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AN INSURANCE HXCEPTION.
HJvvtPa mm mmWcmmmmmam'
"Now," said the chronic quoter, "a
nan is known by the company he
"Say, I'm an Insurance policy hold
er! Please don't class me with the
company I keep."
SCRATCHED SO SHE
1 write to tell you how thankful I
am for the wonderful Cutlcura Rem
edies. My little niece had eczema for
live years and when her mother died
I took car of the child. It was all
over her face and body, also on her
head. She scratched so that she could
not sleep nights. I used Cutlcura
Boap to wash her with and then ap
plied Cuticura Ointment I did not
use quite half the Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment, together with Cutlcura Re
iolvent. when you could see a change
and they cured her nicely. Now she
Is eleven years old and has never been
bothered with eczema since. My i
.v. , V " '" Jr. b . '
the baby -was cured by Cutlcura. 1
, , . . , . ""
'uu you a picture initen wnen sne was
about 18 months old.
"She was taken with the eczema
when two years old. She was covered
with big sores and her mother had all
the best doctors and tried all kinds of
Balves and medicines without effect
until we used Cuticura Remedies. Mrs.
II Kiernan. KC3 Qulncy St. Brooklyn.
K" v Car ? iono
Clever Joke of Kind Kino.
Klnrr Edward's wp.it n.-t,,r .. ti.
'ustrated the other night by a London
correspondent at the Press club in
"The king." paid the correspondent
"was visiting Rufford Abbey, and one
morning. In company with his host.
Lord Arthur Savlle, he took a walk
over the preserves.
"Suddenly Lord Arthur, a big burly
man, rushed forward and seized a
ehabby fellow with a dead pheasant
protruding from the breast of his coat
"'Sir.' said Lord Arthur to the king,
'this fellow is a bad egg This is the
second time I've caught him poaching.'
"Hut the king's handsome face Superintendent Hurkett Miss Fergu
beamed. and he laughed his gay and ' son was for a number of years assist
tolerant laugh. :lIlt to former Superintendent Mow -
"'Oh. let him go.' he said. 'If he ' ,,ian when he held the office in I-m-really
were a bad egg. you know, he , caster county. She will now hold the
wouldn't poach'" office until November, when a superin
A Protection Against the Heat.
"When you begin to think it's a per
gonal matter between you and the sun
to see which is the hotter, buy your
self a glass or a bottle of Coca-Cola.
It is cooling relieves fatigue and
quenches the thirst. Wholesome as
the purest water and lots nicer to
drink. At soda fountains and car
bonated in bottles Zc everywhere.
Send 2c stamp for booklet "The Truth
About Coca-Cola" and the Coca-Cola
Baseball Record Book for 1910. The
latter contains the famous poem
"Casey At The Bat." records, schedules
for both leagues, and other valuable
baseball Information compiled by au
thorities. Address The Coca-Cola Co., .
Atlanta. Ga. ,
In the Night School. !
Teacher (of night school) What do j
you understand by the terms "life j
sentence?" Give an example of one. i
Shaggv-Haired Pupil I pronounced !
you husband and wife
Chicago Trib- ,
The only way to learn to do great
things is to do small things well, pa
tiently, loyally David Starr Jordan
Ir. Plerc" Pellets. ftmnU. Mipnr-costea.eav to
&ike as I'anijT. n-ulat ami luvloruic stoiuaco.
er and bowels. lu not tripe.
wife makes her husband i
forget his other troubles
Lewis Single Binder cigar in nerer
iooed only tobacco in its natural state,
No other man appreciates a helping
hand Ilka a man In trouble.
IT IS REALLY
to think that you can cure
your -weak stomach and
get back your health
again by dieting or ex
perimenting with this or
that remedy. You need
Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters and nothing else.
For over 57 years it has
been making people well
and keeping them so and
it will do as much f or you.
Try a bottle today for
Biliousness, Cramps, Di
arrhoea and Malaria, Fe
ver and Ague. It never
STOCKERS & FEEDERS
Choice quality; red and roan,
white faces or angus bought on
ordera. Tenij oti Thousands to
telect froai. Satisfaction Guar
anteed. Corre-pondence Invited.
Come and see for vourtelf.
National Live Stock Com. Co-
JkasasCtty.Mo.. St. Joseph. Mo.. S.O-aaaB.Kek
ClMSMt and besJiM th hafc.
y..am m Irmnirt growth.
Nerer Talla to Better Gray
Hair xo ita inuuu vwi.
Can alp diMBM bur tellaa
PZSSESmW Thimpstn' Ey Witw
State to Enforce Irrigation Law.
Assistant Attorney General Ayrei
has gone to North Platte for the pur
pose of asking a judge of the district
court to dissolve the restraining order
issued by the county judge of Scotta
Blutf county. The county judge has
issued a temporary order to prevent
the state board of irrigation from
closing the headgate of the Gering Ir
rigation company. As Scotts Bluff
county and Lincoln county are in the
same judicial district, a district judge
in the latter county has jurisdiction
over the subject matter and has power
to dissolve the county judge's order,
in Lincoln county there is situated the
North Platte I-ind and Improvement
company, which under the state law is
claimant No. 1 and has priority over
all other claimants for water from the
North Platte river. The state board,
comprising Goi'ernor Shallenberger.
Attorney General Thompson and Iand
Commissioner Cowles. recently or
dered claimants for water to close
their htadgates and take water from
the rier in the order of their prority
This order v. as deemed ne'-essar on
account of the scarcity of water in
the North Platte.
Nebraska a Leading Shorthorn State.
Only three states in the union will
receive as high as $1.7,00 from
, ., , , - ..
j shorthorn breeder.-, association
ward the shorthorn exhibits of the
country this year. The states are Ne
braska. Iowa and .Minnerota. Cpon
investigation it was shown that Ne
braska was entitled to as much ((!
deration as a shorthorn state as any
state in the county, and so she was
placed this jear among the top notch
Those who attend the differeir
! srtate fairs of the count v have beo
j aware of this for some yerrs,
I ""as not until this voir that the bin
of directors of the shorthorn :i.so.;:i-
i lion could be made to see the wrc.ng
'position in ul.it Nebraska has beer
placed in former e::rs. rnd the n'W
board promptly changed the re ord
1 so that this state is plated in the firs
class. Visitors to the state fair this
year. Septen.ber "i to !'. will prob-ibl
see the advantage gained in the in
creased exhibits of shortiioin cattle.
To Fill the Vacancy.
Miss Rilla T. Ferguson has been
appointed to till the vacancy of county
superintendent left by the death of
tendent will be elected to fill the v.i
j cancy until the term expires Janu:.:
1. li 1 2.
Will Be the Greatest.
Secretarv Mellor sas the -late fair
to be held September ." to 0 promi?s
to be the greatest not only m the
history of the fairs of Nebraska, but
of any fairs which have been held in
the west. The entries in all depart
nients have been large and will crowd
the space allotted. It is feared bv the
management th'it unless better facili
ties are added thev will, in j-ome caser
he Mnable U accommodate all ex
Has the TiRie of H?s Life
Jack Rest of the state university.
who is enjoying a vacation at his old
home in England, writes Dean ('. E
Ressey that he is having the time of
his life He leels as lively as when a
boy roaming through a forest that is
now l'enge recreation ground, a most
beautiful spot, a? shown by a picture
sent. He .s v inning his brother, who
just reached his eight -seventh birth
day. Will Go to Louisiana.
Professor Albeit T. Hell, professor
of botany in Nebraska Wesleyan imi-
versity for the past eight or ten ear.
has been appointed professor of bnt-
in the Ijouisiana state university ,
at Haton Ilonge. He succeeds Profes- I
or Ernest A. Hesse, who goes to the
Michigan state agricultural college at
State Fair Railroad Rates.
i Secretary W. R. Mellor has received ,
I notice that a round trip rate of one j
I and one-half cents has been granted '
by railroads for the Nebraska state
fair. This rate is to be given by all j
of the leading roads for stations where '
the fare is more than one dollar.
The state railway comitii-"ion has
issued an order requirins the Lincoln
Traction company to gixe to the citv
of Havelock after September 1.".. the t
, same rate that is given on all other '
J suburban lines of the company, a siv
i for a quarter fare, or five cents for a
j Lots of Automobiles.
j The number or automobiles re
turned by county assessors to the
state board of equalization will he
( double the number returned in i:to;.
I In that year there were returned o.Oll.
I while with six counties not yet report-!
eJ. there has been returned a total
of t.4Sl. April 1 when the assess
ment as made there were registered
in the office of the secretary of state
a total of i.iG machines, and the
ear ueiore a total oi ..
The assessment of hogs and pig ,
came up before the sate board of i
assessment. In some places a ow is ,
assessed at so much and no account j
. ium-ii oi me miie pigs, in omer ,
inuces a certain vaiue is piaceu on a
sow and eleven pigs. As a result, the
average valae of pigs in the various
counties shows a great variation and
the .-tate board of equalization is in
danger, according to the assessors
protesting, of making unwarranted
changes in an attempt to equalize
vhat appears to be widely dispropor
MORE HOMESTEAD LANDS.
Thousands of Acres Will Be Open far
Entry in Fall.
Washington. Thousands of acres
of unappropriated lands which were
eliminated from the national forests
and restored to the public domain by
recent proclamation of President Taft
will be thrown open to homestead en
try this fall.
The lands are located in Colorado,
New Mexico. Washington. Oregon,
I'tah, Idaho and Wyoming. The sec
retary also has restored to settle
ment on October 22. and to entry on
November 21. about y,22 acres in the
Great Falls (Mont.) land district,
formerly withdrawn. The dates of
opening the former forest lands, to
gether with the extent of the areas
are as follows:
Colorado, subject to settlement Oc
tober IS and to entry November 17;
White River National forest. .7'G
acres in Rio Blanco and Garfield
counties, all of which is chielly un
appropriated; Battlement National
forest KI.of.2 acres in Mesa and Del
ta counties, about SC per cent, of
which is unappropriated; Gunnison
and Montrose ouuties, all of which
is chielly unappropriated; rncniiiuah
gre National forest. 4f.4Sr acres in
San Miguel and Montrose counties,
about 47, per ce: t of whii li is unap
propriated; Coch.'topa National For
est. ji.i4 acres in Saguache county,
all of which is chielly unappropri
ated; San Isabel National forest. !!.-
!;." acres in Saguache. Fremont Ciis-
ter. l-is Animas and Muerfana coun
ties, about two-thirds of which is un
appropriated. New M.icn. subject to settlement J
October 22. and to entry November
21; Lincoln National forest. ;s:MS
teres in Torrance and Lincoln coun
ties, and Datil National forest, !d.l78
acres in Socorro county.
rtah, subject to settlement Octo
ber 22. and to entry November 21;
Minidoka National forest 2:5.170
acres in Box Elder county, all of
which is chielly unappropriated.
SLUMP IN THE AUTO BUSINESS.
Bottom Seems to Have Dropped Out
Notwithstanding Booosting Ef
forts of Manufacturers.
New York. Indications point to the
i imiioiii niiMiiu laneu oiu oi zue au
tomobile business. The manufactur-
i ers. it is reported in trade circles, are '
' making strenuous efforts to keep up
I i show of continued prosperity, but it
I is also said that they are not scll-
ing their product, but are storm;; ina-
; "bines throughout the countrv at
I their various agencies to prevent the
public realizing the true condition of
Several large concerns are laying
'iff men and giving all sorts of rea
sons for so doing except the state
ment that they are overstocked. Two
I Dr three of the largest lactones re-
cently clo.-ed entirely, ostensibly for
Mie purpose of taking inventory, but
the workmen were not given any tit f-
' inite time at which to again report
j for work, and it is not expected that
'he.se factories will again be in oper-
ttion tliis year.
A well-known automobile agent of
Miis city said recently that all cars
would undoubtedly be selling at from
2."J per cent, to .".0 per cent, less than
present list prices within the next
wn or three months. He added:
"The trouble with the automobile
tuuu-hS is that the fanners and peo
, ule of the smaller cities ami towns
have not taken as kindly to the idea
ix- was anticipated. The fanners find
that the cost of keeping tiiein in re
nair and operation is more than the
ost of keeping horses to perform the
same work, and while there was. for a
time. :i tendency among the farmers
t' invest in the machine, the
demand for cars from this class
of buyers has practical! stopped, and
I venture to say we will not again
sell to the farmers to any extent
until prices are materially i educed."
Japanese Poacher Is Seized.
I Washington. The sei.ure of an
'other Japanese schooner, poaching in
the IJering Sea. was reported to the
treasury department by Captain
Folev of the revenue cutter Tahoma.
j which is guarding sealing fields in 1
' that section.
Dogs 7.1 ust Be Muzzled.
Washington. Iogs in the national ,
canital will have to run around with '
- muzzles on for the next year. In '
Jan effort to stamp out rabies in the
District tif Columbia, the commission- '
ers haxe sentenced all dogs, of both
low and high pedigree, to submit to
this indignity to their feelings.
Vegetarian Company Totters.
Washington I'eaniu rteakc nut
chops and other protein preparations
hae not proved profitable substitutes
for the i-ood. old-tashioned meats and
1 vegetabb s. nccordins to Ada I.. Clark
and a number of tuber .-tockholders
of T,, Vegetarian .Meat Company of
t,,is l5,.v- Iiit-li was cited to appear
in court to show cause why the
company should not be dissolved and
a receiver appointed.
Investigation of Meat Packers.
Chicago The federal investiun
tion being conducted into the affairs '
of the Chicago meat packers is to !
be turned to Denver, and the alleged
acquisition of three independent pack- .
ing concerns in that city
in"''l Tacking company.
by the Na
neSM's from Ienver arrhed here and
are expected to testify before the
grand jury. That the Waterman
i wheat deal on the Clucasn board of
tr:nle mav be investiuated bv the
.AV3nil JMrv was intimated by W. S.
pictures Draw Ft
- . t ,-, hnvo Wn sw;r in
pria the entire week Mayor
E x Woodruff hav
ing granted license
for the public display of the films.
Small crowds have been in attendance
at the performance, and while the
pictures aie excellent reproductions
of t!: fight, little interest has been
given by the public to them. There
has been no demonstration of any
kind between the whites and the
blacks, the only opposition shown be
ing by the local ministers.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR HOLD
TRIENNIAL IN CHICAGO
Great Conclave Presided Over by Acting Grand
Master Melish Wonderful Parade Through
Elaborately Decorated Streets Is the
Most Spectacular Feature.
Chicago. Marching to the music of
forty-two bands and the almost equal
ly melodious cheers of hundreds of
thousands of their relatives, friends
and admirers, some 50.000 Knights
Templar took part August 9 in the
greatest parade ever held by the or
der. Their waving plumes and fine
uniforms were fittingly set off by the
beautiful decorations of the streets and
buildings, and the scene was one that
will not soon be forgotten by those
who were fortunate enough to witness
This magnificent parade was the
climax, in a spectacular way. of the
thirty-first triennial conclave of
Knights Templar, which opened here
on Sunday. Aug. 7. In accordance
the time honored custom of the
nd encampment the doings of the
week began with divine service.
Begin With Divine Service.
The sir knights selected Orchestra
hall for this purpose and entirely filled
Acting Grand Master Melish.
, the body of that hall to listen to a
. sermon on "Templarlsm" delivered by
j Rev. Dr. George H. MacAdnm of Madi
son. Wis., In the absence of Sir Knight
George C. Rafter of Cheyenne, Wyo..
; very eminent grand prelate of the
grand encampment The music was
in charge of the grand organist of the
grand commander of Illinois, the
choir consisting of several male quar
tets belonging to the order in this
state. The Grand Kncampment of the
Cuited States marched to the ball es
corted by sir knights of the various
oommanderies of Cook county, com-
1 uianded by Henjamin S. Wilson, chair
man of the escort committee. In many
of the leading churches of the city
special services were held which were
attended by visiting knights and their
1 .Monday was devoted mainly to the
receiving of the grand and subordinate
commanderies and escorting them to
their hotels. It Is estimated that fully
100.000 visitors came with the knights
i and that about 300.000 other excur
sionists have flocked to the city this
week in consequence of the conclave.
Of course every hotel was thronged
' and thousands of the visitors found
quarters in private residetices.
On Monday evening all the local I
and visiting commanderies kept open j
house at their respective headquar
1 ters. and many of the visitors found
, their way to the various amusement
parks and the theaters.
Parade of The Knights.
' The "grand parade" of Tuesday was
the largest parade of Knights Templar
ever held. The preparations were
elaborate and Michigan boulevard was
most elaborately decorated. The sir
knights formed In line of march on
the boulevard south of Thirty-first
street, and signal to move was given
by the guns of Battery II. I. X. G.. the
detachment for the purpose being
composed of Knights Templar all of
whom are members of the battery
The same detachment fired the salute
to the grand master.
Marching northward In Michigan
boulevard, the parade passed, near
Hubbard court, beneath an entrance
arch built In the form of an ancient
battlement with Its towers and tur-
r-ts. This was intended to represent
the entrance to the city, and as th
coiumn passed under it. buglers sta
tioned on its heights heralded the ap
proach of each grand division.
Next the knights came abreast or
the first grand stand, one-half mile In
tuc umin awn niiR wprvpr
int. si ii w n..fc wwii bii j
tne Cool, Pure Northwest
Breezes Are More Invigorating
Than Those From the East.
The east winds hug the earth more
closely and gather moisture, dust and
bacteria. They are cold and humid,
altogether forming an enervating in-
' fluence on human and animal life and
rendering it susceptible to the dis
ease germs which the winds carry
The cool, pure northwest winds
come from a region of dry. highly
electrified a'r where ozone exists in
' comparatively large quantities. They
are invigorating. The framework of
nerves In the human being Is like a
delicate electrical apparatus. the
nerve3 ,he w,res and braJn
and ganglia receiving and dlstribut-
Every one knows that a telephone
works better on a clear, dry day than
on a wet. muggy one. The moist at
mosphere lessens vitality. The nerve
wires grow flaccid and heavy. The
messages become confused. Hence
il'fViimtl' mmmmmIm mTmW
r&wMg SfiffT' ummmn mrri
length, and this needed no decora
tions, for it was filled to Its capacity
mainly with ladies whose beautiful
-.ummer costumes made It like a vast
garden. About 50,000 persons were in
this immense stand, as at its center
was a gorgeous throne on which sat
the acting grand master. William
Hromwell Melish of Cincinnati, who
became head of the order on the re
cent death of Grand Master Henry W.
Rugg of Providence. R. I. Mr. Melish
will be regularly elected grand master
before the close of the conclave.
Just north of the Art Institute the
parade passed before another review
ing stand in which were Major Husse.
the city council and the park commit
Beautiful "Templar Way."
At Washington sttcet the marchers
tuined west to State, where they en
tered on the "Templar Way." This
stretch extended from Randolph to
Van Daren street and was made beau
tiful by a handsome arch and massive
Corinthian columns of pure white
erected thirty-three feet apart on both
sides of the street Festcons of natur
al laurel connected the columns, ani
the bright red cross and the shield
and coat of arms of the order were
prominent in the scheme of decora
j Moving south to Jackson boulevard,
the knights again turned west, and
; near the federal building passed be
i lore yet another reviewing stand
j which accommodated Governor Dcneen
and his staff. Marching north on La
Salle street, the parade passed be
neath the grand commander arch of
pure white which spanned the street
at the La Salle hotel, the headquarter
of the grand commandery of Illinois
This was a beautiful structure de
signed by one of Chicago's most fa
mous sculptors. Upon Its top stood
the figures of mounted knights four-'
teen Teet high. At the new city ball
on Washington street the parade was
dismissed, after marching forty-three
Care For the Marchers.
Everything that could be thought
of fur the comfort of the paraders and
the spectators was done by the local
committees. In uearly every block
along the line of march were station
ed physicians who were also knights
templar, with trained nurses and
equipment for emergency cases. In
addition, emergency hospitals to be
kept open day and night during the
conclave were established at many
points in the center of the city, and
at the West Side ball park which was
selected as the place for the competi
Wednesday and Thursday were the
days set apart for the drills for which
handsome trophies are awarded, and
band concerts, sight seeing and many
receptions were on the program.
tntrancing -scenes ai wigm.
Ttio si'pnp In the street!- :if nlpht I
was especially beautiful, for all the
arches, festoons and columns of the
decorative scheme were brilliantly Il
luminated, and on State street, in ad
dition to the "Templar Way." the mer
chants had put up decorations that
transformed the great shopping dis
trict into a veritable fairly land.
Undoubtedly the most spectacular
feature of the night display was the
wonderful electric set piece erected'
in Grant park on the lake front, re-'
producing in colossal size the official
emblem or badge of the conclave. It
was ZQ feet hich and Its 5.000 power
ful electric lights of varied colors
brilliantly illuminated all that part of
Much of tl: success of the conclave
must be attributed to the efforts of
John D. Cleveland, grand commander
of Illinois and president of the tn
pnnial executive committee. Arthur
MacArtbur of Troy. N. Y.. Is the very j
eminent grand generalissimo of the
grand encampment and W. Frank j
Pierce of San Francisco the grand I
Among the most noted of the visit
ing masons from other lands are: The
Right Hon. the Earl of Huston, pro
grand master of the great priory of
England and Wales: the Lord Athlum i
ney. past great constable: Thomas j
Fraser. great marshal: R. Newton
Crane, past great herald: F. C. Vat.
Pnzer. past great standard bearer.
II. J. Homer, acting grand master ban i
r.er bearer: John Fergueson. past pre
-eptor of England and Wales, and th.. ,
nicht Hon. Luther II. ArcnlbaM most
ominent erand master of tb -xe.v
r.rtorv of Canada, and official staff, j
niental outlook, faulty assimilation
I The opposite effects flow from the
northwest winds. The west and
northwest winds keep the mucous
membranes of the body in good work
ing order. The coating or moisture
which Is always present with the east
wind disappears. Absence of any
wind If long continued has a bad ef
fect on the human body and mind.
A prolonged calm means lack of ven
tilatlon on a great scale. The winds
serve to mix in normal proportions
the gases which compose the atmos
phere and In this way they are coo
! duclve to health up to a certain
point. Beyond about 20 miles an
hour their influence begina to be un
favorable. t Driven Out.
Bacon I bought my wife a horse
and carriage, and she drove me out
Egbert Well. I bought my wife a
piano, and she drives me out every
day. Yonkera Statesmen.
ANNUAL LOSS IS ENORMOUS
Two Hundred Million Dollars a Year
Might Be Added to Wealth
Computing that there are In the
United States at least 300,000 indigent
consumptives who should be cared for
in charitable or semi-charitable sana
toria and nospitals, the National As
sociation for the Study and Preven
tion of Tuberculosis estimates that
the annual cost to the country for the
treatment of these persons would be
$50,000,000 at the rate of $1,669 per
day per patient. At the lowest pos
sible estimate the country loses $200.-
000,000 a year from the incapacity of
these indigent victims of tuberculo-
sis. This would mean a net savins of
$150,000,000 a year to the United
States if all victims of consumption
who are too poor to afford proper
treatment In expensive sanatoria were
cared for at the expense of the munici
pality, county or state. And this an
nual gain does not include the enor
mous saving that would accrue from
the lessened infection due to the seg
regation of the dangerous consump
tives in institutions.
THEY ARE ONE AND A HALF.
Henham The paper says that In
Norway married people can travel for
a fare and a half.
Mrs. Uenham Married people aren't
one, even in Norway, are they?
RESTORED TO HEALTH.
After Suffering With Kidney
ders for Many Years.
Mrs. John S. Way. 209 S. Sth St..
Independence, Kans., says: "For a
number of years I was a victim of
disordered kidneys. My back ached
sage of the kidney se
constantly, the pas
cretions was irregu
lar and my feet and
ankles were badly
swollen. Spots often
appeared before my ,
eyes and I became
very nervous. After
using numerous remedies without re
lief I was completely cured by Doan's
Kidney Pills. This seems remarkable
when you consider my advanced age." .
Remember the name Doan's. '
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y.
T.ltttf tnrv cpvnn venr rtlH n-nc
......- .(. ,... ,--... w.. ......
saying her prayers. "And. God." she
I petitioned at the close, "make seven People who know CASCARETS"
i times six forty-eight." lvalue buy over a million boxes a
I "Why. Mary why did you say that?" ; month. It's the biegest seller be
I as.d hcr ,V,ot.l,etr: f . ' cause it is the best bowel and liver
"Cause that s the way I wrote It in ,. - . -. ..
, .zaminatjon !n srh00l
want it to be right." I.ippincott's.
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