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STATE NEWS AND NOTES IN CON.
THEPRESS, PULPIT AND PUBLIC
What Is Going on Here and There
That Is of Interest to the Read'
ers Throughout Nebraska.
Many bridgi's In Oleic county are out
bemuse of IiIkIi water
The Paddock hotel at Meat! ice Iihh
been purchased by Mrs. Colby, wife of
(Sen. Colby, the coiiHlderatlini being
The Hed Willow county court hnd a
mil row escape from flie, which oris
hinted In the court room and partially
debtioyed the second floor.
The Nebraska state band Is plan
ning to hold a large convention of
bauds in Creightou some time in the
near futuie ami expects about sis to
ten bands from the state to pintle!
pate. Little Knimn, the two-year-old
daiiRhtvr of Mr. and Mrs. It. I). Hub'
bard, who live seventeen miles south
of Hushvllle, wandered niy from
home and her body was found two
hours later in the N'lobiara river,
where she had fallen In and drowned.
A man. Rising the name Chillies
Murphy, who Is a hostler and i oust
about with one of 'he nice hoises
there, was arrested at Tceuinseli on 'i
serious charge. Murphy had been
treating little girls during the day ami
It Is tald he attempted to assault the
0- ear-old daughter of iCinll Pfelfer.
George- McAullfle. son of Mr. and
Mis. John McAullffe. the family home
being near St. Mai. v. in Johnson
count, attempted suicide. In a tit of
(kspondency be took a inzor and cut
n gabh in bis throat almost ftom ear
to ear It was not deep enough to
seer the jugular vein. McAullffe Is
aged about :!0 jenrs and has a wife
and child. He had lost his crop In the
Hood along the Nemaha river.
Clln'on H. Leo of the Lee Mioom
and Duster company. Lincoln, sub
mtttc d an amended proposal for con
x let labor to the state board of pub
lic lands and buildings He offers to
pay about $2,100 per annum, plus the
cost of light. This Is in addition to
his offer of fin cents a day for con
vict labor. The state board has In
sisted en 7fi cents a da When the
memlK rs made this demand Lee
turned the conlcts off and they hae
been Idle ever since.
Farmers who were In Falrbuiy told
of the havoc wrought b the storm of
Saturday night In niioiis paits ot the
county. In many section the wind
seemed to assume the foim of a
c clone and great damage was done,
buildings being blown down, and many
mowible things carried tor consider
able distances before the toice of the
wind. J. F. Lusleur kivb the path of
tho storm In his neighborhood was
several uids wide and that everything
In the path of the stoun was wrecked.
The (luallfjing examination for the
Rhodes scholnrs to he elected for 1010
will be held toward the end of October,
WOH. inntead of In the month ot Jan
uaiy as heretofore. It Is believed
that an examination held In October
will Interfere less than one held In
January with tho legular work of
American university students, and
that the earlier election will give but
ter opportunity for tho selected schol
ais to direct their work on lines most
advantageous for their course at Ox
ford. The Jenldus mill at Steele City was
compelled to shut down on account of
high water. The shutting down of
this mill closes one of the historical
business enterpilses of that section of
Nebinska, which has been Identified
with the growth of the country fiom a
Umo dating back to the advent of civ
libation Into Nebraska. Jenkins' mill
was one ot the supply stations on tho
old overland Hall, and all tho early
pioneers who traveled that ionic In
tho search of new home. and for
tunes secured their supplies for tho
contlnuanco of the trip at that place.
The mill has been In constant opera
tion from that Umo until It was closed
down after the recent flood.
The weekly crop report sayR: The
week aveiaged, for the state as a
whole, just about normal for tompoin
ture, rainfall and cloudiness. The
dally mean temperature was between
70 and 71 degrees In the centrnl and
eastern counties, which Is Just nbout
tho seasonal average. It was between
fill to CO degrees In tho western coun
ties, which Is about three degrees be
low tho normal. Monday and Satur
day were generally the warmest days,
with a maximum temperature, near 90
degrees. Tho rainfall was above nor
mal In most of tho state. It exceeded
one inch In most of the central and
eastern sections, except in somo north
eastern counties, where It was about
one-half an Inch.
Mrs. John Leuucrs, living six miles
north of Beatrice, gave birth to trip
lets, one boy and two gills. One of
tho girl babies died soon e.ftcr birth,
but tho other two are stiong and
A telegram received by Dr. S, W.
Dodgo of Falrbury, stated that his son,
Dr. G. L. Dodge had been accidentally
shot at hlfl homo in Masin, Wyo., and
was not expected to live, Tho Falr
bury man started nt onco for the bed
side of his Bon, ho having been gono
but a few hours when tho second tele
gram came stating that his son was
NEBRASKA NEWS AND NOTES.
Items of Greater or Lesser Impor
tance Over the State.
LtL-htnliiR struck the Dodge county
court house without doing material
At Saronvllle Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Chaltberg celebrated their golden
Danley Fieemun. Nebraska's first
homesteader, has iccovered from a
very seilous Illness.
The wagon bildge acioss the Mine
liver between Mcatrlce and Holmes
vllle went out from high water.
Congressman G W. Norrls arrived
home Inst week from Washington and
has taken up affairs In his district.
Farmers have been woiking over
time In the fields to make up for
lalny days when no man could work
More than a hundred Nebraska oil-1
ucators went to Cleveland to nttend j
the meetings of the National IMuca-,
tlonnl association. j
Mrs. K. M. Mungor, proprietor of.
the Leader general merchandise stote
In Heaver city, fell down a flight of
stairs at her residence and sustained
"Fltz," the police dog, who for neni
ly twenty years has done police duty
In company with the various officers
of McCook, has been killed for biting
several chlldien .
Mrs. Marie Colby, wife of Geneial I
L. W. Colby, has purchased the Pad
dock hotel and opera house at Heat-
rice from John Telford and John Wat
koii or Chicago for $1"i0,000.
The state railway commission hap i
granted the Mlssoutl Pacific railroad1
a further extension of time of one
week In the settlement of tho Wa
bash telegraph service complaint.
Tho death list as a result of tho
Northwestern freight wreck near
Chadi on now reaches ten. Thiee
trainmen and reven tramps were kill
ed, and two trainmen and three
t lumps Injured.
A heavy hall storm btruck north
of Schu.vler and caused much damage
to the corn and small grain. It cov
eted a stiip mote than two miles wide
and moved eastwaid.
Mrs. Jane I). Kugllsh Smith, a true
daughter of the revolution, died at
the home of her daughter . Mrs. C. F
Sewaid. In Tecuinseh. Had Mis
Smith lived until winter she would
have been 02 years of age.
The greatest event in that part of
the state dining the summer will be
the second nnntial Incoming and old
settlers' picnic at Alexandria on An
gut 1. Hase ball will be one of the
leading featuies of the sports.
Chailes Hurioughs. a well known
farmer lesldlug north of Hnstlngs,
lutt a valuable team of matched dilv
ing horses fiom the streets In Donl
plum, and there Is evidence that they
were stolen by thieves who made
good their escape.
Krne.U S, K unison, sentenced to
twenty-three yeais la the penitentiary
for the niunlcr of Sam Cox, has been
iccelved at the penltentlarv. Ills
teun. full time, will end May IS, 1031
and If given good time he will hav"
served his sentence Febiunry 1fc,
A cablegram fiom Prof. Delzcll at
Liverpool, announces the snfe arrival
at Hint place or the Nebraska Euro
pean party which loft Peru two weeks
ago. The cablegram states that all
aie well anil enjoying themselves.
Prof. Delell of Peru Is In charge of
In an address at the University of
Nebraska Chancellor K. Benjamin An
diews lcatllrmed his allegiance to the
democratic party. He predicted that
tne election this ypnr will tuin on Ir
sues rather than men, the leaders or
tho two parties being men without
A stranger dilving a automobile
passing throng West Point f light
ened the team of Ixmls Zcpllu, a di ay
man, who was In the net of loading
cienm enns. The team ran away,
with the res-nit that one valuable
hoi so was killed and the cream spill
ed and lost.
Rev. L. J. Medlln, for two .vears tho
pastor of the Methodist church nt
North Plntte, has resigned and re
moved to Lincoln wheic he has ac
cepted the position oi superintendent
of agencies for a lifo Insurance com
pany. Mr. Medln rotlres from the
ministry becnuso of throat affection.
Newport (II f.) dlspntch: Mrs.
Henry Winn of Maiden, Mass., who
was Injured by tho overturning of n
talljho coach while on a plcasuro ex
cursion heie with delegates to tho
convention of the General Federation
of Women's Clubs In Boston, died of
her Injuries. Mrs. Helen C. Sundenn
of Lincoln, Neb., who was Injured at
the pnmo time will recover.
Insuranco Deputy Plerco has Just
finished a tabulation of faun mort
gages held by tho old line Insurance
companies In Nebraska. The total
value of farm moitgnos held In tho
state by twenty-three oC tho forty
two licensed to do business Is $29,
000,100. The Union Central of Cin
cinnati has loaned $0.S52,232 In tho
state, and Is the largest owner of
Nebraska farm mortgages. Next
comes the Mutual Benefit of Newark
with $5,151,350, ami tho Aetna com
pany of Unit ford ranks third.
While Edgar Manning, a lfi-yenr old
boy of Schuyler, was emptying the
Chamber of a 22-callhcr rlflo a the
slough whore more than a dozen boys
hnd gono to spend tho afternoon, a
shot got caught In the barrel and
while ho wbb extricating tho shot tho
trigger went off. Tho gun vvns point
ed at the back of Frnnk Schley, who
was undressing to go In swimming.
Tho bnllot entered tho boy's back
and wont strata t through his body,
cutting the main nrt'jry. He died
Sunday School Lesson tor July 12, 1908
Spatially Prepared for This Papar
I.ICKHON THXT - 1 Samtul 10 17-7
Memurv Wr, .M
GULDKN TKNT-"II Hint nilMii over
men must lie Just, ruling In the frnr of
Oud " -2 Sum J3 3
'PI Mi: -ItniiDilliiKlv follottlnc Hip InM
It'HMlll, U (.' IllKlllt KH H'KHluri.
COl'NTIlY Suiitlurn Kphrnlni nml
ilrnjiiinlii 1 Sum D 4 !' 1
Comment and Suggestive Thought.
Dr. Newman, one of the subtlest nnd
acutest of preachers, "after attempting
thtee times to pi each on Saul, Is com
pelled to confess that Saul's character
continues to be obscure to him, and
he wains us that we must be exceed
ingly cautious while considering Saul's
so obscure chsu actor ' Anil yet the
stoiv Is a tiuer minor of human na
His Native Pride He belonged to
one of the smallest tribes, at one time
nearly extinct (Judges 20), but sit
uated between the two greatest dl
visions, Kphialm ami Jiidah, which
facts temoved all grounds of Jcji1ous
Ills i ejection by some, even after his
election (1 Sam. 10 27 1. shows how
great the danger was, ospecln11 from
ICplulam or Judah, the rival tribes.
Ills Personal Fitness Saul was n,
choice young man In the height of bin
personal attractions foi a leader
"There was not among the chlldien of
Israel a goodlier person thnn he, from
his shoulders upwind he was higher
than any of the people. He had a
splendid bod and a stately gait, and
the very sins of his soul had a certain
lux Id giandetir about them also" Al
exander Whyte. "Before the Invention
of lireaims. personal strength was es
seutlul In a leader as Indeed It Is still
nniong the Alalia.' hit Cilt Com
We see the same need In some of our
sports, as. for Instance, football Saul
was "every Inch a king '
Saul had the natural chaiacterlstlcs
which made It possible for him to be
a great and useful king. He possessed
self-iestralnt. he was master of him
self, the Hist essential He was mod
est, not conceited He bad the mili
tary Instinct, a capacity foi generalship,
a shrewd mind, patience that could
wait, "the unflinching nerves, tho
quick eagle eye, the geneioslty to un
wot thy opponents which makes suc
cess so graceliil and Impeilal com
mand so eas.v to endure " liber
foice. And he had that Indescilbable
personal magnetism which made him a
He was specially ptcpand by the
Influences of God's splilt. After Sam
uel had anointed Saul to the kingdom,
w come upon this very obscure Scrip
ture: "And It wns so that when Saul
had tinned his back to go from Sam
uel, God gave Saul another heart, and
the Splilt of God came upon Saul, and
he prophesied" (1 Sam. 10 10). He
was "tinned Into another man" (1
Snm. 10: G). And he Immediately
Joined himself to the leliginus
guild of his people, and had the out
ward form at least of prophecy In Its
wilder and more ecstatic moods, such,
as sometimes occuis now to certain
temperaments In times of great ex
citement. "Tho children of Belial." Belial Is
not n proper name. It means "worth
lessness" or "wickedness" (Cheyno).
They were the labble, tho wicked, the
base. These treated Saul with con
tempt, ns an Inexperienced young man
from the country, untialned In both
statesmanship and war. "He held his
peace." He was wise, felf-controlled
How to Tieat Insults. A young man
who had been badly Insulted enmc to
Father Giaham hot with anger nnd
bent on hnmcdlnto icvenge. "Walt,"
said Father Giaham; "an insult is like
mud; it will b'rush off much better
when It l dry." The young man
waited, and tho very next day the In
sulting person enme to bog his for
giveness. The Coionntlon After his victory
over tho Ammonites, Saul's popular
ity among the people was very great,
and Samuel saw that tho time was
ripe for a hearty national confirma
tion of the stop taken at Mlzpeh by
tho national assembly. Tho prophet
therefore called tho people together r.t
Gllgal, between Jericho and tho Jor
dan. This nnclent center of the Ho
blew religion was tho most Biiltable
plane for tho coronation of Saul and
the ratification of tho kingdom. Thus
Kdwnrd VII. was crowned moro than
a year after ho became king.
Hero tho previously divided nnd un
certain people, with one voice con
firmed tho now king In his authority,
and tho New Era of the United King
dom wns begun.
He still hud the advice nnd counsel
of Samuel. Ho thus entered upon n
career that might have ended In un
told usefulness and blessedness. Won
dei fill and beautiful possibilities
were spread out before him, like tho
promised land before Moses on PIsgah.
The morning of his kingdom rose nl
God calls all men to his service In
much tho samo way as ho called Saul.
Thoro Is a secret call, manifested In
tho natuic nnd Inherent fitness of tho
man. Thoro is also tho outwnrd
call of opportunity, a vacant Bltuntlon,
an Invitation from an employer, what
tho world calls "a good chanco." But
It Is not chanco, though It seems so;
It Ib nil of God'B ordering.
Thero will como a tlmo to everyone
who Is propnred, when he can provo to
tlio world what ho is fitted to do,
Thero lie In everyone oi us almost
Save the Babies.
INFMT MORTALITY 1b somothing frightful. Wo can hardly realize) that of
all tho childron horn in civilized countries, twontytwo per cont,, or noarly
ono-quartor, dio boforo thoy roach ono yoar; thirtysoven per cent,, or moro
than one-third, boforo thoy are fivo, and ono-half boforo thoy aro fifteen !
Wo do not hoeitato to say that a timoly use of Castoria would savo a ma
jority of theso procious livos. Noithor do wo hesitato to say that many of theso
infantilo doaths aro ocoasionod by tho uso of narcotio preparations. Drops, tinoturca
and soothing syrups sold for childron's complaints contain moro or loss opium, or
morphino, Thoy aro, in considorablo quantities, doadly poisons. In any quantity
thoy stupefy, rotarii circulation and load to congestions, sioknoss, death. Castoria
oporatos oxactly tho rovorso, but you must seo that it bears tho signaturo of
Chas. H. Flotchor. Castoria causes tho blood to oiroulato proporly, opona tho
pores of tho skin and allays fovor.
WOCL ' r ' 1 1 1 I ; 1 I I it -?T7"
ALVaillU. 1 ni'll r.L.un.
sum aims iiiciDoaantlRcduli
ncss find Rcst.Contaln$ neither
NOT N AH C OTIC.
Jli 'ca&xui Siit
i"' 1. 1
AnerfL'cl Rcmedv for CansflM
lion . Sour StomacIi.Dlarrtoca
lac Simile Signature oT
Exact Copy of Wrapper
8HE BAMBOOZLES HIM.
Mrs. Caller You surelv don't al
ways rIvo your husband n nccktlo on
Mrs. Athomc Yes, I do, nnd the
poor donr doesn't even know It's the
same one each time!
DOCTOR SAID "USE CUTICURA"
In Bad Case of Eczema on Child
Disease Had Reached a Fearful
State His Order Resulted
In Complete Cure.
"When I was small I was troubled
with eczema for about three months.
It was all over my fnco and covered
nearly all of my head. It reached
such a state that It was just a largo
scab all over, and the pain and itching
wero terrible. I doctored with an ablo
physician for somo tlmo nnd was then
advised by him to uso tho Cutlcura
Remedies which I did nnd I wns en
tirely cured. I havo not been bothered
with it since. I used Cutlcura Soap
and Cutlcura Ointment but do not
know exactly how much wns iibed to
complete tho cure. I can safely say
that Cutlcura did a lot for mo. Miss
Annbel Wilson, North Urnnch, Mich.,
Oct. 20. 1907."
A Deadly Brigade.
"So your son Is now n soldier, hoy,
"Yes, snh; he's done JInod do mall
clous corpse, sail."
Try Murine Eye Remedy
For Red. Weak. Weary, Watery Eyes.
Murine Doesn't Smart boothes Eye Pain.
All Drureists Sell Murine at OOcts. Tr 48
Page Rook in each Pkg. is worth Dollars
in every home. Ab1 your Druggist.
Murino Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,
It's surprising how bravo tho av
erago man is when thero Isn't any
real danger In sight.
Smokeri have to call for J'wIr' Single
Rinder cigar to pet it. Your dealer or
Lowin' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Bring bitten by n toothless do
must bo a soft snap.
Mr. Window's Koothlnic Hjrrup,
For children teettiloic, lofteni the guroi, redacts to
Uucinmion, allays pln, curo wind cullu. 'Ac a botUe.
Wo llvo and learn until wo are 40,
then wo llvo and unlcnrn.
mtd 1 1
HjMj to. I I I
tfk rfrLI iiP jfrmllln
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. II. Fletcher.
Dr. A. F. Toclcr, of SL Loulo, Mo., Gays: "I hnvo prescribed your Castoria
In ninny casca nnd hnvo nlwnys found it nn clllclent nnd speedy remedy."
Dr. E. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa., bays: "I hnvo prescribed your Caa
loria In my practlco for many ycaro with jjreat satisfaction to mysolf nnd
Jjcncflt to my patients."
Dr. Edward rnrrlGh, of Brooklyn, N. Y., r.ny3: "I have used your Can
torla In my own liounehold with good results, nnd have ndvlsod Hovornl
palknta to uso It for Its mild laxatlvo effect nnd freedom from harm."
Dr. J. D. Elliott, cf Now York City, cays: "Havlnc durlnr; tho past nix
yenra prescribed your Castoria for Infantilo stomnch disorders, I most
heartily commend its use. Tho formula contains nothing dolotorloim
to tho most tlcllcalo of children."
Dr. C. G. Srracuo, of Omaha, Nob., nays: 'Tour CaBtorla Is an Ideal
mcdlclno for children, nnd I frequently prescrlbo It Whllo I do not ntlvo
cato tho lndlscrlmluato uso of proprietary medicines, yet Castoria Is nn.
exception for conditions which nrlno in tho caro of children."
Dr. J. A. Tarl.cr, cf Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Castoria holdo tho
esteem of tho medical profession In n. mnnncr held by no other proprie
tary preparation. U la a euro and rcllablo mcdlclno for Infanta and chil
dren. In fact, It 13 tho universal household remedy for Infantilo allmcnta."
Dr. II. F. Jlcrrlll, of AwjUBta, Mo., sayo: "Castoria Is ono of tho very
finest nnd most rcmnrkablo romodlca for lnfnnto and children. Ill my
opinion your Cnstorln V.za caved thoiibanda from nn early cravo. I can.
furnish hundreds of testimonials from thla locality ua to lt3 efficiency
Dr. Norman 11. Gccr, of Clovcland, Ohio, Bays: "Durlnr; tho last twolvo
years I havo frequently recommendod your Castoria ns ono of tho beat
proparallonB of tho hind, bolng enfo in tho handa of parents find very of
foctlvo In rcliovlng chlldrcu'u disorders, whllo tho eano with which such
a pleasant reparation can bo admlulsterod la ft great ndvantaGO."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bo
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMI CINtiUK OOMMNV, TT MUKH
A Good Turn.
"Here, wnlto up," cried Subbubs, ap
pearing on his porch In his pajamas
"You've got a nerve to bo sleeping In
"Nerve?" replied tho hobo, sleepily
Why, I'm 11 benofnetor; If It wasn't
lut mo holdin' dls hammock down du
1110 -miltoes would 'a' lugged it off
Wouldn't Go Atone.
At a reco'it entertainment In 0
co'jred church of Washington the
master of ceremonies made this un
"Miss llolter will sing 'Oh, thnt 1
had wings like 11 dove, for then would
I fly away and be at rest,' nccom
panled by Hov. Dr. B. P. Holts."
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
'm I 'inry iuivi rrnevn ijib"
BlTriP ItrcHsfrom l).hi'nlii, In-
TT iirrn MiKtHtioiiunciTooiiturty
4 I At K R I.HlliiK. A iK-rficl rem-
pj Bll I 62 l''lly 'or t)Uzin-hU, Nun-
mm "ILLS I " )ruHiM-HJ-, Hud
H tM iTjiHtolnttioMiiiilh.CoBt
IH led TmiRtip, Pulii In the
mmmmM Im-i'i TOKPIU I.1VKIU
They regulato tho liowels. I'urcly Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuino Must Bear
NEW AND SCENIC LINE
On ot llio moil beautiful noU In
Amrrica No mailer whire you have
traveldl, or what you have tien, hiro
ii a trip Dial will uleaso you at well,
it not belter.
Very low Round-trip Rate, ia effect thU
ummer via the
E. B. 8LO88ON, O. A.,
ClruiM. aod buuunca th halt,
l'romuit. a ltuurtftttt ffrovth.
Unvor Fall! to Jie.tor Oray
Curt. Ktlp diM.Kt a hair filling.
Nebraska Military Academy
UlU bulldtiiKund uruumls. rreiiarv.fortnllriiiiand
eat a. urlu(uruuuuu,uUdrcis U. U. Hay ward, ttupk.
STRICT, NIW VOtin CITV.
Should be inseparable.
For summer eczemas,
rashes, itchings, irritations,
sunburn, pimples, black
heads, red, rough, and sore
hands, and antiseptic
cleansing as well as for all
the purposes of the toilet,'
bath, and nursery, Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Oint
ment are invaluable.
Bold throtighoutthoworld. Depots: Loudon. 27, "
rharltrhuuse Bo..; l'arla, A. Huoilol rnix: Auxtta
lla. It. 'lawns A Oo Sydney: India, II. K. l'aul,
t'Alcutta: Japau, Maruya, l.ul.loklo; Ho. Africa,
lnnnn, l.ul . Capo '1 own. etc . ll.H.A., Poller Drug
AC hem Corp., Hole I'ropa , Ilo.uin.
a-l'&Htee. CuUcura liouk on Care ol Skin.
I at drutral.u or by lnalb
Hami fllKC AddrtM,
Tribune llldg.. Wow Yoat.
uSrUA I Thompson's Eye Wafer
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 28, 1906.
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