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Northern Wyoming Herald Entered as second class matter October 27, 1910, at the postofßce at Cody, Wyoming, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. L. L. NEWTON, Editor and Publisher *3** ****** ********* PREPARE! PREPARE AT ANY COST! Prepare the Nation on the OUTSIDE. And prepare the Nation on the INSIDE. America will never be conquered by Outside Foes. America must first be conquered by Inside Foes—the foes that conquer ed Rome, Babylonia and the empires of old. Congress can help us prepare on the Outside. But WE must pre pare on the Inside. Look around your community. Do you see Low Thinking and Low Living? Do you see Indifference to Law? Do you see Corruption? Do you see Dollar Idolatry? Do you see people drifting? Do you see Boys and Girls idle on the streets? Do you see people living on the husks? Do you see the things that crumble character and sap virility? Do you see your community threatened? Then Prepare! Sound the Bugle Call for Higher Living! Fill your community with Good that will force out the EviL Show every Boy and Girl the Vision of Citizenship. Bring Great Men and Women to them. Bring the Great Artists. Show them the Larger Life. The Lyceum and Chautaqua were born to do that.. Fill your com munity with them week by week to reinforce, vitalize, vivify and multiply the work of your Churches, Schools and Homes. Cultivate or Degenerate. Prepare or Despair. This is Inside Preparedness. We don't count the cost. We don’t see how little we can get along with, but HOW MUCH WE CAN GET! “God give us men! A time like this demands Strong minds, brave hearts, true faith and ready hands. Men whom the lust of office cannot kill; Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy; Men who possess opinions and a will; Men who have honor, men who will not lie; Men who can stand before the demagog And damn his treacherous flatteries without winking— Tall men, sun-crowned, who live above the fog In public duty and in private thinking.”—J. G. Holland. *> * * ************** A PREPAREDNESS PROBLEM A nation’s power is tested by its ability to produce within its territorial boundaries all the food requirements of its people needed to meet any crisis that may arise. No nation is prepared against economic disaster that can not meet this test. If this principle of true preparedness is to be carried out in the United States to meet future perils that may arise, all of the sugar consumed by the American people should be grown from American soil. We are not prepared today to provide the people of this country with ade quate sugar supplies from domestic sources. Only one-half the sugar con sumed annually at present is home-grown on American soil. Under proper encouragement it can all be so produced. This can be assured by permanently retaining the tariff on imported su gar, thereby developing home production. * 4-4—4 ARE THEY “STUNG"? An lowa newspaper tells about another town where they had a “lecture course this winter and the fellows who grubstaked the outfit had to dig up isßs. Served them right. Any one foolish enough to subscribe money for a lecture course is in need of an eye-opener.” “We have wondered,” says Hugh A. Orchard in The Lyceum News, “what the man who wrote that editorial thinks of the churches, schools and libra lies in his own community, and whether he considers that their supporters have been annually ’stung.’ We have speculated on what might be the rela tive value he would attach to a hymnbook and plow hondle, a prayer and a bill of lading. We have tried to think what a world of this kind might be if everybody thought as he thinks. 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M r— wlht wfcat ife mmma aafcjag DirfMaa ** wmcli R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Wauton-SdMn, N. C NORTHERN WYOMING HERALD Corporal punishment has been kicked out the back door and athletics • ushered into the front in many schools. *—*—* Cheyenne had a street carnival with the accompanying house robberies. Jewer hear of a robbery when the Chautauqua came to town? A down state paper pertly puts it: “From the bitter attack of the Denver Post on Speer it is evident that Speer and his crowd haven’t yet come across." -4 4 One of the screams at the minstrel show will be an original song by Dick Lackeye entitled “Spoiling Papa’s Hammer Cracking Nuts or. Baby’s Head.” -4 4 4 The democrats have informally invited the republicans to nominate Wilson for president. While they watchfully wait we will name the winner at Chicago. -4 4 The tardiness of Cody people in attending public meetings has often been criticised. As one wag puts it “Everyone was late but the corpse.” Let’s quit being dead ones. Roy Montgomery, convicted white slaver and the democratic ringster of Gillette, is out from Fort Leavenworth on parol. We have been looking for this for some time. -4 4 A doctor says that girls would be prettier if they ate less candy and more onions. That maybe so, but let me tell you they would have fewer close friends and less joy rides. I am getting right tired of hearing people bum hours telling what is the matter with Cody. Sure, Mike, there’s a lot the matter, but shut up! Pull your coat and fix it. This town is past the what’s-the-matter stage. You’re a back number. After you have gotten a pair of shoes that fits you, hand them back to the clerk and put on a pair just a size larger. Yes, it takes courage to do it, but ten minutes after you get out of the shoe store your feet are nearer heaven than your fondest dream of golden streets. “Proper drainage is the secret of good road building in Wyoming," said ’P. S. Eustis of the Burlington. The gentleman is right for Wyoming is a natural road bed and if the water is kept from dribbling across the track j • little grading will produce a 40 mile road. i ' , 4-4-4 I Down in Lander the democrats had one awful time at their county conven tion. The meeting was attended by a handful and one leader held eighteen proxies out of the thirty-four committeemen and ran the roller over the democratic editor and postmaster. They had only life enough left to holler. The primary law is working nicaly in Fremont county, too. .; 4-»4 ■ 4 —— • * * • DO YOU KNOW THAT * * • <* • * • Light promotes cleanliness? * * ___________ • * A clean mouth is essential to good health ? * * • • Physical training in childhood is the foundation of adult * • health? • • » The U. S. Public Health Service issues publications on hy- * * giene and sanitation for free distribution? * • ■ * • Isolation is the most efficient means of controlling leprosy ? * •- • ; * Headache is Nature’s warning that the human machine is * • running badly? * * Bullets may kill thousands —flies tens of thousands? • • • * Obesity menaces longevity? * * • UPPER SAGE CREEK (Too late for last week.) Leslie Walls has been ill the last week from a tick bite. We are glad to hear that he is now up and feeling better. A. L. Pearson and Albeit Schultz returned from Clarks Fork Thurs | day and left the same day for Pow- I ell. i Callers at the H. C. Fritzler heme |on Sunday last were: Mr. and Jlrs. Oscar White, Miss Edith Hewitt and I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robertson of 1 Cody. j Miss Margaret Ashley is now slaying at home and will ride horse back to and from school during the remainder of the term. Mabel Houston left Friday for Red Lodge where she will visit her sister Mrs. Neithamnier, a few days. She made the trip with Mr. and .Mrs. .McLaughlin in their car. The Richards Comstock companv were delivering cattle to purchasers in this vicinity Monday. School election was held at the Upper Sage school house on Monday afternoon. Fred Houston’s term expired. H. C. Fritzler, Mrs. James Ashley and E. E. Dunn were nomi nated while Mr. Fritzler was elected with the majority vote. The young horse belonging to the Pearson Bros., that was so seriously injured in the run away last week died Saturday. We understand that Albert Schultz also had a run away but there was no damage done. HOW APPENDICITIS CAN BE PREVENTED Cody people sliouid know thnt a few doses of simple buckthorn bark, gyl cerlne, etc., as mixed in Ad-ler-l-ka, often relieve or prevent appendicitis. This simple mixture removes such surprising foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almoßt ANY CASE of oonstipatlon, sour stomach, or gas. A short treatment helps chronic stomach trouble. Ad-ler-l-ka has saslest and most thorough action of anything we ever sold. Western Drug Company. NS EXPLICIT “When I don’t want • man’s at tentions and he asks me where I live I sav in the suburbs.” “Ha, ha! Excellent; but where do you really live, Miss Brown?” “In the suburbs, Mr. Short.”—At lantic Journal. - ' ' ' la ACCURACY IS OUR AIM IN FITTING GLASSES Improved methods; the best instruments, and long sxperince qualify us in this department NO INFLATED PRICES NO DELAY Harding Curio & Drug Company Post Office Store i I We will Stand “TEDDY” j Percheron Stallion j on the Sweeney Ranch for the Season. Terms: $5.00 Cash in Advance Just Received a Car of the Famous No. 7 Coal NUMBER SEVEN COAL COMES FROM THE DEEPEST MINE IN THE SHERIDAN DISTRICT THIS MAKES THE COAL HARDER AND LAST LONGER IT IS CLEANER. LESS ASH NO CLINKERS AND MORE HEAT 7 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE NO. # CHEAPEST; ALSO THE BEST ROY HOLM LINCOLN — y*hp*w, Stands This Climate Best Gives better service, protects your buildings better, lasts longer and costs less because it is made especially to withstand the peculiar climatic conditions of this locality. Lincoln Climatic Paints are the only paints made and tested to suit different clim atic conditions. The only paints that van be right. We have booklets at our store telling just how and why Lincoln Climatic Paints are adjusted to lit our climate. Ask for one of these. It will be of interest to you. Brundage Hardwire Co. FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1916. THE LATEST Mr. N. Quisitive Jr.—“ Why where is your Pomeranian?” Mrs. Fitzan-Starte—“Oh, haven't you heard? Dogs are quite outre now. We’re on our way to the asylum to get us an orphan.”— Puck.