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Sloan's liniment is a jnreat
remedy for backache. It
penetrates and relieves
the pain instantly no rob
bing necessary just lay
it on lignriy.
"I kid y hack hurt in the Boer War
ad .a .n r rrcsca two vears aco I
wii iar by a srrc:t or sj tin sacepiirir.
I Tied all jtcs cf depe Tvithonl suc
ca. T-o r ao I kiw your 2s:
tnent in a irz kot: ind et a tie s?
tr-- - The is app uiauon caused mrtant
r-Uei, and sow exec fur a iittle suil
:es, I as U3os: neil. '
the best remedy for
s .r throat and srra-ns.
Kt?.i of Erock'v::. N..
si""5 ""-loan's Liiisnt .s:he isz
for '.iiz2zz. m. I hrf jicc x tat
T.es ci t and :t is g-i
Scld hy a?. Dealers.
Pries, 25c, 3Cc,and SI. CO.
CS-nSORY. AS IT WERE.
The Owl What do you think of llr.
Hcbin's new home?
The Sparrow It looks very nice,
but Tve only taken a bird's-eye view
The Universal Franchise. '
A smail number of men sympathiz
ers took rart in the suffragist parade
3n Nevs- York :y. among them several
members f h faculty of Teachers'
ollefc. One of hese professors had
the honor cf leading rhe male contin
gent and of carrying a banner.
"Did you notice." he asked a friend .
afterward. "What the inscription was
on that banner they gave me to
"Xo." replied his friend, "you car
ried it as if you were afraid same one
would decipher it."
"It read." chuckled the professor.
" 'The men vote why not we ." " Sue- '
Aerial Sccut Work.
As an esampie of what German
military airmen are already able to do.
the performance cf Lieutenant Mack
enthun recently Is cited. In a space ci
35 minutes Lieutenant r.Iackenthun.
who was acting for the Red force, rose
and flew along the enemy's front and
was back on the ground at his head
quarters ready to report. To obtain
the same results would have taken a
strong force of cavalry four hours.
Where It Belonged.
"Where :ire you going?"
"To fetch some water, sorr."
"What, in those disreputable trous
ers:" "No. rcrr. in this 'ere paiL" Lon
Glad to Get Kid cf Her.
"Did she get her divorce?"
"Oh. yes, but she was terribly dis
appointed in a way. Yon know he
didn't contest :t"
Scuta Cctfee Facts From the Lone
From a beautiful farm down in Tex
as, where gushing springs unite to
form babbling brcoks that wind their
sparkling way through fiowery meads,
comes a ncie of gratitude for delivery
Ircm the cocee habit.
"When my baby bey came to me
five years ago, I began to drink
Postuin. having a feeling that it would
be better for him and me than the old
kind of drug-iaden coffee. I was not
disappointed in It, for it enabled me. a
small, delicate woman, to nurse a
bouncing, heaithy baby 14 months.
"I have since continued the use ci
Fostum :ar I have grown fond or it,
and have discovered to my jcy that it
has entirely relieved me of a bilious
habit wh.ch used to prostrate me two
or three times a year, causing much
discomfort to my family and suffering
"ily Lrother-in-law was cured ct
brcnic constipation by leaving of!
coifee and using Pcstnm. He has be
come evan more fond cf it than he
v,as ot the eld coffee.
"In tact, the enure family, from the ,
latest arrival ' a J-year-cId who always
calls for his Toue' first thing in the
morning), up to the head of the house, i
think there is no drink so gooa or so '
wholesome as Postum."' Name given
cj Fcstum Co.. 3attle Creek, Mich.
Read the little beak. "The Road to
WelTriHe, in pkgs. "There's a reason" f
Ever rcsd the above letters .4. aen i
cne ajipcan from time to time. Tkejl
arc fimic. true, asd foil ot hnmaa '
3J vCCESBBm -IcfileiS 3
NEBRASKA IN BRIEF.
News Nctaa of Interest from Varioua
Tie Italians of Lincoln celebrated
Columbus day, October 12th.
Deposits the first day in the postal
bank at Lincoln amounted to $208.
Roy iiaines of Jefferson county bas
a broKen shoulder received while leav
ing a train as it was in motion.
John Golf, a prominent tarmer zzd
oartlo feeder of Osmond, passed away
last week, death being caused by
Ortford has recently reorganized its
entertainment course, ccnsist.ng ot i
live numhers to be held the comic
Citizens of Gandy are interesting
themselves in setting a railroad and
will present the matter to President
vrohTi- nf r'ni T t.,tt! Pnpitit ranroaa.
The convention of the state wo- (
man's club federation came to a close f
at Holdrege with a musicale and elec
tion of officers. Mrs. Gist of Falls
City, being chosen president.
Tne sum of 5S4.t20 will L1 ciitria- ,
jrcd this mcath to the heirs oi forty-'
esjait runibrs of three leading :'ra-
-eraal bme-fi'-iary societies in Nebras-
ka. as insurance money '
A state reward of 32'"... has ben of- (
fered by the governor for the arrest
of the murderer of G-rorge Jarrell of '
5yran;se. Jarrell was found dead in
hi? hut September 2ti.
The i ub.:c schools of Fremont ob-
served "Ann-Tobacco Day. Copies j
of th a state law. torbmdmg tee
aale 0: tobacco to minors and making
possesion cf it by a boy under eight- j
-en punishable by a tine, were dis-
An intoxicated Tarmer of Saunders .
rcunty lost his life in the haymow He !
climbed into the mow and falling aad f"
foremost down a long, narrow open- '
.as between tne nales of hay and the '
wail of the barn, suffocat-ed .a that '
State Superintendent .7. Crabtree
has wr:ten a letter to boards of edu- f
cation throughout the state in which '
he ha.- .ndicated that they would do
well to aend at least one c their '
teachers to the state meeting at Oma
ha at th expanse of the district.
Governor Aldrich. Land Commis
sioner Cowles and State Trasurr
George held a conference with rela-,
tion to the injunction suit which has
been started against them by Charles
Van Ness, an insure of tne S:diars'
home of Grand Island. The purpose
of the suit is to prevent the state of
ficials and Commandant Haz from
discharging the complainant from the
The United States civil service com
mission announces an eramlnation to
be held on December 27 and 2S. in
various cities of the United States for
teacher, industrial teaher and as
sistant in the Pailippine service
From the eligible list tnus secured
teachers will be selected d.iri:ig the
coming sprimr for serv.ee m the Phil
ippine islands betiinnimr with the
opening of schools next school year.
me late com crop is turmncr out
much better than was expected, ac
cording to Sidney Smith, head of the
agricultural department of Union col
lege. On the college farm of a hun
dred acres, thirty acres were planted
to corn. The ear'y crop did not do
w!l and : being cut up for s.lo but
that which was planted late is turn
ing out well. Fifteen acres of .. will ;
yield tif-y- bushels to the acre. '
The farmers severally m tais part ,
of the state. ays a Lexington dis-,
patch, are elated over the conditions
prevailing. Numerous rains have fall
en in July. August and September,
and between three and tour inoses
hae fallen so far in October. About
the flr-t of July, when the heat wave
struck the country, many farmers
were wondering where they would
and encuah food :cr their stock the
.inter. Since then millet. '
cane fodder, etc.. was planted and the
crops are enormous.
At Elk City Mr. and .Mrs. O. A.
Wolcott celebrated their golden wed
ding. The program was opened with '
the presentation :o Mr and Mrs. Wol- i
cott of two splendid gold watches, the
gift of their neighbors and friends in .
recognition of their worthy life so
long spent among them. Rev. K. W.
G. Killer of Kennard made the pre- '
sentation speech. Then followed
numerous sreeches bv Tccal and out-of-town
sneakers. A bountiful din
ner was theu served.
A spider bite :s causing W. T.
Winsor. a Burlington conductor of
Wymore considerable trouble. The in
sect bit him en the left wnrt. Later
the wound beiran to swell, and became
very painful. A doctor was called in.
and he found it necessary to cpen the
swelling. A large quantity of poison
ous matter was removed from tne '
wound, and precautions taken to pr-r-,
vent the spread of the poison. No
further serious results are looked
Burney Lambo, an Omaha saloon
keeper, is back to the soiL He sold
his saloon and will soon own conduct
an SU'-acre farm in Utah.
Crovemor Aldrich will speak at
Grand Island. December 14. before the
state association of county commis
sioners, supervisors and clerks. His
subject will be "Some Kignts of Our
State Which Shouic Be Preserved."
A trip to Texas, during which sh
spent tne money with which she was
suppesec to pay her txpenses at
Union college, teatured the disappear-'
ance of Miss Blanche Hall of Delta.
Coie . whose failure ;o appear at the j
coilece in Lincoln has ca..sd her '
mother considerable agony and vari-
cus police cmcials a large amount of
Mary. --year-old daughter of Will-
mm Atains. was kuieu instant !y :ast i
week when an autcmobue turned turtle
east of Kimball. The family of eight '
was cut en a pleasure tnp and the
wneeis struct me s:ue oi a rut in tne :
road, throwing the car over. The
girl's head was crushed.
Javorable wearier and soil condi
tions in Pawnee County have resulted
in a much larger acreage of winter
grain being sown than usual, and the
wcrk of plowing and seeding ;-eII
along. Many fields of winter wheat
are up, and. Tha stand and color cf the
grain are both excellent.
Sheep arc scavengers.
Don't crowd your cnlckeus.
Wheat responds readily to good cul
ture. Do not be in too much of a harry to
wean the pigs.
The separator should be thoroughly
washed after it is used.
Sheep require less pasture than any
other animal en the farm.
More horses are spoiled by
drivers than any other way.
lhe cream should be delivered not
less than three times a week.
It is cuite customary to feed a horse
doing reasonably hard work, one
You should have a cooker in order ,
to get the best results with fall pigs. -
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Give the dairy cows plenty of salt Government whitewash wiil pre
and let them consume all the water erve the woo-i of old buildings more
they need. cheaply than aini.
The hen Is admitted to be one cf ; Accordine to r-- r-Tive reports
the greatest financial factors in tne the Onion Set -re.. .3. irach shorter
country today. j this year than la" :cs
Stack carrots are a valuable root
crop and will yield ten to fifteen tons
on rich, loamy soil.
Chansres in the richness of milk can- i
act alter the proportion of skim milk
to cream delivered. I
The world's herd of swine numbers
100.000.000. two-fifths of which belong ;
to the United States.
Bran is a good ration for the horse,
but must not be fed tco frequently, or ,.
it will cause indigestion.
The check-rein is a check, not so
much on the head of the horse, as
upen its general efficiency.
Where skimming is done by means
ul a cuiiu.iuju aeparaior tee ncaness ,
of the cream may also vary. :
r ;.! r . J
Corn may be fed to advantage in '
the bundle when spread on a clean. I
dry feeding yard or in racks. '
A fertile, clean and fine surface soli ;
ana tne strawaerry make a strong
combination as a mortgage lifter.
Pigs and sheep In the orchard will, j
by eating up fallen fruit, reduce tne
spread of insect and fungus diseases, j
Corn should be grown in rotation
with other crops to control insect '
peats and scil diseases peculiar to the
The greatest handicap to
trade is the general store.
custom cf bartering merchandise for j
After the grain is cut and stacked. '
sIleeP e turned on the stubble to eat
the weeds which otherwise would go
The length cf time required to
blanch celery sufficiently for market
ing will depend largely upon tne va-'
riety being grown. ;
The dairy farmer must cring his
product above suspicion and any other
course has in it neither profit, dignity
nor geed citizenship.
Do not attempt to pull onions from
the soil with an iron tooth rake which
will so injure the bulbs that they win
heccme soft and decay.
One of the greatest needs in improv-1
Ing the condition of eggs on the farm
is to provide not only sufiicient num-!
her of nests, but clean ones as well, j
The sugar cane and the allied plants '
exclusively In any stage of develop-
ment are not desirable "ood for ncrses. ,
nor for any of the domestic animals.
Many farmers are giving their cows
a geed grain ration, but a few min-
utes brushing every day wcnld be
better than the last two
grain that is fed.
The bane of most poultry yards to-'
day, and this applies not only to those 1
on the farms but also to many ex-'
elusive poultry plants, ia makeshift j
The cott In the pasture should have t
its feet cared fcr as clcsely as the '
matured animal in order that he may
grow to maturity with feet la ;
The best breeding calls for ani
mais capaoie cf reprouacmg ail cf j
those qualities cf an ever improving j
nature waicn go to make perfect in '
tne type we are aiming at.
Small pigs take to green feed about
as eariy in uie as to any feed and
such green stuff as clover, alfalfa, pea
vines or good pasture are the vrv hfrr
i side dishes that a pig can be given.
A composition made of carbolic
j ac:a. nan ounce; glycerine, eight
ounces, is recommended as' being
good for treating wounds mace on
horses 'jt cattle by barbed wire
Loofc-cut for roup.
Give tile caws salt.
Mules are easily, raised.
Take cara of your surplus garden
A small fat sheep will pay better
than a large poor one.
pound hay and one pound grain per
day per hundred weight.
L.egumes should be included In
every well planned rotation.
Sometimes the best, live stock
the bunch are none too good.
When two years old the
I suuuiu ue uaeu ii- Usui nu.a.
Remember that a blow in the eye
is very liable to blind the hcrse.
Ccrn fodder, either shredded or
whole, is a splendid feed for horses.
The corn shredder Is quite as valu
able as the corn binder for the stock
men. Storinz cauliflowers Is not feasible,
for growers at least, except in cold
Second-crop alfalfa Is fine for the
pigs, but if pastured too closely it will
soon run oul
The time of watering celery, with
any kind cf a sprinkling device, is an
rnm jhfiiTli" ho fe
It is apt
a5 retl Ia larjrn quantities,
ro SCQU- lhe 0-is
The foal will .oon loam tc drink
.. .. . 1'IB . ..! .. V i....... .. . ....
inaers at first.
lanure i used
U w:i: e:Tect a P-aapnt
EGnt : the -vifclfi of wheat-
Onions should bf stored in a dry.
co?1 b,jil'Ji.nS "5re & air il1 ci"
i culate freely amongst them.
If the foreign demand is as are.it j
this year for app'es as last the bet- '
ter grades will hriag as much.
at so much per shock
Is nearly a ;i:2s of tne past, since
the advent of the corn birder.
If a hor? has bien acrusto
ann.-tira- Hore eating, then it
to iet .ue cstoia bo continued,
The rnsr of harvesting an acre of
corn will vac with the locality and
amount of help that must be hired.
The farmer who so manages that
he has something to sell the year
around "s never a complaining fa
Wat?h the hired man a bit and see
'"is 1 is not continually jerking tee
hor?PS and making their mouths sore.
For making plum puddings, duck
egs ar more economical than thost
of other fowls, being both larger and
CleaniinesH should be the metre of
every feeder. Sheep, above all other
animals, detest filth and unsanitary
If there isn't a gcod bull in your
neignborhocd. why not unite with a
rfew good neighbors for the purchase
Sheep quarters should be dry. clean
and well kept. Also supplied wltn
straw and litter and changed fre
quently. Do you know cf anything en the
farm that will run into money taster
than hogs when around j or 7 cents
Save the timothy fields for a seed
crcp nest year and increase them In
size and number while present prices
If your ewe aborts, take her at
once from the lambing shed, bum lit-
ter. bedding, etc. and thoroughly dis- i
infect the premises.
It 13 important that :hg ewes be !
got in gcod thrifty condition before '
breeding time, for on this condition
Iareely depends the successful prcduc- i
tion of the coming crop of lambs.
In order to judge whether an ar.i
mai is profitable or not. it is ner s-
sary to know the amount of miik sliv
the percentage of fat
The best stock is the stock that is
never permitted to stop growing.
Feed the calves so that their detelop
ment will be natural from birth to
A capon is a castrated male bird.
After being caponiaed the bird be
comes more quiet, is mora readily fat
tened, and the plumage becomes
heavy and glossy.
Whenever any farm animal shows a
disrenitien to eat wood, earth and oth-
er unnatural things, a change m feed
is nerersary. In mest cases tco much
com is being fed-
When to pick the peaches is an ta
per ant question. Ycu must not wait
until the fruit is soft and ycu must
not pick the peaches until they are
nearly ripe or well colored.
Cream is one of the most perish
able articles cf food, and most be
kept under favorable conditions if
gilt-edge batter that will command
the highest premium in the market
is to he made frost it.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK?
There ara two -ways to tell if yra
fcave -weak kidneys. The first Is
through pains in the hack. The sec
Rd by eTnmining the kidney secre
tions. If you sus
pect your kidneys,
begin using Dean's
Kidney Pills at
E. R. Wilson.
wa, says: I was
completely laid up
with kidney com
plaint and inflam
tism. 3Iy limbs and feet were terri
bly swollen and so inflamed I could
cot walk for days. After doctors had
failed to help me. I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills. Three boxes cured me
bo completely that I have not had the
slightest trouble since."
"When Your 5acic Is Lame. Re
member the Xame BOAN'S." 3Cc a
box at all stores. Fcster-llilbum Co..
Buffalo. X. Y.
IN THE LIVE BOX.
jOJ i-) t,
vAiine Kock Say. Jcnnme, i ccn't
rrant to play in your yard.
PIMPLES ON FACE 3 YEARS
T was troubled with acne for three
ace was the only part
1 affected, but it caused great disfigure
. ment. also suffering and less of sleep.
1 At first there appeared red. hard
i pimples which later contained white
j matter. I suffered a great deal caused
. by the itching. I was in a sta;e of
perplexity when walking the streets
' or anywhere before the public.
T uspd pills and ether remedies but
they failed completely. I thought of
giving up when nothing would help.
but something told me to try the Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. I sent for
a Cuticura Booklet which I read care-
1 fully. Then I bought some Cuticura
Scap and Ointment and by following
the directions I was relieved in a few
days. I v.zcd Cuticura Soap for wash-
ing my face, ami applied the Cuticura
Ointment morning and evening. This
treatment brought marvelous results
' so I continued with it for a few weeks
! and was cured completely. I can
truthfully say that the Cuticura Rem
edies are nGt only all. but more than
: they claim to be." Signed t G. Bau
mei. 1015 W. 20th Place, Chicago. HI..
ilay 23. ID 11. Although Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are sold by drug
gists and dealers everywhere, a sam
ple of each, w'rh C2-page book, will
be mailed free en application to
"Cuticura," Dept, 2S K, Ecstcn.
Ts Fsrni en Capper Lands.
A party of Houghton capitalists have
under consideration the establishment
at a point on the Copper Range rail
road south cf Hcughton of a 600-acre
experimental farm. The lands have al
ready been secured, but are at pres
ent heavily timbered.
Steps will be taken during the cotn
insr winter to cut the timber, and
early next spring the stumps will be
removed and the land made ready for
cultivation. It Is hardly prcbable that
crops will be planted before 1913. but
the enterprise when established will
prove one cf the biggest from an agri
cultural standpoint in the copper coun
try. Michigan Manufacturer.
Some Shakespeare Statistics.
A Shakespearian enthusiast with a
turn for statistics has discovered that
the plays contain 106.007 lines and
SI4.7S0 words. "Hamlet" is the long
est play, with ".DC0 lines, and the
Comedy of Errors" the shortest,
with 1,777 lines. Altogether the plays
contain 1J17 characters, of which 157
are females. The longest part is that
of Hamlet. The part with the longest
word in it is that of Costard in "Love's
Labor Lest." who tells Moth that he
is "not so long hj the head as hoscri-
Every man hug3 the delusion that
sooner or later he will invent some
thing that will make him rich.
A man doesn't have to know mucz
to know how little he knows.
Lrwis Sinsle Binder 5c cisar equals in
qnality most Iftr c'cir?.
Money makes the airship go aac
come down for more sasoline.
J-aJl. m -t
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
A strong eun ia strong all over. No man can bs
strong who is ufibriag inn weak stomach with its
eoasequest tadisticn, or from some other disease
of the stomach and its associated or&iss, which im
pairs digestzoa sad nutrition. Fcr whea the itotnack
is weak cr diseased there is s loss of ths nutritioa
contained in food, which is the source cf nil physical
strength. When a man "doesn't fal just right,"
when he doesn't sleea well, has an uncsmfartsfala
frr'iug in the stomach after eating, is languid, aervous, irritable and dsspoasd
cat, he is losing the nutrition needed- to sake strength.
Sac a aam sboeld use Dr. Pierce's Celdem MetBemM
Discovery. It cores diseases st tme stmmaem and otmer
craos t diGestloa-amd nutritiam. It enriemes Vie atd,
iariicrates the liver, strcaStaeam tae aldaeys, aemriakem
the aerrcs, and sa GIVES 3EZLTM 3XD 3TMSXGTM TO
THE WHOLE BODY.
Yon can't afford to accept a secret nettram as a twtlrnf fcr tw son
alcohcH.- medicine cf known ccMFOsmoM, act even taough die irgsnf dealer
wacr thereby make a little Jiiggsr profit, lagrediexts priated oa wrapper.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
CaJerraojegDodgbragtterafld ster cslcrsthznagrcdierdye. Ose IQe garlrsgr calorsaH fibera. TTjerdreJacnld'TsterTaetTertfcaianyctberdTe. Toacaa
aye aarsarmegtwBaoctnppmg apart. Write for tree bookie: How to Dye. Bleach aad Mix Colors. MONMC CBJLC CONM1HY, Qwfecy.ItL.
The Antler's Bait.
A, well-kaown angler at Peterbor
ough having obtained, a wasps nest
containing a large number of grubs,
placed the nest in the kitchen oven
to kill the grubs so that he could use
them for bait.
The next morning he went to get
the grubs, but on opening the oven
door a swarm of wasps flew out. The
oren was not hot enough to kill th
grubs, but waa suflciently warm to
hatch them. London Daily UaiL
When Vhm World Waa Mad.
Wben Lottie returned from her first
visit to Sunday school she was askad
what she had learned.
"God made the world in six days. I
and was arrested an the seventh, day." t
was her version of the lesson impart- ,
I ed. Lippincotf a.
They tell me that aviator you en
gaged was a bird."
"We thought so after he displayed
There are now three thousand nec-
r pie In the new Swastika gold mining
j camp, thirty-one miles north of the ,
Cobalt silver arex
rca COLDS act headaches, txzksstsjh aio spui
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atuousSJ.wnH most sats? Acrorr 1
!N THE CIRCLE
ON EVERY PACKAGE OFTHE'
THE WQifCEaFU. POFUtA-aTT CF THE CSWBC STBUT
CF FICS AMD OXGK OF SCIA HAS UD UNSOSUKLOUS
XANVFACaKEIS TO OFrOt DST7ATI0NS. M fl TO
MAKE A LAKES PROFIT AT THE EXFEME OF KB
CUSTCMESS. W A DEALEK ASKS WHICH SZETOU wSH.
OK WHAT B1AKE TOO WISH. WHEM YOU ASK FOB
SYKUF OF FICS AaD OBUM OF SEXNA, HE 8 FKPA
CtC TO DCCHVEYOU TELL KW THAT YOU WSM THE
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THE OJlCLE.riEAK THE TCP CF EVERY PACKAGED THE
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DHUCXUSTS RECULAR PRICE SS PER
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LADIES AMD CKOOREM. AS IT IS MILS AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND tH-LCTrVE. AM?
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FOR WOMEN AND FOR MQL YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADBBS DRfJCOSTB.
ALWAYS BUY THE CEKUM.
California Fig Syrup Cq
Scientifically constructed to give
most light for va& oil they bum.
Easy to light, clean and rewick.
In numerous finishes and styles, each the
best of its kind.
Ask your dealer to shinr to his line of Bare Lamps aad
I tntrraa, or write far illustrated boctim direct
to any CC7 of the
Standard Oil Company
i Hmi mn
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