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"So poor old Jinks, -who survived so
many operations, has at last died?"
"Yes. He has followed his appendix
to a better world."
A Solar Plexus.
On one occasion Sam Berger, the
brawny manager of James J. Jeffries,
was in a small California town, sound
ing some of the residents as to the
Iossibility of holding a prize fight.
The local police force, a clownish-looking
individual with a huge badge,
heard of Sam's investigations.
"You can't hold no prize fight to this
here town," 6aid the police force,
threateningly, In his best "I-be-the-marshal"
tones. "It is agin the law,
and I won't stand for it."
"Aw, beat it." said Berger, in dis
gust. "What do you know about law?
Why, your very appearance in public
is a misdemeanor." Lippincott's.
"So there is to be a divorce," said
(he woman who discusses everybody.
"It seems but a little while since he
asked for her hand."
"Yes," replied the rude man. "He
got the hand all right But it turned
out to be a misdeal."
Unless you have more spare time
than you know what to do with It's
foolish to try to convince a fool that
he is foolish.
Taking Lydia E.Pinkham's
Sabattns, Maine. "Yon told mc to
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Liver Pills before
child-birth, and we
are all surprised to
see how much good
it did. My physi
cian said ' Without
doubt it was the
helped you.' I
thank you for your
kindness in advising
mc and give you full
permission to use
my name in vour testimonials." Mrs.
H. W. Mrrcnixi Box 3, Sabattus, Me.
Another Woman Helped.
Graniteville, Vt "I was passing
through theCbangeof Life andsuffered
from nervousness and other annoying
symptoms. Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vege
table Compound restoredmy health and
strength, and proved worth mountains
of gold to me. For the sake of other
suffering women I am willing yoa
should publish my letter." Mrs.
Ciiaim.es Barclay, R.F.D., Granite
Women who are passing through
this critical period or who are suffer
ing from any of those digressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose
sight of the fact that for thirty years
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Kound, which is made from roots and
erbs, has been the standard remedy
for female ills. In almost every com
munity you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia
E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound.
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Trial Bottle Frnve By Mail
mw a!am amW aaaBBsal aW
If 70s suffer from Epilepsy. Fits, Falling Sickness,
fipatms. or bare children that do to, my Jfew Dis
cocexy irin iclicve them, and alt vou ate atked to
dole to ecndfursFrcc Trial 3 Bottle of Dr.iUy'a
It tus cured thocsand whore cTcrrthlnj; e!j
failed. Gnornntrid by May Medlral Laiiorato y
1 iidrr Pure Food and Drnga Act, June SOih, KC3
ituxrnmy No. li:m. Please write forfipocialFrce
C3 Bottle and pivo AGE and complete address
OR. W. H. MAY, 548 Pearl Street, New York.
llcafc mention tMs paper. In Agists mi orders
NEWS FROM, THE CAPITAL CITY
Items of Interest Around the State
Coming Events in Lincoln.
March 14 and 15 Nebraska county
March 13, 16 and 17 South Platte
laymen's missionary association con
vention. March 16 Nebraska butter and egg
dealers association will meet.
March 17 Mass meeting of women
in connection with the laymen's mis
sionary convention at St. Paul's M. E.
March 22, 23, 24 and 23 Scottish
-March 29 and SO Nebraska conser
vation and development congress.
March 30 Ceremonial session of the
A. A. O. of the Mystic Shrine.
May 10, 11 and 12 Nebraska state
May 3, 4 and 5 Nebraska electrical
May 19. 20 and 21 Sons or Herman
May 23, 24 and 25 State press asso
ciation. June 14. 13 and 16 Nebraska post
A big bowl of
High Mark for Bank Deposits.
Secretary Royce of the state bank
ing board has completed a consoli
dated report showing the condition of
state ban lis at the close of business
February 12. It shows a total of $77.
99I.7G2 on deposit, the largest amount
in the history of Nebraska state banks.
The number of banks reiorting was
664; depositors, 229.28S; average re
serve, 30 per cent
Compared with tho report of Novem
ber 16, 1909, the number of banks re
porting has increased 2; loans and dis
counts increased $1,310,000; deposits
increased $4,70S,000. The average re
serve has increased from 26 per cent
to 30,per cent, being double the legal
requirements at the date of this re
port. Compared with the report of one
year ago the following increases are
found: Loans and discounts, $S.G7t,
000; deposits, $5,000,000. The le! re
serve has decreased 3 2-3 per cent.
There has been an increase in the
year of twenty-nine banks reporting.
is the best dish
Good for all ages
and all conditions.
A New Version.
Apropos of George Washington and
the cherry tree story, Senator Bever
idgc said at a dinner in Indianapolis:
"I asked a little boy what this story
was the other day, and ho actually
didn't know. lie said he knew, though,
the story about the judgment of Solo
mon, and he proceeded to tell it to me.
"Solomon," he said, "was a very w ise
man. One day two women went to
him, quarreling about a baby. The first
woman said. lt is my child. The sec
ond said. 4No, it is mine.'
"But Solomon spoke tip and de
clared: "'So. no. ladies: do not quarrel.
Give mo my sword and I -will make
twins of him. so that each of you will
ESCAPE FROM DEATH
PLATTE RIVER CHANNEL
SWIFT FOR BOATMEN.
HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE
What is Going on Here and There
That is of Interest to the Read
ers Throughout Nebraska
Boy Wants Pardon.
Governor Shallenbcrger has rccehed
an application from Walter Berger,
tlie seventeen-year-old boy of Dawes
county, who is serving a two years'
term in the penitentiary for placing
an obstruction on the Burlington
track. The boy alleges that he shot
his finger off while hunting and de
siring to get to town for treatment,
placed a tie on the track and lighted
a torch and flagged a train. Chief
of Police Charles F. Daryan of Cliad
ron has recommended a pardon and
says in hi" statement that he is fifty
four yean, of age and has never be
fore signed a similar request though
often asked to do so.
Lucas Couktt. (
Fravk J. Cucxet mate oath that he 'to rosier
mrtot-r ot the firm of F. J. Cmexet A Co- done
tni5iai3 in th- tttr ot Toledo. County and Stata
atomuid. and tost nld Arm trill pay tbt mm of
ONE IIUN'DRKIt DOLLARS for each and rvrry
ease r cutarru that cannot be cure by the ice of
HAU.S CATAKBH Cl'CE.
FTtANTC J. CHE.VEV.
Sworn to before me and roSwrinw! la tar -rescue.
this Cth day ol December. A. i.. i&i.
I I A. V. CLUVSOX.
I ti. I XoTAST Pctut
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acta
directly uira the Mood and muorna surfaces ot the
system, is-ud for testimonials, frer.
F. J. CHUNKY & CO- Toledo. Ol
Sold by all Imuxbto. "Sc-
Tale Haifa 1'amllr fill tor court Ipat Ion.
A Hard Worker.
Tramp I'd like ter do something to
pay for all this, but I'm a cripple,
Housekeeper You don't look it,
What's the matter?
Tramp Writer's cramp, mum. I've
been keeping a list of all the people
wot offered me work. mum.
Fremont. A. X. Phinney and Alex
Bailey had a narrow escape from
death by drowning in the swift south
channel of the Platte river. The men
were engaged in laying a cable line
for the new ferry which is to be es
tablished for use pending the comple
tion of the repairs on the bridge. They
were half way across when their boat
suddenly tipped over. Pbinney caught
the cable and hung there for a half
hour in the cold water, while chunks
of ice occasionally bumped him and
threatened to knock him from bis
perilous position. Bailey was carried
down stream in twenty feet of water.
Once he sank and companions on tho
shore concluded he was lost. Luckily
he was swept up on a sandbar some
300 yards down stream. Phinney in
the meantime commenced crying loud
ly for help, shouting that he would be
unable to hold on much longer and
that he was so numb from the cold
that he could not swim. Both men
were rescued in u boat manned by
telephone linemen who were stretch
ing a new wire across the river for
connection with Saunders county telephones.
GIVE REASON FOR
Woman to Get Diploma.
The Lincoln medical college must
issue a diploma to Ella May Nelson
according to a ruling of the supreme
court in a suit that has been in the
courts for some years. The court
formerly ordered a diploma to be is
sued, but later the medical college al
leged that it had newly discovered
evidence of fraud on the part of the
applicant The district court refused
to take jurisdiction and reopen the
case, the petition failing to set forth
that the facts were not discovered
within two years after judgment. The
supreme court affirmed this judgment.
Notice of Special Election.
City Clerk R. C. Oznian of Lincoln
has posted public notices of the com
ing special election on April 11 to try
out the excise rule of prohibition in
augurated last May. The notice must
be jiosted in the office of the city
clerk and in three other conspicuous
places in the city and must be pub
lished in a newspaper of the city at
least thirty days before the date of
the election. The clerk will be one
day ahead of time to make sure he
has plenty of time. The notice will
be published five times in order that
people may have a chance to look it
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA. a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over JJO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
This isn't a comic paper joke; it ac
tually happened on Eliot street in the
South end j'esterday. A hardware deal
er hung a sign outside his door read
ing: "Our skates are guaranteed in
every way." A newsboy tore. It down
and hung it up in front of a liquor
storo next door. Boston Journal.
Preparing for Summer Session.
Peru. President Crabtree is put
ting forth every effort to make the
summer session the largest in the his
tory of the school. Circulars have
been sent out all over the state to
superintendents, teachers and hign
school graduates, outlining the work
and calling attention to the summer
school bulletin which is now in press.
Many students have already applied
for information, rooms are being en
gaged and everything points to a very
successful session. Plans have been
rompieted for commencement work,
which will begin Wednesday. May 25,
ending with commencement da. May
All Old Folks
That take NATUltE'S UEMEDV (NR
tablets) tonight will (eel better in the
morning1. It sweetens the stomach, cor
rects tlio liver, bowels and kidneys, pre
vents biliousness and eliminates the rheu
matism. Better than Pills for IJvcr Ills,
because It's different it's thorough, easy
sure to act. Get :t 25c Box. AH Druggists.
The A. U. Lewis Medicine Co., St, Louis.
A Personal Definition.
Penley (stuck for a word) Let's
see! What is that you call a man who
marries more than one wife?
Grump An idiot. I call him. Bos
If You Are a Trifle Sensitive
Abont the size of yonr shorx, nany people
wear smaller tOioe by using Allen's Foot-EaKe,
the Antiseptic Powder to shake into the shoe.
It enres Tired, Swollen, Aching Feet and
gives rest and comfort. .Tost the thing for
breaking in netr shoes. Sold everywhere. 2Sc
Sample .vent FUEE. Address, Allen S. Olmated,
Vt Koy. S. V.
Trappers Lost Money.
Lyons. Walter Barker and Eddie
Rseicii. two young trappers of this
place, met with dire disaster this
week. The boys, who have made quite
a snug sum of money trapping, gath
ered up their tent, traps, bed, best
clothes and grub enough to last two
weeks and went over on the Black
bird creek seeking for more remuner
ate fur fields. But on returning one
day to their tent, they found every
thing had been burned up. including
their catch of furs worth twenty dol
lars. The high wind had scattered
the fire from their camp stove, en
tailing a loss of all.
Ministers Oppose Sunday Baseball.
Fremont Simultaneously with the
decision of Fremont baseball faus to
enter the state league, Fremont's
ministerial association has decided to
Invite Evangelist "Billy" Sunday to
come to Fremont for a series of revi
ral meetings. The chief reason for
the ball league management insisting
that Fremont is necessary to the state
league organization is that Sunday
games may be played here. The min
isters are opposed to baseball on that
"It seems to me that your husband
Is not of a very even temper."
"Oh, he certainly is. He growls the
whole time." Rire.
is not a "food" it is a medicine, and the
only medicine in the world for cows only.
Hade for tho cow and. as itsnameindicates,
a cow cure. Barrenness, retained after
birth. abortion.sconrs. caked udder, and ah
similar affections positively and quickly
cured. No one who keeps cows, whether
many or few. can afford to be without KOW
KV KE. It is made especially to keep cows
hralthj. Our book "Cow Mom-y" sent TREE.
A-V your local dealer for KOW-KURE or send
to the manufacturers.
BR1RT ASSOCImrj CO. . Lpidomllle. vt
lnttoo.D.U. Books free. High
est xetercocea Seat neulia.
State Fire Warden Inspects.
The inspectors of State Fire War
den A. V. Johnson are working from
the oast side of Lincoln toward the
west side in the business district, The
inspectors are J. H. Bennett and
James McLeod. They report only on
condition of buildings as related to
danger frcm fire. They have recom
mended that the building at 14:S O
street owned by Guy Green, should
be condemned and taken down be
cause they believe it endangers other
Change in Telsphone Rates.
The state railway commission has
permitted the Camp Dewey Telephone
company to increase rates at Creigh
ton and Nicbrara. The new rates be
come effective April 1. The price of
individual phencs has been increased
from $1.75 to $2 a month, residence
phones remain the same at $1.25. and
farm rhones are to be increased from
$1.25 to $1.50.
Pettit's Eye Salve 100 Years Old,
relieves tired eyes, quickly cures eye aches,
intbmed. sore, watery or ulcerated eves.
-All druggists or Howard BrosJ3nffa!o.NY.
A woman waters her grief with her
tears and it springs into a lovely flow
er; a man salts his with bitterness
and it turns to a thorn.
JIKAD. BACK AND I.KC.S ACHE?
Aerie all oi-rr? Throat sore, with chills That I La
linppc1. Prrry Oar s" PamlaUrr will break It up If
taken promptly. All dealers. 35c. 33c and 50c bottles.
There is no wioug a man can do
but is a thwarting of the living rlght-
To Vote on Initiative.
Hastings. The initiative and refer
endum will be presented for accept
ance or rejection by the voters of
Hastings at the annual spring election
on April 5. A petition having signa
tures of persons of over 15 per cent
qf the total vote of the city has been
filed with the city clerk, asking that
the voters be given an opportunity to
accept or reject the same.
McCook Students Strike.
ilcCook. For some time the seniors
of the McCook high school have been
remonstrating against the "despotic
rule" of the superintendent and prin
cipal and following the suspension of
three of the class for no satisfactory
reasons the whole class quit school.
The majority or the class will com
plete the school year elsewhere.
OXI.T ONE "BROJIO QUININE."
That is I.AXATIVK BKOMO QD1NINK. Look ten
vjrraiure u v. . uuuvg. Ltcd the World
is the word torememlW
; when you need a remedy
Convicts Steal Shirts.
Nine convicts at the state peniten
tiary lost thirty days "good time" each
during February for stealing shirts
from the factory where they arc em
ployed under a contract between the
state and the Piatt Shirt company.
The convicts are named Tucker. Bax
ter. Story. Chivers, Miles. Covington
Prince. Rodgers and Hunter. They uH
the shirts under their clothes before
they left the work shop. The waiden
reports a total cf 437 prisrne." in the
penitentiary. He received 50.60 for
the board of United States prisoners
When the worst comes to the worst
one may as well try to make the best
Many who used to smoke 10c cigars
now buy Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c.
The decay of poetry may be due to
the fact that sn much of it is rotten.
Street Railway Bonds.
The Lincoln Traction company, hav
ing certified to the state railway com
mission that it cannct sell its proposed
Issue of $253,269 of bonds for more
-nan $92 on the $100. has been author
ized by the commission to make ttie
sale at less than par. The bonds are
to pay for improvements. The com
mission has authcrized the Chicago.
St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha Rail
vay company to sell $1,500,000 of
"onds acquired by the purchase o" the
Superior Short Lire and to isne 3.
,fl0 of new bonds for construction In
t X 15 Lmmm
IHOSTh. I I bjttsl
1 STOMACH f
I BITTERS I
Mica Plant Is Started.
Grand Island. Forty-nine persons
were added to Grand Island's army of
workers this week when the city's new
Industry, the mica factory, started up
In the building formerly occupied by
the Kelso broom works. Forty-nine
girls were put to work splitting mica
and next Monday about double that
number will be employed.
With a theory that human health Is
dependent on the stomach and with
medicine which he says proves
this theory, I T. Cooper, a compara
tively young. man, has built-up an im
mense following during the past year.
Cooper has visited most of the lead
Ins cities of the country, and in each
city has aroused a storm of discussion
abont his beliefs and his medicines.
Wherever he has gone, peoplo have
called upon him by tens of thousands,
and his preparation has sold in im
The sale of this medicine has now
spread over the entire country, and is
growing enormously each day. In
view of this, the following statements
from two of the great number of fol
lowers which he now has, are of gen
N. V. Marsh, residing at 217 South
Daly street, Los Angeles, Cal., has the
following to say upon the subject of
the Cooper preparations:
"For more than a year I experi
enced the most intense suffering, due
to a form of stomach trouble which
the doctors called catarrhal gastritis.
After eating I would fill up with gas,
which caused frequent belching. The
abdominal area would expand until I
could scarcely breathe, causing great
distress. At such times I could not
keep still, but paced the streets for
hours until the pain subsided.
"Frequently I went without eating
rather than endure the torture that
was sure to follow. Liquids were the
only kind of food I could partake of
with safety. I had spells of dizzi
ness, and became badly run down
through suffering and lack of proper
nourishment. I tried various reme
dies in search of relief, but they failed
to help me.
"Some time ago a brother member
In a lodge to which I belong urged me
to try the Cooper remedies, which
were then being demonstrated in Los
Angeles. He stated that to his per
sonal knowledge they had been of
great benefit to others in a like condi
tion, and on the strength of his recom
mendation I procured a treatment of
Cooper's New Discovery.
"It proved helpful from the first
dose, and in less than a week I was
sating regularly and heartily, without
experiencing any bad effects after
ward. Since taking the full treatment
I am perfectly well and enjoy living
ror the first time in many months.
Now I can eat a hearty supper, then
o to bed and sleep like 7. healthy boy.
I feel so well that I can hardly realize
I am the same man. Cooper's New
Discovery has worked a marvelous
change in me it has done all that
was claimed for it.
Another statement by Mr. W. B.
Stewart. 109 W. Madison street, Chi
cago, is as follows: "I have had stom
ach trouble for years, and anyone who
is afflicted this way knows what an
awful distressed feeling it causes.
Many a time I have felt that I would
give most any price to be cured. It
was by accident that I heard of this
man Cooper's remedies. I immediate
ly made up my mind to bny a treat
ment of him. I used it for abont two
weeks, and it is impossible to tell
how much good it has done me. I
feel altogether different. I have more
life and energy than I have had for
years. The medicine certainly does
stimulate and strcqgthen the who.e
system. Tired feeling and weak condi
tion of the stomach has entirely
passed away. T feel well again."
Cooler's New Discovery is sold by
all druggists. If your druggist can
not supply yon, we will forward yon
(he name of a druggist in your city
who wilL Don't accept "something
just as good." The Cooper Medicine
Ca, Dayton, Ohio.
nd Big Can Kind
WHIT? Because Calumet Baking Powder is more
certain ih its results the taking is always lighter
more delicious and more evenly raised You never
cave a spoiled batch cf baling by its cce.
It requires less bence goes farther.
IS the 'fall valoe" bails- powder tba hishert quality
baking powder at a tncdiua price Acd wo noaranteo that
it will give yea ootc real catlcfactlcathzasnybcHaspcw
der von have ever cced szL year grocer.
Free fcrgs bsndsoaa recipe bco t, illustrated ta eders.
Send iz aad clip fennd vx posed cn.
Calmat Racclwd Rlsbcd Ward STcrfd'a Pen Feed &pm!Sm
Th!stC3SnycUSTKOMriANOIf ToaHrDUcstbebot nnuor lo sfc fotlottlng
rrous. Also Wi-wJ in - r l i:ttii- to uartff .-r i..rv x.itl l-o
lctirii; i aiu manufacturing buuc iai l'u:umu.icu-i.iam
riKST ritlZg-ONE 8oe-.wBX6C"'" VJANO lottowtvki KcC:.lirUt'tcv iw l
THEN ft4J4Q.03i(IUtedWtdnllnanratmtafitBaSS-9B to 1120.(0 amiRtlng to merit. Tkcseawanl31.tr
Fo4 J o tbe suae as so mudi ciuncr toward t tie pure ha no of ay b:w pl.iao 1 a max store.
I M PORTA XT Xo one who has been a wanted a prise is any of oar former contests will fen tUnrt nln u
mmp'telnthlscoBtett. Only one anvrcr will 1m received from any one family, otherwise the cuBtvr.1
free and open to anyone In t be United Htatejw
Wc arc spending a fortune each year In adrertlsiwr the HROERSTROM PIANO dlrcetfmuitlw )kn-.
of Kitlttled customers wttlcn.aftrr all. tit the very bcMadvi:rti:acntaiut we Intend to aecumpUsb lim
year waat otber manufacturers hvc taken rlfty years t do.
IJnton spent a million dollars in advert IMnict be pndurlsofhU manufacture. Wiiinrrprono.iiMTf
nlm a lunatic. Today nolsncraldcdhy thecniwned beadsof Knrvpe. imicluinied Ike Kins merchant. It
paystnadTcrllscwbenyourcnodf are right. We sell more piano wholesale ami retail than any otbrr
mannfactQrlnp concern In the country and our pan appeals to tne thinking tByeraonacouBLtroiir
ty&iem of nellin pianos direct t nim factory to home whl.-h nliminatenall mlddleiwan'a prom.
Krerr contestant will bo answrn-d hy mail, tint be rare and enclose a elf addressed ear cU'ikj U
assure that your award will not bo mlsaent or lost la the mail.
PIANO MFG. CO.
The Right Way
In all Cases of
Of all Horses, Brood Mares, Colts,
Stallion, is to
Oa their tongues or fa the feed pot Spohn's liquid
Compound. Giro the remedy to all of them. It
acts on the blood and glands. It routs t!:e disease
by espelling the disease cerms. It ware's off the
trouble bo matter bow they are "exposed " A!o
lutely free from anything injurious. A child can
safelV take it. 0 cents and (1.00; 5.0 and ffUXOO
the dozen. Sold by drmndsts. harness dealers, or
csfc express paid, by tbe manufacturers.
B)pCCBM JtBjwwIB) WaNMBSI
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.
BraflW. PBbBBBBBBh Wm
"I engaged a model the other day,"
aid the artist sadly, "for her beautiful
huir. I never saw anything qulto so
magnificent or abundant. When she
got here 1 didn't like the way she had
it done up, so I asked her to change it
I thought she had a kind of embar
rassed look, but she went behind the
screen and took it down and did it up
nil over again. When she came from
behind tbe screen I was shocked.
"She had left hair her beautiful hair
behind tbe screen!"
f JgMeH (T staaaT
TIIIM OF MY1M 1 SENUTM?
Jnst wjotarat. Mr. Farmer, or Xr. Dairyman; do job. know
what make of suaebine will rIvo you tbe be; t reunite, work
easiest, last longest and Is cleaned the anlefcest? Rcaembrr,
csed ttriee a day. Is tines a .-cck or 73) times a year involTe-j a
strain that demands perfect constractloo. A
National Cream Separator
srrD eaafJr more Its sauerlaritw em ezsjaraation or com
parison with other stakes. Thorough testa have desoor.
Stratetl that ! t altkna elryur e th.in nnv cither maehlnt? mailr.
The comparatively few parts make It easiest to rim and
. keep eleaa. Let us ttend you our cataleTue costalainic full
particulars and testimonials of hundreds of eatlsncd owacn
Thm ask and lasist oa your dealer deasoBstratliis aNatiocu)
THE (MTIOIUI, DAIRY MACHINE COMPANY
Ooahen, Inalana Chicago, Illinois
"That woman is never happy except
when bothering over the unknowable."
"Yes. She ttssd to adore Hrowning:
now she dotes on Henry James." j
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Turlock Irrigation District
The IXD of SUNSIIINB and OPPOR
TVNITJES. Healthful Climate. A-l land;
ABUNDANT WATKR at low rate:
I'rachcs. Apricots. FIks. Olives. Sweet
Potatws. Alfalfa and Dairying pay bet
tor than $1V).C0 per acre yearly. Writo
for IlIustnitMl lKKjklct.
DEFT. F.TURLOCK MAID OF TRADE. Tarisck. Cat.
Goes to Europe for Horses.
Albion. .Max Wolf, who last year
Imported a number of draft horses
from Europe, left this week for France
to purchase another .shipment which
he will bring to Albion. These horses
Mr. Wolf expects to dispose of mainly
Fulierton Votes to Erect New
Fulierton. When the voters of the
school bond election were canvassed
it was found that the proposition to
issue the bonds of the district for the
sum of $33,000 to be expended for the
erection of a new high school building
had carried liy a vote of 30G for the
bonds to 42 against them. These bondo
will be issued in $1,000 denominations,
due and payable twenty years from
their date, with an option to pay after
five years, and to bear interest at tbe
rate of 5 per cent, payable annually.
Words of Praise
For the several ingredieat of which Dr. Pierce's asedf
rises ar conposed,as given by leaders ia oil the several
schools of medidae, should have far more weight thaa aay
amount of aoaprofcssioaaI testiaabaials. A Booklet saade
up of these sent free. Address as below. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription has the badge of honssty oa every
bottle-wrapper, in a full list of all its ingredieats priated
ia plow English aad swom to as correct.
If yea are aa iavalid wesson and suffer from freqveat
aeadsche, backache, gaawiag distress ia stomach, period
seal pains, disagreeable draggiag-down distress, aerhapa
dork spots or specks daaciwg before tbe eyes, fsiat spcUa
and kiadred symptoms earned by female weakness, or
other derangement of the frmialar organ, yoa caa aot
fe better thaa take
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BSlWS i 1ft as T ea
If llUHLas 90
4srsK-IZJ la adrfltk
Jym ex ports
fttrr t4aam t&ttlo
sift irn Tia a aim ai
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BiJBrwmBBraJ by railway i
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WmtKfA for stttl
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mavSasanpsal tlealara. mtt
ou miss a great deal of the
nlfvicnnae est lifa f mmas
ifsiwiMtuv... va uw as jvw
stomach has "if one
back on you"' but don't
B remain in that condition.
tjThe Bitters will set things
Costiveness 8k. Headache.
Erect Historical Monument.
Kearney. The Fort Kearney chap
ter. Daughters of the American Revo
lution, have had placed at a point just
south of the city a large Barre granite
monument to mark the place where
the old Oregon trail crossed Central
avenue. The stone is red granite and
I rough hewn with the exception of
one side which bears the following in
scription: "The first stcne erected In
Nebraska to mark the old Oregon
trail, 181MS69. dedicated by the Fori
Kearney chapter. Daughters of the
American Revolution, Kearnrv, Neb..
February 14, 1S10."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
The hospital, surgeon's kaHe and operatiag table may be avoided by tba
timely we of "Favorite Prescription" ia sach cases. Thereby tbe obaoz
sous exaauaauoas aad local treatments of ike family physician caa be avoided
aud a taoroagh coarse of ssMcessfal treatment carried oat an the privacy of
"Famrsta Fre riasJaa is miami of the vary
alii wmmdkmmtA roots kaowa to saadical scieaca
abal ami aa Imrasfal ar Jsabst-firmiaj drags.
ralss cattle la Wtrn U
i ib the cent belt or 3
TJalted Btataa. Fd S
la ebeapar aad ell mate B
hatter for.tas swrpoiw. 3
tosr BMUSss will tat- B
fs fatter tana jcar
anasrs will snolara tbo f
aaslies. Wkfest ean bo
a aa to ttioSEtb ysr
IKf mllea Bnrth rtt
svvl.. Jfour vacsat land
will fco takes at a rato
tloa. ,Wo BSTO eaooah
people la ths United
Mates alone- wno want
kaka antlus issd." Baui,
iter wait BSBfottw-lrBOBwa
wcrnMnnam tnia year,
nrmtsced snetaer Isnro
ant, oars ana Barlry.
ia wittea tas csctjw
wmv au iwiRva jinn. :
ramttis. asiolsa. atie4
nrnm arowtsa it xnn
aawa JBimrrra. .
freo aoasrateacl aad at e-ewip-
I well as Jssila bUl
m ar iiirans.
oil. Benltlifal cll
KUil srboola ami
aaa sjosd raUwsnra.
IrraT ntea. SaaerlptiTO
m jess win.- now
country and otaer rnr-
;tm ftA fciitft nf I..mL
Ottawa. Canada, or to Urfj
Dp not expect too mack from "Favorite Prescription;" k wH aot perform
draeles;ttwrirjsdfasfveercafataaMrs. No racdiciBa will. ItwiUab
" Tlca tabusb Tigorow bcaltb ia most wtabacwmi and sihaeats pecJ.
r"y " ' ro woman as aaysaediciae can. It mast be given a fair i
ay perseverance W its ase for a KsaoaaMa Umdth el Has.
22l !TVl1brd to ?? oatrani aa i
teraedy at known eoateosirien.
.nnw7i.T0r?.r' ."T181 to co"ak Dr. Pierce, br letter, free. AM oor
ZLllZTLSl??1 refly ret aad womanly conidraces are pro
2S1 nT0! P"1' . Address World's Dispeaaary Medical Aao-?f'J?r-
!,' Pieree, pifcat, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce a Pleasant Pellets the best laxative aad regulator of the bowels.
A dead fiver mea&s awful sick
nessdon't let it come when
it can be prevented.' GMcarets
l AaL . 1 mm
kccp ue uver uveiy ana Dowee
rcsaiar ana who OS senous,
iataa world. Manaa
ill SMI hi! saaawst avltM-
aaaafsaBa aw.aadsuaat Issassw
1-U ask wJjr rs. Beat refcrcaav'
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Catsrswretcess kriihter and farter colors thin inj ether 4ji. One 10c asecoae colors ill Bsers. The on In cols water attmr'lkaain other a.
Yteasfion78sr.stwltl.wtripBlss3s3rt Writo for hoc NokM-Hon to Ojt.ileac. and ML Colors, samMOsTOAW