Lime Springs Sun, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1903, Lime Springs, Iowa SPRINGS SUN. LIME HOWAED APRIL 2, 1003. No. 34 CLARENCE That U of Real Worth Achieved Without Courageous per In I j WHO PAYS THE i Puck Said fools f tals Baruum said animal in t tho as large a crowd as tho and lliu Psalmist said all is J k A thinking man this of tho twentieth century is willing to agree that they all bit tho bull's oyo plumb in the When one thinks of the transparent gauzy schemes for self by sotno of tho people who at tho expense of another's it is calculated to give a Borere paTn to a cast iron bull Tho tf ants of a down in fa county are Jot -ad- f out of paying church jr Thoy to to coupons amounting to two on each north The buyer hands them over }r tabis or her and tho in due church Y treasurer on any church debt that ex- jV Who per the or his customers T A fr short timo ago a young man at seriously slopping a away learn attached to u Standard Oil Co. The young man was tho sum of ia sate the company from a r i for When wo reflect price oi oil has raised one cent a gallon twice if it seems necessary to ask who paid this young Even now the papers are full of a city newspaper which ia giving itself a great boost by donating balf sub- scription to the famine fers iu But read the offer commission to nor will it ium or The usual of to t agents was from und many aa an took their subscriptions the city Jv paper for 50 tents a If one these come into a country office with subscription tell the editor that help out the famine aud 'the they would sec tjho S. It's to be Nith If any one wishes to the price for bo t to moat any doubt s bo glad to cents dn dollar tb a cash is full of humbugs sifted jp. t aro a men arc hot to make u generosity uut of A Gamboll in tho Baptist ard vouches for tho In tho town a Wan Inj received in a ami crowded the parental The says an eyo wua in. intense On the of tho bed eat tho father and on the left tho holding a hand of their while the damp gathered On his handsome Solemn one was on face nnd tho death was by of the drink thu mother rosu from her nnd her fato to tho full well that the wine punch and tho saloon cannot bo main without My husband and I you before God with the blood of your sou ant You gave tho saloon jour influence and for and now you would your business to closo tho gaping wounds and light again these sightless Won't you let thw victim be and spare the lives of other boys and hearts of other Then she staggered and A month litter this mother's heart ceased to ncho aud her emancipated spirit ucut up before tho Great Judge to testify tho murders of her Molo aud men and business are you for tho judgement How many victims have you helped to send on How many arc to como you as contributions to your and Aro any of these your voto no The Coal Strike It is not to be doubted that tho award will up to fairly by both The Hie great struggle which preceded and according o tho estimate of the cost the operators and miners the sum of ouo hundred millions of will give a sanction to the mous award of a commission whose had been agreed to in ad- Tha advances awarded to the miners will cost the operators roughly roui eight to ten raillions of dollars a and will represent an increased cost of about IP con la per ton of or about 2p.cents per tun of prepared Oio price of coal has been and as tho for the next three years ore ex- thero will be reason for ho operators to of the of- of tho Tho great benefit will arise roin the sessions of this will bo tho re- spect which the operators and miners mil for ono The union gron very much as the result of its and vilh increasing strength will come renter Tho representatives of the operators and miners mil daily meet each other n Board of and it does nat require n sanguine ment to predict that before the of years the tho operators will be not only meot the minors iu a permanent If this result be qd as Mr. Mitchell come Ibis solution pf the troubles haro vexed tbo anthracite field rom time the work of iho Anthracite Coal Strike sion will not havo been in Award of Iho Anthracite Coal by Walter in the American Monthly of t for dy on tho of I Interesting for to strongest man of moderu limes was Augustus If lie could roll up silver like a of paper and could twist Iho Tho re are many other wonderful feats of strength and skill could hardly bo credited were t not thoy from such How many boys over n porter cnn trot at ti rapid paco mid carry u of GOO That a with Hint carry him around tho world iu less than a night if lio were able to in in Thai a can his weapon j a. thick plank of a and that a specimen of such a plank with of a fish Clicking in it may bo al the That a Jinn is HO strung in month that he ran leave the impression of his flf you J your hands I he wmo upon n piece of And that lliu of eO strong III it hu pull np jn by break with he drank nt tlie punch i hii 1, For alt Kinds TO you men mill hii You voted to the gilded bo- foro him and him to thU awful of you THE SECRET Fraternal Gossip Picked Up From KNIGHTS or V David L. Durnel of ono of tho fivo men known as of the Tho founders wore Justis H. A. Ed ward S- Kimball nnd W. P. an Champion long passed but Iho aro lit The order of of Pythias was forty years old 19. It founded in and has grown to an order composed of nearly lodges aud distributed iu grand Tho Knights of Detroit bavo organ a relief board to aid members U tho order and strangers who como city in need of Missouri made an increase in during the past and there aro now Knights of Pythias in good standing in that jur There are 130 K. of lodges in Tho project of tho of tho t state of Now York to erect a ium for the poor of tho craft who have is attracting no present intention is to purchase u farm near New York city and erect a or of it. Although tho institution will bo for Masons of tho subscriptions to tho fund for carrying on tho work havo from several other no place for a selfish Unless a man's heart is with brotherly love ness toward hid fellow man ho should not tho degrees of Pacific Two now wero dedicated in Wisconsin ono in and the other iu Both aro The Modern Woodmen of was organized in 1893 with n com- membership of 223. tho January wo bad in absolute good standing beneficiary and social a total membership of Notwithstanding tho readjustment agitation the record for January was seventy now charters issued nnd certificates Tho death ralo pur of ance in during 1992 New Jeney IB not a Aery strong Modern Woodmen but tho is steadily gron In this jurisdiction at present thero aro about members of For the two years ending 01, 1902, tho total receipts to tho benefit wero SI Bays tho Modern Tho total dis- for tho timo wero or a total collected of 90. SODIO of tho medical examiners of secret societies now require applicants to bo stating that small pox is yearly becoming We shall in a very short stock that we have from berg our store Minn. We will make very LOW on all goods before The assortment s still and we sizes in nearly Don't opportunity to buy wear at less cost arc obliged move this present location sooner than we expected and will make to stock as much as possible and save expense of Prices Don't ask for credit Now is the time to fraternal certificate pa v a bio to can if I And them that our aro t v for poles with We also wood and brnss poles in different fe up to 12 will tij A tho family tho expanse of a American are contributing a million neck for of tho homo The Times announces that tho Northern lowu ation will hold its annual at will bo Major Charles nud Col. of Uncle T. St. Elmer and Gen. C. W. Burgess uill enlist the services of a drum corps that the echoes far and Tho old soldiers loro aud how to it. Thoy expect to have a rousing and the zena of exhibit their by lending them every aid A Ono of looking young ia a nearby town in eaid to terribly upset in of a she other in a hurry oho took up sho a clean pillow slip from tho She into the store as smiling as a basket of and the supposed to tho who to fill it. scoopful went to the When ho it up to see uhat was tEfo and ed two flt the bottom and lit out out saying a Tho grocer laid tho to her up nho has not appeared iu tho i- Had No Call but Sailed on Ink To r. perm n NO i i l All io of bulf thaf turned out bu naturally calls to mind of luy old friend n tunn In the Damon leather Umn a wamp that the Jaw than son Isn't nil ounce of meanness -In whole hut he's Just illy A he out of lego Jili oC would br for him he leather to send on and I u of 1 a nf I a lie dlOn If he had u a tall spare Nen of T in i hem ot of nt or dislike Uie the Rume told right til sturt Unit know ho to do lie dead mire U the leather It that lie had said the Mine thing to Ills father nnd that the old liinl nnd told him to forcet It and to lenrn i nil Hut wanted re- look Ut nns di ono 1. h thirty nucl all Wanted tg Unow about Cirn in tho same 1'urk to be the only thing that ho wasn't Interested In. I not his resignation onu day Just five tho one which I wna Inn written out for him was for J will do tho to soy timt there WBB nothing slow about hlA Up over and of courso It cost mo Uie old mau'u trade and I want to shy right tho easiest way In tho world to make roles Is to hire I lost of for ho turned up at ono an friendly and as 8uld ho was n reporter and ed to Interview ino on the December wheat 1 wouldn't talU on huf I ly him sleep In hall bedroom life If ho didn't quit his foolishness and back to though I didn't really It. IIo thanked opt and wrote a about M might bare and somehow gave the Impression that I had paid It. The next I heard of he was The announced the Junta con- It and last of all from himself detailed the leading up to the tho headlined In his paper called It I got a long wire from Ezra's fattier asking KQO the managing editor and get at for U seemed Umt tho paper had thought a heap of and he sent out to as 11 and with In Cuba liad to the When there wag any news and when there wasn't ho sent that word death had como Ui his own brought across on a filibustering steamer and oil It with to ho had learned he left ho had strayed from tho band of with which Jio had been out and had blundered the Spanish IIo had been ly a despite his proving his American citizenship aud the nature his Joh tho red cross on his he tried by court martial and to at All this ho had written and then that count he had gono on his This written In a sort of or you would call It black and let on to bn tho work of the to whom had his He hod been the sentry over the and for a small In band Uio promise of a larger ono from tho paper lie had turned his back on while he wrote out the and hnd deserted and carried it to the Cuban The account as tho der to tiro was given by the raised his toward heaven and protest In the of my American At Iho end of tho' for bully scoop for but It's ty on me. Tho managing editor dashed n tear from his cyo when he rend this to ino and gulped aa ho can't help It. IIo was such a ful he even remembered to Inclose for the lawt story tho whole of the page and three col- of itin and ft Just sold of Uor that the state take It though the Spaniards denied any previous knowledge of tulch person as this n pother page In the and then up a memorial which for three Ono of those fellows you In ery goes and 10 hoys give up their h money to tor aunt of tho cellar r. managed to Kent rf to dune on MIC put nn a plug the out ttf for hli lint to Hie H jour here let Notify ther nil Keep It ers I H birk io ly i In such a not to nny hi I ntten tlon In HP io get around Hint from n parti the Inst T Init I of him he was In and drawing ten n year ivax more ho could hi Up to In the lent her In a came sho boon him CUT Si N for ull kinds of J 1 r v IVEC T j. e s.