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Loup City Northwestern
J. W BURLEIGH, Publisher.
LOUP CITY, - - NEBRASKA.
At Rome twine were recently born
to a couple, both of whom are over 70.
By-products of oil refineries are ex
pected to make excellent fuel for
An engineer, fireman and brakeman
were killed in a collision between
Canadian Pacific and Boston & Maine
freight trains near Lennoxville.
Illinois rural carriers send many
letters to Senator Cullom seeking in
creases in pay and protesting against
their agency rights being taken away
Assaults of citizens and intimida
tion of voters at the democratic prh
maries at St. Louis are being made
subjects of an investigation by the
Bulgaria and Turkey have entered
into an agreement by the which the
porte promises an extension of re
forms, which virtually means peace
for the Balkan states.
The new grand jury, whirh has
been holding sessions at Milwaukee
for six weeks past investigating city
and county alleged irregularities, re
turned a number of indictments.
The transport Sheridan sailed from i
Manila for San Francisco with 590
enlisted men of tlie^ Eleventh cavalry
and a battalion of Philippine scouts,
bound for the St. Louis exposition.
The report from New Chwang that
four Russian steamers have been j
sunk at the entrance to Port Arthur j
after the removal of the battleship j
Ketvlzan, is authoritatively denied.
Rear Admiral Walker told the
house committee on interstate and
foreign commerce that he expects j
work will lie commenced on the Pan- J
ama canal within two or three [
E. B. Critchlow. formerly assistant
United States attorney for Utah, tes- j
titled that the Mormon church uses j
ostracism to enforce absolute obe i
•iience in all things, business and po- !
An autograph letter from Thomas
Jefferson, written 100 years ago to the
Indians of the Louisiana Purchase !
has recently been unearthed from the
archives of the Sac and Fox Indians |
Prof. Frank Thilly, Ph. D., of the
University of Missouri, has been
elected Stuart professor of psychol
ogy at the meeting of the trustees of
Princeton university, in place of Prof.
J. Mark Baldwin.
A London paper says that In the
matter of clothes the House of Com
mons Is the most correct assembly
of legislators In the world, and the
American House of Representatives
the most astonishing.
Captain Robert. Smith, widely
known as commander of the whale
bark passenger steamer Christopher
Columbus, is dead as the Chicago hos
pital as the result of an operation
for the removal of an exophthalmic
The executive committee ,of the
woman's republican state central
committee has called a state conven
tion of republican women to be held
at Springfield, 111., May 11, the day
preceding the republican state con
First Lieutenant Arthur G. Harpley I
of the Twelfth cavalry, having been I
tried by a general court-martial at I
Manila and found guilty of serious
charges affecting his moral character,
has been sentenced to dismissal from
The German branch of the Evan
gelistlcal alliance protests against the
readmisslon of the Jesuits to Ger- j
many. The alliance points out that
Protestant bodies all over Germany
have passed sctrong resolutions
against the step.
Prof. Oscar Lovel) Triggs, whose
radical ideas are said to have cost
him his position at the university of
Chicago, took a parting shot in the
March number of the Ph'listine. The
tendency of the modern college is
Herman Remert, farmer, living near
Heizer, Kas., while temporarily in
sane, killed bis wife and then him
self. While Mrs. Remert was pre
paring a meal, Remert stepped up to
her without warning and fired a bul
let into her temple.
Invitations have been sent to rifle
men in the United States and various
foreign countries requesting the ap
pointment of teams to participate in
the match for tne Palma trophy,
which represents the military team
championship of the world.
The Maryland house of delegates,
by a party vote oi 64 to 2i has passed
the bill proposing a constitutional
amendment limiting the franchise in
Maryland the purpose of which is to
eliminate the negro vote. The mea
sure has passed the senate and now
goes to Governor Warfield for his
The University of Vienna has been
closed in consequence of threats of
uisturbances among the students. The
German students were much incensed
at the demonstration of the Czechs
against their German comrades at
Prague, Bohemia, and threatened re
Lprien W. Perkins, a machinist
who escaped from t lie insane asylum
at Elgin, 111., and who followed Miss
Auten. daughter of a Chicago capita!
st, across the continent in an effort
to renew his unwelcome attentions to ;
her. has been adjudged insane in the
probate court at Los Angeles.
CONGRESSMAN HEARST WOULD
HAVE IT INVESTIGATED.
RESOLUTIONS FOR COMMITTEE
Evil Effects of the Great Combinations
Recited—Means Already Existing to
Curb Trusts'Ought to Be Rigidly En
WASHINGTON, D. C.—Representa
tive Hearst of New York on Friday in
troduced resolutions providing for an
investigation of the trust question by
a committee of five members of the
bouse. The resolutions contain ten
clauses, reciting the evil effects of
trusts on the country, among them be
ing the following:
"Numerous illegal combinations
known as trusts have been formed to
absorb or eliminate competition and
establish virtual monopolies with a
view to controlling production and
raising the price of their products.
“Such extortionate trusts as tho
beef trust and the coal trust and the
ice trust have arbitrarily increased the
cost of the necessities of life to the
‘■Such specuatlve .trusts as the ship
yards and the steel trust have inflated
their stock to many times its actual
values and sold to the public, transfer
ing the people's money from banks and
legitimate investments into the pock
ets of trust promoters and speculators.
‘‘Industrial unrest has been foment
ed by the increased cost of living and
by the consequent necessary efforts of
labor to make Its wages keep pace
with the increased cost of living.
“Such trusts as the steel trust. In
spite of the increased cost of living,
have ruthlessly cut down the wages of
hundreds of thousands of employes in
order to pay dividends on watered
stock, and other trusts have wholly
collapsed, throwing hundreds of thou
sands of workmen out of exployment.
“The purchasing power of the com
munity has been diminished by the ac
tions of the trusts by unsound methods,
which have misled the people, swin
dled them and robbed them of their
“AH classes of the community are
being made to feel the evil effect of
of the unrestrained greed and lawless
practices of the trusts.”
The committee is directed to inform
the house fully on the trust situation,
to the end that more effective laws
may be prepared and passed by con
gress. regulating and restrictly com
binations. The committee is empow
ered to send for persons and papers.
An additional resolution states that
“It is the sense of this house, and it
does recommend, that the laws al
ready existing against the trusts be
in the meanwhile enforced by the ex
ecutive branch of this government and
the legal representatives thereof.”
The resolutions were referred to the
committee on rules.
IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE.
Information Asked Regarding Recent
WASHINGTON.—The senate adopt
ed the following resolution offered
by Mr. Overman:
"That the secretary of the interior
he and he is hereby directed to inform
"First—Whether an order has re
cently been issued enlarging the pen
sion act of June 27. 1890, and amend
ments. as to disabilities of applicants
for pensions, and if so to send to the
senate a copy of said order.
"Second—By what amount, if any,
will said order increase pensions annu
ally, particularly when the same shall
become fully operative.”
The senate passed the house bill
approving the act of the territorial
legislature of Arizona authorizing a
bond issue of $100,000 for the enlarge
ment of »he insane asylum of the ter
Tiie bill authorizing tlip incorpora
tion of the American academy in
Rome was passed. The senate then
went into executive session and later
adjourned until Monday.
CLERK HIRE IN POSTOFFICES.
Bill Introduced In the House Fixing
WASHINGTON.—Two bills were
introduced by Representative Blrdsall
of Iowa. One authorizes the post
master general to allow to postmas
ters in third-class offices, out. of the
Rurplus revenue of the respective
offices, an amount for clerk hire In
addition to allowance for “separat
ing service.” as follows:
In offices where the salary of the
postmaster is 11,900, $600; where the
salary Is $1,800, $500; where the sal
ary is $1,700, $400; and where the
salary is $1,600, $300.
The other bill authorizes the post- I
master general to designate offices at ;
the intersection of mall routes as;
distributing or separating offices, and I
making reasonable allowances for
clerk hire for this work.
Miner's Vote to Accept Scale.
IN III ANA BORIS, hid.—The tellers
completed canvassing the miners' vote
this afternoon. Total vote east. 165,
887. For accepting the scale, 98,514;
against the scale and in favor of a
strike. 67.973. Majority against a
strike, 31,141. Secretary Wilson of
the l ulled Mi"o Workers aid a meet
ing of tin* joiuj suhscale committee
would in all probability lie called for
Indianapolis next Monday, when the
scale would be signed for two years
and arrangements made to meet in
joint convention two years hence.
DECISION IS SOUND LAW.
Is for the Benefit of All Legitimate
WASHINGTON.—The attorney gen
oral, being asked concerning the mer
ger decision, said:
"My views of the decision cannot j
be better expressed than in the lan- '
gtiage of one of the best known rail
road presidents in the United States j
upon the decision in favor of the 1
government by the court below. He
said: ’The decision is sound law,
good and for the benefit of all legiti
mate interests and for the country’s
welfare, and it voices the judgment
of probably nine-teniiis of the most
conservative business men of the
"As to the bearing upon other rail
roads. I have this to say: The gov
ernment has never claimed that the
law is any broader than its language
“During the trial and argument
the government paid no heed to the
defendant’s contention that the
makeup of substantially all the great
American systems of railroads was on
trial. The government’s position was
then, that the question before the
court was as to the validity of the
Northern Securities device.”
DEWEY WIRES EXPLANATION, i
Why He Failed to Call on President
Morales at San Domingo.
who with several members of the
general staff and Assistant Secretary
Loomis of the State department, are
now at Havana, has teleggraphed the
Navy department the reasons why he
failed to Call on President Morrles
of San Domingo when the party were
in San Domingo waters several days
ago. Th*> failure to visit caused con
siderable surprise at the time. It ap
pears that there was fighting \n prog
ress in the vicinity on the dav the
party was there and for that reason
the admiral did not deem it advisable
to make an official visit. During the
torenoon there were several casual
ties in San Domingo city from the
tighting then in progress. This was
caused from shots crossing the river,
through which the boat must pass,
and as more fighting was expected
during the afternoon the admiral
gave tip the projected visit. The ad
miral, however, sent his respects to
President Morales by United States
ARE NOT GOING TO CANADA.
Hill Says They Would as Soon Go to
Mars or the Moon.
NEW YORK.—In regard to the re
port that .he Northern Securities com
of Canada was to be the successor
of the Northern Securities company
of the United States, President Hill
was quoted as saying:
“We have as much notion of incor
porating a company in Mars or the
moon as in Canada. We intend to
conform to the law.”
Eater James J. Hill gave out the
“Until the full official copies of the
opinions ami decree of the supreme
court have been receivedf and our
attorneys have had an opportunity
to advise us as to our course of pro
cedure, the officers of the company
can make no further announcement
than to declare their purpose to
promptly and fully follow the law as
MILLARD SEES THE PRESIDENT.
No Chanqe in U. S. District Attorney
WASHINGTON. — While at the
White house Senator Millard talked
to the president about the case of Wil
liamson S. Summers. United States
attorney for Nebraska, whose re
moval from, office it is said, has been
promised by the president to Edward
Rosewater of Omaha and Senator
Dietrich of Nebraska. Senator Mil
lard put the matter to the president
in such a way that no change will be
made in the office for some time at
least, and Summers will remain where
lie is until Senator Millard is fully
agreed that he ought to be succeeded
by someone else. Senator Millard has
not yet. reached the point of assent
to this proposition.
It is said there is no question that
Summers will eventually fail of reap
pointment, but the president will not
care to hasten his removal until Sen
ator Millard is willing.
As to Lieu Land Entries.
The house committee on public
lands agreed to amendments which It
will recommend to the bill reported
to the house January *11 prohibiting
the selection of timber lands in lieu
of land in forest reserves. The amend
ments agreed upon allow owners of
lands in forest reserves, which lands
have not been denuded of timber, to
exchange the same for other vacant
surveyed unmineral lands subject to
homestead entries. The purpose of
the bill is to prevent persons who have
acquired timber lands and denuded
the same from exchanging such lands
for valuable timbered lands elsewhere.
The amendment prevents an injustice
to persons who have not denuded their
holdings in forest reserves,
Russia Warns the Chinese.
LONDON.—The Standard's Tien
Tsln corespondent says that Paul Les
i sar. Russian minister to China, has
| renewed his protest against the dis
i patch of Chinese forces outside the
i great wall and has intimated that un
! less they are withdrawn Russia may
i lie compelled to act on the1 assumption
| that China is abandoning her neutral
! ity. The minister is also reported
i to have renewed his threat that on
the slightest, movement on China's
i part Russian troops will march on
VESSEL IS BLOWN
TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER
STRIKES A MINE.
FOUR OF THE CREW SAVED
i Russian Boat is Completely Wreckec
by the Marine Bomb—Damage i«
Being Done by Bombardment of Pori
CHE FOO.—Whi'e entering Port Ar
thur the Russian torpedo boat destroy
er Skorri struck upon an unplacet!
mine and was blown up. Four of thf
crew were saved.
Viceroy Alexieff wires a report con
firming our account of the damage
done to Port Arthur during the bom
bardment of March 10. He says ttic
story of a tire there is "a base fabrica
The United States cruiser Uincin
nati arrived at 5 p. m. from Chemulpo
reports everything quiet, with m
news from the front. At the reqtiesl
of Minister Allen the cruiser brought
two former Corean officers, who hau
left Corea in consequence of theit
friendship for Russia.
Warnings have been received here
confirming previous reports to the of
feet that the Russians have laid
mines along the Laio Tung peninsula
and that neutral vessels are obliged
to show their colors five bilometers oft
shore and await a Russian pilot.
NEW YORK.—Three Norwegian
steamers—the Rrand. Argo and Scire
stad. released a few days ago by the
authorities at Port Arthur, have ar
rived at Shanghai, according to a
World dispatch from that city The
captains, who were put under oath by
the Russians to reveal nothing they
saw, refuse to speak of affairs at Port
Arthur, hut the correspondent assert?
that members of the crews willingly
told what they know. During the bom
bardment last Sunday the Argo lay
alongside the battleship Retvizan in
the harbor, and one of the Norwegians
confirmed reports to the effect that a
Japanese shell fell on the Retvizan's
deck, where it exploded, killing nine
teen officers and men.
Scarcely a resilience in the new part
of the town escaped damage. Many
of the inhabitants attempted to eon
struct rude bombproof shelters. One
shell fell among a crowd of sightseers
who gathered at a point of vantage
and were gazing out to sea at the at
tacking fleet. The shell killed twen
Three government clerks were killed
while hurrying from the port admiral’s
A cruiser lying at anchor a cable's
length from the* Retvizan, probably
the Diana, was struck on tNe water
line and set on fire. The sailors de
clare that eighty persons on hoard
The supply of food in Port Arthur
is still sufficient for the needs of the
garrison, but it is entirely tinder the
control of the military authorities, who
issue daily rations.
CONGRATULATE THE PRESIDENT
People Send Messages Showing Pleas
ure Over the Merger Jurors.
WASHINGTON—Messages of con
gratulation from fill parts of the coun
try are being delivered to President
Roosevelt by telegraph, by mail ami
in person on the supreme court's de
cision in the Northern Securities case
President Roosevelt personally con
gratulated Attorney General Kno>
Tuesday after the announcement ol
the decision and at the cabinet meet,
ing he renewed his congratulations tc
Mr. Knox. In his cordial expressions
he was joined by tiie attorney gen
erai’s follow cabinet members.
The attorney general, just before thf
cabinet meeting, declined to indicate
what action, if any. he might take ir
the future in following up the su
preme court's decision. He would not
say whether he had formed any plant
looking to prosecutions of further ac
tions under the Sherman anti-trust act
or not. Thus far he has not had op
portunity thoroughly to digest the deci
sion of the court and until he has
considered it carefully he will not de
termine, much less indicate, what fu
ture action he make take.
CUTS THE APPROPRIATION.
Money for the Lewis and Clarke Ex
WASHINGTON—The house com
mittee on Industrial arts and exposi
tions considered in an all-day session
the report of its sub-committee on th(
senate bill appropriating $1,750,000
toward the Lewis and Clarke expos!
lion to be held at Portland, Ore.
The sniscommittee cuts the appro
priation to $200,000 for a government
exhibit; $225,000 l»»r government
buildings; $25,000 for an Alaskan ex
hibit; $25,000 for a Philippine exhibit
and authorizes the coinage of 250.00C
souvenir dollars. These dollars are tc
sell at $2 each and the profit will gc
to the exhibition company. The ful!
committee will consider the bill ngaiD
Russia Looking for Contraband.
PORT SAID. Egypt.—The Russia!
armored cruiser Dimitri Donskoi if
visible from this port, pairollng ir
j search of vessels carrying contra
! band of war. it mistook the italiar;
armored cruiser Marco Polo for t
merchantman and stopped it by firing
a blank cartridge across its bows
On discovering its mistake the Ditnl
tri signaled apology. The Donsko
stopped the Norwegian steamei
Standard this morning, it is said that
the Htand&rd was within the tbret
WORK IN SENATE.
The Fortification Measure Has
WASHINGTON—The senate pass
ed the fortification appropriation bill
Tuesuay after a three hours' discus
sion of tlie amendment authorizing
the purchase of an experimental tor
pedo boat and the provision for the
purchase of sites of defense works in
the Hawaiian islands. The torpedc
boat provision was stubbornly fought,
blit the amendment suggested by the
committee on appropriations was re
tined. The Hawaiian provision
which had been eliminated by tlie
committee, was restored and the sunt
Increased from $200,000. as fixed by the
house, to $526,100, Several othet
bills were^passed. One of these ap
propriates $1,000,000 for a public
building at Atlanta, Ga
In response to a request from Mr
ixjtigo. Mr. Perkins explained the rea
sons which actuated the committee
in striking out the house provision
of the hill, appropriating $300,000 for
the purchase of sites for defenses oi
the Hawaiian islands saying that the
committee’s t.ction had been due to
the fact that the government had no
option on land for this purpose, which
might have the effect of placing the
government at the mercy of real es
tate owners. He also said the
amount named was not sufficient,
Mr. Spooner and Mr. Foraker took
the position that on account of the
outlying position oi Hawaii, the Uni
ted States should be prompt in pro
viding for its protection, and Mr. Pet
kins said he was willing, if a sum
sufficient to accomplish the purpose
sought could he secured. In accord
ance with Mr. Perkins’ suggestion
Mr. Spooner offered an amendment
appropriating $526,100, instead oi
$200,000. This amendment was ac
cepted without division.
By common consent the senate re
sumed consideration of the torpedo
amendment, and Mr. Gallinger offer
ed a substitute, providing for compe
tition, insuring a vessel of the type
desired. The amendment defeat
ed, 17 to 36.
The fortifications bill as amended
was then passed and the senate went
into executive session.
MERGER GIVEN DEATH BLOW.
Court Holds the Northern Securities
Corroany a Trust.
WASHINGTON.— In the United
States supreme court Monday an
opinion was delivered in the merger
case of the United States against the
Northern Securities company in favor
of the govenrment's contention that
the merger was illegal. The opinion
of the court was handed down by Jus
tice Harlan, and it upheld the decree
of the circuit court for the district of
Minnesota in every particular. Four
of the justices dissented from the five
constituting the majority.
The division in the court was due
to a difference of opinion as to the
right, of the federal control of the
state corporations. The majority
opinion holds that congress has a
right under the constitution to con
trol interstate commerce, no matter
by whom conducted, while the minor
ity of the dissenting opinion was based
on the theory that in the present
case the effort is to regulate the own
ership and is not interstate tralfic.
An effort was made by the court
to prevent the knowledge of the fact
that the opinion was to he rendered
Monday from getting to the public,
hut, nevertheless, it was quite gen
erally understood among attorneys
and others for an hour or so before
the convening of court Monday tlint
tne decision would he announced.
When, therefore, the members of the
court filed into the chamber at noon
they were met by an exp< tant crowd,
which filled every seat, both inside
and outside the bar.
DOES IT INCREASE CANCER? !
Investigating Effect of Chilled or j
Frozen Meat. J
LONDON.—The question was raised i
in the house of commons today
whether chilled or frozen meat has
any injurious effect on consumers,
and especially whether such meat
contributes to the increasing number
of cases of cancer in the United
President Long of the local gov
ernment board said that while he had
no information to the above effect,
he thought the matter might prop
erly be referred to the royal commis
sion of inquiry into the causes of
cancer, which is now sitting.
DRAFTING STATEHOOD BILL.
Propoce to Make Two States Out of
WASHINGTON. — The statehood
problem was taker up by the sub
committee of the house committee on
territories, recently appointed to draft
statehood bills for Arizona, New Mex
ieo and Oklahoma and Indian Terri
tory. The bill making a state of the
first two was practically completed.
The difficulty of adjusting the taxa
tion and other questions with regard
to the admission of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory as a state are next to
he taken up.
Lining Up for the Fray.
WASHINGTON—A call was issued
for a caucus by the republican mem
iters of the senate and house, to Ik
held in the hall of the house Mondav
evening next at S o’clock to ole t
members of the national reptibliear
Three to One Against Strike.
SKELEYVILLE. Ind. The seven lo !
eal unions in this vicinity Tuesdat j
voted against going on a strike. Th< j
majority against striking is estimatec !
at three to one.
AGRICULTURE IN WESTERN
Na Grain Helds.
The Editor ef the Wisconsin Agrl
culturist, who whs one of a party of
editors of agricultural papers who
took a trip through Canada during the
past spring, writes to his paper In th*
The reason of his vlsitlnP Canada
waa to satisfy himself that the report*
coming to his paper regarding the
wonderful resources of that country
were accurate. In view of the wonder
ful settlement that was going on there,
many from this country crossing the
line in search of permanent home*
and In view of what he had heard In
regard to conditions of soil, water, cli
mate, topography, fuel, grasses, rain
fall, markets, etc., and also the influ
ence which these have had on the
present and future of agriculture, be
deemed It necessary to make an ex
tended trip through all of the above
In speaking of the Province of Mank
toba, he says:
"The province of Manitoba com
prises within its limits the far-famed
grain grow ing valleys of the Assinl
boine and Red rivers. Although called
the Prairie Province of Canada, Mani
toba has large areas of forests, numer
ous rivers and vast water expansions.
"The soil Is a rich, deep, mould, or
loam, resting on a deep clay subsoil.
It Is well adapted to wheat-growing,
giving a bountiful yield of the finest
quality, known the world over as No.
X hard wheat. During the past ten
years the growth of wheat and other
grains has steadily Increased, until
now the production, by 35,000 farmers,
reaches over 100,000,000 bushels. Of
the 23,000,000 arable acres In Mani
toba, probably not one-half of It is oc
cupied. Cultivated grasses yield about
two tons per acre and native grasses *
ton and a half.
"There can be no question but that
dairying will become a great Industry
throughout the Northwest, and espe
cially cheese mak;.ig, as the climate Is
favorable and similar to that of On
“Crops grown are wheat, barley,
oats, flax. rye. peas, corn for fodder,
brome, potatoes, roots, etc. The soil
Is very fertile and moisture ample.
The climate is good and the growing
Reason, while not quite so long as In
Wisconsin, matures crops as the sun
shines much longer, rising about 4
o'clock and shines until about 9 at
night. Ore can easily read a news
paper at 10 p. m. The long days make
growth fast and pu-h crops to matur
ity ahead of fro6t_
“The ranching, the wheat-growing
and the mixed farming belts all crose
over Assiniboia. The yield and the
quality of wheat raised along the main
line of the Canadian Pacific railway,
at such places as Indian Head and Its
allied districts, have become famous.
Its possibilities are shown by the
averages of tests made at the experi
mental farm in 1902, when eleven va
rieties of the most suitable wheat,
sown on April the 19th. were cut in
130 days and yielded 4 314 pounds of
straw and 43 bushels and 2 pounds of
grain per acre. Its mixed farming
area is excellent, Its range cattle,
horse9 and sheep are the equals of any
seen In the Northwest, and Its treeless
portion Is underlaid with coal. The
town of Medicine Hat Is heated ami
Illuminated with natural gas There
are abundant deposits of brick, pottery
and fire clays.”
Agents of the Canadian Government
will be pleased to mail an Atlas to any
one Interested and also all other in
formation regarding railway rates, etc.
When a man marries he wants
something clinging to cling to.
Teoalnte and Billion Dollar Onui.
The two greatest fodder plants on
earth, one good for 14 tons hay and the
other 80 tons green fodder per acre.
Grows everywhere, so does Victoria
Rape, yielding 60.000 lbs. sheep and
swine food per acre.
JCST BEND 10c IN STiXirS TO TB1
John A. Balzer Seed Co., I .a Crosse,
Wis.. and receive In return their big
catalog and lots of farm seed samples,
(W. N. U.)
Self-ccnquest is the greatest of vic
Pleasure is but a weed, joy a fruit.
to every Sufferer of Stomach, Heart
and Nervous Disease.
The Klmo Chemical Company, itfiO Uoo<l
Hlock. Dca Moines. Iowa. hast* discovered a
new and wonderful Medicine which the” call
"Klmo Cad,urine" which given Immediate
relief and permanent ly cures every < as*- of
Stomach. Heart or Nerve Diseases that have
tried It. They have made arrangements to
give away SO.OOO 2b-cent lioxes of Klmc Cac
tarlne In the United Siaica to people afflicted
witii any disease or weakness of the Heart.
Stomach or Nerves. They want every I«k!y to
try It at their expense. Send no money or
si amps-Just write your name and address
plain and say whai (.aper you saw ■ lilts in and
get a tiox of this wonderful Medicine free,
(let well and tell your friends, that a all we
want. Write today.
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Love is always far sighted.
RED CR«S« BALT, BLUE
Should be in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 oi. package only b cents.
Give a woman authority and you
convert her into an autocrat.
When Your Grocer 8ayg
he does not have Defiance Starch, yon mar
be snre he is afraid to keep it uotil hit
stock of 12 oz. packages nre sold. Delint.ee
Starch is not only better than any other
('old Water Starch, but contains lo or. to
the package and sella for same money as 12
Opportunity is the cream of time.
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Christian vDdeavor Hotel because it will l* Headquar
fera for C'htialian Peo le, Ed .tators,«t<v bow 1* ll.e
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