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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1909)
PREVENTING PAINT TROUBLES
It's easy enough to recognize the
symptoms of peer paint, after it has
been on awhile after its inherent
tendency to crack and peel and seal
and blister, etc, has developed Into
trouble. Yon know these paint "dis
eases" usually indicate adulteration
or substitution in the paint materials.
And yon know the only remedy Is re
paintins. t A Inlle knowledge of paint and
paintios requirements, and how to
made sure of the purity and quality
of materials, would prevent all trou
ble, and save the bis extra expense of
re-painting; Just as a proper knowt
"edge of simple health-laws, and ob
. servar.ee of them. preTents sickness.
A complete painting guide, includ
ing a book of color schemes, specifi
cations for all kinds of painting work,
and an instrument for detecting adul
teration in paint materials, with di
rections for using It. can be had free
by writing National Lead Co, 1903
Trinity Bldg, New York, and asking
tor Honseowner's Painting Outfit
A Tery simple guide in the par
chase of white lead (the only sure
and safe paint material) is the fa
mous "Dutch Boy Painter" trademark;
that trademark is an absolute guaran
tee of parity and quality.
DOUBTED TALES OF SCIENTIST.
Scotsman's Summing Up of Character
of Man of Learning.
Sir Archibald Geikie. the distin
guished geologist, who will probably
succeed Lord Rayleigh as president of
the Royal society, tells a pood story
In his capital book of 'Scottish Remi
niscences." "I was quite sure you had been In
our neighborhood a friend said to
Sir Archibald. "I met the old farm
er of G . who had a strange tale to
" "Dod. Mr. Call heart." he began. I
ran across the queerest body the other
day. As I was coming by the head of
the cleugh I thocht I heard a wheen
tinkers quarreUn. but when I lookit
down there was ae wee stoot man.
Whites be was chappin the rocks wl a
hammer, whiles he was writin In a
book, whiles fetchin with the thorns
and miscaln them for a that was bad.
When he cam up frae the burn, him
aad me had a large confab. Dod! he
tetrt me a' about the sianes. and boo
they showed that Scotland was ance
like Greenland, smoored In ice. A
very eatertainin body, Mr. Caitheart,
but an awful", awful" leear." Tit-Bits.
Why Sh Shut Down.
"A charming gentleman, about four
years eld. used to pass my house ever?
day on his way to kindergarten." said
a lady, "and in course of time I made
his acquaintance and gar a penny to
aim each morning when we parted.
"Eventually his mother requested
me not to give any more money to
him. The next morning I did not pre
sent the usual penny. He did not seem
to notice the omission. The succeed
ing day. when the penny was not
gives to him he said nothing. But on
the morning of the third day. when the
penny was not forthcoming, he sidled
up to me and whispered: 'What's the
tatter. Aint your husband working?
She Had Tested the Oyster.
Dora, the pet of the household, was
very fond of oysters, and after eating
her lunch of oysters and crackers she
thought of her dear mother busy at her
sewing machine. She selected a nice
large oyster, put It in a plate and car
ried it to her mother, who. pleased
with her little daughter's thoughtful-
aess, ate the oyster and said:
"It is most as good as my little
"Tes," answered Dora. "I know It is
good 'cause I licked it all the way from
the kitchen." The Delineator.
She Earned It.
Mabel liked candy. However, she
was not allowed nearly as much as
she would like. One day her father
told her that she could hare three
pieces it she would kiss a visitor who
was coming to dinner. As soon as the
front door was opened she rushed up
and implanted the kiss with much
gusto, and then turned to her father.
"Now, papa, give me the candy for
Two-thirds of a cup of butter, two
cups of sugar, one cup of sweet milk,
four eggs, whites and yolks, beaten
separately, one cup mashed potatoes.
one cup of chopped raisins, one cup
vf ground chocolate, two cups cf Sour
(well sifted), two teaspoonfuls cf bat
ting powder, one teaspoonful of vanilla,
(half teaspoonful cf nutmeg. Bake 40
'minutes in slow oven. When col"
One quart of sweet milk, two table
spoons of cornstarch or flour, yolks cf
four eggs, scald the milk, stir in tho
suzar, eggs and starch and dissolve in
milk. When thick, put in a puddin:
dish and set in the oven while you
whip the whites with powdered sugar
to make meringue. Put on top the
pudding and set in the oven a minute
three pounds white sugar, one pint
milk, butter sise of an egg, one cocoa
nut may be used; two teaspoonfuls
lemon. Boil slowly until stiff, thin t
a cream, pour into shallow pana, and
when partly cold cut in squares.
One-half cup sugar, four Ub'.espoons
nwlt?d butter or drippings, one-half
:cup molasses, one teaspoonful soda in
(one-half cup sour milk. 24 cups flour.
Add spice and salt and raisins if liked.
Tttake slowly in a loaf.
CAPITAL CITY NEWS
ITEMS OF INTEREST AROUNDTHE
- STATE HOUSE.
THE WORK OF THE LAW MAKERS
Legislative Facts and Gossip News
of the State Capital.
Bank Guaranty Bill Passes.
The house concurred in the senate
amendments to the bank bill. Taylor
of Custer, aided by republican votes.
made a hard fight on three sections,
but was finally beaten by a vote of 43
to S3. The senate amendments were
adopted with only twenty votes
against them, one of these a democrat.
TLe bank bill as amended in the
senate was concurred in by the house
Monday afternoon and goes now to
tho governor for his signature. Of
that the bill is assured for in confer
ence the governor said that although
the bill was not entirely to his liking
ho was willing to take it as the best
that could be done under the circum
stances. Thus the most important
legislation that the democrats were
sent in overwhelming numbers to
the legislature to put through is out
of the way and so good do the demo
crats feel that there is every reason
for believing that adjournment will
filially take place before April 1. The
joint committee Monday agreed to
Taylor of Custer appeared as the
etief champion against adopting the
senate amendments to the guarantee
bill. Opposed to him were all the
wise members of the banking com
mittee which framed the bill. Taylor
had the solid following of the repub-
rans save four who voted against
the motion made by Taylor not to
concur in the senate amendments on
ree sections. With them went
n i eteen democrats who believed as
Taylor did that the amendments ha
ointed out weakened the measure.
The vote on not concurring in the
E- ate stood 43 to 53 and they were
adopted as sent from the senate. On
concurrence in the senate amendcv?u!s
ocly twenty votes were cast in the
negative, nineteen of these beings re
puLlicans and one a democrat.
The bill as it goes to the governor
wakes no changes in the composition
of the banking board from what it
was arranged by the committee. The
bo&rd is still to be composed of three
u-cmbers, the governor, the attorney
general, and the auditor. The gov
ernor is to have practically all the
power of direction and appointment.
Signed by the Governor.
Governor Shallenberger has signed
the following bills:
S. F. 163. by Buck Changing the
test for solids in cider vinegar from
to per cent to 1 6-10 per cent.
S. F. 76. by Miller State deed to
quiet title in the city of Lincoln to
1L R. 39. by Kelly To reimburse
soldiers of state homes for any pen
son money taken by the state.
H. R- 114, by Carr Appropriating i
$15,000 for a state experimental farm
in northwestern Nebraska.
H. R. 126. by Hector Appropriaitng
library fees of the Peru state normal
for the purchase of books.
H. R. 16S. by Bushee Holders of
bonds in irrigation districts to have
a right to sue to test the validity of
H. R 235. by Clark Fixing the sal
ary of deputy secretary of state at
$1.S00 a year.
H. R. 70. by Case To license nurses.
Omaha Charter Passed.
Almost simultaneously, the depos
itors guaranty banking bill and the
home rule Omaha charter, were rati
fied by both the branches of the legis
lature Friday. The banking bill
which originated in the house was
passed by the senate by a vote of 25
lO 6 and the Omaha Charter bill.
ich originated In the senate, was
passed in the bouse by a vote of 7S
to 13. The totter bill was passed with
the emergency clause and the people
of the metropolis may vote this spring
directly to elect their city engineer
and the members of their fire and
police board. Candidates for these
offices may file by petition during the
next two weeks and may be placed
upon the official ballot as independent
Sleeping Car Rate Unchanged.
King's biil. senate file No. 69. for a
reduction of rates on sleeping cars,
was unearthed by Tanner's committee
on miscellaneous corporations for rhe
purpose of killing it. The committee
has had charge cf the bill since early
in the session but had never made a
report. It recommended that the bill
be indefinitely postponed and the re
port was adopted after King's motion
not to concur had been defeated.
Signed by the Governor.
Governor Shallenberger Wednesday
signed the following bills:
S. F. No. 13. by Tibbetts Regu
lating and legalizing acknowledgement
of deeds before commissioners of
deeds outside of Nebraska
H. R. No. 11, by Taylor of York
Designating the records to be kept by
H. R. No. 357 Appropriating $10.
000 for. the construction or a barn
and the purchase of horses and har
ness for the Kearney industrial school
for bo vs.
The committee on finance, "ways
and means reported for the general
fie eight of the appropriation bills,
offering amendments to none of
them. They are as follows:
H. R. No. 257, by Gates, $3,000 for
cement walls for the sh ponds at
H. R. No. 270, by Blystone, $1,000
for furniture, etc., for the G. A. li
ft. om at the state house.
H. R. 189. by Skeen, $40,000 to
complete and equip the administra
tion building and complete the library
building at the Peru normal.
H. R- No. 369, by the committee on
fish and game. $2,000 for the Cherry
county fish hatchery.
H. R. No. 397, by Taylor of Hitch
cock, $525 for surveying the Fifth
guide meridian through Dundy county.
H. R. No. 123, by Bushee. et al,
$75,000 to assist weak school districts
to maintain five months school.
H. R. No. 57, by Begole, $70,000 for
two buildings at the Beatrice insti
tute for feeble minded.
H. R. No. 133, by Armstrong, $50,
000 for a wing for the Kearney nor
The committee of the whole recom
mended for passage S. F. No. 396. by
Miller, to require 86 per cent purity
in linseed oil; S. F. No. 353, by Lav
erty, defining the right of two or
more irrigation ditches, intended to
apportion the cost of the Salt creek
drainage ditch along the entire ditch;
S. F. No. 267 by Ollis. providing that
when the license in question is sub
mitted to a vote of the people of a
city the propositions to be voted upon
shall be " For license," and "Against
Favor Variable Sentence Plan.
The indeterminate sentence meas
ure of Senator Brown passed the state
senate Thursday. Two years ago a
similar measure was killed in the leg
islature, but the upper house has now
passed the bill without any opposing
votes. The measure provides that all
district court judges shall give every
man the minimum penalty of the law
when he is sentenced. When the sen
tence is n earing its end the judge who
gave the sentence and the warden of
penitentiary shall decide whether or
not the prisoner shall remain longer.
in acocrdance with his prison record.
Other bills that were passed by the.
senate Friday follow: .
H. R. Xo. 12$. by Lawrence Pro
viding for revising the state militia
code, in accordance with the national
S. F. No. 326. by Raymond Provid
ing that water canals shall be placed,
under the control of irrigation boards
and be subject to the same regulations
as smaller ditches.
Not Later Than March 3d. .
The committee from the house to
fix the time of adjournment of the
session met that appointed by the
senate Thursday and an informal dis
cussion of the end of the session , was
indulged in. It was decided to name
the date of final adjournment within
a day or so. The sense of the joint
committee was that the session should
adjourn finally not later than March
30. The joint committee adjourned till
Senator Majors of Nemaha is one
of the farmers of the joint committee
who has had a sniff of growing grass
and who longs with an intense longing
j to gct between the plow handles. All
the committeemen talked enthusias
tically of what they term an early
adjournment, not one that will leave
work undone, but one that can be
taken not later than the last day of
March. Some who are not members
of the committee laugn. loud and hi
lariously when they hear cf this talk
of an "early adjournment," or a "busi
ness like session." Some of the mem
bers say that adjournment before the
first week in April is impossible.
No Saloons at Fort Crook.
Governor Shallenberger vetoed the
Gates bill Saturday afternoon, thus
kneping away from Fort Crook the sa-.
i loons that are now located about two.
j ;nes from the post. The bill had"
ussmI both hnnsos hv substantial ma-
j iorities on the plea that the people of
I Fort Crook were tired of contending
wi,h drunken soldiers. If the saloon!
" va3 to exist the people wanted it
I laced near the fort so that the sol
diers would not interfere with the
civilians. This necessitated the repeal
r.f the present law, which prohibits
the location cf a saloon within two
tuiles of a military post.
Convicts Net to Work cn Roads.
The house put itself on record
Thursday morning against tne em-,
ployment cf convicts on roads. Boelt'a
bill providing that the convicts be
sent out to work the roads whenevei
county commissioners should requestj
them was reported for indefinite post
Daniel Webster Bolets immediately
began to Websterize. He wanted tha
bouse to turn down tho committee re?
port and place the bill. H. R. 27S. on
the general file.
Kick Against Burlington.
C. A. Fowler of DeWitt has filed
with the state railway commission
a complaint against tbe Chicago, Bur-,
lington & Quincy railroad because ot
its work in diminishing the size of the
outlets for the flood waters of Turkey;
creek. The waters of this creek back
up in flood time and cause much dam
age. The complainant insists that
tbe railroad embankment and tbe
small openings through it are respon
sible for this condition. The matter'
will be investigated by one or more!
of the commissioners.
BACKACHE IS KIDNEYACHE.
Usually There Are Other Troubles to
Pain in the back Is pain in the kid
neys, in most cases, and it points to
the need of a spe
cial remedy to re
lieve and cure the
congestion or In
flammation of the
kidneys that is In
terfering with their
work and causing
that pain that
makes yon say:
"Oh, my back."
nurse, 420 N. 23d
St, Parsons, Kans.,
says: For some time I was an
noyed with sharp twinges across the
small of my back and irregular pas
sages of the kidney secretions. Since
nsing Doan's Kidney Pills I am free
from these troubles."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Fbster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. T.
Doctor Monk Did those mustard
plasters that I left seem to relieve the
pains in your chest to any consider
Ostrich Well, no: I cant say that
they have; but (apologetically) I've
eaten only five of them!
COVERED WITH HIVES.
Child a Mass of Dreadful Sore, Itch
ing, Irritating Humor for 2 Months
Little Sufferer in Terrible Plight.
Disease Cured by Cuticura.
"My six year old daughter had the
dreadful disease called hives for two
months. She became affected by play
ing with children who had it. By
scratching she caused large sores
which were irritating. Her body was
a complete sore hut it was worse on
her arms and back. We employed a
physician who left medicine but it did
not help her and I tried several reme
dies but without avail. Seeing the
Cuticura Remedies advertised.
thought I would try them. I gave her
a hot bath daily with Cuticura Soap
and anointed her body with Cuticura
Ointment. The first treatment re
lieved the itching and in a short time
the disease disappeared. Mrs. George
Tu. Fridhoff, Warren, Mich, June
and July 13, 190S."
Potter Drcc a Ckem. Corp, Sta Pivpa, Boar on
In a Canadian town a few days ago
a dry goods firm was burned out in
the morning. In the afternoon a com
peting firm inserted the following ad
vertisement in a local paper:
"We desire to extend our sympathy
to our respected competitors in, their
loss by fire and to express the hope
that their affairs may soon be so ad
justed as to enable them to continue
business without undue loss of time.'
"How was your speech received at
the club?" asked one . of Chumley's
friends as they walked along the
Broadway at Hamersmith. "Why,
they congratulated me very heartily.
In fact, one of the members came to
me and told me that when I sat down
he had said to himself it was the
best thing I had ever done." Tit-Eita.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
mm miim iD soniv dfsliOT tbe sense at
ud nmpWMr dtram the whole srstam when
mtfrmc tnroasn tiM nraeous sattecea. Such
nines afcoafcl Berrr be used extent an prcernp-
uons from reputable phyrtrtene. as tfee damace tbey
vUl do ts tea fold to tbe good yoa can potaibty de
rive from taem. Hairs calami UR namuinana
In F. -I Chener A Co. Tattoo. 0 cantatas DO
cary. aad rj taken hueraaUy. acting directly upon
(1m, hlnrai mnd nnHM mrfim of tbe SVStem.
borne Hairs Catana Cure be sure you crt the
rename. It Is taken mteraaDy and made m Toledo,
Ohio, by r. j. Carney " uo. -lesuaooju nxe.
Sold by Drncnsts. Price. 73c per bottle.
Hake Hall's Family Pius tor constlpntinn,
Bank Balance and Independence.
Business women have evolved the
Idea of saving, and the thrifty incen
tive was not inspired by their broth
ers, but rather envelops the girl with
pendence which evolves th-. girl with
$300 or $400 to her credit and spurs
her on to add more and mure to the
Cure That Cold To-Day.
Nearlv all drusgists and dealers now
have in stock Lane's Pleasant Tablets (lax
ative), for Colds and Grip, and thev will
break np a cold quicker than any other
remedy. A trial will convince you, as it
has thousands of others. Avoid suffering
and save doctors' bills bv ordering to-day.
23 cents a box. Sample free. Address
Orator F. Woodward, Le Roy, N. Y.
Hard to Get
Junior Partner -I'm going to adver
tise for an honest man.
Senior Partner Tell the newspaper
people that we want the "ad" to run
for a year or two. New Orleans Picay
ImDortant to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
C ASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and' children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A Cold Deal.
"And so he made a cool million?"
"Yep, cornered the ice market."
Picture a bakery costing $1,000,000.
Think of white tile ovens on the top floor-
flooded by sunshine.
Then, the triple-sealed protection packages
These are the 20th Century Soda Crackers.
You can always be sure they wul be fresh
and crisp flaky and whole
I Yet they cost no more than the old kind .
Takoma Biscuit are at your grocer's in 5c p.
gjf'A and 10c packages. Try them. p
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SPOBI KEOICAL CO..
Bntlei1 Pardon this Intferraptlon.
bnt there is a deputation of unem
ployed waiting for yoa at the door.
His Excellency Tell the people to
So home quietly. (Drains a glass of
champagne.) People in this world can
get on very well without work at
least I find it so.
Snsie Oh, mamma! Ill never dis
obey yoa again.
Mamma Why. Susie, what have
Susie Well, I drank my milk at
the milk said to the nlckle n4 nnt!l
and the pickle said. T won't" and
they are having an awful time!"
What a Woman Will Not Do
There is nothing a woman would not do
to reeain her lost beauty, t-he ought to be
fully as zealous in preserving tier good ;
looks. The herb drink called -Lane a am-
ily Medicine or Lane's Tea is the most ef
ficient aid in preserving a beautiful skin,
and will do more than anything else to re
store the roses to faded cheeks. At ail
druggists' and dealers', 25c
"Meeker tells me that he wants
"Is Meeker interested in crimin
ology?" ' "No; his wife is in the habit of cuff
ing him on the ear."
Dad Do you know what happens to
little boys that tell lies?
Tad Yep.- If they tell good ones,
they get away with it. Cleveland
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Do You Lore Your
Then protect it from its daa
gcrs of croup to wbica every
child is subject. Keep
in Tour home all!e :i jom't
ready fear the saddea inifii ot
aad colds. Keglect Bay cost yes ta
life of rbutl. It's safest io be
oa jomx guard.
Dr. TX Jzyne's Hxpectorast a ts
best remedr inosi tar crosp; at gfxa
Sold totrmmchm m Sn trrr ioda
. SI. 00. 50c 2Se
Live Stock and MrarrT aneoc
Io great variety for sale
at the lowest prices by
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73 W. AOmsna St, CHICAGO
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