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THIRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR AKD
To bo hold nt Omiihu August 27 Sep-
torn bur 5, 1800.
Will certainly bo tho GREATEST
STATE FAIR r.Ycr bcltt
KEIIRASKA IS HERSELF AGAIN,
and those who bnve retained confidence
are now rewarded hy a bountlfiri har
vest, nnd all tho people, by prudent
care, are able to attend this fair.
The grounds at tho
"WHITE CITY OF THE WEST"
have lost all disagreeable features in
cldcnt to their newness last year and
arc in good shape.
In addition to the best
AND LIVE STOCK
exhibits, special attractions in speed
program and raro musical programs
hare been arranged. The
Trill glvo free entcrtainmenton the fair
ground, Friday, September 4th 1,000
yoIccs 5 bands of music all of r&ra
will celebrate tho FEAST OF OLYM
PIA. Grand parades each night Sep
tember 1st to 6th inclusive, in the city,
and special attractions at the theatres.
THE FREMONT, ELKHORN AND
MISSOURI VALLEY R. R. COMPA
NY have made special provision to take
care of tho people along1 their line by
additional train service, and by extra
facilities at torminala,
Tho low rate of ONE FAIR FOR
THE ROUND TRIP, plus 50 cents ad
mission, will be made. Handbills ad
vertising time of special trains and ad
ditional attractions will bo issued
HO ONJ3 CAN' AFFORD TO MISS TlflS
Harper's Bazar of August 1st con
tains a thoughtful article on Bryn
Mawr College, written by Mrs. Agnes
Bailey Ornisbce. Thero is also a
sprightly account by John Corbln of
an on-looker's share in one of the
races at the recent nenley regatta,
with an illustration of the scene of the
race. In fiction there is a humorous
short story entitled "A Violin Case,"
by Margaret Sutton Briscoe.
IInU Catarrh Cure
Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c
IHHWIJHIIIIIIWI B BOWBMWOata
IN WOMAN'S CORNER.
Kohlspring "Did you read that des
cription Wiggins gave of the formation
of a tornado? Something about' a
vacuum into which currents of air were
Clint Onstrete "Oh, VViggins made
that up out of his own head." Buffalo
I beliovo mr prompt use of Piso's Cun
prevented quick consumption. llrs. Lucy
Wallace, Marquette, Kans., Doe. 12, lb'jj.
To Rpinove Grease Spot.
A kerosene oil stain evaporates after
a time, leaving scarcely a trace behind.
If you wish to hasten the process covei
tho spot with wheat flour, leave if for
twenty-four hours, brush oft the flour,
,and repeat if necessary. To removo a
,grease spot from the leaf of a book
'cover thp blemish with finely-powdered
'French chalk, brush it off, and repeal
the process until the spot disappears.
If the llnby is Cutting Tcotn.
nn and im that old and well-tried remedy, Una.
ITanow'i SooTawo Slier for Children Toethlnjc-
Mrs. Catherwood begins a new story
In tho August Atlantic "Tho Spirit ol
an Illinois Town," in the first install-
ment of which there is a stirring pic
'turo of tho vigorous beginning of a
prairie city. Those who prefer our
(home-made romances to tales of other
lands and times will find in this ardent
love story a justification of their pre
ference. How to Qrow 40c Wheat.
Salzer's Fall Seed Catalogue tells
you. It's worth thousands to the
wideawake farmer. Send 4-cent stump
for catalogue and free samples of
grains and grasses for fall sowing.
John A Salzer Seed Co., LaCrosse,
A dollar is worth more every day; don't
throw money away so readily.
With a better understanding' of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
cickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which tho pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed bo highly by all
who valuo good health. Its beneficial
effects are duo to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating tho
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
jf in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but If In need of a laxative,
one should havo tho bqst, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
1ued and .rlves most general satisfaction.
INTERESTING READING FOR
DAMES AND DAMSELS.
Hams I'nslitnii nt the Sen-Shorn Cur
rent Notes of tho Model Hinl Illnti
for tho L'p-to-Dnto Housekeeper,
All HARBOR Is
tho scone of unu
sual gaiety this
season, owing to
tho influx of socie
ty people, who know
to tho full nil tho
delights of tho
beach and bathing.
Perhaps at no
other resort can bo
bathing costumes, many of them bi
zarre beyond words, and others dainty
enough for tho wearing of any hollo.
Tho fashion of dawdling on tho beach
in bathing clothes, of lolling on tho
sands for hours, with no idea of enter
ing tho water, reminds ono of gay Trou
ville or Dieppe, where tho bath dress 1b
only an excuse for nn exhibition of tho
form and not at all for use.
The girl who prepares herself for a
genuine tussle with the waves Is quite
a different creature from this fluttering
butterfly, who poses for admiration.
Sho equips herself ns for battle, with
no fly-away toggery and not a useless
Her bathing frock is tnllormado,
though it may be of silk, mohair, cra
vonette or flannel.
Thoro is nothing risque in its design,
or Biiggestive in any way. It is built
for use, and not display.
To go with it is a long bath cloak,
full and big enough to envelop tho
border interlaced with violets of forget-me-nots.
Another pretty card is
only two inches square, with just a siu
glo blossom in tho center such as a
roso or chrysnnthemum.
To Cure Iturn.
For burns, tnke equal pnrta of HnBood
oil and llmo water mixed, nnd pour
over tho burn. A rotton or linen cloth
should then bo wrung out of tho mix
ture nnd laid upon tho wound. If this
preparation is used, it will bo found to
removo pain nnd give n great deal of
comfort. Puro glycerine is u most ex
cellent romedy also. When tlrst ap
plied it causes smarting, but this soon
ceases, and tho actual pain from tho
burn Is much relieved. Glycerine la
said to favor rapid healing.. Tho soon
er It is applied after the accident tho
quicker good results will bo obtained.
Thrno Tliluc Forgot.
If you would incrcaso your happiness
nnd prolong your life, forget your
neighbors' faults. Forget all tho slnn
dcr you havo over heard. Forget tho
temptations. Forget the faultfinding
and glvo a little thought to tho causo
which provoked it. Forget tho pecu
liarities of your friends, and only re
member tho good points which malio
you fond of them. Forget all personal
quarrels or histories you may havo
heard by accident, and which, If re
peated, would seem a thousand times
worse than they are. Blot out ns far
as possible all the disagreeables of life;
they will come, but they will only grow
larger when you remember them, nnd
constant thought of the acts of mean
ness makes you more familiar with
them. Obliterate everything disagree
able from yesterday, start out with a
clean sheet for to-dny, nnd writo upon
It for sweet memory's Bake only those
things which arc lovely and lovable.
many times, but they nro ns fnshlon
ablo to-day ns over and show no symp
toms of declining from favor. They nr
moro nnd moro trimmed ruches of
gauze, plnltlngs, light ornnmcntntlons
of all kinds, bows, bendod embroidery
nnd applications of gutpuro. Cnpcs of
silk as well ns other cloth aro embroid
ered In openwork ovor n contrnstlng
lining or n lining of tho snmo color,
but different material. Thero Is qulto
a fancy for combining different goods
of tho Bamo ehado, a now .capo model
bolng composed of mastic cloth em
broidered In oponwork over n silk lin
ing of mastic, tho trimming being ruch
es of mnstlc gauze.
It is now being tho thing to havo tho
hosiery nnd silk pettlcont match tho
gown exactly In color. This is a very
extravagant fashion, for It necessitates
n scpnrnto pottlcoat for ovcry gown and
unlimited supplies of hosiery of nil
An illustration is glvon of a coa
tumo of silk hnvlng a white ground
with eucalyptus grcon nnd pink strlpos.
Tho godct aklrt is plnin. A flgaro bod
lco of white ribbed velvot opens ovor a
chomlsetto of whlto lace, which la re
tained nt tho waist by a narrow bolt
nnd pasto bucklo nnd falls in a fichu
ond upon tho skirt. Tho rovers of
green silk Ho over a lnrgo collar of
white Ince. The bouffant sleeves, which
aro very tight around tho foroarm, nro
of green silk nnd hnvo epaulets of
whlto lace. Bows and choux of green
silk adorn the shoulders.
Old lint Krnoriitoil.
Never throw away old hntB, no mat
tor how dusty or forlorn they may
look. Renovate them. It Is not nearly
so impossible as it seems. For in
stance, tako an old straw or felt hat.
It Is dusty and misshapen. Whisk it
thoroughly and get a hot Iron ready.
I9S5sJSWi J. .. J.JLL1L1 ' ilL'-bl -'illWimPJJll JJI'llUL. J v fJ ;
NEW DUST COAT AND PROTECTING HOOD.
entire figure, which Is worn to the very
edge of the surf, and then held by the
maid until ma bello shall emerge from
tho brine. A dainty cloak Is made of
a coarso blanket of creamy white, bor
dered with bands of plalded scarlet and
white and thick cords of black. It Is
made to fit over tho shoulders, from
where it hangs loose and full, caught
in nt tho waist by a girdlo of tho cord.
A huge hood lined with scarlet plaid
and made smart by a big tassel spreads
over tho back.
The sleeves are big and full, and fin
ished by a full, loose cuff of the plaid.
A broad finish of the plaid sets
around tho foot of the skirt.
Menu cards are nowadays very expen
sive. At one time they were very plain
In design, but the present fashion runs
greatly to-artistic decorations. Tho bill
of a swell dinner must have a dainty
back and front, and decorations In
fruit and flowers aro most favored. At
a dinner recently given in society the
flowers that decorated tho table were
reproduced on tho menu cards, being
especially designed for tho occasion.
Little rural views and pictures of cot
tages in colors and etchings are also
popular, and for theso designs good ar
tlL s are engaged.
All sorts of occasional dinners have
their proper cards. Those given on
yachts are headed with tho proper col
ors, with tho vessel's name underneath,
whllo for hunting parties appropriate
sketches cover tho outEido; and all big
clubs, sporting and social, have special
designs of their own.
Among the different shapes and sizes
tho most popular o a twofold screen
about four inches high n'JJi p y rolled
Color, Hiaps Mini Trlminlntr.
Fashion is now making for herself a
middle course between the two ex
tremes of tightness and bouffancy.
Sleeves and skirts are decidedly mod
erating In size, but have not yet be
come mere .close cases for the limbs.
There is much room for tho excrclso
of individual tasto in color, shape and
trimming. We are not commanded to
wear all brilliant or all dull colors un
der tho penalty of bolng out of date.
Lay tho hat on nu Ironing tablo, placo
a damp cloth over tho brim, press It
thoroughly with the hot Iron, and do
the same with tho crown, and you will
find a crisp, bright, brand now hat-or
Trcntlnc Itunnlii T.enthor.
Russia or brown leather may best bo
treated with ordinary saddlo soap, and
this Is tho method which is recom
mended: Spongo off tho diist, rlnso
out tho sponge In clear water and
squeeze It nearly dry: Then rub into It
as much soap as it will contain; rub
that in turn thoroughly into the
leather, and leave It to dry. Then pol
ish with a chamois, either with or
without tho addition of a little cream.
For Mnnllns nnd Cotton".
Pray remember, all you who wear
muslins and cottons, that If you wish
your garments to look fresh, it will be
necessary to Iron them every day be
foro donning them. It Is troublesome,
but necessary, as nothing looks worse
than a creased and crumpled gown.
One reason for tho popularity of wash
ing bilks is that they aro less llablo to
look "tumbled" than cotton.
Soiled White Shoe.
Soiled white shoes may bo cleaned by
rubbing with dry pipeclay, using an
old tooth or nail brush, rubbing always
with tho grain of tho leather. Or they
may bo first rubbed with deodorized
benzoin, then with a coat of pipeclay,
which should remain on all night, then
Illch Tlinn to Interfere.
"Tho civilized nations of tho world
will surely Interfere in Cuba now," said
the peace-loving man with a shudder.
"Moro barbarity?" asked tho man
who rather liked a good fight.
"Only in prospect," replied tho peace
loving man, "but it will be simply aw
ful if Weyler Is allowed to carry out
his prepent plan."
"They have lot hlra do pretty much
as hi pleased so far."
"Very true. But ho has never at
tempted anything bo atrocious as this,
nnd I find It difficult to bellevo thnt It
will bo permitted."
"What does ho propose to do?"
"Run a trolley line along the trocha."
Everything considered, this Is a very
satisfactory season as far as the ward
robe Is concerned.
Capes continue to be worn In splto of
rumors that thoy are to bo discarded.
Tholr disappearance has been foretold
Impreaied Him Moil.
"How did Buffalo scenery affect
you?" asked the newspaper native of
his visitor, who had Just come in from
a trolley rldo on tho avenues.
"I was very much impressed," was
"I thought you'd be," Bald tho guest,
proudly. "What Impressed you the
"Tho fat woman who was standing
on my too most of the way down."
"So you hnd u chance to pay your
respcols to tho czar when you woro in
Kussiiu You must havo caught cold
up there, for you are fearfully hoarse."
' "Yor 1 spoke with his majesty.
That's why I'm so hoarse."
"How's that? Bid ho glvo you that
"No. You see, I thought I must ad
dreBS him by lilt whole title. Awful
job. Voice gavo out repeatedly. Had
to begin thrco days beforo the timo for
tho Interview. Seemed funny, but
thoro were lots of others going It the
samo time 1 wan. "Truth.
Ily Steamer, Triiln or Hunt?
Which of tlioso havo you toloctcd ns n
mntiut of truvnlr Io mntti-r. Whichever
It Is, rocollaot that for tcii-i('lti(. rtlsot
ders of tho stomach, llvur nnd IjoyvcK en
Koiidarcu hy rough locomotion tuul had fnod
or wntor, uttd (or mtiluilnl lioubles, llostot
tor'n Htomuch Hit tors H Din most uaoful
Mirrlflc you enn tnko with you It It Inval
uable also for rheumatism, kldnoy com
plaint and norvotu trouble.
"Here," said tho person who was fa
miliar with tendencies, "I would mako
a suggestion. Yon havo your character
fall into n brown study. Brown is such
a common color and t.o trylug for tho
ordinary complexion, don't you know."
"This hero papor says w got J
strlckly do nothing congress," tnlfi
Perry PntetUc to his oft tried frlond.
"Well," answered Wayworn WaVl
son, "it is about time the profession
wns represented, I guess." Cincinnati!
Ilrgeinnnuriimnhoi-Ice with Olrcerlna!
The nrlrtnnl nnd only rr-tiulno. Currtampi.nl Mwil
mid Fate, ColiJ Horn, Ac. c. U. Clark Co.,N.lIa3EI
Anion? modern weapon tho tayonet hM
thnuxed least Mnr-o Its lnventlou.
5FITO MoppiM frro ami perminenttv cure-!. Ko
U uftix tint On) uoii nf llr, Kllii(i'H(lri't Kcrro
teMnrrr. Krr Silrml butiln uuii UpuIImi.
Boud to Du.Kuiit. WlAtchBU, ruilaJclpbla, r.
What hoi loioinu of tho o d fnshioned
people who roforrcd to tho dovil as tho old
Beauty's bane is'
the fading or falling
tho hair. Luxuriant
tresses aro far moro to tho
matron than to the maid whose cask!
of charms Is yet vnrlflcd by timt.
Beautiful women will be glad to b
reminded that falling or fading hair
is unknown to those who uso
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
"It's a Good Thing. Push it Along." " H
Why buy a newspaper unless you
can profit by the expense? For 5
cents you can get almost as much
"BATTLE AX" as you can of
other high grade brands for JO cents
Herefs news that will repay you for
the cost of your newspaper to-day.
Those who have $100 to pay for a bicycle buy
Columbias, of course. They are standard. Those
who have not $100 may be tempted by so-called
bicycle bargains unless they know of the reliable
65, 50, 45.
Hartford Bicycles are made In a specially equipped fac
tory, under the direct control and supervision of the
Pope Mfgf. Co. The $65 Hartford is the sort of bicycle
usually listed at $100. The $50 bicycle is 'the sort
usually listed at $80 or more. The $45 boys' and girls'
machines are unequalled value.
Beautiful Art Ctloeue of Columbia and Hartford Bicycle U free If yon call upon any
Columbia Agent ; by mall from ui (or two a-ctnt itampa.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
Branch Storca and Agencies In almost every city and town. If Columbia am not
properly lepresented in your vicinity, let us Know.
Clltaf.i Sts Frta
r cMQ.n. iiuui
I .! MUUII,
I tori. IMS UMI...
. man i T.I.4.. u i
. auottit., nil!
Ptn I.i Clin
IC CII WHD UflUQ and If farm produce.
labor and labor products
doable In price, then metals must also double In pile.
as tbey are 05 labor. If labor doubles In cost and the 1
uct of tbe mine doubles IncosL Aermotors. Pumps. Spiral
;. m..t- r.iinrf. f.-..i. -.. cu. ....... .... .!- .u. '
ripoi 1 iiuii(. v;uuuet. ifuMiuu guuiuuvtuiv wing tuv
Droduct ot tba mine and labor, mutt also double In cost and
price 1 mereiore, your si now will Duy as mucn astoi in
same dollars 11 nner wins, or lr peeple mink it win win.
a. .'.... ...
IT IV V in I in lavcr 01 Dujinj now. joe
II Iw Ct (U I advance may come In month
or in a week. Acrmotcr prices will not advance unless ,
compelled bv an advance In labor aDd material. Oar
prices on Brats Cylinders are uA belowanvtlilnc ever sueted.
ana our otner coods are as low as tnev can be proaacea.
ieen wun our inienaia laciiiura. a central roan 10 caver
iiuiureneeas.wmia si puyssomucn,mayqaiCKiyeuiausODT
1 luiweniesiocKinu compel inaaavance. ureal saving can
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