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WUci .g Liniment Mustang Liniment Austang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
iu.'h v. u . -, 1 ui ti. llruir.
u ue fr over hlitjr yearn.
fur M&n, Lctutt or l'imlir.
lltt fur )lvrt ailment.
limbtri tip StltTJointa.
carca Frvatbitva and Chilblain.
Mustdng Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
iu:v Sprnlu anil Strain.
rurra Savin and Klngbone.
Leal Old Surra quickly.
IWmt fur Cattle ailment.
penetrate to the very bone.
licet thing fur a lame hurae.
MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN
Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment
iaa punitive rare for I'llra. ruri-i all furuia of Uhetinmtiam. curea Caked L dder in cowa. Beet for Sheep ailments, always gives satisfaction.
drives out all inflammation
Krvm tin1 i;'iitl'Mii.
Mrs. . C. Smith ami little son
came in from Table llnok Saturday to
visit licr sdsters. the Misses (idi'liry.
Charley llarrlsciii went to Omaha
last week to ina pt a position as book
keeper itli the linn of II. J. drove
Co., lumber dealer at Ileiisoii.
Mrs. Fate left Tuesday for Sum
merset. I'll , where she will visit with
relatives. She will also visit in Haiti
more mid Washington before her re
turn. Nlk'htwatehman 1 avis reports more
freight train tourists on the road now
than for a Iouk time. He says they
arc mostly well dressed men and oaly
stop here hot ween trains and mskc no
Hay I'ool took his departure on the
11 o'clock train Monday forenoon for
Kulutli, Minn., where he has secured
a position with u lumbering company
to work this summer in the pine woods
of the North Star state. A friend of
Ids from UoldrcKe accompanied Hay
and they will work together In the
woods fifty miles from Diiluth. Since
these younif men are taking a special
course In forestry at the University
this summer's work w ill he rlirlit In
I'aullne A. Horton. wife of W. J.
Ilorton, died Saturday morning, June
11, aned sixty-nine years, after a lln
Kerlnr illness In which she was a K'reat
Bufferer. The funeral was held at the
M. K. church In Wabash, Monday
morning. Ilcv. T. II. Worley In con
ducting the services was assisted by
Ilcv. Mr. Myers of Unadilla, and the
Kcv. Messrs. Lonacrc and Hentz.
Tho liody was brought to Weeping
Water where the Interment was made
in Oakwood cemetery In the after
W. A. Davis and wife and Mrs. Da
vis' mother, expect to leave next week
for Fort l'lerre, S. P., where they will
take up their residence on their home
steads. Mrs. lavls' sister and mother
both have claims cornering with that
of V. A.'s and they have had a house
.built In the shape of an L on one cor
tier of the three claims, so that they
can all reside in one house and yet
each can be on their respective claims.
Win. I a vis and a son and daughter
each have claims, making a total of
six (juartors in the family.
from tlie lit-nil J."
Wm. Stohlman's 13-year-old daugh
ter has been having quite a siege with
tonsil I tls.
Hon Sheldon, since moving out to
Custer county, has Invested in 160
acres of land, which we hear is a good
John Whiteman was in town Mon
day and Informed us that he was do
ing his best to keep the weeds down in
nh acres of corn. He says he has 30
acres of tine fall w heat and a peach
orchard of 100 trees that bid fair to tie
filled with fruit.
Oh Tuesday evening, June 17, Ilcv.
Moulton united in marriage at the
residence of M rs. Hohn, It. F. Rey
nolds of IVnver, Colorado, to Sarah
Jlenneger of Weeping Water. The
bride and groom expect to make their
home In Denver.
After listening to the gentle breezes
blow ing through his whiskers for thir
ty years, Mr. II. II. Mason concluded
to dislose his chin to the vulgar gaze
of the public, and la.st week put his
razor to work grubbing. He looked
all right when he wore them.
Have you made up your mind which
of those three l'lattsmouth attorneys
would look the best defending the In
terests of Cass county's cases in court?
They are keeping pretty Uiet now,
for there is lots of work on the farm,
and the com rows are long and hard
l'rof. W. T. Puncher, of I'hudron,
the newly elected superintendent of
our schools, has accepted the position.
To Judge from the many and good rec
ommends from the people of Chadron,
Mr. Toucher is going to please our peo
ple, and Prof. J. W. Crabtree also of
fers his recommend in glow ing terms.
Prof. L. 15. King, although elected
for another year to teach in the acad
emy, at an increase In salary, has con
ciuuea to teach nearer his home lu
Chicago, where he goes next week,
and after a visit with the folks will go
on to Massachusetts. Mr. King is a
splendid Instructor and Is well liked
by the students.
Painting, decorating and sign writ
ing. Work guaranteed. Leave orders
at Frlcke's drug store.
Kruiii ti- u-.iim f -K'-ti"
The I'ass count v Sunihi.v school ion-
ventlon will he In hi at Klmwnoi) next
year, some time in Jui.e.
The latest tiling talked of In Klm-
wooii is a billiard elub. niblii t that
bu'st your suspender buttons!
Ir. J. M. Neely went to St. I.oiiis
Monday evening fci a visit of a week
or ten days at the exposition.
F. l Yooihees has a linger badly In
fected with blood polsouii g caused
from get tint! it cut on a piece of
K. K. Sams, supei Intcrdent of tlic
schools at Stuart, Iowa, and family,
are visiting at the S. Sams home,
northwest of town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sams have Is
sued invitations (or the marriage of
their daughter, Nellie, to Hev. W. II.
Shoaf, of Columbia Falls, Mont. The
happy event will take place Wednes
day, June '21.
A special ttaln left Elmwood Tues
day evening for South Omaha with
eight cars (120 head) of cattle for T.
II. Cromwell and two cars of hogs for
J. F. Hoover. Tom had one steer that
weighed 2000 pounds, and Hoover had
a hog that weighed fino pounds. They
should have saved them for the barbe
cue. Han Fentlman struck a tine market
at Omaha last week. The twenty-six
head of steers that lie commenced
feeding the tlrst of last Iecember
netted him something over 11,700.
Ian says It was the best market he
ever struck, and that It made him
over 50 cents cents a bushel for the
corn he fed. When It comes to feed
ing stock, Ian Is right there with the
F. G. FrlcHc & Co.
ask the readersof this paper to test the
value of Kodol Dvspepsla Cure. Those
persons who have used Hand who have
been cured by It, do not hesitate to re
commend it to their friends. Kodol
digests what you eat, cu-cs Indiges
tion, dyspepsia and al 1 stomach troubles
Increases strength by enabling the
stomach and digestive organs to con
tribute to the blood all of the nutri
ment contained In the food. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palata
From the He noon.
Dr. Townsend reports the birth of a
pair of twins, a ooy and a girl, to Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hardy, on Monday,1
Mrs. A. Prouty, living near Alvo,
died Monday morning, June 13, aged
ftfl years. The funeral was held at 2
p. m , on Tuesday, at Alvo.
While Mr. Durbln was driving his
newly purchased running ponies home
from town Wednesday they were
frightened by a dog and ran away. No
Joe Itarrctt, who lost his barn sever
al weeks ago by tire, commenced this
week to rebuild. The new barn will
be 2iix3ti with 14 foot posts. Jacob
Hursh has the contract.
Wednesday Chas. Rentier sold Ills
restaurant to Jasper Kads, who took
possession at once. Mr. and Mrs.
Rentier have moved into their own
property west of the south German
While playing out at his grand
father's Tuesday afternoon Morris,
the little son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Hahr fell down the stairway. He was
considerable bruised but no bones
lev. Jackson was called to Alvo
Sunday to conduct the funeral services
of Mrs. Stewart who died Friday. The
remains were laid to rest In the Kim-
wood cemetery. Mrs. Stewart wasii."
years of age. She leaves three chil
dren. Last Monday P. F. Venner sold his
stock of drugs to .1. J. Reitter. who
took possession Wednesday. Mr.
Ueitter formerly owned the stock, so
It is not anew venture for him. Mr.
Venner will continue in the barber
business. .1. c. Rrown, who has had
charge of the store for the past two
years will remain in charge and will
conduct the business for Mr. Reitter.
An Alarm Clock for 25c.
If you want to get up early and feel
good all day take a Little Karly Riser
or two at bed time. These famous
little pills relax the nerves, give quiet
rest and refreshing sleep, with a gen
tie movement of the bowels aUiut
breakfast time. W. II. Howell, Houv
ton, Tex., says, "Early Risers are the
host phi made for constipation, sick
headache, biliousness, etc."' Sold by
P. U. Frlcke & Co.
't"tu lli- KiiiWtcr.
M.(i. Kline sold a bunch of cattle
to Speatman tl e tiist of the week. i
Ion, to Mr. and Miv Clarence
Murray, Wedm-cday, June 15, 1H04, a
Al Ilughey and family of Nebraska'
City were visiting at the home of Mr
and Mrs. F. P. Sheldon last week and
called on friends.
Miss Anna Davis of Weeping Water,
wlnle in 1 1 it village Tuesday. Hied her
application with the school board for
a position as teacher in the Neliawka
schools next term.
y ult e an excit ing stir was occasioned
In our town Friday night, when the
announcement was made by telephone
that a man had been cornered in Fre
mont resembling the patty whom sus
picion linked together as the one who
stole L. W. Ingwersen's and II. P.
Sturm's teams. Mr. Ingerwen went
to Fremont Saturday to Identify the
person but was disappointed. He re
turned Monday and said that it was
not the party. However he Del j out
hopes of eventually running the ras
"Crazy man!" was the exclamation
heard in Neliawka Saturday. Tele
phone messages were sent In from sev
eral rural liners that assistance was
needed to capture a crazy man who
was circulating out in the farming
districts. At one place lie went into
a kitchen and asked for something to
eat, saying he was a detective. Going
.over to Will Davis, who lives about
four miles from here he asked for
work. Will noticed the glassy stare
from his eyes and humored him to the
extent that he actually went to work.
In the meantime Will notified Forrest
Cunningham to bring a man out with
him and take the unfortunate fellow
in charge. Forrest secured the ser
vices of O. E. Wampler.and went to
Mr. Davis' home. They had no trou
ble in convincing the poor fellow that
they were cattle men and wanted him
to go to Omaha. He accepted their
oiler and they brought him to Neliaw
ka a few minutes before the Lincoln
train departed. While here the un
fortunate man seemed harmless and
talked to the crowd In a rational man
ner. He was carried back to the state
asylum, from where he had made his
escape some time previous, and was
wandering around the country look
ing for work. We learned that his
name was y. 11. Ferguson.
For a Hundrtd Years.
For a hundred years or more'Witch
Hazel has been recognized as a superior
remedy, but it remained for E. C. Pe
Witt & Co. of Chicago, to discover how
to combine the virtues of Witch Hazel
with other antiseptics in the form of
salve. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is
the best salve in the world for sores,
cuts, burns, bruises and piles. The
high standing of this salve has given
rise to counterfeits, and the public is
advised to look for the name "DeWitt"
on the package, and accept no other.
Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
From the Knu-rprlse.
The saloon has again been knocked
out in the district court. This Is the
second decision against the Green
wood saloon by Judge .lessen.
Miss Welsh, who has been In Pasa
dena California, during the winter
months, is here visiting her sister,
Mrs. Dan Kelley. Miss Welsh will re
main here all summer.
John MetTord returned today from
Kansas where he has been for the past
Fifty Years the Standard
Ifflprovii thi flavor md adds to
tno hialthfutnist of tho food.
PNIOI BAKINQ POWOIH OO.
week, lie reports that Mrs. J. P.
Rouse who has not been expected to
live for some time, is still very low.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nichols enter
tained about twenty-rive friends at
their beautiful hom- in the south-east
part of town Saturday night. Pro
gressive flinch was the leading amuse
neut of the evening. Wm. Arm
strong carried oil the first prize.
Mrs. .1 S. Lvtle enieitaiiK-d atmiit
thirty-five member of the Daughters
of the Revolution from Lincoln and
Alvo, at her home in the east part of
town today. The house was tastily
decorated with the national colors. A
dinner was served and the day spent
Prof, and Mrs. II. H. Rronson left
last Friday for Sedalia, Mo., where
they were called by a telegram an
nouncing the death of .a brother of
Mrs. Rronson. His death was caused
by the bite of a rattle snake. They
will be absent two or three months.
Mr. Albert P. Welton and Miss
Rlanche Meeker were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride Satur
day evening at 5 o'clock by Rev. T. F.
Fowler. They left the same evening
for a trip through the north and will
probably lie gone during the summer.
The bride and groom are well and fa
vorably known here.
Can't you see that Greenwood is
moving to the front and the majority
of our citlz.cns are working for Its bet
terment? If you can't do a good deed
for the town, keep quiet when the
other fellow Is tearing his shirt trying
to build up your interests as well as
his own. Lord pity the growler who
is too narrow-minded to see good In
Sued By His Doctor.
"A doctor here has sued me for 112.50
which I claimed was excessive for a
case of cholera morbus,"says R. White
of Caochella, Cal. "At the trial he
praised his medical skill and medicine.
I asked him If it was not Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea he used,
as I had good reason to believe it was,
and he would not say under oath that
it was not." No doctor could use a
better remedy than this in a case of
cholera morbus; it never fails. Sold by
From the Courier.
Miss Minnie Lchnhou of College
Hill entertained a few friends Wednes
day In honor of Mrs. A. L. Eckstein.
G. II. Wood and wife left Monday
for a ten days' visit in Illinois. They
will also visit the world's fair before
Mr. and Mrs. George Jung left Tues
day for St. Louis, where they will take
in the fair and visit relatives. They
expect to be gone several weeks.
"Sandy' McNealy is now pronounced
free from small pox and will be re
leased from quarantine this (Friday)
evening after belne thoroughly disin
fected. John A. Helvie and Miss Addie M.
Hunt, both of this place, were mar
ried at the Methodist parsonage on
Wednesday evening, by Rev. Chad
wick. Immediately after the cere
mony a reception and supper was
served at the bride's home. The Cour
ier extends congratulations.
Dr. Allison came down from Omaha
Monday evening, and assisted by Drs
Thomas and Worthmau, amputated
Mr. A. E. Stander's limb which was
fractured Lust week, mention of which
was made in the Courier. Dr. Allison
complimented the local physicians on
the method In which they had treated
the case, but expressed grave fears as
to the probable outcome owing to her
advanced age. The limb was ampu
tated just above the knee. At time
of going to press she Is reported as
resl Ing somewhat easier.
P. A. Jaeohson returned last Satur
day from Rockforn, 111., where he went
to attend a meeting of the Swedish
Fiee church officials who met for the
purpose of deciding on a location for a
college for the education of Swedish
ministers in the west. Mr. Jaeohson
son was there w ith the object of locat
ing the school at Louisville, in the
large stone house on the larmele farm
east of town. He stated that the Ne
braska delegation was unanimously In
favor of Louisville, but that the east
ern people were oppored to bringing
the school so far west, and the matter
was laid over until a later date.
Linseed oil, raw, 45c per gallon.
Linseed oil, boiled, 4.V per gallon.
Carter's w hite lcad.fi'.W per loo lbs.
Southern w hite lead, lii.W per 100 lbs.
Patton'sSun Proof paint. 1. 75 per
gallon: 5 gallons or more, tl.oo pergal
Turpentine, 75c per gallon.
Gkvinq & Co., Druggists.
4? 'JjtJ,-'" '
F.G. Fricke & Co
The Reliable Store
You should not fail to take advantage of our magnifi
cent special offers. Our guarantee of satisfaction makes
you perfectly sure of getting just what you want or receiv
ing your money back.
Get In At Once On The
Great SWEET SER-PEMBROOK STOCK sale.
The goods are moving fast and these prices will make them
go faster. Improve your opportunity at once.
80-lDch fins percales, all color 5c
ItabUek and white Seovch gtngbam 5c
12io me reamed Mteen, dark...... 5c
Apron check einghami.,... 5c
15c printed btit, fatt colort 5c
25c iotted twlwet. He
I5c Oxford ihlrt waist uUlnfg....7tc
lPc fine hlrting percale 7k
60c grecadinei, fine styles 10c
60c mercerized French gingham. . . .10c
8!c Imported madras lOe
30c Imported piques lOc
25c Irish dimities lOc
25c Trench organdies and batistes.. 10c
30c check Oxford suitings 10c
2!c cotton voiles i(V
75c all wool chollles 25c
11.00 brllllantlne ..4.(c
8!c black brllllantme 25c
Great Couch Sale
A car lofd of couches just received which we secured
at a great bargain and are going to give our customers the
Think of It!
A neat couch 27 Inches wide 74 Inches
good value at Ujm. During this
IU.50 Velour Couchw 301nches wide
value you ever saw at
125. 00 Leather Couches 3 inches wide
Leather Couches 30 inches wide 7-J inches lona .A. ftft
sale price...- $25.00
Our FURNITURE DEPARTMENT is the most com
plete and our prices the lowest of any in the west.
Write for prices on anything. We will save you
16th and Dodge Streets.
WHOLESALE SUPPLY HOUSE cNt 0MAHA
In suitings, trouserings and for
overcoats are now to be seen in all
the latest novelties from English,
Scotch and American manufactu
rers. We will make your Spring
overcoat or suit in the best and
swellest style and of artistic ele
gance nt a reasonable price.
Fifth and Main Sts. Upstairs
Yoo Will Uti
DIG DROP IN PRICES IN OUR
TABLE LINEN AND DOMESTIC
15 yards bleached muslin, regular
selling prioe 6o yard. We will sell
15 yards for 11.00
Utica mills ready-made sheets, with
out seam, lorn, not cut, with wide hem
31xM), sold everywhere at 85c, our
price G2fc each.
Lirje mercerized lunch cloths and
stand covf, regular 11.00 value, go
at 39c each
Fringed napkins, largo size, colored
borders, a big bargain at 75o, on Kale
at 3ic dozen.
English long eloth, regular 12o val
ue, 12 yards for t1o
White dress poods and wairtings,
such as India linons, lawns, check
nainsook, dimities, eVu, 5c "ic and 10c.
lout, upholstered In velour
sale ....... CI0U,
7S inches long the greatctft
7s inches Ion
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