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Good Christian and Family Man, But
Had Poor Digestive Organs What
Cured Him You Can Get Fret.
JU . ?wrt,Ilr admitted fact that
nS ro'n'atera and ttielr families Dr.
laxative. It is not often that the laysaaa
speak up In meet
ing." and hence
these words from
Mr. Joseph Murphy
of Indianapolis. Ind..
whose picture we
"All my life I had
-needed a laxative to
cure my constipa
tion and stomach
trouble. I couldn't
couldn't cet what I
did oat out of my
system I tried
my work, engineer
on a railroad train. Mr lr..i. u ...-
v awtuii uiiiiiw
SPEAKS III PARIS
Addresses Distinguished Audience
at Ancient University.
Srl8!!0 f"10 ther th,nK8- lM "" own Probably the best test of
TTiere la need of a sound body, and true love of liberty In any wuairy U
even more need nf uim mi. ... I .v . ... W,J"'
"CITIZENSHIP" HIS SUBJECT
Reads Them Lecture on Sterility.
Paris. April 23. Ex-President Roose
velt today lectured before an audience
at tne Sorbonne. that comprised the
greatest gathering of the intellect and
learning of France that has gathered
at this ancient educational seat in
makes it !!,... it,., t . . ' .' tcul"ry. u ever Del ore.
weiri.irrrwafnVdte8 before th announced lor
met up uitti nr. mi.iiif- c... "t..I the luvinnin. r oi .. .,
6in through fiiT T .wup icp. o"t, u. luiuuci iiuuseveit s
frknl'Ttc " in the great audi-
Bcme time aKo. but I am still cured." I torium was tilled, and thousands lined
It can tw hmioiif- j . . - I tti ...nil i . . . .
. ,:.. " ": "ruKgisi ror " " ju streets auout thn um.
tells Students and Professors of Duty
of France as Nation and Then
""j mciiic uu ui me lacs of mat
elves as Individuals to the World- solid Quallties-selr-restralnt seir-nws-
even more need or a sound minH n..t
above mind and above body stands
character, the sum of those qualities
which we mean when we speak of a
man's force and courage, of his good
faith and sense of honor I believe In
exercise of the body, always provided
that we keen In mlnt tha nh..i
development Is a means and not an
ena i believe, of course. In giving to
all the people a rand erinnatinn n..
the education must contain much be
sides book-learning In order to be
really good We must ever remember
that no keenness, and subtleness of
intellect, no polish, no rlpvpm. i
any way make up of the lack of great
rcnf r t n .- r '. hhoi v
and a frWtVtXttle ewKr ?t" - Colonel Roosevelt said
about v3..,If .,here ,s Kome mystery
wr?to the f8 "'i1 ynl! wanl -Plained
write tli doctor. For the ailvlre r.r free
ample !Uiclre8 Dr. V. B. Caldwell 2U
Caldwell Bid,?.. MonUcello. I1L '
REASON FOR SOBRIETY.
"Say. Sam, is yo' afraid of snakes?"
"'Deed I is; I done swore off six
REST AND PEACE
Upon Distracted Households
When Cuticura Enters.
Sleep for skin tortured babies and
rest for tired, fretted mothers is found
lu a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and
gentle anointing with Cuticura Oint
ment. This treatment. In the major
ity of cases, affords immediate relief
n the most distressinc forms of Itrh.
tag. burning, scaly., and crusted hu- u VJ "? t0 Uage tbe first
more, eczemas, rashes, inflnmmatinn- "B.h batt.,e? ,or lhe continent their
Foundations of Our Renuhlie.
This was the most famous univer
sity of mediaeval Europe at a time
when no one dreamed that there was
a new world to discover. Its services
to the rause of human knowledge al
ready stretched far back in to the
remote past at the time when my fore
frthers. three centuries ago. were
among the sparse bands of traders,
plowmen, wood choppers, and fisher
folk who. in a hard struggle with the
iron uniriendlluess of the Indian
haunted land, were laying the founda
tions of what has now become the
giant republic of the west. To con
quer a continent, to tame the shaggy
roughness of wild nature means grim
wanare; and the generations engaged
n it cannot keep, still less add to.
the stores of garnered wisdom whicn
were therein, and which are still In
the hands of their brethren who dwell
In the old land To conquer the
wilderness means to wrest victory
from the same hostile forces with
which mankind struggled in the Im
memorial infancy of our race. Thr
primeval conditions must be met by
primeval qualities which are incom
patible with the retention of mucn
that has been painfully acquired by
humanity as through the aeos it has
striven upward toward civilization.
In conditions so primitive there can
be but a primitive culture.
3uilding the Higher Life.
As the country grows. Its people, who
have won success In so many lines
turn back to try to recover the pos
, sessions of the mind and the spirit.
wmen periorce their fathers throw
aside in order better to wage the first
tery. common sense, thp mvw .
ceptlng individual responsibility and
yet. of acting in conjunction with
others. Courage and resolution; these
are the qualities which mark a mas
terful people Without them no peo
ple can control Itself or save Itself
from being controlled tFnm k .
side. I speak to a brilliant assemblage:
I speak in n great university .;
represents the flower of the highest
Intellectual development; I pay all
homage to Intellect, and to elaborate
and specialized training of Ton Intel
lect; and yet I know I shall uave the
assent of all you present when I add
that more Important still are the com
monplace. every-day qualities and virtues.
iur way iD wnicn minorities are
treated In that country. Not only
should there be complete liberty In
matters of religion and opinion, but
complete liberty for each man to lead
hh life as he desires, provided only
mat in so doing be does not wrong
hi neighbor. Persecution t bad be
cause It Is persecution, and without
reference to which side happens at the
moment to be the persecutor and
which the persecuted. Class hatred is
bnd In just the same way. and without
arv regard to the Individual o at.
a given time, substitutes loyalty to a
class for loyalty to the nation, or sub
stltutes hatred of men because they
happen to come In u certain social
category, for Judgment awarded them
according to their conduct Remem
ber always that the same measure of
condemnation fhou'd be extended to
the arrogance which would look down
upon or crush any man because he Is
poor, and to the envy and hatred
which would destroy a man because
be Is wealthy The overbearing bru
tallty of the man of wealth or power
and the envious and hateful malice di
rected against wealth or power, are
really at root merely different msnl
Testations of the same quality, merely
the two sides of the same shield.
The man who. if born to wealth and
power, exploits and ruins his less
fortunate brethren is at heart the
same as the greedy and violent deraa
gogue who excites those who have
not prorerty to plunder tho who
have. Of one man In especial, be
yond anyone else, the citizens of a re
public should beware, and that Is of
the man who appeals to them to sup
port him on the ground that he Is
hostile to other citizens of the rentib-
Hc. that he will secure for those who
elect him. in one shape or another,
profit at the expense of other citizens
of the republic. 11 makes no differ
ence whether he appeals to class
haired or class Interest, to religious
or anti-religious prejudice, the man
who makes such an appeal should al
ways be presumed to make It for the
sake of furthering his own Interest
The very thing that an Intelligent
and self-respecting member of a
democratic community should not do
Is to reward any public man because
that public man says he will get the
private citizen something to which
this private citizen Is not entitled, or
will gratify some emotion or ani
mosity which this private citizen
ought not to possess.
NEBRASKA JN 1RIEP.
A Ranch Story.
Let me Illustrate this by on
anecdote from my own experience: A
number of years ago I was engaged
In cattle-ranching on the great plains
of the western United States. There
ire no fences. The cattle wandered
free, the ownership of each being de-
irritations, and chafings. of infancy' i . . h , ,L The leaders of
nd childhood, permits ;Pst and Seen g ! " f aCtin grpe ,nelr uay
tn ,u : .. "r, . S.eep forward to a new life, realizing snm.
v "uiu 1'iucui uuu cuiiu. ann nnintn ., ... . -
uines uimiy. sometimes clear-sighted- J
to botli parent and child, and points
to a speedy cure, when other remedies
fail. Worn-out and worried parents
will find this pure, sweet and econom
ical treatment realizes their highest
expectations, and may he applied to
the youngest infants as well as chil
dren of all ages. The Cuticura Rem
edies are sold by druggists every
where. Send to Potter Drug & Chem.
Corp.. sole proprietors. Boston. Mass.,
for their free 32-page Cuticura Book on
the care and treatment of skin and
calp of infants, children and adulta.
Civilization and Missions.
There is a question that Is larger
than government or trade, and that fa
the moral well-being of the vast mil
lions who have come under the protec
tion of modern governments. The rep
resentative of the Christian religion
must have his place side by side with
the man of government and trade, and
for generations that representative
must be supplied in tho person of the
foreign missionary from America and
Europe. Civilization can only be per
manent and continue a blessing to any
people if. in addition to promoting
their material well being, it also
stands for an orderly individual liber- one Kni inr nl J, Z7, """-u&u,P- me
ty. for the growth of Intelligence S I Z bearers Jl 7 iOU'
for eaual lustier in tho -Hmiio.," !"y nearers aQd to me and my coun-
ij. mat tne life of material gain,
whether for a nation or an individual,
is ot value only as a foundation, only
as there is added to it the uplift that
comes irom devotion to leftier ideals
The new lite thus sought can in part
be developed airesh irom wbat is
round about in the new world: h,,r
it can be developed in full only by
ireely drawing upon the treasure
houses of the old world nnnn thn
treasures stored in the ancient abodes
ol wisdom and learning, such as this
where 1 speak today.
It Is a mistake tor any nation merely
to copy another: but it is an even
greater mistake. It is a proof of weak
ness in any nation, not to be anxious
to learn irom another, and willing nnH
able to adapt that learning to the new
national conditions and make it fruit
id and productive therein. It is for
us of the new world to si: at the leet
of the Gamaliel of the old; then If we
have the right stuff in us. we can show
that Paul, in his turn, can become a
teacher as well as a scholar.
Today. 1 shall sneak tn vm tt.
subject of Individual citizenship, the
for equal justice in the administration
oi law. cnristianity alone meets these
fundamental requirements. The
change of sentiment in favor of the
foreign missionary In a single genera
tion has been remarkr.ble.
They had met at Bluepoint. L. L,
two years before and were celebrating
It by a little dinner at a cafe.
"I shall never forget how we be
came acquainted." he was saying. "So
romantic. In swimming. That was
when I first saw you. You went Into
three feet of water and got frightened.
I rescued you from a watery grave
and we were friend3 at once " He
called the waiter. "Bring rae the wine
list." he said, explaining. "Because we
began our acquaintance in a watery
way. it needn't always be watery.."
We oflvr One Hundrrd Uotlars Reward tot
cue or Csurrti usat canjiot te cuml by Kilt
. ,h . , F--J.CIJEXKYAOO..To!edo. a
K-tt. lit TSlKnwl,.la,e known "-,J- Chrory
EihVf t it 2fans- anJ bIleve him PntrcUr hoi
brable in all biasness trsnvictiona nd financially
H to carry out any obliratjona made by bis Ann.
WALKING. KlNXAV A MlRMV.
.. .. . Wholesale DrucsWji. Toledo. O.
,? v SHre.ls Uk"1 internally. artlS
ASrtcVr uron tbe blood anrt mn. .......Li . .V"
ystem. TwUmoDlals arnt free. like 75 eeata am
tottle. Po'd by all Druwrlst. m
TXm llalTa Family ltii ror comttlMUoa.
What Did He Mean?
Bill What will he do when all the
fools are dead?
Jill Hell niver live to see that
day. Yonkers Statesman.
trymen. because you and we are ..in.
zens of great democratic republics A
democratic republic such as each ol
ours an effort to realize in Its full
sense government by. of. and lor the
people represents the most iri,",nti..
ui an possible social experiments the
one iruugut with greatest possibilities
alike lor good and for evil.
Great Lessons of France.
France has taught many lessons to
other nations; hurely one of the most
Important is the lesson her whole his
tory teaches, that a hnh nicH. .
literary development is compatible
with notable leadership n arms and
statecraft. The brilliant gallantry ot
the French soldier has for many cen
turies been nrnvorhtoi ... ., ..,..
these same centuries at every court tn
Europe the "free masons of fashion
have treated the French tongue as
their common speech; while every a-t-ist
and man of letters, and every man
of science able to aDnreriat hn.
velous instrument ol precision. French
prose, nas turned towards France for
aid and Inspiration. How long the lead
ership in arms and letters has lasted
Is curiously illustrated by the lact that
tue earnest masterpiece in modern
tongue Is the splendid French epic
which telb of Roland's doom and the
vengeance of Charlemagne when the
lords of the Frankish hnc ..,
stricken at Roncesvalles.
Need cf Individual Character.
Let those who have. keep, let those
-u iiaie uiu. strive 10 attain a high
The Evils of Sterility.
In the next place the good man
should be both a strong and a brave
nian; that Is. he should be able to
fight, he should be able to serve
his country as a soldier if the need
arises. There are weii.m,,i u
osophers who declaim against the un
righteousness of war. They are right
only they lay all their emphasis upon
the unrighteousness War is a dread
nil things, and unjust; war is a crime
against humanity But It Is such a
crime because it is unjust, not because
" .s war. me choice must ever be in
faor of ricbteousnecs ..,, .u
whether the alternative 'be peace or
whether the alternative be war The
question must not be merely. 8 there
to be peace or war? The question
must be. is the right to prevail? Are
the great laws of righteousness once
-.c to oe rumiied? And the answer
ST'-vJ-0"!! and vlrI,e """ masx
iLZL "ha eve.r ih. Every
...,- Won snouid always be
made by the Individual In private life
nf rVULof 8 brawl- to kP ot
of trouble; but no self-respecting indl-
- uu '"respecting nation, can
or ought to submit to wrong
Finally, even more Important than
ability to work, even more Important
than ability to fight at need, is it to
remember that the chief of blessings
for any nation is that it shall leave its
seed to inherit the land. It was the
crown of blessings in Biblical times
and it is the cmwn nf ki '
.. "'Maiugs now
The greatest of all curses Is the curse
of sterility, and the severest of ail
condemnations should be that visited
upon willful sterility. The first es
sential in any civilization Is that the
man and the woman shall be father
uu u otner or healthy children, so
tnat the race shall Increase and not
decrease If this is not so. if through
no fault of society there Is failure to
"crease. a great misforiune. If
the failure is due to deliberate and
willful fault, then it Is not merely a
misfortune, it is one of those crimes
of ease and self-indulgence, of shrink
ing from pain and effort and risk,
which in the long run nature punishes
more heavily than any other.
If we of the great republics. If we.
the free people who claim to have
cuiuiiL-ipaiea ourselves from the thral
dom of wrong and error, bring down
on our heads the curse that comes
upon the willfully barren, then It will
be an Idle waste of breath .....
or our achievements, to boast of all
that we have done. So refinement ot
life, uo delicacy of taste, no material
progress, no sordid heaping up of
riches, no sensuous development of art
and literature, can in any way com-
i"-"aic iur Lne men r .
fundamental virtues; and of the great
fundamental virtues the .,... .
the races power to perpetuate the
But if a man's efficiency Is not guid
ed and regulated hv mn,i
then the more efficient be Is the worse
.. . e danSerous to the body
politic. Courage. Intellect, all the mas
terful qualities, serve but to make a
man more evil If they are used merely
for that .man's own advancement
with brutal indifference to the rfvh.
Of Others It ne:ilro til f .u I
-- ,.UWK ... ., -uf. fwim. i - - '
munitv if the rA,nm.,.i.. . . i a sincere and disinterested frlendchin
.muimi worsnins i . . -
In the seething turmoil of the
Notts of Interest From Vark
oua Parts of State.
A freight train. No. 29. from Platts-
moutn to Lincoln, ran over and killed
the 10-year-old son of C. E. Schunnan.
me ioreman or the extra bridge gang
i leaar creek.
At a special election held In Co
lumous city and township to vote
oonas to build a new steel bridge
across the Platte, tbe provision was
carried almost unanimously.
iceman Weddle, who lives three
mi!es west of Stella, has a Die 2 week
oia mat has five well developed ears.
Two of the extra ears are growing
from the regular cars, and the other
one is near one of the others. The
pig is in a healthy condition.
John Just, and C. P. Johnson, of
Battle Creek were before the Com.
mission on Dipsomania and were art
judged fit subjects for detention and
treatment, and were taken to Lin-
Rev. Lou Wallace Cade has ncr-enr.
ed a call to the pastorate of the First
rrcsoyterian church in Plattsmouth
to uu the vacancy caused by the res
ignation of Rev. J. H. Salsbury, now
The body of Mrs. D. C. Wallace,
who died in Los Angeles, arrived in
Telcamah for Interment in Tekamah
cemetery. Mrs. Wallace was for nianv
years a resident of Tekamah and re--mover
to California, but two years
A Washington dispatch says: Sec
retary Wilson today detailed an ex
pert from the department of agricul
ture to make experiments In Nebraska
witn a view to preventing and curing
hog cholera. The bureau of animal
Industry has been working for nearly
u ytars in an euort to discover a
serum which would check the spread
of this disease, and it is now believed
that they have been successful, and
Secretary Wilson has expresed his
willingness to send a veterinary sur
geon to Nebraska.
As a result of the vote of thesciti
zens of Fairbury in a snecial election
that city will construct a water works
system and also erect an electric light
plant both of which will be municipal
The printed plans and specifica
tions of the new Odd Fellows' home
for which contract has been let aro
on exhibition In York. It promises
to oe one or the largest, best built,
most commodious and sanitary fire-
prooi outiaings of Its kind In the
west The Odd Fellows will expend
the coming year nearly 190.000 in im
provements. Sirs. A. Marquardt. a widow living
about five and a half miles southwest
of Pilger, committed suicide by hang
ing in a small grove near her house
She had been ill for some years and
Frf that in 9r1r1neein IWVo 1;n1.t.Mm ..
tiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose ex-
iicuuc wui women s diseases covers twenty-five years.
The present Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia EL
Pinkham, was ior years under her direction, and has ever
Since her decease continued to advise women.
' Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad '
.- f -.....& w uim mcjr uugut io nave immediate
assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink
fromexposmg themselves to the questions and probable
eraminations of even their family physician. Such ques
tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost
you can consult a woman whose knowledge ton actual
experience is great
MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION j
m Women sufferingfrora any formof female weakness arein
vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn,
women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness
to a wanan; thus has been established this confidence
between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which
has never been broken. Never has she published a testi
monial or used a letter without the written consent of the
writer, and never has the company allowed these confi
dential letters to get outrof their possession, as the hun
dreds of thousands of them in their files will attest
Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. Pink
ham has to draw from, it is more than possible that she
has gamed the very knowledge needed in your case,
She asfcj nothing in return except your good will, and her
advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or
poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous
offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lvdia
-"- 'w5 , xyuu, mass.
termlned by the brand: the calves , ? aU been In for some years and
were branded with the brand of the . suPPsed that temporary abcrra-
uuii as causca oy her continued ill-
cows they followed. If. on the round
up, an animal was passed by. the fol
lowing year it would appear as an un
branded yearling and was then called
a maverick. By the custom of the
country these mavericks were brand
ed with the brand of the man on
whose range they were found. One
day I was riding the range with a
newly hired cowboy, and we came
upon a maverick.
I said to him: "It Is so-and-so's
brand." naming the man on whose
range we happened to be.
He answered: 'That's all right
doss, i know my business." i
In another moment I said to him:
"Hold, on, you are putting on my
To this he answered: "That's all
right: I always put on the boss
I answered: "Oh. very well. Now
you go straight back to the ranch and
Bui wnai is owing to you. I don t need
you any longer."
He jumped up and said: "Why,
what's the matter? I was putting on
And I answered: "Yes. my friend.
and If yon will steal for me you will
steal from me."
Now the same principle which ap
plies in private life applies also In
public life. If a public man tries to
get your vote by saying that be will
do something wrong In your Interest.
you can be absolutely certain that If
ever It becomes worth his while he
will do something wrong against
France and the United States.
And now. my host a word In part
ing. You and I belong to the only
two great republics among the great
powers of the world. The ancient
friendship between France and tbe
United States has been, on tbe whole.
V " . UlllIIIIM I W W7Mn
these qualities and treats their no. I A ca'amity to you would be a sorrow
sessors as heroes regardless of hth I lo U8 "Mt " would be more than
i-njaikai uicsscngers. "" " uui, Mine to attain a biwh
He (gushingly) Your eyes tell me stacdard of cultivation and scholar-uch-
hiP- Vet let us remember that thes
She (icily) Your breath tells me
more. Cornell Widow.
The World's Volcanoes.
There are 270 active volcanoes In
the world, many of them being com
er the qualties are used rightly or
...wnfc,., lt manes no difference as to
the precise way in which this slnls
ter efficiency Is shown. It makes no
uuierence wnether such a man's force
una acuity betray themselves In tbe
career or money maker or politician
so.dler or orator, journalist or popu
lar leader. If the man works for evil
then the more successful be is. the
more he should be despised and con
uemned by all upright and farseelng
men. To iudee n mnn mMi
---7- --.. uiv.icij Uy suc
cess Is an abhorrent wrong; and If
the people at large habitually so Judge
men. If they grow to condone wicked
ness because the wicked man tri
umphs, they show their Inability to
understand that in the last analysis
free institutions rest nnnn the h..
acter of citizenship and that by such
admiration af evil thev nmw ih.m.
selves unfit for liberty.
The Idea of True Liberty.
The gcod citizen will demand lib
erty for himself, and as a matter r
pride he will see to It that others re
ceive the liberty which he thus claims
history of humanity certain nations
stand out as possessing a peculiar
power or charm, some special gift of
beauty or wisdom of strength, which
puts them among the Immortals
which makes them rank forever with
me leaaers or mankind. France Is
one of the nntlnns Pnr her r ii
would be a loss to all the world. ernor Hu8hea Its congratulations
There are certain lessons of hHiii.n. ' ovcr toe appointment of Governor
There are certain lessons of brilliance
and of generous gallantry that she
can teach better than any of her sister
nations. When the French peasantry
sang of Maibrook It was to tell bow
the soul of this warrior-foe took flight
upward through tbe laurels he bad
won. Nearly seven centuries ago
Froissart. writing of a time of dire
disaster, said that the realm or
France was never so stricken thm
there were not left men who would
valiantly fight for it You have bad a
great past 1 believe that you will
have a great future. Long may you
carry yourselves proudly as citizens of
a nation which bears leaHin ..
I . . -- .MO IMI
tu me leacning and uplifting of man
Anna Zook. a German woman
whose home is in the south part of
York county, filed complaint against
Joseph Weiss for attempt to kill.
Last summer Weiss went to Germany
and induced Anna Zook to rnme tn
America with him under promise of
marriage, but has refused to carry
out the marriage ceremony.
The Burlington has been granted
authority to put into effect a rule
against receiving sheep for shipment
until twenty-four hours after they
have been dipped. Dipping seems to
weaker tho sheep and render them
more liable to injury when shipped.
The rule is adopted, it is said, for the
mutual protection of the shipper and
Alex Lyon, a real estate dealer,
or Central City, was killed when his
auto skidded over an embankment
about seven miles east of town in
Hamilton county and turned over in
a ditch. There was about a foot and
a half or water and soft mud in tho
ditch and Lyon was pinned down by
tbe steering wheel and death result
ed apparently from drowning. The
dead man was a prominent farmer.
A hen belonging to Mrs. H. T. Wil
son, who lives four miles north of
town, laid an egg weighing four
ounces. The egg was eight inches In
circumference and" inside the shell nf
the large egg was another egg perfect
in every way.
The body of Porter BIdwell. a man
72 years old, who has lived alone in
a cottage near Watson's ranch for
several years, was found In a path
near the cottage where It is evident
that he fell and died alone. His daugh
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Tilton Webber of Randolph, who
had been at Osmond on business, on
returning home, lost control of his
automobile and paid the penalty with
his life. The automobile Is a com
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LIMBURGER AND THE LAW
Odorous Compound Responsible for
Some Trouble and a Little Al
"Technically." said Judge Wells to
William Rung in tbe municipal court
"you had the right on your side. How
ever, you chose a rorm of cruel and
unusual punishment that cannot be
tolerated by this court I'll have to
fine you one dollar."
It appears Irom the evidence that
Mr. Rung, who is a stereotvner. sat
down to luncheon with Edward Snider,
a fellow employee. The piece de resist
ance or Runx'a luncheon consisted nf
limburger cheese, and Snider, who re
gards blmseir aa something or a wag,
bad made certain remarks about the
cheese, reflecting particularly on its
odor. Thereupon Mr. Runs? smeared
a piece or the cheese over the humor
ous Snider s countenance.
"This." said Rung, as he stepped op
to pay his fine. "Is the kind of Justice
that smells to heaven."
"That will be about all from you,"
said the court bailiff; "cheese It!"
"Was your wife pleased with that
birthday gift you took home last
"Dee-lighted! She said that r HMn
seem to have a thing to do but to sit
around and remember her birthdays."
Strength of Legs Differ.
In 54 cases out of every hundred
the left leg is stronger than the right
A Real Prodigy.
"So you think your boy la a
prodigy? But every man thinks his
own son Is the most wonderful being
that ever breathed."
"I tell you this youngster Is re
markable, no matter how you may
sneer. I'-e seen him do a thing that
I don't suppose any other boy of hia
age could possibly do."
"What's his specialty? Mathemat
ics?" "Mathematics? I should say not.
He hasn't any more of a bead for fig
ures than I have, and learning the
multiplication table was the hardest
work I ever did in my life."
"In what branch of science does he
seem to be particularly Interested V
"He isn't interested In science at
all; but the other day a friend of mine
who has a big automobile left the ma
chine standing in front of my house
for more than half an hour, and, al
though the boy was playing around
outside all the time he did not once
climb into the automobile or even toot
Just the Job.
Old Argus waa boasting about his
"A useful man for an office," cried
"Yes." added Argus, "and I can kees
half of them closed when I want, to."
Here the populace clapped their
"Well make him custom-house la
spector." they declared.
In the London streets there arc
nearly 10.500 boy traders under M.
years of nge. and over 900 girl traders.
It's Pettifs Eye Salve.
that pves ivtar.t relief to eyes, irritated
trora duet heat, sun or wind. 25c. All druz
guts or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N Y
Put the wrong foot out of bed first
when you get up In the morning and
you will be cross all day. Always get
up with 'he right foot foremost.
Man Missing With Gems.
Chicago. Norman P. Cummings.
millionaire real estate dealer, former
ly of Chicago, and now of Pasadena.
Cal., is missing with jaT.OOO worth or
diamonds and $3,500 in cash on his
person and his wife fears he is a
victim of foul play. He disappeared
Wednesday morning shortly after
leaving his wife on an elevated train,
and alarmed at his long absence and
tearing fnnl nlas ti- ri..i .
o --. r-j. . wuuiuiiiigs noti
fied tbe police of the Chicago avenue
Station llf his ltleann...
Schooner Goes Ashore.
San Francisco. The Merchant ex
change Friday received a message
from Altata. Mex.. stating that the
schooner Eva. which sailed from San
rrancisco April 2, is ashore at Altata
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Twenty-Six Bodies Recovered.
Birmingham. Ala. The work of re
covering the bodies of the 43 victims
of tbe Mulga mine explosion was
pushed with vigor Friday. Twenty
six bodies have been recovered.
Wolter Guilty of Murder.
New York. Albert Wolter. charged
with the killing of Ruth Wheeler, tbe
pretty young stenographer. In bis
apartments on March 24. was Friday
found guilty of murder In the first de
sree uy me jury.
Nothing Slow About This.
New York. The marriage of Law-
rence Swift and Miss Elisabeth M
Hurry, eldest daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Randolph Hurry, was eeiehr.
at the Church of tbe Epiphany Friday.
Hughes to the supreme bench of the
Engineer McLaughlin has arrived in
Superior from Kansas City to work on
the 11.000.000 cement plant, claimed to
be the largest single Industry of the
state outside of Omaha.
Victor L. Fried, county treasurer of
Burt county, died at his home in
Oakland after an illness of two weeks
of muscular paralysis at the age of 46
A disastrous pasturage fire oc
curred at the old Buckeve ranch nnrt
some adjoining farms about twelve
miles southeast of Broken Bow. About
3,000 acres of fine nasture inn enH
many fence posts were destroyed.
The funeral services over the re
mains of Mrs. Etta May Miner and
her five children who were burned
from the explosion of a tar kettle,
were held In Ponca. ah that rl
mained of the six bodies was placed
in one ordinary casket
The county commissioners nf nr
falo county have called an election
for the purpose of bonding the county
to the amount of $100,000 to erect
and equip a new county court house
to be erected in Lexington. This
will be the third election for the
me purpose within the year.
Day After Day
One will find
a cansUnt delight.
The food is crisp and
wholesome and so dainty
and tempting, that it ap
peals to the appetite all the
time morning, neon and
Some folks have pro
nounced Post Toasties the
choicest flavoured bits of
cereal food ever produced.
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