DEFIANCE STARCH is thcbut
We guarantee it satisfactory
Ask your grocer.'
The OHFIANCe STARCH CO.,
A Boston ntivsician's dis- A
covcry which cleanses and
he. lis all inflammation of the mucous
membrane wherever located.
In local treatment of female ills Fax
tine is invaluable. Used as a douche it
is a revelation in cleansing and healing
power; it kills all disease perms which
canc inflammation and discharges.
TliotisamlHof Jotters t rotn womea
Iirovo Hint ills t lit ureal est cure lor
oucorrlKrn over tlisoovi'red.
l'.ixline never fails to euro pelvic
rat.u i'h, nns.d catarrh, Bore throat, sore
mouth and Fore eyes, because these
diseases aro all caused bv Inflammation
of tno mucous membrane.
For olenn-liifr, wMtrnlnir nml pre
scrvlii'; tiin teetli i chiillenge tho
world to jiriHliu'D itseiiial.
I'liy-icians and spei i.ilits everywhere
preset ibe and endorse Taxtine, and thou
sandsoftestinioni.il letters prove its value.
At druggists or sent postpaid 50 cts.
A large) trial piifUiiKemitl bonk of
Instructions absolutely free. Write
Tan R. Paxton Co., Pept 5 Boitna, Kai.
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or OM't r 1 hr t:niinifi tiioit Iir tho at4 kii yeu
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rail arriil'f, lnlo oihrr IntnU miv I ptif
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on (hp roiniririn, .wedm in the l4 imin,
ni caul Ifrtl uii hum uK'iiet ioaty for milici.
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