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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1898)
So the filling of the hair tells
of the approach of age and
No matter how barren the tree
nor how leafless it may seem,
you confidently expect leaves
gain. And why?
Because there Is life at the
So you need not worry about H
the railing or your hair, the
C threatened departure of youtb
ana ocauty. na woyr
Recauae if there ix cmrk nf
J life remaining in the roots of fl
n n rr
viB arouse it hto healthy acrlv
Hy. The hair ceases to come
out: it begins to grow: and the
glory of your youtb is restored
wo have a book on the Hair
and its Disease. It Is free.
Thm aValf AsfVloa Draw.
If yea 4 not obuia all th bnfHa
yu lDria ifom in. OH I M . ir,
in. oorwr munw i,. rnMuiT
n writs tut aorto
II lbr M torn it!
If rl ir'Wai
l HMl.1l. (Ur
U OH- J O. 1
M-l mr b. sully
ICR, Lo-.II. Km.
MRS. I'LNKHAM'S ADVICE SOLDIERS' STORIES.
Iln la ftummrr.
Ik obeapest may to keep a flock o!
baat is) summer is to turn them on a
lavage and let tbem pi k up all the food
required, a they will fiil i heir crop
Several time a day with hu;s,graaa seed,
rata, etc. When fed grain during h t
reetber the fowls are liable to become
lee fat, in wbicb condition the hens du
at key and are then a I no more liable t
fiaoaae. mar not be high in um-
aiet , but they cn be protuceo at a vary
Mil eost at that ae imd if tbe bens a re
le to aeek tlwir loorf,
I 1 llll. Mill u I II.
? F.ri r-ai
I II l im'ir r. II if-! tnt w in f .
I A. J. TO'-Vilf I " .- C
biMwu--.'yy '''' 1
lh St. Joseph and Grand inland
, Ianui Citjrnd Omaba Eailwajs
to aU. ro;yt
WEST IHH! EAST
Union Pamfio 8jiti
A4 to rrnrie
tkaa wtU in
m m. hvurit uKii
fCrlfrtil..OrtoaDi1 all trn points
f f ItilormaMu rr.llm r!o. !., """Il oa
er sadrrM nriroat cxciitor f M. AtMIT,
W. f. (ii). Jl, "H- I'm A(t
Bn'l MnT. L Jorh, do.
mm Mi llll ll 1... w.m.wmy;
What Mr. NeU Harat hu to &)
DtA Mm. Pinkiam: When Iwrot
to you I bad not Wu well for fle years
had doctored all the time but got nc
hotter. 1 had womb trouble very bad.
My womb pressed backward, causing
pilea. I waa in auch misery I could
scarcely walk across the floor. Men-
uruation was irregular and too pro
fuse, waa also
Oraphle Account f Ptlrrlna Fcraes
Wltneed on Ibe RnttlefieM and In
Camp- Veteran of tbe Kebrllion Ke
el ta El pcrience of I brill inc Nat are.
The Fan of Foroeln .
Interetit a veteran In the story of
foraging expeditions made during li!a j
service In the army and he will talk
had given up all much more readily than about the more
hopes of petting serious affair of hnrnclilp and winger
well: evervbodv through which he passed. It was fre-
quently Inevitable tljat eltner parry to
the civil war mut subsist upon the lo
cullty In which It found itself, and
when this necessity did exist there was
an Irrepressible desire to supplement
the meager bill of fare provided
ble Compound, ! through the commlsary deparlment
I felt very much better! When Gen. Payne, commanding a brig-
thought I had
h five bottles of
Lydia E. Pink-!
snd was able to do nearly all my own
worn, i continued the use of your medi
cine, and feel that 1 owe my recovery to
you. I cannotthank yon enough foryour
advice and your wonderful medicine.
Anyone doubting my statement may
write to me and I will gladly answer
all inquiries. Mrs. Nell Hurst, Deep
Lettera like the foregoing, con
stantly being received, contribute not
a little to the satisfaction felt by Mrs.
i'inkham that her medicine and counsel
are ashistiug women to bear their heavy
Mrs. Pinkham'saddreas Is Lynn, Mass. 1
Ail suiiering women are invited to
write to her for advice, which will be
given without charg-e. It is an ex
perienced womnn's n''-W to women.
Rd and dark hell itrope form Ono ol
the season's combinations of color.
Piso's Ottre for Conmmption is onr onlv
ami colds M rs C.
medicine tor couth
Belts, 439 Hib ave., Dnver.
Col., Nov. 8,
Children wear tan stockings and shoe!
rilh their inmrn r stir.
Mr. Wlnlow' SooTHiNfl Htscp for child"
rn tenhinir. o(tmt the mna, reduces Inflam
tBatloa, lljri ptn, cum wlud colic. c bottlt
WAMTE0.-Oiurb..l ur..n v..at It t P'A N-Swlll
WH li'-Rflt, B-nl B pi-Bt t'i Rl'-ttim Chptntral C?o
w Tork. for 1U wmi.l.nn.l l.uii tUmmlU,
A large white fleur de lit on aolored
groand will be popular this year.
Edna Bliinb r stole a ball boarin
chainlets wheel, didn't beT
M id red Yes, dear, anil now he'i
wearing a lll bearing wneelleM chaia.
-New York World.
"Well, baby, did dear papa rintr yno
to sleep lst nitht like mamma does7"
"No'm. He piaved he nz a big black
bear an scared me io sleep." ltruil
wtaoro it is lwy ronny, vet never
ket where rain Mia but aeldom. yet
tko iMdaoape la per-enially green,
whore Um air it aa lifht as a eat' er,
rot strong enough to rea-ore the flush
of Teeth to the cbeek of th aired.
Aa eipeBdre outing T Not at all.
Ike torn mar tourist rate offered by
the Berlincton Route Wing m trip to
lrt BMtrondo'fnlof aUtea wi bin
roah of rrerv man wl omnn wh
koowa how necet ary vattiona ere
land acta tn oooordance with Uiat
i. rranrlT. (tmti Pamaiw Afwik
f. If roe go wrrt via Omaha end the
orMaiUia Rou'e. yo ean t" off and
law Traaa-MMMippI ilUa
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is a constitutional cure. 1'rice 75 oenst.
ade In the Army of the Cumberland,
was approached by a very angry wom
an of the neighborhood who had lost
her entire stock of poultry, he express
ed regret, admitted bis Inability to pre
vent foraging, and then added In a
voice thrilling with patriotism: "The
fact Is, madam, we are going to push
thin war to a successful Issue If It takes
every d d chicken In Tennessee." This
sentiment was widely prevalent In the
army, though It was seldom so openly
admitted by the otllcers, for they were
expected, so far as consistent with the
welfare of the Government, to protect
the rights of private property.
How far private soldiers go was Illus
trated In Washington when two men
from a light Infnntry regiment recruit
ed In Maine conceived and carried out
the brilliant plan of foraging on the
President's rations at the White House.
They stole Into the big kitchen, "bow
ing to a tall, fatherly looking man" on
the way, laid out a generous supply of
the provisions that best pleased them,
and then one of them sought to relieve
bis conscience In a stern address to the
cook: "Now, look here; we've sworn to
support the Government. For three
days we're done It on salt junk. Now
that you've consented to let us have
this stuff, It will help things along won
derful." The cook had done nothing
of the kind and was about to rnlse an
alarm when the "tall man" appeared In
the doorway, laughing heartily while
directing that the boy be given what
they wanted, and It was the President,
who at once saw to It that there was a
better supply of provisions in the camp.
Toward the close of the war, when
the Confederates were bard pusbed,
not alone In the field, but for enough to
eat, a big mountaineer from North Car
olina became so desperate In his hun
ger that he determined to forage even
If he had to force some o his own com
rades to make a division of grub with
him. Stealing about the camp late nt
night, he came upon two coatless and
hatless men. one of them busily engag
ed In picking a goose. "Where did you
get that goose?" roared the mountain
eer as he dropped the barrel of his rifle
significantly across his left arm.
"Secured it In the neighborhood," re
nlied the own who was making the
feathers fly. His voice was low and i
pleasant, he had a kindly face and the !
man with the gun chuckled Inwardly j
ns he decided that he was dealing with j
a chaplain whom he thought it would j
be otisy to bliifT.
"1 thought so," In the same nnyry i
voice he had adopted In the outset. ;
the lust llvln' tiling :
von t i ev it critters n:ui ten me. i :
want him now and I want hint quick, i
or I'll reckon there'll be the devil lo pay
'round here, I haven't had a tiling to '
eat for a year." i
"For a year?' j
"Well, that may be dm win' it a little 1
strong, but 'here's canary hints that 1
get mot to eat than 1 tlo. and I must ;
have that fooye." j
"All right, my friend. If It belongs to '
you, If you have ben starving for a j
year, and as you present your claim In i
so modest Jt tuatiiicr. take It." j
Then the big mountaineer hurried to'
bis favorite messmate, and while the I
fowl was being prepared the two sharp- i
cned their appetites by hilarity over the j
way In which the chaplain had been
bluffed. The next day the man of gen- I
tie manners and tone rode up beside
the bluffer as he marched in the ranks,
nsked how ho had enjoyed the goose
and put some other social questions to
which the mountaineer returned pert
all fursgl'iK. The neri morning aftet
thy camped near berryvllle the gen
eral rede through the battery, and by
the tent of the captain discovered the
quarters of a fine young beef. Aber
ciomble's face was black as he shouted
to Sergt. Davis:
"Where the'derll did you get that
beef? 1 gave Che commissary no orders
to Issue fresh beef here."
I'avls removed his bat and saluted,
looking like truth embodied In the flesh
us he related how the night before he
had heard a great commotion In the
camp of the Twelfth Massachusetts,
how he had seen a steer coming thence,
pursued by luO men, how the frighten
ed brute cleared the stone wall and a
30-foot road In a single leap, how Its
head struck a tree and how, In fts terri
fied state, it dropped Its quarters while
Its head, horns, hide and legs kept right
on running. It was very tender beef,
and would the general enjoy a ffne sir
loin roast for his dinner?
"How long have you served, young
man?" with an Irrepressible twitching
about the mouth.
"Pl.t months, general."
"Well, sir, yon have become a vet
eran in half a year. I know It by the
truth with which yon make a report to
a superior officer. If you were a green
soldier I would order you under arrest.
As It Is I shall recommend you for pro
motion," and when his horse sprang
away in response to the spurs the stern
disciplinarian was shaking with laugh
ter. At Annapolis Junction one of the
soldiers on guard at some distance
from the main body shot a pig. While
the game was being eaten his transgres
sion was discovered and the offender
halted before some of the officers. He
frankly admitted that he had bagged
the pork, but solemnly asserted that It
was In obedience to orders.
"What do you mean?" demanded the
"I ordered that pig to halt, sir, but he
kept right on. I gave him another
chnnce by commanding him to advance
and give the countersign, but he disre
garded this, and then I realized that I
must shoot." The dignity of the court
could not be maintained, and the soldier
paid the penalty by hunting up the
owner and paying him for the pig.
At Falmouth, before the battle of
Fredericksburg, Gen. Burnslde ordered
several hundred barrels of commissary
whisky sent down from Washington to
Aqula creek. A lieutenant of the
Twenty-ninth New York, who was act
ing as brigadier commissary in Getty's
division, gent frequently to the creek
for a supply of the wet goods, but
every barrel shipped was In some way
appropriated by foragers. In this
emergency he went personally to the
creek, secured a barrel of the article,
had It stood on end In a car, took his
sent on the head and vowed that he
would land it safely at Falmouth. Ar
riving there he sprang triumphantly
to the floor and gave the barrel a vigor
ous pull, only to land hard against the
side of the car. While the train had
stopped at Potomac creek some one bat)
bored through from below and drained
Fitremes are dangerous. One c'ft'S of
farn;er do not f ed enough for profit,
f-epeciaily after grass m none, "hi e the
Other claH be'ievrs in the theor of "the
mo e feed the more product." Both aie
wrong. An aniuial may consume more
food tliati it can digest, making ibe pro
duct expensive. Fe ding depend upon
variety. Too onn b corn or ground grain
! in 'he summer season will cause bowel
'difficulty, and an excess in winter with
out tbp addition nf bulky uiat rial gives
no eorre-pitiding be-efif, as it is v ade I.
Give the aiiiumls a sufficiency, but not
exclusively oi one kiml ot food.
Wheat 4it cwn, a i.uslml.
How to srow wheat with big profit at
40 cents and samples of Kaiser's Ked Crow
(80 Bushels per acre) Winter Wheat, Kye.
Oats, Clover, etc., with Fnrm Seed Cata
logue for 4 cents postage. JOHN A. SAL
ZKIt SKEI) CO.. La Crosse. Wis. CNl
Rumor says that white skirts will soon
3U-1 the silk ones fiotn favor.
Aim Um Lata.
"Hold on 1" cried tbe proud
father, as tie rushed down too ')
-Hold oh I Before the baby U darkV
tened I want to change hii name "
"Why," the good man aaked, aalel
was about to sprinkle the child'" head
"Ge rge Dewey Wellwood it a good
name, isn't it? Why should there be
'-I want to add a little to it. Make II
George Dewey Hob-ion Wellwood, end
let the ce emony proceed."
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bocgfet
J 'wjicooitc' SiTT'L,
MCM WILL OOl kJ'Jt
FREE for a few months to all oeera of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron
Brand). To induce you to try this brand of
starch, so that you may find out for youraelf
that all claims for its superiority and econ
omy are true, the makers have had prepared,
at great expense, a aeries of four
Standing In the yard of a dealer Id
econd-hand building materials Is a big
filtering apparttis of wrought iron,
looking like a steam boiler standing on
end. Ncit to It Is an upright show
case so big that it was more convenient
to build f hfiier around It In the yard
than to take It Indoors. Near by is a
great wrought-lron gate, from a pier
nhed that was torn down on the North.
iver front. These arc Bitniph of the , "That my goose.
wonderful variety of the dealer s stock.
Konielio.'l- h'nrting a hotel In the coun
try will come along sot,;c day and want
the filtur. The giant i:ow ense is cer-.
tnin to find a hi;;,er sootier or inter, and
the great iron gatt is a mre srtle. Some-1
Iwdy will buy that for the driveway of,
a country residence, i r.ore is a ante tor
everything ti;it the .lenh-r G' -tsSc-cond-
hand pulpits and pews are bought by.
new churches that are pno t.cing econ-
omy in Biting up. arm men? mc i. nit-1
totuers for the hot air registers, sKy-.
Hub's, water meters. Iron p!ps, bath
tubs, and the thousand ud one other)
articles that the dealer get besides the
actual building material that form thS
Kt a pie of the stock.
For some things there is a sale at
pricea rjul to ' perhaps greater than
their original eot.t; these are usually ;
flue, old fashioned Interior house fit-'
tings. A dealer haa set up In hU own
offlce a aimple mantel of black Irish
ti't.t he in Ik! iikcn for
.hour for this mantel more than on. answers. As the "chaplain ' was about
offer exceeding- It original cost ha ; to ride n way ho straightened up i on his
l"Z ...,.. r rmdr buvers fot magnificent, horse, the quizzical look on
uwjwru uiauvi - ------
lis and Droportl
heavy hlnjfea, od tor other Interior fit
tin- of like diameter. N. Y. Sun.
ftbake Into Tour Shoes
... -. . i . I thm
Allan s r-001-n.nse, I ,., rtoe?"
i , nnlnfu . swollen, smart of the goose?
Inn feet and Instantly takes the stlng
out of corns and bunions. It's the great
est comfort discovery of the sge. Al
len's Foot-Ease make tlght-nttlng of
new shoe feel easy. It Is a certain
cure for sweating, callous und hot,
. fm,t Tro It tn
daT oM by a I drugg sts and shoe ' battle, of Ulm.lH.lppl and was deeply
&,Bi iD"nfwcl!irtn.,rTlil chagrined In falling back to And that
Diiclisge KUEK. Address Alleu 8. Olm , its flag remained In the hands of the
,ted l.Uoy, NJf. enemy. Suddenly a tall private sprang
Small checked ghwlums in all color, from the ranks, rushed through the
oul . ..i. .i. i,.Kir,Klo. 1 i,,,nt niveot annce to the advancing
ar- nnmng i" ' I " T. .' . -1........7.
CiearrU a oniu niui iu i-iuiim;u
An Honor Medal.
"The Secretary of War granted
medal of I'onor some time ago to
Federal soldier on the affidavit of
old maboganv doors of geuerout. ! his face quickened Into a command and
and proportions, hung on olld ' he said: "I hope, my friend, you are as
goon a tighter as you are a toruger.
"Uood heavens!" gnsped the com
rade wb? had helped devour the plun
der, "I that the man you bluffed out
Confederate," said Charles I. Evans, et
Texas, "and it is probably the first in
stance on record of this kind. The Fed
eral soldier who received the medal
was Thomas I- IPggliw. now of Hanni
bal, Mo. During the war he was the
color-bearer of Hie Ninety-ninth Illi
nois Uei;!iiieut. and was bidding It hat
pes'.! ton at the siege of Vlcksburg. Ir
an tusatilt. on Hie 22d of May, ISi;.'!, the
N'lni'iy-tiinth Illinois was ordered to
ch.ii-ge and no! to iook bark. I was a
nti tuber of the Second Texas Ilegl
imnt. ami we confronted the charging
1 1 1 i ; if i '...t ii m. We repulsed the Illinois
re.ui'-nt a short distance from Ilia
brea.si tvor!;. and sent ii back in confu
sion. iIi;.'L:is, howi-vr. was literally
ob -ying in .i- . -. lie never looked back.
He never noticed the retreat gf his reg
iment, but. came boiiiiduig forward, hit
colors Hying as prettily as a soldier ever
saw. Whin within forty yards of our
works word was passed along the line
not to shoot the brave soldier ,and all
firing ceased. When Iliggins saw his
predicament he started to retreat with
his colors, but we told him to come on
or we would have to shoot him. Sev
eral men ran out and brought him with
in the breastworks. We kept him sev
eral days, during which time we learn
ed to like and admire him. He was
then paroled. I was one of the men who
witnessed his heroic deed, and made an
aflldavlt to that effect. Several of my
companions who remembered Hlgglns
and his charge also made affidavits.
On these the Secretary of War granted
a medal. Iliggins could have been
vouched for by members of his own
regiment, but the novelty of the recom
mendation by his former foes led to
that course." Washington Star.
exact reproduction of the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given
yon 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 auch valuable present to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in
the manner specified. . The subjects are:
American Wild Duck. American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
Toe birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for as 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
Bow To Get Them:
All pot-chase of thre 10 eent or
aiz Scent packages of Elastic Starch
(Flat Iron Brand), are entitled to re
Cfllvo from thci r grocer one of these
beautiful Game Plaque free. Tba
cluguer will Dot be -sent by mail.
They can be obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch.
Do not delay. This offor
U for a short time only.
a i.fc fS) Mfk ala J
"Yep, Turty durneu goou-iooKin par
son, hnlu't her'
"Parson be d d. That's Gen. Lee,
An Indiana regiment was fiercely at
tacked by a whole brigade In one of the
0 Big 0J fr iwt
Y !. alir.ii
fmimlmm. m4 sot aalcta
OS, feat ar abris.
ataaat la atola wraei
A better Hcale for
lr money than baa
tt b"n oBr.
Jotl-l O I
Hlnahaaitua, H. I.
let Tear Feasts
Vriw Oast, mim t rAmaelaaiaa. C
,. tin aiAAai vnntt neb
re. n. v. rw. --- - tao
yjHKH WmiTIWO TO iP'"tM. 1
rifle, snatched the colors and returned
In r-vfety to his regiment. lie whs at
once surrounded by Jubilant comrades
and bis captain made him a sergeant
on tbe spot. But the big Iloosler cut
everything short by saying: "Never
mttid, cap. It ain't worth no fireworks.
I dropped my whisky flask over there
and while I was foraging for It I
thought I might Jest aa well bring the
flag back with me."
In the advance apoa Winchester In
Gen. Abercromble, commanding
first brigade, having Cochran's fa-
most battery with It, atrletlv forbad
V? Evervbodv surrenders to Battle Ax.
fy ' There is no greater hardship than to be de
prived of your
ft of iivnix ax hvt An
The One rhlnetnnn in the Union Army
The etillMtmcut of a Chlnnnian In the
volunteer army In California recently
recslls the fact that there was but on
Celestial In the war of the rebellion.
Ills Chinese nanie is unknown, but
the name under which he enlisted was
Tlminns Sylvanus. He was born In
Italtltnoro about eighteen years before
the outbreak of the war. When only a
child he wan tsken to Pittsburg, wher
he acted ns a servant for a wealthy
family In that city. When the war
broke out Thoiuns ran away and en
listed lu the army. Me served Unci
8am until the clobe of lh war, shortly
after which he turned up tn Indiana,
ra., where he resided until his death,
whl;h occurred a few year ace,
A hundred nnd twelro yar age
FYs ice established a royal dlnance
reflating the form of pocket handker
chlt's In these words: "The length of
the handkerchief ninde In this realm
must equal their width." Fashion,
whl:h ordinarily spares nothing, haa rs
spetted this regulation end handker
chiefs are always so,vare
and any one who has once chewed Battle Ax
will give up most any thing; to get it. 10c. buys
a larger piece of Battle Ax than of any other
kind of high grade quality.
Remember the name
when you buy again.
nHe that "Works Easily" WorTsSuc-'
cessfully." Tis Very Easy to
Clean House With
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