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TITE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
I Stop That Backache! Thoso agonizing twinges, that dull, throbbing backache, may be warning of serious kidnry weakness serious if neg lected for it might easily lead to gravel, dropsy or fatal llright'a disease. If you are suffering -with a bad back look for other proof of kidney trouble. If there aro dizzy xpells, headaches, tired feel ing and disordered kidney action, get after the cause. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that has helped thou sands. Satisfied users recommend Doan's. Ask your Acighborl A Nebraska Case Mrs. F. C. Bchad, Albion, Nebr., says: "My back was weak and I was unable to rest. The pains I had In my sides and back felt as if I were being cut with a knife. My kidneys were painful and disordered. A friend told mo ofi Doan's Kidney Pills nnd I pot a1 box. I was noon relieved." Get Dean's at Any Store, 60c a Box DOAN'S K "i5V FOSTER M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y. That Came Later. "Did you hurt yourself much when the branch broke?" "Not until I renchpd the ground. WARNING Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"J SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc ' tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American I Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents Larger packages. Asvirln la ths trad mark of Barer Uatutfaataar ( MonoaoaUcacldaatsr of OallcrlleacM WAS- VICE PRESIDENT AT 36 1 John Cabell Breckenridge of Kentucky the Youngest Man Ever to Hold the High Office. -v-..WS- lfranujin D. Itoosevelt, Democratic rnndldato for vice president, was nsked whether, If elected at thirty eight, he would be tho youngest vice president of the United States. He did not knowKJ)ut hoped some of his friends would look the mutter up. John Cabell Breckenridge was elected vice president on the Demo cratic ticket with .Tunics Buchanan In 185G. He assumed office March 4, 1857, when he was thirty-six years, me month and fourteen days old. When Breckenridge completed his term he was candidate for President as representative of tho slave-holding Interests, but was defeated by Lin coln. The same year he was elected to the United States senate, but soon nfterward Joined the Confederate army. From January to April, 18C5, he was secretary of war In tho cabi net of Jeff Davis. He died in Lexing ton, Ky., May 17, 1875. The Menace. "Oh, yes," she admitted, "I keep a dlnry." And he never called again. Considerable money must go Into some friendships In order to make them last. I pdsruM j ! Tostoh 1; postum 1 j A BEVERAGE ' A BEVERAOE t A BEVERAGE I ma I M Ma rwtJM IW ,4Hl 4 im.u rt. J MaUiu jSJj I Fcstum CaraalCompaitf f 1 fMtam Ctraal Coma"?- iflt tatam Ctraal Company ffH - WT wnff miff wl - in wtWfT tia-T ten. jg r- ct wtfciT mh wwtctl Grocers Used To Wonder why some o their tea and coffee trade switched to Instant Postum Jtfeny of them understand now Hiejjr use Postum in their own families and find a "big gain in health, and some economy, with no loss in satisfaction "There's a Iteason For Postum instead of coffee Made by Rjstum Cereal Cb,Inc, Battle GeelcMicK I Hall's Cntnrrh Mctllcino Those who are in a "run down" condi tion will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are In Kpod health. This fast proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease, It Is greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATAimH MEDICINE! Is a Tonic and Blood Purifier, and acts through ' J?8 blood upon the mucous surfaces of I the body, thus reducing the Inflammation , BHjI , Bill ? icomjiun normal conaiuons. All druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. The Writer and the Reador. Cnro should bo taken, not tlint tho render may understand If ho will, but that ho must understand, whether he will or not. Qulntlllnn. Important ts Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Bears the stlf . r Signature ofy In Uso for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Weigh some heavy people and they will bo found wanting In everything but weight As we grow more sensible, wo refuso drug cathartics and take instead Nature's herb cure, Garfield Tea. Adv. Cypress and wntnut, when used In contact cause each other to rot. LOFT THE HONORS BALANCED College President Had byNo Means the Best of "Guessing" Contest Vhlch Ho, Began. Tho president of an Indiana college In a talk to teachers told them that many teachers did not wish to be rec ognized as teachers, and In nn effort to Illustrate his remark told tho fol lowing experience ho had: "I was traveling West last sum mer," he snld, "and met on the train an attractive young woman. In a casual way I asked her whero Hhe taught school. She hastily replied: "'Why, how do you know thut 1 teach school?'" "Presently I said: 'What do you teach?' I had simply guessed she was a teacher, and later found out that she was a teacher of romance lan guages In tho East. In an effort to get even with me, I presume, she snld : "'And what do you suppose I took you for?"' " 'Well,' I snld, 'I really don't know. What was It?' " "'An undertaker,' she retorted." Prudence. "Are you nn expert driver?" "I try not to think so," snld Mr. Chugglns. "I don't want to tnke a clmnce on overconlldence." Your setbacks should set your teeth. PLEASED WITH NEGOTIATIONS Japanoso Premier and Minister Satisfied With Progress on Anti-Alien Issue. MANY IDLE MENJN ENGLAND British Unemployment Is Becoming a Great Problem, and Labor Leaders Are Getting Uneasy. Washington, D. Cv Negotiations be tween Jnpnn nnd the United States for adjustment of Issues arising from nntl nllen-land legislation by California, were viewed ns satisfactory nnd hope ful by Premier Hnrn nnd Foreign Min ister Uchldn, In nddresses nt the re opening of the Japanese diet. Premier Hnrn decfnreif that the- ex change of views through llnron Shld Iilrn, Jnpnneso nmbnssndor here, and Itolnnd S. Morris, American nmbnssa dor to Jnpnn, were proceeding "In a most friendly spirit nnd thnt Jnpun was confidently looking forward to a satisfactory settlement." Foreign Minister Uchida snld thnt "n frnnk nnd free exchnngo of views hns been proceeding on various points Involved." MILLION IDLE MEN. Unemployment in Great Britain Be. coming Big Problem. London. The proposal by the gov ernment to nllevlnte unemployment by big roadmaklng and house-building schemes and other work of public util ity Is called Inadequate by the leaders of the unemployed. Ofllclal returns give the number of registered work less In the united kingdom on Decern ber 10 as 591,074, an Increase of 70,721 during the preceding fortnight. Lon don nlono nccounts for 141,522 nnd the proportion of men to women out of work is roughly us three to one, -La-bor lenders declare that ut least 250,000 other mnnunl workers nnd ns many clerical workers are out of Jobs, though not on the government books. Theso would bring up the workless nrmy to well over 1,000,000 nnd, count ing their dependents, a grand total Is arrived at of close upon 4,500,000 suf ferers from lack of work in one way or nnothcr. Servant Condition a Problem. Washington, D. C. Families arriv ing in Washington with the Incoming administration, will llnd themselves confronted .with nn unprecedented 'sit uation ns regnrds domestic service. No white women are nvnllnble as servants nt any price. There are few colored women, trained or untrained, 'to be hnd and of the few who unwillingly nccept positions with private families, the majority cannot be relied on to remain more thnn a few weeks at, u time State Prison Again Crowded. Lincoln, Neb. A temporary dormi tory is being Installed In one of the shops of the stnte penitentiary to pro vide sleeping quarters for tho over flow population of the Institution, Warden Fenton announced. The tern-, porary dormitory will contain lifty beds. The penitentiary now has n population of 570. Two yenrs ago there were less thnn 300 nt the prison. Former Kaiser Hunting New Home. Itlo de .Tnnlero. Former Kaiser Wil liam Is planning to make his future home in some quiet locality In South America, nfter ylsltlng Brazil nnd Ar gentina, according to fhe statement of Otto Frlederlch, n former servant at the Amerongen retreat nnd a member of the crew of the German steamer Uremenhnven, which hns Just arrived here. Brand Whitlock Guest of Honor. Ghent. Ilrnnd Whitlock, American ambassador to Ilelglum, was guest of honor nt u banquet given by authori ties of this city and of East Flanders. Gold medals and the freedom of tho city was conferred upon Mr. Whitlock. Reward for Slain Bandits. Kansas City, Mo. A standing re wnrd of $500 to any person for the denth of each bandit killed while at tempting to rob n member bank has been voted by the Association of Sub urban Hankers. Washington, D. C President Wil son, according to inauguration plans ns they stnnd now, intends to ride with President-elect Ilnrding to the cnpltol, March 4, when the latter takes the oath of office. Mr. Wilson, how ever, does not expect to remain for the Inauguration ceremony, whero he would bo required nccordlng to cus tom, to mount the Inauguration stand with his sueessor AVhllo the presi dent could, If ne'eessnry, accompany Mr. Harding to the inauguration stand, his friends and medical advisers think that he should not do so. Half Million In Postoffice Loss. Chicago, III. Loot obtained In the mail, robbery nt the union station hero mny reach tho value of $500,000, it was declared as postolllce nuthorltles continued their check-tip of the con tents of the twelve sacks of registered mall stolen by the bandits. Most of tho loot was In bonds and negotiable securities, reports Indicate. Toklo. Beginning nn anti-liquor crusade, S.OOO women paraded nt the opening of parliament Inst Saturday to urge ui- t" unit of the traffic WEEKLY MABKETfiRAMS UNITED STATES It R PA IITMRNT Or AOIUCULTU11E. (V. 8. lluraau of Uarksta.) Washington. D. O. Tor Woak Kmled Jan. to, 1911. Hay mmI 1'w1. Kaatsrn hay markata very waak bacaus of poor dsmatid, rscalpts Usht; rrlc allfihtly lowrr. Weatern markata 11.00 0 I. 00 lower on all klnda. Pralrls recalpta haayy and In exesss of demand at all mar kata. Oood cradr Timothy and Alfalfa In fair local damand. Shipping orders llmlUd. Quoted, Jan. lt No 1 Timothy, New York. tll.ISi Philadelphia, $17.09; Chlcaco, II. 00: .Cincinnati. SiS.SOi at Minneapolis, $10.00. No. 1 Alfalfa, Memphla. $10.00; Omaha. $10.00; Knuaaa City, $14.00. No. 1 Prattle, Omaha. $11,50; Kansas City. $11.00; Min neapolis, $16,00. Stocks of feedaturfa reported lancer than V?ma.l,d.' Hominy raid weak; offered at $10.00 In noitheaatarn market. Tolkjw hominy feed quoted at II1.&0 In same sec tion. Canadian mills now offeTlns beat pulp at Ml. 00 delivered Now Kngland points. Lottonaeed and llnaeed meal eteady. but In light demand. Alfalfa meal situation un changed. Oluten feed In fair requeat. Quoted: . Ilran. JH.00: mddllmia, tll.00; flour middling, $17.00. lied Dob. $l.00. .Minneapolis; Uluten feed. $48.00, Chicago; Yvhtte Jlomlny feed, $1.00 Bt. Louie; No. 1 Alfalfa meal, $14.(0, Kanaaa City; It per cent cottonaeed meal, $10.00, Memphla; llnaeed meal, $40.00. Buffalo; $$,00, Min neapolis, Fruits and Vegetable. Northern Backed Hound Whlto potatoes cloned aUvhtly lower f. o. b. at $1.00tfl.U per 100 lbs. Chicago car-lot market down 10c. reaching- tl. 1601. 30. Hacked Hound Whites loat lCo f. u. b. New York ahlp ping polnta, closlug around $1.35; move ment very light. New York unchanged, II. 8001. S, bulk. Baldwin apples steady t. o. b.; cold atorage, $4 0004 25 per bbl. llaldwlna steady. Jobbing mostly I4.00W4.C0. North western fnncy Wlnesaps, 10O2Go higher t. o. b., at J2.10Crs.15 per box. Total ap ples holding In cold storage decreased ap proximately D V4 per cent during December. oacxeu leuow onions ciosea sugntiy tow er t. o. b.. at SOoiT 11.00 tier 100 lh mlddle- western cities. COcOll.Jj; caatern slightly luwor, ti.vvui.iu, Florida celerv lolihtkiv mnatlv 12.7BO $1.D0 per crate In eastern markets. Prices steady f. o. b., $1.76 cash track. lllc lloston lettuce closed moderately higher In consuming markets at $2.0001.50 per li bu. hamper. California Iceberg stock steady. Jobbing mostly 14. 0004.50 per crate. I'rlces f. o. b. Imperial Valley, J1.75 4J1.85; Los Angeles, $1.6001. 8. Carlot shipments week ended Jnn. Hint Potatoes. :,83 cars: barreled apples, 74S; boxed apples. $85; cabbage, 798: lettuce, 482, onions, 402: sweet potatoes, $88, Shipments previous week. Potaloea, 1,184 cars; bar reled apples, 879; boxed, apples, 37; cab bage, 914; lettuce, 555; onions, 370; sweet potatoes, 463, Live Stock and Meats. With the exception of a lOOlCc advance on certain grades of light ' weight hogs, practically all classes of live stock at Chi cago declined during the past week. Kat lambs down $1. 0002.00, heavy weight los ing most. Fat ewes lost 60c; yearlings $1.00. lleef steers down 76ctf$1.66 per 100 lbs. Cows and heifers all the way from lOcO $1.00 lower. Although light hogs showed a net decline of about 16c, better weights ranged 5Q20a under prices prevailing a week ago. Jan, 20th Chicago prices: Hogs, bulk of sales, $9.3009.70; medium and good beef steers, $8.00.60: butcher cows and heifers, $4.5069.25: feeder steers, $6.7GO 9.00; light and medium weight veal calves, $10.00(012.26; fat lambs, J8.60O11. 00: feed ing lambs, $8.00010.26; yearlings, $7,600 9.25; fat ewes, $3.755,75. Practically all classes of meat were lower on the eastern wholesale markets. Voal declined $2.0003.00; pork loins, $1.0001.00; lnmb, $1.00O3'.00: mutton weak to $1 lower. Hoof weak to SOo lower. Jan. 20th prices on good grodo meats: lleef, $16.00018.00: veal. $22.00024.00: lamb, $33.00026.00; mutton. $13.00016.00: light pork loins, $23.00026.00; heavy loins, $18.00021.00. a rain. Wheat prices fluctuated rapidly on the opening day of the week's trading nnd de clines continued until the 17th, when a strong undertone developed as a result ot good export demand. On tho 18th, how ever, prices again started down and by the close on the 20th had dropped In the Min neapolis market as jnuch as 14c for the week. Country offerings smaller on account break In prices and bad roads, lteports from Uuenos Aires that Argentine Govt, would not Impoae surplus export tax. In Chicago cash market on the 20th: No. 2 lied Winter wheat, 17022c over March; No. 2 Hard, 607Hc over; new No. 3 mixed corn, 6 Co under May: Yellow, 6O60 under. For the week Chicago March wheat lost lOttc. closing nt $1,68; May corn CUc, at G8c. Minneapolis March wheat down 14i4c. at $1.60; Kansas City March 11 He, at $1.62H; Winnipeg May lOfto, at $1.68U. Chicago May wheat, $l.C0tt. Dairy Products. Weakness has characterised butter mar kets; declines have occurred In all markets and feeling now Is unsettled. Ilecelvers aro free sellers and prices aro often shadod rather than to lose Bales. The heavy cargo of Danish butter which arrived on the Frederick Eighth will be available on the Xlat, and prices range around 4 9 Ho to 60c Argentine and New Zealand .butter also on New York market, as well ns some ship ments now season fresh butter from Cal ifornia. Domestic prices, 92 score: New York, 61c: Chicago. 46c; Philadelphia. 61 He; Iloston, 52c. . Cheese markets maintained firm tone and although business Is temporarily dull In some markets the feeling Is one of confi dence. Prices nre slightly higher than a week ago, Wisconsin primary markets prices now average: Twins, 24 Vie; Daisies, 25 Wc: Double Daisies, 24 c; Longhorns and Young Americas, 174c; Square prints, 26V40. Some export demand. at New York and orders aggregating several thousand boxes skim and Canadian Cheddars handled. Championship Bout Declared Off. New York. Announcement thut tho heavyweight clinniplonshlp boxing bout between Jack Dempsey, tltleholdcr, nnd Georges Carpentler, European chnmplon, for which the enormous purse of $.ri00,000 had been offered, hns been definitely declared off Is made by the New York Times. Failure of the principals to deposit forfeit moneys, ns was provided for; In contracts signed by the promoters, the boxers nnd their malingers, was given as the reason for tho cancellation. Washington. Guatemala's standing army of 1H.O00 men Is to be cut to 0,000, Julio Illanchl, minister from Guatemnln, nnnoimws. "The era of petty wars and revolution, I believe, Ib nt an end," ho snld. Agricultural Appropriation Bill. Washington. The agricultural np proprlntlon bill, carrying $Xl,fil 7,450 for the next fiscal year, $10,511,02r less Hum the estimates, was reported to the house. The total exceeds that for the current year by $1,801,075. The bulk of the appropriation Is for use by tho Department of Agriculture, but $1,000,000 was authorized for the na tional forest reservation committee for acquisition of additional lands nt head waters of niivlgnblo streams. Tho com mittee usked for $10,000,000. Yaqui .Indians on War Path. Nogales, Ariz, A band of Yuqul Indians has resumed the war path mid killed three Mexican cowboys und loot ed n ranch at Crulz I'ledras, eight miles south of Guaynuis, Sonora, ac cording to ofllclal advices reaching the border. Ynquls looted the towns of Cocorlt and I.u Dura, also south of Guaymns, according to the ndvlces. Iloth towns nre In the Ynqul vnlley, long claimed by the Indians ns their rightful home. No loss of life wns re ported In connection with the looting Of ti.f t''" '? Quaker Minister Is Grateful to Tanlac I issasaaBaBiaiWa--aaasBBSBSBBBaasjsBaasBjB v Rev. Pnrker Moon Nearly everybody In Southwest Mis souri either knows or hns henrd of the Itev. Parker Moon, who for n full half century has devoted his life and tnlanUi to Sunday school and organi zation work for the Society of Friends or Quakers. "Uncle Parker," as he Ib nioro famil iarly known, came from fine old rug ged Quaker stock, and there Is not a better known or more highly respect ed citizen In thnt part of the state. In referring to his remarkable res toration to health by Tanlac, he snld: "About Ave years ngo I suffered a general breakdown. My principal trouble wns nervous Indigestion. My appetite was very poor and my food seldom agreed with me, nnd I hnd to Hvo on ri very restricted diet. I suf fered a great deal from headaches and dizzy spells; I had severe pains across the small of my back and was badly constipated most of the time. In fact, I was so weak and rundown I was not able to attend to my duties. "This condition made me very ncrv oub nnd I could not sleep nt night Frequently I would lie nwnke most all night and was In that condition more or less for five years. My phy slclnn snld he could not do nnythlng for me and suggested a change of Many n small boy grows up to bn a little big man. Garfield Tea, taken regularly, will cor rect both liver and kidney disorders. Adv. All that breed In tho mud aro not eels. Kill That CASCARA FOR Colds, CoBghs Neglected Colds aro Dangerous Take no chancos. Keep this standard rsmedy handy for the first ansste. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe In 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine In this form docs not affect the bead Cascara Is best Tonla Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT What to Do for CONSTIPATION I CARTER'S J KITTLE 1 W fc. K P1L.I1S EARN BIG MONEY Take orders in your own town from your friends for the Sioux City Skirt Co. Write to Dept. B. for information on becoming agent in your territory. Sioux City Skirt Co., Sioux City, la. climate. I then moved to Texas and went back nnd forth thrco times, but did not get the relief I hnd hoped for. Finally, I got so bad off I was not nblo to get around with any degree of comfort. I wns also told I had heart trouble. "I hnd rend about Tanlnc and, ns It had been very highly recommended to me, I decided to try It I got a bottle nnd hnd tnken only a few doses until I could notice a marked Im provement In my condition. I noticed! especially that I wns not troubled any more with sour stomach after eating, which was a great relief. "I kept on taking Tanlac until I fully regained my health. My appe tite Is splendid; I enjoy my meals ant) I do not find It necessary now to tnke any laxatlvo medicines of any kind. I enn sleep much better and am not nenrly so nervous. "I -tnko great pleasure In recom mending Tanlac to anyone who nceda a good system builder, or who suffers with stomach trouble. I have recora. mended Tanlnc to a great many of my friends and nm pleased to reach others) by giving tills statement for publica tion." Tanlac Is sold by lending druggist everywhere. A Surprise. A boy, after growing up, Is always greatly surprised to find thut tho mem bers of u brass bund don't play fer tho fun of It Bossy peoplo aro permitted to take nil the responsibility. Cold With Ecf QUININE AND La Grippe BP BBSL Take a good dose of Carter's Kittle liver Pills- then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. They cleanse your system of all waste matter and Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to take as SUgar. Genuine bear ilgnature&g Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.