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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1898)
A system of school cavings l.nn'ts
Imported from Europe in 1885, is now
In operation in eleven siates. Ab u:
twenty-eight thousand pupils are de
positors, with $140,000 to their credit.
I)r. Flfleld, an authority on the sub
ject, says that the prlnne object of
the school savings hank system is not
so much t.ie saving of money, as the
Inculcation of the principles of thrift,
honesty and self responsibility.
A pauper may not. because of his
Insanity, he entitled to extravangant
fare or gorgeous surrounding.
Thi* Cuhiin Scarf*.
Although the diplomatic entanglement
wlthHpaln over Cuba Utn some extent In
fluencing the stock market. Wall street ex
perts no MfrioiiM complication*. Never! he
irs* serious complication withfit her maladlc*
may tie expected to follow an attack of hll
IfMiMiehH w hich I* not checked at t ho outMet.
The Mff*t elTeettial means to till* end 1* llos
tpttara'a Ktotnach Bitter*. an admirable rem
edy. moreover. for dyspepsia. malaria. Kid
ney trouble.constipatiou and ncrvoukiUM.
Darn ing enme first of all the public
arts. It antedates music, singing and
Vlcunty, Utility and %»lua
Arc happily combined in Hood'* Karsnpn
rilla (talipot) Calendar for 1*9*. The lovely
child * head in an embossed gold frame,
surrounded by spray*of flower* in mosaic,
the harmonious pad in blue with clear fig
ure*. and the Coupon* by mean* of which
ninny valuable book* and other article*
may be obtained, make up the most de
sirable Calender we have ever seen. The
first coupon article I* Hood * Practical
Cook's Hook n handsome, useful volume
of fifidpuge*. A*k your druggist for Hood's
Coupon Calendar, or send ft cent* in stamp*
for one to C J. Hood ti Co., Lowell. Mas*.
“Ho you clubbed together and got
your Janitor a Christmas present, eh?
What was it? “A beautiful frame,
with the motto inside, ‘f^et the Lower j
Lights be Hurnlng'. “—Chicago News. |
Educate Your Itawciw With Casenret ft.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c,»£><; If C.C.C. fall, druggist* refund money.
Every citizen of this country has
■ the right to get to the sea of his prod-1
FREE FARM OF 160 ACRES.
Would Yon I.lbe to lie dbiolnta Owner
of Your Own Farm?
WOULD you like a farm that pro
duces upon an average of 30 bushels of
wheat per acre?
WOULD you like a farm that grows
from 60 to 90 bushels of oats per acre?
WOULD you like a fnrm 'hat grows
from 40 to 60 bushels of barley per
WOULD you like a farm that grows
more bushels of potatoes per acre than
any farm In Michigan?
WOULD you like a farm that, pro
duces all kinds of roots and vegetables
WOULD you like a farm that pro
duces the heaviest and fattest beef cut
tie that goes to the English market?
WOULD you like a farm that pro
duces butter and cheese equal to the
WOULD you like to own a farm In
a country where cattle are never
stabled winter or summer?
WOULD you like to live In a country
where taxes are very low, the principal
taxation being for schools, and the
government pays 75 per cent of that?
WOULD you like to live in a country
where every person Is happy and con
tented, excepting the doctors and un
WOULD you like to he where each
of your sons can get 160 acres free,
when they reach 18 years of age?
If so, consult the advertisement of
the Canadian, government free lands,
It. rains on an average 308 days in
the year in Ireland, about 150 In Eng
land, at Kczan about ... days and In
Siberia only 60 days.
An inspiration that produces no re
sult, is no better than agreeable rec
To Core Constipation Forever.
Take < 'as.-arcts Candy Cat hart ic. 10e or 2-V*.
If I '.< C. full to cure, druggist* refund money.
If the pockets are deep enough a
boy’s first pair of trousers always fit.
is like a plant. What makes the plant fade and wither? 55
Usually lack of necessary nourishment. The reason why I)r. C2
Ayer’s Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal £3
color, stops hair from falling, and makes it grow, is because 55
it supplies the nourishment the hair needs. 55
"When a girl at school, In Reading, Ohio, I had a severo 55
attack of brain fever. On my recovery. I found myself 55
perfectly bald and, for a long time. I feared 1 should ba 55
permanently no. Friends urged mo to use Or. Ayer's Hair 55
Vigor, and. on doing no, my hair immediately began to grow, 55
ar.d I now have an heavy and fine a head of hair ai one could 55
with for, being changed, however, from blonde to dark 55 I
brown.” Mis. J. H. HoKSNYDE;:, ICS Pacific Ave., Santa 55
55 Cruz, Cal. ^ j
|j Vigor's Jiair Vigor. §
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/5y Htlvr'i Seeds are Warrnntid to I'rodnrf. Vpffl.
air T. »••«•». UlUTiillla. Pa.. ««»0l-l.e4 «ko*«JI4 W
be er,.wl.i*'id bo-b. lc bolin * ‘■orb. J. HteiJiT, I
Mli.rieou. Ml".. H> Ou.b. baric? ■ ood P. Wunot. V|
luadalia. >•• ««»<•* ll» bach. Salerr a «•» JB
H ,rn re. If you 4 mbt, write them. \l e wish to gain N
IBB ljj.000 new cuit<*int*r»i hence will wed on trial E9
18 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR ICO. M
■ II pkr« of rare farm •ec«'.», Hog Pcr\ Hand 'etch, b£a
B -4<v. Wheat. isii« -p IU|*\ .lerus ilcui Com. tt9..iyUg
Wgk eluding our main ninth seed 1 ala log oe, tell lag n.. i
Wit u.xint the |«y» I-O'd Kite* f r .wit r.■»’>•'• f‘»r our
W#JE w niarvi lous -urn and tnli, ' l ro-atglf",
RuA a!*o *a tuple of •am**, ail mailed J' u u|»oa iMbJr
wk rcc.i(.t Of blit »0c. po.tf.ge. |M«laty«lir
w»rtb fJO. to get a *lari IOO.OOO hbl». jQ^W
Seed t’otatora at 11 5*J a bbl.
j,kg-«. ear lie* t ^t-tstfiahle^^agyr
send » h IH^Ly*fefc<awg|ey^ng^^3y^^tlunt. 50.
adv. uluug. No. aa'.c.
■ EWwdwIiwoouble quick
Writ* CAPT. O'PAItRELL, Penalon Agent,
1425 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D.C.
PENSIONS, PATENTS. CLAIMS.
JOHN W MORRIS,WASHIN6T0H.D a
Late Principal Eaanuner U 8. Petition Bureau.
&/;<«. lu 'oat war* 14 adjju*caUng dauu», ait. tiuca
W m |»k. TAKT Itit<>H., 4 KluiHI., HwiiMtrr. S. Y
nnorilip Tha baat Kid Rope Roofing fryp
Hill Ir IllM 1'' • **r aq It., oupa and Data In
llwwl 111 VI ti ,f a* i u.ih** r*.r »*.H*t*r
r Bamplaefraa. thel'At ii'iu » uuomh. io.,t •■.dc.o l.
full Ittnatratml ik«rrl|4tva iinml*
irratlt-n iilert' ilU iwamtaif*
at Alt paly* Jl» 8».i« . TaMa*aeam»
’Lzy:'~lVX' Thorapscn’c Efo Water.
l.'hco Aask«ri*i| Ad\erti»ei«rat* kiaitly
Mention lbi» I'apcr.
The first of yesterday may he 1 re
second today and out of the race to
It Keeps the Feet Hry and Warm
And Is the only cure for Chilblains.
Frostbites, Damp, Sweating Feel;
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken
Into the shoes. At all Druggists and
Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE.
Address,Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy.N.Y.
The character of the citizen Is
largerly formed in his childhood.
Mr*. XVInrAovr's troothinr; Syrup
ForrfcfMrou teethtr.i'.aofNMiii the (ruin*.reduce* inflatn*
UiUtlon.all*,)'* paln.cure* wind colic. t!f» cent* u buttia.
No man can be a fair judge who
does not understand both sides.
Two bottles of l’lso's Cure for Consump
tion i ured me of a bad 1 tin< trouble.—Mrs.
J. Niibols, 1’rinceton. Ind. March a#, 1895.
If a man never takes the first drink
he will never die a drunkard.
Coe't < ou(li IliiUnm
In the nlili**t and !>**l It will ••teak up a roM ouicker
than mm> ciiinw* el*e. It I* always reliable. Try 1C
A law that is not uniformly applied
is uot just.
No-To-liar for Fifty Cent*.
(iuiirantecd tobacco hiihli cure, makes weak
men strong, blood purs- Ate,ft. Alt druggist*.
The broadest and most liberal pol
icy is the best.
Star Tobacco la the leading brand of
the world, Is-rause il is the limit.
If a man can't sing and will sing be
should be sent to Hlng Sing.
C CURES RHEUMATISM
AND MANY OTHER DISEASES.
If You or Prtomt* Aro Suffering All Con bo Curo«l.
Th« follooins lottor lo o oomplo of mony rocolvodi
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A Rrfedlnj Male.
“Thus far and no farther.” was Na
ture's edict when she permitted the
apparent inconsistent creation of the
mule, by crossing the jack upon the
mare, and to all Intents and purposes
the end Is reached by the one croas,
mare mules, as a rule, not possessing
the power to reproduce their kind,
though coming in heat, periodically, as
other mares do, says Indiana Farmer.
There are, however, Isolated cases oo
record of a mule conceiving to the ser
vice of a stallion and producing a foal,
though It is not shown that the foal
ever lived beyond a period of a few
months. One case of the kind is related
that occurred in Virginia over fifty
years ago was not suspected until the
arrival of the foal; the dam having
been constantly at work until thf
strange event took place. It Is oald
that she showed a little or no udder
development, but milk secretion was
evidently In a natural condition for the
foal which arrived in a skinny and del
icate shape soon began to pick up and
thrive, but at five months of age it
sickened and died. The following year,
the same mule produced another foal,
having been served by n young stallion
running In the pasture with her; this
foal, as with the other, partook more
of the characteristics of the horse thar.
of those of the dam, and was a strong,
healthy fellow until he had reached
about a year old, then he died, despite
the care and skill that were used to
save his life. The mothei of these
colts was a mule In every sense of the
word and without the shadow of a
doubt and the experience Is a very re
markable one. There are probably
other such cases, but in them all they
seem to have come into the world as
monstrous and unwelcome exception?
to Nature’s decree, soon to perish and
pass out of existence. It is well that
It. Is so; the mule is a serviceable, use
ful servant to man’s requirements, but
when It comes to a further perpetuation
of the species, no improvement, gain
or good can result therefrom and any
attempt in that direction can result In
nothing but infinite disorder and coil
Mil* Btorlc FimmUt* and Ilrcfldom.
I take this opportunity of advising
all interested of the railing of the
American Livestock Feeders’ and
Breeders' convention at the state capl
tol rooms, St. Paul. January 11 and 12
next. Its objects will be, first, to dis
cuss the breeding of the best types
of live stock to meet the demands of
the market;second, kinds of food and
manner of feeding to produce an ani
mal that will bring the top market
price; third, marketing live stock. Dur
ing the past several years the live stock
interest has increased very rapidly in
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and over the
Northwest generally; and there are
hundreds, even thousands, of new be
ginners in this business, who are
steadily increasing their herds. The
meeting, however, will be national in
its scope, and is intended to represent
the live stock interests for discussion
of the important points above men
tioned, botli of the United States and
Canada. Its object is to bring together
beginners in stock raising, and exper
ienced breeders and feeders, in order
that there may be a mutual exchange
of views and methods in the manner
of feeding and breeding live stock. Low
railway rates, both cast and wc3t of
St. Paul, are expected, and eminent ex
perts In breeding and feeding have al
ready signified their intention of be
ing present, from Pittsburg on the
East, to the Pacific ocean on the West.
The various live stock organizations J
throughout the United States and Can
ada are invited to appoint delegates to
be in attendance to represent their or
ganizations, and in addition, all persons
interested in the breeding and feeding
of live stock will be accepted as dele
gates, by reporting their names and
addresses to the secretary upon the
day of their arrival at St. Paul. The I
council of arrangements extends to ]
your paper a most cordial invitation to
l)e represented at the convention. The 1
ripe experience of your editorial staff j
cannot but he highly beneficial in the
deliberations of the meeting.
David H. McUInnls,
Feed and Fat.—In each section ol
Panada government experiment farms
have been established as centers ot
education and object lessons to the cur
ebunding farmers. Here tests are made
under tho best scientific conditions, and
the results applied for the betterment
of the methods of the average farmer.
Thus at one of the government farms
we find 20,000 distinct samples of milk j
tested to establish one far. namely,
that when a row has reached her max
Imum percentage of solids In the milk I
she produces, on Increase of richness;
In tho ration she Is fed on dues not j
yield an Increase In the richness of her
milk, but only an Increase In the total
tnanttty of tullk she produces.—Lon j
Fattening llogs V hog fatten* more
gutckly by twins fed uu more at any
lime than It will cat It shuuld al
says dean up atl In the trough. When
It ha* fed. clean the trough out nnd 4<>
sot (red again util the animal »h>w*
plainly that It ut hungry. If overfed so
that It fce<u Indifferently It Will lose j
leas weight to permit It to go without
lood a day than H would by continuing
io teed bet and Its appetite. 1'rubably
so o*hwr animat I* so aenatUrs to in
lury fn.m overfeeding ns the hog hi n
Weedt have grown ue|| nil through
I he drouth, and thin in dun in the fact
ibat must w««ds sr>* adapted in the
■round In whteh they have untamed
I foot It* 14, and also to tho further fast
that many tatietbm are provided with
y»*e»rf«*i roots that t*u*b far d»wa tn
a the auti.
K«wp nn sevonnt «f tho profit* and '
••**** m fo«* poultry yard, by heaMfifi i
ys neewunt of the number of e«an Mid
ptnitry aohf and hws by ft tense.
| CAINED FORTY-EIGHT POUNDS
*T had a strong apnptite for liipior which
1 was the beginning of the breaking down of
i ray health i was also a slave to tea nnd
coffee drinking. 1 took the gold cure but
it did not help me."
This is a portion of an interview dipped
from the bailu Hrmbl, of tjiuton, Iowa.
It might w’i 11 l>e taken for the subject of a
temperance lecture but that is not our ob
ject in publishing it. It is to show how a
system, run down by drink anil disease,
may be restored. \Ve cannot do better
than ipiote further from the same:
“For years I was
unable to do my
work I could not
sleep nights or rest
days on account of
continuous pains in
my stomach and
back. 1 was unable
to digest my foot!.
II end itch os and
were frispient, and
my heart's action
I left my farm and
retired to city life,
for I w as u confirm
ed invalid, nnd thn
doctor said 1 would
never be well ngain.
"boon after 1 Imp
pened to use four
boxes of Dr. Wil
liams’ Pink Pills for
Pnlo People nnd
since then have been free from all pain,
headache and dyspepsia, i cut heartily
and have no appetite for strong drink
, nr tea or coffee, and feel twenty years
"Mu Mviyhf h<l* inerrannl 4H pounds. 1
cannot say too much for Dr Williams’ Pink
Pills and claim that they have cured me.
John II. Cook."
Subscribed nnd sworn to before mu this
sixteenth day of February , 1SU7.
A. P. Hahkeii, .\i>laru Public.
T o people run down in health from what
ever cause—drink or disease—the above In
terview will lie of interest. The truth of it
is undoubted n. the statement is sworn to,
nnd we reproduce tlio oath here. For any
further tacts concerning this medicine
write to Dr. Williams' Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N. Y.
The nuino and address of the subject of
above interview is John I). Cook, of klrt
.‘■'until etli Street, I,you, lovvu.
“Why do you think llingie would
make a good alderman. He'd as deaf
as u post.” That’s the very reason he
would he a safe man. Your briber
never puts a proposition In black and
no Boil mill »' xo IKIIIf
Shake Into your Shoes Allen’s Eoot
Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cuie*
Corns. Bunions, Chilblains and Sweat
ing Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress, Allen 8. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y.
Oysters grow on trees In Cape Brrn
ton, Nova Scotia. It . not unusual for
a tre branch whi>-h dips into the
lake to have oyster spat deposited upon
it, and in time the branch b c .mes
c vered with fat r -sters.
The United States
patent office laut
week Issued d 88
the curious of these
were Included a
ttar n single wheel
ana known as a
unicycle, the patent
being issued to an Iowa inventor.
While another Iowa inventor re
ceived a patent for a centrifugal cream
separator. It remained for a Utica,
N. Y„ inventor to provide a runn'tig
gear for a baby carriage, by which
the forward wheels can be dropped
downward so that the carriage body
may be held horizontal while t.ie
baby carriage is being wheeled up
and down stairs. Most people have
realized the dangers attending convey
ing a child in a baby buggy up or
down flight* of stairs, which Is en
tirely overcome by the new invention.
Above we show a simple movement
by means of which the wheel A re
volves the larger wheel D in opposite
directions. inventors desiring free
Information may obtain the same in
addressing Sues & Co., registered pat
ent agents, Omahv Nc'j.
About the worse piece of luck that
can happen to a busy man is to make
a favorable Impression upon a bore.—
Iona I’Htcnt Office Report.
HES MOINES. Jan. o.—W. T. M.
asks: If a person should use a ratche;
In an Improved window shade roller,
similar to Hartshorn's, would it be an
Infringement? Is not the principle or
such a ratchet too common to patent?
Without searching the records to
se? Hartshorn's claims, I will en
deavor to answer your question and
make tire matter plain to you.
Suppose Hartshorn's claim is for the
combination of a ratchet, a pawl or
deti nt, a spring and a roller for oper
ating a curtain, all the parts may te
common but the combination thereof
new and patentable. To improve any
one part or element in that combina
tion, or to add another part thereto, to
gain a new or Improved result thereby,
would lie patentable, but not clear of
the prior broad combina ion claim
and an infringement, if usel without
license. Hut if one of the four t arts
of the original combination claim It
left out, then the tontlnatluu is
broken, and it wold rot l>e an In
fringement of the claim that had four
parts In It.
Valuable Information about obtain
ing, valuing and selling patents a i.t
frv# Ui iiviv idilrfix
THOM AH U. A J. ttAM*ll OltWIO.
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The next chapter of Charlei A.
| Dana's ''Reminiscences of Men and
! Events of the Civil War." now pub
lishing In McClure’s Magazine, wi.l
give Mr. Dana’s experiences an i ob
servations in daily life with Grant a:
the seige and fall of Vicksburg. It
will contain more of the unpublished
correspondence between himse'f and
Mr. Stanton, and afford new light gen
erally on people and Incidents.
A N OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS,
We nrr asserting In the marts our right to the
exclusive use of the word UAHTOHI A, ' anil
"P1T( HKK’SCASTOKIA. 'us our Trade Mark.
I, Dr. Sutnuel Pitcher, of llyannls. Massachu
setts. was the originator of ''PITCHER'S! CAS
T< )R IAthe same that has home and does now
bear the fac-slmlle signature of ('HAS H.
EI.KTCHER on every wrapper. This Is the
original "PITCHER'S ('ASTORIA" which has
been used In the homes of the mothers of
America for over thirty years. Look rarrfully
at the wrapper and see that it Is 'the kind you
have always bought.'' and h-s the signature of
(.'HAS H. FLETCHER on the Wrapper. No
one has authority from me to use my name
except TheCenluur Company of which Chaw
H Fletcher Is President.
March H, 1897. SAMUEL PITCHER. M. D.
To get comfortably fitting shoes, buy
them In the afternoon, when the exer
cise of the day has spread the feet
to their largest extent.
WONDERS NEVER (l:A*U.
Salter's great catalogue paints four
vegetable wonders, a Pig, a Peach and
a Strawberry Tomato, also an Orange
Vine; genuine, splendid novelties. Ills
Golden Rind Watermelon created a
tremendous sensation In 1897 and took
1,000 first prizes, selling at $1.00 apiece.
Ills Lightning Cabbage Is 18 days
ahead of other seedsmen’s earliest,
while Ills Early Peas, Radishes, To
matoes, Melons, Ilccts, etc., ripen
weeks before their relatives.
If You Will Nciid IIiIm Notice anil S5 eta*
to John A. Salzer Heed Co., La Crosse,
Wli'., you will get free their big cata
logue (tells all about gardening) and
abovo four vegetable wonders. w.n.c.
The servants of the public s ould
not be Inferior to the servants of In
Meanly I* MMmmI Deep.
Clean blond mentis uclean skin Nolieailty
wli limit II I 'awards. < 'aiidy < ui burl lc cleiins
your bbsul and keeps II clean, by stirring lib
tbu lazy liver and driving all I in purl tie- from
tile Isirly. Begin to-duy to bullish pimples.
Istlls, blotches, blackhead*, and llml slelcly
bilious complexion by taking < ascarets. ■
beauty for ten cents. All druggists,satisfac
tion guaranteed, 10c. S5c. fiOc.
If some men had to eat their own
words they would soon die of indiges
Bmoke Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for Sets.
There were fewer railroads bank
ruptcies in 1897 titan for ten years.
"How (to you tell the age of a tur
key?" "By the teeth." "A turkey
hasn’t teeth." "No; but I have.”—Tit
Don't Tobacco Spit and S.noke Your Life
To (jiilt tobucro l azily anil forever, be mag
netic. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac. the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists. .'■**•. nr •!. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet und sample free. Address
Sterling Uemcdy Co.. Chicago or Now York.
Typewriters were invented twenty
five yenr* aRO, but In 1714 a patent
was obtained for a machine that
"would write »rlnt character*."
TO CLUE A COM* IN ONE IIAT.
Take Intuitive Ifromo Quinine Tahit i., All
Imuif Ixtx return, the money if u fallx tovure. Jec
The public Ret* le** for It* money
than Indivlduala Ret for their*.
Go to your grocer to-day
and get a 15c. package of
lr* It takes the place of cof
fee at | the cost.
*>**> Made from pure grains it
SjjB, is nourishing and health
JWlAi fnskttb&t jrmir«rnc«r gifftft you OUAINO.
Accept no iiuiUtti'-n. - —“—
f l.ar-/«-«t Hrnl I’OTifO grnnrr* In U.-lrj. I In* I
t “Mural *rw-Wrlh-r** gl«t* * u I / •-»* - Parllral .» • • -1 4
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hull Coining to
tli«*I ronI.' hut v
hurpfciii* in nitm.
H»y. Fruit oud Mo. k l ».»*»»-- l»<» iraMr VlnUijf
property. Flirt }lortfr*tf»*ft nHiing 7 Mi’ cent. J or
Infoi in n loll addict M M. It. KAUORNT.
I ..1 timmlr, Oregon.
Y qiili-k Mdl*d »* * oral
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treat lit i lit. l<rvvt Ur. M.ll.taUkkVMttO**. iditiiti*.Oa.
AIITUHDO W«* want your MtorlfM. poi rrmaiul
AUlnUnO book mss beat price-i' irii*JoM»
utauip- AuthorHuiul Writer* Unfon.Ctik'ago.ill.
W. N. U. OMAHA. NO. 4 18V8.
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