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Froa tke Democrat
The Democrat is in receipt of a letter
from Dr. Harry Lamb directing na to
send hia paper to Garfield, Utah, be hav
ing accepted a position with the Gar
field Smelting Co.,.to look after the ilia
of the employees of the company.
P. E. McEillip had a strennooa time
last Friday evening in getting A. C
Sballenberger, fusion nominee for gov
ernor, from Columbus to Lindsay. Mr.
McEillip met Mr. Sballenberger in Col
umbus with his Beo automobile and
reaching Platte Center the pesky auto
mobile refused to do its doty. It hap
pened also to be impossible to secure a
livery rig. The automobile, however,
was willing to do half of its half duty
and would carry itself and the driver
but no more, so Ritchie was despatched
post baste tc Humphrey for the other
automobile. The trip was finally made
and Mr. Sballenberger reached hk des
tination only about a half hour late.
Mrs. Will PugBley of Monroe town
ship departed for Creighton the last of
the-week, where she will spend the Sab
bath visiting friends. Will met her ,, at
Omaha the first of the week to take in
the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities.
Miss Ellen Weline, who haa been
teaching school in the old Baird district
on the Skeedce, met with a serious acci
dent tbe last ef the week. While on her
way home the horse she was driving
suddenly shied at something in tbe road
and upset the buggy. Miss Weline
came out of the wreck with a broken
Died at the home of her mother in
Denver, Colorado September 20, 1006,
Florence, youngest daughter of Eliza
beth M. and tbe late John Truman in
tbe nineteenth year of her age.
From tbe Tinea.
Miss Berths Jones and her sister,
Mrs. T. H. Hogsett, departed for Cleve
land, Ohio, Monday. Migs Bertha ex
pects to remain in Cleveland and make
her home with her sister until spring.
Frank Eaton departed for Rock coun
ty Wednesday, where he will remain s
week with his brother, and then return
to Genoa and arrange his business pre
paratory to hia departure for San Fran
cisco, to join his son Paul. '
On October 30, the Masons of Genoa
will place in position the corner stone
of their temple. Grand Master Zuingle,
head of the order in the atate, will be
present and conduct the ceremonies.
The Masons of Columbus, St Edward,
Fullerton and other towns have been
invited to be present on the occasion.
October, 1908. It will pay to con
sult this Bulletin.
Wateh this Bulletin for Special Rates
Cheap one-way to Pacifio Coast:
Daily one-way rates to Sail Francisco,
Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma
and other coast territory, nearly one
half rates, also cheap one-way rates to
Montana, Wyoming, Big Horn Basin,
Utah and Western Colorado, daily until
Round trip to the coast: Daily Tour
ist rates in effect all winter to Pacific
Coast destinations with variable routes.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pu
eblo: Half rates plus $2.00 round trip
October 14th to 16th, inclusive, limit
To the E.st and South: Very low
bomeseeker's and winter tourist excur
sions through the the autusan and
winter to various destinations through
out tbe south.
Visit the old home: Low "excursion
rates to the old home points in Hliaois,
Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and other
middle states destiaatioas, October 9th
and 23rd, November 13th and 27ts.
limit thirty days.
HosMseeker's Exsursions: Frequent-,
ly each month to Western Nebraska,
Eastern Colorado, Big Horn Basin, dry
land farming destiaatioas or irrigated
Free Kinkaid Lande: Write D. Cleat
Denver, 'Agent BnrlingtonV Hoeae
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Fans Si', Omaha, about getting held
of a free esetioa of Kinkaid lands now
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AgeatG. R&Q. By.
G. P. A., i
In an air lock It is common prnewen
to note that while unlocklng-that ta,
coming through the lock, and as the
pressure Is being reduced by opening
the'discharge valve a fog accumulates,
becoming thick as tbe temperatures and
pressure are lowered. The writer at
one time was attacked by tbe bends, or
tbevcalaeon disease, after coming out
of the old Hudson river tunneL He
was promptly, taken Into the "hospital,''
which was nothing but a horizontal
.tank about the size of a common' loco
motive boiler. The pressure, amount
ing at that time to some thirty pounds,
was admitted, and it acted Instantly to
relieve pain and to produce normal con
ditions. He was told to open tbe throt
tle valve and let tbe pressure out so
that he might open tbe door. As be did
this he noticed that the temperature
was gradually lowered, and at n cer
tain point, known as the dew point, he
was enveloped In fog. Tbe pain return
ed about tills time, sothat he shut off
tile discharge valve and opened the
cock, admitting compressed air. The
fog Immdiately disappeared, tbe tern;
perature was slightly increased and the
pain stopped. This condition was re
peated several times, so that here is a
means by which artificial fog may be
produced at will. Tbe same physical
laws apply In the production of fog as
hi tbe condensation of moisture on the
exterior of an ice pitcher or on a win
dow pane In winter time. Compressed
In the old days there was a professor
of psychology at Dartmouth who was
so abstruse that it Is doubtful if at
times he fully understood himself. One
day he was profounder than usual. He
lectured for nearly an hour on topics
away over In the back of the book.
The class was dazed. It was far above
their heads, and they did not under
stand even the edges of it When 'he
had finished, the old man took out his
watch and saidenlally: "Now, there
are ten minutes of the hour remaining.
If any student desires to ask me a
question, I shall be glad to answer it
to the best of my ability." The class
sat in a stupor. The professor waited
for a time and then said: "Is there no
one who has a question to ask? There
are remaining several minutes that
could be profitably employed." Finally
one student put up a reluctant hand.
"Ah," said the professor, "you have a
question. What Is It?" "What time Is
It?' stammered the student Saturday
I suppose that In five years' time
anybody who doesn't wear spectacles
will be liable to arrest and Imprison
ment with or without the option of a
fine. I cannot believe that all people
who wear spectacles suffer from defec
tive vision. I think that the great bulk
of the people who overdress their faces
with pieces of gold mounted glass do
so out of vanity. They consider that
It Improves their appearance and tends
to make them look more Intellectual.
You will notice' that no pretty Woman
or handsome man ever goes about with
a gold nose Improver. It would, In
deed, be an extraordinary thing If our
oculists were to tell us that beautiful
people never had defective eyesight
Fluid resins or oils from several dif
ferent trees are extensively used In the
Philippines as varnishes. One of them,
called oil of supa. Is a pale yellow
liquid when fresh, but It becomes dark
and viscous after contact with the
air. Spread In a thin layer it dries
slowly and forms a hard varnish. It
is also capable of being burned In a
lamp. Another natural varnish Is ba
lao, also called oU of apitong. It la
white when fresh, but darkens after
exposure and makes a very tough
varnish. Oil of panao is a" third vari
ety, inferior to the others hi Its drying
properties. Chemical analysis has
ahown that all these wood oils consist
entirely of hydrocarbons known as
Tartle aa Gardeaers.
The peddlers with carts who supply
the occupants of villas In the environs
of Paris with cherries and other small
fruits frequently carry for sale n few
small turtles. They are purchased by
tke Inhabitants of the villas to be plac
ed In their gardens, where they are be
lieved to serve aa very effective aids
to the gardener by preventing the rav
ages of the Insects and other small
creatures which are accustomed to do
much damage to the flower beds and
borders. Youth's Companion.
William Black, the novelist In his
Inlscences of Carlyle, reports him
as saying: "There's that man Disraeli.
They tell me he Is a good speaker.
Perhaps I do not know what a good
speaker to. But I read a speech of his
that he delivered in Glasgow a year or
two ago, and it appeared to me the
greatest jargon of nonsense that ever
got Into any poor creature's head.
A Flrrak ( Katwre.
A tree that is a freak of nature Is
the Asiatic star tree. It grows sixty
to eighty feet tall, and for a height of
about forty 'feet the trunk Is "wholly
bare. From that point there spring 'a
number of tangled limbs, which shoot
out clusters of long pointed leaves, and
these, grouped together, emit at night
a plkoapborescent light
A CfclM Wester.
The French Academy of Sciences In
1729 examined the case of a French
lad only seven years old who. In all
respects jave that of intelligence, was
the equal of a man of twenty. His re
markable physical development began
when he was two years old. At four
he could do tbe farm work of a boy of
fifteen; or sixteen, and at seven he was
n fully grown man. Although his
physique waa thus remarkably devel
oped, is Intelligence -was no greater
than that of children of the name age.
He died before be was twenty. As Is
hi such cases of premature de
als strength faded away.
MEN, WOMEN AND MEALS.
this melamchor fact
one ones amid that an ordinary warn
urn's favorite dinner is an egg hm a
drawing room. All women have n pas
sion for something on a tray. To tho
masculine mind things on a tray are
unsatisfying, but to tbe feminine body
they embody tho very manna from
heaven." It to easy to understand that
Arthur Pendenys or any other "mas
culine mind" might have trouble hi
comprehending tho why and where
fore of this debilitated taste, bat mo
woman would bo at a loss to explain
It It comes from the fatigue which
woman suffers as tho result of her co
lesoal task of feeding man. To nour
ish the human race Is the appointed
work of woman, At the very Incep
tion of life this to her labor, and never
can existence bo so fine, so free, so
heroic or so beautiful that she
mot pause three times a day or
to bond her mind to the menu that
shall please her lord. She has beam ac
cused of writing mo epics. It hi said
that ahe Is Incapable of composing am
oratorio, of designing a cathedral or
conceiving am heroic statue or painting
a picture of the first quality. The re
tort Is that ahe might have dons some
thing of the kind if the men had mot
been hungry so frequently and so In
sistently. To be the nourtoher of the
human race Is an undertaking so pro
digious that It la a marvel that the
mere exasperation of being chained to
the larder has not made fiends "or lu
natics out of women, and from squaw
to countess their sufferings In this re
gard have points of similarity. Is it
any wonder, then, that with the ever
hungry man out of the way tbe woman
seeks escape from the tyranny of food
and "eats strawberries by moonlight
on a flowery bank?" Reader Maga
zine. Lord Byron on an interesting occa
sion displayed his remarkable pugil
istic powers, powers of which the poet
peer was very proud, as he was of his
cricket feats and almost unrivaled pre
cision as a pistol shot Lord Lonsdale
was riding home from a fox hunt one
day when he encountered a wagon
driver who Insolently refused to make
way for a lady driving a trap. The
noble lord got off his horse and, with
out throwing off his coat ordered the
wagoner to "put up his hands, which
be did promptly, being an expert In the
"noble art" and confident It was a
sanguinary fight for both combatants,
but the wagoner was made to "bite
earth" and acknowledge defeat Byron
waa regularly trained In boxing by the
famous bruiser Jackson, and In a his
tory of the ring bis lordship's name
frequently appears as a "backer" at
prize fights. The last of the.aristocratic '
patrons of the ring was tbe late Sir
James Boswell of Auchinleck, a grand
son of the famous biographer of Dr.
Johnson. Sir James was tutored by
Jamie Goldle, for mauy years champion
of Scotland, and the pupil was worthy
of the teacher. Pall Mall Gazette.
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Tourist sleepers, chair
cars and coaches to Union
Passenger Station, Chicago,
every day from all points on the
main line of the Union Pacific
Railroad. These'cars are carried
on through trains arriving in the
heart of Chicago at 8.35 a. m.,
9.25 a. m. and 9.30 p. m., afford
ing a convenient choice of hours.
Route Union Pacific Railroad
Miiwiikei bj St. Pill
Any ticket agent of the Union
Pacific will send yon East via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul
Railway if you ask him to do so.
It is worth your while to insist
that your ticket read this way.
Complete information about
rates, routes and train service
tent on. request.
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Five last daily trains via the Union Pacific R.R.
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Pullman standard drawing-room and tourist sleeping:
cars,composite observation cars, buffet
smoking and library cars, parlor cars,
dining cars, free reclining chair cars
and day coaches.
Direct connection in Omaha Union
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For rates, rickets and full information apply to
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That's the name of a new eighty-page illus
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It is of vital importance to you that you se
cure and read it.
The region described is unparalleled in its pos
sibilities for home getting and fortune getting.
Think of a country where the climate is just
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The book will tell you about it and a trip of
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Your name and address
full details and the book. WRITE TODAY
This is too good to pass by, especially since it costs
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having done so.
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Chfcaeja ar St. Levis.
Rock Island-Frisco Lines
Throw aside the cares of every day life and hide yourself
amid the enternal hills of tbe
The Midland Route "Hits the Bull's Eye of tbe World's
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Send 15c in stamps and get a handsome 9JX12J color
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present." All Midland Agents or
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and saiLaKe citr-
Anartinila anil Holna.
and Wenatchee, Wash.
to San Francisco, Los Angeles San
Diego' and other California poiats.
to Everet, Fairhaven, Whatoom, Van
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Jto Ashland, Boseburg, Eneae, Al-
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to Portland or Tacoma rnd Seattle.
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Whether it is
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in the coInmtH vf
the Journal. If you dom't think
so, call and let us convince you.
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