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38 Members of Congress Send Letters of Endorsement
To the Inventor of the Great Catarryimedy, Pe-ru-na.
Cftfiwwaaam Q&oAitf& f Alabama
Wfttes! "I hare new tised one bottle
f t'eruna arid ant a well man today "
A. Oeedrryiii liobl nsen Springe, Ala
V &t Senate' Zle&cll tttom JfortH Dafeotft.
W. Boaell, Lftfliaofe, 5ft iayfll
"I hare tised 3?crua as a terik. It has
greatly helped tne 111 fetr ength, -rigor aad
ftppetlW Wi Hoach .......
Geaemiman Llnney from North Carolina,
Writes I "My (secretary end ft lad a
C4Se of eatarrh as I erof eatr, and since
fcs hat taken one bottle of Peruna he
eetni like a different man." ItormUua
Z, Lln&ey, TaylorsTtlle, N. 0.
Congressman Ogden from Louisiana,
Write i "I oa oonacientiotiBly' recom
mend your Perun."-H. W. Ogden,
Congressman Smith from nilno!,
Write from Mnrphynboro, 111. t "I hare
taken one bottle of Peruna for my ca
tarrh and I feel very much benefited."
Goo, W. Smith.
Congreasman Meeklaon frem Ohio,
S&yst "I hare need several bottles of
Pcrona and feel greatly benefited there
by from my catarrh of the head."
Darld Meokison, Napoleon, O.
Congressman Crowley from Illinois,
Wrltos from Robinson, 111.: "Mrs.
Crowley has taken a number of bottles
of Poruna on account of nervous troubles.
It has proven a strong tonlo and lasting
cure." Jos. B. Crowley.
Congressman Thompson of Kentucky,
WritoS : "Besides being one of the very
beBt tonics Peruna is a good, substantial
catarrh remedy." Phil. B. Thompson.
Congressman Howard from Alabama,
Writes from Fort Payne, Ala. : " I have
taken Peruna for la grippe, and I take
pleasure in recommending Peruna as an
excellent remedy." M. W. Howard.
Congressman dimming from New York,
Writes : " Peruna is good for catarrh,
I have tried it and know it." Amos W.
CummingSj New York City.
Senator Thurston of Nebraska,
Writes from Omaha, Neb.: "Peruna
entirely relieved me of a very irritating
cough." J. M. Thurston.
Congressman Worthington from Nevada,
"Writes: "I have taken one bottle of
Peruna and it has benefited me im
mensely." H. G. Worthington.
Congressman Bankhesd from Alabama,
Writes : "Your Peruna is one of the best
medicines I ever tried." J. H. Bank
head, Payette, Ala.
Congressman Powers from Vermont,
Writes from Morrisville, Vt.: "I can
recommend Peruna as an excellent
family remedy." H. Henry Powers.
Senator Sullivan from Mississippi,
Writes from Oxford, Miss.: "I take
pleasure in recommending your great
national catarrh cure, Peruna, as the best
X have ever tried." W. V. Sullivan.
Congressman Snere f Michigan
Writes from Port Austin, Mieh. I "I have
found Peruna a very efficient and apeedy
remedy for a persistent aad ' annoy lag
ought' II. O, Snover.
" Vt 8. Benatwr Call of Florida
Writes I ' The Peruna has been eoom-
mended by dsn. Wheeler and ether reli
able persons, and has been Used by some
members of my iamiiy, and I concur in
the statements of Gen. Wheeler." WU
Ham Call, Jacksonville, iFla.
, (Senator MoEniry of Louisiana,
Writes i "Peruna in an excellent tonic.
I hare tined It sufficiently to say that I
believe it to be all that you olalm for it."
S. D. MoEnory, New Orleans, La.
Congressman Brownlow of To&nsssee,
Writes t 41 1 have takon threo bottles of
Peruna and I feel satisfied that I am now
almost, if not permanently, cured of ca
tarrh of the stomaoh." W. P. Brown-
low, Jonesboro, Tenn. .
j " Capitol at Washington, D. C. '
Senator Mallory of Florida,
Writes from Pensacola, Fla.: "I have
used your excellent remedy, Peruna,
and have recommended it both as a tonic
and a safe catarrh remedy." Stephen
Senator Cutler of South Carolina.
M. C. Butler, ex-Governor of South
Carolina, writes: "I can recommend
Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach
trouble." M. C. Butler, Edgefield, S. C.
Congressman Brookshlre of Indiana,
Says: "Prom what my friends say Pe
runa is a good tonic and a safe catarrh
cure." E. V. Brookshire, Crawfords
Congressman Doviner of West Virginia,
Writes from Wheeling, W. Va. : "I join
with my colleagues in the House of Rep
resentatives in recommending your ex-
cellent remedy." B. B. Doviner
Congressman Broderlck of Kansas,
Writes from Ilolton, Kas. : "I have taken
two bottles of Peruna and find it to be
an excellent remedy for colds and throat
trouble." Case Broderlck.
Congressman Voder of Ohio,
Writes : " I only used Peruna for a short
time and am thoroughly satisfied as to
its merits." S. S. Yoder, Lima, O.
C&STMSma Sfafean f ppfiseylvaaia, j
Writes from Chamber sburg, Pa. t "I tabs
pleasure la Commending your Peruna art
a substantial ionlo," Thad, M. Mahon.
Congressman Sparkman of Florida,
Write frost Tampa, Florida! "I ean
indorse Pemna as a first-rate tonio and a
very ,efteotlvo cure for catarrh," S. M.
Sparkxnaa.' , 1
. Cagrssmaa Erewer of Alabama,
Writes i "I haye used on bottle of Pe
runa for lassitude, and I take pleasure in
recommending it." Willis Brewer,
V. 6. Senator Gear of Iowa.
Writing from Burlington, la. j "Peruna
I can commend to all as a very good
tonio." John H. Gear. " ;
' Congressman Culberson of Texas,
Writes: "I can recommend Peruna as
ona of the very best of tonics." D. B.
Culberson, Jefferson, Tex. 1
Congressman Livingston from Creorgia,
Writes : "I take pleasure in joining with
General Wheeler, Congressman Brewer
and others in recommending Peruna as
an excellent tonic and a catarrh cure."
L. I. LivingBton, Kings, Ga.
Congressman Clark of Missouri,
Says: "I can recommend your Peruna
as a good, substantial tonic and one of
the best remedies for catarrhal trouble."
John B. Clark.
Congressman Pclham of Virginia,
Writes from .Bancroft, Va. : " My sister-in-law
has has been using Peruna for
about one week for catarrh of the throat
and is manifestly improved.-"C. Pelham.
Congressman Burnett of Alabama,
Writes : " I can cheerfully recommend
Peruna as agood, substantial tonic, and a
very good catarrh remedy." John L.
Burnett, Gadsden, Ala.
Congressman Botkln of Kansas,
Writes from Holton, Kas. : "Peruna haa
given me almost complete relief from
catarrh of the stomach and constipa
tion." J. D. Botkin.
Congressman White of North Carolina,
Writes from Tarboro, N. C. : "I find Pe
runa to be an excellent remedy for the
grip and catarrh. I have used it in my
family." G. II. White.
Congressman Wilber of New York.
David 1?. Wilber, of -Oneonta, N. Y.,
writes: "I am fully convinced that
Peruna'is all you claim for it after the
use of a few bottles." David F. Wilber.
Congressman Dungan of Ohio,
Writes from J ackson, O. : "I recommend
Peruna to anyone in need of an invigor
ating tonic." Irvine Dungan.
Congressman Barham from California,
Writes from Santa Rosa, Cal. : "At the
solicitation of a friend I used your Pe
runa, and can cheerfully recommend it."
J. A. Barham.
For free book address The Peruna
Medicine Co., Columbus, O.
News of the Week
Since the Philippine bill has been
before the senate the censor in the
islands has cut off all news of the
fighting. But last Sunday a little was
allowed to come. It appears from
what was sent that a band of Filipinos
in Luzon captured five American sol
diers and while held as prisoners the
soldiers were put to death. No doubt
that these insurgents had heard of
Waller shooting a dozen Filipino pris
oners for which he was court-mav-tialed
and acquitted and they adopted
the same horrible method. That la
" the kind of warfare that will be waged
in the Philippines by both sides from
this on. Nothing else can be expected.
The war waged on a quiet and re
ligious negro settlement in Illinois is
attracting a good deal of attention. It
seems to have been for mercenary pur
poses. One black man who had a
considerable amount of property val
ued at two or three thousand dollars,
when forced to leave offered to sell it.
He found a good republican who was
willing to give him $100 for it. The
premises vacated by other colored
men have been taken by good white
men and are occupied by them. The
government of the county and state
in which these things occurred are
both strongly republican. The com
munity attacked was a religious one
and the destruction began by demol
ishing the church and schools. All
the negroes were law-abiding and in
dustrious. This is modern, imperial
republicanism. Nothing has been done
by the republican state or county au
thorities to protect these black Ameri
were among those who made the most
solemn promises to the Cubans that if
they would adopt the Piatt amend
ments to the Cuban constitution, that
a reduction would be made on Cuban
sugar. The list of names that he gives
is as follows: Elkins of West Vir
ginia, Scott of West Virginia, Bur
rows of Michigan, Gamble of South
Dakota, Kittridge of South Dakota,
Nelson of Minnesota, Clapp of Min
nesota, Perkins of California, Bard of
California. Dietrich of Nebraska, Ma
son of Illinois, Kearns of Utah, Deboe
of Kentucky, Burton of Kansas, Fos
ter of Washington, Mitchell of Ore
gon, Jones of Nevada. -
The "let well enough alone" repub
lican senators have organized to fight
the reduction of 20 per cent on Cuban
sugar. All of the twelve senators,
with Elkins at their head, are in favor
of the annexation of Cuba. Their
loic therefore is after this fashion.
If 20 per cent reduction is made on
Cuban "sugar it will destroy the beet
sugar industry and all the capital in
vested in beet sugar factories will be
lost and the American farmer will be
forced to abandon the raising of sugar
beets and put in other crops. But if
Cuba is annexed and becomes a state
of the union and her sugar is admitted
free of all duty, none of these things
will happen. That is the sort of
logic that has carried . the last two
presidential elections, and Elkins and
his crowd think that it will carry the
next. In the past elections they de
clared that they wanted scarce and
dear money and high prices. That put
them through all right, and now thoy
think that if they declare that 20 per
cent reduction of the tariff on Cuban
sugar will ruin the country, but that
the abolition of the whole tariff will
make it prosperous, they will win
One Washington correspondent gives
the name of 17 republican senators
who, he says, have agreed to fight
Roosevelt's plan of reciprocity with
Cuba. Of these he declares that eight
have perjured ' themselves for they
Imperialism demands and will ef
fect an entire change in our form of
government. Steps are being taken
one by one to bring it about. In a re
publican form of government the pub
lic records are always open for in
spection. Every citizen has a con
stitutional right to know how the gov
ernment is carried on, but under im
perialism that is impossible. The
president has issued orders so that the
official records of the army shall not
pass through the office of the general
in command and shall be subject to
the scrutiny only of the flunkies whom
he has himself appointed to office. The
house tabled by a strict party vote the
other day a resolution asking for in
formation concerning the expenditures
in Cuba. All this means government
Avithout the knowledge or consent of
the people of these states. It will be a
government by favorites of a presi
dent, whose : election can be bought,
just as elections were bought in the
times when Rome was turning from a
republic to an empire.
His brown children, will the flag 'stay
put' on the blood-soaked soil of the
Philippines. Eternal shame on such
Another great trust has been formed
taking in nearly all the ship building
concerns in the country. The trust
will be all ready to pocket the sub
sidy which will be passed at the next
session of congress. Vote 'er straight
this time sure. Let well enough alone
Don't change parties.
Every county of this state has been
overrun during the last few weeks by
the republican saccomyidea and all of
them had their Douches well filled.
railroad state convention was to be
held and. that is the time that the rats
appear in swarms.
The senate committee on naval af
fairs struck out the provision for con
structing some of the war ships, in the
government navy yards. Hereafter all
the ships will be built by private par
ties and an enormous capitalistic in
terest will be developed that will
bring constant pressure upon congress
to build still more war ships and sub
sidize the daily press to advocate that
big navies and constant threats of war
are necessary to the prosperity of. the
Mrs. Rebecca J. Taylor, a clerk In
the war office and protected by the
civil service law, has been dismissed
for attacking the Philippine policy of
the administration. She" has written
several letters ' for the Washington
Post, signed by . her own name. The
immediate cause of her dismissal was
a paragraph referring to the presi
dent's toast at the banquet of the Sons
of the American Revolution in which
he used the phrase, "the flag will stay
put.'!. The paragraph In her letter that
caused, the president to vent his spite
on a woman is as follows: "Long will
Theodore Roosevelt drink to the
health of those who wrought thi
'splendid work' of death ere the spirit
of liberty shall be crushed from the
souls of the infant heroes of the Phil
ippines, but not till the land is left
desolate, not while humanity lives In
the American heart, not till the doc
trine of the brotherhood of. man dies
In' Christendom, not until God forgets
The canvass for republican nomina
tions in Vermont has been the most
scandalous ever known in American
politics. The Washington Post says
that the expenditure of money has
been beyond anything ever known be
fore. All that in holy New England!
But the party of imperialism and
trusts is about the same everywhere.
In the middle and western states It
buys elections and in holy New Eng
land It buys nominations.
During the summer 'Vacation is a
proper time to give the children a
proper start in their musical educa
tion. If you have children of the
proper age and talents do not overlook
the Importance of musical instruction
as a part of their education. Pianos
and organs can be had at small cost
and on easy terms. If you intend buv
ing either it will pay you to write the
Ross P. Curtice Co. of this city for
catalogue and price list. See their ad
in this paper.
Our Oratorical Bureau.
The campaign of 1902 is upon us,
fellow citizens. Soon the campaign
orator will be abroad in the land, and
passion will be torn to tatters, the oh
flag will be waved aloft, the racuous
voice of the campaign speiler will be
heard in the commonwealth.
For many months the republican na
tional committee has maintained :
press bureau at Washington, and this
bureau furnishes ready-made editor
lals for the republican newspapers
throughout the country. This is al
right, for it relieves the editors "of re
publican newspapers of the task of
thinking, which is a good thing for
two. reasons: . First, thinking is not
conducive to the writinsr of editor
ials calculated to benefit the republi
can cause; second, by having the edi
torials manufactured at headquarters
there: is no danger of the editorials
crossing, as .would be the case if each
individual editor endeavored to write
his own . republican editorials.
But so far the republican national
committee has discriminated against
the republican spell-binders. While
providing editors with ready-made
editorials it has not established a bu
reau for the purpose of providing ready-made
campaign speeches. It is
with a view to rectifying this unjust
discrimination that this department
ma estftbllehed ft rmuhllmn esnmiisn
fepseeh fcareiOL JMoW Will he, feund
the ssjtcietpri rjdsiere? i a few cam
paign gp?eehe$ suitable for i-epubli-ean
raiere. Care musi" be taken to
eelset a fcpeeeh that will fit the oom
mttnity m wmeh trie speaker appears.
or - instance, it woma be unwise to
use ft fcpeeeh denouncing pauper labor
while addrcEiing miners in tne an
thracite coal regions, and equally un
wiea to advocate branch banks and
esset currency outside the pale of Wall
street influence. If the g. o. p. pell-
blndera manifest Droper appreciation
of this department's interest in-their
welfare other skeleton speeches w Hi
be furnished from time to time.
SPEECH UPHOLDING THE PHIL
IPPINE POLICY OF THE AD
MINISTRATION AND THROW
ING THE -HARPOON INTO
THOSE WHO OPPOSE IT.
Fellow Citizens. - (Never forget that
ntroductory.) We - are offering the
Filipinos . Blessings, of liberty .
Gallant army that bears aloft the
starry banner of the free and carries
blessings . Traitorous attacks on our
brave soldiers . Sons of the men who
wore the blue march side by side with
the sons of the men who wore the
gray . The blessings Of Chrlstian-
ty . Traitorous hands shall not turn
back our glorious march of destiny .
Beneath the folds of that glorious
flag . Manifest destiny demands that
we give the Filipinos the largest meas
ure of self-government consistent with
their welfare and our interest . Duty
demands . We only seek to benev
olently assimilate .
(Play up the old flag scene strong,
aking care to have a flag where you
can touch its waving folds and work
n plenty or tneatricais.j
SPEECH UPHOLDING THE NA
TIONAL HONOR AND ROAST
ING THE REPUDI ATORS AND
ASSAILANTS OF THE NATION'S
Friends and Fellow Citizens. (Ac
company introductory with wave of
right hand.) Honor of. the nation.
Money good all over the world .
Soiled hands of those who would at
tack nation's credit. Insane repu-
diationists . Mountains have yielded
up their store of yellow metal .
Providence . Channels of commerce
congested with . Nation's credit.
Gold the money of the world . Rock
of our national honor. Wild-eyed
silver fanatics . Crazy theorists .
Blessings of Providence . - Credit of
the nation . Those who would Mex-
icanize our republic . Par with
China. Fifty-cent, dollars. Fiat
money. Silver mine owners.
Stores of gold unlocked by far-seeing
eyes of republican' statesmanship .
Uncle Sam the banker of the world .
(Carefully , avoid reference to the
Fowler bill, and if interrupted by an
opponent have some retort handy that
will tickle those who believe as you
do, but will not be a reply to the ques
tion. Never try to . honestly , answer
questions of a bimetallist. Abuse him
Whoop it up for national' honor and
SPEECH ADVOCATING PROTEC
TION TO AMERICAN INDUS
TRIES AND SCALPING THOSE
WHO ADVOCATE UNRESTRICT
ED TRADE WITH THE WORLD
My Fellow Countrymen. (That will
hit 'em hard if used- with the right
emphasis.) Let well enough alone
Full dinner pail . Pauper labor of
Eurone . Soup houses . Markers
of the world . Reaching out to cap
ture the trade of the world . Busy
hum of industry. The smoke from
a thousand furnaces. Full dinner
pail again . Days of panic and dis
aster Friends of the workingman .
Ignus fatuus of free trade. Pauper
made goods of Europe (play tha
strong) . Flag floats over happiest
workingmen . Banner of the free .
Grand old republican party . True
friend of the wage-worker . Let well
enough alone . Four years more of
the full dinner pail .
(Bear in mind that this speech must
not be aimed at the heads of the peo
ple. Its billet is the stomach. Work
up a good sweat and weep hot, scald
ing tears at the thought that Ameri
can workingmen should be forced t;j
the level of the pauper laborers of
These are mere outlines. However,
If proper care is used in filling out
the outlines here presented, good, aver
age republican campaign speeches will
be the result In view of recent events
in Cuba care should be taken to avoid
all reference to the flag "staying put."
Be careful in making quotations from
dead and gone republican leaders, es
pecially from Lincoln and McKinley.
The safest plan is to quote nothing,
and say nothing calculated to make
your hearers think.
- Spell-binders using these outlines
will confer a favor on. the manage
ment by reporting results.
Will M. Maupin.
propouadi the question ana his not
Borne regard mutt be had foir both
elde of the question: If the treas
urer is to be hsld a an insurer of all
the fundi, then Juetice and equity re
quires that the ?2,C00 salary must be
increased. No sane man will know
ingly put his head into a halter for
that money; no sane man will -under
take to Insure the safety of millions of
dollars worth of money and bonds
(regardless pf the fact that it matters
not whether loss occurs with or with
out fault on his part) and work for
$2,500 a year. If the Insurer feature
should be eliminated, then the people
In Justice and equity have a right to
ask that every cent of accretions, J
whether in accordance with the con
stitution or not, shall belong to, them.
The $2,500 salary is little enough for
the work required to, be done but
what premium does the state pay for
Insurance of state funds?
Next to the governor the auditor'3
office is most important In the state.
Only a few have been mentioned for
this place. Among them are W. B.
Price, who was Insurance deputy un
der: Auditor Cornell;' John M. Gil
christ, who . was county treasurer ex
aminer and bookkeeper under Cornell.
Edgar Howard of the Columbus Tele
gram is occasionally mentioned. All
are democrats, and all except Howard
are acceptable to The Independent.
Mr. Howard has shown his inclination
to build himself up by tearing down
every man who has ever been honored
by the fusion forces, and those who
know him know that he is a hypocrite
of the first water.
For secretary of state It is quite like
ly that Mr. C. V Svoboda, who was
the candidate two years ago,' will de
velop considerable strength. Any one
of some thirty or forty democratic and
populist county superintendents would
do to give Mr. Fowler a race for his
money. For attorney general, Mcin
tosh of Omaha suits us but there are
dozens, aye hundreds, of populist and
democratic attorneys in Nebraska, any
one of whom ought to wipe "Neces
sity" Prout off the face of the earth.
For land commissioner there are a
whole lot of people who think "Uncle
Jake" Wolfe is about the right man;
but of course there are other pebbles.
Let the conventions be deliberative
bodies. Don't be in a hurry. Don't
be swept off your feet by a precon
certed effort to nominate some man in
a whirlwind of enthusiasm. Keen
cool. Pick out the best, most capable
men and victory is ours.
Little bit o' flour in th' bottom o th'
Flitch o' bacon hangin t' th' rafter;
Pair o rosy babies makin' lots o' din,
Four walls ringin' with their laugh
ter. Plenty work f do f'r t' keep th' wolf
A little stock o' eatin' in th' larder.
Keep a-feelin' cheerful an' workin' day
When trouble comes jus' work a lit
Little bit o' cottage a-standin' lieat an
Mornin' glories 'cross th' window
Eager faces watchin' as th' day is
growin' dim v
An' slantin'. sun is- longer shadows
Watchin' an' a-waitin' t' greet me
when I come,
Rosy lips their precious kisses
Such a greetin waitin' f'r a fellow at
L Surely makes his life well worth th'
Precious words o' promise f'r readin'
Point t' rest across th' river Jor
dan; Search its blessed pages an' learn jus'
what is right,
An' try almighty hard t' live ac
cordin'. Love's standin' waitin at th' little
Evenin wind a blowin baby tresses.
Ain't no cause t' murmur or grumble
at my fate
He who works his best th' good Lord
o o o o
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Who shall be the f usion candidate
for governor, has been the all-absorbing
question with democratic and pop
ulist papers for the .past two months,
and but little has been said regarding
the nominations to be made for the
other state offices. Important as it is,
the office of governor . Is numerically
only one out of eight and in point of
importance certainly much less than
half of the ticket. In the weighty re
sponsibilities of caring for large sums
of money and In applying state funds
to their intended use as rapidly as
possible, the office of treasurer must
not be overlooked, i Recent agitation
has made this office an undesirable one
to aspire to fill. The Independent does
not know of a candidate who has been
mentioned recently for the position.
This is largely due to ill-considered
attacks upon Mr. Meserve after he had
cleared himself of the criminal charges
brought against him by a republican
machine for the express purpose of
preventing his nomination for gov
ernor something Mr. Meserve did not
aspire to. The effect of these ill-considered
attacks is shown by the fact
that no populist or democrat cares to
make any effort to secure the nomina
tion. "Who are you going to nomi
nate for the penitentiary?".. is the way
one prominent Lincoln man always
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Adjustable front ana oacK,
they will not slip off the
shoulders or tear off but
tons., There is no metal to ;
rust, ; break:, or cut the
clothing the onlyabjust
able suspender made with
out metal. It will outwear
any suspender made. While :
tor men pi neavy woric .it
has no equal on account of
material and wearing qual
ities, yet it is dressy enough
for anyone, making it a de-
sirable .suspender for all ;
classes. Less value is re-
ceived in the purchase of
the ordinary suspender .
than in any other item of
dress. The best s the cheapest.
O Askyonr Dealer far
"THE NEW riODEL"
and take no other, or send 50 Cents and we
will mail you a pair postpaid. 4 Regular lengths
31, 33 and 35 inches, special length made to order.
Give length when ordering. ?
All of these goods are made out of the very
best material. We believe the people will ap
preciate the value they get at these low prices.
Meserve-Edgerton Mfg. Co,,
tlNCOLIT, - I -- - NEBRASKA.
SCHOOLS ) i
ChllUcothe Normal School
I ChllUcothe Commercial Cllr9
ChllUcothe Shorthand cueir
ChUHcoth 'J"elirrapby Collet
ChllUcothe l'fn-Art collisr
ChllUcothe School of oratory
ChllUcothe Musical Conspirator?.
Last Tear's enrollment 729. . $130 pays for 4.
weeks board, tuition, room rent, and use of tet
books. For VBEh! Ulustratr.d. Catalog addrwm
ALLEN MOORE, Pres., Box 21. ChillicothcMo
ON'T Set Hens the Same Old Wsv
una let lice kiu toem on in rn-stj
Tiffany's Afure Death to Lice PovKStm
wUl kill all vprmln.and your hen wtu brir-Kj
i her brood off free from lice. Ttffany'a Parm
' scon Lice Killer "Llauld," guaranteed to U
v all lice and mitet. Instantly all la lie on
celts, calves, and hogs. By using oar Sprayer a very
lltUe goes a great way. Penetrates all cracks. pray
bottom of house for spider 1 lee. 1 1 Is a potoerAU dtuin
fectant. f 1 per gal. can; 65c H guL One gallon aixl
Sprayer, t.60. On n get It free where no areata br a
liitle wort for m. Tmk Tjffawt Co.. Lincoln. fieU
Weaving, weaving, weaving,
Time is the warp,
Pulsine and throbbing, life's loom
Spinning, spinning, spinning,
Man's deeds the woof,
Quickly and busily the shuttle -be
The little child takes up the task,
As soon as consciousness begins,
His tiny hands uncertain act.
As merrily he heedless spins.
The youth, with pride and confidence.
Loud vaunts the deeds- he will
The future big with great events,
: In blazing light his name will weave.
Hard pressed, beset, the man toils on,
Speed by the days, the months, the
. years, "
Aghast and desperate he stands,
So small hia greatest work appears.
With palsied hand, old age has come,
Slow, goes the loom Fate cuts the
Wide yawns the grave; the web is
A shroud is woven for the dead.
Tis thus through life; man spins and
Until of time and deeds complete
This mystic robe, his very self,
Becomes for him his winding-sheet.
Weaving, weaving, weaving,
Time is the warp, -Pulsing
and throbbing, . life's loom
: Spinning, spinning; ' spinning,
, Man's deeds the woof,
Quickly and busily the . shuttle he
. Harper's Weekly.
FARM FOR SALE
280 ACRES OF LAND....
130 acres under "plow, rest
good pasture; all under fence.
Good buildings, three-fourths
mile from good school, two
miles from good town. Will
- give possession at once.
Price $10 Per Acre Cash.
For further . information ad
dress J. E. EVANS, Sargent, Neb.
(Mention tfala paper.)
FAT TO FAT
Bedua your tr 'jl vj ,
Welgrb.t With ri 6' U II Ct O
Reduce your fat and be refined. Refine your
fat and be reduced. Keducto" Is a perfectly
harmless vegetable "jcompoiaad endorsed by
thousands of physicians and people who have
tried It. We send you the f ormula, you muke
Reducto" at home If you desire, you know
full weU the ingredients and therefor need
have no fear of evil effects, Send $1.00 for re
ceipt and Instructions everything mailed In
plain envelope. Address .'
Ginseng Chemical C0,,
3701 8. Jefferson Ar St. Lonls, Mo.
To make cows oar. use Shanls Cream Separators,
Book-Business Dairying" fcCaUIfiO free W. Chetter.Pa.
We Are for Women
BEST ON EARTH
LINCOLN STEEL RflfJGE
Made of Rocky Mountain
Steel and lined with As
bestos. Most Economical
of Fuel. Best baker and
cooker, largest oven of
any range. Top polished
like a looking glass.
Grease will not stick to
it. No blacking required.
Always polished. Can be
delivered anywhere in
United States. Write for
price and what the peo
ple say about them.
AMERICAN RANGE AND HARDYARE CO.
fOUR DEALER TO SHOY
BEFORE. YOU BUY.
HARPtf AM BHOS.CO.
- Samuel B. lams, Attorney
" ' - 'NOTICE ;'::'"
Elsie Craig nonresident defendant will take
notice, that on the 7th day of Jnne A. D. 1902,
Fritz Westermann a justice of the peace in and
for the city of Lincoln,. County of Lancaster,
and state of Nebraska, issued an order of at
tachment, for the. sum of $10.00 in an action
pendinc before him wherein Milton M. Noah is
plaintiff and Elsie Craig is defendant, that
property of the defendant consisting of one
trunk and contents has been attached under
Said cause was continued to the 31st day of
July 1902 at 10 o'clock a. ro. of said day.
Dated June 19th 1902. - .
MILTON M, NOAH.
LINCOLN SAN I T A RI U M
14th and M Streets
. All forms ofjsaths: Turkish, Russian, Roman and Electric, with special attention to tha
application of Natural Salt Water Baths, for the treatment of all Rente and chronic non-con-tageous
curable diseases. Rheumatism. Skin, Blood and Nervous Diseases, Liver and Kidney
Tronble, and all forms of Stomach Tronbla are treated successfully, atarrah of the Stomach and
Bowels, Heart Disease, acute and chroaic, are all greatly benefitted and many permanently
cured by. taking the Natural Salt Water Batha (Schott Method as first giveu at Naubeita,
Germany. A separate department, fitted with a thoroughly aeptic surgical ward and op rating
rooms, offer special inducements to surgical cases end all diseases peculiar to women. Tba
Sanitarium is thoroughly equipped for treating all diseases by modern successful methods. It ia
managed by physicians well trained and of extended experience, specialists in their several
departments. Trained nuraes,' skillful and courteous attendents. Prices reasonable. Addreta
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