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Columbus Tribune Journal
BY THE TRIDUXE PTG. CO.
NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD
INTELLIGENCE HERE GATHERED
COVERS WIDE AREA.
GREATER OR LESSER IMPORT
Includes What is Going On at Wash
ington and in Other Sections of
President Taft accepted invitations
to address the Christian Endeavor
convention at Atlantic City. July 7,
to visit the Xew York state fair at
Syracuse in September and to stop at
St. Louis later that mouth.
Delegates to the convention of the
world's Baptist alliance, which closed
in Philadelphia, were recehed by
President Taft at the White house.
Earlier in the day the delegates visit
ed the capitol and were greeted by
After two years investigation of
the steel trust. Herbert Knox Smith,
commissioner of corporation:', laid
before President Taft an exhaustive
report of his findings. The report
soon will be made public at the pres
ident's direction, so the house com
mittee investigating the steel trust
may obtain the benefit of it
Speaker Champ Clark issued a defi
to the administration a few days ago
on learning of reports that President
Taft purposed to veto any general
tariff legislation at the extra session
of congress. The speaker in a formal
statement declared that the whole
tariff ought to be revised and that
the democratic paity would rest its
case with the country.
The house foreign affairs committee
to report lavorably a resolu-
introduced by Representative
Hammill of Xew York asking the sec
retar3 of state what action, if any, he
has taken regarding a recent speech
oi John L. Griffith, American consul
general at London, before the Pil
grims' society "in favor of an alliance
hetween the United States and Great
Britain for war upon a nation with
which this country is at peace."
The house and senate are badly di
vided on the qucAion of direct elec
tion of senators.
Senator Cummins spoke strongly in
opposition to Canadir.ii reciprocity as
at present framed.
Geoige II. Earle continued his at
lack on Colonel Rco-evel: at the sag
ar trust investigation.
There will be no action at the spe
cial session of congress to fix the toll
rates of the Panama canal.
Xorris Brown says he is willing to
vote for downward revision on al
most any tariff schedules presented.
General Porfirio Diaz, former presi
dent of .Mexico, is on his way to Wies
baden, where he will take the cure.
President Taft announced the ap
pointment of i'iilanaer Ciaxton of
the University of Tennessee as com
missioner of education.
President Taft was told by Presi
dent Shotweil, of the Xebraska pro
gressive league, that the state is for
President Taft has under considera
tion the withdrawal of the troops now
forming the maneuver division in
Robert Swazey. a Canadian, was'
burned at the stake by Mexican ban
dits near Fort Summer. Xew Mexico,
on June In.
President Taft nominated Robert
"W. Kemp as icceivcr of public mon
eys at Missoula. Mont.
A dispatch from Warsaw states that
the congress of the national demo
cratic party decided to discontinue
the boycott of government schools in
President Taft will spend one of the
first week-ends of the summer at his
new "country place" in Massachusetts
next Saturday, arriving there from
Washington with his family.
The Wisconsin legislature took an
other slap at United fetates Senator
Isaac Stephenson when it reduced the
assembly representation from his
home county from two to one.
One thousand delegates from Iowa,
Xebraska. Kansas, Oklahoma and
Missouri attended the first annual
convention of the interstate retail
ilealers' association, which met in
Kansas Citj' for a three days session.
Amelia Rapp of Chicago saved her
money for four years to bring her
sweetheart, George Kott, from Ger
many, for their marriage. Xow she
will save mony for funeral expenses.
Knott having been killed by a live
It was held by the interstate com
merce commission that a privilege
savoring of a gratuity can not be or
dered continued by the commission
unless the original granting of the
privilege rested on some legal obli
gation. Sarah Bernhardt sailed for France
after a tour of America. She said
that she probably will return for an
other tour in 1915.
The interstatD commerce commis
sion finds that 20,000.000 gallons of
liquor are annually shipped by express
from mail order houses to consumers
in "dry" states.
Milos Mandich who was being tak
en from Cleveland to the federal
prison at Leavenworth. Kansas, to
serve twelve years for counterfeiting,
leaped from a Reek Island train
while it was running at full speed
near Fox River and escaped.
President Joseph Smith said the
"Mormon church went into partnership
with Havemeyer for the money there
was in it.
Rear Admiral Charles S. Xorton,
who was a member of the investigat
ing committee of the Sampson-Schley
controversy after the Spanish-American
war. is dead.
Lieutenant dc Malherbe. a French
military aviator, flew from Pans to
A meeting of the republicans and
socialists at Madrid passed resolu
tions condemning Spain's military op
erations in Morocco.
Xorman MacLeod & Co., Philadel
phia, sockbrokers, made an assign
ment. The Cunningham Alaska coal land
claims were disallowed by the interior
Senatorial reports of crop damage
in the northwest made the Chicago
market go skyward.
John D. Spreckles told how his fath
er and H. O. Havemeyer entered Into
a sugar producing combine.
Under orders from Washington
many mail cars are now being hauled
behind the baggage cars.
Old and dreary Westminster abbey
was transformed into a scene of light
and beauty at the coronation.
President Taft approved an issue
of $1,300,000 Hawaiian bonds, the
money to be used in public improve
ment in the islands.
It is reported that Bakhnietieff, for
mer Russian ambassador at Tokio,
has been promised the Washington
post in case Baron Rosen resigns.
At Coshocton. O., Aviator Lemar
was probabb- fatally injured when his
Curtis biplane. Hying low, struck the
roof of a house, turning over and dash
ing him to the ground.
Festivities in connection with the
coronation of King George, so far as
the metropolis is concerned, ended
Friday w ith his majesty's treat to the
Expeditious action in the pending
treaties with Honduras and Nicara
gua, providing for customs guarantees
for foreign loans by those govern
ments, where urged by President
Taft in a message to the senate.
The supreme court of the United
States issued an order to the attorney
general ordering him to instruct the
lower courts to carry out the supreme
court's decision providing for the dis
solution of the American Tobacco com
pany. E. H. Engwersen of Chicago was
elected president of the Xational Live
Stock exchange in convention in Chi
cago. Portland. Ore., gets the next
meeting, although Chicago also was
Reliable advices have been received
at Vienna from Albania that the situ
ation there is growing decidedly criti
cal. Turkey has massed fifty thous
and troops within a day's march of
the Montenegrin frontier.
Edward H. Harriman's billion-dollar
merger of the Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific railroads, with their
allied properties, is upheld by the
United States circuit court of appeals,
in a decision handed down in St.
Rev. Timothy Sullivan, of Fort
Dodge, the Catholic priest who was
found dead in a bath tub in a hotel In
Xew York last week, was well known
in the Sioux City Catholic see. He
was stationed in Sioux City for four
Philadelphia financial circles re
ceived a disagreeable shock when it
became known that the liabilities of
the stock brokerage firm of Xorman
MacLeod & Co., which suspended re
cently, aggregate $1,182.1":;. while
the assets are given as $110,884.
Miss Florence R. Cashing of Boston,'
who arrived from Honolulu, jumped
from the seventh story of a hotel and
was instantly killed. A note found in
her room said troubles had made her
desparae and asked that her brother.
C. F. Cushing, of Xeedham, Mass., be
Gifts to the amount of $l.2o0.000
received by Harvard university last
year, were announced by President
Lowell to the 2,000 for more Harvard
men gathered for the alumni meeting
in the quadrangle behind Seaver hall.
Parramatta, the new summer white
house, is in readiness for the arrival
of the presidential family. For sever
al months a small army of workmen
of various trades "has been engaged in
fitting up the house and grounds for
the use of the Taft family.
The great hurricane which devasted
the coast of Chile a few days ago ex
tended from Pisagua in the north to
Antofagasta on the soufh. Torrential
rains have followed.
A wave of economy is sweeping the
country according to figures of the
bureau of statistics of the department
of commerce and labor which disclose
the fact that Americans cut their im
ported champagne bill in two and
adorned themselves with $7,000,000
worth of diamonds fewer during the
last eleven months than in the same
period last year.
Representative Lobeck wants the
International Harvester company in
vestigated. Dr. Abraham Jacobi. of Xew York,
was elected president of the American
The Xew York grand jury returned
indictments against members of the
so-called wire trust.
There are signs of a deadlock in
the senate on fixing a day to vote on
Hines. the lumberman, figured more
prominently than Lorimer in the sen
atorial election investigation.
D. O. Clark, for twenty years head
of the coal department of the Union
Pacific, has resigned and will leave
Woodmen of the World selected
Jacksonville, Fla., for the 1913 con
vention. Mrs. Henry Hardy of Xew York was
so oerjoyed at the return of her hus
band, Scrgenat Hardy of the coast ar
tillery, from the Mexican border, that
she died in a few hours of heart fail
ure. Canadian farmers in Alberta strong
ly favor the reciprocity agreement.
The movement to have this year's
camp of the Modern Woodmen of
America increase tue number of year
ly assessments from tea to twelve was
Senator Kenyon believes there has
been perjury in the Lorimer inquiry
and is in favor of prosecution.
Captain Jack Mosby. leader of in
surgents at Tia Juana, who surrender
ed to United States officers, has ad
mitted that he deserted from the
United States marine corps at Mare
island nary yard a year ago.
OUTLOOK IS BETTER
II VOTE EXPECTED IN JOLY
A Rest Un;il After the Fourth of
July, Then More Speeches Will
Washington. The Canadian recip
rocity situation cleared to a marked
degree Friday and a canvass of the
situation in the senate was in every
way assuring to the friends of the
measure. With not more than a doz
en set speeches in prospect, many of
the senators count upon a vote before
the end of July.
When the senate adjourned after
three hours of anti-reciprocity speech
making by Senators Gamble and Cum
mins there was an understanding that
there would be no further effort atr
legislation until after July 4 and that
when business is resumed there will
be no cessation until final adjourn
ment. There will be a brief session
of both houses, but only to meet the
constitutional inhibition against eith
er body adjourning for more than
three days at a time without the oth
The recess will continue until July.".
The most formidable speech still to
be made is that of Senator La Fol
lette. He will present his long prom
ised tariff amendments to the reci
procity bill and will talk for three or
four days discussing the tariff even
more than reciprocity. The3c amend
ments will be in the nature of a sub
stitute of all other tariff suggestions.
The only speeches promised in sup
port of the reciprocity bill will be
made by Senators Stoae of Missouri
and Burton of Ohio. In addition to
Senator La Follette. Senators Clapp,
Bristow, Grennn, Xelscn. Bailey, Sim
mons and other will lie heard, but
none except La Follette and possibly
Bristow will talk at length.
yTith reciprocity disposed of it is
not believed that the session will be
greatly prolonged. The stand pat re
publicans are disposed to concede a
vote on the wool and free list bills.
The democratic senators have said
from the beginning they would be sat
isfied with a roll call on the two tariff
bills and there are indications that
they will let these go to vote without
much debate in view of the threat
ened presidential veto of both bills.
Senator Cummins, whp has had the
floor during parts of the last three
days, announced that he would con
clude his attack on the bill next Wed
nesday and that he would like to have
his amendments, enlarging the free
list on Canadian products voted upon
Madrid. It is officially stated that
while the eucharist procession was
passing through Calle Mayor, one of
the city's greatest thoroughfares, a
bomb was exploded in a side street.
Xo one was injured. One arrest was
Green Corn Curling Up.
Lexington. Xeb. Thursday was the
worst day in this vicinity for many
years as far as damage to the crops
is concerned. The wind blew high
and was scorching hot. Green fields
of corn were badly burned and curled
Declared a Common Carrier.
Washington. The Manufacturers
Railway company of St. Louis is a
common carrier and payment to it of
a reasonable portion of the St. Louis
rates for the terminal switching ser
vices rendered by it is not unlawful.
A decision to this effect was handed
down by the interstate commerce
The National Treasury.
Washington. Revised estimates iu
dicate that the closing of the fiscal
year 1911. will find the federal treas
ury showing a surplus of approximate
ly $33,000,000 on all ordinary accounts.
Receipts from Panama canal bond
sales indicate that there will be no to
tal deficit on account of canal opera
tions. Naval Officers Retire.
Washington. Much to the gratifi
cation of the "plucking" board of the
navy department, the following six
captains voluntarily retired from ac
tive service: Burns T. Walling of
Ohio, commandant of. San Juan naval
station; James C. Gilmore of Arizona,
commanding the armored cruiser
Maryland; John M. Orchard of Mis
souri, commanding the West Virginia;
Thomas D. Griffin of Virginia, captain
of the Mare Island navy yards; Ben
W. Hodges of Mississippi, now on sick
leave, and Edward Lloyd of Maryland,
commanding the Wabash.
General Potts Takes Command.
Chicago, III. General Ramsey I).
Potts of Fort Leavenworth took com
mand of the newly created central di
vision of the United States army with
headquarters in Chicago. .
Withdrawal of Troops.
Washington. After a talk with Sec
retary of War Stim?on and Major Gen
eral Wood, chief of start of the army.
President Taft authorized the with- '
drawal of four regiments m tae man
euver division now at San Antonio,
Big Money for Wedding License.
London. Kenscl M. Rogers Winfi
low of Racine. Wis., cousin of Mrs.
Ogden Mills Reid. was secretly mar
ried at Dover to Elizabeth Chumasero
Miller el Helena. Most. Mr3. Ogden
Reid's brother, the Rev. Dr. B. Talbot
Rogers, performed the ceremony. A
special license, costing $250. was ob
tained permitting an immediate cere
mony, otherwise fifteen days resi
dence would have been required. Dr.
Rogers is warden of Grafton Hall, an
exclusive girls' finishing school at Fon.
du Lac, Wis.
NEBRASKA IN BRIEF.
News NoUs of Interest from Various
Saloons are again in operation at
The wheat harvest In' Sarpy county
is a good one. '
The Young Men's Democratic club
has been formed at Holdrege.
Aurora has about decided upon do
ing about $60,000 worth of paving.
Henry Busey, a bootlegger, was
fined $100 by Judge Ellis at Beatrice.
Omaha had a bond issue election
the other day when all propositions
were turned down.
Some Xebraska towns have of lata
been overrun with tramps, and yet
many farmers are looking for help.
The Xarthwestern Railroad com
pany has a large force of carpenters
at work enlarging and remodeling the
station at Bassett.
F. W. Fitch of Omaha has filed nom
ination papers with the secretary or
state as candidate for judge of the Fif
teenth judicial district.
Bridge bonds amounting to $17,000
from Morrill county, will be offered to
the state for investment. They have
been sent into the state auditor's of
fice for registration.
T. C. Marsh, secretary of the local
Y. M. C. A. of Fremont, will leave next
fall and W. H. Randall of University
Place has practically been named as
Rev. W. H. Cuss of the Congrega
tional church or Fremont officially
confirmed the rejort that he had re
ceived a call to the pastorate of the
First Congregational church of To
WJeatherby Johnson was checked in
as agent for the Missouri Pacific at
Brock, June 10, and last week he dis
appeared. A diamond ring valued at
$375 and one at $500 and all the sta
tion's funds are also missing.
State Treasurer V. A. George an
nounced that he had appointed v.. a.
Danielson of Center, Knox county, as
deputy state treasurer to succeed E.
S. Mickey who resigned some time
Arrangements for the Xorth Xebras
kadistrict G. A. R. reunion at Pierce
from July n to 13 are about complet
ed and from the communications be
ing received from all over the district
there will be a record breaking attend
ance during the entire week.
D. J. Collins was arrested at Wy
more and bound over to the district
court on the charge of holding up Gus
tave Bauer, a farmer, and robbing him
of $2C. Bauer was severely beaten
and identified Collins in court as his
assailant. In default of $1,000 bail
Collins was lodged in the county jail
Washington dispatch: The abstract
of the condition of the national banks
of Xebraska, exclusive of Omaha and
Lincoln, at the close of business on
June 7, as reported to the comptrol
ler of the currency, shows the aver
age reserve held at lb.12 per cent, a3
compared with 15.76 per cent on
on March 7. Loans and discounts de
creased from $51,511.562 to $51,053,
287; gold coin from $3,4SlU04 to $1,-
54S.4G5; individual deposits increased
from $32,094,780 to $52,370,92:1.
The death of Thomas Aikins in I
Omaha last week marked the passing '
of the champion man for attending
funerals in Omaha. He was past fifty
years old and has been known to have
attended over 5.000 funerals during
the past eighteen years. Mr. Aikins
was not at all times a mourner over
the dead, as he invariably went to
the cemeteries in the capacity of
hearse driver or undertaker's assist
John McGuire, Ira Mills, John Mead,
Robert Shaw. H. R. Black and John P.
Lang of the Arnold neighborhood have
qualified before County Judge Hol
comb of Custer county, as appraisers
for the right-of-way for the extension
the Union Pacific is building toward
Arnold and Gandy from Callaway.
Their services haven t been required
very much as generally the farmers
are so glad to get the road there is
no-trouble in coming to an agreement.
The continued decrease in the as
sessed valuation of counties reported
to the State Board of 'Equalization is
evidence that the total assessed valu
ation of all property in the state will
he less this year than it was last year.
The larger as well as the smaller
counties generally show a decrease.
Logan county h:i reported a:i as
sessed valuation of $:'oS.::47. Last year
it reported $"2I.'JC0. .Mel'iicrs-oii coun
ty lias lepcrted $3:.1.'.:. l.-: yiur it
. Postmaster General Hitchcock prob
ably will make his decision early next
week in the matter of deciding
whether the new railway mail division
shall be established at Omaha or Den
ver, says a Washington dispatch.
While he has given no intimation as
to the nature of his decision, it is be
lieved at the present time that he is
inclined to favor Omaha. Senators
Brown and Hitchcock have been in
constant communication with the post
master general, pointing out the ad
vantages of Omaha over Denver.
Jerry Stees, roadraaster of the St.
Joseph & Grand Island, with head
quarters at Hanover, lies badly in
jured in the hospital as the result of a
head-on collision between his railroad
motor tricycle and an incoming St. Jo
Latt week Charles Lundstrom of
Holdrege departed for Sweden, accom
panied by his wife and young child. A
few months ago Mr. Lundstrom closed
a deal whereby he became owner of
2.000 acres o land in Sweden, and he
is going there now to look after his
property. Nearly 5'0 acres are tilled
azd the remainder i timber land.
The supreme court sustained the de
murrer of W. J. Furse, present rail
way commissioner, in the Mortensen
case and held that ex-Gavernor Slial
lenlerger's appointment of his secre
tary to the commission was legal.
Judge Munger in federal court at
Lincoln entered a judgment b3 de
fault in the case of the John Deere
Plow company vs. Elmer E. Wheeler
and Lester C. Wheeler, co-partners at
Hebron, Xeb., under the name of
Wheeler & Son. The plaintiff sued
to recover a note for $3,202.35. Judg
ment was rendered to the full amount
with interest at 10 per cent.
MADE BANK ACCOUNT GOOD
Why Uncle Reuben Could Not Mt
Debt He Acknowledged as
Uncle Renben, the village white
washer and man or all work, was a
frequent borrower of small sums
from his neighbor, Colonel Arkwright
and as a rule he repaid these littla
debts at the appointed time; but on
one occasion, when he had been ae
commodated with a loan of two dol
lars and a half, which he promised
to return in a few days, he allowed
two or three weeks to pass without
making any mention of his indebted
ness, and, in fact, seemed to avoid
his creditor. But one morning the
colonel unexpectedly encountered hln?
at the post office.
"Hello, Uncle Rube! Didn't you
borrow a little money from me sev
eral weeks ago?"
"Dafs right, cunnel." said the old
man. "I sholy did."
"You told me you'd pay it back in
three or four days. Have you had
"Xo, suh," responded Uncle Reuben.
"I'll tell you how it was. cunnel. I
lacked jes' two dollahs an' a half o
bavin' ten dollars to put in dc savin's
bank, an' 1 used it fo' dat. Hit's all
right, cunnel. I won't fo'glt it."
NO CHANCE TO COMMIT SUICIDE.
"Officer, there is a man in that flat
who is trying to cut his throat."
"Don't worry about it; there isn't
room for him to do itV
Heathen Nations Invent Nothing.
Bishop Thobum, who has been a
missionary in India for 50 years,
pnd knows India better than any other
living American, says: "If yon visit
the patent office at Washington, you
will see six hundred improvements on
the plow. India has not invented one
improvement on the toothpick in two
thousand years. The nations without
God have no inventive faculty. They
are almost universally the savage, un
enlightened nations of the earth."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
TRonrc I Tin
Signature of CtfllcZk
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria ;
A Quaint Thought.
Miss Geraldine Farrar, seated in
her deck chair on the George Wash
ington, regarded a half-dozen urchins
playing on the sunny deck, and then
said with a pensive smile:
"I often wonder, considering what
charming things children are, where
all the queer old men come from!"
SPOnX'S DISTEMPER Cl'RE will
cure any xible case of DISTEMPER,
PIXK EYE. and the like among horccf
of all age-s and prevents all others in th
Kinie taii' fioin Iming th di-ouse. Also
mies vlnvkvu i'IhjIcri. and dog tii-trinpvr.
Any gwd druuuNt mii supply you. or scnil
to intr-. , com and 1.00 a "hot tie. Agent!
wanted. Free hook. Spohn Medical Von
Spec. Contagious Diseases. Guslicii, Ind.
Captured Her Interest.
"She is very cold and formal, hut 1
got her interest.'
"By asking her how she ever hap
pened to marry her dub of a bus
Give Defiance Starch a fair trial
try it for both hot and cold starching
and if you don't think you do better
work, in less time and at smaller cost
return it and your grocer will give
you back your inouey.
Their Favorite Alibi.
Coo"K -How do you get nut of It
when the missis scolds you for not
answering the bell?
Waitress I always tell her I was
making mayonnaise. Harper's Bazar
Beautiful Post Cards Free.
Send 2c stamp for rtv samples of om
very best Gold Kmbossed Birthday. KIow
it and Motto Post Cards: beautiful colors
and loveliest designs. Art Pojt Card Club
731 JacI:sos St.. Topeka, Kan.
The great question is not so muck
what money you have In your pocket
as what you will buy with it. Ruskin
"Familiarity breeds, contempt" is
one of the mles that work both ways
Loss of Appetite alwavs
means stomach "weak
ness and this requires
immediately. It tones,
strengthens and invig
orates the entire diges
tive sj'stem. Try it and
see for yourself.
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EXCELLENT AS CORN CUTTER
Two Old Saw Blades Bolted Onta
Piece of Timber Makes Indispens
able Farm Implement.
An excellent corn cutter may be
constructed at an expense of less than
a dollar if two old saw blades- are
Bolt the iront end of the cutting
blade on top of a piece of 2 by 4.
Rip the second piece of 2 by 4
about four inches and let the blade
Good One-Horse Corn Cutter.
Into it Bolt underneath the last 3
by 4. Cover this frame with a sub
stantial platform. Two men stand on
the platform and catch the corn as it
falls. With it they can cut from six
to seven acres per day.
COLLIES MADE VERY USEFUL
Animals Can Easily Be Taught to Go
Long Distances Into Pastures
or Woods for Cows.
We do not think collies are danger
ous with children. We have raised
two farm puppies and they became
Qrm companions for the children and
we never knew them to snap at the
little ones or show .a disposition to
harm them, says a writer in an ex
change. Collies are very useful on
the farm. They can easily be taught
to go alone long distances If neces
sary into the pastures or woods for
the cows, bringing them home night
and morning for milking. It Is fa-
pleasanter to send a dog for them,
especially on a w-et stormy morning
than to walk a mile or so for the ani
mals or to hire a man to do it.
The Benefit of Wood Ashes.
I had one-eighth of an acre on a
d ravel ly knoll, which bore only June
;ras.s. very small and thin at that,
says a writer in an exchange. I put
3n three barrels of wood ashes and
clover started well. The next year
I put ou more ashes and had a fair
:rop of clover. I put the ashes di
rectly on the turf. A man bought a
farm of some fifty acres adjoining
mine, and as the old saying is "could
aot raise beans." He could only keep
one cow and a horse the first year,
but he made what manure he could
md put on about four barrels oi ashes
to the acre. He followed this for
hree or four years and during his
six years stay he bought about $25
A-orth of manure. The last two years
av cut a heavy hay crop, kept four
;ovs and two horses, raised 60 bush
els of oats, considerable corn and po
tatoes for his own use and some to
nell. He paid $S00 and sold for $I..-00.
Endive Not Hard to Grow.
Endive may be town early in cold
'rauics or In the open ground like let
tuce. Sowing may also be made at
any time during the summer, although
plants grown in the heat of midsum
mer have not the liest quality Fall
;rown plants may he taken up with
i good supply of adhering arth and
stored in a dry cellar for winter use.
There are sever: I distinct varieties of
ndive. those having smoothe leaves
Siting the larger and coarser. The
liaeiy cut and curled varieties, and
vor particularly those v. ith natural
ly whitened leaves, are most attrac
'he and usually most tender.
The scarcity of help is preventing
the agricultural development or the
country, and is especially against the
extension of the dairy industry. There
seems to be no remedy unless women
and girls of the Cities and towns will
take to farm and field work, at least
through the summer. The few who
are doing It confess to making good
monev easily and with the gain in
health and strength, and without loss
nf independence, position or dignity.
If it wore not for the iieio outside of
ntir nwn wonitii and children, one
trucker says, most of u:
to abandon thr business.
if i m
I n li fc
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Maric Louise Violet. j daughter h!l3 taken Lydia E. Pinfc!
It is found that Mane Louise violet ham's Vegetable Compound for pain
fcent cool and dev on the blooming I fl periodsar.cl irregularity, and it has
taec will produce flowers which are J e?her
paler in color and more fragrant than
as usually seen, and that in this
condition they nna a reamer saie in
the Chicago market.
Danger From Grape Rot.
For grape rot and mildew, begin
early and spray the vines with Bop
dcaux mixture at Intervals of about
two weeks. Newly-set grape vines
-rrulc be allowed to grew only on
rrcln .'.cot. which should be tied up.
FEELS LIKE A BOY.
tinea Doan'a Kidney Fills Cure Him
f Terrible Kidney Trouble.
Sheldon, Smith, Prop. Arlingtoa
House. Woodland, CaL.says: "Tare
years i was almost
helpless. Kidney se
cretions scalded ter
ribly and obliged me
to arise ten to twelve
times a might. My
left limb became so
tiff and sore I could
hardly walk Just
hobbled around with
a cane. I had almost
every complaint that
diseased kidneys pro
duce, and Doan's Kid
ney Pills removed them all. At the age
of 76 I feel like a boy and enjoy health
and comfort. Can anyone wonder at
Remember the name Doan's.
For sale by druggists and general
storekeepers everywhere. Price 60a
Poster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
OID THE BEST HE COULD.
Mr. llugg Why. 1 expected thl3.
message two days ago.
Snail Messenger It's not my fault,
the company only gave it to me a
BABY'S HAIR ALL CAME OUT
"When my first baby was six
months old bo broke out on his head
with little bumps. They would dry
up and leave a scale. Then it would
break out again and it spread all over
his head. All the hair came out and
his head was scaly all over. Then bis
face broke out all over in red bumps
and it kept spreading until it was on
bis hands and arms. I bought several
boxes of ointment, gave him blood
medicine, and had two doctors to treat
him, but he got worse all the time. He
had it about six months when a friend
told me about Cuticura. I sent and
get a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent, a
cake of Cuticura Soap and a box or
Cuticura Ointment. In three days
after using them he began to improve.
Ho began to take long naps and to
8 top scratching his head. After taking
two bottles of Resolvent, two boxes or
Ointment aud three cakes of Soap he
was sound and well, and never had
any breaking out of any kind. His
hair came out in little curls all over
bis head. I don't think anything else
would have cured him except Cuticura.
"I have bought Cuticura Ointment
and Soap several times since to use
for cuts and sores and have never
known them to fail to cure what I put
them on. I think Cuticura. is a great
remedy and would advise any one to
use it. Cuticura Soap is the best that
I have ever used for toilet purposes."
(Signed) Mrs. F. E. Harmon. R. F. D.
2, Atoka, Tenn.. Sept 10, 1910.
The Same, but Different.
"When it comes to the task of tak
ing up the parlor carpet, do you run
away from the job?"
"No, I beat it."
Religion, which was once an institu
tion of tiie state, is becoming more
and more the faith and ideal of tht
Smokers find Lewi Single ISmder 5c
cigar better quality than mo-it 10c cjg.ii.
If a girl is In love with a young man
she can't see any one else in a crowd.
To Lydia E. Pinkham'i
Scottville, "Mich. "I want to tell
you how much good L.ydiaE.Pinkhams
pound and Sanative
Wash have done me.
I live on a farm and
have worked verj
hard. I am forty
five years old, and
am the mother of
Many people think
it strange that I am
not broken down
with hard work and
the care of mv fam
ily, bnt I tell them of my good friend,
your Vegetable Compound, and that
there will be no backache and bearing
down pains for them if they will take
it as I have, I am scarcely ever with
out it in the house.
"I will say also that I think there is
no better medicine to be found for
young pirl3 to build them up and make
them stroncr and v.-ll. fv oiir.c-
EpeTgood 'word fr the I$?a E
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uil-cu mat, x oc my jieaitn and hap
piness to these wonderful medicines "
Mrs. J. G. JonKsox,ScottvilIe,ilich..
Lydia E-Prnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harm
ul drugs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
OX female iafft,
T wm-v a 4 !... A. T" . Yi -.
W. N. U OMAHA, NO. 27-1911.
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