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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1898)
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too of ilf i m-r 'rvrr mi in 'e
anlain "I an I hi irx rem umli .
Jitt 11-llitigV l'hlluilijr.
The p "UiiK li I UCi hav
h-lMl tmida and I ha ma t trntli in
li noftii ib i i' m "l'l hk i
WOmli -lin lv ' ka iw il s -II r-nr
b ii'Mlmnf 'ruly v.-n-rtle but whs it
A ll r'iK to teinnrtn-, ii''tr kt
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(hi nm "i raon ible f in mi i li li-ff
stvll, and ihr rm tin ler 11 jml wuai
we lira ail ! "w attei.
rthake Into Tour Shoes
Allen' Fix it -Km, n joili-r for the
feel. II cur- imiuriil. ttwolleti. Riimrt
lutr ft"' am' liiMuntly tnke the i 1 1
ut of curtm nnd bullion. It's the greut
comfort dlwovery of the Hge. Al-t-n'e
I'imiI Khkh uinkra tlKht-flttliitf or
t)cw- bIhm feel eay. It Im a certain
cure for sweating, rn Ilium nnil lint.
Hired, uervoua. nehlntr ffct. Try It to
day. Sold by nil druitKlats and shoe
Store. Hy mail for J."ic In stumps. Trial
package VliKK. Ai!ilres Allen 8. Olui
Sled. I Hoy. X. Y.
There r m tliojs ihat wilt never
Weenie hiiu r. A buisrltss Fourth ol
Jeiy i ohm rl them.
Mrs. I(ImI a UnoTMiKO Bvaur (or child
e le. ikini, miu-in lli iiimi, leitiioea tntWin-
allare lii, eiin-aainil culic. 'He Uitile
nalloons Safe from Ballet.
Balloou eiperlnienta were made rr
Mtly by (he AuatrUn UoTernuieiH to
last whether serviceable obnervatlou
outd be made at a ufe dUmnre from
b enemy'a Ore. A balloon thirty-three
fact in horizontal aud forty-alx feet in
Vertical diameter waa sent up from a
feint 5.5U) yards away from a battery,
ajd kept at height of 2.U00 feet.
Eighty shells, containing over 10.000
tulleta. were fired st It. bat only thn-e
mall bolea, wblcb did not affect Its
working, were found when the balloon
caune down. The inference is drawn
bat In actual warfare balloons can be
aed to advantage t Hint dlsunce.
Impeavchment In KngUnil.
The House of Commons, when It
passes resolutions or articles of lm
eacbment. docs so ns a grand Jury or
Inquest of the whole nation. The house
f peer cannot try a commoner for a
Capital offense, bat a peer can be tried
y bla peers or equnla according to
jfeagna charts, whether for nilsdc-
nor or any higher crime.
An Old Tavern SlRn.
At Locou, France, an ancient Inn has
for Its sign "The Four Things to Bo
Teared." which Is the legend under a
rlntlng representing a cat, a monkey,
woman and a judge.
Egypt's smelling festival la a legal
tad eorumerrisl holiday. Unions and
jtber odorous articles are In great de-
od the occasion.
Are your nerves weak?
Can't you sleep well? Pain
in your back? Lack energy?
Appetite poor? Digestion
bad? Bolls or pimples?
These are sure aif.ns of
From what poisons?
From poisons that are al
ways found In constipated
If the contents of the
bowels are not removed from
the body each day, as nature
Intended, these poisonous
subsunces are sure to be
absorbed into the blood, al
ways causing suffering and
frequently causing severe
There Is common senso
TW 4allt (Man an ess
,1 and natural movement of
J the bowels.
1 1 Tea will And rhst the use of
with the pltts will bssten L
recovery, it ciesnses me
blood from all impurities snd
la a crest tonic to the nerves.
m immt ste m Mrtf. IH
V aZ .t i - -- - - sr
T wnrklns bar-1. sod tlifs you can Re1
r.fi. J su'iini. ism if y,,u arc tired all tbi
Iiiiih ii u,ran tiiBt your IiIikmI m pM,r
mi hih-.I to take I !(! S.-irK:iuriI!n, tin
it. -a i i-ure fi.r that tired ferling txi-miM
ii i ilie Kreat enrii her innl vitalizer of I In
l.lnnd. Voo will find apM-tite, uer?e,
"" I snd digeative strength In
( sood's Sarsaparilla
Anar'oa'i Gmu-it Mediciaa.
Hood's Pills oura aauu-a. la-tlttiaa. Sta,
Krtiixlat 'cu t'uurl uKl,
Wb c i nire tlie moar. milk, snd
ii. lu h the sr-t qiiHniy olbu tei
ut ycr nnv t knownlo every farm- j
-r wi,n i.a- I enl, but only a fear li
h-m know the exsrt qntntitie (or!
every liny 0' we-k In th y-ar, simply
'e.-an-e tliey d not keep rei-onls. Th--n
ti-re la t-e eoat ol 'ha milk snd butter
in knn n t inm coxa are heavy
l-ed r- ami d i not pro nice a 'C Tilin-lv,
bile ii ia a1 o (Hi'S'blH In ig kxI cow
ligve lsr,e yiebls and yet not at a
coal 10 alio a profit..
Wheal 4u . enii u tioahel.
I low to grow w heat vrith bie proht g
10 renin ami anmjilea of Nnlzpr's H'-d (Irimi
i Huihelpersc-re) Winter Wheiit, itye,
OalH. Clover, etc., with Farm Seed Cnta-li-iriie
for 4 cents iOKtiiire. JOHN A.fiAly
XK RKEI CO.. Iji CrosKe, Win. C N U
The man whi wear- a linen dusr en
boat exenrai n may not be insane,
but Ids i s ol he eternal fitness ol
ihinjga are seriously tanled.
Hall's Catarrh Cure
la s constitutional cure, l'nce 75 oanat
Tl ere ian't much patriotiam in the
ri l o d o-n'l use a little powder and
wiar banica on the trior out Fourth.
Kervea Oat ol Tuna.
Jnat as the atrinKS of a tniiairei inatrii-
ment get out of tune through Inik ! rare
and break out into ear-torturing discord
heu touched, no the humiin nit-vea get
nut of tuue, and make everybody miaera-
ble that comes In contact with tliein. P-
ry tobacco user's nervea are out of tune
more or leas, and the real tobneo aiaTe's
nerves sre relaxed to the turnout. No-To-Mnc
Is the tuning key which tiKhtens the
n-rvea. makea them respoml qnirkly in
he emntiona. resulting in the happir.eaa of
ill. No-To-Bsc guaranteed tobacco habit
lire, makea weak men Htrong, We ad
iite all tobacco uaera to take Nu-To-Buc
Cared Her Cnreteaanesn.
The following story la told In the
memoirs of Ird Blachford, recently
published In England: Mrs. -'a rela-
tiorjs with her maids are rich. She
was describing one who was s breaker
of china. "At last she broke three
things In one day. So I aald to her:
'You are 111, Jane, you want some castor
OIL' The maid stared and waa aston
ished. 'Your hand shakes, you want
some castor oil, Jane.' The uiaid took
It aa a Joke and grinned. But, when
bed time came, the upper mam was
itnlr summoned. 'Jane Is 111 and wants
some castor oil; come with me, and I
will It out for ber.' " Mrs.
appeared at the bedside with a quite In
flexible determination, explained that
Jane was 111 and did want castor oil
and must take It. She did take It, and
no further breakage occurred.
Oawa or Modern Geography.
What should be an Interesting book
is In preparation In England by Ray
mond Beaaley history of travel and
geographical science from the time of
the conversion of the Soman Empire to
the eleventh century. The first vclumo.
which has far aim Ilea and maps, at
tempts to give an account of the more
important geographical movements of
the early Middle Ages, the purpose be
ing to Illustrate the course of the plon
eer enterprise which preceded the dis
coveries of tbo fifteenth and sixteenth
centuries. The title of the book will b,
The Dswn of Modern Urography," sntl
the publisher John Murray.
YOUNG AT SIXTY.
Serene comfort and happlneaa in ad
vanced years are realised by Oompax ac
tively few women.
Their hard Uvea, their liability to se
rioae troubles on account of their pecu
liar organism snd their profound iguo
rsnoa ooaoarnlag' themselves, all com
bine to shorten the period of usefulness
sod All their later years with suffering.
Mrs. Pinkhsm baa dose much to make
waesea strong-. She has given advioe
to assay that has shown thntn how to
fusrd sgaiast dUeaae and retain vigor
ous health In old age. From every cor
ner of the earth there is constantly com
ing; the most coovinciup statements
from women, showing the efllcecy of
Lydls B. Plnkhatn's Vegetable Com
pound in overcoming female ills. Dere
is a letter from Mrs. J. C. Oram, of 2-0
Qorser St., Johnstown, I's., which la
earaeat sod straight to the point:
"DsabMm. PiasnAM-. I fuel it ray
duty to tall ail suffering women thut I
think your remedies are wonderful. I
had trouble with my bead, dizy spells
and hot flashes. Feet aud hands were
cold, was very nervous, could not sleep
well, had kidney trouble, pain in
ovaries snd congestion of the womb.
Slaos taking your remedies I am bet ter
every way My head trouble n all
gone, have no pain in ovaries, and am
cured of womb trouble. I can eat and
sleep well and am gaining h flesh. I
consider your medicine the best to be
had for female troubles. "
The prsseat Mrs. Ptakbtun's esperi
cnos la treating female Sis Is unparal
lelled, for years she worked side by
side with Mrs. Lydln E Pinkhsm, and
for somitlasi peal has bad sols ehaqris
.if the eerieeyondeaee department pt
ler great tmstaees, trsatUg by letter
a f as m kandred Ihotsawd alfcag
HER CARGO OF "iiALT-
(low a I-uiiKiua F.il.Btrr Deceived
tus tfi venue Uuiitri,
Among the sit.il small vi-h;!m,
wUi mm. tiiib.isii l iny i-iirdii,uijii to Cuba
bae oci'iisioUinl this government su
much uniiojauce and expi-nac, lew
Lave bi-eii tun subject oi an tuucli
vvali-lifulncaji, or kept cusuuus coiI.k--toi
awake ut uigUt frwiueuuy, an
This trim little ves;l has been luter-ct-pted
itud overbiiuk-d seveiaJ tluna;
her cargo uud clearance papers wero
subjeclud Ui the beverest scrutiny; and
though t'overuuicut oUk-luis knew, by
a sort of Itituklou acquired by cusioma
olhcer (backed by Boating rumors),
that the Wood.Ul wan not Uie luuoccut
craft lie preuteuded to be, nothing
could ever be proved against ber.
A story told by a machinist, auent an
escapade of the Woodall at a timo
wheu her peculiar actions first attract
ed government utteiiliou, might throw
considerable light upon a subject
whose mystery has battled the wit of j
many a clever ofliclul.
'1 suppose you know all about the
bayous and iulets running up from Ver
million Hay, not far from the wilt
mlnea of southern Louisiana, where
President Cleveland goes hunting?"
began the machinist. "Well. I bad been
doing some work at the salt mines,
when word came that a vessel was
down In the bay wanting all the men It
could get to load up.
"I went with some Vther men. A
few were turned back, but most of us
were put on to the Job of loading sacks
of salt on to the WdodaJl, which lay
out In an arm of the bay as close to
shore ns she could get.
"It. was common enough for lxmts to
run up In the bays to take on salt or
lumber, but what I thought queer was
a lot of box-oars laying up In the
wools on o. temporary track. How they
come there an' what they comp for I
wanted to know. It wasn't so long till
"We hnstled that wit on board lively,
I tell you. It wa hard work, but grxid
pay. Saturday the Cap'n come along
an' says: 'Roy. I got a job for yrni to
do. an' every man that ain't willing to
i sweflr he'll keep his mouth shut can
"We all swore.
" 'Poe them box enm? he soy., point
ing to the truck In the woods; 1 wan
every lat one o' them carloads stowed
In the Woodall before Monday morn
ing. Kin you do Itr
"Of course we could.
"Well, sir, the Ant load was a sur
prise. The Woodall had a false bot
tom as long nn' near as wkle ns her
self, laying tip there ready for the
"Salt! Well. I should smile! Smelt
mighty like powder, an' looked mighty
like guns an' ammunition. We worked
nn' sweated all that night an' all day
Sunday an' Sunday night. We was
nlrh dr-nd for sleep, only snatching a
minute's rewt now and then, an' goln'
at It agin. We sprinkled the empty box
cars with salt. nn'. In fact, we waited
good salt promiscuous around there.
"Monday mornln' ns soon ns they
could git to its, down come th custom
bonne officers. Got wind about extry
hands and rushed job. an' they was
bound to find out the whole of It.
"Down In the lottom of the boy lay
that cargo of powder an' livnd. an' we
was Just lonrllTie Dip last few sncks of
salt on to the WoikIjiII.
"Steam was up nn' everything rendy
for a start. The officers took n look nt
the empty enrs an' then went on Ivnard
and overhauled the cargo. Nothln' but
"At Inst they went awny. look In dls
Rfttlslled. an' one of 'em says to me;
'Tooks like yon fellows wasted a heap
o' suit around here.'
" 'Salt's cheap.' says I.
'"Twnrn't no time licfore the Wood
all had Ihnt false bottom up nn' tn torv
down the bay.
"'Where was she goln'T Ask me
somotbln' I know." Leslie's Weekly.
An Example Worth imitatlne.
A church In Philadelphia Is contem
plating the purchase of a farm ns a
place of outing and recreation for the
poor of the parish. The one under con
sideration contains about a hundred
acres. Klght acres are woodland, In
which the parish boys could camp. A
vineyard occupies an acre; and the rest
is under cultivation. The main dwell
ing house contains twenty-one rooms,
thirteen of which are bedrooms. An
unfailing stream of water runs throt'gli
the place. There la ao abundance of
fruit, the location Is high and whole
some, and In an exceedingly good
neighborhood. It Is, moreover, hoped
thai by Judicious farming the prod
ucts of the place will pay most of its
expenses. The older members of the
parish who could not otherwise leave
the clly fir even a week or two during
the lieu ted sen son will enjoy a visit to
the farm. The boys can go there for a
week, while a Held on the place would,
with a little work, uiuUe an excellent
athletic ground, which might be open
to them nt all times. The plan is high
ly commendable, and If judiciously car
ried out cannot full to be successful.
Why not udopt it in other cities?
A Traveler's Opiniiw.
It Is seldom one meets a man In
America who Is u!te satisfied with his
own position. The colored man who
waited on tne In a Boston hotel wanted
to be, a cook, and so get higher wages.
The headwnlter In the dlnlng-rootn
seemed a better educated man than is
usually found In that position, nnd he
was anxious to be a teacher. As I
traveled through the country, 1 found
the farmers' sous, as a rule, enger to go
Into bus!. -toss In the towns. A young
broker whom I met wished he could
have given bla life to the study of sci
ence, while a physician, and a scientific
nan of blgb standing, confided to roe
that circumstances hsd urged him Into
kaf prsseat work, sad Im4 ke was cesv
Oil..,.! Ii.a ..,,111(1 il'lfl' Ki.l t'Oll III i. I '. f
snd himself liclter as an active ol:i
chin. Americans nppmr to be ituc in
scions of tills tinr ft, wlih h grow: mi
of the decile in In comic wealili.v n
emiiu nt. i.'ai h m n lind hi - own i ul j
work commonplace, uud fancies tlia.
he could show higher tiualilic ill bi
There Is truth In this criticism; bin
Is the characteristic pointed out peiit
liar to America and the Aiuericaus?
Oncer Koce Iuluilnt the Island ot
The world of science has Just been
roused to unusual interest 1 y a rep -rt
of the Comm rt lal ieog aphiciil S -clety
of Frauce, giving de.ai.s lou.ern
lng a race of mustucind while worn n
who Inhabit the Ishind of Yeso. on.'
of the Do.thwest of the J ip. ne. e gro p
The facts which the report tuminUe
are those leann d by A. M. Klub.ikjws
kt, an explorer and delegate of tue sj
clcty, who has recent y returned lr mi a
visit to the strange people desCilbed.
The esisteuce of the Aiuos. as t. e
ra-e to which these people belong Ii
called, has long been known to ethnoli-
gists, and Mr. Klabukowski has th
houor of being the lirst explorer of
modern times to penetrate the country
and look upon it and Its people wkh
the keen eye of thi' ethnologist.
He is believed to be the only white
man who has gained reliable Informa
tion coii'-( ruing the wo:nen. woe
mustacki s a.e u,u .1 t ) those ev-r wo. j
by any utcniber of their race.
These women re massive in appear
ance, and. in fact, appear to better
physical advantage t! an the men. Tu y
have high cheek bones and are d.bti c
They do not have that ghastly yi llow
Ish complexion characteristic of the
Chinese and Japanese, but rather b ar
every appearance of white women who
have lived much In the opt n a r. Their
mustaches, when natural, are always
black and silky, and are invariably
turned up at both ends.
It seems that not every one can grow
a mustache. What is the cause of this
fact no one apparently knows.
There Is not even a native explana
tion, except the one found in the state
ment that the mustache is an Indica
tion of the caste or rank of the owner
The peculiarity Is all the more
strange for the reason that the Ainos
are a decided hairy race, their whole
bodies bs;lng gem rally covered with
hair that Is naturally soft and silky.
If, however, one of the women pa.-sei
the age of 14 with no trace of a mus
tache appearing, her patents stake it
for granted that Nature has tal.oo d
her so far as mustaches are concerned,
and proceed to supply the defect, in
appearance at leaBt, by the aid of tat
tooing. The skill which these people possess
of Imitating the mustache by thse
means Is remarkable. lnd ed, nt a dis
tance, It le almost Impossible to tell
whether or not the mustache la genu
ine or Imitation.
II n ; ("nine Hack.
"No one else will ever wear this ring!
.tore it goes!" said Charles Bloodgood
to MIhb Kllaa Turnbull, standing up In
a boat one August night In 1806, and
tos.iing their engagement ring into the
FiiHfluphanna lllver, near Unaclilla.
They had come from the Berkshire
Hills to visit mutual friends and had
nuarrr-lpd whll returning home from
n picnic. After their return to tJie Berk
Khlre Il'iUa they were reconciled and
Recently some fishermen "bobbing"
through the Ice for pickerel In the Sus
quehnnna, near Windsor, forty miles
south of Unadllla. made a large catch.
A cousin of Bloodgood, one of the fish
ermen, in openlug one of his fish, found
a gold ring. lie burnished it up. ond
inalile the circle discovered the lnltlaJa
of Bloodgood and Miss Tnrnbiill. He
sent the ring to his cousin. Susque
hanna special to New York World.
Continuous I -an hier.
FaVrange tie It nifly seem. John B-rehter
frills luio oonvulsloJis of Inughtor be
cause a clot of blood Is pnssilng his
spilnnl cord. At Umt the dotora nit
trthute His taughtr to tihat cntutc For
thtvo hours 0110 night recently the mtui
lnuglied uqiroiirlously wiithouit a mo
Two wih'U ago Brelner was taken
sick while at work In bji Iron mUl.
Sce tihcn he ha.s been conflnod to his
hel. Tie h:ts almost lost the ixwer of
spoe-h. and Is uuablo to uMer a wonl.
But. hi laughter Is free and Apparency
natural, fl If he were Intensely nmus
el. Bethlehem (Pn.) special to New
Mm Id I Kitchen Ut nails.
Bnddlng genius In Portland. Ore., haa
devised a utilitarian plan to make the
new aluminum musical Instruments
convertible Into kitchen titenalls By
making the kpys and strings detach
able he propose to use the mandolin
for a stewpan .the guitar for n ham
boiler or llsh frier, and to conk flap
jacks on the banjo. It will readily bo
seen that a piccolo could serve the uses
of a poker without any detaching, and
th conversion of a saxophone Into a
soup Indie would have advantages too
manifest for comment. New York Sun.
Hiimi' Hull! or Hi-la.
An Ingenious hatter of Paris con
structed a house of felt made out of
24,0(10 old hats. This house consisted
of pnrlor, dining room nnd lied room,
also a kitchen. It was erected upon a
platform upon the plain of 8t. IX-nls.
end could be transported from place to
Providence takes care of some fools
by giving them wives to look after
The man who can acknowledge a mis
lake without blaming It on some one
tiae has true moral cesvsftx
In-r w aat I'l 1 'ii-l
lJ ftCtimcsaocooKinc 1
ma uoAtt Miocuffs va mo m.
mi rouae or tmi itmkh will to
or mit o'Wi s Ata.
I r HIIBtNSFB RWrfCO
exact reproductions cf the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be glTea
yen ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of
advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only io
the manner specified. The subverts are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
Tue birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 35 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Search. Accept
" Forbid a Fool a Thing and
That He Will Do."
I A Cac In I'otnt.
I Mother (to Holine) Y n miit not
I pnt off till tomorrow hat you can dn
j Bi.bie Tbn M's finish the plum
pudili at S Y. -J'liirriHl.
A liar 1 CiitiibliiHtlon.
'Ti'fal, it cituio' be den rd.
In lain lie r i" nti ns
T i riml inlk Ii nu on pmi'v pride
And al ort on livmr la jaiis.
Detroit Yw I'r '
ELCODHOUND TRACED A BABY.
After cearchera Uud Fxl'd. the Anl
mnl Led 1 t-cni to Ita uia overj.
A few days ago Bertha, the pretty
4-year-old daughter of John C. Putnam,
of the little settlement of Mill Village,
Vt disappeared. All the neighbors
joined In the search for her. Night and
day the hunt was continued, but not
trace of the little one could be discov
ered. The parents were In despair. It
was feared that the child had been kid
naped. Finally the father. In decvern
tlon, suggested that the State blood
hound Pilot could find some trace. Anx
ious to do anything that would In the
least relieve the father's m'.n:l. the of
ficials took the dog to Mil! Ullage.
The dog was then given a tiny shoe
vhat had been worn by the child the
day before she disappeared. This he
held In bis mouth for a minute. Thpn
he dropped It and sniffed the air. He
seemed puzzled, and the knowing ones
were beginning to remark that they
knew the bound would not be or any
It really seemed as If rne animal un
derstood their words, for he sud,lnly
put his nose to the ground and was off
like a shot, dagging bis keepers after
him. On he went, crossing roads, fields
and timber stretches, until he reached
"Devil's Camp," a point about a mile
below Rutland, where there Is a small
mill stream. Here the animal suddenly
brought up at the edge of the water,
gave one long bark, and refused to go
Then the men got to work. They pro
cured hooks and poles, and the bed of
the stream was thoroughly searched.
Al) this time Pilot stood by the water
side, though st tempts were mode to
drag blm away. For the first time since
he had been in the State be refused to
obey the voice of his keeper. Toward
night the body of the missing child was
found. As it was drawn to the shore
Pilot sprang forward, took the slimy
dress in bis mouth and, raising the child
ss tenderly ss thou&h It bsd been in
Its mother's arms, trotted bnck to the
bouse, the long line of searchers fellow
lug. New York Herald.
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Ii4 S fjt tit l Stilt
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N. N. U. NO. 602-31. YORK NED
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FRGG for a few months to all users of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron
Brand). To induce you to try this brand of
starch, so that you may find out for yourself
that all clsims for its superiority and econ
omy are true, the makers have had prepared,
at great expense, a aertea of four .
Slow To Get Them;
All pnrchasers of three 10 cent or
ii 5cTit iwkilTcs of Elastic Starch
(Tlat Iron Brand), areentitlad tp ra
rpivtifrom their grocer one of thfss
ben ut if nl Game Plaques free, ibs
plnocies will not be sent by mall.
Thoy can be obtained only from your
Ev.ry Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch,
Do not (May. This offer
is for a abort time only.
A Ulcaaeil Relief.
"H w ie it 1a.1i viar btby dtoo4
a'leep at suuli a regular time? WhM
do you ifiv-- b'-r?
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nig to he . in limia olii Journal.
There Are Others.
Tom Do you hive tny trouble aaai
ing your iTlitois? I
1 i-k So. It s ensv enough to mewfi
Iimiii he Tiuule is to avoid tham.'a)
S. Y Tniib.
BEST SCALES- LEAST MONCV
ONES OF BINGHAMTON N. V.
Lc Hi 41 for vaattsini
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Of til UC0II BBMabraBaSBW
v..r lutHW. I'eviiiifH. d Mft snaifsi
aTHtEtmCtaiCuC. -it polaoaeae.
14 by Orm
or mt la stale
I m. .r MIIm. S1.H.
iircwMT seat aa
Ihe St. Joseph and Grand Islsai
Eatnas Oity and Omaha Railways
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE!
TO ILL TOISTB
WEST EH EAST
oi"w Union P.otflo By.t.
Alt! TH( rtVOKITS LIMtS j
To riillfornla. Orciron ami all nm PntoteJ
lor tiiiorma'liui reicarlt!i( rataa, ete., Ball Jm
tit a4tdl'r ueim'Kl Mventor H. M. Asart,
W. I KnuiNMiN, Jk., OeB.rsaa.AtSj
Uen'l Manawp. t. Inwnh. Mo. )
on a Bicycle.
Among the eetaers, waterfalls,
Inkca, nnl tcrraw of Y llowB'one
Park is where every true wheelman
Mi ttld spend bis '9S holiday. Mt
deliir t'lil outii g imaginable.
exen ive tlia-i a week at a fash
ionable anmm r r sort. O od ro a.
Kleiant boU-is. Fine iising, Splendid
Write for booklet givine full Infor
nistii n sliont the cost of the tiip,
what to take, . bai the roads are like,
J. Francla, General Pamenger Afeat,
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WiSf 1- atri.isrt.
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