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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1897)
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Tin wittirit artu-la man limit in
oi-wripaprrs In tlin porrinl mi'Mincinjj
bin wtic r-tM)nla.
Every womin probably believ-rn, ttiai
in borrow inn Irom lier rmihlxir, eht;
la a little the worst of.
We wotiM liate to lie a prenier.
Ktrery woman givei them chicken, and
they must l awfully tire 1 of it.
lettuce is o easily micd an.l to worth
lf. We refufe to 1 itratelul at this
otliiil for presents of lettuce.
fttmke Into tour SFioen
Alleu'a Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
lug feet, and Instantly takes tlie tttiujj
out of corns and bunions. It's tut
greatest comfort discovery of the He
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-tilt iu
or uew shoes feel easy. It Is a eertaiu
cure for sweatiiii:. callous and hot.
tired. Aching feet. '1'ry it to-day. Sold
liy all ilniZKlstH and shoe store. Hy
mail for S rents, in stamps. Trial
package FHKE. Address, Allen 8.
Olmstwl, Ia- Hoy, N. Y.
Self respect ia the backbone of man
hood. Don't talk about a "free palvation"
when you mean a cheap salvation.
A city's riebterms men do more to
prererve jeace than its police.
1'aldnevs in cither hereditary or caused
by Bickne.-s, mental exhanxtion, wearing
titlit-fitling h;n. and hy over-work and
krjulile. Hall's Renewer will prevent it.
A ttif I'mlar. 1
New York city from a point a little
love VViUmmnbur clr ap to Wood-'
lawn, al'inK the e.lgi o( the I'.roni, If
hii uubn krn pasture. Here leed cattle
and horses, duck and upon grass
M-rpctually green from the ner pre-j
H'ttw . I the witer. At ctrta.n tinots
)o" w the horse) and cattle knee deep
in tiie ptream, with naked ooys wmIhiu
the former. The whole scene is a de
lightful country panorama, as viewed
Irom It. e railway train v ruth past
HANDS TELL A STORY.
-wnn iapff.sv t:-:yTt
fis vaf 4' T W e. r. W JL i 1 F
SPRING SAVES ACHING BACKS.
The congregation necdi to stick as
clone to the text as the preacher.
I'iso'u Cure for Consumption has been a
farnilv medicine with us since istiS. J. U
Mac SO c, -.MOd 4 Jd Ave., Ch ca.'o, 111.
The man who would lead others must
have the courage to ctep off alone.
I I O flint tiuj'n .ne i.f llr. Kllnft'i. lin-at Nrno K
ccK.rcr. Send rorHIKK H.llii Irml iH.ttlr nd Irratli.
1'R II 11 kl.lNt, Ltd., tfll Anli Urn-el, I'liiladHpliUi, I 'a.
V man with splendid abilities that
srrt not consecraU-d to God is like a
first class fiddle unstrung.
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price 73 cents.
People who don't believe in revival
of religion can't consistently believe in
ah days or hou e cleaning.
Ilio- niii-.rtnc p. rticujnfittKiii and the imit, are re
Ur,ii l , c"iin - nl j Imr -..;,(
Lili'ft Hair ami S liUkir Iim. black ur tiroAn. (ioc.
! lor i l.e 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1-1
father is piillin;:
i 1 H : V H ante u. tiTca!
lo warn her hoys
mi'iking, while their
away at a pipe.
Wt Till Man en email, go-d clniich
st aiding, to c am our I amies, then act
a i M:t. an i Ma e Ci nepc n lent here .'ala
ry '.'. En se self--- il'd st'p'd envelope.
A. I'.T. Eider, Mgr.,27KMich.Av.,C ocago.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
D-tn't n ('"iic 1 with a m.v kmtmh
r rubt r c o;it. if m wantneu!
that wlH kr p you dry in tlu- haii
est storm huv the f-ish BranJ
SHck r If not fur saW In yjur
town, wriv tnr raUtUnn.t to
A I T WF: H .st ,ti. Mis.
Palml.try Will Rercal Manx 8crcta
"A person has but to open his hand
find he opeus the history of his life to
a person well versed In palmistry,"
said a professor of the art. "The palm
reveals more of a person's true char
acter and disposition than could be
learned In a life-long friendwhip. A
person's peculiarities are written there
us plainly as If in a book; each line
Is full of meaning. Chronic diseases
as well as acute ailments leave their
marks upon the palm. I have known
Instances where disease that have
nonplussed learned doctors have been
orrectly diagnosed by persons know
ing nothing of medic ine or physiology.
who formed their opinion from the ap
pearance and condition of the haud
alone. The molntuce, color and con
dition of the cuticle and nails are Just
as important to the palmist in deter
mining disease and condition of the
system as the lines upon the hand.
"Malformations of the body are re
flected In the hand. So far is this true
that Hlce, the promoter of so many
spectacular productions, splects his
chorus girls who are to appear in tights
hy looking at their hands, and that his
system Ls not a faulty one Is evidenced
by the appearance of the girls on the
stage. I have never known a casu
.viioro tho imnri of n criminal or thief
i,nj i.mt ohewn tnr what he was. In
examining the hands of people who
come to me Just for the sport of the
thing 1 have frequently seen the line
of the thief well developed In hands
whose owners are away up in tne so
cial world. Naturally, I watch with
Interest the careers of such people,
but only in one instance have I ever
discovered a proof of what the palm
revealed. I have no doubt the thief ex
isted !n the life of the others Just as in
this man's life, but undiscovered.
"The case I refer to was a bright
socletv m -.n of Gotham who moved In
the best circles. About three years
after I examined his hand a theft of
tens of thousands of dollars fxom a
bank in which he was employed wa
hushed up, but not before rumor had
given It to the winds among hi-:
"So firm Is my faith in tbe psychom
etry of the hand that I believe sus
picious characters could he Judged by
a well-informed palmist so that crime
could be prevented by the detection of
such parties. Bankers selecting their
clerks and business men their trusted
men would have a test for honesty as
sure as any acid In the requirements of
chemistry. The life of the street car
spotter' would be at an end, for none
but honest men would obtain positions.
If the science of palmistry develops In
coming years as it has In the past ten.
the time may not be very far distant
when every well regulated business
house will have a palmist In Its em
ploy as It now has a typewriter."
USEFUL attachment for a sew
ing machine Is a "relief spring'
attached to "the pedals aud uu-
der part of the table. It saves much
labor and many a backache by doing
the hardest of the work of running the
machine. Tbe pressure of the toes
downward is the only motion neces-
1. 1 i.
character. The achievements of kingi
and iUi-ens and pr' n-es does i:o r kfi
all of history by siny I i-ans. The do
ings of ti c common p-. .;pU- the great
class which keeps the world strong ai:d
true and hclpf ul -m.'ike the noblest his
tory, and women who realize that they
are women sharing with all others In
their sex the highest aims aud ambi
tions for the good of the world have
made a discovery that gives life a dif
ferent color and makes a woman's pos
sibilities rise to the noblest height. The
true club woman is usually a strong
and intellectual patriot, and an earnest . right
student of political measures aud laws The fellow who is always si raining
Indeed, women claim that the woman's be trreat, wears him elf smaller a
club is a line school for culture and itnaller.
broad mental occupation, and the true,
wide-awake woman Is proving herself
a power in the world a penver that is n
) A drop of creosote will stop ths bloo
log of a cut.
For cramps t r pains in tbe stoma
try a few d-ops of esn nee of cainph i
Noihing as promptly cuts flnrt a c.o
fehtion of ilia lungs, sore throat r rhc
niatism as hot water, when applied eat
in the case aud thoroughly.
Sufferers srom neura gi'i aie v arc
hy a liiedi-ul writer not to drink ten. i
to drink freely of cofb e into whi li 'i
jue. of a lemon his be-n pifez;d.
lxive sets courage cii tiie.
Some families have g m l h ime-n.
I read and had home-made mmuers.
,Iuutic,' and Live aiu auie.se twin
' 1 we can not liave on.) withou. ' I
..i..- evil" of our friends are more d,o
p-rolls than those of our ene, ii.es.
It is our business to do ugli', it
- i's biisinc-BB to see that we come o.
t) ,r I'o wl t uiuiu i-.iloi l.kllj.
Inquiry at the Ikistoii posioihce sbl
I L.irre is one place in lioston ami
.nth-s one or more in Ne Yon.
.re, nt a prion nearly djuhle, foreir
nip-can lie had to enclose in letter,
it ..broad lor return postage. Ont
...1,1 ti ink in there days of intern-.
.ul reciprocity that tbe respective
.-ci uini-iits of the old and the new
r d could make some official arrange-
tu to- ih; accommodation of their
.t?n in this ni.i'tt-r.
THE M'UINO SAVES WOItlv.
A Clever I'pvxe.
A clever device for utilizing the beau
ty that remains In line lace curtail
that have seen their day is to cut oin
the rich raised work rings and wreaths
from which the delicate net has worn
away. Apply them to squares of velvet
or satin for use as cushion covers. Ap
plied on olive or metallic greeu velvet
or some soft wood brow n shade the ef
fect is rich and elegant, especially
when further set off with a frill of lac-a
and the back of the pillow made of silk
of corresponding; tone.
-tic s-gnatures ;c
the ink it tikes to d a th
,i . ii -d. s ti at "Uie li -
I .1 Vr-
e not woi '
siiec p are s.mietiniea taken over a bar.
ad to a go 'd pasture.
. c. is en-ier for watrr to run up hiU
an for a .-elfi-h man to be happy,
nappy the man who finds and re
. es the particular cause of his mis
'.rtune. i.iu preacher who would bear sinners
jiu to pray, must first get his church
, its knees.
'ui can never tell what a man will d
ilc r e trade by the length of his
rayers on Sunday.
rite war horse of the Duke
Welling m was named t'openhagen.
...rd. rc-r will out if be has ii.fl -ce
.liaii'd ci-acity for making a fool of
i i mt-e - "- " devlonpd.
linn of Ihe oldeal ateiinuraplieis in
I hua;."! a: -ll weed I I aceoj.t.'.l
as it mai tcr of cmirm- Iml a tvi curi:
ten let:cr er ilc.cuiiH'til. no matte r do
BccniHicly ami carefully cX'-ccilc.l.
would liinii lilnrml and nanly, and
cartiun c-i. Hi. were iiiiicli uor-e than
the criminal. l.itt.eM ypewriier Kit.
,,n li na rc iiliili'.iilz. i t ii - - arl ml
w ill, 1 1 mi r us it x' written letter 1
aacl. an. clcnr ate! (.riiilil t lineal
print Hy iimiii; l.nlli -' I'nbvM... l a--Ihiii
l'ar your c.iii- lii lie jn-l as
cleiin arid liKlidMjine " '1 lic-, Koc-i
are fur aale l.y Hie
KEBRASEA BEWSPAFEE UNION,
Wlio ali"i carry a full line of Tytwrilrr nip
.ici KililKiim, ( iiilmii I'"r Type
writer ( ilt.fiej.oi ti-l a' r iiclU.aml sole
ll.HikH, ami Yyi-curtter Paper of all
klie is. I'rli-eaaa ln an tliu lonot.
Mail nrdc-ra prnniptly lilled.
. . IW . .. I U.I.I III. 1 ' fWl
Str awbc rry
iM-r Lhnmaml aiel ill", i " ' 1 .-fl. ii
andup c isai;.- .rain.", lick. i. i n
and Ant. S'-c-'l llnr 7'. . r thm lilel
Supply .it all kluda "I c cccdlh
true to ii inc. an-' atrii tiv lii
iinck. Wilt for Price I i'i in
I. Oil KM I t V. M lll III'. . Il'yn
I cm order. .f i cm ". It. of
niiinr or w aii ami c cMitn
iplc ami pil. I lie fay
t . iiiiiiiiiy. aniil- ii,
flight" pa i ok.
il.nnila. Wrilc fur i-n in
A Street ( rimil.
The easiest tiling on tho face of the
earth to entertain is a street crowd.
Everything but curiosity in such a mot
ley jam Is forgoii'U. Well aud poor.
p iioi aut and learned, stand elbow to
elbow with craned necks and open
mouths. Just such n crowd as this,
blocked the, way on Trenumt street
yesterday at frequently recurring in
tervals. Kvery time a very solemn
looking man appeared In the show win
dow there was a scramble to see whose
nose would be flattened on the plate
glass first. All the solemn-looking man
did was to open a couch and proceed
to make It into a bed by turning the
plush cover mattress side up and put
ting on a pair of pillows. When the
pillows were squared "P the crowd
was so great that a policeman had to
compel the outer layer of spectator
to move on. They did so, grumbling-
Then the bed was unmade, and a
parlor couch greeted the people, who
smiled and departed. In a few min
utes this scene was again enacted.
The bed-making tiuin never once re
laxed his countenance or has.-encd his
laborious movements. I'.ostoii Adviv
sary, as the spring brings the treadle
back again, saving the heel motion.
Tliis latter is what causes nil the back
aches, and with the spring is done
away with entirely. This spring can
be attached to any machine. It is ob
vious that this arrangement will prove
a great relief to every woman who
eews. It does half the work.
Laiialitcr ( niies Wrinkles.
It has long been a popular belief that
wrinkles are chielly caused by sorrow
and care. It is now claimed that this
Is not always the case-in fact if is said
that merry folk are far ofteiier afflict
ed with them than are the sorrowful,
and that laughter more frequently fur
rows the face than tears. There is an
art In laughter, and to know how to
laugh Is really quite as Important as to
know when to do so. If you laugh with
the sides of your face the skin will
work loose in time, and wrinkles will
form in exact accordance with the kind
of laugh you indulge In. The man who
always wears a smirk will have a
K.erles of semicircular wrinkles cover
ing liis cheeks. A gambler who Is ac
customed to suppress his feedings gen
erally has a deep Hue running from
each side of his nose to the upper cor
ner of his mouth, which in time ex
tends to the chin, forming the shape of
a half moon. A cadaverous person Is
usually marked with two wrinkles, one
on the jaw and the other under the eye.
meeting at right angles at the cheek j
bones. The student's wrinkles form oil j
the brow, while those of the schemer I
round his eyes and resi mble the spokes
of a wheel.
Cycling costume of plain green cloth,
trimmed with Hut and corded braid.
The skirt closes in front beneath tlm
two straps of braid. The smart little
bolero opens widely lu front to show
the white linen shirt with three studs,
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
F.XCU.-SIVE U-E OF InE W-ikD " CASTORIA," AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR IkAUE MARK..
DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Ilijumds, Massachusetts,
the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
? vtfrrx on every
that has borne and does now
hear the facrsimile signature of
This is the original "PITCHER'S CA5TUH1A, which, has oeen
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
irars. LOOK CAREFULLY
at the wrapper and see that it is
. 7 .
the hind yon, have always bought s-p JJ?rff--Ju n
has the si gnat arc oj --ryv. wrap
jYo one has authority from vie to use my name except
Centaur Company of which Chas. 11. Fletcher is
Do not endanger the life of your c!i;M by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), the ingredients of which Cl'cil lie does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
Kind That Never Failed You.
Mr CLNIAUn COMPANY, T7 MURHfcV BTIltET. NCWYOftK CITY.
A Lucky ltride.
,uv ,n:,-. vjr
Sweetness and Light.
Put a pill i:i tho pulpit if you want praf,i?a.l
preaching for t;o physical m;-n ; t-icr. p;:t V.:o
pill ia tho inliorr if it docs not practir-u vj-.t.tit
preach uh. Tliero'a a whole gospel in Ay.tr's
Sugar Coated nils ; a "gospel of w. -.rc-r,
and li,'ht." Pc-oplo usod to valuo thoir phy
as they di l tholr rclijion,-b7 its Litlcrn-.-.;.;.
Tho mora bittc . tl:o d.oo tho better t'.:-j &.' :.
We'vo got ove-: th"t. .Vot:.ko "t-vcar i. "
gopd or phyn-io r 'jW-.'.-days. ItV pov. to
ploaao arfd to f.-uryu at IVo earr.o lirao. Thcro
may be power ia u
Mor jiill .Hi
hi. nt li--
, ,n. ' V',.
Iriiliin l:i Ayrr' Cm--.
J. t. A;-d Co., 1,0'.
l M U . .
M :i.,. .
Konilin uh a lental Stirnulits.
.'.n eminent Fi'fiicli rltic snicl lu a
lecture recently in New York that "To
distrust what we like ls the first requi
site of progress in art i.'iid in life." II
did not mean that hooks that are dls
njTi'cnlile are the only hooks worth
reiiilinu. lint lie did mean thai a book
which opens up a new Held of kncnvl
e(lt;e, a new outlook upon literature or
life, is not at lirst likely to nive thy
pleasure that comes from one which
simply reflects the old familiar ideas of
which we say complacently, "Iv
L'oocl and true that is, for I've felt it ot
said it. myself." A hook that pats you
on the head or heart till the time Is np!
to he little inure than a reflection ol
your own narrow experience, and yon
will nut lcani anything from it. A book
that makes one feel ignorant is as mor
tifying to one's pride as a superior per
son. Ladies' Home .Journal.
tVu.hih (or Fair Hair.
Take one teasponiiful of borax, anil
the same quanliiy of sail; two ounce?
each of spirits of wine and nmmonh
water; two drachms of tincture of can-tliaridc-s,
and four ounces each of rose
water and distilled water. If tlu; hail
ls naturally ilry, a little almond oil maj
be add"il. r lake one ounce of boraj
and half an ounce of camphor, and dis
solve them ill one quart of boiling wit
ter. When cool, says the London Star,
this will be ready for Use.
OFT THK OEM'IXR ARTICLF
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious.
Costs less than OiVTJ CENT a cup.
Be sure that the package bears our Trade-Mark.
I? 8i Co. Limited,
TAKE THE SHE OFF OF OTHER BiOKCLES
BIAS and HABTFGBDS
Mrs. Kerry was married last year and
went with her husband to spend the
honeymoon in the gold fields of Alaska.
When they were married they were
poor, now they have $i:'.().IHll) In gold.
So much for love, pluck mid luck.
I-'roir Fkins for (ilovrs,
The latest in the realm of glove-mak
lag Is gloves of frog skin. This skin Ii
said to tin; finest and toughest lent It
er In the world. The demand for then;
is not great, but of sutlicii-nt dimen
slons to make it. worth while to maim
fact u re.
AfiroriH Ana n tn Vavor,
Aprons, for so many years regarded
as the distinguishing mark of serving
women, promise to lie Ike rage lu the
smart set in London. The apron of the
fin tire, however, will differ from that
of the past which our grandmoth'n's
tli.c-d to wear, lu the days gone b,, i, i
was a somber affair of black sill; or al-
paca, souiHlmes set off by a few dnltily ,
tucks or rows of hei ruig bone stitching ,
unci a liitl)' M'.v tme nice ' the
very r'lii'iiiiest iiproiis are made of the
In, .-si while linens Mid muslins n-i'l
batistes, (iiul are pnfi'cd and frilled
with lace ti ml trimmed ult'i ribbons
mil II the old ladles of .1 hundred years
ago would never drca in that they were
tipiotis. The finest aprons nn made of
real lace, and are well worth passing
down from generation lo -generation.
Hiiltie"i AliUlty of WniKin.
II is km Id that through the medium of
clubs women are developing business
ability, executive capacity, tolerance
for the opinions ntnl views of other
people and n broad Reuse of charily
n ml loyalty toward tne world, which
will inntorlnlly strengthen her entire
1 fMv .$ fljmJU
Enamel that wears and does
not wear out that is Columbia
enamel. It gives that lustrous,
lasting and unequalled beauty to
Columbia and Hartford bicycles.
Our secret process gives us this
i -; ' , :
Serious illness should be a mother's
only excuse liif wet'tiitiji the I aby ilur
bi:; hot v,' aihi-r. or tiiuil it la.s salelj
passed lii) dangers of Ihe second sum
The Hoard of lli-nlth of I'hiladi-'ciihlfi
i-cceiilly ifsiiecl cii:i'r.'.i-iicy hlnis for tut!
Mimm.-r cine- .!' !- - '''in. Vh'.,,.-ihh!
mi Ions are . n in f " i i . I
-if Ihe child be !i ul.v allac-ke(; j
wiili vomiting, pttrgla:: aud pro.dra j
lion, pul H Into a hot balh for a few!
inluiites, i hen can-fully wipe it drjj
with a warm towel, and wrap It It:1
u ii nn I lankcls. If lis liamls mid feetj
,1 , ...i... i ii... .....a. i..
lire com. nouns iii.cn wmi not waici
and wr.ipi i ll In llaimel slioulil In? lnh,
"Five drops of brandy In n teaspoou
fill of water may be given every ten ot
lll'lei-u minutes: but If the votnltiii
persists, tlve this brandy lu equal parti
of mini nml llmo-wutcr.
STANDARD OF THE WORLD. $7 Z
- V 1 1
I3S6 Ccluiebias, 60. Hartiords, 50, $45, 40f $30
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
If Columbus sre not property represented in ycrnr t'cfm', , let us krt&w.
to all alike.
"A Good Tale Will Bear Telling
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VJ ii i iinl.il
f 1. 1 w .
lluraiiU1 J uil!.Ln,H m 11 1 cl litlotl
..J not w. if.'iu of in', colli, in. inl,rnii..i.
-,..i-,.r.i,i cuunnon. I'uMiimn. n ml ii.it utrio
.OUHllvOcSClllMICIlCo. K'-HI "I l'..liiniiu.
L'ltJ'NNHH.U.I I , , , , . ...t in-nErwu,
0. S. i. 7. "f """I In plum -n.prr.
iv ..TT..M, ,.'Mi,. fi,
O IIIUIS HHlUt All tISt 1411 S. P.
I Uiiiirn syrup, r umiwiuimki. uh
i limn. Snlrt ry nruiiKi"".
312 to m PER WEEK
liiir for ua.
I'm llcn pn'r.-m-il v ho run ir ivfl wlioli- liino lo Ihe biml-
! Ki. i'(,nn. n.iiirn, in'Kiifii, nia.r in- jironianiv miiu,,j.-.
.fw! ',i)iiliii.'i f,,r lown i.imI i'lly w.irlt h c-mint.ry
HkIi-Ii-Ik, J. K. OUTFiiU. I 'h MulllHU., Hl.lliuiund, V,
"TR MTPBiiV't ' M. 0. WILLSON 4 CO. , Wni
r CI I ElH I JViiirt'.n.lM:. Nurhmirntlll llnt
N. M. U. No. 458- 30.
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