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About Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1911)
HEALTH AS AN INVESTMENT
Fraternal Orders , Labor Unions and
Insurance Companies Erect
As an Investment In the health of
their members , four large fraternal
orders , two International labor unions
and one of the largest Insurance com
panies in the United States have es
tablished sanatoria for the treatment
of tuberculosis , according to a state
ment issued by the National Associa
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis. The Royal League , the
first fraternal order to establish a
sanatorium , conducts a hospital for
its tuberculous members at Black
Mountain. The Modern Woodmen of
America conducts one at Colorado
Springs ; the Workmen's Circle , one
at Liberty , N. Y. , and the Independent
Order of Foresters have one at Rain
bow Lake , N. Y. , and will soon open a
second one at San Fernando , Cal. The
International Typographical Union has
since 1898 conducted a sanatorium at
Colorado Springs , and the Interna
tional Printing Pressman and Assist
ants' Union of America has recently
opened a new institution at Rogers-
ville , Tenn. A leading life insurance
company Is now erecting a sanator
ium at Mt. McGregor , N. Y. , which will
be the first of its kind established
by an "old line" insurance company.
"ECZEMA ITCHED SO BADLY
I COULDNT STAND IT. "
"I suffered with eczema on my neck
for about six months , beginning by lit
tle pimples breaking out. I kept
scratching till the blood came. It kept
getting worse , I couldn't sleep nights
any more. It kept itching lor about a
month , then I went to a doctor and
got some liquid to take. It seemed
as ifI , was going to get better. The
itching stopped for about three days ,
but when It started again , was even ,
worse than before. The eczema itched
so badly I couldn't stand it any more.
"I went to a doctor and he gave ma
come medicine , but didn't do any good.
We have been having Cuticura Rem
edies in the house , so I decided to try
them. I had been using Cuticura
Soap , so I got me a box of Cuticura
Ointment , and washed off the affected
part with Cuticura Soap three times a
day , and then put the Cuticura Oint
ment on. The first day I put it on , it
relieved me of itching so I could sleep
all that night. It took about a week ,
then I could see the scab come off. I
kept the treatment up for three weeks ,
and my eczema was cured.
"My brother got his face burned
with gun-powder , and he used Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. The people all
thought he would have scars , but you
can't see that he ever had his face
burned. It was simply awful to look
at before the Cuticura Remedies
( Soap and Ointment ) cured it. "
( Signed ) Miss Elizabeth Gehrki , For
rest City , Ark. , Oct. 16 , 1910. Although
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sola
by druggists and dealers everywhere ,
a sample of each , with 32-page book ,
will be mailed free on application to
"Cuticura , " Dept. 17 L , Boston.
The Simple Life.
Anna Maria Wilhelmina Pickering ,
in her "Memoirs , " edited by her son ,
tells a Yorkshire incident which contains -
tains a great deal of human nature.
Variety spices life ; the plain is monotonous
onous , until its extent entitles it to
the name of prairie or desert , and it
gains interest through vastness.
There was an old couple in the vil
lage whom I used often to go to see.
One day , when I found them sitting ,
one on each side of the fire , the old
man said to me :
"Well , t' missis and me , we've been
married nigh on 50 years , and we've
never had one quarrel. "
The old woman looked at me , with a
twinkle in her eyes , and said :
"It war verie conscientious , but
varie dool. " Youth's Companion.
Learned From Nature.
An enthusiastic friend was dilating
to. the woman landscape gardener on
the obvious advantages she must de
rive from actually superintending the
workmen who executed her designs.
"Being right out with nature that
way you must learn so many interest
ing things , " said the friend.
"I do , " said the gardener , "I can tell
the different kinds of whisky , the dif
ferent kinds of tobacco and the differ
ent kinds of profanity a rod away. "
Exits From Every Room.
A school building in which every
room has a direct connection with the
ground , without first entering the
main hall , has been built just beside
the site of the famous Collinwood ( O. )
school in which 175 children perished
by fire in 1908. It represents many
unique features of construction and is
said to be as fireproof and panic-proof
as it is possible for a school to be.
It's human nature , but bad medi
cine , to buck about the walk up hill
after we've enjoyed a good long slide
BEAUTIFUL POST CARDS FREE
Bend 2o stamp for flvo samples of my Tory choic
est Gold Embossed Birthday , Flower and. Motto
Post Cards ; beautiful colors and loveliest designs.
Art Post Card Club , 731 Jackson SU , Topeka , Kansas
As long as there are people in th
world who try to get something for
nothing , a lot of other people will be
able to live without work.
S rs. Winslovr's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething ; , softens the gnms , reduces Inflamma
tion , allays pain , cores wind colic , 25c a bottle.
A reasonable amount of egotism ia
good for a man. It keeps bim from
brooding over his neighbor's success.
MR. AVERY ADDRESSES STATE
DENOUNCES "MOUTHY MADNESS"
Higher Educational Standards Are
Demanded Insists on Purity in
Athletics Nebraska a
Lincoln. In his opening address be-
fore the students of the state univer-l1-1
sity Tuesday , Chancellor Samuel
Avery said among other things :
"Every institution of higher educa
tion must recognize two obligations.
The first must be a devotion to knowl
edge without regard to local limita
tions. It must be limited by neither
time nor space. It must recognize the
universal brotherhood of scholars , and
regard the mass of knowledge which
has accumulated through the ages as
the common property of the race.
"On the other hand , the direct and
special service of any institution must
be more or less localized.
"Many worthy institutions are to a
large extent educating the children of
certain sects or denominations. The
University of Nebraska is a unique
institution , in that a larger per cent
of the students of the state attend it
than in the case of any other state
university. It is in the strictest sense
a state university , and is therefore
more able to receive impressions from
the state and give impressions to the
state than most other institutions.
"I believe that in Nebraska we are
coming more and more to have a
state consciousness. The university
is an important factor in developing
this state consciousness. Hence the
part the university plays in Its forma
tion is a matter of vital importance to
both present and future generations.
"Nebraska , compared with most of
Its neighbors , is a conservative state.
In legislation we have been wiser or
slower , according to one's way of look
ing at it than many of our neighbors ,
and we are still among the most con
servative of state institutions in the
number of fixed subjects required for
admission but we are gradually
"This university has never had to
face acute student situations such as
have disgraced other institutions. The
Nebraska student may be a bumptious
individual , but he is reluctant to sink
his individual bumptiousness in a con
certed movement. All of our students' '
are leaders , and so there are none to
"What I have just said simply means
that the Nebraska student is an indi
vidualist that he thinks for himself ,
and acts for himself , and that he does
not take orders as to his individual I
conduct from any source.
"I emphasize this fact because no
little of the success of the Nebraska
student , both in the university and
after graduation , is due to this whole
"Much as we may deplore intemper
ance in the sense in which it is gen
erally used , yet mental intemperance
is an even greater evil. The nation ,
it seems to me , is just recovering from
a great mental debauch. Extrava
gance in speech and in writing has
been the rule. Reckless denunciation
of patriotic and conscientious men ,
yellowness in magazines and other
publications , have disgraced our era.
Fortunately we are now entering a
calmer and safer period. During this
time the typical Nebraskan has pur
sued his way unaffected by this pe
riod of 'mouthy madness. ' To be sure
we too have had our troubles ; but in
the main our great newspapers have
been calm ; our ablest leaders have
been sane , even when most 'progres
sive , ' and have refrained from the
arts of the demagogue.
"Nebraska is a state that some of
our eastern friends find difficult to un
derstand. How can this state be
among the first in average production
of the great live stock and cereal I1
crops of the country , when within the
memory of those still comparatively
young some sections of it have suf
fered from famine ? They read first
that the hot south blasts have with
ered the corn , and later that through
a timely change of the weather this
great cereal 'has come back again' and
is going to produce a bumper crop.
It does sometimes seem that nature
tries to see how close she can bring
us to ruin and yet spare us. There
have been occasional crop failures .
ever since the state was settled , but t j
we have learned that our agricultural
success depends not on what a single
year , but upon what a series of years
will bring forth. This disregard of
present troubles and serene confidence
in the future makes the typical Ne
braskan good-natured , calm , cheerful ,
optimistic. Our students take some
what the same view of examinations ,
failures , and other college calamities.
Columbus , O. The Astor-Force wed
ding and the whole vital subject of
divorce is to be discussed at the
Christian citizenship conference which
is holding a session in this city.
Churches of all denominations are rep-
represented at the conference.
Having heard that her husband ,
Lemuel Goodwin , was dead , and after t
mourning for him for nine years , Mrs. f
Emma Goodwin married Matthew Hit
ler. Recently Goodwin returned Hia
his wife is asking for a divorce from
her second husband.
This mental attitude makes the teach
ing of Nebraska students a. delight to
the professor , and association with
students the only relationship which
always cheers the heart no matter
how leaden the skies of the future
"The natural honesty of our students
Is shown by the fact that nearly any
of them will tell you frankly the ac
tual condition of student affairs. As
a rule they do not do things which at
the moment do not strike them as *
ethical. I make this statement ad
"The charge is sometimes made that
the University of Nebraska is undemo
cratic that the fraternities and sororities
ities represent an' aristocracy of
thought and feeling ; that the literary
' societies ( and the associations are
bourgeois , as it were ; and that the
students not belonging to organiza
tions are the peasantry. This classi
fication contains only slight elements
of truth. Yet it does contain slight
elements. You could hardly expect a
young man whose father belongs to
several clubs , or a young woman
whose mother may be equally addict
ed to the club habit , to resist the en
ticements of fraternity or sorority
life. It is the most natural sort of
thing for young people to wish to asso
ciate themselves together. There need
be nothing undemocratic in these or
ganizations. Nebraska is a democratic
state. Few "states in the world are
more democratic , in heart and feeling.
Our young people who come from
farms where the hire * man and the
hired girl eat at the family table are
not likely to be made snobs by such
fraternities or sororities. The , frater
nities and sororities intensify student
life. They are now on trial. Let th'em
remain and increase in number , but
let them stand for scholarship and for
the expression of a wholesome social
life , not for the monopolizing of stu
"Educational institutions have never
entirely escaped the almost universal
tendency of officeholders to endeavor
to conduct the business of the public
for .the personal advantage of them
selves and their friends. From all of
these things Nebraska has been rela
tively free , and only enough instances
have come to light to emphasize the
need of eternal vigilance along these
"Many of us who feel comparatively
young recall a time when the Nebras
ka pioneers were traveling with ox
teams. We have witnessed the tran
sition from this to our present auto
"It is often observed that when any
group of successful Nebraskans
judges , professional men , teachers ,
bankers , merchants , farmers get to
indulging in reminiscences of their
boyhood days , you will find that nine
out of every ten had the same ex
perience on the farm , attended similar
country school houses ; have painful
recollections of cowhide boots , and '
very joyous recollections of bucking
bronchos. Our students are largely
children of the successful pioneers.
Comparatively few of them have been
injured by luxury. In demanding
hard study , the university authorities
have the moral support of the parents ,
and fairly good encouragement from
the students themselves.
"The state universities , represent
ing as they do all the people , must
of necessity endeavor to conduct them
selves on all important questions in a
manner acceptable to all the people.
Denominational colleges are expected
to encourage their students to become
adherents of the denominations they
serve ; and because the state univer
sity serves no special denomination
and has no theological bias , it is some
times assumed that a religious life is
not possible or desirable in such an
institution. On the contrary , the au
thorities unofficially encourage the
student to exemplify to the best of his
ability the faith in which he has been
"Those who criticise our athletics
may be divided into several classes.
Some of. the opposition to football is
actuated less by fear of Injury to the
players than by a dislike of the great
joy the game gives the student body.
Another and larger class has confused
athletics with exercise. Physical cul
ture and sport are two separate and
distinct things. The question of main
taining intercollegiate athletics is
largely question of whether it is
better to have clean , officially regu
lated excitement for the student body ,
or to permit young people to secure
such excitement as they may without
"Athletics carried on without ex
cesses , but with clean , wholesome en
thusiasm , should be a Nebraska ideal.
"It is obyiously impossible in a short
address ! to do more than give a broad
outline of some of the ideals that
should govern Nebraskans , both as stu
dents and as citizens. Some of those
I have tried to describe are as yet
only In the germ , but I think fertile
soil for the growth of all of them is to
be found in our commonwealth and
our university. We can no more man
ufacture them outright than we can
manufacture traditions they must
come through growth and develop
New York. Attorney General Wick-
ersham declines to commit his depart
ment or himself regarding the pos
sible prosecution of the United States
Steel corporation. His statement was
made in response to inquiries as to
the probable action of the department.
Tired of the reign of lawlessness
that has existed almost continuously
for many years in Breathitt county ,
Ky. , the citizens of Elktawa joined in j
mass meeting Saturday to discuss '
plans to restore law and order j (
throughout that section. t
Munyon's Stomach Treatment
MUNYON TELLS YOU
HOW TO GET WELL
FREE OF CHARGE
"A few days ago I received a letter
from a young man , who states he Is 28
years of age , and has occupied several
Important positions , but owing to Indi
gestion and Inability to sleep he has been
unable to concentrate his mind upon his
work and has consequently been dis
charged on the ground of neglect of duty.
He goes on to say that he Is a young
man of steady habits , but for years he
has suffered from dyspepsia , which has
so affected his nerves that he is unable
to sleep , and that it is not neglect upon
his part , nor lack of interest in the busi
ness , but simply physical weakness. He
asks my advice in this matter.
"For the benefit of a large number of
those similarly situated I propose to
answer this letter publicly , hoping that
it may be the means of helping many
who may be affected in this way.
"In the first place , the stomach must
be made well before the nerves can be
made strong. The nerves must be made
| strong before one can sleep well. No
one is capable of doing his best who Is in
any way troubled with insomnia or any
form of nervousness. The greatest gen
erals have been men of iron nerve and.
indomitable will. They have had perfet , *
digestion , being able to eat well , and di
gest all they ate.
"It is said that Napoleon lost the but
tle of Waterloo because of a fit of Indi
gestion. Grant's enormous reserve power
was due to a well stomach. Abraham
Lincoln said that 'he did not know that
he had a stomach. ' Qrover Cleveland , it
is said , could work 18 hours a day , eat
a hearty meal at 2 or 8 o'clock in the
morning , go to bed and sleep soundly un
til 9 o'clock and get up refreshed , ready
for a new day's work.
"Pres. Taft Is another type of healthy
manhood. Who thinks for one moment
that he would be the President of the
United States today had he been a dy-
ffieptlo or affected with some nervous
Iment ? I claim that two-thirds of all
the failures in professional and business
life are due to weak and deranged stem
"No business house would care to em
ploy a dyspeptic representative to sell
goods for them on the road. One-half
the men who stand behind counters to
day , earning from $12 to $15 a week , will
never get beyond these figures , for the
reason that they are physically weak.
They lack the nerve power and com
manding strength that come from a good ,
"No one .cares to hear a dyspeptic
preacher. No matter how pious he may
be , he is bound to reflect his bilious and
jaundiced condition. He will unconscious
ly inoculate his hearers with his melan
"No one would think of entrusting an
Important | legal case in the hands of a
dyspeptic lawyer , any more than he
would \ care to entrust his own life , or
that of a dear one , in the hands of a phy
sician who Is nervous , irritable or a dy
speptic. Men must have good digestion ,
strong nerves and vital manhood in or
der to render a clean , clear-cut decision
either in medicine , law or business.
"I believe that more than half of the
divorces can be traced to ill health. I
want every dyspeptic to try my stomach
treatment , for it corrects nearly all forms
of indigestion and nervousness. It makes
old stomachs almost as good as new. Its
marvelous ] power for digesting food and
getting the best out of it makes for good
rich , red blood. This , In turn , strength
ens the nerves , builds up the general sys
tem , and will surely prolong life and
make it a pleasure to live and do the
things allotted to us. "
Professor Munyon makes no charge for
consultation or medical advice : not a pen
ny to pay. Address Prof. J. M. Munyon.
Munyon's Laboratories. Fifty-third and
Tefferson streets. Philadelphia , Pa.
Kid McCoy , the hero of 125 battles ,
is to open a sanitarium at Stamford.
He said the other day to a New York
"I hope in my sanitarium to restore
lots of grumpy middle-aged people to
perfect health , and if I give them back
perfect health 111 give them back
youth and gayety and romance. If mid
dle age is stupid , if middle age is pro
saic , It is only because the health of
middle age is poor.
"The woman , " he continued , "who
sends her grumpy mate to my estab
lishment will no longer have to make
the bitter complaint of Mrs. Blank.
" 'My husband , 15 years ago , ' said
Mrs. Blank , 'used to kiss me every
time we passed through a tunnel. But
"She gave a bitter laugh.
" 'Now , ' she said , 'he takes a long
pull at his traveling flask. ' "
A Student of Humanity.
Mrs. Carter and her cook , says the
Brooklyn Citizen , were discussing the
murder which had harrowed the dusky
citizens of the countryside.
"Will dey hang him fer killin' of
his wife , Miss Cyarter ? "
court will decide. Of course , if they
"We can't tell yet , Aunt Jinny. The
prove he did It on purpose "
"Done it a purpose ! Law , Miss
Cyarter , in course he kilt his wife a
purpose ! Honey , ain't I done been
married ? Don't I know men ? "
"Been taxi g your eyes lately ? "
asked the oculist.
"Yes , " said the patient ; "I looked
all through a newspaper of 144 pages
which came through the mail to me
bearing the words 'marked copy. ' "
"No wonder your eyes smart ! "
"Oh , but that isn't the worst of it
I didn't find anything marked. " Buf
A Truth Specialist.
"Biggins says he is for the plain
"Yes , " replied the frank philoso
pher ; "but so many people think they
are standing up for the truth when
they are merely standing out for a
difference of opinion. "
When we get down we wonder how
It happened , but when we win w ac
cept it as "perfectly natural !
WEAK , ILL AND MISERABLE.
How many people suffer from back
ache , headache and dizziness with-
I out realizing the cause ? These symptoms -
| toms of kidney trouble are too serious
James 0. Hardln ,
Weatherford , Texas ,
says : "My feet and
i limbs became numb
kind I had terrible
| pains through the
small of my back.
caused untold annoy
ance by their fre
quency in passage and I began to
think there was no hope for me.
Doan's Kidney Fills cured me and I
have not had the slightest trouble
"When Your Back is Lame , Remem
ber the Name DOAN'S. "
For sale by druggists and general
storekeepers everywhere. Price BOo.
Poster-Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y.
Mr. Kidder Every one speaks of
Miss Antique as being a bargain.
Miss Caustique Well , her age is
considerably marked down.
Wise Uncle Joshua.
"Be you the elevator conductor ? "
asked Uncle Joshua , who had strayed
into town out of the sweet rusticity of
a comic paper.
"Yes , sir , " grinned the boy.
"Well , I come ter this village ter see
the high buildin' . Haow high up d'
ye go ? "
"To the top twenty-first floor. "
"Take me up to th' 'leventh. Shol
What's th' use o' riskln' my life an'
goin' all the hull way when the folks
to home ' 11 never believe I went any
higher than ten stories , no matter
what I tell 'em ? "
There Is a certain amount of lye in
soap , but that is no reason why it
should be Injected Into the advertise
Some neigbors don't like It unless
you talk about them.
from woman's ailments are invited to write to the names and
addresses here given , for positive proof that Lydia E. Prnkhantfi
Vegetable Compound does cure female ills.
Elmo , lIo. = Mra.Sarali J.StuartBJf JX JTo.2 ,
Peorfa ll. Mrs. Christina Beed,106MotmdSt.
Natlck , Mass.-Mrs. Hainan B. Greatoa , 61
North Main St.
Mlbraukee/Wls. = Mrs.Emma lime , 833 1st St.
Chicago , 111. Mrs. Alrena Sparling , Ii63 Cly-
GaIen , Kan. = .Mrg.B.B. Httey.TlSHineralAY.
Victoria , Miss.Jin. . Willis Edwards.
Cincinnati , Ohio. Mrs."W. H. Hcmih,71Tart
M of Ufa.
f , N.H. Mrs. Cella B. Stereos.
Streator , IlL-ltra , J.H. Campbell , UOeBortk
Brooklyn , N.Y. Mrs. Erens , 896 TTsliey S * .
Noah , Ky. Mrs. Lizzie Holland.
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Salem , Ind. Mrs. IdzxIaS. Hinkle.KJL JTo.8.
New Orleans , La. Mrs. GastonBlondeau1 ! !
IBshairaka , Ind. Mrs. Cha * . Bauer , 8r.C23
East Marion St.
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B : arerrallsFa Mrs.ir.P JBo/d ilOMkAT.
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Carlstadt , N.J. Mrs. Louis ncher , 3Mo .
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Taylorrillo , HL-Mr * . Jo * Gnutfhan , S * W.
Cincinnati , Ohio. Mrs. Sophia Hcs2,6V He
Big Bun , Pa. Mrs. W. & Pooler.
Philadelphia , Pa-Mn M.
Peoria , H1.-MTS. Clara L. Gatnrits , BBOfe.
4 , Box 03.
Augusta. Me. Mrs-Wlnfleld Dana , B.F.D. 3.
StTPaui. MInn.-Mrs. B. M. Schora , 208t
Pittsburg , Pa.-Mn. G. Lets rI219 JOnkaid
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Kearney , Mo.o-Mrs. Thomas Asburry.
Blue Island. HI. Mrs. Anna Sehvftrts , 8M
East Earl , Pa. Mrs. Augustus Lyon LFLDsl
SQceston , Ho. Mrs. Dema Bethune.
Gardiner , Me. Mrs. S. A.Willianw , 142 Wart.
ington Are. _
Belle-rue , Ohlo. = .Mra. Edith Wieland , 238
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Cement Talk No. 8
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not only the sidewalks , but
the steps , curbs , fence-posts ,
cisterns , foundations , drive
ways , cellars aad so on , of
concrete. Build of concrete and
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Concrete is the simplest building mate *
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Mo.-Mrs. A. 0. DaVanlf.
ee.Ioira. Mrs. JullaA-Snorr , A.XIO.
tTtiea , Okie. Mrs. Mary Zarlwine , B.P.B.
Bellerae , Ohio. Mrs. Charley Chapman ,
D. No. T.
Sg mMrs. . Beary Loiseberg , 713 Adaag
, _ Ji Mrs. Cyrns He trick.
-on , Pa. Mrs. Ella 2. Alkey.
chance , Pa = .Mra. Idolla A.BQnhaa ,
Nerroog Prostration ,
Oronoflo , Mo. Mrs. Mae McKnight.
Caadan , K.J. Mrs. W. P.Valentine , 903 U i
Maddy , Bl.-Mrs. May Nolen.
Brooktille , Ohio. Mrs. B Klnnlsoa.
Fitchrille. Ohio.-Mrs. 0. Cole.
Philadelphia , Pa.-Mrs. Rank Clark. 2MXS&
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These women are only a few of thousands of living -witnesses _
the power of Lydia E. Pinkhanfa Vegetable Compound to cure f emalt
diseases. Not one of these women erer received compensation in any
form for the use of their names in this advertisement but are "wilL
ing that we should refer to them because of the good they mar
do other suffering women to prove that Lydia E. Pinkhamii
Vegetable Compound is a reliable and honest medicine , and that tha
statements made in our advertisements regarding its merit are ths
truth and nothing but the troth *
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