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   Lime Springs Sun, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1904, Lime Springs, Iowa                               THE LIME SPRINGS SUN. VOL. XVHL IiTTffE 8FBINQB, HOWABD COUNTY, IOWA, THUBSDAY, JAN 28, 1B04. JTo. 86 CCARENCE ZOOK. Publisher. 'Nothing That U of Real Worth Can Be Achieved Without Courageous Working.' TERHS: per Year, In Advance Qoratliu ban lirnto l Who witct, bli at sight It gailt rauij jnn uta, THE BRIDGE IN DIALECT. WARNING TOCOUNTRY CURLS. woulifbo very glad to impress upon our brothers of the country press the great dangers that lie in wait for tbo multitude o( young girls that arc flocking to St. Louis, and notably at thia time. The country press is a tremendous power for good, and if they would keep thin matter before tkoir readers, constantly nam- ing all as to this open door to ruin, many might bo saved who else were lost. The gateway to St. Louis is tbe great union depot which is beset with a thousand snares for unwary feet. Any young girl who comes" through the gates into the midway is at once spotted, aud if it bo possible the snare will BO spread in her path that she cannot escape. No girl should come here unless absolutely certain as to her course. The raanjr tempting adverlismenta are often mere baits for. ignorance ucd innoceuco. And if sho cornea to the city ready to-outer the first car- riage whose driver proposes to take her to a good boarding place, or to accept the first situatidn offered where "uo experience is she may as well bid adieu to inno cence and hope when aha leaves home. And as a matter of course, the young man- is almost equally exposed so far as moral or even physical safety is concerned. If the country papers will only keop those things before, their readers they will servo God and Louis W. C. T. U. BEAUTIFY THE SCHOOL GROUNDS. The Youth's Companion wishes to interest every public school in Iowa in the work of beautifying the. school grounds. Aa an incentive to action it makes a special offer to schools of this elate. To the five hundred schools in the stpte of Iowa showing tbe greatest interest during 1934 in the setting out of trees, dhrubbery iind vines, and improving their grounds in other ways, it will present a set of histori- cal pictures, namely: "Sigu- ing tbe Declaration of "Surrender of and "Tbe Landing of the Pilgrims." To thu ton schools in Iowa doing the best work it will present a large American flag. Last year this eamo offer was made to Ihe states ot tieff York, aqd- Illi- nois and the results worq inoU on- coufaging. When thu work of sotting out-trees and shrubbery round your school houso lias cornploleJ, your teacher or one of the pupils is nsUed to write to your state superintendent of public instruction on account of the work done, together with any of interest concerning the im- provements made. At the end of the season these letters will be carefully examined by a committee, and the five hundred schools whose letters indicate the best work will each be sent -u set of historical pictures, and the ten schools th.a boat irorfc will bo presented with a large Ameri- can flag. Jennie Stilzer, have gained thirty-five pounds in two months. Nothing did me any good nutil I used Halllster's Rocky Mountain Tea." A blessing to sick- ly woman. J. G. Lovo's pharmacy. Who mareb from borne And tank tier likTlnn guds ehinco To ralw hit la Home. ilirtloz Ar tent Lan nlu boat tutuuul Jlurj And t'ut LimsoU la Tktn be to friend? nareli la, Until corns almost to Roms, thej ikol rest Then ni> Rpike Master Uontlus, Captain of liar "Ta ererj lackan on Jls iSialli coming nine or late. So bow can btttcr f Than Talcblac .Hair nUoakoUtiaOlaioa mil froat And TateMng brides Tlth Then Uajtor Laertas Lamm, A aenpper fina baa hs, 6aj "Ar skolstandlneou jnn back. Dvt not OD front, bj And old Hennlaim He bad Bar, "Aj sltol uklnelitle At So rent bli Matter Fonona corns to blc btlilga U? thfoo liuikrlamborjacki And know ho oraw too Bat Lkrt ho aat ban qrltter, 00 wad bout aailean man To talcing Jj Therxiil cotno back .While old Iloratiiu and liU Irleuib Ban ratclilnc bridge BO undo, Soruo aMotman on oiler sboro Ban tavlnE plantj wood. Al tal jv, nn dew boodlcrs nan to Mar down, Dar ant no bettor rorken ID wbole dam to wo I So Ten tbe brldgfl start Calllnfc Horatlos' fnndi ycmp hack. Antl skol ttand alonp, Ila bau brare Inmbarrack. be yumn (oto Tiber And aar, "Aj tkol STlm liomo 1" Dit Lac ban bow Uoral luu Skol turn irnde trick for Rome I -Will Klrlf, la Ullwankuft Sentinel Der itood on der Burning ileck, Tence all bud him bad Dud Ills lettlo dog was t till allh, Bad all der mi TM deadu Der down upon der Der doe loosed op at him, Und py der dog der por replied: "Sh.ll cod onld nnd "No. col" der l "I BannotCTlo a lick "Of dot'i der der poj agrre 1, "Perbapa ve'd pedder Btick I" Bat pj on pi a pig balloon Unto der rcscno came, Und dook der boy and dog arar Now a shame? Der moral TOD dlr tale Is ills Veo caught upon a wreck, Uf }uu gan't itlo, or flr, or float, Ynn'ro chusl on 1 HaUinuro jqa'ro baate I-0 bftren'i a dlmaf Qeltlng pour Isn't a crima; Put cm a bold front, work wllU all jour might, fourro sqra Ui via by IJocky Mountain I nlcbt. J, U. Loto> phirmioY. Qur diplomitca, usual, disagree. Those rfho arotibroad usfiure thft state dupnrtmont that there IB not likely lo ba a war botnoen Russia and Japan. Meanwhile both countries are buying largely of flour, beef, hay, canned good ammunition, and other sup- plies, and scouring the seaa for ships of war. Those who live in Washing- ton think the first blow of the Eastern war is onlya matter of weeks, per-" haps days. _ "en NEUVE. Is displayed by many d man during 'pams of accidental Wounds, Bruises, Borns, Scalds, Soip feet or Stiff joints But there's no need for jt. BuctlcD'a, Arnica Salvo will kill the pidn and ouro the tronblc. It's tho best salvo on eailh for Piles, too. 25c at all Patient Very III. Name.  vhich indi- cates cVoup, is usnilly well known to tho mothers of croqpy ohiMrcn. No time should be Joat in thu treut meat of it, and fur this purpose no medicine bus received more univers- al approval thini CliamberhiMi's Caugli Bumcdv- Do not waste valu- able time in experimenting with un- tried remedies, no matter how high- ly they may bo recommended, but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear. Fo? sale by 3. G. Love. Tho above engraving dooa not do justice to tho map. It must bo seen and uued to be appreciated. The only up to date Farmer) and Business men's Guide. Tho Imperial multi-colored map is designed "especially for the office and dome. It has complelo shippers guide and index, giving tbo names of postoBBces, money order and express offices, population, number of banks, if anyin n town, prepaid freight stations, names of express companies and railroads. State, World, and United State? Geography should be studied by everyone. You cannot keep iu touch with the daily events of the world without n rclirfblo reference map. Children should be taught their geography at homo as well as in school. Tbo best and most practical way to educate the whole family is to bave tbo Tribune's new Imperial Stnte Wall Mnp. On tho rercme mdo ia a correct map of the United States nnd Alaska; three useful reference aids for all classes of people. Be sure and say which state map is Minnesota, Wisconsin, North or South Dak. Address all orders lo THfi LIME SPRINGS SUN. Ayers statesmen in ch.Rlje o do nuf m in a slipshod A frcn ScmittiNO 10 YEARS U. V. Hare, Supt. Miami Cjclo Mfg Co., Middle-town, 0., suffered for ten wltL.dyjpeDsia He, spirit of dollars for incdi- cino and with doctors without rd ...u ____ ceiviujf any permanent benollt He of our H (fairs at says, "Uno night while fading ex- mean to proceed ceplionally bad I iibout to It la exoepUoaal'to" fltfd n family ttete Acre aft )iq doraesljo rqp- qceipiqnftlly, bat these can be by having Or. Ktng'a {Hils around. Munb trouble br Ibelr in Slotnaoh throw down cvfninx paper wbcn I saw an item In tlio papers regard- inK tha merits of Kodul Dyspop'slH Cure. I ronclnded to try )l and whilo 1 no faith In U I loll boHerpftHr-tpo second don? After minx two bottlas I utq stronger nnd better than I been ID years, and I rocomn.erid Kotlol For coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthms, weak throats, weak lungs, consumption, take Ayers Cherry Pectoral. Cherry Pectoral Always keep a bottle of it in i-ihe house. We have been saying this for 60 years, and so have the Doctors, for Lungs Payne, the fdpublican leader of tho hougu of rcprceeutntives, bluntly tails us' that whorcaa thoTleflcIt for the fiscal year ending lait June was it will probably increase! next wear to und the year after that to ,nnd more. Vcs; this in a gto.it country and hns often bnndlixl a doficit ten times ai largo._________'_____ A VRST POCKET DOCTOB. Never in the way, no trouble lo carry, to lukc, plcasni.t and never fulling arc DeWitt'o Litlle Enrly A phiof of these lilllo pills in the vest pocket is a certiiin guarantee against honducnp, torpid liver and nil cf the ilH ri'ftiiltlrii; from conHlIpatl Thev tpnic and tbe liver. Sold by 13 _M. Jnlinslon  efore I would dishonor my state and my party by assuming that they en- ertain different aeuticnonU." This s very pfbcky. Senator Bailey IB undeniably an able maa acd his resignation would make a bole in the senate whicb Texas, however, could fill. 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