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FALLS CITY - t NEBRASKA
. . When a woman asks n man how
much ho loves . her , she hm't na1tlng
for Informntlon. And she expects hIm
to answer In sUlernll ) ] ves.
Less limn half of the Russian pope
atlon ] cnn rend and wrIte. But thlnt ]
of the technical ] dlrl1cultlos to be over-
i como In learnIng HUflslun.
It has not been tlecllled yet whether
a.t the New Jersey gIrl who tllled ] herr
self becnullo she 1I111n't have It bIg
, weddIng shall have a big funera )
There are only one war and sIx
revolutions ] In progress In South Amerl
I I cn. This condItion of South AmerIcan
pence Is becoming frIghtfully monoto
It appears that LillIan Russell has
for nome time past been drawIng $1 , .
f 200 1101' No wonder that the airy
fairy LillIan finds It so easy to get
The Baltimore Sun wants to know
' , Ir "tho Russian type has changed. "
Some of those RussIan names have
certainly played havoc with the types
r In thIs country.
The Tibetans will bo operated upon
so neatly and skillfully for the removal
movnl of their adminIstrative entity
that they will not miss It until they
try to walk nlone.
There's somethIng sIgnIficant In the
fact that when one hears of a woman
keeping a pile of old love letters they
have generally been wrItten by some
one she dIdn't marry.
A Chicago packing firm has boon
pronounced not guilty of Itllllng a man
who ate a mInce plo. Everybody must
distinctly understand that he eats
mince plo at his own rIsk.
According to her memoIrs , Sara
Del'l1hardt was , from her earliest
youth , Inclined to bo giddy. She says
that when a mere tot she fell Into the I
fire find "was rescued , smoking. "
A Chicago man , who has been ar
rested for bigamy , claims that It was
nIl a 111lstnlto. A sImilar opinion has
sometimes been expressed t\f , the
common , single . barreled kind of marr
France knows that some of her mil.
Itary secrets have been sold , but she
does not know who sold them. 'We
hope she will get the right man this
time , anti treat him as she treated the
wrong ono beforo.
As the summer approaches scion'
tlsts will , of course , offer the custom.
ary reminders that kissing and Ice
water are dnngerous. It Is safe to
Bay that Ice water will nevertheless
receive appreciative attention as
Not unnaturally there was a tremen ,
deus crowd in Paris to watch the pas
- sage through the streets of 178 kegs
of gold coIn , valued at $9,000,000 , apart
part payment for the Pannnm canal.
Fortunately for everybody , none at
the kegs burst.
Out esteemed contemporary , the
DUlls Vail , reports that 600 Turkish
famllles , ! 1ecJng before Armenian in
Burgents , have been forced to take ; :
refuge In MUBh. They ! ought to look
on the bright side and be glad they
bnven't been driven to actual star.
I 'An American correspondent Is said
to bo bottled tip In Port Arthur. It
Is awful simply to contemplate what
his feelings must lie wIth no end at
"BCOOPS" lying about and not a chance
to smuggle one to his pnper.
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BATTLE ON WATER
SAID TO HAVE TAKEN PLACE OFF
RUMORS ARE NOT CONFIRMED
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A Flanking Movement of the Japa
nese Near Feng Chang Wcng-Rus.
clans Bury the Dead In the Battle of
s'r. PETERSBURG . Rumors are
circulating ] here ] that a great naval bat-
Ito has taken place pit Port Arthur , In
whIch two Russian and four Japanese
battleships were sunk No confIrmn-
lion of the rumor can be obtained.
'rOKIO.-Renr Admiral Togo reports
that on Tuesday a part of the fleet
bombarded the west coast of the Llao
'rung peninsula , near Kai Chas , and
drove back a military train that was
approaching southward. No trains
have been seen slnco. The enemy was
driving In troops and throwing up
works ] , evIdently expecting a landing
of the Japanese at that point , and
maltIng nIl preparatlops to prevent It.
Small gunboats sent close In by Admi- -
ral Togo bombarded the Russians at
work , and It Is believed caused considerable
HAl CHENG , Manchurln.-A flank
lug movement of the Japanese around
the Russian left from Feng Wang
Cheng June 9 was repulsed with a loss
or two bnttallon :
A large Japanese force moved out in
tile morning along the Feng Wang
Lheng and Hal Chang road. The Rus-
sians hall a force t.rongly posted In
a ravine thirty miles southeast of Hai I
Uhong. The Japanese were preceded '
by two battalions , who walked Into the :
Russian amouscllde. They received Il
murderous rifle and nrtlllery fire at
close range and were wiped out , only
one 01' tJio escaping. The main Japanese -
nese force tried to outflank the Russians -
slans , who drew off without losing a
man. The Japanese closing In , found
the ravine vacant , save for their own
1'01.TO.Tho military \ commission
asslgne , to bury the Russian dead In
the battle of Nan Shan hill , nt kin
Uhou , May 2G , presented Its final report
port today. It was found that 10 Rus-
sIan officers and GGol men who fell In
the battle had been carefully burled
and 30 men were burled by the out-
posts , malting time total number of
Itllled left behind uy the Russians 704.
All Quiet at Cripple Creek
CRIPPLE CREEK , Colo.-Tho
Cripple Creek district experienced a
quiet day Sundny. General Bell and
staff attended church and transacted
no busIness except what was abso-
lutely necessary. Another party oC
deported miners will leave VIctor tomorrow -
morrow , their destination being either
; Now Mexico or MexIco. This party
wlll consist of about 100 men. A
number of arrests were made Sunday
and the pence commission sat for a
few hours and passed on several
cases. The saloons open 1\1onday.
PARIS-Miss Lena Morton , daughter -
tel' of Levi P. Morton of New York ,
dIed from the effects of the blood poisoning -
soning following an operation for ap-
1101Hllcltls. Miss Morton's family were
at the bedsIde when she died. The
operation In Itself did not arouse se-
rIous apprehensIon , but the appearS
ance of blood poisoning gave the case
a grave turn. Miss ' 1\101'rlon : rallied
slightly but later her case became
hopeless and she sank ; : gradually until
her death occurred. It Is probable
that the bOdy will be embalmed and
taken to Now Yorle.
TIEN TSIN.-Tho RussIan battle.
shIp CzarovItch , whIch was Injured 1t
Port Arthur February t"I , and wlllh
has over since been undergoIng repairs .
pairs , has len the dry dock ; : aI1lls now
reauy for sea. .
CAN'T TRUST HER SOLDIERS.
Korea Fears If Men Are Armed They
Will Become Bandits
SEOUL-Tolegrn.phlc communication .
tlon has been re.establlshed with Ham
Holing , on the east coast
The Korean war ministry recommends .
mends ! distribution oC 2,500 Korean sol
Biers In varIous posItions , 50 to 300
each , along the 'rumen river and
Great South rand , In several impor
taut Inner towns and at Ham Huong ,
to prevent future Russian raIds.
'rho stop ) has not yet been agreed
on , as the policy Is quesllonablo In
view of the llrobnblllty of the major.
Ity of such a force deserting with theIr
rifles , turning bandits and robbing the
country folk rather than oppose the
A number oC women and chllllren
from Gensan have followed the foreigners -
eigners to the Mountain monastery ,
twenty miles from Gensat\ , where the
latter have sought refuge. Other
fugitive women and children from
Gensan , numbering slxty.five persons ,
have arrIved at Fusan , on theIr way
to , Japan.
OREGON IS STILL REPUBLICAN
Herman and Williams Re.Elected to
PORTLAND , Ore.-At 9 o'clock
Monday It Is conceded that the re-
publlcans have elected theIr congressional -
slonnl candIdates by heavy majorities.
Congressman DInger Herrman of
Roseburg the republican candidate ,
has probably carrIed the district over
R. 1\1. Veaten , democrat , by from 5,000
to 7,000. John H. Wllllnmson of Pine-
vllle , the republican candIdate In the
Second dIstrict , wlll carry the district
hy probably 10,000 over J. E. Sim-
mons , demoorat. Frank C. Baker ,
chairman of the state republican committee .
mlttee , said :
"I predIct that Herrmann' majorIty -
Ity wlll be 7,500 and Williamson's 10 , .
000. Judge ( Frank ; : A. Moore , the republican -
publican candidate for state supreme
judge , wlll receive a majority of 20-
RUSSIA HAS RUMOR OF DEAL.
A Nespape" Says United States Would .
Sell Philippines to Jap11. i
ST. PE'l'ERSDURo-The Novae
Vremya discusses quite seriously the
report that the United States Intends
to cede the Philippines to Japan and
argues that the far-seeing Yankee , anticipating -
tlclpatlng the Inevitable future con-
flict with Japan , prefers to sell the
Islands Instead of defending them ,
having thereby learned Hussia's lesson -
son of the present war , namely , the ,
dfficulty of holdIng territory so far I
from the base. The paper adds : I
"Europe certainly was not pleased ,
nt the exchange of SpanIsh for Annerl- .
can domination In the PhilippInes , but
the latter is a thousand times more
agreeable than to see Japan Installed
there , where It would be a constant
menace to Europe's AsIatic Interests.
England wlll have to look well to Its
position In IndIa , France to IndoChina .
China and even Holland to Ja.va. The
only consolation Is that the cessIon
may keep Japan quIet for a number
of years. "
DRIVES BACK MILITARY TRAIN.
Japs Bombard Russians on West
Coast of Llao Tung.
TOKIO-near AdmIral Togo re-
ports that on Tuesday a part of the'
fleet bombarded the west coast of the
Llao Tung peninsula near Kai Chan
and drove back a military train that
was approaching southward. No
traIns have been seen since.
Time enemy was driving In troops
and throwing up works , evidently ox-
. pectipg a landing of the Japanese at
that point , and malting all prepara-
tiers to prevent It.
Small gunboats sent close In by
Rear AdmIral Togo bombnred the
Russians at work and , It Is believed ,
caused consIderable damago.
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FREE TWENTY-FiVe LADIES.
The Defiance Starch Co will give
25 ladles a round trIp ticket to the
St Louis Exposition , to five ladles In
each of the following states : Illinois ,
Iowa , Nebraska , Kansas and Mis-
souri who will send In the largest }
number of trade marks cut from a " "
ten-cent , 16-ounco package of Defiance - i
ance cold water laundry starch. This
means from your own home , any-
where in the above named elates. ' ' . . . .
These trade marks must be mailed
to and received by the Donaneo C
Starch Co. , Omaha , Nebr. , before Sep-
tember 1st , 1904. October and Novem-
ber will bo the best months to visit
the Exposition. Remember that DidO-
ance is the only starch put up 16 oz
( a. full pound ) to the .ckage. You
get one-third more starch ! for the
same money than of any other kind ,
and Defiance never sticks to the iron. 1
The tickets to the Exposition will bo
sent by registered mall September
6th. Starch for sale by all dealers.
Was Uncle Sam's Oldest Clerk.
WillIam O. Conway , who had been 1
employed In the land office In Washington .
Ington for fifty years , Is dead , aged ,
73. Mr. Conway was appointed from . !
Maryland and was the oldest clerk In
point of continuous service In Wash- , . -
lng-ton. He was appointed to a position .
tlon In the land office In February , ,
1854. lIe began as a clerk and was ,
steadily promoted until , ho became a
law examiner. Until last Tuesday he jl
attended to his work at the depart ,
ment. . .
00 Your Feet Ache and Burn ?
Shake into your shoes , Allen's Foot- . .
Ease , a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
Swollen , not , Sweating Feet , Corns and
Runions. At all Druggists and Shoo '
Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad-
dress Allen S. Olmsted , LeRoy , N. Y.
Hunger Is a terrible thing , but some
men consider thirst more terrible.
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Plso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of a
cough cure.-J. W. O'DnaN , 322 Third AT"
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Any man who thinks he is courting - fan
an angel may live to think again.
The well earned reputation and increaa-
lag popularity of time Lewis' Single
Binder , ' straight 5c cigar , Is due to the
maintained high quality and apprecIation
of the smoker. Lewis' Factory , Peoria , Ill.
A brick manufacturer needs the
earth In his business.
When Your Grocer Saya
he does not have Defiance Starch , you
may be sure he Is afraid to keep It until -
til his stock of 12 oz pa.ckn8'o " * .Qre
sold. Defiance Starch Is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch ,
but contains 16 oz to the package and .
lolls for same money as 12 oz brands.
In the matrimonial game a baseball
layer Isn't always a good catch.
HO : FoR ROSEBUD RESERVATION
South DakolR. 410000 acres land open under U. 8 , draw.
1ng.aegletratlotiLaglnedulr eenda2r. ; Fifteen yearl ;
experience ineklahomalend . oponln e. ay J7 orthwer4
eruoaicewlllbe at 1Ione.'esl , B. Vak. Bend ! ct. . for
my Land Ianllal , containing proclamation and coin-
plete Jntonnation. Soldiers . desiring an agent should
write me. DiCit T. XUUOU , soanleel ' " 6..tk 1IU.&a ,
One good turn deserves another ,
particularly it it is a turn.down.
To the housewife who has not yet
become acquainted with the new things
of everyday use In the market and
who 18 reasonably satisfied with the
old we would suggest that a trial of . .
Defiance Cold Water Starch b : made
at once. Not alone because It Is guaranteed : -
anteed by the manufacturers to be superior -
perlor to any other brand , but beef.US8
each 10c package contains 16 OZ9. ,
while aU the other kinds contain but
12 08. It Is sate to Bay that the lady
who once uses Defiance Starch willI use
no other quality and quantity must
It Isn't always safe to judge a woo r _ '
man's complexion by the label on the'i ' ;
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Important to Moth.r. .
EnmIne ! carefully every bottle of CABTORIA ,
a Bafe and euro remedy for Infantt and children ,
and see that It
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