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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISYTRY THIS!
Saya glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
To sco tho Unco of healthy bloom
In your faco, to sco your skin got
clearer and clcaror, to wako up with
out a hcadacho, backacho, coatod
tonguo or a nasty breath, In fact to
(col your boat, day In and day out, Juat
try inBldo-bathlng overy morning for
Uoforo breakfast each day, drink a
glass of real hot wator with a tea
spoonful of llmestono phosphato In It
as a harmless means of washing from
tho stomach, liver, kldnoys and bowels
tho provlous day's indigcstiblo wasto,
Bour bllo and toxins; thus cleansing,
sweetening and purifying tho ontlro
alimentary canal beforo putttng moro
food Into tho stomach. Tho action of
hot wator and llmestono phosphato on
an empty stomach Is wondorfully In
vigorating. It cleans out all tho sour
fermentations, gases and acidity and
gives ono a splendid appotlto for
A quarter pound of llmestono phos
phato will cost very Httlo at your drug
gist or genoral storo, but is sufficient
to domonstrato that just as soap and
hot water cleanses, sweetens and
freshens tho skin, so hot wator and
llmestono phosphato act on tho blood
nnd Internal organs. Thoso who aro
subject to constipation, bilious attacks,
acid stomach, rheumatic twinges, also
thoso whoso skin is sallow and com
plexion pallid, nru assured that ono
wcok of Insido-bathing will havo them
both looking and feeling better In ev
ery way. Adv.
Thcro aro times when a woman im
agines that sho suffcis in sllenco.
Important to Mothors
Exnmino carefully overy hottlo of
CASTOKlA.asafo and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that It
Signature of C&7T&&i
Y)nnn in A
In Uso for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Seaweed Is made into a composi
tion to take tho place of bone for han
dies of cutlery.
"Pape's Diapepsin" settles sour,
gassy stomachs in five
minutes Time it!
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach 'is bad or an uncertain
ono or a harmful ono your Btomach
Is too valuablo; you mustn't injure it.
Papo's Diapepsin is noted for Its
speed In giving relief; Us harmless
ncss; Its certain unfailing action in
regulating sick, Bour, gassy stomachs.
Its millions of cures in indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made It famous tho world
Keep this perfect stomach doctor In
your homo keep it handy get a largo
fifty-cent case from any dealor and
thon !f anyono should cat something
which doesn't agree with them; It
what they eat lays llko lead, ferments
and sours and forms gas; causes hcad
acho, dizziness and nausea; eructa
tions of acid and undigested food
remember ns soon as Papo's Diapepsin
comes in contact with the stomach all
such distress vanishes. Its prompt
ness, certainty nnd easo In overcoming
tho worst Btomach disorders Is a rove
latlon to thoso who try it. AdT.
Tho orango treo is tho only ono
which bears fruit and blossoms nt tho
Li H BOWELS
For sick headache, bad breath,
Sour Stomach and
Get a 10-cont box now.
No odds how bad your liver, stomach
or bowels; how much your head
nchos, how mlsorablo and uncomfort
ablo you aro from constipation, indiges
tion, biliousness and sluggish bowels
you always get tho desired results
with Cascarots. v
Don't lot your stomach, liver and
bowelB mako you mlsorablo. Tako
Cascarcts tonight; put an end to tho
hcadacho, biliousness, dizziness, nerv
ousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach,
backacho and nil othor distress;
clcanso your liiBldo organs of all tho
bllo, gases and constipated matter
which is producing tho misery.
A 10-cont box means health, happi
ness and a clear head for months.
No moro days of gloom nnd distress
If you will tako a CnBcnret now and
thon. All stores sell Cascarcts. Don't
forgot tho children their littlo in
Bides need a cleansing, too. Adv.
A method by which all liquors can
bo solidified Into tablet form has beoo
Invented by a French chemist.
LIST OF SUPERINTENDENTS FOR
LEGISLATIVE jBGUE BANQUET
Items of General Interest Gathered
from Reliable Sources Around
the State House.
Western Newspnpcr Union News Service
Secretary Mollor of tho stato board
of agriculture has annoiiucod tho fol
lowing list of superintendents for all
departments of tho 191C stato fair:
Amphitheatre J. K. Reynolds, In
dlauola. Auditorium C. Q. Crews. Culbertson.
Kami W. W. Cole, NollRh.
Hojb' Encampment Onirics Btradcr,
Camping Oround V. Arnold, Venlnn.
Collsuuiii 7.. T. I.oftwleh, St. Paul.
Concessions lllrutu Movers. Lincoln.
Feed and Koruire J. II. llnrms, Up-
KIMi Kxhlblt W. J. OTIrlon, Grrtno.
(Jntes i: It. Parccll, Llrokcn How.
Gonoral William Foster, Lincoln.
F. C. CROCKER
of Flllcy, prominent stockman and farmer,
and president or the State swine
Guards Adjutant General P. I ZIn.Il
Newspapers IVter YoutiKcrx, Oencvu.
Sanitation J. II. Taylor, Waterloo.
Tickets Joseph Ilobeits, Fremont.
Transportation V. H. Scliermerhorn,
Class A Horses, L. W. Leonard, l'aw
Class 11 Cattle, G. K. Hall. Waterloo.
Class C Hwlno, O. G. Smith. Kenrnoy.
Clafcs D Sheep, V. C. Caley, Crclgli
ton. Class B Poultry. A. II. Smith. Lincoln.
Class F Agricultural products, T. II.
Kuoule, Mluden; assistant, John llaslk,
Class a Dairy, W. C. Andreas, Beat
rlco. Class II Domestic products, Mrs. E.
E. Urown, Central City.
Class I Ileus and lionoy, William
Class .1 Textiles, Mrs. J. P. Master
Class K Fine arts, Mrs. Mae Morley,
Class L Educational, Lulu Wolford,
Class M Machinery grounds, W. B.
Class N Machinery hall, Jacob Sass,
CI.'uh O Hettcr baliles, Mrs. C. L. Lo-M-ir
Class S Speed, II, V. Ulesen, Beatrice;
assistant, James Lamb, Nelson.
Rural High Schoob Multiplying.
Stato Superintendent Thomas is ex
hibiting considerable pride in tho
progress roado by rural schools during
tho past year. In this tlmo 191 new
high schools havo been established in
tho country for tho oxcluslvo benefit
of rural pupils. Twenty-one aro
schools, nlno of which are operating
high schools exclusively. Six aro
county high schools. Thcro are still
olghty-four uncompleted consolida
tions. These will bo ready to begin
operations next 'year. The new schools
placo within tho roach of 10,000 rural
school children nt least ten grades.
Thero havo been 1C0 new rural school
buildings built. Forty-throo towns
and cities have built new high school
buildings nt a cost ranging from
$15,000 to $60,000.
Capt. II. E. Yates, formerly com
mandant of cadets nt tho university of
Nobraskn, now stationed at Plnttsburg
barracks, N. Y., with tho Thirtieth In
fantry roglment of tho United Stnto-J,
nhs been appointed ns ono of ton
American military attaches and ob
servers assigned to posts In different
European countries during tho great
war. Ho will sail on February 22, to
Join tho American legation ut Bucha
rest, tho capital of Rumania, on two
The Legislative League
Governor Morohcnd will occupy tho
toastmnstor's chair at the banquet of
tho Nohraska Legislative league on
(ho evening of February 25, accord
ing to announcement mndo by Henry
C. Richmond of Omaha, secretary of
tho league, Friday morning. Mr. Rich
mond called upon tho governor at his
ofllco and obtained his consent to of.
flclato at tho head of tho Bpeakors'
table. Tho banquet will tnko placo nt
tho Llndell hotel, starting about 6
o'clock. Among thoso who nro expect
ed to talk aro John M. Thurston of
Omaho, r. n. Windham of Platts
mouth, T. J, Majors of Peru, V. J.
Taylor of Mcrna, John Mnttes of Ne
braska City and W. R. Patrick of
Rollevno, Socrotnry Richmond hopes
also lo secure .Marsh Elder, tho fnmous
populist spenkor of the house In tho
18!1 session, for n tonst.
University of Nohrnska students
through Chancollor Avery havo ac
cepted an Invitation from tho board
of publicity to visit Omaha In May
for an Inspection of tho various in
dustries of the metropolis.
U & STO'WrttKre ? &&& t .
Farmers nnd buslnens men of Sid
noy are contemplating the construc
tion of a $50,000 elevator and llourlng
Seward hns appropriated tho sum
of $100 for a public playgiounds. thu
grounds to be under the supervision
of the Y. M. C. A.
Five hundred persons took part In
a wolf hunt in the lclnlty of Daykln
one ilny recently and six wolves and
many hundreds of rabbits were killed,
Rushvlllc, Hay Springs and Gordon
have virtually entered Into an agree
ment whereby a farm demonstrator
will bo secured for Sheildnn county.
Tho Uurllngton road has Indicat
ed that It will glvo Tecumsoh 11 now
station this year to tako tho place of
tho old frame building It Is now using.
After running soven block to catch
a train nt David City, Lincoln L. Lott
of Rising City fell dead In tho depot
immediately upon purchasing a
ticket to Ills home.
Tho plans nnd specifications for tho
stool brldgo to bo built ncross tho
Niobrara ilver at tho Parshull cross
ing, JUBt south of Uutto, aro ready for
O. M. Edwards of Fnlrbury has Illod
for tho olllco of .sheriff on tho demo
cratic ticket. This makes nine candi
dates, three democrats and bIx re
publicans. Earl Caddock, tho Anita, In., grnp
plor, nnd Cal Wood, tho Stanton
heavyweight, havo been matched for
a bout nt Hooper, March 7, beforo tho
Hooper Athletic club.
William J. and C. V. Ilrynn nro
among democrat Ic leaders who havo
engaged suites nt tho Clnrko hotol at
Hastings for use during thu democrat
ic stato convention thcro next July.
A cash box containing $104 in
various school funds was robbed by
unknown parties nt the Norfolk high
school Just recently, according to an
nouncement made by tho authorities.
Tho fifteen hundred dollar taberna
do erected for the recent revival In
Fremont, has been taken over by tho
Commercial club directors, and will
be used as an auditorium for all pub
Tho Nebraska Gns nnd Electric
company was given a twonty-five-yonr
frnnchlso by nn ordinance passed by
tho Illuo Springs city council recent
ly. The present frnnchlso expires tho
latter part of this year.
Ofileo days for Madison County
Farm Demonstrator, A. G. Georgo,
have been established at Norfolk, Til
den nnd Mndlson?- whero farmers may
recolvo any Information or advloo
Federal Judges Martin J. Wade, T.
C. Munger and W. I. Smith, Bitting ns
a chancery court in Omaha, granted
tho Rock Island railroad a temporary
Injunction restraining tho state rail
way commission from enforcing tho
2-cent-a-mllo law, thereby giving tho
road power to raise its Intrastate pas
senger faro to 3 cents a mile.
A total of 2,858 cars of live stock,
tho Bocond largest number in tho his
tory of the South Omaha yards for a
single week, were received last week.
The record for a alnglo week was
made last month, ending January 22,
when a total of 2.0S8 cms wero mar
keted. Cnttlo receipts for tho week
wero 20,012 head; hogs, 100,415;
Drnlnngo Distilct No. 1 In Rich
ardson county, will soon adver
tise for $20,000 worth of exca
vating to enlarge a ditch near tho
mouth of tho Nemaha river on tho
Rulo bottom. Somo of the land own
ers on tho bottom had brought suit to
compel tho drainage board to build a
lnveo that was 'part of tho original
plan, but had been changed by tho
board. Tho court hold that tho board
had a right to make the change and
dismissed the suit off tho land owners.
Tho stockholders of tho Wuo
Springs Farmers' Elevator company,
who recolved a dividend of 100 per
cent on their stock nt their recent an
mini meeting, nro receiving n second
dividend of tho snme amount, making
n total of $50 distributed to each of
tho eighty-four stockholders slnco
Fifty members of the state nssocla.
tlon of commercial clubs held nn en
thusiastic convention In Hnstlngs last
week. The nssoclntlon went on record
as fnvorlns tho drafting of a bill for
n stnte hlghwny commission and ono
for n stnte publicity fund. Water
power development, Missouri rivor
navigation nnd tho drnlnngo undertak
ing nt Iloldrego were also given In
dorsements bv the organization. Tho
nssoclntlon will hold their next meet
ing In Omnha Mny 21 and 25.
"Jnck" Boom, famous trapper and
hunter, organized a successful wolf
hunt In Center precinct, Cass county,
which covered twenty-four sections
nnd In which 400 men participated.
Tho hunters wero successful, killing
eight out of twelve wolves scon.
Charley Peters used tho scissors
hold and won In straight falls at Pa
pillion from Fred Schmnrder, a heavy
weight wrestler, who halls from
Louisville. The first fall took seven
minutes nnd tho second fall four min
utes. A checking up or the recent ro
vlval effort In Fremont shows that a
total of 1,115 persons were converted
nnd Hint a total of $1,000 was paid
Rovlvallst llayhurn for his work.
Tho elevators nnc mill of Hoi
drege aro now 105 cars short of tholr
needs. Ono elevator hns been oblig
ed to stop buying grain several tlmos
recently. Slnco the first of tho year
thero have been fifty-five cars of
grain shipped from Iloldrego This Is
about one-third of tho amount that
would have been shipped hnd cars
CIMzens of Waco recently celebrat
ed the opening of their new electric
Tho Frank Tooley farm, located
near Central City, was sold recently
for a consideration of $175 per acre.
Tho Hustings city council Is adver
Using for bids to bo opened March
13th for ton and a linlf miles of street
A big wolf- hunt was held nenr
West Point Inst week. The ground
covered by the hunters was approxi
mately thirty sections. A number of
wolves wero dislodged and two wero
M. E. Crosser, who succeeded F.
M. ilimtor as superintendent of tho
Norfolk schools several curs ago,
has notified tho Hoard of Education
that ho will not bo nn applicant for
Twenty-eight head of horses were
shipped in a special palace stock cat
by express from Hrlstow to llo-tfon,
Mass, recently. This Is the first cat
or horses to bo shipped from that ter
ritory by express.
The three municipal wells nt Falls
City wero found to bo contaminated
with surfneo drainage nnd decayed
vegetable matter, through tests rmtdu
by the stnte bacteriological biireua.
Probably new wells will he sunk.
A two-section slate aid bridge will
bo constructed across the Platto river
nt Sutherland early this spilug. Tho
cost will be $20,118. Each section will
lie 250 feet long. There will be 11
1,100-foot fall between the two sec
tions. A gravel pit which will no doubt
piovo or great value to the Noith
western rnihond, has been dlscoveied
nt llristow. This gravel pit Is neatly
100 iods long nnd 10 rods wide with
an nveragu depth of gravel of about
E. S. Davis, for several yenrs post
mnster nt North Platte, has been suc
ceeded by P. II. McEvoy, administra
tion appointee. McEvoy's appointment
wns confirmed by tho nonnto Decem
ber 17, but his commission has Just
A contract for plnns nnd specifica
tions for tho new hotel to bo built at
a cost of $200,000 In Fremont has
been let. Work of prcpnrlng tho site
for the structure has been stnrtod.
The building will bo cither four or
flvo stories In height.
Eugono T. Westervelt, editor of the
Scott's Bluff nepubllcnn, has an
nounced thnt he will be a candidate
for ono of tho delegates from tho
Sixth district to tho republican na
tional convention at Chicago. Ills pe
tition will bo filed shortly.
Approximately six hundred dollnrs
will bo required for tho corn nnd
poultry raising contests to be con
ducted this summer and to stngo the
shows to bo held next December In
Hentrico by the Gngo County Crop
Petitions nro being circulated nt
Wymoro nsklng the board of education
to call a special election for the pur
poso of Issuing $15,000 bonds, $10,000
to be used In the construction of a
now school building nnd the balance
to rcpnlr tho old building.
What was probably tho top price
for unimproved farm land In Nebraska
was paid when Jacob Purbaugh
taught 100 ncres near Havelock of R
E. Mooro of Lincoln. The price paid
wnB $250 per aero and was a part ol
nn unbroken tract of 1,920 acres.
Tho operation of tho Scottsbluff
factory for the year Just closed made
necessary tho handling of moro than
10,000 carloads of freight, which Is a
large factor In making the city of
Scottsbluff second to Omaha and Lin
coln only In point, or freight enrnlngs.
Tho first racing meet of the New
Nebraska Midway racing circuit will
bo held nt the Douglas county fnlt
grounds nt Benson. Juno 8, 9 and 10.
Meets will be held nt Nebraska City
Juno 1.1, 14 nnd 15; Auburn Juno 20,
21 and 22; Aurora June 27, 28 nnd 29;
nnd Kenmey July .1, 4 nnd 5.
About ono hundred and fifty busl
neps men of Columbus nt tended n
banquet recently given by the Y. M
C. A In celebration of the pnyment
of the last of tho building debt nnd ol
tho deficits that have been accumu
lating for tho pnst snvornl years. The
occasion wns tho ninth anniversary of
the first subscription made for the
building or tho Y. M. C. A. In Colum
bus Sarpy county wolf hunters, number
1ng about 100, killed one woir in tholr
chnso a fow days ago. Tho hunters
Bald they saw fifteen big wolves, but
tho lino was stretched out so thin
that tho animals slipped through and
Contract has been let for tho stato
nld brldgo at Schuyler, between Col
fax and Butler counties to tho Elk
hart Construction Co. of Elkhart, Ind.,
Its bid being $51,500 for four 17C-fonl
Btcol spans to he attached to the
present six spans.
Flro of an unknown origin destroy
ed threo storo buildings at Odoll thr
other day, entailing a loss of nboul
Tho crop census of tho North Plattr
Nebraska Wyoming Irrigation project
rocently completed by tho United
StntcB reclamation sorvlco showi
that during tho pnat year OB.ll'.C
acres wero cropped and a total vnluc
of $1,20,010, or an nvornge of $18.55
per ncro wn3 icallzed. The most val
uable crop wns sugar beets, return!
showing $537,041, from 7,872 acres, o
$03,30 per ncro.
NEED THIS FAMOUS
Thousands of womon who nro now
blessed with robust henlth cannot un
derstand why thousands of other wom
en contlnuo to worry and suffer from
ailments peculiar to women whim they
can obtain for a trilling num Dr.
Plorco'a Favorlto Prescription which;
will surely and quickly bnulsh nil
pain, dlstrusa and mlsory nnd rostoro
tho womanly functions to health.
This prescription of Dr. Pierce's ex
tracted from roots and horbB Is n tem
To got rid of Irregularities, or ca
tarrhal condition, to avoid pnln at cer
tain times, to ovorcomo Irrltnblllty
and weakness, wnsto no tlmo, but get
Dr. Plerco'fl Favorlto Prescription In
liquid or tablet form this very day.
First Hoy -My puw says Iio'h alck
over paying his Incomo tax.
Second boy (proudly) Woll, bo
ought to he llko my paw. Ho says ho
doesn't havo to pay any. Judgo.
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To Imll pint ol Trnter nda 1 07.. liny Rum,
utimll liox of Hut bo Compound, nnd U or. ot
glycerine Apply lo tint lmlr twloo n week
mi til It becomes llio desired fdmdtt Any dru
i;lst can put 1I1U up or otl can mix It nt
liuiim at er.v little out. It will grmlunlly
diuKcii Mmikrd, fndol grny lmlr, and re
moves dnndriill. It In im-ollctil for fulllni;
halt iitid will umlcc lmrxli Imlrnofl mid iloiy.
It will not color tint K-nlp, Is not btlcl.y ot
Kruusy. mid docs not rub oil. Adr
Long In Secret Service.
William J Flynn, chief of tho fed
eral secret service, tho man responsi
ble for unearthing thu alleged foreign
spy Hystem, Is a untlvo of Now York,
nnd, save for six mouths, has been In
tho government service slnco 1897.
During 1910-1911 ho reorganized tho
Now Y01I; detective bureau unit then
returned to government service. Ho
began life us u plumber, but ehurlshed
a desire to bo n detective. Soon nftor
being nppolnted to tho secret service
ho became u division chief nnd was as
signed to the Pittsburgh division. He
wns transfuired to New York In 1900
nnd Inter wns assigned to tho task of
safeguarding tho Russian and Jnp
nncse peace commissioners nt Ports
mouth. Perfectly Apparent.
"Ho bonsts that ho Is a solt-nlndo
"Ho shouldn't. It's unnecessary.
Anybody can see that bo's not tho
work of nn expert."
"I havo bought n now sloopy-hollow
chnlr for tho parlor."
"Pop, Is that for ho carpet's nap?"
You may do things as well us others
If you try.
Treading on othor pcoplo's toos will
never got you very far.
you would build for efficient service now and (or gen
erations to come.
The "Road to Wellville" is built that way. And the
password to that road is "right living," in which food
and drink play such a big part
More and more people are waking up to the need
of banishing from the dietary heavy, indigestible foods,
and food deficient in the vitalizing mineral salts. Food
scientists now hold that the lack of these elements is
one of the chief causes of a long list of ills, including
anemia, constipation, nervous prostration, kidney
trouble, and so on.
Long ago a food now famous was devised to
make up for this lack, and it does it admirably.
That food is
Made of whole wheat and barley, it contains all the
nutrition of the grain, including those vital elements
phosphate of potash, etc. which are indispensable for
perfect balance of body, brain and nerves, and for
warding off disease.
This food comes ready to eat, is economical, and
delicious, Digests quickly generally in about one
hour and is full of health-making goodness.
A ration of Grape-Nuts along with other food Jias
started thousands on the "Road to Wellville."
NEWEST IN CHEMISTRY
This Is a recent discovery of Doctor
Pierce, bond of tho Invalids' Hotol,
Buffalo, N, Y. Experiments for sov
oral years proved that thero Is no
othor eliminator of uric ucld compa
rable For thoso easily recognized
symptoms of Inflammation ns back
acho, scalding urlno nnd frequont url
nntlon, ns woll ns sediment In tho
urlno, or If uric ncld la tho blood has
caused rheumatism, "Auurlo" nets
quickly. In rheumatism of tho Joints,
In gravel and gout, Invnriably tho
pains nnd stiffness which so frequently
nnd persistently accompany tho dis
ease rapidly disappear.
Send Dr. Plorco 10c for Inrgo trial
package. Full treatment 60c. All
WOMAN'S WORK IN THE WORLD
Activities of the "Weaker Sax" Proml
nent Along Practically All Lines
Moro women nro employed In tho
manufacture of clothing than any oth
or Industry in Pennsylvania.
Tho Duchess of Norfolk has a col
lection of parasols or all countries,
said to ho worth $2,500.
Two thousand women will servo ns
Judges nnd clerks of election In Chi
cago this year, for which they will re
ceive $7 per day.
Thousands of womon havo boon
thi own out of work In MnssnchusottB
since tho operation of tho minimum
wago Inw went Into effect.
Tho first savings bank was Insti
tuted by n woman, Prlscllln Wakolleld,
who Inaugurated a bank scheme for
tho encouragement of thrift umong
children of Tottenham toward tho ond
of tho eighteenth century.
A remnrkublo translation or Nich
olas Stnthnm'B "Abridgement of Law,"
nn old English book, which hns bat
tled translators for years, hns Just
been completed by Mrs. Mnrgnrot C.
Kllugensmlth, n member of tho Penn
sylvania bar. It took Mrs. Kllngcn
smith fifteen yenrs to completo tho
translation, which will bo published
In tho near fnturo.
Had the Evidence.
In attempting to carvo a fowl one
day an American Bottler found consid
erable difficulty In separating Its
Joints, and oxclalmod against tho man
who had sold him an old hurt for a
"My dear," said tho onraged man's
wlfo, "don't talk so much about tha
agod and respectable Mr. U.; ho sowod
tho first patch of corn that was plant
ed In our town."
"I know that," said tho husband,
"and I boltovo this hen scratched It
Porhaps a man can wrlto a sensible
lovo lottor, but ho novor doos.
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