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The girl with naturally curly hair
III the only one who gets full enjoyment . .
ment out of nn ocean dll ) . i
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Don't you Itnow that Defiance starch
hcsldeH helng absolutely superior to
any other , It put up 16 ounces In IHlck-
ages and sells at Mme price nR 12-
ounce packages or other kinds ?
A man may often thank his lucky
stars that t ho can't take the woman
wilD 18 presented ) to him.
Storekeepers report that the extra
qunntity , logetlH'r with the superior
quality or Dennncc Htnrch makes Il
next to Impossible to sell any other
steam Turbine for Pump.
The steam turbine principle has
been adapted to a centrifugal high.
pressure IJurnp. The action III reversed -
versed , however the water entering
at what would be the exhaust end ,
gradually ; accelerating as It passes
throu'gh ' the several fixed and movable .
blo vanes , until It acquires a high
velocity at what would ordinarily be
the outlet end.
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Irrigation In Kanus.
Great state , Kansas ! Thorn Ie
lIeltbcr a mountain nor 11 marsh In all
her length and breadth of 82,000
square miles. One , third of her area ii !
almost a barren Btclppe , owing to laek
of rain. Irrigation will make the dry
prairies a veritable "garden of the
" wet , " raise the Kansas corn crop to
800,000OGO bushels and Increase her
live stock valuation (0 $180,000,000-
Now York Press.
Earrings IndIcate Nativity.
The earrings worn by italian or'gnn
rrhHIIQ ; women indicate the part of
Italy the wearers come tram. The
longer the earrings the farther south
the original homes of the WOlDen. In
the fur north U10 ornaments arc quite
Instead of Wedding Cake.
In place ot wedding cake In Holland ,
land wedding sweets are glven-
"bruh1mlkors" : they are called. They
are handed round by children and are
s rvcd In flower . trimmed basltots.
Needs Only a Little Thinking :
The food or childhood often decides
'hother one Is to grow up well nour-
IKllnd n(1 health S ' or weak and Itlr1 : .
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ly I from Improper tood.
Il's just as easy to be one as the
other provided we get a proper start.
A wise physician like the Denver
Doctor who knew about food , can ac
cctnpllsh wonders provided the pa'
bient 18 willing to help and will eat
only proper tooll.
Speaking or this case the Mother
l1ald ! her little four year old boy was
suffering from n peculiar derangement
. or the stomach , liver and kidneys and
. his fact became so swollen he couldn't
take a stop. "We called a Doctor who
said nt once we must be very careful
as to his diet as Improper food was
the only ! cause or his sickness. Sugar
especially ! , ho forbid.
"So the Dr made up a diet and the
principal rood he prescribed was
Grape-Nuts and the boy , who was very
fond oC sweet things took the Grapo-
Nuts readily without adding any
sugar ( Dr. explained that the sweet
In GrnlJe.Nuts Is not at all like cane
or beet sugar but Is the llllturul . " - sweet
of the grains. )
"Wo saw big improvement Inside a
. tow days and now Grape.Nuts are almost .
most his only food and he Is once
more a healthy , happy rosy.cheeked
youngster with every prospect to
grow up Into 6 strong healthy man. "
Name given by Postum Co" , Battle
Creek , l\I.lr.h. .
The sweet of Grape.Nuts Is the Na-
turo.sweet known as Post Sugar , not
digested in the liver like ordinary
sugar , but pre-digested. Feed the
youngsters ! a handful of Grape- uts
when Nature demands sweet and
. prompts them to call for sug r.
ti. Thero's a reason.
Get the little book "The Road to
. ' Wellyille" In each pkg. -
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.falls City Tribune
BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.
FALLS CITY - - NEBRASKA
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Trousers creased at the side will
fill a long Celt want for hRndy.legged
Because n woman IA a nice wife Is
no sign she Is going ! / to he that kind ot
Anybody can afford to buy an autoo
mobile , but few oC us have money
enough to pay the repair bills.
The first wireless dispatch has been
sent from Nome city In Alaska , and
It Isn't a hard.luclt story , either.
According to n feminine expert the
average woman's Idea of being real
devilish Is to order broiled , live lob
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The wicked generally get what they
deserve In this world , but not always
what their contemporaries . think they
A Boston doctor states that corn-
men soda Is "aH good as whisky for
snake hItcH. " or course ho meant "af
effective , "
Russell Is 88lnd working harder
than over. Uncle Russell should
learn to control that Inordinate appetite .
tite of his.
A New , Jersey professor has resigned -
signed his posItion to go on the police
rorce. Means to hitch his wagon tea
a star , evldentl ' .
There is said to be n shortage hi
the broomcorn crop this year. Evidently .
donO the broom handles will have to
be made longer.
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That Washington goat that If
"charged with swallowing / two sticks
of d'nnmlte" should be able to make
a strong rebuttel'
Doubtless the IIarlem woman who
soothes and sustains eighty cats has
a hind heart , but lacks neighbors .
u _ u _ . , , . _ ,
pared to swear to tillS.
Edward Atkinson has not reached !
the summit of happiness unless he
haH learned to expel smoke through
his nose and blow rings t
News from the far East says ,1apan's I
mosquito fleet Is busy. New Jerse"s
mosquito fleet Is also In action , and I
invariably puts the enemy to rout. ,
The prize monkey at the Philadelphia . 1
phla zoo Is learning to write. It Is f
expected to fit him ! eventually for a
place ) at society reporter at Newport. 1
'fhe technical journals tell us that ]
"alcohol made from sawdust 18 already
ready n commercial success. " It 4
eeems almost Impossible to fall to sell :
Somebody has discovered that there
are no red.headed dolls. Like the 1
taste for olives , the admiration for
red hair seems to be the result of cui
"ny the way , " asks the Boston
Globe , "what'ij the duty on Guatemala
ants ? Do they come under the head
of farming utensils ? " Wild animals ,
more 111tel ) ' .
Harry Lehl' overlooked the chancE
Ol a lifetime while the Jgorrote :
were visiting President Roosevelt in
not securing their attendance 8
"dog dinner" in Newport. .
American soda fountains are being
Introduced In England. Gradually
that country Is advancing. The time
may even come when they will be eat.
Ing corn on the cob In England
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Last spring Governor Odell met an
old friend of his up In Newburg , his
home town , and Immediately asked
how he was getting ! along / on the ah'
ship he had been working on for
real's. Time Inventor had become disgusted .
gusted with his mechanical progress !
Rnd when the governor asked If the
machine was a complete success he
replied : Well , not quite ) 'et. I
have two things to accomplish tJeroro
1 can say It Is. " "What are they ? "
asked the governor "r have 10 find
out how to get my machine up tn the
air and how to keep It there. .
AR there Is a law against burying
In the city or Albany , the bishop had
to have a special ) act or the regisla-
tlll'e to ho burled In the cathedralL
lie was successful In having the act
pass ) the Inwmnltm's , but his friends
were astounded and wOl'l'le'hen
they read Its text. It b"gm with the
usual verblll e. The ending was
something 1ll h Ire this : "Wo do grant
that Bishop Doane bo burled within
the precincts of the city of Albany.
This act to take effect Immedlntely. "
Every experience we undergo ,
whether seemingly good or ill , Is of
benefit loHI later on.
-cas , Than Half to St. Louis and Rc
, turn via Wabash R. R.
Tickets sold Tuesdays and Thursdays .
days In August ! ; rate from Omaha
850. Daily round-trip rate $13.80.
Correspondingly low rates from your
The Wabash Is the ONLY line landIng -
lug all passengers at Its own station
main entrance 'Vorld's Fair grounds ,
thus saving lime , annoyance and extra
car fare. All "rorlll's Fair maps show
Wabash station , main entl'Unce. For
all information address Harry E.
MlJores , G. A. P. D. \\Tab. R. R. , Omaha .
ha . Neb.
After a man has been married a
few years him hump or hope becomes
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet.Powdcl's fOl'Chlhlren ,
used by Mother Gray nurse in Childrcn's
Homo , Now York , cure Summer Complaint ,
GovorishnessIfeadacheStomach Troubles ,
reot.hing Disorders and Destroy 'Varma At
all Drtlg lsts' , 2ic. Sample mailed FREE.
Address Allen S Olmsted. Lo Roy. N. Y.
Women never weep more bitterly
ban when they weep for splte.-
Dealer say that as soon a'l ' a customer -
omel' tries Defiance Starch It IA impossible -
possible ' to sell them any other cold
'ater starch. It can be used cold or
Women divine that they are loved
eng before It Is tolll them.-Mnri.
.1\trll. Wln.low's SoothlnR Syrup.
For rblhlren teething lotteos the gums , roiluces In-
l&mmatloD , allays pain cures wind comlu. ! . 2SCa butue.
A man's Idea oC personal liberty Is
Ills ability to butt Into the affairs of
Hundreds or dealers say the extra
tllllntlt [ ; and puperlOl' quality oC De-
nance Starch Is fast taking place or
all other ral1l1s. Other say they can
not sell any other starch
Women who can't get n vote perhaps
may be satisfied with getting n voter.
Lewis' "Slnglo Dluder" straight 5c clgar. ,
Made of ripe , mellow tobacro : , so rich 111
quality [ that ? man ) ' who formerly ' smoked
lOc cigars now smoke Lewis Single
Binder. " Lewis' Factory , Peoria , Ill.
Never say a horse was pulled. You
may have been dragged along.
The llIrlne Eye : Reined : y Co. . Chicago. Rend Home
Eye nook tree. Write them 11I10llt your eyes
The financial editor Is not necessarily .
11) pedantic , but he Is apt to indulge
Important to Moth. . . . . ,
Enmlno carefully every bottle or CASTomA ,
a safe and euro remedy for infants and children ,
and see that It
Signatare of , t irGCI C
b Vie For Over 30 'reau.
This WA4 Yves Ua" lWIJI 1lought ,
Half ThIs Man's Sufferings Would
Have Killed Many a Person , But '
Dcan's Cured HIm. )
A. C. Sprague ,
stock dealer , ot
} Normal I , m. ,
writes : "F a r
; 4. two whole
rears ! I was doIng .
, , . Ing nothing but
' buyfns I r. i.
cines to cure
k ' my kidneys I
do not think
- ' that any man i
. ever suttered as
S did and lived. The pain III my back ;
was HO ball that I could not sleep at
night. I could not ride a horse , and
s : > was unable even to ride
In a car. My condition was critical :
when I Bent for Doan's Kidney Pills .
I used three boxes and they cured me.
Now I can go anywhere and do al
much as anybody. I sleep well and
feel no discomfort at all. "
A TRIAL FREE-Address Foster-
Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. For sale
by nIl denIers. Price 50c.
It Is discouraging to an honest man
to agree to accept a bribe and then
he IHlIlcoed out of It.
FREE TO TWENTY.FIVE LADIES.
The Defiance Starch Co. will give
25 ladles a round.trp ticket to the St.
Louis exposition ! to five ladles in
each of the following states : Illinois ,
lawn , Nebraska , Kansas and Missouri .
1'1 who wlll send In the largest number
or trade marks cut from a 10.cent , 16. § ,
ounce package of Defiance cold ; water
laundry starch. This means from your
own home , anywhere In the above
named stntes. These trade marks must
be mailed to and received by the D.
fiance Starch Co" , Omaha , Neb. , before
September 1st , 1901. October and N9'
vember wlll bo the best months to
visit the exposition Remember that
Defiance Is the only starch put up 18
oz. ( a full pound ) to the paclc .ge.
You get one.thlrd more starch for the
same money than of any other kiu 4 ,
and Defiance never sticks to the Iron. ' " ' .
The tickets to the exposition will be
sent by registered mall September 6th.
Starch for sale by all dealer
Knows how : important it Y . -
. to use agood starch. Defiance ;
Starch is the but starch
. J ,
made. It dotsn't stick to
the iron. 'r ; , it gives . a " . . . beautiful . '
lul soft glossy stiffness to the
' clothes. It wjil hot blistetl "
. I or crack } the goods.i . It ' sells
, for less . goes . farther , does ,
more. . Ask the lady who ,
irons. Defiance Starch at all"f . , .
I .grocers. _ 16 oz. for 10 cents : ' I
The DEFIANCE STARCH CO .
OMAHA _ . NEB.