The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, January 29, 1886, Image 8

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Fun and Physic.
Stop that Couffhin?,
By useini! IJr Frazier's throat and
luW Italian tho only sure cure for
?d. couch hoarseness and soar
(jiront and all disease of the throat
nV Iiuik. Do not neglect a Cough.
It may he fatal. Scores and hundreds
of grateful I people owe their lives to
Dr FnOuer'fiTnroat and Luri Balsam
Miid no'iiiuily will evor be without it
alter u.s
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lar:e fii
Fiiiull nri)
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and discovering its
up in
at tlie
whop. It is put
,rc to foTfryd sold
a day x
Id wr. T,s g. r
A girl who couldfilicoatuiHuomv.
And had studied do1c,J,a,cc,- -v,
Went to skate at the nun., --
And Hi quick us a wink
She sat down to studv astrnnoinv.
The Impending Danger.
The rescctst t;itistics of tne number
of deaths show that a large majority
die with coniurnption. This di.eaae
may coinmence with an appearantly
harmless cough which can be cured
instantly By Kemp's Balaam for the
throat and lung, which is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all cased. Price 50
cents ami $1.00 Trial size free. For
Hale bv Ferguson &. Co.
"Why do you paint" asked a violin
ist to Iih daughter. "For the 8me
reason thai vou use rosin papa."
"What Unit?"" "Why to help me draw
my beau.''
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Sure cure loi blind, bleeding
itching pile.-. On box has cured
worst case of 1'0 years standing,
one need an Her five minutes after
ingwilliam's Indian l'ile Ointment
ami
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miMirns tumors, nuays iicniug , acts as
poultice, gives instantarHief. l'separed
only for piles, itcliing of the private
parts , nothing else. Sold by druggists
and mailed on reeicnt of price, $ I.
vii i.MMfi MfV. Co. Props.
Cleveland, Ohio.
You may talk of the signs of weather
Of the coming days you may sing,
But sitting down on a red hot stove,
Is a sign of an early spring.
To Young Ladles,
If your life is made a burden owing
to blackhed.-. Dimple.-; and oilier erup
tions mairingyour beauty and causing
so much chagiin, :t is nolonger neces
nry to endure it. I)r Flagg's Family
ointment will certainly remove all uch
blemishes ami leave 'your skin soft
smooth and beautiful. Sold by all
druggists and mailed upon receipt ol
price l'5c. Fkm:uh on tfc u-
Never speak to a grocery man of
grit. He. might suspect that vou
doubted the honesty of his sugar.
Caution,
wo would caution the public to bo
ware dealers oiler ing KempV. Balsam
at the regular price .r0c and 1, as of-
times imitations or inferior article are
sold as the genuine in order to enable
them to sell cheaply. Ferguson & Co.
arc our agents in Bed Cloud. Sample
bottle given to you free
m
lHi plate is handed you at the table
always keep it unless requested to
pass it on-.
The Excitement Not over.
The rush at Ferguson & Co's drug
store still continues on account of ner
Roiis atllieted with coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a both- of Kemp's Balsam
for the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. It is a standard familv
r?K " -v- coacnmlfl. Trial size
Athlophoros is doing ray wife a
great deal of good, more good than An
other medicine sit. has ever taken,
id a testimonial to this great remady
for rheumatism and neuralgia given by
J..S, Helmicrc. of Berrin Springs, Mich
. Aniron clad oath follows the sitting
down on a tack.
"flackmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfu me. Price 25 and 50 cents
Sold by Henry Cook.
For dyspepsia and liver complain
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shilo's Vitalizer It neve r
ails to cure. Sold bv Henry Cook.
Why will you cough hen Shiloh's
cure will give immediate relief. Price.
0c, 50c an d f l. Sold by Henry Cook.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedya positive
cure for catarrh, diphtheria, and
canker-mouth. Sold by Cook.
The Rev. Geo. Tbaytr, of Bourbon.
Ind., says. "Both myself snd wife owe
our live to Shiloh's Consumption ure
For salo by Henry Cook.
Are you made miserable by indiges
tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of
appetite, yellow skin ? Shiloh't Vital
alizer is a positive cure. For sale by
Henav Cook.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's atarrh
Remedy. Price 50 eta. Nasal injectoa
free.
3hiloh's Cure will immediately r
lievc croup, whooping cough, an
bronchitis. Sold by Henry Cook.
Bishop Dudley on tha
tfon.
Negro Qes
;ien" "eiid sweetly as he kiss
, o,,001 "'K"1" "Hes dieu'd. ain't
he? RUjif out her little bother as ho
ran up s;aJu.
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Hat-Mra Arnica Salvr.
The best fa (Win the world for cuts
bruises soresL ulcers, salt rheum
fer sores, tctlK. chapped hands
chilblains, corns rtnYfcjl skin eruptions
nw i"Muuiy curejBBSts, or no pay
itMjmrcu. II isguranTlifa to
lect satisfaction, or
rnce 25cta per b
nenry l,ook
sV-T-ffH;
he brain of man exceed
Of any other animal.
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Dr Frazier'a Magic Ointment.
.. Miru rurs ior nous, bums soreql
cuu, ilesn wounds, sore nipples, hard
Mini on corns, cnappcu nps ana nanus
Price 50c. Sold by Druggists.
'villi ams Mf'o. Co., Proiw.
Cleveland. Ohio.
Bishop Dudley, of Kentucky, has
paper in the .June Century, entitled
"How Shall we Help the Negro?" We
quote the following: "Still the problem
remains, how shall these alieu racef
dwell in safety side by side, each free
and unhampered in the enjoyment of
life and liberty aud in the pursuit of it
happiness? They are the descendant
of one father, the redeemed children of
one God, the citizens of ooc nation,
neighbors with common interests, and
yet are separated by the result of oei
turies of development, physical, not
lal, and moral, separated' by iaherited
traditions, by the spirit of caste, by the
recollection of wrongs done and suffer
ed, though it may be in general a in
nocent in the perpetrator as ia the sol
fen-r. How shall the right of all be
dniy guarded' How shall tke lower
race be lilted up to higher stage of ho
man development, for onlj so eaa the
rights of the superior race be saade se
cure for the present and for the future,
and this is the chiefest right of then
who are now cast down?
"I answer, by the personal endeavor
of individuals of the higher race; bf
their personal contact with these, their
ignorant aud untanght neighbors, ex
hibiting before their wondering ere ia
aaiiy life the principle of truth and
justice, purity and charity, honesty aid
courage. Perhaps this maj see ta to
but the veriest platltmle. the gosh of
sentiment, the twaddle of a mandlia
religion, but in all truth and sobeness
I mean exactly what I sy. Let me try
to explain more fully.
"Theso people need help, that they
may bo lifted up. I mean, then, thai
in my judgment tho help must be per
sonal and not official, the hand of a
friend rather than the clnb of aa nffl.
cer. the fatint counsel of a aeiftfbor
rawer man wo ueoree or
enactment of a Congress, or tha
mation of a President Th
sanctions of the organic law are throws
round about this liberty, and tho root
of citizenship, full, perfect, and cooh
Clete, with never seam nor rent, ha
cen nut upon it. The court have do
clared its inviolable character, aad thi
decree affirms tho negro, the liberated
slave, a citizen. Bnt doe the declara
tion make him such? I raeaa do itt
can it impart the intellhreat Ufa, th
moral oonsoionsne wwkk shall vivify
the dead mass and make It a helpful
member of tho body politic? We haw
had declarations from every department
of the Government that the negro is a
citizen; but they arc as powerless to ef
fect their purpose as were the oft-repeated
acts of the Confederate Congress
to make the paper dollar worth mora
than two cents; as nugatory and vain
as the old-time legislation of Virwint
that there should tz .. u na
uch a df Vuated cross-road. The ne-
I i.p""" . j nitivan nnl tin Itaa tKn riirKU
.r nnilnr tkn rmae.l.it.n mrtA Ua flan
Jfllded that- nnt? k;io. m. k... ...I - 1,.
.!, n uiw uiau nap, auu jivm UW
needs help, thongh it may be the black
and white demagogue 'would dislik
him to think so. he needs help, per
sonal, individual, patient, loving help,
that he mar be tilted to creraso hi
covenanted rights, and to do th dnttat
which these rights impose. '
Oariyle' Literary 'Belated
Profssaor Masson speenlatc voir ug
gestively ott this phenomenon, railing
attention to a profound eh.nngu that
gradually came over Crlvks work, in
which he pasnos from rlir superficial
phase of Utcrtttur nhrmt KtcrtUu re to the
graver and deeper problems nf hnmsn
society and human action, and in which
the mere HUrater is merged in the
more serious philosopher.
"The causes of this oolatcdnos" of
Carlyle's literary life, to o? an expres
sion of Milton s, were various. There
bad. certainly. bem no original defect
or sluggishnrss of genius. The young
Carlyle who had just completed his
classes in Kdinburg Universitr, th
young Carlyle drudging at scboolmastor
ing in Cirkealdy, the young Carlvle of
the next few veers agaia walking fa th
street ef atdiaburgn and living by
private tutorship and hack-writing, wa
ratwatlaJlv tto aatMCarlyl that hecame
fasnoa afterward tho una in suoodi
ne, Ik same in moral magnanimity
and iategrity. the mim m ratflfentual
stragth f grasp. Oao is astonished
now by th uniformity of th testimonies
of hi Intimate of those early days to
his literary and other powers, the bound
Itsisnea of the terms in which they pre
dicted his future distinction. His own
early letters are also in the evidence.
They arc wonderful letters to hare bceo
wrlrten in the late fcns and earlr
twenties of a Scottish stadent's life, and
taint him a even them a tnroendou
ind of person. A respect Carlyle'
'bulatodm,' thi-n. mav not tho "fact
t hat his elcsmmt ww to bo prose and not
rente count for something? It would
soem a if that peculiar kind of poetic
gonitis which tends to verse a it proper
form of expression can alwavs attain to
masforv in that form with less of dIay
and dWiplino than is required for
mastery in prose; and, at all events, the
traditions of literature are such that tho
t
appearance 01 a new genius in verse is
always nww quickly hailed bv th
public t'lan anything eornjoTwlfag ia
pro." Potrufmr Science Momlklm.
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WEBSTER COUNTY
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ABSTRACT
OFFICE
IJ3U9CHOW President, . P. HIOHLAXD, A-PrWt
Robu V.SHIREY, TrrT.
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OHAS, F OATHER. Prop. ;
Complete and only set of Abstract tooks in the
county.
Abstracts of Title to all lands or this county carefully prepnrad at
SHORT NOTICE at Roasonablo Rates.
Real Esute bought 3 nd sold.
Insura cein solidcompanics
Mmmy Co Cttnn 011 Itoil JBtate Miitl Uiittttle
ftecurlty. TuxeMpaiil Tor iiii-rcicliitM.
Rafaranoe Aoy of the business mor. of Rett Cloud. Offlco, North
WalMtar Street. West aide
PAIM 1LAN I),
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larnH tu .eon5 n'I S. in-.t. uoucv iiriitJ.cl a. ,,
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DI'FK'K IN K CLori) NATIONAL ItJt VJC 1?IMIN.
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CITY DRUG STORE.
)RHART & FULTO
TMK POPULAR
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Perguosn & Co.
Successors to R. R. Sherer
Hiirdvare Merchants
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Allth old patrons of tho City Drug Storo aro cordially invited to i
oontliiue their patronage as heretofore, wo shall ondoavor to ,
pleat you. Our stock of everything that pertains to tho
drug trade will do kept up to tho
HIGH KST STANDARD OF KXCELI.EXCK;
Weshall have new announcements to makesoo n
and new stock to exhibit
OF JIFF) CLOUD.
Uavo tho LARGEST and Most Com pie t etcko of
Safes, ks, lm Cutlery, M fi
Ileam la Wlaoonsla.
A drunkards nose-is not painted
water colors.
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Dr. Frazier's Root B tters.
Frazior's root bitters are not ad rain
shop beveraSe, but are strictly medical
inevoiy 6engc. Tliey act strongly up
on the liver and kidneys, keep" the
open and regular, cleanse the blooy
and system of every impurity. Sold bd
druggicta 1.
The skeleton measures one inch less
than the average man.
Mr. N. G. Moulder, Superintendent
for the Bradstreet Mercantile Agency
DesMoines, Iowa, says he is highly
pleased with the effect of Chamlierlin's
Cough Remedy, that his family have
used it with marked benefit Similar
expressions are heard in every com
munity where it is sold. Any one use
ing will not long suffer with cold. It is
pleasant to take and harmless to give
. children of any age.
It is the professional flute player
"who has to whistle for his money.
Soma one has' figured out that life is
like karnest because it contains traces
of care' "lines" of trouble; "bits of
good fortune, "breeches"of good man
ners and "bridled" tongues, and every
ne has a tug ta pull through a eeveie
cold unlets they take Chamberlin's
Couch Remedy. Bestbuy a bottle be
fore you get strapfjtd.
You can't tell a fetWi's character by
the hat he wearr.
Wai. A Morrison, Druggist and Ex
Mayor of Iowa City says: "The largest
ale on Chanoberlains Cough Remedy
ia to persons aha have used it before
and know its curative powers.
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night it
married
arcn si
familv
thick tki
nil dtf.:
sloenins:
and ovttr
Sot so vn
card til
would b
man w.i
the rivt-TJ
wa'n'bli
on tho i
and thoi
hallooct
wcntktl
want t.
TurnPu
on tholl
will her:
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6am Jonc' Story.
t the Mctho.list rhnrch Friday
as follows: Thonj was a
uple with half a dozen chil
onlv onn bod. The vrhnU
t m that bod and wwo (
ono couldn't turn over nnloap
when anvono got tinifl
i ono siUo ho i! sav. turn .
10 whole familr went Thet
to it that cron when thry
ord 'turn in their slew tfcet
le over. One dar this nil!
shing on a Ior brMge over
Tho sun was hot and the fish
ng.and he fell asleep balanced
imooi mo inn-s saw him
t ho would trv a joke, and
it 'Turn? Over th old man
p into tho water. Now I
temperance men to halloo
1 tho anti-men who aro asleep
go over the prohibition river
t an.i drop in. Atlanta -
Mav a colored man DoMine
etffttrtL.km&t-
a letta
Tim.
fashion
soon it
hovitc
of then
prevail
vount
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lampi.
usuallv
is mail
course.
or
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Awa
lp craze has broken out among
lanuttm Ainany. i. I. As
irv sw, a now j-tvu. thov either
tdo an old lamp for it. Man?
aku dosignai of thoir own. The
stvle is to have a largo jax
m a brass or bronze pedestal.
ting something artistic. The
m this jar or vase, which it
a chocolate color. The shade
splashed ware, is glass, of
It looks as if some liquid ao!4
laterial had splashed over it
maker in Newcastle. Enrland.
. . . . o .
has n wa soc or turns gold shirt stads,
mono
conreok
nected
hirtW
dleoau
above?)
ing tlie.
eouha
(eicer
to tkc( if
rocal!
.
ta-
which is a watch aad keevs
The three studs are con
a strip of silver inside the
u. and the watch in the mid-
wound up by turainsr the stud
4 the hands are set br .
e below.
lirt of Appeals of Connecti-
llecided that railroad
eases of chantv). are gii
Ipients in expectation of raci
r. or in return for favors at
ended; and that they art
i a liv
I not a
HAXfcTi
J have read some of your bear stories
with a good deal of interest writes a
Wisconsin correspondent of the Chicago
Inter-Ocean, and I want to toll 300 of
one that has as Inrgc. a measure of
truth, I imagine, as those yon have
published. Thorn lives in this country,
and in the vicinity of this place, a Nor
wegian family that had an odd exper
ionce with boars. Tlie old gentleman
discovered that his corn was wring do
strayed, and, arming himself and his
two l-oys with muskets and a navy re
volver, thor went to watch for tho Bears,
or whatever might be eating tho corn.
Eaek one climbed a feres and made
ready for business. The bears came.
The old bear wont under the tree dial
tho old man had climbed. lie thoaght
ho would not shoot, bnt threw a lhnb at
bruin, and the bear went ander the tree
where ono of the boys was. This
frightened the hoy so that he Ml oat on
the bear. This seared the bear as bad
as the boy, and-he ran away. ls old
man aad tho other boy climbed down
tho tree and ran awav. Aa (hey strode
the ground one of the muskets exploded,
and created a general panics This
ended the first chapter.
Tho next day, as they were at work
in the potato patch, the bears came to
the corn-field again. They skedaddled,
jDors scared than over. FtoMy sooa
they hoard a woman scream, and ey
ran toward the house, and the boys
found their mother beating the bear
With a clnb, tho bear having climbed
into the hog-pen. When they came m
the bear jumped out aad raa away, and
he famijV retired to thoir home, glad
to get rid of tho bears. Boston Herald.
m m
Napoleon IIL and Mile, do Monttjn.
.The gossips since the fall of the Era-
P yhat the Emperor's declaration
was brought on by a somewhat comical
faddet. They relate (hat nftfralng
worn the ehaso one evening whh Mils,
do Montijo. the Emperor ventured to in
troduce himself at the door of her pri
vate room and to linger there far a mo
ment; thereupon he was driven out with
out ceremony, and tho storv adds, with
one or two vigorous blows from a riding
whip. This, it is said, confirmed hU d.
eided opinion as to the unimpeachable
-.. 'vwato-a. -afld. was
not long before ho talked of aurrlagn.
He wrote a letter to tho mother of the
adored ono, and tho good lady, after
having shown this precious docmnent to
all her intimate friends, allowed herself
to bo convinced, and the engagement
was soon announced to the company
gathered at Compiegne.
There was a great outpouring of scan
dal as soon as this announcement was
made. The elder Countess at Monti
had the dissatisfaction of seeing her pset
reviewed without mercy, and the Legiti-
u-uni nu uukt lacrion 01 rae Monsrcni
cal Opposition to the now Emperor
gave full vent to their spleen and their
satire. Tho IMnoe Napoleon was natu
rallv very angry, as it put an end to
the hopes that he had beftnn to cherish
of being the legitimate sueoewwr of Na
poleon In. Everywhere the com lag
marriage was alluded to as eccentric;
and so wise and careful a man as M.
Theirs eve ventured to have kis little
Joke at the Emperor's expense. Heiarid:
"The Emperor has always seemed to me
to be a dever man. Todav I stt thai
he has plenty of fnrrsfgtit for by his
asarriajp ho is prsbablv reserving for
himself the rank of a Spa'aish grande"
This little pleasantry contained a deli
cate allusion to the' insecurity of the
Emperor's position.
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"MV hnsband is so juetifv" said cm
lady to another ia a Seventh ear
the'other dav. "Have von ever tried
rubbin his jints with tiSTtshora lini
ment, nrim?" interrupted a beefy-looking
woaaa with a market basket' st her
feet, who was sitting at hr efbnw
and overheard the remark. Ihat'Il
straighten him ent as qaick as anything
I know of. if he ham t got it too'bad.'7
Watktnglon RcpubHe.
Citisea to country editor "A pleasant
little affair occurred last night at nrv
boose, which terminated ia the asarrf
age of my daughter. Woald yoa like
the narticalamr Cbantrr editor
"Wetter. I might make a short a-ration
of the matter, bat we are badlv cramped
for space." A little later: AaothereHi
sn "My wile ran away last night with
aaouter awn. uo yoa want the
neaianr' uoaatry editor,
"Tea; yes; give me the whole
A maa who ased to preach the Goa
sal ia tho settlsmsats haswritte to a
mead ia Kareka. Ker.. that he is ran
lag a bar ia Uleda, Moat., aad that his
partner ia Vaugha. an old-towr from
California, who ased to deal faro for
Big-Mooth Lise ia Colorado.
seat to the iHsiltiwrliiy far
"He is a good gaadliag maa,' declares
his ex-dencal partaer ia a bant of ad
tnirarfam; aad he adds, br wav ol oer-
soaal viadieatkm: "SrUiae whUkv
New Jsvelry Store.;
tho
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Nails, Rope, Window Screens, &c. i
xb.ic an VUloy. W koop only tho BEST trooda and sat: m
.p aa those tlrms thnt carry an Inferior stoclc Qt our i
prices beforo vou ouv aud vou will save mooay. 1
Everything new and fresh.
goods
No old shelf worn
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Sina In endless variety. Watchos and Clocks. An oloffant lino of sil
ver and plated ware, Gold Chains, Charms, Broochoa of uniquo
patterns and Elefftnt Finish. Musical Ins.ruments of all
kinds. Repairing a Spocialty.
NEW DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS
ARE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
Geo. O. Yeiaer.
Goo.W.? Ball.
R. D. Yolser
Geo. O. Feiser & Co.,
REAL ESTATE
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Red Cloud - Nebraska
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Land for'Sale. Improved Farms, unimprovod Lands.
Business Houses, Residences, and Town Lots.
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NEBRASKA.
nd tho One lino of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, MELTONS, &C.
Custom work neatly done and after the most1
approved fashions cutting and fittine '
a crvialty, prices reasonable.
oid 8tand East Side Wobstor Stroot.
NEW GROCERYHOUSE
S. V. tUDLDW
Where will le found everything in the jjromrv line, .uch a..
Sugar, Tea, Coffee. Sirup. J
Fruit. It aeon. Ham. Dried lieef
Cheese and Cracker:, Tobacco?, Cif,.irir Flour, Feed, Glaus and (JueenswArr I
and Crockery.
Hoping hy fair deil'tiv to merit :i harc of the public p:itronae.
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING,
Opposite Mie Chicnpo Lumber Yard.
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THI FAMOUS ALSIRT LIA ROUTK
and favorlt line between CJhisssw aad atlsaass!
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ii frovmoM. ovm .u. routa, Ftmt axpr TraM ar run Ou
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Held and oastornl land of Interior lakota.
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REDCLOCD.
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Drugs,
Paints,
Oiis,
Books.
Stationery.
Etc., Etc. Etc.
I'recriptions carefully compounde
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