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About The Loup City northwestern. (Loup City, Neb.) 189?-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1900)
I. S. SHEPPARD, Jeweler and Optician, Loup City, Neb.
Dr. Romine, the dentist.
Draft stalion at the Hound Front
l’uie fruit juice drinks at—Mrs. Steil
Mrs. E. M. Woods has been very sick
for the past week.
Geo, Toe key left for Oklahoma with
his family last Thursday.
Threo inches of rain fell in Sherman
county last Sunday night.
David Depcw has been assisting bis
brother James in the shop of late.
Mrs. B. T. Snyder left for Colorado
Wednesday to visit her daughter.
Mrs. O. II. Oibson returned home
Saturday last from a visit to Iowa.
Mra. Cowper left for Dcadwood yes
terday morning to join her husband.
Mrs Waite of Hayes Creek Is visit
ing friends and relatives here this week.
Write Hayden Bros. Omaha Whole
sale Supply House for prices and samp
A letter from Robt. Young says the
boys who left here with him have all
secured a situation.
Ashley Conger went to Omaha yester
day morning where ho expects to lo
cate for the presem.
DeWltt'a Early Risers are famous lit
tle pills for liver and bowel troubles.
Never gripe.—Odendahl Bros.
Lew Haller subscribed to our confes
sion of faith and will hereafter have
our Sanscrit on his center table.
Lewis Haller is putting down a well
for James Depew in front of his black
smith shop for watering purposes.
Miss Sadie Pedler went to Sargent
last Thursday evening to visit her friend
Miss Sadie Austin, returning Saturday.
There are no better pills made than
DeWitt’s Llttc Etrly Kisers. Always
prompt and certain —Odendah. Bros.
W. G. McNulty and family left for
Athol Kansas last Thursday where W.
G. expects to put in a season threshing
Kev. A L. Zimmerman has the frame
of liis new building up and expects to
have it ready for occupancy in the early
When you want bargains in the line
of Jewelry don’t fail to call on O. II
Morgan. He carries the finest line in
the Loup Valley.
If you want your watch nut in good
repair by the only first class workman
in the county call on G. H. Mou<iAN,tbe
Prof. A. P. Culley has again made
good his reputation as a weather proph
et by foretelling the heavy rain of July
15, ten days before it came.
35c, 35c, not 25, not 50c, cts, the price
of Rocky Mountain Tea the world over.
None genuine, unless made by the Madi
son Medisori Co. Ask your Druggist.
Wesley Pedler was up from Hastings
Tuesday on business. Wes. thinks of
again taking up bis residence among
us which his many friends will be glad
Mrs, O. E. Weil of Grand Island and
sister of Mrs. John Oblsen is in the city.
She came up last week to care for Mrs.
Ohlscns children during her absence at
Mrs. Henry, daughter cf Mr. W. II.
Knapp of Davis Creek, who has been
visiting with her parents for several
weeks, returned to her home iu Central
City, last Saturday. %
»u« milt! gtrr ui August MOil 01 Ulik
Creek, we are informed, received a very
severe kick from a horse the first part
of the week and for a while her life was
despaired of, but later advice is to the
effect that there is some hopes.
Mrs John Ohlsen who has been at
the tirand Island hospital for two weeks
past for medical treatment is reported
no better and has beeu compelled to
submit to a surgical operation
The lloosier picnic w ill be held at
Langs grove -J miles north west of
Litchfield, on August 15 next all native
lloosiers are requested to put in an
appearance or engender the displeasure
of the chief Hoo-Hoosier.
Col. K. 1*. Savage of Sargent, and
Republican candidate for Lieutenant
(iovernor wa* in the citv last Tuesday
and made this otllce u friendly call. He
reports having been over a portion of
the western part of the atate and that
the prospects for Republican success
this fall Is good
The law holds both maser and circu
lator of a counterfeit equally guilty
i he dealer who sell* you a dangerous
counterfeit of f»eWitt’s Hitch Ha/el
Halve risks your life to make a Hide
larger profit, You can not trust him
|h* W itt s is the only gcnulue and orlg
Inal Witch Hare) Halve, « w«|| known
cure for pile* and all akin dl****e* Her
that your dealer give* you l>eH'itt»
Halve.- t Mendahl tiro*.
There i* no long*r any doubt about
Sherman county basing * good corn
«rop The three Ko be, of ra n which
fell tael Huad*y night and Monday m»r
Ming has pul everything l< * thrisli g
condition There r* probably more corn
planted In lb* iouni« loan baa ever keen
before Home few Held* are In roasting
ear# and ail of the early minting will be
Mt a «eek nr ten day * prom every ill
faction come* the reto rt that * I com la
looking toe and «ith a few more rata*
|| will mas a a big crop H tin light
•bower* see aiil a««* plenty of feed and
With good rain* we « I base p enis of
(•eel and plenty fur the market.
Hoeckuer the fashionable tailor.
Millet and other field seeds for by T.
Miss Fannie Ford returned h me from
Wyoming last Friday.
I will serve ice cream every Sunday.—
Mrs. M. E Stku.macIikr.
Orange and cherry fruit juice by pint
or quart at—Mrs Stcllmachers.
D. L. Adamson has bten spreading
paint for Fritz liickel the past week.
Walter Moon is doing the carpenter
work on Rev. Zimmerman’s new bouse
Mrs. Daisy Uowper came home Thurs
day evening for a short visit with her
Win. Jeffries of Ashton was in at
tendance at the funeral of J. F. Simp
Report comes from the country of
several fires started by the lightning
in dry grass last week.
“There is many a slip between the
cup and the lip” So Sheppard our wide
a wake Jeweler says.
S. F. Reynolds, C. M. Smith andG. II.
Gibson made a trip to Sargent Thurs
day last returning Friday morning.
One Minute Cough Cure is the only
harmless remedy that produces imme
diate results. Try it. Odendabl ltros
Mr. Unger of Danyille, 111., and a First
cousin of the late J. F. Simpson came
in on the 4 o'clook train Tuesday arriv
ing an hour after the funeral.
It stands alone, it towers above.
There’s no other, its nature’s wonder,
a wanning poultice to the beartof man
kind. Such is Rocky Mountain Tea.
J5e. Ask your druggist.
For burns, Injuries, piles and skin
diseases use DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
Salve. It is the original. Counterfeits
may be offorcd. Use only DeWitt'a.—
A letter from Adam Schaupp gives
his friends but little encouragement.
He virtually says be is not receiving
any benefit from his treatment so far.
Wilbur and Willis Waite will tele
brale their 30th birth day next Sunday
by bolding a family gathering at the
home of Mrs. Willis Waite's parents'
Mr. and Mrs. D. C, Grow.
John W. Long showed us a line sam
ple of wheat taken from his farm on
Oak Creek that was of a qualify equal
to any we have ever seen in the country
and John says it will go 12 bushels to
Sheppard the Jeweler wishes to slate
to the public that be Is still in business
on the corner, where be intends to stay.
Take your Watr hes, Clocks and Jewel
ry repairing to him. Work will be de
livered same day as left.
A house and barn belonging to Mrs.
George Brown, of Arcadia, and who is
now runniog a boarding bouse at Cen
tral City, was burned to the ground on
last Sunday night. The origin of the
tire is a mystery but some Arcadiaites
smile and wink out of the north east
corner of their eye when intcrogated.
While Mr. M. II. Smith was passing
through the yard of W G. Odendabl
last Friday he had to pass near the ken
nel where Mr. Odendahl's bird Jog was
chained. As he approached near
enough the dog sprang upon him, lacer
ating his arm making a painful wound
in the fore arm, and refusing to let go
until Mrs. C. J Odendabl came to his
assistance and w hen the brute was forc
ed to relenquUh his hold on the arm he
made a vicious attempt to grab Mr.
Smiths leg auJ although not doing
much damage to the limb tore the pants
MARRIED Ritz—Heins Mr.’Jaeob
Rltz and Miss Adelhald Heintz were
united in marriage at the German
lutheran Church near Ashton last Fri
FIREMEN’S TOURNAMENT AT
What promises to be the most success
ful lire men's tournament ever held In
Nebraska opens at York, Tuesday, July
24 and closes July 20 A- its contribu
tion to the success of the tournament,
the Burlington Route has made a rate
of one fare for the round trip to York
from all points in the stale. Tickets
will he on sale July 2d, 34 and 35.
EPWORTII LEAGUE ASSEMBLY.
Lincoln, August ID
Encouraged by the phenomenal suc
cess of three previous sessions, the man
agement of the Nebraska Kpwortb
League Assembly has arranged a pro
gram for the 1000 meeting, of which
• hey may well lie proud It Is brlelved
tliai In \artety, | iterest and real worth.
It surpasses anything of Its kind ever
placed before the people of Nebraska
SI MMKK OI TING8
PKIN'IIaL WESTERN HKHORrH
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•ad August 3. Final Ueiuratk
toper <4 lies'. || J,Cttptua, Af•
At I 00 o’clock p. ra. of Saturday July
14, 1900., Bt his hoarding house in Cen
tral City, Nebraska J. F. Simpson de
parted this life. At 13 m, a telegram
was received here asking that his two
children be sent to him at once as he
was very sick and in a very short time a
second one was received announcing
his death, The intelligence was a great
shock to this community. Frank, as
we all called him, was a general favor
ite in this place, a kind word and a
smile was his characteristic, his kind
heart always throbbing for the worthy
poor and bis purse was in his hand when
gaunt necessity was abroad. He came
to Loup City early in '79 and made this
his borne for long years. He went from
here to Pennsylvania and married the
girl of his choice some 15 years ago, re
turning with her they settled down to
housekeeping. Two children, Willie
now about 14 and Anna past 13, were
born to them Th -y afterward moved
back to Penna., returning again to Dan
ville, 111., where Mrs. Simpson died a
few years ago, after which he brought
the two children back to Loup City,
saying that our people were the best he
had ever met and he desired to raise
them here. Joseph Pedler 1) C.
Grow of this place and J. W. Landers
of Arcadia, bosom friends of the deceas
ed hurried to Central City upon the
receipt ot the telegram and had the body
prepared and shipped here where upon
its arrival it was taken in charge by
tho Masons and K P's and on Tuesday
July 17, 1900 »i 3 p m. was laid to rest
in Evergreen cemetery. It«v. W. E.
Matthews preached a very appropriate
and touching sermon from the 13, chapt.
of II Corinthian®, and tin* Mesonic fra
ternito performed their burial ceremo
ny at the grave He was 4!) years old
and a native of Pennsylvania. lie died
from inrtaination of tlie bowels and was
sick but 5 days. The sympathy of the
community goes out to the children.
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it has been demonstrated by expe
rience that consumption can be prevent
ed by the early use of One Minute
Cough Cure. This is the favorite re
inedy for cough®, colds, croup, asthma,
grippe and all throat and lung troubles.
Cures quickly.— O ienJabl Bros.
“We have sold many different cough
remedies, but none has given better
satisfaction than Chamberlain's,'’ says
Mr. Charles llolzbauer, Druggist, New
ark, N. J “It is perfectly safe and can
be relied upon in all cases of coughs,
colds or horseness. For sale by Oden
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Ituckleii’rt Amir a Salve.
Has world-wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve, lo
tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,
Burns, Bofles, Sores, Felons, Ulcers,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chap
ped Hands, Skin Eruptions; Infallible
for Pile®. Cure guaranteed. Only i5c
at Odendahl Bros.
THE GREAT SHOW.
Not only have the newspap rsof N. Y
city recently and again emphasized the
fact, but it is known throughout the
breadth of the land, as well, that the
Adam Forpaugh and Sells Brothers’
great consolidated shows, which are to
exhibit at Grand Island, on Thursday,
August 2, far surpasses any other sitn
alcr organization in the number of
wild beasts, amphibia, elephants, horses
peforming animal®, riders, aeriai
ists, acrobats, clowns, leapers, chariot
eers, jockeys, great artists and glorious
acts, and in the quantity and quality of
entertainment furnished for the ordi
nary price of admission Among the
most notable new prodigies introduced
will be found Hassan Ali, the Egyptian
giant, said to be the tallest man on earth
and for tin'past two years a big feat
ure with tiie Itarnum and Hailey show
in London and Great Britain. The
number of principal male and female
bareback riders has been increased to
nineteen, that of the clowns, to twenty
live, and in the aerial and acrobatic de
partments the additions are proportion
ately large and brilliant. The grand
double street parade has been made
still more richly and uuupiely attract
ivc, and In every direction still greater
eff ort has been made and greater outlay
incurred to more than meet the popular
demand for cheap, wholesome, stirring
and hilarious entertainment
is II HittHT
for ao f.dlior lo Kseotuend I'atMii
ifrtjtti Sylvan Valley N>»- Brevard N <’
It may be a >ju4«tlon whether the ed
itor of a newspaper ha* the right to
publicly recottioicnd any of the t tis>a>
I proprietary medicine* which flood the
; market, yet a« a preventative of •niter
1 lug we (eel it a duly to say a good
word for t liaintierlatn'a t'olie, < holera
and I'utrhoea Itemed? He have known
1 and used this medicine In our family
| for twenty yeate and have always found
J It reliable In man? rases a d<*e of
I this remedy would «sve hours of suffer
i log while a physician la await' I We
i do n»t blleve In ilependtng Implicitly
o.t any uo In tne for a cure, but we do
■ •eiteve that If a bottle wf t htmiwrlain »
I |ttarrh«>ea Hon'dy were kepi on hewd
and administered at th* inception of an
attack muc h »ull*rlug nogh*
j ed and In very many ernes the ynwtm
) of a phystvtan woubl not lw re to I red
%l least ib s has **•«« w»r eapertence
j luting th* past I want y years fur sate
by V* lerohshi Hrtsa
AT THE M E. ('ll Hi H
Rev. M. S. Koutoh. of Ravenna will preach
on Wiggle Creek on Saturday evening July -1st
He will also preach at the M E. Church In
Loup City Sunday. July £.’n(l, both morning
and evening at 10:30 and H:0l» anil on Oak Creek
at 3:U0oeloek In the afternoon. The Epworih
League choir will have a song service for one
half hour before the preaching service A cor
dial Invitation is extended to all.
W. E. Matthews, Pastor.
AT PIIKHIIYTBRI AN II ALL.
Rev. Graves, of Slieltoa Neb. will preach
at Peterson's nail, Sunday, July Sod, 1900,
at 10:30 A If. also at Austin and Rockville.
All are cordially lavlted to attend.
A CENSUS ENUMERATOR'S
To Tna Northwestern:—A continuous ride
of 22 days, a visit to every home and farm, u
word, u shake and a nod to every man, woman
and child in Rockville Township Is the only
way I cun Intellgcntlv express the pleasures
and possibilities of a census enumerator, and
thinking your readers would accept a few
thoughts treasured while swinging round the
township, I herewith Jot them down. I want
to thank all for the kind and cordial rescep
tlon accorded me, for their interest In my work
and appreciate their help to me In completing
ihe census of Rockville township.
Ten years has elapsed since t uklng the elev
enth census, many chungci have tuken place
In that short time. Ten years ago seven-tenths
of the people of Rockville township lived in
dug-outs and sod houses, but few frames were
found and orchards and groves were few and
far betwc n. roads meandered and serpentined
here and there as the convenience of the far
mer and traveler would dictate. To day In
place of dug-outs, sods and holes for bouses u
large percent of them have built good substan
tial frame houses of brick and lumber. They
have come up out of the sloughs an 1 draws and
placed this building on cites well elevated and
beautiful groves orchards sad lawns surround
many of them Roads are on sectlou lines and
about V of the township is under fence Those
that are yet in their sn.l houses are encouraged
and a few good crops at present prices will en
able them to Improve their farms and homes.
The most notable feature of thrift aid prosper
ity are the many large and comfortable hums
well painted und some of them supplied
by pipe line. 1 would like to write up 50 of the
best Improved farms in the township but time
and spare will not permit. The per cent of the
several nalionalltlee of Rockville township
can be expressed as follows: About four-tenth
Polish, three-tenth Danes and Swedes, the
balance Germans und Americans about equal
ly divided. I found one Dap one Fin und one
Norwegian. Our Polish citizens to a unit are
good substantial farmers: are more inclined to
accumulating property than to beautifying
their homes, although many have tine farms
and brick dwellings with handsome surround
ings, they are lovers of good horses and most
of them have them. The Danes and Swccdes
are bard workers, model farmers, frugal livers
generoup and hospitable to a fault; are lovers
of good horses fine large and commodious barns
and line homes. They take pride in surround
ing their homes with trees, flowers and shrub
ry are friends of edueutlon and the schools.
Of the German I need say but little They have
surely and steadily gained and made a reputa
tion as farmers, merchants and all other voca
tions decreed to man to master that they and
the American people can well he proud of. and
I can only add that they are holding their
own in Rockville township As I passed from
farm to farm I was pleased to note with few
exceptions, clean and neat houses, a kind and
hospitable feeling toward strangers, egar to
talk about their condition, their prospects and
their future possibilities. Every hotly seemed
to have plenty to eat and wear, heard no cala
mity howls about hard times and no money.
All seemed cheerful of the low priced Imports
and the high priced products of the farm.
My official duties restrained me from Inter
viewing these people politically, but I could
not but understand that a change bark to
Cleveland. Kelly a»d Coxey s fond old Demo
cratic days would not tie welcomed, and if
straws show which way the wind blows. I am
constrained to conclude that force of habit
and a heavy laying on of the party lash com
pels them to vote for Hryan. Hut the twinkle
of their eye denotes that their ernest and heart
felt prayer Is No Change, Oh Lord Ne Change.
E. G. PdlOB.
While Dr. Howard and Fred Wlckman were
hunting .Sunday their team ran away turning
the buggy upaidedown and throwing the occu
pants out. They escaped. however, without
Injury but Frsd a shot gun was badly broken
The buggy looked llks a Spanish gun boat
after the battle at Manilla bay
Alex Johnson has left Ashton and is now
studying telegraphy under Lee Arthur at
A nice rain fell here Sunday night and
Monday morning, ami now tho corn crop Is
a sure thing if there Is nut so much hot
John Smith treated the school house to a
coat or two of pamt last week.
J l’ Taylor anil C. Y Heushausen. dele
gates from Ashton attended the pop stale
convention at Lincoln lust Wednesday
Mr Juke licist anil Miss Addle Heins were
married at the ti -me of the brides parents
last k riday
Whilecutuag grain last Saturday the homes
rnn aw.ty from John Scnlieck They ran Into n .
grove of tree and ruined n n< t tdn-ler
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llepulillian County Convention Call
The Republican electors of Sherman
county, Nebraska are r«n|iiesled to aend
dell-gales from their respective tow nships
to meet In couveiillon at l.onp City, Neb
Wk.MMKalkAV.AI U IHb. M AT It I' M.
for the purpose of nomiuatiug the fol
lowing named oiflcare
i ouaty attorney, rug aiierintn rouuty.
Kept «s«n tat |ye mm ••
kiHi to elect one set of da egatea to at
land the Ha publican senatorial convent loa
for this the la senatorial district uf Msh
rusks,-place and date not yet flted.i and
to trausuet such other business as may
propaily and -awfully come before said
The savers! townships ale -Milled lu
istucssklsiluN a* fb.lowe The apportion,
no m being I-as-i«l upon I he vote east for
Iton Mo-see V hmsaid la l-wm, givlag eneb
t..wwsii-p one dt- -gal* at large and
one lei «»ny Is-, cotes twl Itavliun
• nth ■ reeh t Moehviltg t
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It h lyniwanstei lh*t I he prints ties on
let 4 ten Saturday, Awsuet it,
hy i iar u* li.e HtysMscs i ssiy i m
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T. M. REEDSo
W J. FISHER,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Will Defend In Foreclosure Cases.
ALSO DO A
General Real Estate Business.
Office Id Nokthwimtchm Building,
LOUF CITF, NKUUA1KA
R. J. NIGHTINGALE,
LOIJP OITT. I l NX*.
A- S- MAIN.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
LOUP CITY, - - NEBRASKA.
OFFICE.—One door east of Otisse'a
W. L. MARCY,
OFFICE ON EAST HIDE PUCLIC SQKAIIF,
Lour CITY, NEIL
J. E. INKS,
Fipst Class Work Guaranteed
LOUP CITY, • - - NEB.
It Savml Ills Leg
l* A . Danforlh of LaOrange, Ga , suf
fered for six months with a frightful
running sore ou his leg; but writes that
Bucklin'* Arnica Salve wholly cured it
In live days For Ulcers, Wound*. I’iles,
its the 'oest salve in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25 cts. Sold bv
♦ • ♦
Spent a t.ooil Farm Doctoring.
Mr A. N. Noall of A«herville, Has.,
says be spent a good farm doctoring
himself for chronic diarrhoea but got
no relief and was afraid that he must
die. He chanced to get hold of a bottle
of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured by it.
For sale by Odendahl Bros.
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After many intricate experiments,
scientists have discovered methods for
obtaining all the natural digestants.
These baye been combined in the pro
portion found in the human body and
united with substances that build up
the digestive organs, making a com
pound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
digests what you eat and allows all dys
peptics to eat plenty of nourishing ford
while the stomach troubles are being
radically cured by the medicinal agents
it contains. It is pleasant to tako and
will give quick relief—Odendahl Bros.
A gentleman recently cured of dys
pepsia gave the following appropriate
rendering of Burns' famous blessing;
•'Some have meat and eau not cat, and
some haye none that. want It; but we
have meat ana we can eat Kodol liys
pepsia Cure he thanked. “ This prepar
ation will digest what you eat. It In
stantly relieves and radically cure* In
digestion and all stomach disorders.—
• • •
While Sian Turneil Ye,low
(in-at consternation was felt by the
friend* of M A.llogarty of l.exlngton,
hy . when th*y saw he was turning yel
low Ills »kin slowly changed color, al
so hi* eyes, and he sutlered terribly
III* malady was Yellow Jaundice, lie
was treated by the doctors, but without
betirtii. I lo ll he was advi«ed to try
' ledilc Hitters, the wonderful -*unu
ach aiol l.lvrr remedy , and tie write*:
"Alter taking two bottle* I was
wkvlh cored " A trial proves Its match
|e*a merit for all Hiomach l.tver and
Kidney double* Only ky, Hold by
O leudahl Bros.
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now until January I. I>«'l. fur M cnnls
This la the biggest offer of reading mat
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In four Quarter and you'll gel the paper
all through ih* remainder of ihia year
t idies* t he wtal* Journal at I laeoln.
LOUP CITY, NKBR.
St. Joseph, Salt Lake City.
Kansas City, Portland,
St. Louis, San Francisco,
anil all points and all points
East and South. West. f
TRAINS LEAVE AH FOLLOWS.
No. 62 Passenger.7:86 a. m
No W) Freight .12.50 p. m.
No. M Pnnsengcr.4:15 p. m.
No. 59 Freight.I2i50a. ni.
Sleeping, dinner anil reclining chair car*
(scats free) on through train*. Ticket*
sold and baggage checked to any point In
the United Statu* or Canada. t
For Information, inups, time table* and
ticket* call on or write to It. L Arthur
Agent. Or J. FitANCIh, Gen'I. Passenger
Agent, Omaha, NebraHka.
U. P. RAILWAY.
No. HO leave* dally except Sunday (pass
enger). h;oo a. m
No. 88 leave* Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, (mixed) 12:20 p. in.
No. 90 leave* TueHday, Thursday and
Saturday, (mixed) 3:55 p. m.
No 8" arrive* dully eicept Sunday (mixed
12:0» p. m.
No. 25 arrive* daily except Sunday (pa**.
enger) 7.35 p. in.
Flr»t cla»» Hervlee and close connection*
east, west and *outh
W. U. Clifton,
An Kpldeio'c of Diarrhoea.
Mr A. Sanders, writing from Cocoa
nut Grove, Fit, siys there lias been
quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there.
He had a severe attack and was cured
by four doses of Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He
says he also recommended it to others
anil they say it is the best medicine
they ever used. For sale by Odendalil
U'tM It A Nlrarle?
The Marvellous cure of Mrs. Rena .1.
Stout of Consumption has created in
tense excitement in Catmnack, Ind.
writes Marson Stuart, a leading drug
gist of Muncie, lnd. She only weighed
OOpouuds when her doctor in Yorktown
said she must soon die. Then she be
gan to use Dr. King's New Discovery
and gained 117 pounds in weight and was
completely cured.’ It has cured thous
ands of hopeless cases, and is positive
ly guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest
and Lung diseases. 50c and #1.00. Trial
bottles free at Odendahl Bros.
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The favorite whisky of famous men
is HARPER Because of its smooth,
exquisite llavor; because of it’s match
less purity; because of its mellow age.
No wonder it’s the favorite. Every droy
sterling. HARPER WHISKEY. Sold
by—T. II Elsnkr, Loup City, Neb.
Is envied by all wbos* Stomach and
Liver ure out of order But such should
know that Dr. Kign'a New Life Pill,
give a splendid appetite, sound digeg
tion and a regular bodily habit that In
sures perfect health and great energy.
Only 25c at Odenmlab! Bros.
♦ ♦ ♦ — —
A Keen Clear Drain
Your best feelings, your social posi
tion or business success depend largely
on the perfect action of your stomach
and Liver. Dr.King's New Life Pills
give increased strength, a keen, clear
bruin, high ambition. A 25 cent box
will make you feel like a new being.
Sold by Odendahl Bros.
150 Miles Along
The Columbia Kiver
“The Chicago Port
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